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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1987




October 1988

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currency. Stamps and coupons are not acceptable.




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 1986,
covers data for only a single year—in this case, 1987—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 1988. 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 useful may be sent to the Economic Editing Unit,
Stop 41, at the same address.
Please note that the index refers to table numbers, not page
numbers.

Symbols and Abbreviations

ATS
CD
CMO
FHA
FHLMC
FHLBB
FNMA
FSLIC
G-10
GNMA
GNP
HUD
IPCs
MMDA

Automatic transfer service
Certificate of deposit
Collaferalized mortgage obligation
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Federal National Mortgage Association
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

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

. ..

Not available
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 1987. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses after the table titles.

Part 1—Regular Tables
1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures (1983-86)
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. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large member banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions
B. lixtended credit to depository institutions
6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 1987
7. Margin requirements under Regulations T, U, G, and X (1968-87)
8. Federal Reserve open market transactions
9. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Consolidated condition statement
B. Federal Reserve note statement
C. Maturity distribution of loans and security holdings
10. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks (1986-87)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
11. Measures and components of the money stock and debt (1984-87)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
12. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base (1983-87)
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
13. Loans and securities of all commercial banks (1981-87)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
14. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banking institutions (1984-87)
15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Last Wednesday of month (1985-87)
A. All commercial banking institutions
B, Domestically chartered commercial banks




3
4
6
7
10
13
14
14
15
17
17
18
18
19
20
21
21
22
23
24
26
28
29
30
32
35
37
40

Contents—continued

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

22.
23.
24.

25.
26.
27.
28.
29.

30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks
Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
Terms of lending at commercial banks
A. Commercial and industrial loans
B. Construction and land development loans
C. Loans to farmers
Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
Stock market—Selected statistics
A. Stock prices and trading
B. Customer financing
Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A. FSLIC-insured institutions (1985-86)
B. FSLIC-insured federal savings banks (1986-87)
C. Savings banks
D. Credit unions
E. Life insurance companies (1986-87)
Federal fiscal and financing operations
U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
Federal debt subject to statutory limit
Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—-Types and ownership (1986-87)
U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments
New security issues of corporations
Open-end investment companies (1986-87)
Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities (1985-87)
Business credit of domestic finance companies (1985-87)
A, Accounts receivable
B. Extensions and repayments
Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes
Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change (1984-87)
Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1987
A. All sectors
B. Private nonbank financial institutions




42
SO
55
,
,

56
56
56
57
69
73
77
78
83
83
84
85
85
86
86
87
88
88
89
89

,
,

90
93
95
96
96
97
99
100
100
101
102
103
104
106
108
1110

41. Flow of funds accounts (1976-87)
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
42. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures (1986-87)
43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
B. Capacity
C. Capacity utilization
44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment (1983-87)
45. Industrial production (1985-87)
46. Housing and construction
47. Consumer and producer prices (1983-87)
48. Summary of U.S. international transactions (1986-87)
49. U.S. foreign trade
50. U.S. reserve assets
51. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1986-87)
A. By type
B. By area
52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States (1986-87)
A. By holder and type of liability
B. By area and country
53. Banks* own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1986-87)
54. Banks' own and domestic customers* claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1986-87)
55. Banks1 own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1985-87)
56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1985-87)
57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions (1986-87)
59. Foreign transactions in securities (1986-87)
60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (December 1984-87)
61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (December 1984-87)
62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks (1986-87)
63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 1987
B. June 30, 1987
C. September 30, 1987
D. December 31, 1987
64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks (1986-87)
65. Discount rates of foreign central banks
66. Foreign short-term interest rates
67. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar
68. Foreign exchange rates




112
114
116
118
119
119
119
120
123
129
131
136
137
137
138
138
139
141
143
145
146
146
146
147
148
150
152
154
158
161
164
167
170
171
171
171
172

Contents—continued

Part 2—Special Tables
69.
70.
71.
72.

73.
74.

75.
76.

77.
78.

79.
80.
81.
82.

Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank, December 31, 1987
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1987, by state
Changes in number of banking offices in the United States, December 31, 1987
A. Head offices
B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities
Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1987—Summary, by state
Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities
A. Domestic offices
B. Domestic and foreign offices
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices
Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial banks
and trust companies), by state
Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups
A. Summary
B. Multibank and one-bank classifications—Summary
C. Details, by state
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank, December 31, 1987
Financial assets of pension funds (1976-87)
A. Totals for private and public funds
B. Types of assets held by private noninsured funds
C. Types of assets held by state and local government funds
Terms of consumer installment credit (1985-87)
Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1987
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1987
Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages (1985-87)

175
176
178
180
180
181
182
190
198
206
217
217
218
224
230
231
231
231
232
232
233
233

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

237
250

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables




255

Discontinued Tables

Dates of removal of interest rate ceilings on deposit at federally insured institutions
Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations
The following tables have been discontinued in the single year editions of the DIGEST but will appear in the 10 year edition:
Corporate profits and their distribution
Gross national product and income
Personal income and saving




Part 1—Regular Tables




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

IS>84

Qi

Q2

19 85
Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

2

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
.
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debts4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt
. .

12.9
10.5
14.3
10.4

10.0
11.8
= 9.1
74

5.9
5.7
-44.7
7.0

7.0
6.3
39.5
5.3

16.3
15 8
55.0
81

12,7
12 8
14.5
76

13 9
14 5
15 6
97

15.1
14 2
13.1
88

..

6.1
7.4

....

10.2
11.8
13.4

6.3
7.1
10.7
12.9
13.8

4.6
6.3
9.4
12.1
13.2

3,7
8.7
9.9
8.9
13.6

104
12.1
10.1
9.2
13.2

10 2
6.4
5.7
6.5
12.1

14 4
94
7.3
82
120

11.1
6.4
6.9
9.1
13.4

22.2

7.4
25.8

6.8
22.0

10.3
14.7

12.6
2.6

5.3
2.8

7.9
-1 0

5.0
9.2

-10.4
10.7
11.8

-5 8
9.7
22 0

-7.7
13.7
23 8

-10.7
8.3
12 2

-6 8
-.1
-4

-7
2.6
59

89
-29
-9

32
-1.8
14 7

-6.5
14.5
54.4

-4.2
10 5
52.1

-7.3
18 3
44.4

-5.5
15 6
30.1

-5
19
16 2

27
22
59

12 2
-2 4
-4 8

13.2
-I 0
4.6

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

16.3
12.5

15 7
13.3

15 3
12.6

13 0
13.8

15 8
12 4

15 6
11 1

14 1
11 3

12 1
13.8

20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks"

11.6

11.5

9.6

10.1

93

105

93

10.4

....
.

Nontransaction components
10 M25
1 1 M3 only6

12
13
14

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings7
Small -denomination time8
Large-denomination time9*10

15
16
17

7.9

Thrift institutions
Savings7 '
Small-denomination time8
Large-den omiritition time9'10

....

..
,

19 86

Qi
1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3 . . .

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debts4
MI
M2
M3
L
Debt

li.l

Time and saving*; deposits
Commercial banks
Savings7
Small-denomination time8
L arse -de nomination time9*'0

15
16
17

20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks11




Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

,

...

21.0
21.9
21.3
10.1

24.3
22.8
25.3
10.8

16.4
16 5
18.5
11.1

8.0
84
5.4
6.9

-1.6
-5
-.4
5.1

1.4
3
1,2
7,7

9.0
6.2
8.7
8.7
15.7

15 6
10.3
9.3
8.0
9.6

17.3
10.8
9.8
8.5
12.3

17.2
9.0
7.6
7.1
13.0

13 2
6.5
65
6.2
10.8

66
2.7
46
4.0
8.9

8
2.8
4.5
4.3
8.2

3.9
3.9
5.4
5.8
9.8

8.6
5.5

8.7
6.0

6.3
1.9

4.2
67

1.3
12 2

3.5
11.1

3.8
11.2

.6
4.4
17 0

12.5
-1 9
-6 2

27.0
-7 9
g

38.9
-10 8
-2 9

35 2
-5 6
87

22 4
22 7
17 1

10 1
74
68

7
14 8
10 5

66
72
6.9

....

18.7
20 7
18.6
9.1

5.3
18.8

..

Thrift institutions
Savings7
Small-denomination time"
Large-denomination time9'10

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

Q3

10.3
17.0
7.6

Nontransaction components
10 M25
1 1 M3 only6

12
13
14

Q2

19!*7

18 0
21
12.5

25 2
-4 5
-.5

27 3
-7 0
-13.7

25 4
-4 2
-12 6

19 2
12
-5 1

70
93
99

=38
16 0
22 2

18.7
14.8

12.4
88

12.8
12 1

11.8
13 3

12 2
10 4

88
90

59
90

75
10 6

13 2

53

10 9

82

10 4

82

63

54

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

Jan.

Feb. | Mar. | Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

1984
1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
..
Monetary base3

70
5.4
9.2
12 8

45 4
35.1
51.3
13 8

25
101
=9.9
62

26
97
=6.6
59

89
62
= 48.3
58

14 7
87
5.3
11 2

8
58
-88.3
54

57
3.5
-70.1
56

10
30
31.5
68

44
47
51.9
25

13 1
11 0
664
66

15 4
10 7
66 8
74

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts4
Ml
M2
M3 . . .
L
Debt

6.0
68
8.0
10 2
14.1

7.3
10 5
12.5
12 1
13.3

7.7
69
11.0
14 5
13.2

4.1
67
10.1
12 7
14.0

6.1
65
10.6
11 5
14.3

9.4
65
9.6
13 1
12.8

1.8
58
10.3
13 5
13.2

1.6
5.7
7.3
84
13.5

8.0
82
8.8
13 0
11.5

-3.3
59
9.1
71
12 8

7.7
12 7
124
75
15 6

105
12 4
11 7
85
15 1

7.0
13 2

11.5
210

6.7
28 2

7.3
24 4

6.7
27 5

5.7
21 9

6.9
28 3

7.0
13 6

8.3
10 8

8.7
21 4

14 2
11 3

13 0
B8

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
12 Savings7
13 Small-denomination time8
14 Large-denomination time9'"*

-11.7
92
7.8

-9.1
92
9.3

=4.6
71
14.4

=7.4
94
16.2

-3.7
11 0
38.5

= 3.7
12 5
30.0

-8.4
13 0
25.1

-11.2
17.4
10.7

-11.3
12 4
16.1

= 12.4
57
23.6

-8.7
50
-4.4

= 8.7
47
49

Thrift institutions
Savings7 . .
Small-denomination time8
Large-denomination time9'10

= 6.3
15 2
56.0

= 5.6
14 5
64.2

1.4
68
48.5

=3.5
97
49.9

= 9.2
109
44.8

= 7.8
14 5
48.2

-6.4
19 3
59.8

-10.1
22.6
34.0

-2.2
18.9
1.8

-7.3
16 1
43.7

-4.4
11 5
32.7

-4.4
68
30.2

19 4
12.6

21 9
10.8

14 9
12.7

14 9
13.7

16 5
13.6

10 1
13.7

15 0
12.6

21.8
11.0

10 8
11.8

86
14.1

14 8
15.8

17 0
14.5

97

14.7

10 2

117

12.3

79

10 3

8.3

10.5

89

12 1

99

Nontransaction components
10 M25
11 M3 only 6

15
16
17

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks"

19 85
1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total . . .
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3

13.8
17.4
73.6
85

27.1
22.9
31.3
99

5.7
9.9
-3.2
60

10.4
11.4
19.0
56

12.1
10.3
12.1
87

19.4
16.8
23.8
11 6

10.0
11.6
13.1
74

14.9
16.0
16.2
11.9

13.3
18.1
7.6
83

16.9
14.8
20.3
85

12.6
8.0
-2.3
87

17.0
13.9
29.3
74

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

87
13.1
10.3
8.5
13.2

15 3
13.0
9.3
12 0
10.6

70
5.0
5.1
82
10.7

74
12
1.9
31
12.6

11 2
85
7.3
5.3
13.0

16 9
13.8
11.2
10 1
12.2

11 7
78
4.2
65
12.0

16 3
8.6
7.3
9.2
11.5

14 9
7.4
8.6
9.8
10.3

58
4.2
5.6
6.8
11.0

99
66
6.5
109
15.7

15 5
82
7.7
10 2
23.0

14.4
-.6

12.3
-5.1

4.3
5.9

- 6
4.1

7.7
2.7

12.9
.8

65
-10.1

6.3
2.2

5.0
13.5

3.8
11.6

55
6.3

58
5.7

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
12
Savings7
13 Small-denomination time8
14 Large-denomination time9'10

-8.8
-3.1
-12.0

-2.0
-3.1
5.4

-4.0
.6
16.1

-7.9
5.6
13.2

8.0
4.0
= 7.4

10.9
.0
-9.2

10.8
-4.0
-8.0

8.8
= 7.5
11.1

1.0
-2.5
20.7

4.8
-1.3
17.3

2.9
-1.6
8.5

= 2.9
3.5
8.5

Thrift institutions
Savings7
Small-denomination time8
Large-denomination time9'10

1.5
-.2
18.0

2.2
-3.1
.8

.7
-.7
-4.0

.0
2.9
10.5

3.7
6.5
14.4

13.2
2.2
= .8

13.8
-5.5
-16.6

14.3
= 7.0
-7.2

7.1
-2.2
9.7

16.2
-1.9
5.6

16.6
1.5
3.2

8.2
5.8
5.6

16.0
12.4

14.3
9.5

15.4
9.2

15.4
11.8

16.7
11.8

13.6
11.8

14.9
11.1

15.0
10.4

6.6
11.4

4.4
13.0

19 2
14.7

28 3
21.3

5.7

11.6

10.5

7.9

11.9

13.3

7.1

6.8

9.4

5.2

17.5

16.3

Nontransaction components
10 M25
11 M3 only 6

15
16
17

Debt components
18 Federal

19 Nonfederal

20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks"




.. .

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

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1986

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total . . . .
. .
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3 .

5
6
7
8
9

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

1.6
2
16.3
6.5

15.6
16 3
12.9
7.2

17.1
22 7
20.6
10.6

16.7
19.5
13.6
6.8

24.4
23 9
25.3
11.8

17.4
15.4
19.5
8.6

23.3
24 2
25 2
9.8

19.2
23 7
16.3
12.1

18.7
19 3
15 8
7.8

21.2
21 0
25.5
10.8

28.5
23 6
31 0
11.7

36.9
28 8
35 8
13.4

....
....

3.1
4.2
102
8.3
18.1

6.8
5.3
77
7.3
8.4

16.9
9.5
97
7.5
7.4

13.6
11.2
10.4
8.2
9.7

19.7
11.4
7.6
8.3
11.2

17.7
11.3
9.9
7.6
11.2

17 2
11.4
10 8
9.3
11.1

17.4
10.1
9.4
7.9
14.4

12 2
7.9
92
8.4
13.9

13.1
9.8
6.5
5.8
10.5

19.9
7.2
56
6.3
13.2

32 3
10.8
94
87
15.3

Nontransaction components
10 M25 . 6
1 1 M3 only
,

....

4.5
34.6

4.9
17.3

7.1
10.3

10.4
7.4

8.7
-7.3

9.2
4.7

96
8.1

7.6
6.8

66
14.3

8.8
-6.6

30
-1.1

35
3.5

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
12 Savings7
13 Small-de nomination time8 10
14 Large-de nomination time9'

....

19
63
35 4

-1 0
59
164

5.8
31
-13 3

10.5
= 12
= 4.5

22.7
-8 4
-14.3

21.4
-8.7
-3.7

23 8
=63
67

33.2
-8 5
4.1

340
-9 5
16

42.4
= 12 2
-10.3

38.5
-13 9
-2 5

34.1
= 62
2 I

2.7
11 8
1.6

5.4
38
8.7

7.4
79
25.9

21.5
3.1
16.9

27.0
=35
-1.5

20.6
-2.4
3.8

24.1
-67
2.3

27.3
=4 5
= 5.3

26.7
-2 9
-7.6

27.9
=9 1
= 13.7

27.9
-9 5
= 22.4

21.0
-6 4
-18.1

17 4
18.3

13 1
6.9

12 2
5.9

10.7
9.4

13 5
10.5

14.1
10.3

120
10.8

11 6
15.2

13 1
14.2

75
11.4

12 6
13.4

19 1
14.1

15 7

58

88

2.1

57

6.4

12 8

14 1

12 0

8

87

15 3

15
16
17

....
....

....

....

Thrift institutions
Savings7
8
Small-denomin ition time9 10
Large-denomination time '

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

....

20 Total loans and & jcurities at
commercial ranks' 1

1987

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total
Required
Nonbotrowed 3. . .
Monetary base

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of motwy, liquid assets,
and debts4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

15.3
22 3
20.9
15 4

-.2
-3 3
.3
58

-.4
59
.2
29

23.3
25.5
13.6
10.7

8.2
31
7.5
83

= 13.3
= 15.9
-8.1
1.2

-2.2
69
-.0
50

5.7
1
6.3
71

-1.0
40
-7.2
60

13.9
71
14.1
11 0

= 10.4
-6 4
-4.0
69

-11.4
-13 8
-14.7
31

9.9
8.5
8.5
8.4
11 0

-.2
.6
2.8
3.4
64

4.8
2.1
2.8
-.5
73

17.2
5.5
5.7
4.4
97

2.9
.7
4.9
8.0
10 2

-7.1
1.1
5.3
4.2
9.1

2.4
27
2.5
8
66

4.7
4.8
6.0
6.4
80

1.6
48
5.0
72
94

14.0
5.7
7.1
8.1
97

-5.6
.8
4.8
3.3
11 6

= 3.0
19
1.4
.3
87

8.1
84

.9
11 7

1.2
57

1.5
6.5

.0
21 9

3.9
22.1

2.8
18

4.8
10 7

5.9
60

2.8
12 5

3.0
20 2

3.6
-3

....
. ..

38.6
-3 3
12 0

307
-4 6
14 4

25 5
-4 6
11 8

23.6
-6.3
19 7

18.2
3
19 8

9.0
8.7
14.8

11 0
93
12

9.5
76
23

27
52
38

-2.0
19 2
14 I

-1 3
23 7
18 1

0
94
45

..

27 3
-3 9
-13.6

27 3
-2 7
-5.7

16 5
7

. .......

-4.1

23 7
-2
-13.0

14 4
22
.8

11.7
86
6.6

45
10 3
10.6

40
10 7
13.0

25
11 3
15.2

-7 0
12 6
26.1

-9 1
25 9
25.6

-4 1
19 4
23.5

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

....

9.4
11.5

9.4
" 5.4

11.1
61

7.6
10.4

8.2
10.9

7.5
9.6

1.8
81

8.8
7.8

6.5
10 3

3.9
11.5

12.6
11 2

8,0
89

20 Total loans and securities at
commercis banks11

....

13.6

3.5

6.1

12.0

7.8

6.3

25

9.7

8.6

6,0

2.6

....

....
....

Nontransaction t omponents
10 M25
1 1 M3 only6
Time and saving deposits
Commercial ban<s
12 Savings7
.
8
13 Small-denomi lation time9 10
14 Large-denomi lation time '
15
16
17

Thrift institutions
Savings7
Small-denomination time98 10
Large-denomination time -




-1.0

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987
A. Monthly averages
Millions of dollars
Factors

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

230,490

222,882

221,583

230,049

241,800

235,851

202,966
199,842
3,124
8,268
7,786
482
0
586
1,712
16,958
11,060
5,018
17,593

195,023
194,910

195,925
195,619

203,630
201,662

306

1,968

7,750

7,772

7,719
31
0
554

7,719
53
0
535
466

8,220
7,703

213,797
206,318
7,479
10,065
7,683
2,382

210,941
208,728

113

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

U.S. Treasury securities'
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock2
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding3

517
0
872
604

2,213
8,030
7,683

0
1,179
645

347
0
737
724
15,419
11,069

2,085
17,470
11,070

16,885
11,083

16,723
11,079

16,114
11,073

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

17,652

17,711

17,744

17,795

17,866

207,943
456

206,450

207,265

209,684

212,064

214.465

484

506

530

523

507

9,824
226
2,353
506
6,412
36,441

4,834

3,161
238
206
,2

442

7,163
279
2,211
424

16,028

228
2,519
424
6,602
35,081

6,345
35,412

July

Aug.

233,463
208,364
208,258
106
7,690
7,660
30
0
673
979
15,757
11,069
5,018
17,878

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

17,930

17,981

18,028

18,102

18,153

216,361
486

216,805

217,718

218,734

223,078

227,366

471

459

470

471

454

5,140
258
2,200
352
6,664
35,966

3,409

10,585

8,828

3,755

429
,0

237
1,937
331

248
1,930
390
7,213

259

299

2,029

2,063

402

374
7,418

233
2,168
366

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
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 Banks4

8,776

314

246

2,095

2,072

6,896
36,701

407
6,910

404
6,814

37,344

36,520

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

231,606

240,591

241,841

240,088

245,97$

206,708
206,187

214,787
210,822
3,965
8,747

214,695
213,706

219,761
218,734

7,764
7,623

214,298
211,468
2,830
8,399
7,623

141
0
630
702

776
0
956
774

7,601
1,146
0
959
751

15,802
11,068

16,164
11,068

16,597
11,084

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

U.S. Treasury securities1
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock2
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding3

521

989

1,027

7,956
7,567

8,062
7,559

389
0
610
866

503
0
836
1,545

15,961
11,084

15,771
11,080

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
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 Banks4




6,667
35,765

36,115

7,236
38,014

36,834

7,443
37,986

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

231,444

229,012

227,489

234,201

228,291

221,303

222,021

219,067

220,347

204,343
198,500
5,843
8,605
7,829
776
0
698
951
16 847
1 1 ,062
5,018
17,569

203,060
200,393
2,667
8,036
7,829
207
0
311
751
16 854
11,058
5,018
17,583

201,377
200,589
788
7,862
7798
64
0
398
1,051
16 801
11,059
5,018
17 597

203,376
200,250
3,126
8,398
7,719
679
0
979
4,324
17,123
1 1 ,059
5,018
17,611

200,792
198,928
1,864
8,250
7 719
531
0
448
931
17 871
11,061
5,018
17 625

194,738
194,738
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
401
530
17 914
11 059
5,018
17 639

194,716
194,716
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
745
865
17 975
11 066
5,018
17 653

193 374
193,374

7 719
7 719
0
0
614
544
16 817
11 082
5,018
17 667

194,762
194,762
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
512
629
16 725
11 085
5,018
17 681

211,190
434

208,757
459

206,954
458

205,929
461

205,645
468

206,422
476

206,994
480

206 477
494

206,263
511

5,959
241
2,281
850
6,163
37,967

4,306
221
2,619
351
6,452
39,507

9,302
217
2 268
394
6 360
35,210

16,853
230
2,183
460
6,451
35,323

12,895
241
2088
460
7 087
33,110

3 832
202
3 726
405
6973
32,983

4 271
248
2 168
373
6 243
34,980

4208
219
2 101
399
6421
32,514

3 327
244
2 098
522
6 164
35,002

Mar. 11

Factors

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr.l

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

221,937

221,286

221,096

222,732

225,432

227,243

232,065

233,864

251,207

196,540
•195,334
1 006
7,856
7,719
137

195 737
195,388
349
7,818
7,719
99

195 389
195,389

196,549
196,549

199 491
197,717
1 774
8,118
7,717
401

201 744
201 299
445
7 862
7,714
148

204 393
202 535
1 858
8 195
7,701
494

207 658
205 270
2 388
8 374
7,683
691

220 047
206 068
13 979
11 516
7,683
3 833

419
435
16,687
11,083
5,018
17,695

502
384
16,845
11,083
5,018
17,709

591
669
16,563
11,080
5 018
17,728

693
224
16 720
11,078
5 018
17,738

1 219
1,512
16 746
11,078
5 018
17,748

798
-48
17 082
11,076
5 018
17 758

2 021
312
17 312
1 1 ,076
5 018
17,769

201,255
498

207,704
500

207,318
507

207,376
516

208,876
525

210,111
531

210,281
534

209 620
531

210 458
528

3,391
237
2,043
399
6,180
35,729

3,255
208
2,145
468
6,348
34,468

2,865
254
1,975
423
6,429
35,148

3,025
259
2,036
459
6,569
36,309

3,923
264
2,048
431
6,791
36,399

3 815
202
2,318
399
6,762
36,939

4,758
270
2,041
451
7,018
40,556

13 312
354
1,933
390
7,043
34,474

22,844
403
2,447
551
7,104
40,736

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

2 U S Treasury 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 Re^ erve assets
12 Gold stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation2
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 4
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . . .

SUPPLING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S Treasury securities1
3 Bought outriglit
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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

o

o

o

7,719
7,719
0
0
553
373
17 063
1 1 ,082
5 018
17,723

o

7,719
7,719
0
0
690
1,107
16,667
11,081
5,018
17,718

o

o

o

o

o

ABSORB mo RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation2
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 Rsserve liabilities and capital 4
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . . .




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

July 8

254,284

239,658

237,479

231,027

231,672

231,766

240,768

241,794

2IW>,717

216 195
206 051
10,144
10 785
7683
3,102

Factors

212 250
205,674
6,576
10 Oil
7,683
2,328

206 629
206 629

207 889
207,889

0

0

7 683
7,683

7 683
7,683

215 306
210 886
4,420
8 132
7 683

215 509
210 984
4525
8 676
7 683

0
0
760
928
15,026
11,070

0

449

619
493
14,988
11,070

823
757
15,750

993
0
888
755
15,965

5,018
17 835

5,018
17,849

207 434
206,895
539
7726
7,683
43
0
651
821
15,134
1 1 ,069
5,018
17,863

11 069
5,018
17 877

11 069
5,018
17 890

210 313
210 313
0
7 683
7 683
0
0
718
2,392
15,611
1 1 ,069
5,018
17 900

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

. ..

1

2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding^

11 074
5,018
17 783

1,016
15,491
11,072
5,018
17 797

210 803
206,414
4,389
9 446
7,683
1,763
0
1,427
674
15,129
11,072
5,018
17,811

211,745
528

212,004
525

212,890
520

213,783
513

214,502
514

214,795
511

214,356
502

214,612
497

216,901
493

21 006

12,684
258
1,955
362
6 848
35,863

5,067
282
2206
385
6 507
36,207

3,712

15 561

6613
37,577

3,879
228
2,239
361
6,891
36,811

14 570

6 988
36,248

14,940
286
2 041
374
6 932
36,443

237
2036
333
6 950
35,748

574
6903
35,331

4,865
243
2,116
347
6630
39,109

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

234,054

232,936

230,331

233,122

231,532

230,970

230,986

231,645

234,854

209,239
209 239

208,503
208,503

205,452
205,452

7,657
7,657

206,676
206,676
0
7,623
7,623
0
0
571
451
16,211
11,069
5,018
17,916

205,769
205,283
486
7,717
7,623
94
0
525
874
16,085
11,069
5,018
17,930

206,390
205,870
520
7 747
7,623
124
0
912
519
15 417
1 1 ,069
5,018
17,944

207,326
207,326
0
7,624
7,624
0
0
546
541
15 609
1 1 ,068
5,018
17,957

209,909
209,909

7 683
7,683

207,781
206 010
1 771
8 163
7,623
540
0
557
609
16012
11,069
5,018
17,902

0
768
210
17,327

o

891

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
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 Banks4 . . . .

317
1 951

375

223
2,103

364

303
1 990

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

o

. ..

o

o

o

15 790
11,069
5,018
17,871

15 649
11,069
5,018
17,881

7,623
7,623
0
0
796
527
15,933
11,069
5,018
17,891

217,205
490

216,163
486

215,423
479

216,189
470

217,283
473

217,318
473

216,530
471

216,545
465

218,296
458

5 685

5,316

3,106

3,174

3,116

249

253

218

260

252

2 072

2,418

2,071

1,960

405

334
6,724
35,214

3,872
254
2,060
325
6,599
35,297

5 261

271

282
6,504
36,080

6,617
35,604

1,923
359
6,746
34,733

1,960
352
6,704
35,629

3,496
218
1,973
377
6,772
35,843

3,698
276
1 ,909
337
7,145
36.789

0
0
673
669

o

0
507
619

7,623
7,623
0
0
748
845
15,730
1 1 ,069
5,018
17,967

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
1 8 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks4 . . . .




6 771
35,115

275

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987- -Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

236,459

251,912

241,835

237,908

211,026
211,026

Factors

223,407
214,425
8,982
10,013
7,623
2,390

214 861
211,713
3,148
8 558
7,623

0
976
822

1,197

| Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

236,547

242,444

248,500

241,728

211 909
211,909
0
7 623
7,623
0
0
1,193
877
16,305
11 079
5,018
18,004

210 880
210,880
0
7 623
7,623
0
0
902
707
16,435
11 086
5,018
18,018

215 059
210,168
4,891
8 860
7,607
1 253

220 197
210 726
9,471
10 165
7,567
2 598

214 534
210 151
4,383
9 208
7 567
1 641

879

751
494

603
364

16,535
11 086
5,018
18,032

16,893
11 086
5,018
18,046

17,020
11 085
5,018
18,073

217,420
464

218,958
475

219,087

218,978

220,254

472

469

468

5 341
287
2 070
447
6971
39,010

3 281
208
1 943
350
7034
38,421

12 191

13 822

7 367

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

0
7,623
7,623

0
0

1,026

770
1

....

1

16,014
11,068
5,018
17,977

16,694
1 1 ,068
5,018
17,987

935
0
503
16,717
11 068
5,018
18,004

o

1,111

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
218,742

217,459

216,556

458

460

459

4,207

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks4

21,647

14 355

255

198

263

1,965

1 999

371

376

484

7,053
, 37,527

7,668
36,214

7 094
34,716

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

239,709

241,638

213,563
212,218
1,345
7,968
7,567

401
0
516
602

1,908

!

251

298

270

1 926

1 960

2 072

385

391

436

7 342
34,924

7 365
39,365

7 682
37,355

Dec. 2 | Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

239,081

243,387

244,787

245,050

244,657

247,325

215,319
214,381

215,088
215,088

0
7,567
7,567

7,558
7,558

7,556
7,556

523
0
605

220,447
218,704
1,743
8,529
7,555

0
0
681
686

219,734
219,312
422
7,623
7,567
56
0
754
913
15,764
11,082
5,018
18,138

219,179
219,179

8,090
7,567

217,842
215,207
2,635
8,901
7,567
1,334
0
684
674
15,287
11,083
5,018
18,128

219,006
219,006

938

0
0
875

0
0
586

974
0
755

1,942
15,668
11,081
5,018
18,148

1,123
16,212
11,080
5,018
18,158

225,013
465

225,718
455

226,447

227,673

229,747

454

453

452

3,403
365
2,290
484
7,605
37,991

3,792
223
1,914
328
7,627
38,969

4,817

4,219

3,719

2,128

1,960

321

326

2,269

7,306
37,591

7,270
36,772

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

....

1,595
16,029
11,085
5,018
18,101

15,059
11,083
5,018
18 115

222,257

223,539

223 662

474

. .

474

472

3,958

3,836

3,325

1,945

2,017

17,059
1 1 ,084
5,018
18,089

0

0

1,580
16,013
1 1 ,079
5,018
18,168

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reseive 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 Banks'*




....

316
328

1
7,586
! 37,038

261

279
1,845

346

336

7,336
38,033

7,192
36,187

233

240

192

377

7,468
37,366

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987- -Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 1

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

229,514

230,747

231,483

234,730

224,675

220,661

222,443

216,786

219,837

202,484
198 625
3,859
8,404
7 829
575
0
334
1,510
16 782
11,058
5,018
17 581

204,608
198 183
6,425
8,206
7 829
377
0
325
333
17 275
11,056
5,018
17 595

204,438
202 032
2,406
7,922
7 719
203
0
382
1,823
16 918
11,059
5,018
17 609

204,412
201,565
2,847
8,442
7,719
723
0
3,923
756
17,197
11,059
5,018
17,623

197,818
197,818
0
7,719
7,719
0
0
361
978
17,799
11,061
5,018
17,637

194,122
194 122
0
7,719
7,719
0
0
452
337
18 031
1 1 ,059
5,018
17,651

195,295
195 295
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
446
2,125
16 858
11 074
5,018
17 665

190 043
190 043
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
I 239
935
16 850
11 085
5,018
17 679

194,457
1 94 457
0
7,719
7 719
0
0
538
260
16 861
11 084
5,018
17 693

210,248
433

207,867
431

206,646
434

205,643
443

206,150
475

206,819
479

207,312
484

206,223
507

205,782
514

4,070
184
1,813
300
6 275
39,848

5,549
226
1,814
359
6298
41,872

15,742
240
1,804
330
6 157
33,816

17,744
236
1,804
517
6,303
35,740

5,310
338
1,786
423
7,033
36,877

3,541
177
1,786
402
6,124
35,060

5 370
222
1,800
479
6085
34,448

4 151
172
1,799
640
6 214
30,861

3 939
249
1,810
417
6099
33,822

Mar. 11

Factors

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

225,473

220,131

220,344

222,860

232,873

229,625

242,619

243,550

246,508

199,340
196 059
3,281
8 191
7,719
472
0
455
368
17,119
1 1 ,082
5,018
17,707

194,413
194 182
231
7 826
7,719
107
0
420
387
17,085
11 082
5,018
17 721

194,544
194 544
0
7 719
7719

197,013
197,013
0
7 719
7,719

0
573
249
17,259
11 082
5,018
17 735

0
596
577
16,955
11,081
5,018
17,727

204,720
196 920
7,800
9 236
7,714
1 522
0
1,592
380
16,945
1 1 ,079
5,018
17,737

203,917
202 818
1,099
8 198
7,714
484
0
464
294
16,752
11 078
5,018
17 747

209 978
202 034
7 944
10028
7 683
2 345
0
5,627
-102
17,088
11 077
5,018
17 757

213 824
204 590
9 234
10 436
7 683
2 753
0
1,096
691
17,503
11 076
5,018
17 767

216 189
207 218
8 971
10 473
7 683
2 790
0
1,742
1 006
17,098
11 076
5,018
17 781

207,773
497

207,692
505

207,331
515

208,035
519

209,649
532

210,460
534

210,179
531

209,899
529

211,250
529

2 715
196
1,810
412
6,252
39,625

2 437
190
1,807
498
6,140
34,684

2 953
226
1,807
610
6,267
34,470

4 563
399
1,817
485
6,541
34,326

3 531
176
1,818
360
6,677
43,914

4056
285
1,806
557
6,677
39,092

9431
225
1,810
522
7,037
46,736

25 802
504
1,811
527
7,165
31,172

23 043
421
1,812
418
6,810
36,100

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

U.S Treasury securities'
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements . .
Federal agency obligations
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances . . . .
Loans
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock2
. .
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding3
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

15 Currency in circulation2
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 4
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . . .

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S Treasury 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
1 0 Float
. . .
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation2
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 4
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . . .

10



2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987—Continued
C. Wednesday figures-—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 13

May 20

May 21

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

245,848

230,812

241,687

229,511

230,591

235,159

242,395

234,995

235,558

215,517
205,862
9,655
11,669
7,683
3,986

203,105
200,054
3,051
9,116
7,683
1,433

214,754
205,853
8,901
9 109
7,683
1,426

204,230
204,230
0
7,683
7,683

206,811
206,811
0
7,683
7,683

210,326
206 555
3,771
7 985
7,683

216,671
210 712
5,959
8 394
7,683

1 557
15,470
11,070
5,018
17,823

1 624
15,321
11,070
5,018
17,847

302
0
716
111

711
0
760
645

17,547
11,073
5,018
17,795

1,591
1,846
15,154
11,071
5,018
17,809

0
797

0
0
582
452

210,080
210 080
0
7 683
7,683

0

0
0
653

209,604
209 604
0
7 683
7 683

0
751
364

Factors

15,063
11,069
5,018
17,861

15,360
11,068
5,018
17,875

212,077

212,355

213,706

214,218

214,941

526

520

512

511

514

19,914

12,608

10,832

4,359

258

297

355

296

1,791

1,793

1,778

1 779

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

0

o

0

o

807

627

15,925
11,069
5,018
17,889

1 324
15 577
11,069
5,018
17,899

1 463
15,705
11,069
5,018
17,909

214,807

214,300

215 780

217,570

503

499

492

490

2,811

8 126

16 356

234

10005

6 142

232

208

289

244

1 822

1 823

1 771

1 775

1 783

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
..
16 Treasury cash holdings2
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 Banks4 . . . .

394

298

446

375

378

389

374

490

322

6 676
38,097

6,579
30,260

6 789
41,179

6 285
35,623

6 514
37,327

6 785
36,456

6 832
36,031

6495
33,655

6 461
36,542

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

232,395

233,865

231,830

232,760

231,641

230,358

237,247

231,060

238,833

207,460
207 460

209,230
209 230

206,296
206 296

207,080
207 080

205,688
205 688

206,288
206 288

0

0

0

0

0

0

206,643
206 643

211,660
211 660

7 683
7,683

7 623
7,623

7 623
7623

7 623
7,623

7 623
7,623

7 623
7,623

209,448
205 809
3,639
8 493
7 624

7 623
7 623

0
0
723
789

0
0
497
646

0
0

0
0
439

0
0
1,291

0
0
502
715

7,623
7 t 623

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

..

1,613

163

490

15 869
11,069
5,018
17,890

16 135
11 069
5,018
17 900

1 218
16400
11 069
5,018
17 914

216 929

215 845

215 682

216 840

217 616

490

483

470

474

473

3,351
381
1,779
618
6,592
36,225

6,038
283
1,762
286
6,539
36,606

4,711
244
1,762
342
6,422
36,184

4,596
187
1,747
210
6,280
36,427

3,514
279
1,747
281
6,591
35,154

15 740
1 1 ,069
5,018
17 880

16 549
1 1 ,069
5,018
17 928

o

869
0

0

2,973

o

0
0

o

714

506
535

15 619
11 068
5,018
17 956

15 753
11 068
5,018
17 966

1,449
2,256
15 845
11 068
5,018
17 976

217 145

216 415

217 283

219 067

473

468

461

458

3,112
188
1,697
312
6,525
34,936

3,955
217
1,698
486
6,658
41,392

5,530
213
1,709
349
6,721
32,846

2,418
317
1,708
308
6,828
41,791

15 230
1 1 ,069
5,018
17 942

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury . . . .
1 8 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other .
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks4 . . . .




11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

241,092

261,278

238,823

237,931

239,536

243,453

251,276

236,113

215,220
215,220

Factors

231,599
214,370
17 229
11,073
7,624
3 449

211,941
211,941

210 942
210,942

212 094
212,094

7 623
7,623

7,623
7,623

219 707
211,453
8 254
11 646
7,568
4078

210 484
210 484

7,623
7,623

213 804
210,208
3 596
8 706
7,567
1 139

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

.

1

2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

o

7,623
7,623

o

0

0
0

0
0
0

0
672
877

0
935
522

1,941

16,700
11 068
5,018
17 986

17,149
11,068
5,018
17 996

17,070
11,075
5,018
18 006

1,382
1 300
16,684
11 085
5 018
18 016

218,365

217,010

216,776

460

459

460

9,479

25,657

9,120

248

0

0
0
929

0

0
753

0
7 567
7 567

0
0
573
594

2,138
16,752
11 086
5,018
18 030

3,160
1 134
16,649
11 085
5018
18 044

2031
17,139
11 085
5 018
18 058

16,941
11 085
5 018
18 085

218,176

219,523

219,053

219,427

221 244

473

472

472

468

469

2 816

3 745

14 323

14 324

3 149

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20
Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks4

282

218

456

220

200

221

301

279

1 718

1,719

1,706

1 705

1 714

1 713

1 732

1 733

503

324

419

372

348

309

371

328

7 180
37, 177

7 996
41,976

6,663
37,321

6 948
41,338

6 884
40,783

7 076
34 436

7 167
41 647

7 279
^5,802

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

240,416

237,916

239,681

250,180

244,741

245,729

244,963

250,948

213,833
211,163
2,670
8,355
7 567

213,000
212,810

215,532
215,532

216,715
216,715

0

219,049
219,049

0

0

0

7,947
7,567

7,567
7,567

7,567
7 567

7,556
7 556

380
0
662

0
0
602
975

221,651
214 479
7,172
11,643
7 567
4,076

219,158
219,158

190

0
0
817

0

7 556
7 556

788
0
473
611

.

836

0
0
492

222,383
218 549
3,834
9 349
7 553
1,796

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

0
630
351

o

0
951

17,144
11 084
5,018
18,099

1 525
14,782
11 083
5,018
18,113

15,005
11 083
5,018
18,127

15,905
11 083
5,018
18,137

1 276
15,923
11 082
5,018
18,147

4 560
16 062
11 081
5,018
18,157

1 951
15 915
11 079
5 018
18,167

2 Oil
16 254
11 078
5 018
18,177

223,133
474

223,545
473

224,677
466

225,542
464

226,316
454

226,880
454

229,224
454

230,400
454

3,260

2,921

2,767

4,850

4,581

194

261

9,036

2992

4,773

198

502

210

270

215

207

1,735

1,735

1,718

1,717

1,706

1,699

1 697

1 699

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
.
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 Banks4

12



...

325

310

482

352

344

359

293

364

7,755
37,738

7,039
35,914

7,068
36,470

7,877
43 114

7,122
38 255

7,095
34 192

7,096
37 256

7,453
39 871

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1987—Continued
D. End-of month figures
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

230,331

220,180

227,578

249,706

231,880

239,216

202,486
199,318
3,168
8,576
7,719
857
0
513
716
18,040
11,062
5,018
17,623

194,178
194,178
0
7,719
7,719
0
0
514
1,023
16,746
11,085
5,018
17,679

196,409
196,409
0
7,719
7,719
0
0
1,587
5,241
16,622
11,081
5,018
17,735

218,883
205,112
13,771
11,039
7,683
3,356
0
2,464
126
17,194
11,076
5,018
17,767

207,304
207,304
0
7,683
7,683
0
0
832
922
15,139
11,070
5,018
17,823

212,306
210,248
2,058
8,679
7,683
996
0
972
1,579
15,680
11,069
5,018
17,889

205,355
465

205,988
510

207,818
518

210,265
531

213,547
514

215,201
492

15,746
226
1,786
453
7,201
32,802

3,482
201
1,799
539
6,110
35,334

3,576
268
1,817
577
6,682
40,156

29,688
343
1,812
533
7,057
33,337

6,383
320
1,779
372
6,511
36,365

13,774
318
3,775
458
6,847
34,327

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

234,310

231,689

238,823

246,896

245,472

251,883

208,170
204,871
3,299
8,553
7,623
930
0
634
507
16,446
11,069
5,018
17,900

207,238
207,238
0
7,623
7,623
0
0
566
510
15,752
11,068
5,018
17,956

211,941
211,941
0
7,623
7,623
0
0
1,941
248
17,070
11,075
5,018
18,006

217,614
209,319
8,295
10,483
7,567
2,916
0
587
609
17,603
11,085
5,018
18,058

218,960
213,563
5,397
9,844
7,567
2,277
0
790
428
15,450
11,082
5,018
18,127

222,551
218,906
3,645
8,869
7,553
1,316
0
3,815
811
15,837
11,078
5,018
18,177

215,898
470

Factors

216,471
463

216,776
460

219,842
467

225,090
465

230,205
454

5,365
262
1,747
281
6,520
37,754

3,763
295
1,709
284
6,964
35,782

9,120
456
1,706
419
6,663
37,321

8,898
236
1,733
477
7,950
41,454

3,594
352
1,717
450
7,968
40,064

5,313
244
1,687
1,027
7,129
40,097

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

1

U S Treasury securities
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock2 . . . . .
Special drawing r ghts certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding3

. ..
..

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
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 Banks4

..

....

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

2 U S Treasury 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 stock2
13 Special drawing nghts certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

..
..

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings2
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
1 8 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks4




...

...

13

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1987
A. Monthly averages1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

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

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks
2 Total vault cash3
3 Vault 4
4 Surplus5

. ...

2

35 318

37 807

36466

16 309

25,901
23,435
2,466

23,765
21,743
2,022

13,348
21,587
1,762

23 681
21,873
1 808

24 369
22,475
1 893

57 060
55,849

57061
56,146

59 393
58,566

58 339
57 260

<>8 784
S7 594

1,068
580
34
223

.

33 625

1 211
556
71
285

916
527
91
267

827
993
120
274

1 079
1,015
196
281

1 190
776
259
272

July

5 Total reserves**
6 Required reserves

Apr.

59,668
58,600

2 Total vault cash3
3 Vault4
4 Surplus5

Mar.

25,052
23,084
1,968

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

2

Feb.

36 584

Reserve classification

Aug.

Dec.

May

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

June

36,110

.

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal
..
10 Extended8

37 249

37 451

17 673

24,854
23,128
1,726

25,587
23,857
1,730

25,431
23 752
1 679

26,155
?4 449
1 706

58,361
57 329

59,813
59020

51,106
59 977

61 205
60 282

62 123
61 094

761
672
283
194

.

36685

24,644
22 745
1,899

58,838
58 078

..

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

35 616

24,613
22,728
1,885

1 ,032
647
279
126

793
940
231
415

1,129
943
189
454

923
625
126
387

1 ,029
111
93
483

B. Biweekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 7

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

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

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks
2 Total vault cash 3
3 Vault4
4 Surplus5

2

.

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves
7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks 7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal
10 Extended8

14



. .

25,025
23,012
2,013

27,341
24,677
2,664

25,248
22,857
2,391

23,673
21,582
2,091

24,082
22,038
2,044

23,194
21,350
1,844

23,477
21,761
1,717

23,278
21,519
1,759

58,239
57S033

57,667
56,208

56,599
55,530

56,982
56,021

56,847
55,866

57,708
57,029

60,506
59,703

59,131
58,115

1,206
689
36
218

1,459
425
56
248

1,070
680
81
294

961
466
83
279

981
528
96
274

679
641
98
265

804
956
110
250

1,016
1,410
159
335

May 27

June 10

June 24

July 8

July 22

Aug. 5

Aug. 19

Sept. 2

36,018

37,145

35,475

37,083

35,221

35,850

35,173

36,294

24,087
22,158
1,929

23,657
21,972
1,685

25,201
23,092
2,109

24,218
22,470
1,749

25,011
23,002
2,009

24,297
22,439
1,859

25,071
23,115
1,956

24,282
22,446
1,836

58,176
57,042

59,117
58,313

58,567
56,947

59,553
59,081

58,223
57,240

58,289
57,488

58,288
57,116

58,740
57,546

1,063
830
190
270

1,134
1,094
226
307

804
635
230
255

1,620
856
298
289

472
696
271
259

983
652
294
140

801
564
289
116

1,173
719
286
125

1,194
647
241
137

Sept. 30

Oct. 14

Oct. 28

Nov. 11

Nov. 25

Dec. 9

Dec. 23

36,866

....

37,612

58,128
57,066

.....

Apr. 29

38,746

23,535
21,801
1,734

...

Apr. 15

36,358

36,327

..

Apr. 1

34,809

Sept. 16

2 Total vault cash
3 Vault 4
4 Surplus5

3

Mar. 18

35,400

845
505
28
235

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

Mar. 4

33,742

61,525
60,680

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal
10 Extended8

Feb. 18

32,991

24,590
22,815
1,775

5 Total reserves6 .
6 Required reserves

Feb. 4.

35,228

May 13

2 Total vault cash
3 Vault 4
4 Surplus5

3

Jan. 21

38,710

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

36,836

36,672

38,353

37,525

37,069

38,272

37,055

25,138
23,475
1,664

25,023
23,313
1,710

26,164
24,410
1,754

25,174
23,464
1,710

25,187
23,622
1,565

25,802
23,999
1,803

25,372
23,824
1,549

26,960
25,105
1,855

60,340
59,825

60,139
59,306

61,082
60,115

61,817
60,256

61,147
60,655

61,068
59,855

62,095
60,890

62,160
61,354

515
1,001
226
663

833
1,195
230
469

967
1,007
183
557

1,561
677
169
431

492
561
125
351

1,213
683
114
450

1,206
815
83
617

806
671
102
348

4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large member banks, 19871
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source

Jan. 5

3
4

5
6
7
8

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available fundx
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

1
2

3
4

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
...
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government
agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
...
..

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

Feb. 16

Feb. 23

Mar. 2

91,167
8,287

84,218
7,915

81,475
8,788

78,829
8,331

78,255
8,052

80,428
8,229

76,927
8,764

77,242
8,315

75,122
9,130

33,358
5,964

37,575
6,659

35,542
7,242

32,402
7,220

39,085
6,175

39,095
5,920

39,090
6,603

39,480
6,021

40,880
6,631

12,479
5,942
...

Jan. 19

12,948
7,731

11,670
9,759

13,593
9,611

13,194
9,066

12,909
9,802

13,906
10,551

14,289
9,258

14,033
10,649

29,064
11,565

30,806
10,247

29,309
10,097

28,293
10,719

28,016
10,667

27,793
10,363

26,148
10,541

27,380
9,880

27,176
10,098

33,122
10,480

33,777
10,424

30,790
10,219

29,211
11,606

34,026
12,671

31,256
10,901

28,186
12,168

28,649
11,791

27,373
11,718

Mar. 9

1
2

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
..
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government
agencies
For one day or irnder continuing contract
For all other maturities

Jan. 12

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

Mar. 30

Apr. 6

Apr. 13

Apr. 20

Apr. 27

May 4

80,561
8,677

78,499
8,378

76,326
8,340

74,001
8,288

80,359
8,507

81,536
8,861

80,353
9,780

72,584
8,870

74,879
8,890

43,105
6,522

42,553
7,103

39,155
7,122

39,582
7,637

39,048
8,142

42,697
8,077

35,991
8,377

35,868
8,314

36,651
9,951

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available fund?
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customer;*
For one day or i-inder continuing contract
For all other maturities
...
..

12,682
9,714

12,201
9,638

10,694
10,114

11,577
10,158

12,374
9,030

12,345
9,183

11,988
12,404

12,203
12,872

12,510
14,338

27,408
9,578

26,886
9,213

26,057
9,379

26,709
9,829

26,772
9,908

26,554
10,318

21,714
12,366

25,607
8,863

24,307
8,591

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

27,994
10,721

26,854
11,485

25,703
11,926

23,914
10,282

29,091
10,876

28,617
11,124

30,892
11,615

29,541
13,656

32,437
12,864

5
6
7
8

May 11

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

May 18

May 25

June 1

June 8

June 15

June 22

June 29

July 6

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
From one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government
agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

72,230
9,282

74,185
9,341

70,799
9,586

71,703
9,567

74,810
9,362

72,633
9,325

68,755
8,719

66,856
8,430

74,019
11,069

37,765
9,969

34,183
9,731

34,329
9,654

34,356
9,008

35,114
8,503

34,380
8,508

31,698
8,378

33,067
8,502

26,598
11,895

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or \inder continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

11,105
14,320

11,404
15,298

11,482
15,980

10,800
14,975

10,497
14,421

10,459
14,413

9,664
13,794

9,958
12,793

8,074
12,327

23,679
8,552

24,329
8,678

24,777
8,561

25,068
8,741

24,985
8,561

25,470
8,289

24,139
8,882

25,518
9,029

22,809
11,456

27,312
1 1 ,449

29,112
13,004

26,927
13,353

29,051
13,481

28,156
13,824

25,759
14,086

26,713
14,672

27,376
12,656

35,392
13,031

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2
...




15

4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large member banks, 19871—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source
July 13

July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10

Aug. ]7

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Sept. 7

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government
agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

74,109
8,691

69,704
8,626

68,682
8,829

68,983
9,624

72,747
9,252

71,952
8,970

69,808
9,098

70,480
9,442

75,786
9,171

33,873
8,167

31,478
7,384

31,316
7,122

32,783
7,206

32,923
6,753

32,524
6,517

30,368
6,387

30,994
6,622

29,160
6,160

Repurchase agreements on U.S, government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

10,541
11,214

11,515
10,797

13,115
11,725

13,711
12,209

13,744
12,363

12,71:5
12,546

12,756
13,455

13,002
13,619

13,332
13,8SO

25,558
8,278

26,375
8,373

26,482
8,363

27,082
8,123

27,417
8,165

27,613
8,550

27,496
9,188

27,128
9,657

26,288
9,120

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

33,375
13,702

31,101
13,109

28,293
13,347

29,247
13,690

30,410
12,886

29,54'?
11,853

28,622
13,676

29,053
14,024

30,568
14,062

Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 28

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 13

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

75,048
8,848

70,262
8,888

66,374
9,170

74,386
8,209

76,610
8,611

75,793
9,040

74,961
9,384

75,965
9,781

79,120
10,341

30,085
6,560

27,159
6,895

25,696
6,773

25,513
5,978

26,970
6,562

24,79;
7,050

23,348
8,487

24,574
8,510

25,943
8,645

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

1
2

3
4

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government
agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

13,966
13,827

13,289
15,032

13,685
15,720

15,505
12,059

14,496
11,934

11,os->

15,25*.

14,825
12,021

15,544
12,306

1.3,351
12,424

26,501
9,036

26,808
8,943

26,957
8,891

27,240
8,054

26,338
8,611

26,758
7,761

28,608
9,044

28,666
9,710

28,274
10,277

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
...
10 To all other specified customers2

28,193
14,067

30,303
14,172

29,348
14,600

33,209
14,751

30,926
12,971

33,06413,429

36,169
14,211

35,913
14,502

33,803
14,362

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

76,821
10,353

70,725
10,190

70,174
11,547

75,63£
9,694

75,774
9,608

70,856
8,953

67,536
9,409

26,635
8,238

26,265
7,762

24,679
8,848

29,93C
7.16C

27,276
7,468

24,725
6,968

22,860
7,191

13,080
13,080

13,972
12,622

13,136
13,982

13,388
13,240

14,052
13,274

14,741
12,119

12,170
12,603

27,616
10,209

27,840
9,662

24,071
13,855

27,077
9,972

27,093
9,942

24,887
9,886

24,512
12,018

34,054
14,889

29,895
12,211

32,952
11,190

31,276
11,795

30,472
11,027

31,147
11,062'

30,352
10,326

5
6
7
8

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract . . .
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract . . . .
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities . .
...

MEMO; Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2 . .

16



. . .

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Adjustment and seasonal credit to depository institutions1
Percent per year
Year and month

1986
In effect
December 31
1987
In effect
December 31

"

5S

d^L

<&

±d

A— Chicago

,*,

£~

«~

DaHas

San
Fran-

...
..

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

....

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

^

S

A.«an,a

Ch.cago

^

^ne-

Ka.as

Da]]as

| .
£

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

7.7

7.7

7.7

7.7

B. Extended credit to depository institutions2
Percent per year
B°*°n

Year and month

?£

ddphia

First 30 days of borrowing

1986
In effect
December 31
1987
In effect
December 31

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

After 30 days of borrowing

1986
In effect
December 31
1987
In effect
December 31 » ...




,,,.

7.7

7.7

7.7

7.7

7.7

7.7

7.7

3

7.7

17

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19871
Depository institution requirements
after implementation of the Monetary
Control Act

Type of deposit, and deposit interval2

Percent of ceposits

Effective date

3
12

12/15/87
12/15/87

3
0

10/6/83
10/6/83

3

11/13/80

4

Net transaction accounts*'
1 $0 million-$40 5 million
2 More than $40 5 million

Nonpersonal time deposits5
By original maturity
3 Less than \Vi years . . . .
4
1 '/2 years or more
5

.

..

.

..

. . .

...

...

Eurocurrency liabilities
All types

.

. .

7. Margin requirements under Regulations T, U, G, and X 1
Percent of market value; effective dates shown
Type of security or sale
1 Margin stocks . . . .
2 Convertible bonds
3 Short sales

18



Mar. 11, 1968

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

70

80

65

55

65

50

50
70

60
80

50
65

50
55

50
65

50
50

Jan. 3, 11)74

8. Federal Reserve open market transactions, 19871
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction

Jan.

Year

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES
Outright transactions
(excluding matched
transactions)
1
2
3
4

Treasury bills
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchange
Redemptions . . ,

18,983
6,050
0
9,029

997
583
0
0

5
6
7
8
9

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

3,658
300
21,502
-20388

0
0

10
11
12
13

1 to 5 years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

10,231
452
-17,974
18 938

14
15
16
17

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

18
19
20
21

More than 10 years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

70

191
3,581
0
800

1,062
0
0
0

0
0
1,855
611
0 -4954

0
0
1,762
-1,799

0

0

0

0
0
0
0
0
252
-591 - 1 ,650 - 1 ,762
0
4 354
1 799

4,226
653
0
0

1,697
0
0
0

575
22
0
0

575
912
0
4,572

499
0
0
0

4,528
0
0
3,657

1,095
300
0
0

0

443
300
1,500
-917

300

1,437
-613

0
0
2,723
-1,787

0

0

0

3,642
1,394
0
0
0
0
0
200
-1,373 - 1,804 -1,715 = 1,397
1 812
522
1 111
613

5
0
-2,122
1 612

1,232
535
0
0
0
0
1,375
4,063
1,715
-522 -1 336 -1,812

0

0

0

o

2,551
0
-1 500

917

3,388
0
0
0

150
0
0
0

670
479
0
0
2,247
816
1,400
-1 178 -3 728 -1 742

o
o

0

o

-761
1 178

70

0

50
2,589
o
0
- 1 ,900 - 1 ,400
1 742
3 278

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

312
0

o

0

0
0

619
0

o

o

0

596
0

-3,529
950

-20
0

-204
400

0
0

-3 -2,259
0
150

0
0

-40
0

-601
100

0
0

-55
0

-347
300

0
0

1,858

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
200

0
0
0
0

669
0
0
0

0
0
0
75

251
0
0
0

0
0

o

0
0
0
75

493
0
0
0

o
0
o

445
0

0

o
0
o
150

504
0

8 633

1 395

4 108

4 259

300

300

0

0

0

3,657

0

70

0

2 441

0

0

o

500

914
0

0

0

o

0

All maturities
22
Gross purchases
23 Gross sales
. . .
24
Redemptions

37 171
6,802
9,099

997
583

191

1 062

10,683

1 697

3 066

575

3,833
800

0

653

0

22

0

0

0

0

0

1,112
4,572

Matched transactions
25 Gross purchases .
26 Gross sales

950,923
950,935

63,865
65,145

82,086
81,387

72,306
73,476

83,822
82,494

91,642
92,137

87,228
87,128

80,304
80,037

60,731
62,594

61,321
61,347

77,497
73,779

85,288
85,494

104,833
105,917

Repurchase agreements2
27 Gross purchases
28 Gross sales

314,620
324,666

36,373
46,897

0
3,168

5,657
5,657

37,653
23,881

59,340
73,111

24,167
22,108

3,298
2,058

9,013
12,311

34,080
34,080

65,675
57.380

15,853
18,751

23,512
25,264

2,231

22,474 -11,580

5,002 -4,136

-931

4,702

5,673

29 Net change in U.S.
Treasury securities . . . .

11,235 -8,830 -8,307

1,346 3,591

FEDERAL AGENCY OBUGATIONS
Outright transactions
30 Gross purchases
31 Gross sales
32 Redemptions

0
0
276

35 Net change in agency
obligations
.

....

37 Total net change in System
Open Market Account .




0
0
0

0
0

o

0
0
37

0
0
*

0
0
0

0
0
59

0
0

0
0

o

0
0
56

0
0
1

0
0
13

80,353
81,351

Repurchase agreements2
33 Gross purchases .
34 Gross sales

0
0
110
4,714
6,171

0
857

897
897

9,265
5,908

16,071
19,428

3,907
2,910

929
996

2,369
3,298

7,174
7,174

18,523
15,607

6,786
7,425

9,718
10,679

-1,274 -1,567

-857

0

3,320 -3,357

997

-126

-929

0

2,860

-640

™975

- 10,397 -9,165

2,231

5,999 -4,262

-1,861

4,702

8,533

706

2,617

9,961

25,794 - 14,936

o

19

9. Federal Reserve Banks, 1987
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

S*pt.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11,075

11 059

11 081

11 076

1 1 ,070

11 069

11,069

1 1 ,068

l i 075

11 085

11 082

11 078

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

5,018

517

476

451

647

446

449

5,018

578

569

5,018

553

5,018

461

446

408

513
0

514
0

1 587

2,464

0

832
0

972
0

634
0

566
0

,941

0

587
0

790
0

3 815

0

0

Account

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

7,719
857

7,719
0

7,719
0

7,683
3,356

7,683
0

7,683
996

7,623
930

7,623
0

'',623
0

7,567
2,916

7,567
2,277

7,553
1,316

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account
3 Coin
Loans
4 To depository institutions
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
1 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase agreements

0

U.S. Treasury securities
Bought outright1
9 Bills
. . .
10 Notes
1 1 Bonds
12 Total1
13 Held under repurchase agreements
14 Total U.S. Treasury securities

105,468 100,581 102 812 105,058 107,250 107,702 102,526 104,888 10:5,785 102 863 106,457 107,691
68,126 67,673 67,673 73,378 73,303 75,522 75,322 75,252 78,544 78,844 79,345 82,973
25,724 25,924 25 924 26,676 26,751 27,024 27,023 27,098 2*7,612 27 612 27 761 28 242
199,318 194,178 196,409 205,112 207,304 210,248 204,871 207,238 2! .,941 209,319 213,563 218,906
0
0
0
0 13,771
2,058
3,299
0
5,397
8,295
3,645
3,168
202,486 194,178 196,409 218,883 207,304 212,306 208,170 207,238 21, ,941 217,614 218,960 222,551

15 Total loans and securities

211,575 202,411 205,715 232,386 215,819 221,957 217,357 215,427 221,505 228,684 229,594 235,235
7,195
665

16 Items in process of collection
17 Bank premises . . .
Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign currencies2 . . . .
19 All other3 . . . .
20 Total assets

. . . .

7,673
669

15,377
671

7,399
675

7,600
678

11,405
683

6,848
687

5,025
686

'',532
688

7,197
698

4,901
698

7,990
705

10,276
7,099

9,960
6,117

9,467
6484

8,283
8,236

8,035
6,426

7,782
7,183

7,666
8,096

8,244
6,822

9,126
'7,256

9,133
7772

9,179
5,573

9,475
5,657

253,456 243,485 254,382 273,590 255,122 265,548 257,388 252,736 262,649 270.048 266,491 275,566

LIABILITIES
21 Federal Reserve notes
22
23
24
25

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S Treasury——General account .
Foreign—Official accounts
Other

26 Total deposits
27 Deferred credit items
28 Other liabilities and
accrued dividends4
29 Total liabilities

188,763 189,370 191,170 193,547

196,714 198,255 199,115 199,424 199,680 202,712 207,873 212,890

34 588
15,746
226
453

37 133
3,482
201
539

41 973
3 576
268
577

35 149
29,688
343
533

38 144
6,383
320
372

36 102
13,774
318
458

39 501
5,365
262
281

37,491
3,763
295
284

^ ( ) 027
0,120
456
419

43 187
8 898
236
477

41 781
3 594
352
450

41 784

51,013

41,355

46,394

65,713

45,219

50,652

45,409

41,833

40,022

52,798

46,177

48,368

6479

6 650

10 136

7 273

6 678

9 794

6,344

4,515

'' 284

6 588

4 473

7 179

2,268

2,189

2,219

2,696

2,300

2,356

2,341

2,280

2,396

3,134

2,985

3,035

5, in

244
1 027

248,523 239,564 249,919 269,229 250,911 261,057 253,209 248,052 258,372 265,232 261,508 271,472

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

1,877
1,873
1,183

1,910
1,860

1,916
1 874

1,921
1,873

1,950
1,873

1,961
1,873

1,970
1,872

1,984
1,874

2,009
i,873

2,019
1 873

151

673

567

388

657

337

826

395

924

2,032
1 873
1,078

2,047
2,047

0

33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts

253,456 243,485 254,382 273,590 255,122 265,548 257,388 252,736 2&!,649 270,048 266,491 275,566

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

163,927

20



166,449 175 569 174,715 181,247 183,125

176,181

183,931

182,078 188 928 193 044 198,288

9. Federal Reserve Banks, 1987—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

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

4
5
6
7

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov,

Dec.

231,694 234,114 236,868 240,164 241,604 244,360 247,656 250,354 252,932 253,538 254,499 253,313
42,931 44,744 45,698 46,617 44,890 46,105 48,541 50,930 53,252 50,826 46,626
40,423
188,763 189,370 191,170 193,547 196,714 198,255 199,115 199,424 199,680 202,712 207,873 212,890

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

11,075

11,059

11,081

11,076

11,070

11,069

11,069

11,068

11,075

11,085

11,082

11,078

5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
5,018
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
172,670 173,293 175,071 177,453 180,626 182,168 183,028 183,338 183,587 186,609 191,773 196,794
188,763 189,370 191,170 193,547 196,714 198,255 199,115 199,424 199,680 202,712 207,873 212,890

8 Total collateral

C. Maturity distribution of loan and security holdings
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Type and maturity grouping
1 Loans —Total
2
Within 15 day? .
3
16 days to 90 days
4
91 days to 1 year
5 Acceptances —Total
6
Within 15 days
7
16 days to 90 days
8
91 days to 1 >ear
9 U.S. Treasury securities
10 Within 15 days1
11
16 days to 90 days
12 91 days to 1 year
13 More than 1 y^ar to 5 years
14 More than 5 y^ars to 10 years
15 More than 10 years
16 Federal agency obligations—-Total
17 Within 15 days1
18
16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 More than 1 yaar to 5 years .
21
More than 5 ysars to 10 years
22
More than. 10 years




513
508

514
502

5
0
0

12

o

o
0
o

o

..

o

0

0

May

Apr.

Mar.

Feb.

Aug.

July

June

Sept.

1 587
1,573
14
0
0
0

2,464
2,413
51
0
0
0

832
752

972
887

634
503

566
466

80
0
0
0

85
0
0
0

131
0
0
0

100
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

o
0
o

Nov.

Oct.

1 941
1,878
61
2
0

o
o
o

Dec.

587
525

790
765

62
0
0
0

25
0
0

0
0

o

o
o

3 815
3 806
9

o
0
o
o
o

202,486 194,178 196,409 218,883 207,304 212,306 208,170 207,238 211,941 217,614 218,960 222,551
8,970
8,522
8,671 12,767 13,609
8,789 12,461
4,688 21,640
4,662
9 805 11,363
57,100 52,118 53,011 48,780 51,848 51,563 49,845 53,685 49,795 51,679 52,165 46,112
61,883 59,463 61,450 66,830 66,885 70,995 65,929 65 878 67,296 70,220 72 716 76,827
..
36,484 39,042 38,367 41,159 41,160 41,956 40,972 40,467 42,435 42,513 44,580 47,512
15,431
15,627 15,627 16,538 14,430 14,742 14,702 14 201 14,819 14,764 14 717 15,313
..
23 066 23 266 23 266 23,936 24,011 24,261 24 261 24 336 24 829 24 829 24 977 25 424
11,039
3,487

7,683

8,679
1,229

7,719

7,719

801

301
640

295
532

669

281
532

614

1,338
3,733
1,305

1,307
3,819
1,372

1,352
3,918
1 342

1,547
3,750
1,306

1,521
3,763
1,306

1,449
3,814
1,293

358

280

280

280

280

280

8,576
1,041
..

8,553
1,093

7,623

7,623

843

315
726

359
602

757

568

691

1,307
3,741
1 289

1 353
3,663
1 286

1,446
3,615
1,321

1 474
3,574
1 407

1 653
3,416
1 358

280

1 621
3,524
1 387

280

280

215

216

190

10,483
3056

9,843
2 527

8,868
1,560

21

10. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks
A. Seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of customer

1986
Jan.

Feb.

May

Apr.

Mar.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

DEBITS To
Demand deposits'
All insured banks . . . . 167,268.1 175,940.1 179,289.7 185,635.7 184,240.0 186,620.1 188,220.0 191,601.8 199,050.9 196,239.0 198,540.8 207,506.6
Major New York City
78,920.4 85,710.1 88,386.5 91,210.7 87,262.6 91,190.1 92,263.4 93,059.4 98,505.0 94,306.6 95,571.1 100,381.5
banks
88,347.7 90,230.1 90,903.2 94,425.0 96,977.5 95,429.9 95,956.6 98,542.4 100,545.9 101,932.4 102,969.7 107 125.1
3
Other banks
2,155.5
2,008.2
2,107.7
2,083.5
2,149.6
2,179.7
2,253.0
2,119.8
2,167.4
2,285.4
2,512.8
4 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
2,166.9
3
374.7
384.5
378.8
383.8
395.8
403.9
409.9
440.1
421.9
378.9
368.6
5 Savings deposits
501.5
1
2

DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING
Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks . .
8
Other banks
9 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
10 Savings deposits3
6
7

322.2

323.3

326.5

329.1

334.1

337.5

340.0

345.4

345.1

347.3

352.3

355.5

33.2
288.9
125.3
122.5

33.4
289.9
127.2
123.0

34.9
291.6
129.0
123.9

35.9
293.2
130.9
125.3

35.5
298.7
134.5
127.6

36.1
301.4
137.2
129.7

36.4
303.6
141.1
131.6

38.6
306.8
143.6
134.6

37.9
307.2
147.7
138.3

38.0
309.4
152.1
143.3

39.2
313.1
155.7
148.2

39.9
315.6
161.0
152.0

519.2

544.1

549.1

564.1

551.4

552.9

553.5

554.8

5769

565.0

563.5

583.7

2,373.9
305 8
16.0

2,564.2
311 2
16.6

2,540.0
322.1
15.9

2,461.5
324.7
16.0

2,527.6
316.6
15.9

2,534.8
316.0
15.3

2,411.3
321.2
14.8

2,6000
327 3

2,482.9
329.5
14.2

2,436.4
328.8
14.7

2,515.7
339.4
15.6

3.1

3.0

2,530.1
311.7
16.8
30

3.1

3.0

3.0

3.0

30

3.1

2.8

3.3

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks . .
....
13 Other banks
14 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
15 Savings deposits3

11
12

153
30

1987
DEBITS To
Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . . 211,111.3 211,935.6 217,250.4 217,797.2 217,397.2 212,414.4 219,501.3 221,729.0 219,182.9 234,398.3 219,386.1 203,290.6
Major New York City
101,956.5 102,145.1 106,108.1 105,186.5 107,724.1 103,027.6 106,428.9 109,062.5 105,149.4 110,833.6 103,693.6 92,640.1
banks
109,154.8 109,790.5 111,142.3 112,610.7 109,673.1 109,386.8 113,072.3 112,666.5 114,033.4 123,564.6 115,692.5 11 0,650. 5
3
Other banks
2,274.1
2,310.5
2,417.6
2,384.2
2,498.7
2,349.0
2,591.3
2,536.1
2,525.7
2,333.1
2,313.9
2,297.9
4 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
3
548.2
482.1
565.8
498.4
508.1 ' 488.5
518.8
524.0
582.4
475.1
570.8
556.0
5 Savings deposits
....
1
2

DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING
Demand deposits '
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks
8
Other banks
9 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
10 Savings deposits3
6
7

360.9

355.2

352.9

358.8

363.3

353.1

349.2

355.7

350.5

357.9

354.4

344.3

41.1
319 7
165.7
157.4

39.5
315.7
167.8
161.8

38,4
314.6
169.9
165.7

39.4
319.4
173.1
169.7

41.0
322.3
173.4
171.9

38.6
314.5
173.3
173.2

37.5
311.7
174.1
174.9

40.1
315.6
176.8
175.7

38.7
311.8
177.9
176.1

40.4
317.5
179.4
175.1

39.6
314.9
179.1
174.1

35.5
30H.B
178.3
175.0

585.0

596.7

615.5

607.0

598.5

601.6

628.6

623.3

625.3

654.9

619.0

590.4

2,477.9
341.4
14.0

2,587.3
347.8
13.6

2,766.7
353.3
13.5

2,670.3
352.6
13.8

2,629.5
340.3
13.3

2,671.6
347.8
13.9

2,837.4
362.8
14.3

2,718.2
357.0
13.2

2,715.1
365.7
13. 1

2,744.7
389.1
14.4

2,620.2
367.4
14.2

2,608.1
358.3
14.2

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

2.8

3.3

3.1

3.0

3.0

3.3

3.3

3.2

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks
13 Other banks
14 ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
15 Savings deposits3
11
12

22



10. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of customer

1986
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

|

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

DEBITS To
1
2
3
4
5
6

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . . 177,886.1 158,938.7 177,215.2 193,166.4 183,216.2 187,882.1 196,576.9 184,876.6 196,124.9 203,440.9 176,741.0 226,016.2
Major New York City
banks
84,880.9 77,376.9 87,757.0 95,408.5 85,189.6 91,315.2 96,686.1 88,807.6 96,363.2 98,837.9 85,849.7 109,528.4
Other banks
93,005.2 81,561.7 89,458.4 97,758.0 98,026.6 96,566.7 99,890.8 96,069.0 99,761.7 104,603.0 90,891.3 116,487.8
ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
1,918.9 2,141.9 2,244.8 2,113.2 2,219.4 2,130.1 2,026.0
2,305.6 2,155.8 2,140.5
2,200.0
2,619.0
1,559.2
1,686.7
1,580.1
1,623.5
1,640.1
1,514.6
MMDAs4 . . . .
1,365.9
1,570.0
1,590.1 1,613.7
1,461 2 2 107.3
3
376.5
382.6
414.2
409.4
331.5
361.7
424.6
385.7
390.9
405.5
455,5
511.3
Savings deposits
DEPOSITS OUTSTAN DING

7
8
9
10
11
12

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks
Other banks
ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
MMDAs4
Savings deposits3

330.6

314.4

319.5

329.7

328.1

337.9

342.1

339.4

344.0

345.6

355.5

373.0

35.5
295 1
128.0
3344
122.8

33.4
281 0
127.0
334 6
122.2

35.2
284.3
129.6
338.0
123.3

35.8
293.8
135.0
342.4
125.2

34.3
293.8
133.1
346.2
127.7

35.5
302.4
136.8
352.8
130.2

36.9
305 2
140.0
356 5
132.3

36.7
302.7
141.6
361.1
134.2

37.1
306 9
146.1
365 6
137.1

37.2
308.4
149.9
369 2
142.9

38.6
316 9
154.9
372 6
149.5

43.1
329 9
163.0
376.8
152.6

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
13
14
15
16
17
18

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks
Other banks
ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
MMDAs4
Savings deposits3

538.1
2,393.7
315.1
17.2
47
3.2

505.5

554.6

585.9

558.5

556.1

574.6

544.7

570.2

588.7

497.1

606.0

2,314.0
290.3
15.1
41
2.7

2,494.1
314.6
16.5
48
2.9

2,661.7
332.7
16.6
48
3.4

2,487.0
333.6
15.9
4.5
2.9

2,570.0
319.4
16.2
48
2.9

2,620.6
327.3
15.2
44
3.1

2,421.9
317.3
14.3
4.2
3.1

2,600.2
325.1
15.8
43
3.0

2,656.9
339.2
14.4
44
3.2

2,225.4
286.8
13.8
39
2.6

2,543.6
353.1
16.1
56
3.4

1987
DEBITS To
1
2
3
4
5
6

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . . 215,988.0 191,589.8 222,225.4 228,142.6 208,310.0 221,038.4 228,764.2 214,145.9 216,728.0 233,999.8 202,230.1 222,338.9
Major New York City
105,032.1 92,251.3 108,971.4 111,399.0 101,203.2 106,171.3 111,157.7 103,822.8 104,234.0 111,398.9 96,035.9 102,548.7
banks . . ,
Other banks
1 10 955 9 99 338 4 113,254.1 116,743 5 107,106.7 114,867.0 117,6065 110 323.1 112,4940 122 600.8 106 194 2 119 790.3
2
2,466.0 2,226.4 2,414.9
2,645.3
2,577.7 2,375.8
2,269.8
2,564.0 2,262.9 2,466.9
ATS-NOW accounts . . . 2,524.5 2,063.5
1,851.2
1,987.9 2,002 7
1 752.7 1 846 6 2 247.8 1 959 8 2 276.4
MMDAs4
1 915 7 1 634 0 1,800.1 2,175.9
3
524.2
483.7
565.2
576.5
428.0
519.0
604.3
519.9
490.1
479.1
563.3
568.9
Savings deposits
DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING

7
8
9
10
11
12

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks . . . ,
Other banks
ATS-NOW accounts2 . . .
MMDAs4
Savings deposits3 ,

370.1

345.4

345.5

359.4

356.7

353.6

351.0

349.7

349.5

355.7

357.6

361.5

43.6
3265
169.5
379.4
157.7

39.5
306.0
167.4
376 1
160.9

38.7
306.8
170.4
376.1
165.0

39.4
319.9
178.3
373.0
169.7

39.6
317.1
171.4
366.5
172.3

37.9
315.7
172.7
365.3
173.8

38.0
313.1
172.9
363.6
175.6

38.1
311.5
174.4
362.1
175.1

37.9
311.6
176.2
360.3
174.5

39.4
316.3
176.8
357.0
174.6

38.9
318.7
178.2
355.5
175.7

38.5
323.0
180.7
355.7
175.6

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
13
14
15
16
17
18

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . . . .
Major New York City
banks
Other banks . . , 2
ATS-NOW accounts . . .
MMDAs4
Savings deposits3




583.5

554.7

643.2

634.8

584.0

625.0

651.7

612.5

620.2

657.8

565.6

615.0

2,408.7
339.8
14.9
50
3.1

2,337.4
324.7
12.3
43
2.7

2,813.0
369.2
13.3
4.8
2.9

2,825.8
364.9
14.4
58
3.3

2,556.8
337.8
13.2
5.1
2.8

2,801.5
363.8
14.3
5.4
3.3

2,928.4
375.7
14.3
55
3.3

2,721.9
354.2
12.8
4.8
3.0

2,751.0
361.1
13.7
5 1
3.0

2,824.8
387.6
14.6
6.3
3.5

2,467.8
333.3
13.3
55
3.0

2,661.4
370.9
14.6
6.4
3.2

23

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

Ml

M2

M3

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

524.7
527.9
531.3
533.1
535,8
540.0
540.8
541.5
545.1
543.6
547.1
551.9

2,197.5
2,216.8
2,229.5
2,241.9
2,254.0
2,266.2
2,277.1
2,287.9
2,303.6
2,314.9
2,339.4
2,363.6

2,711.2
2,739.5
2,764.5
2,787.8
2,812.4
2,834.8
2,859.1
2,876.5
2,897.5
2,919.4
2,949.6
2,978.3

3,181.2
3,213.4
3,252.1
3,286.4
3,317.9
3,354.0
3,391.6
3,415.3
3,452.4
3,472.7
3,494.5
3,519.4

5,242.7
5,300.3
5,359.0
5,421.5
5,485.9
5,544.6
5,605.5
5,668.3
5,722.8
5,783.9
5,858.9
5,932.6

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

555.9
563.0
566.3
569.8
575.1
583.2
588.9
596.9
604.3
607.2
612.2
620.1

2,389.4
2,415.3
2,425.3
2,427.8
2,445.0
2,473.2
2,489.2
2,507.1
2,522.6
2,531.4
2,545.3
2,562.6

3,003.8
3,027.1
3,040.0
3,044.7
3,063.3
3,091.9
3,102.8
3,121.8
3,144.1
3,158.9
3,176.0
3,196.4

3,544.3
3,579.6
3,604.2
3,613.6
3,629.7
3,660.3
3,680.0
3,708.1
3,738.5
3,759.6
3,793.8
3,825.9

5,998.0
6.050.9
6,104.7
6,168.8
6,235.4
6,299.1
6,361.9
6,422.7
6,477.8
6,536.9
6,622.7
6,749.4

1986
January . .
February .
March . . .
April
May
June . . . .
July
August . . .
September
October . .
November
December

621.7
625.2
634.0
641.2
651.7
661.3
670.8
680.5
687.4
694.9
706.4
725.4

2,571.5
2,582.9
2,603.3
2,627.5
2,652.4
2,677.4
2,702.9
2,725.6
2,743.6
2,766.1
2,782.7
2,807.8

3,223.6
3,244.6
3,270.8
3,299.2
3,320.0
3,347.4
3,377.4
3,403.8
3,429.8
3,448.3
3,463.8
3,490.4

3,852.3
3,876.0
3,900.2
3,927.0
3,954.2
3,979.1
4,010.0
4,036.3
4,064.4
4,083.6
4,104.5
4,133.8

6,851.3
6,899.2
6,941.6
6,997.7
7,063.2
7,129.0
7,194.7
7,280.8
7,365.2
7,429.6
7,512.1
7,607.6

1987
January . .
February .
March . . .
April . . . .
May . . . .
June . . . .
July
August . . .
September
October . .
November
December

731.4
731.3
734.2
744.7
746.5
742.1
743.6
746.5
747.5
756.2
752.7
750.8"

2,827.8
2,829.3
2,834.3
2,847.4
2,849.1
2,851.7
2,858.2
2,869.5
2,880.9
2,894.7
2,896.6
2,901.1

3,515.1
3,523.9
3,532.6
3,549.8
3,564.4
3,580.1
3,587.6
3,605.5
3,620.5
3,642.0
3,656.7
3,661.1

4,162.6
4,175.2
4,174.0
4,189.6
4,217.7
4,232.3
4,235.1
4,257.8
4,283.5
4,312.5
4,324.0
4,325.4

7,673.0
7,710.9
7,756.6
7,816.7
7,88U>
7,939.3
7,980.7
8,031.0
8,092.9
8,163.3
8,245,8
8,305,4

24



Debt

Components
Nontransaction
components

Travelers
checks3

Demand
deposits4

Other
checkable
deposits5

M26

147.4
148.1
149.1
150.1
150.7
152.1
152.7
153.5
154.4
154.6
155.5
156.1

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.0
5.1
5.2

240.2
240.6
241.2
241.6
241.2
242.5
242.0
241.0
242.3
240.7
241.9
244.1

132.2
134.2
136.0
136.4
138.8
140.3
141.0
141.9
143.2
143.3
144.7
146.4

1,672.8
1,688.9
1,698.3
1,708.7
1,718.2
1,726.3
1,736.2
1,746.4
1,758.5
1,771.3
1,792.3
1,811.7

156.8
157.9
158.7
159.3
160.6
161.8
162.7
164.3
165.1
166.0
167.1
167.7

5.3
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.9
5.9

244.7
247.0
247.7
248.3
250.5
253.8
255.3
257.5
261.6
261.2
262.2
267.2

149.1
152.8
154.5
156.7
158.5
162.0
165.0
169.2
171.7
174.1
177.1
179.2

168.6
169.6
170.9
171.5
172.9
173.8
174.7
176.2
176.8
178.3
179.2
180.4

6.0
6.0
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.5
6.5

265.2
265.7
270.2
272.8
276.8
280.0
283.4
285.9
287.5
288.0
292.4
303.3

182.2
183.6
184.4
185.6
187.0
187.8
189.0
190.2
191.4
193.1
195.0
196.5

6.5
6.7
6.8
6.7
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.1

299.7
295.9
295.0
299.3
298.9
293.3
292.3
292.1
290.5
295.9
291.3
288.0

Currency2




Year and
month

Savings
deposits8

Small
time
deposits4

Large
time
deposits5

Federal
debt

Nonfederal
debt

513.7
522.7
535.0
545.9
558.4
568.6
582.0
588.6
593.9
604.5
610.2
614.7

303.3
301.6
301.2
299.9
298.2
296.7
294.9
292.3
290.9
288.6
287.0
285.4

791.7
799.7
804.3
810.7
818.1
827.4
838.8
853.0
864.4
872.7
879.1
883.3

333.1
340.3
347.3
355.2
367.2
378.2
389.7
395.7
399.4
409.5
412.3
416.9

,189.7
,211.5
,226.5
,241.8
,258.9
,269.5
1,285.4
1,308.7
1,320.4
1,329.9
1,346.3
1,365.3

4,053.0
4,089.3
4,132.5
4,179.7
4,227.0
4,275.2
4,320.1
4,359.6
4,402.4
4,454.0
4,512.6
4,567.3

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

,833.5
,852.3
,859.0
,858.0
,869.9
,890.0
,900.3
,910.3
,918.3
,924.3
,933.1
,942.5

614.4
611.8
614.8
616.9
618.3
618.7
613.5
614.6
621.5
627.5
630.8
633.8

284.7
285.0
284.6
283.8
285.1
288.0
291.0
293.9
295.0
297.8
300.5
301.4

882.2
879.9
879.8
882.8
886.8
887.6
884.1
878.8
877.1
875.9
875.9
879.5

416.4
417.8
420.8
425.2
425.3
423.1
419.2
420.8
426.8
431.4
433.8
436.4

1,383.5
1,400.0
1,418.0
1,436.1
1,456.2
1,472.6
1,491.0
1,509.6
1,517.9
1,523.4
1,547.8
1,584.3

4,614.5
4,650.9
4,686.7
4,732.6
4,779.3
4,826.4
4,870.9
4,913.1
4,959.9
5,013.5
5,074.8
5,165.1

1985
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
' .
j
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

181.9
184.0
186.8
190.7
195.9
201.3
206.4
212.0
216.6
222.3
228.3
235.2

,949.8
,957.7
,969.3
,986.3
2,000.7
2,016.1
2,032.2
2,045.0
2,056.2
2,071.2
2,076.3
2,082.4

652.1
661.7
667.6
671.7
667.5
670.0
674.4
678.2
686.2
682.2
681.1
682.6

302.0
302.7
304.5
308.7
315.2
320.7
327.1
335.2
343.5
353.2
362.7
370.7

886.4
889.9
894.2
895.1
890.9
887.1
882.2
877.7
873.5
865.9
857.6
853.2

445.1
450.3
450.1
451.3
447.6
447.3
449.1
449.5
448.8
444.5
440.9
439.2

1,607.4
1,624.9
1,641.5
1,656.1
1,674.7
1,694.4
1,711.4
1,727.9
1,746.8
1,757.7
1,776.2
1,804.5

5,243.9
5,274.3
5,300.1
5,341.6
5,388.5
5,434.6
5,483.3
5,552.9
5,618.4
5,671.9
5,735.9
5,803.2

1986
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr,
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

243.0
245.1
248.0
253.1
253.9
254.3
255.6
257.2
258.6
260.3
259.5
259.3

2,096.4
2,098.0
2,100.1
2,102.7
2,102.7
2,109.6
2,114.5
2,123.1
2,133.4
2,138.4
2,143.9
2,150.3

687.3
694.6
698.3
702.5
715.2
728.4
729.5
736.0
739.6
747.3
760.1
760.0

380.6
389.7
396.3
404.1
409.5
413.1
415.5
417.8
418.6
417.0
415.0
414.3

850.6
848.1
847.0
845.1
845.9
852.1
859.1
865.9
872.1
883.3
901.7
913.1

440.4
443.1
445.6
448.9
454.0
458.6
460.2
462.4
465.3
472.3
480.5
484.7

1,818.8
1,833.4
1,850.8
1,862.8
1,875.5
1,887.1
1,889.9
1,903.6
1,913.9
1,920.4
1,941.2
1,954.7

5,854.2
5,877.5
5,905.7
5,953.9
6,006.1
6,052.2
6,090.8
6,127.4
6,178.9
6,242.9
6,304.6
6,350.7

1987
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

|

M37

Z

25

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

Year and month
Ml

M2

M3

530.4
517.6
524.2
539.2
530.8
541.4
543.3
539.0
542.5
542.1
549.6
564.5

2,205.0
2,207.5
2,226.6
2,250.3
2,247.0
2,266.7
2,281.6
2,285.2
2,296.9
2,313.6
2,340.5
2,373.2

2,717.8
2,729.8
2,761.5
2,793.5
2,805.7
2,832.3
2,858.8
2,873.9
2,893.3
2,920.3
2,954.0
2,991.4

3,190.9
3,207.3
3,254.7
3,292.2
3,307.8
3,351.4
3,389.4
3,411.3
3,445.0
3,471.4
3,498.3
3,532.7

5,250.5
5,303.6
5,341.6
5,394.6
5,457.4
5,519.7
5,583.6
5,646.9
5,705.9
5,771.4
5,847.5
5,927.1

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

561.1
551.9
558.3
575.0
569.4
585.2
592.0
594.8
602.2
605.5
615.1
633.5

2,398.1
2,405.9
2,421.4
2,434.8
2,435.8
2,473.0
2,494.0
2,504.6
2,516.3
2,530.7
2,547.4
2,573.9

3,011.7
3,017.1
3,036.8
3,049.2
3,054.8
3,089.0
3,102.3
3,118.7
3,140.0
3,159.3
3,181.4
3,211.0

3,556.0
3,574.4
3,607.0
3,617.3
3,616.4
3,656.8
3,676.1
3,702.9
3,731.4
3,758.5
3,799.7
3,841.4

5,989.8
6,030.7
6,078.8
6,141.2
6,207.6
6,273.9
6,339.6
6,402.4
6,462.0
6,522.5
6,606.0
6,740.7

1986
January
February
March . .
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

626.8
613.1
624.6
647.2
645.7
663.5
674.0
679.1
685.2
692.8
709.5
740.6

2,581.7
2,572.9
2,597.5
2,634.3
2,641.2
2,676.4
2,707.6
2,723.7
2,737.9
2,766.0
2,785.7
2,821.5

3,233.5
3,234.5
3,266.2
3,303.3
3,309.9
3,344.0
3,376.1
3,400.7
3,426.6
3,448.3
3,470.3
3,507.2

3,867.6
3,872.2
3,901.9
3,928.9
3,938.6
3,975.6
4,003.2
4,029.6
4,058.3
4,083.1
4,112.7
4,151.9

6,841.4
6,876.3
6,914.5
6,969.3
7,034.3
7,103.1
7,170.2
7,258.8
7,350.1
7,412.0
7,486,4
7,593.3

1987
January
February
March .
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

737.5
717.1
723.5
752.5
739.9
744.4
746.8
745.0
745.2
753.7
756.0
765.9

2,839.9
2,817.2
2,826.5
2,855.1
2,836.0
2,850.1
2,862.6
2,868.2
2,876.0
2,895.3
2,900.1
2,914.8

3,527.2
3,512.4
3,526.3
3,555.0
3,552.6
3,576.2
3,585.6
3,602.8
3,618.3
3,642.0
3,664.0
3,677.7

4,180.6
4,170.6
4,173.4
4,191.3
4,201.0
4,229.1
4,226.6
4,250.6
4,278.6
4,312.5
4,332.9
4,341.9

7,655.9
7,677.3
7,725.3
7,786.2
7,849.5
7,911.5
7,958.9
8,013.1
8,079.4
8,147.9
8,220.1
8,289.3

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

.

26



.

.

Debt

Components
Nontransaction
components

Money market
mutual funds

M26

M37

Overnight
RPs and
Euro
dollars9

134.4
132.8
136.3
141.3
138.0
140.4
140.2
139.9
141.7
141.9
144.5
148.2

1,674.6
1,689.9
1,702.4
1,711.1
1,716.2
1,725.3
1,738.3
1,746.1
1,754.5
1,771.5
1,790.9
1,808.7

512.8
522.3
534.9
543.2
558.6
565.6
577.1
588.8
596.3
606.7
613.5
618.2

56.1
57.3
56.6
56.2
58.2
55.9
56.3
58.5
56.8
56.1
56.0
56.3

137.8
142.1
144.8
145.9
146,5
148.9
150.5
150.6
152.1
155.6
162.0
167.5

43.5
44.6
45.0
45.0
45.3
45.7
46.1
46.2
46.9
52.1
58.3
62.7

384.0
390.2
397.1
401.3
399.7
398.3
395.3
390.1
389.9
393.6
404.2
416.8

301.7
299.7
301.6
302.0
300.1
299.2
298.0
292.2
289.5
288.4
285.4
282.9

795.0
800.7
802.4
805.7
811.7
822,9
838.3
854.7
866.2
877.8
883.3
885.2

333.4
340.6
347.9
352.3
365.6
375.9
387.3
396.9
402.0
411.4
413.4
417.7

1,189.8
,210.7
,223.6
,235.9
,248.7
,255.8
1,270.8
1,295.8
1,310.5
1,323.0
1,343.0
1,364.7

4,060.7
4,092.9
4,118.0
4,158.7
4,208.6
4,263.9
4,312.8
4,351.2
4,395.4
4,448.4
4,504.5
4,562.4

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

249.8
240.0
241 .4
250.1
246.3
254.5
257.0
255.7
260.5
261.2
264.6
276.9

150.8
150.9
154.5
161.1
157.1
162.2
164.4
167.4
170.6
172.8
177.0
180.9

1,837.0
1,854.0
1,863.1
1,859.8
1,866.4
1,887.8
1,902.0
1,909.7
1,914.2
1,925.2
1,932.3
1,940.3

613.5
611.3
615.4
614.4
619.0
616.0
608.3
614.2
623.7
628.6
634.0
637.1

60.3
64.5
63.2
57.7
61.2
60.7
60.8
63.7
64 .4
65.0
66.3
70.2

171.9
175.1
177.6
176.2
172.2
175.7
176.0
176.8
176.7
177.0
176.8
176.5

65.0
62.2
59.5
59.6
63.5
67.1
64.8
63.0
62.3
63.3
64.5
64.5

435.7
450.4
460.0
462.8
466.4
478.0
487.1
494.8
500.3
505.2
510.8
513.6

283.0
282.8
284.6
285.5
287.0
290.6
294.2
294.0
293.9
298.0
299.1
298.6

886.2
881.2
877.7
877.6
879.6
882.8
884.0
880.5
878.8
880.0
879.4
881.4

417.1
418.1
421.9
422.4
424.2
421.0
416.4
421.2
428.7
433.0
434.7
437.3

1,383.1
1,397.4
,412.0
,427.1
,443.8
,457.9
,475.8
1,495.8
1,506.9
1,515.6
1,544.2
1,583.7

4,606.7
4,633.3
4,666.8
4,714.1
4,763.8
4,816,0
4,863.9
4,906.6
4,955.1
5,006.9
5,061.8
5,156.9

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

5.5
5.6
5.8
5.8
5.9
6.5
7.2
7.3
6.9
6.5
6.1
6.0

270.7
258.0
262.9
274.5
272.2
281.0
285.3
284.3
286,3
287.9
295.0
314.4

183.3
181.9
186.5
196.0
194.6
201.4
205.3
210.5
215.6
220.6
228.2
237.3

1,954.9
1,959.8
1,972.9
1,987.1
1,995.5
2,012.9
2,033.6
2,044.6
2,052.7
2,073.2
2,076.2
2,080.8

651.7
661.7
668.7
669.0
668.7
667.7
668.6
677.0
688.7
682.3
684.6
685.7

68.8
68,4
67.3
68.1
68.9
66.3
72.0
75.0
73.2
77.5
78.4

178.0
181.5
186.6
191.9
193.6
197.8
200.1
200.9
202.7
207.3
207.5
208.0

67.3
67.7
70.2
74.1
76.1
75.1
77.7
81.2
84.7
84.9
84.8
84.4

517.4
518.2
522.3
526.7
532.1
542.4
548.0
554.2
559.5
565.2
569.8
572.5

299.9
300.1
304.0
310.2
317.3
323.8
331.0
335.6
342.4
353.8
361.1
367.0

890.8
891.7
892.8
890.2
883.6
882.6
882.5
878.9
874.9
868.8
860.3
855.0

446.3
450.7
451.7
449.0
447.0
445.4
445.7
449.2
450.0
445.7
441.9
439.8

1,606.7
1,621.0
1,633.3
1,644.6
1,660.7
1,678.9
1,695.7
1,713.5
1,734.9
1,749.0
1,772.2
1,803.9

5,234.7
5,255.2
5,281.3
5,324.6
5,373.6
5,424.2
5,474.5
5,545.4
5,615.2
5,663.0
5,714.2
5,789.4

1986
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

6.0
6.2
6.4
6.4
6.5
7.1
7.7
7.9
7.6
7.0
6.6
6,5

305.8
287.1
286.9
301.1
294.1
294.4
294.3
290.7
289.3
295.7
294.1
298.5

244.9
242.3
247.4
260.2
252.3
254.3
254.3
255.6
257.5
258.5
259.3
261.6

2,102.4
2,100,0
2,103.0
2,102.6
2,096.2
2,105.6
2,115.8
2,123.2
2,130.8
2,141.5
2,144.1
2,148.9

687.3
695.2
699.8
699.9
716.5
726.1
723.0
734.6
742.4
746.8
763.9
762.9

84.7
80.1
76.9
76.9
76.2
74.9
75.7
79.8
83.4
86.0
79.7
78.1

209.5
211.5
212.5
212.1
209.9
210.6
210.6
213.1
216.3
218.2
219.7
221.1

84.4
85.1
85.4
83.5
82.1
81.7
83.8
84.0
81.3
82.5
89.5
89.6

575.4
572.0
571.8
566.8
558.6
555.1
549.4
545.0
540.5
533.9
527.7
525.2

377.8
386.0
395.4
405.9
412.4
417.3
420.5
418.5
417.3
417.8
413.2
410.0

855.0
850.4
846.4
840.9
839.1
847.8
859.6
866.8
873.2
885.6
903.8
914.6

442.1
444.0
447.5
447.2
453.7
457.0
456.5
461.7
465.9
473.1
481.3
485.4

1,817.7
1,827.9
1,839,8
1,848,5
1,859.4
1,870.5
1,873.7
1,888.5
1,901.0
1,910.9
1,936.9
1,954.1

5,838.1
5,849.4
5,885,5
5,937.8
5,990.1
6,040.9
6,085.3
6,124.6
6,178.4
6,237.0
6,283.2
6,335.1

1987
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

Currency2

Travelers
checks3

Demand
deposits4

146.2
146.2
147.7
149.4
150.7
152.7
154.0
154.3
154.2
154.3
156.3
158.5

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

245.3
233.9
235.4
243.6
237.1
242.9
243.3
239.1
241.2
240.9
244.0
253.0

155.5
156.0
157.3
158.6
160.6
162.6
164.1
165.1
164.8
165.6
167.9
170.2

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

167.3
167.6
169.4
170.8
173.0
174.6
176.1
176.9
176.4
177.8
180.1
183.0
180.8
181.5
182.8
184.8
187.0
188.6
190.5
190.9
190.9
192.6
195.9
199.4




Other
checkable
deposits5

78; 1

General
purpose
and
brokerdealer

Institution
only

Money
Small
market Savings8 time
deposit deposits
deaccounts
posits10

Large
time
deposits11

Federal
debt

Nonfederal
debt

Year
and
month

27

12. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements1
Billions of dollars; averages of daily figures
Seasonally adjusted
Year and month

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
.
July
August
September .
October
November
December
1984
January
February
March
April
May
....
June
July
. .
August
September
October
November .
December
1985
January
.
February
March
.
April
May
..
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1986
January
February . . . .
March
April
....
May
June
July
August
September
October .
November
December
1987
January
February
March
...
April
May
June
July
....
August
September
October . . . .
November
December

28



. ..
,

. ..
,

....
....

....

....
....

..
...

,.
,

....

Not seasonally adjusted

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

33,945
34,361
34,902
35,398
35,331
35,785
35,950
36,001
36,099
36,114
36,074
36,107

33,416
33,778
34,109
34,388
34,378
34,149
34,497
34,455
34,658
35,270
35,169
35,333

33,573
34,057
34,427
34,793
34,891
35,107
35,075
34,945
35,173
35,527
35,175
35,335

33,397
33,925
34,468
34,921
34,882
35,305
35,442
35,554
35,601
35,609
35,545
35,546

36,318
37,692
37,770
37,850
38,130
38,597
38,622
38,805
38,839
38,980
39,404
39,909

35,603
37,125
36,818
36,616
35,142
35,296
32,698
30,788
31,597
32,963
34,787
36,723

35,606
37,130
36,845
36,660
35,179
37,169
37,706
37,831
38,055
38,020
38,624
39,327

40,369
41,280
41,476
41,836
42,257
42,939
43,295
43,832
44,318
44,943
45,413
46,058

38,974
39,991
39,883
40,513
40,923
41,734
42,189
42,759
43,029
43,756
43,673
44,738

46,116
46,715
47,379
48,039
49,016
49,726
50,690
51,501
52,302
53,225
54,489
56,166
56,884
56,873
56,852
57,954
58,352
57,706
57,602
57,876
57,825
58,496
57,987
57,436

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
™
J^
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
ba^4

170,809
172,643
174,466
175,844
176,948
178,574
179,553
180,393
182,035
183,109
184,232
185,235

35,632
34,227
34,367
35,428
35,026
35,186
35,730
35,485
35,791
36,099
36,162
36,813

35,103
33,644
33,575
34,418
34,073
33,550
34,277
33,939
34,350
35,255
35,257
36,039

35,260
33,923
33,892
34,823
34,586
34,508
34,854
34,429
34,865
35,511
35,263
36,041

35,084
33,791
33,934
34,952
34,577
34,706
35,222
35,038
35,293
35,594
35,633
36,252

171,833
170,620
172,387
175,313
176,589
173, 40B
180,429
180,405
181,497
182,936
1 8.3,320
188,502

35,704
36,749
37,059
37,358
37,551
37,823
38,005
38,114
38,211
38,359
38,711
39,057

187,210
189,368
190,340
191,280
192,197
193,995
194,865
195,772
196,882
197,300
198,378
199,602

38,114
37,241
37,292
38,160
37,482
38,543
38,619
38,478
38,651
38,722
39,486
40,936

37,398
36,674
36,340
36,926
34,493
35,242
32,694
30,462
31,409
32,705
34,868
37,750

37,402
36,679
36,367
36,971
34,530
37,115
37,703
37,505
37,867
37,763
38,705
40,354

37,500
36,298
36,851
37,669
36,902
37,769
38,002
37,788
38,023
38,102
38,792
40,084

188,372
187,018
188,364
190,891
191,569
194,509
196,179
190,400
196,562
196,757
198,878
202,698

40,024
40,794
40,942
41,382
41,456
42,399
42,695
43,329
43,685
44,385
44,203
45,237

39,623
40,377
40,710
41,098
41,453
42,034
42,440
43,005
43,653
44,190
44,485
44,999

201,008
202,671
203,683
204,641
206,125
208,110
209,396
211,480
212,945
214,452
216,016
217,343

41,557
40,758
40,956
42,141
41,540
42,863
43,319
43,485
44,090
44,627
45,500
47,242

40,163
39,469
39,363
40,818
40,206
41,658
42,212
42,412
42,801
43,440
43,759
45,924

41,213
40,272
40,422
41,687
40,739
42,323
42,719
42,982
43,456
44,069
44,289
46,423

40,811
39,856
40,191
41,403
40,736
41,958
42,463
42,657
43,424
43,874
44,572
46,185

201 ,575
200,166
201,567
204, 148
205,254
208,730
211,021
211,940
232,600
213,798
216,494
220,824

45,345
45,832
46,619
47,146
48,140
48,923
49,950
50,628
51,294
52,384
53,737
55,340

45,843
46,324
47,137
47,780
48,725
49,454
50,328
51,094
51,864
52,881
54,155
55,643

45,005
45,618
46,483
47,238
48,178
48,795
49,780
50,761
51,576
52,479
53,511
54,798

218,514
219,831
221,776
223,030
225,224
226,840
228,699
230,996
232,505
234,588
236,869
239,517

47,527
46,111
46,765
48,377
48,157
49,645
50,769
51,082
52,019
52,826
54,591
57,636

46,757
45,227
46,004
47,484
47,281
48,842
50,028
50,210
51,011
51,984
53,840
56,809

47,254
45,719
46,522
48,119
47,865
49,373
50,406
50,675
51,581
52,482
54,258
57,112

46,416
45,014
45,869
47,576
47,319
48,714
49,859
50,343
51,293
52,080
53,614
56,267

219,198
217,190
219,442
222,623
224,105
227,541
230,539
231,278
232,068
233,605
237,497
243,631

56,304
56,317
56,325
56,961
57,317
56,930
56,929
57,229
56,885
57,553
57,362
56,658

56,529
56,600
56,589
57,231
57,604
57,203
57,124
57,360
57,294
58,003
57,758
57,142

55,816
55,662
55,936
57,127
57,273
56,516
56,841
56,844
57,032
57,368
57,064
56,407

242,581
243,755
244,349
246,526
248,234
248,481
249,511
250,997
252,252
254,564
256,025
256,684

58,731
56,088
56,068
58,372
57,299
57,625
57,743
57,390
57,496
58,037
58,093
58,965

58,151
55,532
55,541
57,379
56,264
56,849
57,071
56,743
56,556
57,094
57,468
58,188

58,376
55,815
55,805
57,649
56,552
57,122
57,266
56,875
56,965
57,544
57,862
58,671

57,663
54,877
55,152
57,544
56,221
56,435
56,983
56,358
56,703
56,909
57,170
57,936

243,422
240,817
241,925
246,066
246,832
249,286
251,424
251,420
251 ,,603
2S3..287
256..821
261,214

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

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

Excess

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
36,475
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

179,048
177,207
177,204
179,785
181,198
183,066
185,223
185,314
185,018
186,500
188,871
192,259

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
905
774

40,120
36,366
36,236
36,979
36,772
37,656
37,313
37,274
38,108
38,180
39,454
40,626

39,405
35,799
35,304
35,731
33,790
34,468
31,278
29,231
30,882
32,206
34,810
37,478

39,409
35,804
35,331
35,777
33,826
36,229
36,390
36,290
37,292
37,367
38,540
40,094

39,507
35,423
35,519
36,681
35,806
36,860
36,930
36,530
37,411
37,767
38,672
39,851

192,220
187,987
189,122
191,545
192,741
195,442
196,886
196,975
197,515
197,792
200,591
204,068

613
943
711
492
580
774
617
691
628
620
693
853

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

41,254
40,305
40,563
41,243
41,227
42,407
42,860
43,032
44,442
45,422
46,484
48,039

39,796
39,032
38,976
39,845
40,010
41,189
41,711
41,930
43,175
44,252
44,553
46,908

40,878
39,828
40,034
40,768
40,454
41,879
42,230
42,499
43,831
44,895
45,071
47,407

40,416
39,364
39,641
40,927
40,214
41,518
41,988
42,062
43,753
44,682
45,503
47,163

203,311
201,676
202,893
204,917
206,598
210,085
212,381
213,174
214,457
216,166
218,978
223,555

746
902
766
738
804
905
855
827
666
753
928
1,058

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

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

48,080
46,604
47,403
48,493
48,534
50,074
51,050
51,286
53,217
54,457
56,518
59,564

47,293
45,729
46,652
47,570
47,672
49,280
50,305
50,430
52,182
53,652
55,733
58,740

47,790
46,220
47,170
48,217
48,244
49,812
50,682
50,899
52,758
54,150
56,147
59,037

46,946
45,534
46,232
48,173
47,567
49,101
50,126
50,437
52,327
53,989
55,447
58,288

221,609
219,504
221,796
224,458
226,249
229,870
232,561
233,272
235,070
237,138
241,338
247,802

1,111
1,097
896
801
838
931
910
740
726
746
978
1,369

770
884
761
893
876
803
741
872
1,008
841
752
827

1987
January
February
March
* il
j
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

59,674
57,015
57,086
58,775
58,930
58,808
58,849
58,266
59,393
61,716
61,015
62,187

59,092
56,457
56,554
57,914
57,744
58,066
58,176
57,635
58,435
60,765
60,400
61,379

59,315
56,742
56,821
58,188
58,025
58,338
58,370
57,761
58,850
61,219
60,788
61,862

58,592
55,809
55,878
58,931
57,165
57,665
58,048
57,238
58,784
60,291
60,289
61,117

246,646
244,260
244,924
248,661
250,545
252,634
254,642
254,190
255,332
258,676
261,488
266,310

1,068
1,211
916
827
1,079
1,190
761
1,032
793
1,129
923
1,029

580
556
527
993
1,035
776
672
647
940
943
625
777

Year and month

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1984
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1985
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1986
January
February
March
' -\

r

Z




„

:

,

Borrowings

29

13. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19812,3,4

Source

Jan.
1 Total loans and securities

5

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5 . . . . .
5 Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U S addressees7
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
11 Individual .
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural . . . .
15 State 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.

1,246.3

1,251.0

1,257.1

1,264.3

1,279.2

1,286.5

1,289.1

1,299.2

1,305.4

1,313.9

1,321.6

1,307.5

173.8
154.5
918.0
327.2
8.1
319.1
296.2
23.0
264.2
179.2
18.9
29.3
31.8
n.a.
24.3
11.6
11.2
20.4

174.7
155.4
920.9
327.8
8.0
319.8
296.1
23.7
265.9
179.9
18.7
29.0
32.0
n.a.
24.1
11.4
11.7
20.5

175.3
156.5
925.2
329.6
8.1
321.6
297.2
24.3
267.7
180.5
19.3
28.6
32.1
n.a.
23.0
11.1
11.8
21.5

176.5
156.2
931.7
332.6
8.5
324.1
299.3
24.8
269.5
180.1
19.9
28.8
32.3
n.a.
22.9
11.0
11.9
22.6

179.3
155.6
944.2
338.1
8.3
329.8
304.4
25.4
271.8
180.7
20.6
29.7
32.5
n.a.
23.7
11.1
12.0
23.9

181.0
155.7
949.8
341.8
8.4
333.4
307.7
25.7
273.7
181.0
21.3
30.1
32.6
n.a.
23.9
11.2
12.2
22.1

181.0
155.2
952.9
345.1
7.8
337.4
310.4
27.0
274.9
181.1
20.1
30.0
32.8
n.a.
24.2
11.3
12.3
21.1

181.4
154.9
962.8
350.6
6.9
343.7
316.6
27.1
277.0
18L7
18.5
30,5
32.8
n.a.
24.0
11.5
12.4
23.8

:80.i

182.2
19.6
30.3
32.9
n.a.
24.5
11.7
12.5
24.2

180.1
159.0
974.8
356.4
6.8
349.6
322.3
27.3
280.3
182.2
19.6
30.0
32.9
n.a.
23.1
12.5
12.6
25.2

177.0
162.6
981.9
360.7
6.4
354.3
327.3
27.0
281.9
182.1
21.0
30.0
33.0
n.a.
23.7
13.8
12.7
23.0

179.3
160.9
967.3
355.4
6.6
348.8
333.5
15.3
284.2
182.5
21.3
29.9
33.1
n.a.
17.9
7.2
12.7
23.1

:56.3
969.0
352.5
6.2
346.3
319.4
26.9

;:?8.7

1982s-9-10
1 Total loans and securities

5

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities . . . .
. .
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
11 Individual . . . .
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

1,309.4

1,320.7

1,329.3

1,341.0

1,348.6

1,356.4

1,363.6

1,371.4

1,379.5

1,390.1

1,391.5

1,401.3

181.0
158,5
969.9
358.4
6.5
351.9
339.0
12.9
286.0
182.8
20.5
30.2
33.4
n.a.
16.3
5.8
12.9
23.6

182.3
159.4
979.0
363.4
6.7
356.6
344.0
12.6
288.4
183.4
20.9
30.8
33.7
n.a.
16.5
5.5
13.0
23.5

181.5
161.2
986.6
366.1
6.9
359.2
346.6
12.6
291.1
183.8
20.8
31.8
33.9
n.a.
15.5
5.1
13.1
25.4

184.8
160.9
995.2
371.8
7.2
364.6
351.8
12.8
292.7
184.2
21.0
32.2
34.3
n.a.
14.7
5.1
13.1
26.0

184.3
161.8
1,002.4
376.1
7.3
368.8
356.0
12.8
294.4
184.7
20.8
32.1
34.6
n.a.
14.3
5.3
13.2
27.1

185.6
161.8
1,009.0
380.5
6.6
373.9
360.6
13.3
296.0
185.7
20.6
32.1
34.9
n.a.
14.0
5.5
13.2
26.4

186.4
161.9
1,015.3
384.2
6.1
378.1
365.0
13.0
296.4
185.9
21.9
32.3
35.3
n.a.
14.1
5.8
13.3
26.1

188.8
161.4
1,021.2
386.0
6.8
379.2
366.2
13.0
297.4
186.1
22.8
32.0
35.7
n.a.
14.0
6.0
13.3
27.9

190.9
161.6
1,€27.0
391.4
7.4
384.0
370.7
13.2
298.2
186.3
23.5
31.5
35.9
n.a.
13.6
6.3
13.4
26.9

195.1
162.1
1,032.9
393.4
7.5
385.9
372.9
13.0
298.8
186.7
24.8
31.7
36.1
n.a.
13.9
6.3
13.4
27.8

197.4
162.1
1,032.0
392.8
7.0
385.8
373.4
12.4
299.4
187.1
24.2
31.7
36.2
n.a.
14.3
6.1
13.4
26.8

201.7
165.7
1,033.9
392.6
7.2
385.4
372.8
12.6
300.0
188.2
25.2
31.2
36.2
n.a.
14.6
5.9
13.3
26.6

1Q9111 12 13,14,15,16

1 Total loans and securities

5

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial and industrial 6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U.S addressees
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual . . . .
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
1 8 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

30



1,411.7

1,418.3

1,431.3

1,441.2

1,452.6

1,468.6

1,480.9

1,495.2

1SSIM>.3 1,523.6

1,540.2

1,553.4

208.4
166.4
1,036.8
394.7
7.7
387.1
374.8
12.3
302.2
188.1
23.5
31.5
36.5
n.a.
14.6
6.0
13.4
26.3

212.9
167.3
1,038.1
394.1
6.7
387.4
375.1
12.3
303.8
188.4
23.6
31.7
36.8
n.a.
14.5
6.3
13.4
25.6

220.9
166.8
1,043.5
394.3
7.0
387.3
375.1
12.2
304.8
189.7
23.7
31.7
37.2
n.a.
15.6
6.6
13.3
26.5

227.5
168.1
1,045.6
392.0
6.4
385.6
373.6
12,1
306.8
190.9
23.6
31.2
37.6
n.a.
15.2
6.9
13.4
28.1

234.7
169.4
1,048.4
390.6
5.9
384.8
372.5
12.3
308.7
192.4
23.9
30.7
37.6
n.a.
15.3
7.0
13.4
28.7

240.9
170.8
1,056.8
393.3
5.9
387.4
374.9
12.4
311.1
194.3
24.2
30.7
37.8
n.a.
15.2
7.2
13.4
29.8

241.1
171.9
1,068.0
397.6
6.2
391.4
379.2
12.2
314.4
197.2
25.1
30.7
37.8
n.a.
14.3
7.2
13.2
30.5

241.8
173.4
1,080.1
401.5
6.3
395.3
383.0
12.3
317.4
200.2
25.7
30.7
37.9
n.a.
14.0
7.3
13.4
32.0

245.9
173.4
1,086.9
432.6
6.2
396.4
334.1
12.3
320,8
203.0
25.8
30.7
58.0
n.a.
14.2
7.3
13.4
31.1

253.0
172.7
1,097.9
406.5
6.5
399.9
387.2
12.7
324.4
206.8
26.7
30.8
38.3
n.a.
14.6
7.7
13.5
28.4

256.5
173.3
1,110.3
410.2
6.6
403.6
391.1
12.5
327.8
210.0
27.4
30.3
38.8
n.a.
14.4
8.6
13.6
29.0

259.1
170.6
1,123.7
414.1
6.6
407.5
395.2
12.3
331.0
212.9
27.8
30.5
39.2
n.a.
13.3
9.4
13.7
31.7

13. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
198417'18'19'20-21
Source
Jan.
5

1 Total loans and securities

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,565.7

.

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities .
.
.
4 Total loans and lenses5
5
Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U S addressees7
9
Non-U S addressees
10
Real estate
11
Individual
1 2 Security
13
Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14
Agricultural
15
State and political subdivisions . . .
16
Foreign banks
17
Foreign official institutions
18
Lease-financing receivables
19
All other loans

Feb.

1,584.9

1,598.3

1,613.9

1,630.5

1,641.2

1,655.2

1,666.6

1,680.5

1,691.7

1,708.7

1,722.9

259.7
142.4
1,163.6
416.2
5.4
410.8
399.0
11.9
333.9
215.3
29.5
30.2
39.5
34.0
13.1
9.0
13.8
29.0

259.3
141.9
1,183.7
424.0
5.4
418.6
406.7
11.9
338.1
218.5
33.9
30.4
39.8
34.9
13.2
9.1
13.9
27.8

261.0
142.7
1,194.6
430.6
5.6
425.0
413.2
11.8
342.0
221.8
29.2
30.3
40.1
35.6
12.6
9.1
14.0
29.3

260.9
142.5
1,210.5
436.9
5.3
431.6
419.8
11.8
346.4
225.5
28.7
30.7
40.3
36.7
12.5
8.9
14.1
29.7

259.9
141.6
1,229.0
445.2
5.8
439.3
427.9
11.4
349.7
229.7
29.0
31.1
40.3
37.8
12.1
9.0
14.3
30.6

258.3
140.7
1,242.1
450.4
5.7
444.7
433.3
11.4
353.8
233.9
28.0
31.2
40.4
39.3
11.7
8.9
14.6
29.9

257.7
140.6
1,257.0
455.7
6.1
449.6
437.9
11.7
357.0
237.2
27.5
31.5
40.4
41.1
11.8
9.6
14.8
30.5

257.8

258.3

258.5

258.7

260.0

141.7

142.7

142.7

143.2

142.6

1,267.1
458.9

1,279.6
462.4

1,290.5

1,306.9

467.1
5.5
461.6

471.1
6.1

1,320.4
472.8

5.7

5.5

453.2

456,9
446.0

441.8
11.4

450.6

465.0
454.2

6.1
466.8
456.2

10.9

11.0

360.7
240.0

364.6
243.2

367.9
246.2

249.7

376.6
253.6

26.7
31.1
40.3
41.7
11.7
9.0
15.1
31.9

29.1
31,4
40.3
42.5
11.0
8.7
15.4
31.0

30.7
31.3
40.1
43.1
10.9
8.7
15.6
28.8

31.4
31.1
40.1
44.7
11.2
7.8
15.8
30.9

33.9
31.4
40.1
45.8
11.1
7.9
16.1
31.2

10.8
373.1

10.6

198522 ,23,24,25
1 Total loans and securities

5

1,731.2

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities . .
4 Total loans and leases5
5
Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial , .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U S addressees
10
Real estate
1 1 Individual
1 2 Security . . . . . .
.....
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural . . .
15
State and political subdivisions . . .
16
Foreign banks
17
Foreign official institutions
..
18
Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

1,747.9

1,763.2

1,774.8

1,792.5

1,812.3

1,823.0

1,833.4

1,847.8

1,855.7

1,882.9

1,908.6

261.8
143.0
1,326.4
473.2
5.6
467.7
457.4
10.2
379.2
257.8
32.6
30.9
39.9
46.4
10.8
7.4
16.2
31.8

266.2
142.6
1,339.0
477.7
6.6
471.1
461.0
10.1
383.2
262.0
32.8
31.1
39.8
47.0
10.9
7.2
16.4
31.0

268.8
141.1
1,353.3
480.8
6.7
474.1
464.1
10.0
386.4
266.5
33.6
30.8
39.5
47.8
10.7
6.9
16.7
33.7

267.6
142.8
1,364.3
483.3
6.0
477.3
467.5
9.8
389.8
270.3
34.9
30.7
39.4
48.5
10.5
6.9
16.9
33.0

271.8
145.0
1,375.7
485.2
5.0
480.2
470.8
9.4
393.7
273.6
36.8
30.8
39.3
49.3
10.1
6.8
17.3
32.7

275.8
147.0
1,389.5
487.2
5.1
482.0
472.8
9.3
397.9
277.0
40.3
30.7
39.1
49.8
9.9
6.6
17.5
33.7

275.7

272.7

272.7

273.3

270.5

148.1

151.0

154.2

271.1
158.8

165.9

181.2

1,399.3
488.2

1,409.7
490.5

1,420.8
493.0

1,425.9
493.2

1,443.7
497.2

1,456.9
499.4

5.2

5.1

483.0
473.7

485.4

4.9
488.1

5.1
488.1

5.3
491.9

479.0

479.3

483.5

9.1
410.5

8.9
416.1

284.9

288.2

9.3

476.1
9.3

402.6
280.2

406.6
282.8

40.0
31.1
38.9
50.6
10.3
6.4
17.8
33.0

38.4
31.7
38.5
51.5
10.4
5.9
18.0
35.4

39.4
31.7
38.0
52.2
10.5
6.1
18.1
36,5

39.6
31.4
37.5
53.3
10.2
6.0
18.4
32.0

8.4
421.0
291.2
40.6
32.0
36.9
54.9
9.8
6.1
18.6
35.2

5.3
494.2
485.4

8.8
425.9
293.7

42.0
32.6
36.1
56.4
9.6
6.0
19.0
36.0

198626'27 ,28,29,30,31
5

...

1,933.5

1,942.7

1,957.0

1,960,4

1,969.7

1,980.2

2,001.2

2,024.6

2,045.2

2,048.1

2,063.3

2,089.9

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities .
4 Total loans and leases5
5
Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U S addressees
10
Real estate
1 1 Individual
12
Security . . . . ,
13 Nonbankfinancialinstitutions . . . .
14
Agricultural
15
State and political subdivisions . . .
16
Foreign banks
17
Foreign official institutions
18
Lease-financing receivables
19
All other loans

267.0
193.2
1,473.4
502.1
5.1
497.1
487.4
9.6
429.9
296.6
44.3
32.3
35.9
58.7
9.3
5.9
19.7
38.8

271.7
190.3
1,480.7
504.1
5.1
499.0
489.4
9.6
434.3
299.1
44.5
31.8
35.5
59.3
9.3
6.0
19.9
36.8

270.6
186.8
1,499.5
506.0
5.3
500.7
491.1
9.6
439.3
301.0
51.0
32.5
35.1
59.7
9.6
6.0
20.1
39.4

273.3
185.0
1,502.0
509.1
5.4
503.7
493.9
9.8
444.0
302,7
46.6
32.0
34.7
60.0
9.8
6.0
20.2
37.0

276.2
185.0
1,508.5
509.2
6.0
503.1
493.2
9.9
449.1
304.2
44.7
33.4
34.3
60.3
10.0
6.0
20.2
37.1

278.2
186.2
1,515.8
512.8
6.2
506.5
497.0
9.6
453.6
305.6
40.9
34.6
33.7
60.6
10.2
6.0
20.4
37.4

286.3

304.2

309.3

200.1

197.6

196.1

1,526.1

1,537.2

294.6
204.3
1,546.3

299.5

188.8

291.4
195.9

1,548.6

1,561,5

513.6
5.8

514.9
5.7

507.8
498.7

509.2

517.1
5.2
511.9
503.1
8.8

521.5
4.9
516.6
508.1
8.4

1,584.5
535.6

477.4

483.4

494.0

311.8
39.1
35.8
32.3
60.5
9.4
6.0
22.0
37.2

313.0
40.6
35.0
32.0
60.0
9.4
6.1
22.2
38.4

314.4
39.1
35.0
31.6
58.1
9.6
5.9
22.4
38.7

1 Total loans and securities




.

9.2

500.1
9.1

459.0
306.5

466.2
308.7

43.6
34.7
33.3
60.8
10.3
6.1
20.5
37.6

42.8
34.8
33.0
60.9
9.9
6.1
20.7
39.2

516.9
5.5
510.4
501.5
8.9
471.2
310.5
42.6
35.2
32.7
61.1
9.7
6.0
21.2
40.2

4.7
531.0
522.5

8.5

31

13. Loans and securities of ail commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19g732,33,34,3S,36,37,38,39,40,41

Source

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities . . . .
4 Total loans and leases^
5 Commercial and industrial .6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U S addressees
10 Real estate . . .
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions .
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,114.0

2,120.1 2,130.7

2,152.0

2,166.0

2,176.7

2,181.3 2,199.0

2,214.7

2,227.6

2,232.1

2,230.6

313.6
189.6
1,610.7
547.9
5.0
542.9
533.9
9.0
504.8
315.5
38.8
35.5
31.2
56.2
9.7
6.1
22.4
42.7

314.7
192.0
1,613.5
548.0
5.0
543.0
534.3
8.8
509.7
316.0
39.8
35.1
30.7
56.4
9.5
6.2
22.5
39.3

315.4
193.1
1,622.3
546.2
4.7
541.5
533.2
8.3
517.1
316.8
40.1
35.4
30.2
56.6
9.1
6.8
22.7
41.2

318.1
194.4
1,639.6
549.1
4.8
544.3
536.0
8.3
524.8
317.8
44.6
35.6
29.9
56.4
9.3
6.8
23.3
42.0

321.3
195.5
1,649.3
551.9
4.8
547.1
539.0
8.1
532.6
319.1
43.6
35.8
30.0
56.2
9.3
6.1
23.7
41.1

321.3
195.9
1,659.6
554.4
4.6
549.8
541.3
8.4
542.6
318.9
44.0
34.6
30.0
55.9
9.6
5.8
23.9
39.9

322.9
194.3
1,664.1
553.6
4.5
549.1
540.8
8.4
549.6
319.7
43.9
32.9
29.8
55.3
9.0
5.7
23.9
40.5

331.3
193.7
1,689.8
559.0
5.4
553.6
545.6
8.0
551.7
322.8
46.1
31.8
29.6
54.5
9.2
5.7
24.1
45.2

331.7
194.2
1,701.7
562.8
5.6
557.3
549.3
8.0
569.4
324.1
47.1
32.1
29.6
54.1
9.6
5.8
24.3
42.7

331.1
196.2
1,704.8
563.1
4.6
558.5
550.9
7.6
576.2
325.0
39.3
32.3
29.4
53.4
8.8
5.7
24.5
47.1

333.2
196.0
1,701.4
565.5
4.3
561.2
553.0
8.2
582.3
325.9
33.6
32.3
29.3
51.2
8.2
5.6
24.8
42.7

Jan.
1 Total loans and securities5

Feb.

July

Aug.

328.5
193.7
1,676.8
554.0
5.3
548.7
540.5
8.2
556.8
321.5
45.4
32.0
29.7
54.5
9.1
5.7
24.0
44.0

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19812,3,4

Source
1 Total loans and securities5
2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial and industrial .6 .
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U S addressees
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
...
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease- financing receivables
19 All other loans

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1,252,7

1,250.3

1,254.9

1,264.3

173.9
155.8
923.0
327.9
8.2
319.6
296.2
23.4
264.6
180.6
19.4
29.3
31.5
n.a.
25.4
11.6
11.3
21.5

175.5
155.6
919.2
327.2
7.9
319.2
295.4
23.8
265.7
179.5
18.2
28.9
31.4
n.a.
23.8
11.4
11.8
21.3

176.8
156.7
921.4
329.3
8.0
321.4
297.0
24.3
267.0
178.9
19.1
28.4
31.4
n.a.
22.6
11.1
11.9
21.8

179.5
155.9
929.0
333.6
8.4
325.2
300.6
24.6
268.6
178.8
20.1
28.7
31.7
n.a.
22.1
11.0
11.9
22.5

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,275.1 1,286.0

1,283.8

1,293.2

1,305.5

1,313.5

1,322.5

1,316.6

182.0
155.2
948.9
341.5
8.5
333.0
308.1
24.9
273.2
180.1
21.8
30.0
32.9
n.a.
23.3
11.2
12.2
22.6

180.1
153.8
949.9
344.5
7.9
336.6
309.9
26.7
274.4
180.0
19.1
29.8
33.3
n.a.
23.9
11.3
12.3
21.2

180.1
154.3
958.8
348.5
6.8
341.6
315.0
26.7
277.0
181.6
18.2
30.5
33.4
n.a.
23.8
11.5
12.4
21.9

179.5
135.5
970.4
3t>2.5
6.3
3<-6.2
319.3
26.9
219.3
U3.1
18.9
30.4
33.5
n.a.
25.4
11.7
12.5
23.1

178.3
158.6
976.6
356.2
6.6
349.6
322.4
27.1
281.2
183.4
19.3
30.0
33.5
n.a.
23.9
12.5
12.5
24.1

175.2
162.5
984.8
360.7
6.4
354.3
326.8
27.4
282.6
183.1
21.6
30.1
33.2
n.a.
24 A
13.8
12.6
22.9

178.6
162.1
975.9
357.0
7.2
349.9
334.4
15.5
284.9
:184.5
23.1
30.3
32.9
n.a.
18.6
7.2
12.7
24.6

May

179.2
156.3
939.5
338.1
8.0
330.1
305.4
24.8
271.2
179.6
20.0
29.5
32.3
n.a.
22.9
11.1
12.0
22.7

June

19828-9'10
1 Total loans and securities5
2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial and industrial 6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U. S. addressees
10 Real estate . .
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

32



1,315.1

1,320.6

1,327.5

1,341.3

1,346.2

1,356.2

1,358.5

1,365.7

1,379.0

1,389.2

1,392.0

1,410.6

181.3
160.3
973.4
358.3
6.4
351.9
338.9
13.0
286.4
184.4
21.3
30.4
32.9
n.a.
16.5
5.8
13.0
24.3

183.5
159.9
977.1
362.3
6.6
355.7
343.1
12.6
288.1
183.1
20.5
30.6
33.0
n.a.
16.6
5.5
13.1
24.4

183.2
161.6
982.8
366.1
6.7
359.4
346.7
12.8
290.3
182.2
20.6
31.4
33.1
n.a.
15.2
5.1
13.2
25.4

187.7
160.7
993.0
372.8
7.1
365.7
353.0
12.7
291.8
182.9
21.2
32.2
33.6
n.a.
14.1
5.1
13.2
26.2

184.5
162.4
999.3
377.2
7.1
370.1
357.3
12.8
293.7
183.5
20.2
31.9
34.4
n.a.
13.8
5.3
13.2
26.1

186.4
161.1
1,008.6
381.2
6.9
374.3
361.2
13.1
295.6
184.6
20.9
32.1
35.2
n.a.
13.5
5.5
13.2
26.7

185.8
160.1
1,012.6
383.8
6.3
377.6
364.5
13.1
296.0
184.8
20.8
32.2
36.0
n.a.
14.0
5.8
13.3
26.0

187.6
160.8
1,017.3
384.0
6.7
377.3
364.3
13.0
297.4
185.9
22.2
32.0
36.4
n.a.
13.9
6.0
13.2
26.2

190.2
163.9
1,027.9
391.1
7.4
3E3.6
37X4
13.3
2919
187-1
22.5
31.6
36.7
n.a.
14.1
i'j.3
133
26.4

193.0
161.5
1,034.7
392.8
7.3
385.5
372.6
12.9
299.6
187.8
24.5
31.7
36.7
n.a,
14.4
6.3
13.3
27.6

195.4
161.9
1,034.7
392.4
7.0
385.4
372.6
12.7
300.1
188.2
25.0
31.9
36.4
n.a.
14.6
6.1
13.3
26.9

200,7
166.8
1,043,1
394,2
7,7
386,4
373,8
12,6
300.6
190.5
27.3
31.7
36.0
n.a.
15.2
5.9
13.3
28.3

13. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
198311'12 ,13,14,15,16
Source

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

1,417.8

1,418.3

1,430.1

1,442.3

1,451.0

1,468.4

1,476.0

1,489.1

1,504.7

1,521.2

1,539.7

1,562.9

208.8
168.8
1,040.2
394.4
7.5
386.9
374.6
12.3
302.6
189.9
24.5
31.6
35.9
n.a.
14.8
6.0
13.5
27.0

214.7
168.0
1,035.6
392.9
6.5
386.4
374,2
12.2
303.4
188.1
23.1
31.4
36.0
n.a.
14.5
6.3
13,5
26.4

223.1
167.2
1,039.8
394.9
6.9
388.0
375.8
12.3
304.1
188.1
23.4
31.2
36.2
n.a.
15.4
6.6
13.4
26.4

230.6
167,9
1,043.8
393.3
6.3
387.0
375.0
12.0
306.0
189.4
24.0
31.1
36.8
n.a.
14.6
6.9
13.4
28.3

235.0
169.9
1,046.1
392.2
5.8
386.5
374.1
12.3
308.1
191.0
23.4
30.6
37.5
n.a.
14.8
7.0
13.4
28.0

241.5
170.1
1,056.8
394.1
6.1
388.0
375.7
12.3
310.8
193.1
24.5
30.7
38.2
n.a.
14.8
7.2
13.4
30.1

240.4
170.0
1,065.6
397.3
6.3
391.0
378.8
12.2
314.0
196.1
24.0
30.7
38.5
n.a.
14.3
7.2
13.2
30.2

240.4
172.9
1,075.8
399.3
6.1
393.1
380.9
12.3
317.4
200.0
24.8
30.7
38,8
n.a.
13.9
7.3
13.3
30.2

244.9
172.8
1,087.0
401.8
6.2
395.6
383.2
12.3
321.6
203.8
24.7
30.9
39.0
n.a.
14.5
7.3
13.3
30.1

250.2
171.9
1,099.1
405.2
6.4
398.8
386.2
12.6
325.2
207.9
26.5
30.7
39.1
n.a.
14.9
7.7
13.4
28.3

254.2
172.8
1,112.6
409.6
6.7
402.9
390.1
12.8
328.5
211.2
28.3
30.5
39.0
n.a.
14.7
8.6
13.5
28.8

257.8
171.6
1,133.6
415.7
7.0
408.7
396.2
12.5
331.6
215.7
30.1
31.1
38.9
n.a.
13.9
9.4
13.7
33.6

Jan.
1 Total loans and securities5
2 U S government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and le;ises5
5 Commercial and industrial 6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U.S. addressees .
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual
....
12 Security . . . . .
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural .
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks .
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

Feb.

198417<
1 Total loans and securities

5

.

2 U S government securities . ,
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial and industrial 6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U S addressees7 . . . .
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
....
11 Individual
12 Security
. ..
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
..
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

8,19,20,21

1,572.2

1,585.3

1,597.4

1,615.3

1,628.9

1,640.8

1,650.6

1,659.9

1,678.5

1,688.8

1,708.2

1,734.2

260.3
144.7
1,167.2
415.6
5.2
410.4
398.6
11.8
334.2
217.4
30.9
30.3
38.8
35.2
13.3
9.0
13.9
28.5

261.9
142.6
1,180.8
422.9
5.3
417.6
405.9
11.8
337.6
218.1
33.0
30.1
38.8
35.7
13.2
9.1
14.0
28.2

263.6
142.9
1,191.0
432.1
5.5
426.6
414.7
11.8
341.2
219.8
28.7
29.8
39.0
36.2
12.4
9.1
14.1
28.4

263.7
142.3
1,209.4
438.9
5.3
433.5
421.9
11.7
345.5
223.6
29.4
30.6
39.4
37.0
12.0
8.9
14.2
29.8

260.1
141.8
1,227.0
447.4
.5.8
441.6
430.1
11.5
349.1
228.1
28.7
31.0
40.1
37.8
11.8
9.0
14.4
29.8

258.2
140.2
1,242.4
451.6
5.9
445.7
434.4
11.3
353.5
232.4
28.3
31.3
40.8
39.0
11.5
8.9
14.6
30.5

257.2
139.2
1,254.3
455.2
6.2
449.0
437.3
11.7
356.8
236.1
26.6
31.4
41.3
40.5
11.8
9.6
14.8
30.2

256.7
141.5
1,261.8
456.2
5.6
450.7
439.3
11.4
360.8
239.9
25.5
31.2
41.3
41.2
11.5
9.0
15.1
30.0

257.3
142.4
1,278.8
460.7
5.5
455.3
444.3
10.9
365.5
244.2
27.9
31.7
41.4
41.8
11.3
8.7
15.3
30.2

255.7
142.0
1,291.0
464.9
5.4
459.5
448.5
11.0
368.7
247.5
30.3
31.2
41.0
42.4
11.1
8.7
15.5
29.7

257.1
142.7
1,308.4
470.1
6.2
463.9
452.7
11.2
373.8
251.0
32.1
31.4
40.4
43.8
11.4
7.8
15.7
31.0

259.0
143.2
1,332.0
474.9
6.3
468.5
457.8
10.8
377.2
257.0
36.3
32.2
39.8
45.8
11.5
7.9
16.1
33.3

198522,23,24,25

1 Total loans and securities5
2 U S government securities . ,
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases5
5 Commercial ars.d industrial 6
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U S addressees7 . . . .
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual . . . .
12 Security
...
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks .
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans




1,738.5

1,749.1

1,762.4

1,776.2

1,790.7

1,811.1

1,817.9

1,825.8

1,845.2

1,851.7

1,882.3

1,921.5

262.5
145.3
1,330.7
472.5
5.4
467.1
457.0
10.1
379.4
260.4
33.9
31.1
39.1
48.0
11.0
7.4
16.4
31.5

269.4
143.3
1,336.4
476.6
6.5
470.1
460.2
9.9
382.6
261.5
31.8
30.5
38.6
48.2
11.0
7.2
16.6
31.8

271.2
141.1
1,350.1
483.5
6.7
476.8
466.8
10.0
385.6
264.1
:33.1
30.1
38.4
48.6
10.5
6.9
16.8
32.6

269.4
142.6
1,364.2
486.0
6.0
480.0
470.3
9.7
389.0
268.0
35.9
30.6
38.4
48.9
10.1
6.9
17.0
33.3

271.5
145.1
1,374.1
487.7
5.0
482.8
473.3
9.5
393.1
271.6
36.8
30.7
39.0
49.3
9.8
6.8
17.3
32.1

274.7
146.5
1,390.0
488.5
5.3
483.3
474.1
9.2
397.6
275.3
41.0
30.7
39.5
49.4
9.7
6.6
17.6
34.0

275.3
146.8
1,395.8
487.2
5.3
481.9
472.6
9.3
402.6
279.1
39.0
31.0
39.7
49.9
10.3
6.4
17.8
32.9

272.0
150.9
1,402.9
487.1
5.0
482.1
472.8
9.3
406.7
282.8
36.7
31.7
39.5
50.9
10.2
5.9
17.9
33.4

272.1
154.2
1,419.0
490.5
5.0
485.6
476.4
9.1
411.4
286.1
38.0
32.1
39.2
51.4
10.8
6.1
18.0
35.6

268.4
158.0
1,425.4
490.2
5.0
485.3
476.4
8.9
416.8
289.6
38.8
31.3
38.5
52.4
10.4
6.0
18.2
33.1

272.3
165.4
1,444.6
496.1
5.3
490.8
481.9
8.9
421.7
292.7
41.2
32.4
37.2
53.9
9.9
6.1
18.4
35.1

269.9
181.8
1,469.8
502.1
5.4
496.7
487.5
9.1
426.6
297.6
44.7
33.6
35.9
56.4
10.0
6,0
19.0
37.9

33

13. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
]9gg26, 27,28,29,30,31

Source

Jan.

1 Total loans and securities

5

2 U.S. government securities
....
3 Other securities
5
4 Total loans and leases
....
5
Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held** . . . .
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U S addressees7
9
Non-U.S. addressees
....
10 Real estate
11 Individual .
....
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
....
15 State 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.

Nov.

Dec.

1,943.0

1,945.1

1,956.4

1,961.5

1,967.8

1,978.3

1,994.4

2,015.6

2,042.1 2,043.3

2,062.5

2,104.6

267.9
196.2
1,479.0
501.4
4.8
496.6
487.3
9.3
430.1
299.5
45.8
32.6
35.0
60.7
9.5
5.9
19.8
38.5

275.3
191.2
1,478.6
503.2
5.0
498.2
488.8
9.4
433.7
298.5
43.0
31.1
34.5
60.7
9.5
6.0
20.1
38.3

272.7
186.6
1,497 1
509.7
5.3
504.4
494.9
9.5
438.5
298.2
50.3
31.6
34.0
60.8
9.4
6.0
20.2
38.5

274.1
184.7
1,502.7
512.3
5.3
507.0
497.3
9.7
443.2
300.0
48.2
31.9
33.8
60.6
9.4
6.0
20.3
37.1

275.5
185.1
1 ,507 2
511.8
6.0
505.8
495.8
9.9
448.5
301.8
44.9
33.2
34.0
60.3
9.7
6.0
20.3
36.6

276.2
185.7
1,516.4
514.3
6.4
507.9
498.4
9.4
453.4
303.7
41.9
34.7
34.1
60.2
10.1
6.0
20.5
37.7

285.8
187.3
1,521.3
511.9
5.9
506.0
496.8
9.2
459.1
305.3
42.8
34.5
34.0
59.9
10.2
6.1
20.5
37.0

290.9
195.8
1,528.9
511.1
5.7
505.4
496.3
9.1
466.3
308.7
40.7
34.8
33.9
60.2
9.7
6.1
20.7
36.7

294.3
204.3
1,143.6
H2.9
5.5
<07.3
498.3
9.0
472.0
311.9
41.3
35.7
33.7
60.2
9.9
6.0
21.1
39.0

296.9
199.0
1,547.3
513.5
5.1
508.4
499.5
8.9
478.0
313.3
38.0
35.7
33.2
59.5
9.6
6.0
21.7
38.8

303.8
197.0
1,561.8
520.3
4.9
515.4
506.4
8.9
484.1
314.6
40.8
35.4
32.2
58.9
9.5
6.1
21.9
38.0

309.1
196.6
1,598.8
539.0
4.8
534.2
525.5
8.7
494.7
318.6
41.5
36.3
31.4
58. 1
10.0
5.9
22.4
40.9

Sept.

Oct.

19g732,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,4Q,41

1 Total loans and securities

5

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities .
....
4 Total loans and leases5
5
Commercial and industrial
....
6
Bankers acceptances held6
7
Other commercial and industrial . .
8
U.S. addressees7
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual . .
....
12
Security
13 Nonbank Financial institutions . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions . . .
16 Foreign banks . . . . . .
....
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease- financing receivables . . . . . .
19 All other loans

34



2,125.1

2,124.0

2,130.7

2,153.1

2,163.4

2,173.7

2,172.8

2,188.8

2,211.6

2,222.4

2,231.3

2,247.0

314.9
192.3
1,617.9
547.3
4.8
542.5
534.1
8.5
505.1
318.7
40.1
35.8
30.4
58.1
10.0
6.1
22.6
43.7

319.3
192.7
1,612.0
547.3
5.0
542.3
533.8
8.5
509.1
315.4
38.4
34.1
29.7
57.8
9.8
6.2
22.7
41.5

317.4
192.7
1,620.6
550.7
4.6
546.1
537.9
8.1
516.3
313.8
39.6
34.3
29.2
57.6
9.0
6.8
22.9
40.3

318.0
194.0
1,641.1
552.8
4.8
548.0
539.9
8.2
523.9
315.0
46.4
35.5
29.1
56.9
8.9
6.8
23.5
42.4

320.0
195.5
1,647.9
554.4
4.8
549.6
541.4
8.2
532.0
316.5
43.9
35.6
29.7
56.2
9.0
6.1
23.8
40.7

318.4
195.3
1,660.0
555.9
4.7
551.2
542.7
8.5
542.4
316.9
45.4
34.7
30.3
55.5
9.5
5.8
24.0
39.6

322.1
193.0
1,657.7
551.3
4.6
546.7
538.1
8.6
549.7
318.4
43.3
32.7
30.5
54.5
9.0
5.7
23.9
38.7

328.3
193.6
1,666.9
549.5
5.3
544.2
535.9
8.3
556.8
321.5
43.3
31.9
30.6
53.9
8.9
5.7
23.9
40.8

331.3
193.8
1,686.6
555.7
5.5
550.2
542.1
8.2
552.4
324.3
44.8
32.3
30.7
33.7
9.5
5.7
24.Q
43.6

329.3
193.3
1,699.8
558.7
5.4
553.3
545.2
8.1
570.0
325.7
45.6
32.2
30.4
53.2
9.8
5.8
23.9
44.4

331.0
195.6
1,704.7
562.0
4.6
557.4
549.2
8.2
576.8
326.7
39.4
32.7
29.6
52.3
8.8
5.7
24.2
46.4

333.1
196.6
1,717.3
569.6
4.4
565.2
557.0
8.2
583.2
330.2
35.3
33.6
29.1
51.2
8.6
5.6
24.8
46.2

14. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banking institutions1
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
19 84

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

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
Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches,
not seasonally adjusted4
Gross due from balances
Gross due to ba ances
Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions,
not seasonallv 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

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

90 8
90.5

95 5
97.0

100 2
101.4

105.0
105.4

113.5
114.7

104.4
103.1

104.1
101.3

107.3
107.2

109.4
108.6

110 1
109.5

113 0
114.6

110 1
110.3

134 9
134 6

136 9
138.4

136 8
138.0

138 1
138.5

140 8
142.0

136.9
135.6

136 8
133.9

141 5
141.4

142 8
142.1

141 8
141 2

144 4
146 0

140 4
140 6

-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
73.3
34 5

-37 6
72.2
34 5

-34.9
73.8
38 8

-33.2
73.6
40 3

-29.8
73.5
43 6

-32.8
73.8
40.9

-33.0
71.2
38.1

-34.9
72.7
37 7

-35.1
71.5
362

-34.0
69.7
35 6

-32 5
68.2
35 6

= 31 2
69.0
37 7

-5 2
54.0
48 7

-3 6
51.1
47 3

= 15
49.9
48 3

.2
49.2
49 4

26
49.3
51 9

.4
50.3
50.8

.5
51.6
52.0

0.8
51.1
520

18
51.1
52 9

24
50.1
52 4

12
500
51 2

10
51 2
52 2

79.2
78 9

79.2
807

78.7
799

80.9
81.3

80.7
81.9

77.4
76.0

77.4
74.6

79.7
79.6

80.2
79.4

80.0
794

81.0
82 6

78.6
78 8

15 8
19.6

18 8
22.3

17 7
17.5

15 8
16.5

11.5
12.8

13.4
12.4

11.0
11.9

13.2
10.3

16.4
17.5

10 5
11.0

16 3
10.4

15 0
12.5

288.2
288 1

286.8
286 1

289.3
289 9

291.7
289 8

301.4
300 3

310.5
309.0

314.7
313.2

314.6
315 7

314.9
316 9

320,9
322 1

322.3
322 8

326.7
327 5

19 85

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, 3 and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally iidjusted . .
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonal!;/ adjusted
Domestically chattered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches,
not seasonally adjusted4
Gross due from balances
Gross due to bi lances
Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted5
Gross due from balances
Gross due to bnlances
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




103 3
103.0

110.0
112.0

112.2
113.5

104.6
104.9

112.1
113.1

113.8
111.7

108.8
105.5

112.0
111.8

113.6
113.1

117.6
117.2

121.3
123.1

128.0
128.4

138 2
137.9

141 3
143.3

140 9
142.2

1365
136.8

140 5
141.5

146.5
144.4

145.8
142.5

141.9
141.7

142.3
141.8

143 0
142.6

148 3
150.2

152 9
153.3

-34.8

-31.2

-28.6

-31.8

-28.3

-32.5

-36.9

-29.8

-28.6

= 25.3

= 27.0

-24.8

-34.7
71 4
36.6

-31.5
705
38.9

-29.4
71.4
41.9

-32.3
74.8
42.4

-29.4
74.5
44.9

-32.4
76.4
44.0

-38.2
79.2
40.8

-32.7
75.8
43.0

= 30.6
74.7
44.0

-28.5
74.2
45.5

-30.1
74.1
43.9

-30.5
73.8
43.3

.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
53.1
^2.9

1.3
54.5
55.9

2.9
55.0
57.9

2.0
55.9
57.8

3.3
55.2
58.4

3.1
55.8
59.0

5.6
54.8
60.4

79 4
79.1

824
84.4

83.4
84.8

80.9
81.2

81.9
82.9

84.0
81.9

83.7
80.5

83.0
82.8

84.6
84.1

84.4
84.0

84.8
86.7

88.3
88.7

14.3
18 5

12.8
15.8

13.4
12 8

15.0
15.4

18.4
20.9

16.2
14.9

21.3
23.1

17.2
13.4

15.7
16.8

5,5
5.4

11,7
7.9

17.2
14.6

3260
325.9

326.0
325.2

329.6
330.6

332.1
330.7

330.1
329.7

328.2
327.1

324.9
323.2

327.2
327.7

331.8
333.1

335.8
336.6

337.5
337.8

339.3
339.8

35

14. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1986

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

Feb.

131.3
131.2

133.7
136 1

151.0
150.9

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

143.2
144.4

134.6
1344

137.5
138.1

134.1
131.6

136.3
132.8

138.2
138.0

142.5
142 5

140.8
140 6

1449
147 0

146.0
146 7

154 3
156.6

161.9
163.2

160 1
159.9

158.9
159.5

157.8
155.3

165.7
162.2

167.6
167.5

1667
166.7

1680
167.8

166 8
168 9

165 2
165.9

-19.6

= 20.4

-18.6

= 25.4

-21.2

-23.6

= 29.3

-29.3

-24.1

-27.1

-21 8

- 19 1

= 27.9
74 3
46.4

-25.7
69 4
43.6

-26.4
71 7
45.2

= 30.1
75 2
45.1

-29.2
72 9
43.6

-30.4
72.2
41.7

-33.7
73 9
40.1

-31.1
75.2
44.0

= 29.1
74 0
44 8

= 31.8
73 5
41.6

-28 6
70 8
42 1

•=30 5
73 3
42 7

82
57.6
65.8

52
60 0
65.2

78
60.6
68.4

47
62 5
67.2

80
600
67.9

68
62.8
69.6

44
642
68.6

18
663
68.0

50
67 9
729

47
68 5
73 2

68
69 5
763

11 4
72 1
83 5

87.5
87.4

89 5
91.8

90 5
91.7

902
90.0

90.0
90.6

89.9
87.5

95.4
91.9

96.1
96.0

95 7
95.7

97 2
96.9

97 6
99 7

97 9
98 6

18.3
24.0

19 7
24.3

17.2
15.7

17 6
17.8

18.5
21.8

17.2
16.1

15.1
16.8

14.3
11.1

17 5
18.2

16 6
15.3

220
15.3

22 8
19.2

348.6
3489

351.8
351 1

347.3
348 8

345.1
3442

340.8
341.0

340.4
339.6

341.3
339 2

345.0
344.8

345.7
^464

344.3
344 5

344.6
344 8

347.7
341 9

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1987

Total nondeposit funds
1 Seasonally adjusted2
2 Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, 3 and other borrowings
from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted .
.
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
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 seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

36



154.4
154.6

159.6
162.2

165.3
166.4

161.4
160.9

170.7
170.8

167.2
164.1

160.4
156.8

166.8
166.9

177.3
177.7

176.3
176.3

173 8
176.1

177 1
178.2

170.6
170.8

172 1
174.6

172.0
173.1

172.2
171.7

170,6
170.7

168.4
165.3

167.3
163.6

167.1
167.2

165 0
165.4

164 7
164.8

165 9
1683

162 2
163.1

= 16 1

-12 3

=66

-10 7

1

-1 1

-6 8

-2

12 3

11 6

79

15 1

-26.0
71.5
45.4

-23 7
68.3
44 5

-21.0
66.0
44.9

= 22 9
70.5
47 5

-15,4
68.5
53 0

-15.4
67.1
51.5

-22.1
66.4
44.2

-17 6
64.5
46.8

--11 7
63.8
52 0

= 14 6
67.7
53 0

= 1? 0
70.4
53 3

= 140
69.6
55 5

9.9
76.6
86.5

11.3
74 1
85.4

14.4
72.0
86.4

12.2
73 4
85.6

15.5
760
91.5

14.3
77.4
91.8

15.4
77 4
92.8

17.4
77.7
95.0

24.1
77 3
101.4

26.3
79 7
106.0

24.9
83 2
108 2

29.2
79 8
1090

100.4
100.6

97.9
1004

96.3
97.4

99.2
98 7

99.9
100.0

101.9
98.8

103.0
99.4

105.2
105.3

107.4
307 8

107.6
107 6

107 0
109 3

106 5
107 4

20.8
27.5

22 7
28.6

18.9
17.1

21 4
21.6

25.3
30.8

26.9
25.5

24.4
26.6

28 5
21.6

24 9
25.5

34 2
30.7

35 7
25.8

26 1
22.4

351.6
352.3

354.2
354 1

355.9
357.7

358.9
358 5

365.7
366 3

372.1
371.4

372.5
3700

372.3
371 8

373.0
373 2

380.5
380 4

387.0
387 0

389,2
189 3

15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks—Last Wednesday of month
A. All commercial banking institutions1
Billions of dollars

1985
Account

Jan.
1,861.3
1 Loans and securities
385.6
2 Investment securities
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
247.4
securities
4
Other . . .
138.3
24.2
5 Trading account assets
1,451.5
6 Total loans .
123.9
7
Interbank loans
1,327.6
8
Loans excluding interbank
471.9
9
Commercial and industrial . . . .
380.9
10
Real estate
261.0
11
Individual
12
All other .
213.9
13 Total cash assets
189.1
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
21.0
Banks . „
15 Cash in vault
21.9
16 Cash items in process of
67.7
collection
17 Demand balances at U.S. depository
30.5
institutions
18 Other cash assets
48.1
197.3
19 Other assets

May

June

July

Aug.

1,906.3
389.4

1,915.3
395.8

1,936.1
398.6

1,955.2
398.7

1,958.9
399.1

253.4
134.7
23.7
1,477.3
125.2
1,352.0
485.4
386.4
265.0
215.2
184.4

253.1
136.3
23.5
1,493.4
128.9
1,364.5
485.3
389.7
269.1
220.3
188.3

257.7
138.1
23.5
1,496.0
123.7
1,372.3
487.5
394.4
272.9
217.6
203.4

259.4
139.2
23.1
1,514.3
123.8
1,390.5
488.2
399.1
276.7
226.5
192.0

259.6
139.1
22.3
1,534.3
134.0
1,400.2
488.5
404.1
280.8
226.8
199.4

19.7
21.9

19.9
21.3

23.0
21.4

20.8
23.3

21.7
22.3

69.7

64.7

64.4

76.7

31.6
47.8
201.2

31.0
47.5
194.6

30.1
49.5
195.3

Feb.

Mar.

1,881.0
386.8

1,889.2
388.2

250,7
136,1
27.6
1,466.6
127.2
1,339.3
478.7
383.2
262.4
215.0
190.6

| Apr.

|

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1,976.2
401.8

1,989.3
402.2

2,041.9
411.6

2,077.4
422.6

256.2
142.9
24.2
1,535.6
131.3
1,404.4
486.6
408.1
284.5
225.2
189.7

255.5
146.3
26.4
1,548.0
130.9
1,417.1
490.2
412.4
286.8
227.8
189.9

251.0
151.2
25.0
1,562.1
132.9
1,429.2
492.0
418.9
291.4
226.9
191.5

253.6
157.9
32.0
1,598.4
147.7
1,450.7
497.3
422.8
294.0
236.6
209.2

252.9
169.8
31.1
1,623.6
147.4
1,476.2
502.4
427.0
299.0
247.8
213.2

21.1
22.0

24.6
22.7

24.9
22.1

19.6
22.6

20.5
21.5

27.7
22.3

68.6

70.8

62.7

61.7

68.4

82.6

79.7

35.1
47.6
191.6

31.4
48.0
199.2

33.6
51.8
203.9

30.9
48.8
190.3

30.8
50.3
194.5

31.7
49.2
188.6

35.7
49.0
196.5

36.2
47.4
201.3

| Sept.

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital

2,247.7

2,272.8

2,268.2

2,289.9

2,310.2

2,327.2

2,358.5

2,338.9

2,360.6

2,369.3 2,447.6

2,491.9

21 Total deposits

1,610.1

1,623.8

1,632.4

1,644.2

1,668.3

1,667.4

1,693.2

1,684.9

1,691.7

1,714.9

1,752.8

1,773.6

Transaction accounts
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less liabilities)

457.9
401.0
751.2
312.1
170.0
155,6

459.8
408.3
755.8
313.9
178.3
156.8

458.0
411.5
762.9
304.7
173.5
157.6

465.8
411.5
767.0
313.9
172.3
159.5

480.8
420.3
767.2
310.2
171.2
160.5

474.8
427.5
765.1
322.8
175.2
161.8

493,4
436.4
763.4
327.1
174.0
164.2

476.6
438.6
769.6
314.0
174.9
165.1

476.1
440.5
775.1
329.0
173.9
166.0

493.3
446.0
775.7
316.4
170.8
167.2

524.2
450.5
778.2
359.9
167.1
167.8

539.2
452.0
782.4
372.9
175.9
169.4

MEMO
28 U.S. government securities
(including trading account)
29 Other securities {including trading
account) .
30 U S Treasury tax and loan

264.4

272.2

270.9

269.4

272.6

275.1

273.5

270.4

272.7

267.0

273.7

268.7

145.4
21,174

142.2
13,957

141.0
10,885

143.5
20,187

146.6
11,262

146.7
19,233

147.5
21,759

153.0
10,781

155.5
22,499

160.2
535

169.9
12,747

185.1
20,552

22
23
24
25
26
27




37

15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks—Last Wednesday of month—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars

1<)86

Jan.
1 Loans and securities
2,073 1
2 Investment securities
434.7
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
251.7
securities
4
Other
183 0
30.1
5 Trading account assets
1,608.4
6 Total loans
138.5
7
Interbank loans
8
Loans excluding interbank
1,469.9
9
Commercial and industrial . . . .
498.6
10
Real estate
431.3
11
Individual
299 5
12
All other
240.4
186 9
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
220
Banks
15 Cash in vault .
23.1
16 Cash items in process of
64.2
collection
....
17 Demand balances at U.S.
depository institutions
31 6
18 Other cash assets
46.1
19 Other assets
184.9

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,087.3
435.1

2,099.8
429.5

2,122.2
432.4

2,112.6
433.9

2,117.8
435.9

2,145.8
448.9

2,166.4
459.9

2,180.7
459.3

2 1825
471.4

2225 4
474.7

2 315 4
479.3

255.1
1800
34.0
1,618.2
140.7
1,477.5
504.4
434.7
2987
239.8
194 3

253.1
176.4
30.1
1,640.3
142.9
1,497.3
511.0
439.6
298.2
248.5
198,8

255.9
176.5
27.7
1,662.1
152.7
1,509.5
513.6
445.2
301.6
249.2
211 2

257.6
176.4
26.9
1,651.8
145.4
1,506.4
509.5
449.6
302.1
245.2
223.0

259.5
176.4
27.3
1,654.7
138.9
1,515.8
516.2
454.3
304.6
240.8
198.7

269.4
179.5
28.6
1,668.3
149.3
1,519.0
510.0
460.6
306.1
242.3
209.2

273.4
186.6
29.3
1,677.2
146.4
1,530.8
511.4
468.2
310.2
241.1
208.6

277.3
1'32.1
1,6«3,7
141.2
1,542.5
5:.2.3
4'r2.6
3:2.4
2*5.2
IS'9.8

283.5
188 0
26.0
1,685.1
141 5
1,543.5
512.8
479.3
313 8
237.6
204 8

288.1
186 6
28 1
1,722.6

1544
1,568.1
520.0
485.4
315 1
247.6
229 4

293.9
185 5
27 6
1,808.5
167 7
1,640.7
563.0
504.4
3209
252 4
277 9

26 4
22.7

29.2
21.8

25 7
22.3

30.5
23.9

28.3
23.0

28.5
23.3

28.0
23.8

2.7.8
22.9

31 3
23 5

31 8
222

40 8
25 7

67.0

68.8

80.7

84.7

67.3

72.2

73.6

C6.3

664

86 8

111 7

320
46.3
182.6

31.3
47.8
190.7

35 0
47.5
204.5

37 2
46.8
192.8

32.5
47.5
195.2

34.2
51.1
194.5

33.7
49.5
193.8

32.3
50.4
200.7

32 7

198.0

37 9
507
200.2

41 0
567
219.3

:n.6

509

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital

2,444.9

2,464.2

2,489.3

2,537.9

2,528.4

2,511.7

2,549.5

2,568.8

2,581.1

2,585.2

2,655.0

2,812.6

21 Total deposits

1,741.6

1,748.4

1,764.6

1,801.2

1,810.6

1,796.1

1,823.1

1,839.0

1,835.2

1,849.2

1,902.1

2,020.0

Transaction accounts
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less liabilities)

490.6
454 6
796.5
365 7
166.2
171 4

492.9
4580
797.5
375 3
167.7
172 8

502.8
4628
799.1
372.6
177.7
174.4

541.6
468 8
790.8
391.0
169.9
175.8

543.9
478.5
788.3
369 1
172.9
175.8

524.8
484.0
787.3
370.0
168.8
176.7

541.7
492.7
788.7
381.7
168.1
176.6

546.0
499.9
793.0
379.1
172.9
177.8

539.2
50*5.5
790.5
390.8
174.2
17().9

549.7
517 1
782.3
381 6
173.1
181 3

597.5
5240
7806
394 6
1770
181 3

692,9
*J36 3
7908
411 9
197.3
183 4

MEMO
28 U.S. government securities
(including trading account)
29 Other securities (including trading
account)
30 U.S. Treasury tax and loan

2697

278.4

273.1

274.1

275.0

276.4

288.6

291.0

29'i.6

300 2

305 5

309 4

195 1
23,174

1907
22,502

186.5
12,664

186.0
23,457

185.8
11,945

186.8
22,788

188.9
16,097

198.2
8,177

20" 3
24,912

197 2
10085

197 4
14 148

197 5
23 041

22
23
24
25
26
27

38



15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks—Last Wednesday of month—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars
1<)87

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,348.8
501.1

2,374.8
501.7

2,402.4
503.8

2,389.9
508.0

2,430.5
514.4

309.4
187.7
20.4
1,814.1
156.5
1,657.6
548.1
552.9
319.4
237.2
208.4

313.7
187.4
19.5
1,828.2
160.8
1,667.5
548.2
558.2
322.1
239.0
210.7

313.8
187.9
19.5
1,853.6
157.4
1,696.2
560.7
564.1
325.3
246.0
223.8

316.0
187.9
19.7
1,878.9
172.9
1,706.1
559.7
571.7
326.7
248.0
223.5

317.3
190,7
20.3
1,861.6
162.0
1,699.7
561.1
577.4
326.9
234.3
215.2

321.4
193.1
16.9
1,899.3
172.1
1,727.2
576.4
586.3
332.4
232.1
232.6

33.5
24.2

32.5
24.5

37.3
24.7

32.9
24.5

38.4
25.0

33.8
24.0

36.2
28.5

81.6

74.7

69.0

65.9

81.6

79.0

76.1

79.9

33.1
50.3
199.2

36.5
51.2
203.7

30.4
51.4
197.4

31.0
51.5
182.5

30.8
52.1
184.5

32.7
52.2
193.6

32.3
48.9
186.3

32.9
48,4
187.5

36.6
51.4
184.0

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital

2,704.3 2,692.1 2,690.8 2,724.9

2,761.4

2,732.6

2,722.6

2,744.0

2,792.2

2,812.2 2,792.6

2,847.1

21 Total deposits

1,901.3

1,898.5

1,903.0

1,922.8

1,942.5

1,927.4

1,928.8

1,930.4

1,972.4

1,971.2

1,974.1

2,009.1

579.5
534.0
787.8
431.9
186.2
184.9

570.5
537 9
790.2
426 1
182.3
185.2

569.7
542.0
791.2
415.4
186.2
186.2

591.6
537.6
793.6
420.2
194.1
187.8

598.1
541.0
803.4
429.9
200.0
189.0

579.7
537.6
810.1
419.5
202.0
183.7

575.3
538.7
814.8
414.6
202.5
176.7

574.1
537.9
818.4
426.4
209.6
177.6

612.4
535.3
824.7
416.3
224.7
178.8

598.1
531,7
841.4
435.7
225.5
179.8

592.0
531,1
851.0
420,2
218.9
179.5

623.3
528.0
857.9
426.2
231.5
180.4

314.7

320.4

316.8

319.5

321.1

317.0

323.8

326.8

327.7

329.9

331.7

332.4

192.7
26,092

192.5
25,940

193.0
13,783

195.6
26,352

194.8
27,139

195.8
26,826

193.8
15,131

193.8
21,670

193.5
27,811

193.5
29,900

196.6
21,239

198.9
27,533

Jan.
2 287 6
1 Loans and securities
481.0
2 Investment securities
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
296.3
securities
184.6
4
Other
....
264
5 Trading account assets
6 Total loans
.
. . 1,780.2
161.9
7
Interbank loans
1,618.4
8
Loans excluding interbank
546.0
9
Commercial and industrial . . .
505.6
10
Real estate
11
Individual
317.8
249.0
12
All other . .
217.8
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
33.1
Banks . .
23.7
15 Cash in vault
16 Cash items in process of
749
collection
17 Demand balances at U.S. depository
33.6
institutions
52.6
18 Other cash assets
198.9
19 Other assets

22 Transaction accounts
23 Savings deposits
24 Time deposits . . .
25 Borrowings
26 Other liabilities . .
27 Residual (assets less liabilities)
MEMO
28 U.S. government securities
(including trading account)
29 Other securities (including trading
account) . . . .
30 U.S. Treasury tax and loan




Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

2,284 7
483.7

2,286.1
484.6

2,314.2
491.7

2,325.8
494.5

2,321.0
492.7

2,331.6
497,1

299 1
184.6
29 1
1,771.9
159.6
1,612.3
547.1
509.6
315 5
240.1
208.8

299.6
185.0
25.3
1,776.3
158.6
1,617.7
551.4
517.2
313.8
235.4
205.8

305.6
186.1
23.4
1,799.2
154.0
1,645.2
551.9
526.4
316.3
250.6
211.6

307.4
187.0
21.4
1,810.0
161.8
1,648.2
555.1
533.8
316.9
242.4
231.9

304.6
188.0
20.2
1,808.2
150.7
1,657.5
554,6
544.4
317.4
241.1
214.2

28.1
23 5

30.7
22.8

29.4
24.0

37.5
25.1

71 7

68.4

74.8

32.4
53.2
198.6

32.0
51.9
198.9

J Aug.

39

15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks—Last Wednesday of month- -Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2
Billions of dollars
IS>85

Jan.
1,764.9
1 Loans and securities
2 Investment securities
376 3
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
241.8
securities .
134.5
4
Other
5 Trading account assets
24.2
6 Total loans
1,364.5
7
Interbank loans . .
101.1
8
Loans excluding interbank
1,263.4
9
Commercial and industrial . . .
426.5
10
Real estate
375.4
260.7
11
Individual
200 8
12
All other
174.1
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
20.0
Banks
21.9
15 Cash in vault
16 Cash items in process of
67.4
collection
...
17 Demand balances at U.S. depository
29.1
institutions
35.6
18 Other cash assets
143.9
19 Other assets

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Serrt.

Oct,

Nov.

Dec.

1,780.9
377 4

1,789.0
379 5

1,804.1
3803

1,816.4
3870

1,834.5
388.9

1,854.8
3888

1,857.9
389.1

1,871.1
391 0

1,883.2
390 5

1,932.2
3998

1,962.6
4109

245.0
132 4
27.6
1,375.8
101 5
1,274.3
432.9
377.6
262.0
201 8
176.1

248.2
131 3
23.7
1,385.7
100 8
1,285.0
437.5
381 2
264.6
201 7
170.4

248.1
132.3
23.5
1,400.3
104.4
1,295,9
437.4
384.5
268.8
205.2
173.4

253.1
133 9
23.5
1,406.0
101 7
1,304.2
438.0
388.9
272.5
204 8
188.9

254.3
134.6
23.1
1,422.4
102.2
1,320.3
436.9
393.7
276.4
213.2
177.1

254.9
133.9
22.3
1,443.8
112.6
1,331,2
439.5
398.8
280.5
2125
183.3

251.6
137.5
24.2
1,444.6
109.3
1,335.4
437,1
402.8
284.2
211.3
174.4

250.6
140,4
26.4
1,453.7
108.9
1,344,7
438.8
405.9
285.5
2U.6
174.0

245.3
145 2
25.0
1,467.6
110 5
1,357.1
439,1
413 5
291.1
213 4
176.3

248.4
151 5
32.0
1,500.4
124.4
1,376.0
442.8
417 3
293.7
2222
193.9

247.3
163 6
31.1
1,520.6
122 6
1,398,0
446.5
421 4
?.98,7
?31 4
1197.5

18.6
21.8

19 1
21.3

22,2
21.3

195
23.3

20.8
22.3

20.3
22.0

23.6
22.7

24.2

22.1

18 4
22.6

19.3
21.5

25 8
22.2

69.4

64.4

64.1

76.3

68.3

70.6

62.4

6".. 4

68.1

82.0

79,4

30.3
36.0
146 0

297
35.9
144 7

28.7
37.1
145.5

33.6
36,2
139 7

29.9
35.9
146.8

32.3
38.1
153.2

29.1
36.6
141.1

251.3
37.0
141.8

30.2
37,0
1408

34.1
37.1
146.1

34,5
35,5
150 4

2,145.1 2,158.4

2,191.2

2,173.5 2,18t.9

2,200.3 2,272.2

2,310.4

| Feb.

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital

2,082.9

2,103.0

2,104.1 2,123.0

21 Total deposits

1,567.0

1,579.4

1,587.0

1,598.8

1,623.9

1,623.6

1,649.3

1,639.0

1,644.3

1,668.1

1,706.3

1,726.3

451 2
399.9
715 9
249.5
113.9
152.5

453 4
407.0
719 1
250.6
1194
153.6

4520
410.1
724 9
243.9
118 9
154.3

459.5
410.0
729.3
251.4
1164
156.4

474 2
418.8
730 9
249.1
114 7
157.4

468.3
425.9
729.4
257.6
118.6
158,7

486.8
434.8
264.1
116,7
161.1

469.7
437.1
732.2
255.7
116.8
161.9

469.0
439.0
736.3
265.4
114,3
162.8

4863
444.5
737 3
256.6
111 6
164.0

516.8
448.9
740.6
290.8
110 4
164.7

531 4
4:50.5
7444
302.5
115 3
166.3

1,960.2
1 Loans and securities
421.7
2 Investment securities
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
245.7
securities
176.0
4
Other
30.1
5 Trading account assets
1,508.5
6 Total loans
114.6
7
Interbank loans
1,393.8
8
Loans excluding interbank
443,5
9
Commercial and industrial . . .
425.6
10
Real estate
299.2
11
Individual
......
225 5
12
All other
171.4
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
21.0
Banks
..
23 0
15 Cash in vault
16 Cash items in process of
63.8
collection
17 Demand balances at U.S.
29.7
depository institutions
33.9
18 Other cash assets
..
137.5
19 Other assets

1,970.1
421.4

1,977.5
416.7

1,999.0
417.2

1,991.6
418.0

1,996.7
420.9

2,021.1
433.8

2,036.3
443.1

2,0465
450,6

2,053.3
452,5

2,095.1
456.2

2,157.6
458.6

248.4
173.0
34.0
1,514.7
113.7
1,401.0
447.6
429.0
298.4
226 1
179.5

247.3
1695
30.1
1,530.7
117.1
1,413.7
449.6
433.6
297 9
232 5
183 0

248.2
169.1
27.7
1,554.1
127.0
1,427.1
453.6
439.1
301.3
233 1
195.2

249.5
168.5
26.9
1,546.6
122.0
1,424.6
450.9
443.6
301.8
228 3
207.3

252,7
168.2
27.3
1,548.5
116.6
1,431.9
453.8
448.4
304.3
225,4
182.3

262.8
171.0
28.6
1,558.7
124.2
1,434.5
448.9
454.2
305.7
225 7
190.5

265.6
177.4
29.3
1,563.9
119.8
1,444.1
448.3
461.5
309.8
224.5
192.0

268.9
181.7
27.6
1,568.3
115.8
1,452,5
446,9
465.5
312.1
227' 9
183.6

274,6
177.9
26.0
1,574.8
118.8
1,456.0
448.0
472 .1
313.5
222 3
187.7

279.9
176.4
28.1
1,610,7
132.7
1,478.0
454.9
477,3
314.8
230 9
213.4

284.5
174.1
27.6
1,671.5
136.9
1,534.5
487.7
495.4
320.6
230 8
258.3

25.6
22 6

28.4
21 7

24.5
22 2

28.7
23 8

26.4
23.0

27.2
23.3

26.6
23.7

26.')
22 0

29.7
23 5

29.8
22 2

39.7
2*5 7

66.6

68.4

80.3

84.2

66.7

71.8

73.1

65,9

65.8

86.4

lit. 3

30.4
34.3
133.1

29.7
34.8
142.2

33.3
34.9
148.5

35.5
35.1
140.8

30.7
35.6
142.6

32.3
35.9
140,5

32.0
36.5
139.3

3o,;»

31.0
37.8
140.1

36.0
39.0
139,0

40.5
41 1
159.8

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital
..

2,269.1 2,282.8

2,302.7

2,342.7

2,339.6

2,321.5

2,352.1 2,367.5 2,373,f

2,381.1 2,447.4

2,575.7

21 Total deposits

1,692.9

1,701.6

1,716.6

1,753.1

1,762.8

1,746.3

1,771.9

1,785.6

1,781.4

1,794.8

1,846.6

1,958.9

483.3
453.0
756.6
301,1
106.8
168.3

485.8
456 4
759.4
307.4
104.1
169.7

495.6
461 3
759.7
306.3
108 5
171.2

534.3
467.2
751.7
311.0
105.9
172.6

536.5
4769
749.5
296.0
108.2
172.6

516.9
482.3
747.1
296.2
105.5
173.6

533.7
491.0
747.3
302.4
104.2
173.5

537.9
498.1
749.6
296.8
110.4
174.7

531.0
504.7
745.4
307.2
108.6
176.8

541.9
5152
737.7
301.3
106.8
178.2

589.6
522.0
735.0
313,7
108.9
178.2

684.2
534 3
740.4
323.4
113 2
180.3

22
23
24
25
26
27

Transaction accounts
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less liabilities)

mi

IS>S6

22
23
24
25
26
27

Transaction accounts
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less liabilities)

40



37,4
143,6

15. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks—Last Wednesday of month—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2—Continued
Billions of dollars
IS)87

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

2 139 3 2 133.6 2,125.3
1 Loans and securities
461.0
459.6
2 Investment securities
461.5
3
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
289.4
289.2
securities
287.0
172 1
171.7
4
Other
172 6
26.4
29.1
25.3
5 Trading account assets . .
. .
6 Total loans
1 653 2 1 643 0 1,639 1
130.9
124.9
135 1
7
Interbank loans
1,518.1 1,512.1 1,514.2
8
Loans excluding interbank
473.3
474.5
474.2
9
Commercial and industrial . . . .
501.7
509.2
497.4
10
Real estate
315.2
313.5
317.5
11
Individual
217.1
12
All other
222.0
228.9
1923
189.3
13 Total cash assets
200 8
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve
27.1
29.7
31.3
Banks
23.4
15 Cash in vault
22.8
23 6
16 Cash items in process of
74 4
collection
71.3
68.0
17 Demand balances at U.S.
30.6
30.4
31 8
depository institutions
39.9
38.5
39.8
18 Other cash assets
143.2
142.1
19 Other assets
140 3

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

2,152.0
468.1

2,160.3
469.5

2,157.0
468.1

2,162.8
472.1

2,179.6
476.2

2,195 4
475.9

2 218 6
478.7

2 213 8
482 6

2 238 5
488.3

295.5
172.6
23.4
1,660.5
124.3
1,536.3
473.4
517.8
316.0
229.1
195.2

296.9
172 5
21.4
1,6695
128.7
1,540.8
475.1
525.0
316.5
224.2
215 4

295.1
173 1
20.2
1 668 7
120.9
1,547.8
471.3
535.5
317.0
224.0
197 7

299.4
172.7
20.4
1,670.3
122.0
1,548.3
465.2
543.5
319.1
220.4
191.6

303.5
1726
19.5
1,684 0
128.6
1,555.4
464.4
548.4
321.8
220.8
1927

3064
302.9
305.7
173 0
173 0
176 2
19.5
20 3
197
1 7000 1 720 3 1 711 0
125.0
133 3
130 5
1,575.0 1,587.0 1,580.4
470.2
470.6
472.0
554.1
567 3
561.9
325.0
326.4
326.6
225.8
2146
228,1
204 8
199 3
207 8

311.0
177 3
16.9
1 733 3
135.3
1,598.0
479.4
575.0
332.1
211.6
215 0

27.2
24.0

35.9
25.0

32.1
24.2

31.3
24.4

36.2
24.6

31.0
24.5

36.5
25 0

31 5
24 0

35.1
28.4

74.3

81.2

74.2

68.6

65.4

81.0

78 4

75 7

79.5

31.3
38.5
142.6

34.5
38.8
142.3

28.7
38.6
132.8

29.3
38.1
120.5

29.2
37.2
119.9

308
37.7
134 2

306
37.3
130 1

31 4
36.7
123 7

34,7
37.3
127 2

1

Dec.

20 Total assets/total liabilities and
capital .

2,480.4

2,469.1 2,456.8

2,489.7

2,517.9

2,487.5

2,474.9

2,492.2

2,534.5

2,556.4

2,536.8

2,580.7

21 Total deposits

1,843.9

1,841.5

1,844.4

1,860.7

1,880.1

1,865.7

1,868.3

1,868.8

1,910.3

1,909.1

1,912.4

1,944.7

571.6
5320
740.3
342 9
111 8
18L7

563.2
535.9
742.4
338.0
107 7
181.9

562.3
540.0
742.1
320.3
109 2
182.9

583.7
535.6
741.5
328.2
116.2
184.6

590.0
539.0
751.1
336.3
115 8
185.7

571.4
535.6
758.7
327.0
114 4
180.5

567.4
536.6
764.3
318.9
114.2
173.5

566.0
535.7
767.1
333.0
116 0
174.4

603.9
533.2
773.3
324.7
123 9
175.6

589.5
529 5
790.1
345,7
125 0
176.6

583.7
528 8
799.9
3232
124 8
176 3

614.9
525.7
804.1
331.9
127 0
177.2

22
23
24
25
26
27

Transaction accounts
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings . . . . . .
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less liabilities) ,




,.

41

16* Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Jan. 7

Account

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

.

,

...

Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions .
U.S. government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
.
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions .
U.S. government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

67 Total liabilities
68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)4
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

. ..

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
,.
To others
Other loans and leases gross
.
Other loans, gross
,
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving home equity
All other '
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries . .
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . . .
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve
....
Other loans and leases, net
All other assets
.
...

46 Total assets

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases, gross adjusted3
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commercial and industrial
Other
....
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

42



Jan. 28

Fob. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

107,803

3 U S Treasury and federal agencies

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Jan. 21

109,280

113,142

105,816

104,371

96, 1 14

117,838

1,021,828

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

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

Jan. 14

1,016,709

1,014,118

1,015,791

1,04)9,143

1,011,377

1,008,434

114,802
19,027
95,775
18,940
42 548
34,287
69,208
4,497
64,712
53 952
7,572
46,380
10,759
4,337

114900
19,490
95 410
18,697
42 004
34,709
68,215
3 735
64,480
53 761
7,469
46,292
10719
3,766

115,577
21,017
94,560
18,425
41,549
34,585
67,891
3,549
64,342
53,584
7,512
46,072
10,758
4,751

113 865
18,378
95 487
17,597
40 618
37,272
68,082
3 715
64,366
53 342
7,380
45,962
1 1 ,025
4,326

V 4,429
"8,525
<»5,904
'8,117
41 295
'i6,491
68,025
3 772
(4,252
*3 030
7,261
45,768
11 222
4,809

113,779
17,237
96,542
18,110
41 801
36,631
67,414
3 296
64,119
52 847
7,055
45,792
1 1 ,272
4,762

115 717
19,220
96497
17 470
42 425
36 602
67,454
3 453
64,001
52 749
6994
45,755
11 252
4960

60,965
39,946
13,435
7,584
794,692
776,650
286 413
2,477
283 936
280,292
3 645
214,333
na
n.a.
144 730
53,412
20 356
5,733
27,322
14,729
5 605
34,936
3,134
19,356
18 041
4,920
17,257
772,515
131,502

63,737
41,030
14734
7,974
788 321
770,268
282 733
2,478
280 256
276,656
3 599
215,042
na
na
144 084
52782
20 665
5,457
26,660
14,615
5 503
35,138
3,214
17,155
18 054
4,933
17 298
766,090
126 660

58,924
36,112
15,364
7,448
789,177
771,191
280,821
2,619
278,202
274,448
3 753
215,396
na
n.a.
143 530
54,603
21 019
6,939
26,645
14,655
5 375
35,042
3,373
18,394
17,986
4,926
17,276
766,975
124,549

63,876
37,033
16,857
9,986
787 814
770,143
281 749
2,534
279 214
275,535
3 679
215,054
na
n.a.
143 114
51,979
20 833
5,715
25,431
15,931
5 339
35,048
3,274
18,655
17 671
4,906
17 267
765,641
124 509

58,845
35,828
15,539
7,478
785 454
767,816
283 517
2,786
280 731
277,110
3 621
213,710
na
n.a.
14? 597
5(^430
20 007
5,247
25,177
T',620
*; 348
*K,845
2,271
18,478
17 638
4,841
17 578
763,036
127 556

63,956
39,331
15,716
8,908
783,998
766,274
282,495
2,607
279 888
276,243
3 645
216,501
na
na
141 880
51,301
20 321
5,580
25,399
12,805
5 324
34,625
3,220
18,121
17 724
4,835
17 698
761,465
127 776

56 809
33,062
15 250
8,498
786 086
768,241
281 504
2,703
278 802
275,107
3 695
217 119
na
ii a
141 691
52 896
20 700
6 *)49
25,647
13 154
5 107
34 634
3,222
18,716
17 842
4890
17 701
763 495
125 919

1,261,133

1,252,649

1,251,809

1,246,116

1,241,070

1,235,267

1,252,192

245,602
191 112
5,905
2,650
27,155
7 197
803
10 780
61,768
517 155
479,061
25,754
788
10554
998
268 805
n.a.
17,958
250,847
81 594

233 035
181 562
5,557
3,158
25,273
6 803
743
9 938
60,281
516 534
477,943
26 248
802
10 520
1,021
271 772
n.a.
18,993
252,779
84 137

241,300
183 629
6,070
4,218
28,480
8 182
888
9832
58,835
516,115
477,917
26,146
691
10,349
1,011
263 715
5
19,629
244,081
84,593

228,464
174 497
5,311
2,373
25,562
6 784
789
13 148
57,323
515 160
476,559
26 150
680
10,749
1 022
269 379
3,447
19,646
246 286
88 685

230,570
175 538
6,268
5,152
25 ,794
6220
725
10 872
59.424
5ll921
477.866
26087
697
10,203
li ,068
262 106
i.a.
17,667
244 439
86 176

215,349
166409
4,948
2,743
23,729
6686
697
10 136
58,396
516470
478,028
26 543
697
10,163
1,038
272 024
25
19,558
252,440
85 926

240 653
182 360
5 386
2,006
30 394
7 145
715
12 645
58,619
516 865
478,6*)4
26 3 '53
678
10,109
1 071
266 1<)5
n.a.
19 994
246 201
82 8V?

1,174,924

1,165,759

1,164,558

1,159,011

1,154,198

1,148,164

1,165,219

86 209

86 890

87 251

87 106

86 372

87 103

86 973

983,702
795,355
154,914
1 623
978
645
232 231

977,245
790,364
155 776
1 748
1,107
641
231 204

979,189
790,970
155,831
1 764
1,114
649
230 954

980,097
793,824
156 560
1 821
1,186
636
229 591

975^26
788,464
155,632

974,257
788,301
156,838
1 796
1,179
617
230,954

977,264
789,133
156 704
1 717
1,117
600
232 056

1 $29

1J94
635
231 M8

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Feb. 25

Federal funds sold2
. . .
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
..
Other loans and leases, gross
Other loans gross
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U.S. addressees
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving home equity
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . . .
For purchasing and carrying securities . .
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions . . . .
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases net
All other assets
.,

Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in United States . . .
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals partnerships and corporations .
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments official institutions, and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
...
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

. . .

Apr. 8

95 923

114 782

103 014

1,008,777

1,004,734

1,001,289

996,202

1,011,945

1,007,072

116,663
21,312
95,351
17,266
41,730
36,355
67,289
3,321
63,968
52,676
6,962
45,713
11,293
4,471

117,832
21,586
96,245
17,302
41,494
37,449
67,131
3,523
63,608
52,141
6,869
45,272
11,467
4,394

115,499
19,414
96,086
17,418
40,998
37,670
67 257
3,405
63,852
51 948
6,766
45,183
11,904
4,562

113,048
18,314
94,734
16,629
40,614
37,491
67 051
3,335
63,716
51,627
6,701
44,926
12,088
5,046

112,918
17,253
95,664
16,304
40,456
38,904
67,090
'3,518
63,572
51,426
6,589
44,837
12,146
4,440

113,106
16,595
96,510
15,984
40 580
39,946
66 860
3,911
62,948
51 155
6,527
44,628
11 793
4,190

112,346
16,368
95,978
16,016
40 048
39,914
67 194
3,663
63,531
51 110
6,574
44,536
12 422
4,757

59,582
35,674
15,904
8,005
783,240
765,360
280,547
2,433
278,114
274,424
3,689
216,470
n.a.
n a.
141,786
50698
20,720
5,807
24,170
14,296
5 324
34,590
3,245
18,404
17,880
4,882
17,730
760628
127,446

57,163
34,700
14,932
7,532
785,094
767,244
281,000
2,560
278,440
274,843
3,597
217,256
n.a.
na
140,994
51 363
20,625
5,566
25,172
15,213
5,326
34,765
3,271
18,055
17,850
4,845
17,993
762,256
130,542

59,758
35,868
16,565
7,326
780,525
762,629
280,048
2,727
277,321
273,826
3,495
218,334
n.a.
na
140,585
50 524
20,193
4,970
25,360
12,915
5 339
34,481
3,231
17,172
17,896
4,840
18,028
757,657
126,300

54,452
30,904
15,880
7,668
784,571
766,657
280,776
2,482
278,295
274,978
3,317
219,582
n.a.
n a.
140,326
51 364
20,833
5,058
25,473
13,606
5,368
34,469
3,262
17,904
17,913
4,842
18,036
761,692
126,905

53,877
31,546
15,205
7,126
780,490
762,529
279,871
2,351
277,520
274,202
3,317
219,274
n.a.
140,120
49 322
20,326
4,934
24,062
13,904
5,344
34,499
3,189
17,006
17,960
4,626
17,986
757,877
125,214

62,824
38,315
18 402
6,107
787,291
768,978
278,904
2 325
276,579
273,308
3,270
220 918
n.a.
na
139,527
52 235
21,487
5,193
25,555
14,881
5 326
34,366
3,160
19,660
18,313
4,580
17,745
764966
130,578

58,308
35,846
15 202
7,261
786,870
768,535
278,040
2,354
275,686
272,396
3,290
221 204
n.a.
n a
139,637
53 600
22,631
5,001
25,969
15,761
5 322
33,997
3,027
17,947
18,334
4,610
17,793
764,466
129,081

1,242,704

1,236,088

1,230,768

1,217,339

1,257,306

1,239,167

230,727
176,383
5,259
4,894
25,982
6,365

223,641
173,264
4,610
2751
23,328
6,217

225,530
172,528
5,191
4,160
24,521
6,663

215,332
167,722
5,062
2,013
23,949
5,919

250,144
194 427
5,769
1 516
30,111
6,647
1,030
10,643
61,716
521,015
482,672
26 518

223,881
174 150
4,594
2 877
23,630
6,640

n.a

700

849

590

758

9,801
57,801
518,096
478,909
27 132

11,142
60,805
519,024
480,496
26,587

12,623
59,752
518,851
480,293
26 713

11,876
59,544
519,539
480,870
26 810

9,907
59,241
518,389
479,846
26,899

711

733

731

708

750

738

10,098
1 031
251 486
n.a.
14,004
237 482
87,488

9,984

10 124

9,801

19,454
243 783
85,929

1,155,496

1,148,746

86,676

...

10,506
248,608
85,726

1,146,4^9

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)

100

10,092
1,007
258 087
n.a.
6,111
251 976
88,415

87,209

974 852
786,429
158,639
2093
1 517

976,290
786,933
158,433
2,037
1 476

10,281
1 064
263 957

1 0,1 96
1,011
259 213

928
11,061
63,352
520,897
483,074
26 352

746

720

..

4

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross and investments adjusted3
Total loans and leases gross, adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commerciitl and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

Mar. 25

788

67 Total liabilities




Apr. 1

102 574

220,705
170,238
5,315
2,118
25,784
6,662

. . .

46 Total assets

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

Mar. 18

105 054

1,233,166

3 U.S Treasury and federal 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

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Mar. 11

103,385

1,008,634

2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Mar. 4 |

97,085

Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions

952

951

932

248 767

9,923
238,773
87,585

251 550
n.a.
4 868
246 682
84,181

261 373
1,180
8,904
251 289
80,880

1,143,588

1,129,313

1,168,607

1,150,383

87,342

87,180

88,026

88,699

88,784

971 542
784,223
158,296
1 942
1 395

972 430
787,286
158,551
1 954
1 407

966 942
782,495
158,339
1 967
1 411

974 469
790 313
157 845
1 940
1 385

970 999
786,702
158 678
1 903
1 382

576

560

547

231,490

232,652

232 942

70

547

556

555

520

233 530

232,766

236 347

235 635

43

16* Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Apr. 15

Account

.
4

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




May 27

110,011

99,269

99,092

100,312

94,588

114,368

1,016,943

1,019,252

1,1)07,353

1,021,053

1,014,026

112,157
16,578
95,579
16,017
40,630
38,932
68,015
4,312
63,703
51,180
6,544
44,636
12,523
4,662

110,698
14,346
96,352
15,396
41,532
39,424
68,487
4,693
63,794
51,222
6,579
44,643
12,573
4,400

110,834
13,847
96,988
15,268
42,080
39,639
69,353
5,050
64,303
51,328
6,628
44,700
12,975
4,431

111,163
13,695
97,468
15,236
43,339
38,893
69,0%
4,617
64,479
51,134
6,603
44,530
13,345
4,385

110,342
12,705
97,637
15,038
43,373
39,226
68,555
4,164
64,392
51,149
6,566
44,583
13,242
4,819

112,001
14,496
97,505
15,070
44,850
37,585
68,182
3,801
64,381
51,140
6,514
44,626
13,241
4,469

111,587
13,612
97,975
14,792
44,785
38,398
63,119
3,681
64,438
51,197
6,500
44,697
13,240
4,045

63,839
41,282
16,118
6,439
794,733
776,348
279,727
2,234
277,493
274,104
3,389
222,184
n.a.
n.a.
140,208
53,057
21,802
4,632
26,624
18,462
5,320
33,941
3,068
20,379
18,385
4,616
17,806
772,310
127,655

65,948
39,600
18,885
7,462
795,064
776,686
279,249
2,485
276,764
273,457
3,307
222,102
n.a.
n.a.
140,692
52,587
22,542
4,896
25,149
20,352
5,323
33,878
3,000
19,504
18,378
4,611
17,701
772,752
125,967

60,344
35,798
16,539
8,007
794,120
775,688
276,990
2,247
274,742
271,470
3,272
222,596
n.a.
n.a.
141,171
53,512
23,387
4,561
25,563
20,435
5,318
33,732
3,034
18,899
18,432
4,498
17,642
771,980
125,563

64,006
37,788
18,006
8,212
792,860
774,441
278,409
2,475
275,934
272,639
3,295
222,938
n.a.
n.a.
141,019
54,624
23,093
5,109
26,422
16,577
5,367
33,486
3,100
18,920
18,419
4,458
17,800
770,602
124,622

56,248
32,242
16,655
7,351
739,728
771,305
276,954
2,415
2'?4,539
271,297
3,242
224,414
n.a.
n.a.
140,958
54,339
23,229
4,556
26,554
15,244
5,389
33,431
2,973
17,603
13,423
4,473
17,866
767,389
123,783

64,060
35,865
18,588
9,607
794,800
776,373
280,304
2,514
277,790
274,502
3,288
226,119
n.a.
n.a.
140,943
54,140
22,831
4,920
26,388
15,309
5,478
33,458
2,979
17,643
18,428
4,483
17,976
772,341
120,577

61,706
3S,849
17,494
8,364
792,614
774,108
278,613
2,214
276,399
273,160
3,239
226,259
n.a.
n.a.
140U954
53,711
23.641
4(949
25,121
14,211
5,475
33,403
2,894
18,588
18,506
4,476
19,570
768,;569
126,063

1,258,264

1,241,775

1,242,966

1,231,448

1,236,219

1,254,456

262,554
195,705
6,138
11,518
28,222
6,546
855
13,570
66,867
518,506
481,037
26,170
699
9,672
928
251,663
n.a.
7,906
243,757
79,650

233,428
179,956
5,755
3,962
25,181
6,421
829
11,325
64,720
516,219
478,325
26,439
833
9,705
918
267,019
4,838
20,504
241,677
88,375

228,870
176,858
5,585
4,378
23,857
6,338
1,076
10,777
60,280
516,211
478,134
26,698
791
9,698
890
253,660
156
20,764
232,740
94,238

226,180
174,626
5,913
2,335
25,568
6,846
1,148
9,743
60,157
517,206
478,427
27,313
876
9,717
873
264,134
1,075
20,980
242,079
86,384

217,902
172,073
<-,763
1,253
23,371
5,892
959
9,590
58,9%
518,242
479,179
27,514
880
9,786
883
257 729
n.a.
20.633
237,0%
89,288

227,879
176,959
5,226
4,083
24,988
6,324
922
9,377
59,331
520,744
481,002
28,099
8%
9,855
892
253,868
844
20,865
232,160
85,304

231,798
179,522
5,478
1,7.88
27,648
6,774
1,128
9,960
59,148
523,201
483,357
28,107
897
9,929
911
260,718
n.a.
20,549
240,169
90,567

. . . .

Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
.
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
.
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States .
Foreign governments official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

44

May 20

1,022,285

1,179,240

1,169,761

1,153,260

1,154,062

1,142,157

1,147,126

1,165,432

,..,..,

88,514

88,503

88,515

88,904

89,291

89,092

89,024

980,323
795,489
157,241
1,862
1,327
535
234,370

982,455
798,869
157,959
1,754
1,208
546
231,715

979,898
795,279
159,599
1,685
1,140
546
230,222

980,629
795,984
159,893
1,722
1,177
546
230,849

974,221
790,.505
160,485
1,698
1,141

984,817
800,165
162,880
1,703
1,116
588
230,901

978,582
794,831
164,502
1,625
1,090
535
231,157

,..

..

46 Total assets .

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

May 13

119,115

Federal funds sold2 . . .
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
Other loans and leases gross
Other loans gross .
. . .
Commercial and industrial . . . .
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving home equity
, . .
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures .
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States .
Banks in foreign countries
,
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . . .
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
....
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases, net
....
....
All other assets .
,

67 Total liabilities

May 6

1,267,754

3 U S Treasury and federal 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 , .

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Apr, 29

1,020,984

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

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Apr. 22

...

...
...

...

...

:>58

230,884

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
June 3

Account

JulyS

July 15

,

..

67 Total liabilities
4

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases gross adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

,

104,432

103,517

123,268

97,538

108,725

1,007,492

997,897

1,012,477

995,565

1,002,503

110,674
12,900
97,774
15,396
44,201
38,177
67,952
3,369
64,584
50,900
6,359
44,541
13,683
4,208

109,647
13,102
96,545
14,956
44,118
37,471
68,142
3,547
64,595
50,843
6,346
44,496
13,752
4,315

107,878
12,389
95,489
15,547
43,106
36,836
68,827
4,161
64,666
50,724
6,247
44,477
13,942
3,622

109,683
12,578
97,105
16,770
42,655
37,680
67,591
3,922
63,668
49,656
5,474
44,183
14,012
3,520

111,089
13,253
97,836
16,724
42,959
38,153
66,706
2,873
63,833
49,638
5,544
44,094
14,195
3,049

114,143
15,890
98,253
16,232
43,269
38,753
66,814
2,890
63,923
49,664
5,601
44,063
14,259
2,804

69,204
41,178
20,450
7,577
793,801
775,220
278,434
2,162
276,272
273,147
3,124
227,231
n.a.
n.a.
140,970
52,725
22,447
5,035
25,243
15,516
5,525
33,238
2,958
18,623
18,581
4,445
23,230
766,126
124,774

60,292
32,054
20,378
7,860
791,847
773,220
277,878
2,500
275,378
272,237
3,141
228,188
n.a.
n.a.
140,308
53,130
22,138
5,338
25,655
14,908
5,522
33,129
2,956
17,201
18,627
4,350
23,244
764,254
119,595

61,583
35,604
19,099
6,880
793,755
775,174
276,975
2,507
274,468
271,362
3,107
230,777
11,267
219,509
139,764
52,914
21,468
5,266
26,180
14,570
5,594
33,293
3,072
18,215
18,581
4,357
25,593
763,805
120,566

59,545
33,816
18,892
6,837
789,036
770,414
275,120
2,456
272,665
269,562
3,103
230,577
11,399
219,178
140,090
51,072
20,870
5,159
25,042
14,122
5,627
32,828
2,969
18,007
18,623
4,376
26,635
758,025
123,291

74,946
44,687
22,686
7,573
795,257
776,589
277,125
2,443
274,682
271,654
3,028
231,151
11,592
219,559
140,062
51,264
21,799
5,166
24,299
15,311
5,660
32,363
2,992
20,661
18,668
4,392
34,130
756,736
130,526

63,448
38,716
19,084
5,648
789,685
770,984
274,003
2,277
271,726
268,724
3,002
231,094
11,687
219,407
140,103
51,476
22,072
5,172
24,232
14,297
5,613
32,378
2,938
19,081
18,700
4,406
34,006
751,273
125,838

69,700
42,651
18,996
8,053
787,514
768,776
273,059
2,243
270,815
267,821
2,994
231,443
11,814
219,629
140,148
50,708
22,280
4,625
23,804
14,303
5,574
32,338
2,980
18,222
18,738
4,416
34,056
749,042
126,764

1,227,642

1,232,490

1,224,706

1,266,272

1,218,941

1,237,992

232,519
178,073
5,042
4,555
26,695
6,358
1,012
10,784
61,650
526,378
486,346
28,303
920
9,895
914
254,796
n.a.
13,364
241,432
89,128

221,833
173,932
4,961
2,578
24,292
6,502
1,059
8,507
60,910
526,826
487,044
28,205
897
9,773
907
247,134
n.a.
11,330
235,804
85,904

229,346
178,859
6,228
1,875
24,806
5,889
1,262
10,427
60,585
526,483
487,088
27,749
897
9,766
983
249,836
n.a.
20,240
229,596
83,687

221,750
167,425
5,476
3,030
23,437
7,776
979
13,627
58,566
525,447
486,313
27,522
888
9,885
839
248,141
n.a.
20,766
227,374
88,483

265,673
203,032
6,887
1,709
33,060
7,157
1,213
12,614
60,928
527,408
489,662
26,314
908
9,687
837
251,790
n.a.
19,006
232,784
83,991

222,812
174,018
5,092
2,698
23,869
6,501
1,028
9,606
61,098
528,416
490,785
26,253
922
9,668
788
249,182
n.a.
20,594
228,588
80,320

240,046
185,930
6,095
4,294
. 27,322
6,342
1,105
8,957
60,439
530,254
493,151
25,788
928
9,605
783
251,114
21
19,655
231,438
78,980

1,142,607

1,149,939

1,142,386

1,189,790

1,141,828

1,160,834

84,446

,...

100,667
1,007,380

1,164,471

Demand deposits
.
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks ,
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money ^
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures




July 1

1,248,917

46 Total assets

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

j

111,805
13,449
98,356
15,566
44,422
38,368
67,744
3,189
64,555
50,991
6,427
44,564
13,563
3,875

Federal funds sold2
*.
To commerciul banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
.,,.
To others
Other loans and leases gross
Other loans gross
.
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees
.
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving home equity
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States .
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . . .
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states &nd political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
..
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases net
AH other assets

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)

June 24

105,389

3 U S Treasury and federal agencies
4 Trading account
5 Investment account by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One through five years
8
Over five yt;ars
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

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

June 17

1,081,754

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

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

June 10

85,035

82,552

82,320

76,482

77,113

77,158

982,805
799,381
165,648
1,529
1,023
506
232,488

980,782
797,947
165,755
1,516
1,009
507
232,182

980,370
798,266
165,450
1,544
1,032
512
231,251

974,222
793,895
166,250
1,569
1,051
518
229,087

984,512
803,717
163,493
1,733
1,222
511
232,924

973,189
792,345
165,637
1,671
1,126
545
231,301

976,044
792,283
165,702
1,638
1,124
514
232,830

45

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
July 22

Account

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

96,655

97,537

100,456

95,851

98,788

99,265

98,022

2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

987,717

992,316

997,519

999,502

098,419

1,000,762

1,003,048

3 U S Treasury and federal agencies
4
Trading account
5
Investment account by maturity

115,083
15,520
99,562
16,293
44,202
39,067
67060
3,001
64060
49,753
5 673
44,080
14 306
2,451

113,813
14,359
99,454
16,098
44,498
38,858
67,483
3,335
64,791
49,791
5,663
44,128
14,357
2,698

118,830
18,513
100,317
16,492
45,148
38,677
67 105
2,960
64 145
49,599
5 764
43,835
14 546
2,748

117,095
16,111
100,983
16,706
45,626
38,652
67,331
3,083
64,248
49,655
5,555
44,100
14,593
3,000

,18,554
17,200
'01,353
16,746
45 880
38,728
67 560
3,209
64 351
49,571
5 519
44,052
14 780
2,736

115,013
13,155
101,858
16,871
45 339
39,648
67 480
3,220
64 260
49,505
5 548
43,957
14 755
3,101

1 16,824
13,257
103,566
17,103
46994
39,469
67 733
3,050
64 683
49,361
5 491
43,869
1*) 322
3,330

59,563
34 480
18,184
6 899
782,141
763 382
271,155
2 244
268,911
265,959
2,952
231 555
1 1 ,946
219 608
140 298
48,656
21 597
4,633
22,425
13,460
5 585
32,140
3,071
17 463
18,759
4412
34,169
743 560
123,806

63,556
36,710
19,721
7,125
783,328
764,560
269,285
2,250
267,035
263,979
3,056
232,294
12,078
220,216
140 829
49,473
21,900
4,926
22,647
14,431
5,592
32,081
2,867
17 707
18,768
4,424
34,139
744,766
119,746

62,858
36,680
18,646
7 532
784,692
765 912
269,645
2366
267,279
264,189
3,090
232 608
12,200
220,408
140 887
50,200
22 436
4,905
22,860
13,710
5,623
31,889
2,938
18 411
18,780
4 376
34,340
745 977
121,367

66,323
39,612
21,305
5,406
784,436
765,651
269,592
2,338
267,254
264,204
3,050
233,317
12,270
221,047
141 053
49,486
22 251
4,446
22,788
13,160
5,650
31,882
2,838
18 673
18,785
4 393
34,290
745 753
118,842

64,290
37 725
18,923
7 643
784,006
755 208
259,125
2 214
2-56,910
263 815
3,096
234 423
12,364
222 059
141 438
48,920
?2 059
4,141
22,720
13,469
5 596
H,864
2 802
17 571
18 798
4410
34 317
745 278
120 846

68,352
40236
19,121
8 995
785,586
766 764
268,748
2 156
266,592
263 482
3,110
234 572
12,497
222,075
141 951
49,340
21 914
5,241
22,185
14,095
5 643
31,810
2,994
17 610
18,823
4415
34,356
746 816
120,386

65,531
16 142
21,310
8 079
788,546
769 719
269,505
1 359
267,145
264,041
3,104
234,692
12,663
222,029
142 236
49,202
21 897
5,019
22,286
15,678
5 604
31,685
2,912
18 206
18, ,826
4410
34^506
749 630
119,700

1,208,178

1,209,599

1,219,341

1,214,195

1,218,053

1,220,413

1,220,771

215 358
167,482
5 437
2,400
23 114
6210
1,023
9 691
59,826
526 698
489 600
25,815

215 219
166,290
5 192
2,768
23,160
7 032
1,014
9 763
59,387
526,138
489 047
25,664

224 572
172,546
5 567
4,468
24 590
6 511
1,377
9 512
61,794
527 292
490 682
25,376

216 737
171,564
4 616
2,695
22 867
5 443
1,061
8490
60,818
526 678
490 179
25,439

218 987
17D 564
5 095
4 041
25 003
5 844

211 626
163 381
5 329
2,475
23 403
6 611
1 322
9 104
60,382
525 482
488 701
25 587

224 994
175,596
6 022
1,530
24 642
6 536
1 189
9 479
62,351
525 982
489 182
25 678
'111
9,,'>36
809
243 ?23
r1 a

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions

7
One through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account
12
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
...
. .
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities
16 Other trading account assets . . .
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

.

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
. ..
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
Other loans and leases, gross . .
Other loans gross
Commercial and industrial .
,.
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees
Non-U.S. addressees .
Real estate loans
....
Revolving, home equity
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
..
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . . .
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Leasefinancingreceivables . . .
.
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve . .
Other loans and leases net
All other assets

46 Total assets
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
.,,
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
. ..
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money .
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

4

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total^
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

46



978
9462
60 770
526 405
480 786
2'»,507

915

896

889

892

882

869

9,544
823
247 418
na
21 062
226,356
81,868

9,703
828
246,768

9,372
796
248,826

11 783
234,002
85,210

9,548
797
247,046
na
9 131
237,915
81,303

10 545
237,496
83,292

0,436
794
250 821
na
1* 279
23< 542
83 ,552

9,514
812
258 792
2 426
16 448
239 918
86,470

1,131,168

67 Total liabilities
68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)

.

1,132,722

1,142,009

1,136,352

1,14«,535

1,142,752

1,142,670

77 010

76 877

77 333

77 843

77 517

77 661

78 101

970,221
785,627
165 060
1 666
1,139

972,269
788,274
164,933
1 630
1,127

977,118
788,435
164,817
1 608
1,105

976,321
788,895
164,330
1 600
1,097

977,362
788 512
164 398
1 660
1,158

977,383
791,788
164 287
1 620
1,144

983,925
796,038
163 917
1 696
1,201

982

785

527

503

503

502

502

229 539

228,948

229 637

229,451

229091

476
228 124

9 ?52
233 971
86,119

495

229 108

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollais, Wednesday figures
Sept. 9

Account

..
.•
..

.

....

..

...

Federal funds sold3
....
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
Other loans and leases gross
..
Other loans gross
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees . . . .
....
....
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
....
..
Revolving home equity
All other
. .
.
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
, ..
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
.
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income . . . .
, ..
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases net . .
All other assets

.....
»
.

46 Total assets
Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
.
...
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries . .
....
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
.
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
..
U S government
.
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-«md-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

..

...

..

...

..
.,

67 Total liabilities
4

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

.

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases gross adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commercial and industrial . .
.
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

..

106,946

104,431

105,126

99,802

119,135

1,008,553

1,011,067

1,015,835

1,010,595

1,010,910

119,130
14,088
105,042
17,101
47,948
39,993
67,193
2,720
64,473
49,232
5,435
43,797
15,241
3,250

117,295
13,307
103,988
17,064
47,789
39,136
67,073
2,960
64,113
48,898
5,154
43,743
15,215
2,856

117,403
14,236
103,167
16,943
47,315
38,909
67,065
3,083
63,982
48,787
5,129
43,658
15,195
2,856

115,879
14,152
101,727
16,952
45,410
39,365
67,587
2,630
64,958
48,504
5,127
43,377
16,454
2,804

114,565
13,216
101,349
16,938
44,922
39,490
67,087
2,382
64,705
48,223
5,184
43,039
16,482
3,178

113,796
12,406
101,390
17,030
44,796
39,564
66,945
2,360
64,585
48,172
5,189
42,983
16,413
3,137

64,744
39,639
18,246
6,858
790,427
771,580
269,614
2,372
267,242
264,176
3,066
235,279
12,726
222,554
142,312
50,685
22,508
5,510
22,666
14,626
5,634
31,644
2,781
19,004
18,847
4,422
34,539
751,466
121,053

66,609
39,414
19,212
7,983
793,678
774,877
271,215
2,346
268,869
265,775
3,094
236,706
12,901
223,805
142,519
49,680
21,176
5,582
22,922
16,406
5,620
31,706
2,798
18,226
18,800
4,409
34,548
754,720
117,989

69,426
41,139
20,748
7,539
793,188
774,343
272,145
2,179
269,966
266,948
3,018
237,018
13,015
224,003
142,779
47,771
21,033
4,562
22,176
16,111
5,625
31,675
2,865
18,353
18,844
4,438
34,503
754,246
117,111

65,669
40,198
17,497
7,974
802,606
783,360
275,157
2,125
273,033
270,164
2,869
238,414
13,273
225,142
141,651
48,248
20,670
4,774
22,804
18,037
5,708
31,948
2,864
21,332
19,246
4,370
34,340
763,896
125,698

65,560
40,908
17,100
7,552
798,810
779,683
274,339
2,196
272,143
269,003
3,140
239,812
13,215
226,597
141,850
47,230
20,292
4,528
22,411
17,111
5,744
31,779
2,847
18,971
19,127
4,387
34,218
760,205
125,077

65,118
39,530
18,259
7,330
800,541
781,394
273,918
2,338
271,579
268,599
2,980
240,572
13,301
227,270
141,997
49,680
21,504
5,724
22,452
15,974
5,725
31,586
2,934
19,009
19,147
4,399
34,229
761,913
123,016

1,233,488

1,232,609

1,246,659

1,235,474

1,253,061

226,249
175,682
5,098
2,476
26,808
6,833
984
8,367
62,916
525,084
488,297
25,652
832
9,496
806
258,096
787
8,634
248,674
86,940

227,158
174,691
5,761
4,771
24,588
7,162
935
9,250
62,428
524,854
488,185
25,478
813
9,587
790
255,253
161
23,448
231,644
85,554

214,689
166,669
5,731
2,873
21,266
6,103
1,026
11,021
59,809
524,518
487,584
25,729
631
9,758
817
259,491
330
22,009
237,151
95,819

239,469
185,619
6,065
3,067
26,208
6,884
973
10,653
60,395
526,368
488,721
25,793
818
10,252
784
247,921
1,148
21,129
225,644
93,458

216,648
168,797
4,862
2,748
24,315
6,118
840
8,968
62,050
531,056
493,346
25,527
802
10,562
819
257,176
980
19,312
236,884
89,152

237,757
185,386
5,016
1,917
27,906
7,290
976
9,264
61,441
530,895
493,296
25,696
811
10,289
802
255,421
590
18,870
235,971
87,522

1,159,285

...

110,935

1,237,771

...

2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
3 U.S Treasury and federal 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 . .

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Sept. 23

1,005,783

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Sept. 16

1,155,246

1,154,326

1,167,611

1,156,082

1,173,036

78,486

78,242

78,283

79,048

79,392

80,025

982,596
793,024
162,866
1,650
1,159
491
229,241

986,921
799,697
163,376
1,617
1,150
468
228,243

987,836
800,441
164,695
1,676
1,224
452
226,634

993,677
807,407
165,091
1,687
1,243
445
227,414

987,999
803,170
168,974
1,716
1,249
467
227,514

988,504
804,626
168,471
1,791
1,333
458
227,421

47

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Oct. 21

Account

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross and investments adjusted2
Total loans and leases gross adjusted3
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total6
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




106,135

100,518

98,974

1,020,093

1,020,636

1,014,129

116,721
13,971
102,750
16,030
45,173
41,547
67,418
2,623
64,796
48,090
5,120
42,970
16,705
3,025

116,720
14,666
102,054
15,886
44,412
41,757
68,569
2,596
65,973
47,846
5,212
42,633
18,127
2,960

115,661
13,988
101,673
15,955
44,332
41,385
68,497
2467
66.029
47.797
5,216
42,580
18,232
3,027

118,858
15,399
103,459
15,936
44,997
42,525
68,770
2,415
66,355
47,598
5,227
42,370
18,757
3,114

117,550
14,452
103,098
15,800
-14,952
42,346
69,036
2,551
<>6,484
47,541
5,219
42,322
18,943
3,299

74,315
47,081
19,451
7,782
809,733
790,536
273,799
2,223
271,576
268,582
2,994
241,089
13,409
227,680
142,202
49,992
22,378
5,308
22,306
23,069
5,682
31,488
2,881
20,334
19,196
4,400
34,162
771,171
124,408

69,347
41,464
19,413
8,470
808,218
788,983
275,120
2,326
272,793
269,764
3,030
241,095
13,510
227,584
142,699
51,154
22,819
5,643
22,692
19,102
5,645
31,362
2,997
19,809
19,235
4,423
34,230
769,565
127,728

74,436
46,827
19,153
8,455
805,491
785,712
276,968
2,244
274,724
271,694
3,030
241,597
13,620
227,977
142,476
50,820
22,429
5,334
23,056
14,679
5,601
31,392
2,888
19,290
19,779
4,339
34,377
766,775
130,363

69,181
40,D05
20,972
8,204
802,464
782,504
276,376
2,250
274»:,26
271t051
3,075
242,251
13,686
228,* 65
142,677
50,473
22,735
4,796
22,942
12,650
5,504
31,284
2,S«)
18,450
19,950
4,3-10
34,397
763,7:17
127,038

66,010
40,003
18,031
7,976
802,593
782,636
276,560
2,318
274,242
271,292
2,950
243,083
13,762
229,321
142,456
50,096
21,952
5,005
23,138
12,407
5,484
31,361
2,844
18,345
19,957
4,350
34,360
763,884
125,439

61,442
37,044
16,687
7,712
801,491
781,508
275,532
2,210
273,322
270,363
2,959
243,439
13,873
229,566
142,515
49,185
22,089
4,327
22,769
12,488
5,419
31,219
2,813
18,898
19,983
4,296
34,394
762,801
120,896

1,264,962

1,263,660

1,253,2<>6

1,246,594

1,233,999

230,402
178,315
5,335
2,078
24,378
7,174
922
12,200
60,121
533,798
496,297
25,569
795
10,347
790
265,994
275
22,857
242,861
94,726

234,023
180,167
5,493
4,581
24,947
6,928
810
11,098
62,477
535,335
498,289
25,345
773
10,095
833
259,914
345
14,033
245,535
91,652

223,2:3
175,482
5.KO
l,4tfi
25,261
6,445
848
8,587
61,824
535,904
499,007
25,159
748
10,165
82.5
261,287
260
20,490
240,53'?
90,259

224,964
173,804
5,344
3,852
24,805
6,604
651
9,906
61,228
536,595
499,467
25,088
764
10,452
824
252,786
369
16,626
235,791
90,574

217,755
171,842
5,601
2,190
23,140
6,467
755
7,761
60,792
535,856
498,382
25,357
832
10,451
834
247,455
330
16,895
230,230
92,485

1,185,041

1,183,401

1,172,49(1

1,166,148

1,154,345

79,972

,

103,837
1,029,460

1,173,486

....

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)4

111,158
1,026,076

225,531
176,590
5,490
1,410
25,272
6,654
966
9,150
60,995
532,822
495,671
25,662
620
10,082
786
264,928
2,720
22,928
239,281
89,209

Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
.,
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
.,
Nontransaction balances .
,
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
,
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money^
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .

48

Nov. 25

1,253,458

46 Total assets

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

Nov. 18

115,456
14,769
100,688
16,750
44,143
39,794
66,892
2,470
64,422
48,055
5,109
42,946
16,367
2,804

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
.....
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities . .
To others .
Other loans and leases gross
.. . .
Other loans gross . , . .
Commercial and industrial
..
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
All other
U S addressees
Non-U S addressees
Real estate loans
. . . .
. .
Revolving home eouity
All other '
..
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries . . . .
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve
.....
Other loans and leases, net .
All other assets

67 Total liabilities

Nov 11

98,411

3 U.S Treasury and federal 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

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Nov. 4

1,030,639

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

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Oct. 28

79,921

80,259

80,76$

80,446

79,654

999,742
814,589
170,013
1,799
1,333
466
227,162

1,000,447
813,282
171,715
1,736
1,271
466
225,259

998,920
810,671
172,558
1,716
1,248
468
224,976

9%,08S
808,904
172,597
1,727
1,263
464
224,971

997,390
806,648
172,906
1,786
1,321
464
225,070

993,686
803,801
172,866
1,820
1,352
469
224,050

16. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Dec. 2

Account

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others .
Other loans and leases, gross
Other loans gross
.
.
Commercial und industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper .
All other
U.S. addressees
'.
Non-U S addressees ,
Real estate leans
Revolving home equity
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other . „
Lease financingreceivables. . .
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve . . . ,
,
Other loans and leases net
All other assets , .

..

..
.

.......

46 Total assets
Demand deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers* checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals purtnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreisn governments official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money .
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money3
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures

67 Total liabilities . ,
4

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross, and investments adjusted5
Total loans and leases gross adjusted5
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total6
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




Adjustment
bank7

...

97,414

104,757

106,541

113,114

3,168

1,012,808

1,024,795

1,015,801

1,024,050

19,175

119,364
15,383
103,981
16,195
45,854
41,933
68,360
2,187
66,173
47,256
5,144
42,112
18,917
3,161

119,092
14,787
104,305
16,077
46,142
42,086
68,156
1,981
66,175
47,201
5,192
42,008
18,974
2,869

118,436
13,483
104,953
16,077
46,773
42,102
68,295
2,230
66,066
47,083
5,187
41,896
18,982
2,629

118,239
12,242
105,996
16,036
46,730
43,230
68,442
2,377
66,064
46,982
5,186
41,796
19,083
2,675

116,702
11,022
105,680
15,893
46,705
43,083
69,343
2,926
66,417
47,012
5,201
41,811
19,404
2,895

1,979
-12
1,991
455
915
620
1,618
10
1,608
1,320
236
1,085
288
1

67,365
43,149
17,442
6,774
804,319
784,353
276,505
2,158
274,347
271,357
2,990
243,913
13,948
229,965
142,635
50,108
22,422
4,423
23,263
12,898
5,441
31,042
2,799
19,011
19,966
4,247
34,541
765,531
123,669

59,129
36,279
15,957
6,893
802,314
782,273
275,789
2,193
273,596
270,534
3,061
244,114
14,055
230,059
143,081
49,940
21,993
4,523
23,424
12,507
5,433
30,812
2,752
17,844
20,041
4,272
34,481
763,561
122,282

66,172
44,741
14,506
6,925
807,928
787,816
277,498
2,062
275,436
272,391
3,045
245,082
14,190
230,892
144,121
49,979
22,006
4,227
23,746
13,064
5,468
30,725
2,810
19,069
20,112
4,272
34,393
769,263
127,410

56,107
35,884
13,776
6,447
808,781
788,547
278,211
1,993
276,218
273,129
3,089
245,721
14,299
231,422
145,171
49,763
21,694
4,509
23,559
12,519
5,473
30,527
2,734
18,428
20,234
4,293
34,150
770,338
123,716

63,528
44,188
13,109
6,231
809,723
789,369
279,324
2,008
277,316
274,338
2,978
246,205
14,912
231,293
144,547
49,854
21,724
4,201
23,929
12,416
5,644
30,353
2,674
18,353
20,354
4,175
33,966
771,582
123,762

911
1,217
-78
-228
15,130
15,000
4,491
13
4,478
4,472
7
6,604
269
6,335
3,149
137
96
3
38
75
25
391
1
126
130
121
343
14,666
1,149

1,232,504

1,256,962

1,246,059

1,260,926

23,493

225,666
177,824
5,658
1,474
23,529
7,090
809
9,282
62,753
536,090
499,014
25,022
779
10,429
846
260,017
415
16,117
243,485
90,683

213,074
168,885
5,193
1,356
21,663
7,017
763
8,195
62,306
536,826
499,662
25,292
763
10,278
831
245,594
630
5,382
239,582
93,456

237,814
183,331
6,192
3,716
27,731
6,499
1,035
9,309
62,399
536,098
498,785
25,381
910
10,208
815
249,396
565
12,394
236,438
90,780

230,206
180,792
6,096
3,427
23,980
6,652
689
8,750
62,574
536,529
498,816
25,425
898
10,580
810
244,978
185
22,168
222,625
91,299

239,218
184,046
5,910
3,139
26,978
6,883
1,199
11,063
62,235
534,969
497,263
25,425
892
10,602
786
252,456
430
23,170
228,856
92,303

4,033
4,613
110
29
-894
7

1,175,209

.....

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

69
70
71
72
73
74
75

Dec. 30

1,255,630

3 U S Treasury and federal agencies
4 Trading account
5 Investment account by maturity

68 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)

Dec. 23

108,180

2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Dec. 16

1,023,781

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Dec. 9

1,151,257

1,176,489

1,165,586

1,181,182

80,420

81,248

80,473

80,472

79,744

1,447

996,998
806,113
171,135
1,740
1,270
470
225,674

993,288
803,171
172,227
1,707
1,245
462
225,236

996,713
807,353
171,965
1,566
1,126
440
224,754

996,666
807,310
173,691
1,508
1,080
428
223,278

996,280
807,340
173,486
1,374
1,057
317
222,371

18,326
14,728
3,851

168
2,298
16,041
15,428
518
36
59
1
-871
'75
-946
544

22,046

7, lib

49

17* Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Jan. 7

Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Cash and due from depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U S Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities 2
Federal funds sold . .
To commercial banks in the United States
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
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

Individuals partnerships and corporations
. ....
Other
.. 4
Non-transaction accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
Other
. ...
Borrowings from other than directly related institutions
5
Federal funds purchased
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
41 Total loans gross, and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans gross adjusted6

50



Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

10,094
85 260
7,059
6,094
4,612
3 308
1,303

9,888
84,448
6,910
6,144
5,513
3,864
1,648

10,088
86,829
7,218
6,223
7,463
5,856
1,606

10,288
86,470
7,007
6,428
6,645
4,880
1,765

10,483
82,745
6,906
6,635
5,190
3,958
1,232

10,064
83,174
6,915
6,778
6,190
5,488
702

9,897
84,832
7,195
6,724
5,808
4,826
982

9,796
86,091
6,818
6,849
6,069
4,660
1,408

8,993
85,047
6,662
7,160
4,270
3,227
1,044

67,496
40,688
3,047
37,641
35,524
2,118
15,928
11 777
1,100
3 051
525
3 910
6,445
22,391
16,020
133,765

65,880
39,881
2,862
37,019
34,845
2,174
15,832
11,842
1,090
2,900
527
3,506
6,134
22,740
16,646
133,722

65,926
40,213
2,954
37,259
35,084
2,175
15,421
11,642
1,008
2,772
556
3,612
6,124
22,812
15,022
134,752

66,389
40,488
2,966
37,522
35,159
2,363
15,662
11,901
1,055
2,706
576
3,620
6,043
22,935
13,744
133,437

64,013
39,794
2,937
36,857
34,798
2,059
14,541
10,976
995
2,569
556
3,129
5,993
22,465
16,268
131,961

63,:»92
40t:.94
3,:48
37,046
34,914
2,132
14,^.33
10,£64
926
2,643
573
2,206
5,884
22,455
14,667
130,361

65,105
41,012
3,059
37,954
35,579
2,374
15,134
11,581
997
2,556
543
2,512
5,904
21,686
15,876
132,292

66,354
41,642
2,833
38,810
36,607
2,203
15,506
12,108
959
2,440
776
2,779
5,650
22,154
14,046
132,086

66,954
41,810
2,796
39,014
36,705
2,310
15,796
12,174
1,139
2,483
844
2,809
5,695
22,460
1,5,527
132,028

38 694
3,191
1 890
1,302
35 502
28,744
6,758
55,708
31,228
20,252
10,976
24 480
21,514
2 966
24,373
14990
133,765

39,372
3,376
1,842
1,535
35,996
29,084
6,912
53,980
28,147
18,361
9,786
25,833
22,549
3,283
24,887
15,483
133,722

39,545
3,609
1,968
1,641
35,936
29,245
6,691
54,323
28,490
17,168
11,322
25,832
22,048
3,784
25,056
15,828
134,752

39,025
3,288
1,858
1,430
35,737
28,838
6,899
51,444
26,236
16,021
10,215
25,207
21,788
3,419
25,497
17,472
133,437

38,462
3,361
1,957
1,404
35,101
28,384
6,718
55,168
30,034
19,244
10,790
25,134
21,574
3,560
24,837
13,494
131,961

38,476
3,148
1,706
1,442
35,329
28,372
6,956
51,832
26,400
16,436
9,9(54
25,432
21,917
3,5,5
24,4*f4
15,578
130,361

39,316
3,446
1,826
1,620
35,870
28,971
6,899
54,025
27,256
16,869
10,387
26,769
23,017
3,752
23,763
15,188
132,292

39,354
3,016
1,823
1,192
36,338
29,519
6,819
50,447
22,344
12,343
10,001
28,102
23,762
4,340
24,230
18,056
132,086

39,778
3,133
1,978
1,155
36,645
2,9,752
6,892
53,708
25,808
15,352
10,457
27,900
24,246
3,654
24,807
13,735
132,028

70,174
57 022

68,742
55,687

69,331
55,890

69,689
56,253

67,811
54,270

66,822
53,119

68,425
54,506

69,322
55,655

69,646
5') 824

17. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Mar. 11 | Mar. 18

Mar. 25 | Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

Cash and due from depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U.S. Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities 2
Federal funds sold
To commercial banks in the United States
To others

9,450
85 846
7 193
7 183
5 102
4 189
913

9,530
87 151
7,210
7 102
4 920
3 667
1 253

9,936
90 547
7 060
7 189
6499
5 755
744

10,456
90,357
7,144
7 103
5,811
4 369
1 ,442

10,194
87 795
6,925
7 241
4,173
2 566
1,607

9,858
89 723
6,748
7 243
5,098
3 331
1 767

10,314
94 653
6 569
7 232
9 212
7 010
2 202

10,357
92 073
6 728
7 418
7 223
5 595
1 627

10 749
90 791
6 716
7 790
7 007
5 692
1 315

Other loans gross
Commercial and industrial
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
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3
26
Individuals partnerships and corporations

66 368
41,679
2,821
38 858
36,632
2 226
15,831
12,302
947
2,582
895
2,412
5,551
22 990
14,794
133,081

67 918
42,534
2,748
39 786
37,521
2 265
16,059
12,633
861
2,565
978
2,664
5,684
23 402
15,696
135,779

69 799
43 222
2,658
40 564
38,312
2 252
16 927
13,454
860
2,613
1,035
2 909
5,706
23 354
14,387
138,225

70 299
44,130
2,657
41,474
39,173
2,300
16,350
12,742
848
2,759
1,028
2,967
5,824
22,681
15,447
138,942

69 456
42,970
2,840
40,130
37,814
2 316
16,314
12,612
876
2,826
1,153
3,274
5,745
23,302
15,467
136,758

70634
43,459
2,973
40487
38,198
2 289
16,324
12,336
1 066
2,922
1,152
3,940
5,757
22 873
15,984
138,438

71 641
44 241
3,108
41 132
38,729
2 404
16,200
12,429
998
2,772
908
4 534
5,757
23 016
15,086
143,069

70 704
43 860
3,099
40 761
38,500
2 261
15 763
12,034
934
2 795
839
4 412
5,829
23 654
13 868
139,952

69 277
43 514
3,171
40 342
38 071
2 271
15 238
11,511
888
2 839
746
3 900
5,880
23 914
14 918
140,371

40 129
3,181
1 852
1,329
36,948
29 938
7,010
52 514
23,814
13,550
10,264
28 700
24,891
3 809
24,980
15,458
133 081

40 407
3,243
1 764
1,478
37,164
30,098
7,067
55,288
25,596
15,294
10,302
29 691
25,810
3 881
25,480
14,604
135,779

40 667
3,136
1 704
1,432
37,531
30 879
6,653
54 023
22,928
13,419
9,510
31 094
26,626
4 468
25,710
17,824
138,225

40,678
3,417
1,802
1,615
37,261
30,111
7,150
58,121
27,813
16,972
10,841
30,307
25,812
4,495
24,652
15,491
138,942

40 160
2,982
1 781
1,201
37,177
30,528
6,649
56,636
25,797
15,145
10,652
30,838
26,550
4 288
25,740
14,222
136,758

40 955
3,232
1 906
1,326
37,723
30,973
6,750
57,542
25,848
15,275
10,573
31 604
27,386
4 217
26,086
13,945
138,438

41 955
3,392
2 041
1,351
38,563
31,845
6,718
58461
26,489
14,830
11,659
31 971
27,625
4 346
26,452
16,202
143,069

43 556
3 786
2035
1 750
39,771
32 771
7,000
54 106
23,451
12,524
10,927
30 655
26,344
4 311
27,024
15,266
139 952

43 491
3 442
2 019
1,423
40,048
32 952
7,097
53 936
25,553
15,103
10,450
28 383
24,216
4 167
27,272
15,673
140 371

69,356
54 979

70,850
56 538

71,338
57 090

73,245
58,998

72,617
58 451

74,055
60,065

75,215
61 414

74,444
60 297

73,588
59 081

Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

28 Non-transaction accounts4
29
Individuals partnerships and corporations
30
Other . . . .
31 Borrowings from other than directly related institutions
32 Federal funds purchased5
33
From commercial banks in the United States
34
From others
35 Other liabilities for borrowed money
36
To commercial banks in the United States
37
To others
3 8 Other liabilities t o nonrelated parties . . . .
. .
39 Net due to related institutions
40 Total liabilities
MEMO
41 Total loans, gross, and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans gross adjusted6




.

May 6

51

17. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Cash and due from depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U.S Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities
Federal funds sold^
.
,
To commercial banks in the United States
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
Individuals partnerships and corporations
27
Other
28
Non-transaction accounts4
29
Individuals partnerships and corporations
30
Other
3 1 Borrowings from other than directly related institutions
32 Federal funds purchased5
33
From commercial banks in the United States
34
From others
35 Other liabilities for borrowed money
36
To commercial banks in the United States
37
To others
38 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
39 Net due to related institutions
,.,,.
40 Total liabilities
MEMO
41 Total loans gross and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans, gross, adjusted6

52



May 13

May 20

May 27

10,135
90,067
6,461
7,737
6,532
5 701

10,062
92,173
6,712
7,867
7,793
6671
1,122

10,406
94,116
7,051
7,862
8,370
7 567
70,833
44,331
3,184
41,147
38639
2,508
16,830
13,024

2 799
657
2,968
5,922
24,514
14,360
139,077

69,800
44,209
3,264
40,946
38 577
2,368
16,377
12,526
1,042
2 809
572
2,697
5,945
24,673
17,036
143,944

43,684
3,275
1 993
1,282
40,409
33,350
7,058
50,976
21 121
10,997
10 124
29,855
25,534
4,321
27 829
16,588
139,077
71,776
57,578

832
69,336
43,495
3 126
40,369
38 099
2,270
16,294
12 590

905

June 3 | June 10 | June 17 June 24

July 1

July 8

10,430
89,796
6,913
8,066
4,599
4,006
593

9,785
91,862
6,670
8,067
5,933
5,284
649

10,OD3
92,129
6,773
7,956
5,971
5,155
8 16

10,299
92,566
6,487
7,983
5,924
5 208

9,923
93,511
6,614
7962
6,601
6003

10,840
90,821
6,464
7 974
5,089
4 544

716

598

545

71,192
44,830
3,168
41,663
39,155
2,508
17,303
13,608
1,079
2,616
359
2,588
6,111
25,120
17,282
144,050

71,3'J9
45,484
3,404
42.0BO
39,4<K)
2,5<K)
16,9M
13,428
979
2,543
416
2,243
6,3C4
25,963
16,741
144,836

72,171
45,800
3,267
42,533
39 887
2,646
17,394
13,778
1,088
2 528
367
2,291
6,319
26,810
16,546
146,220

72,333
45,423
3 241
42,182
39 367
2,815
16,873
13 219
1,071
2 583
374
2,883
6,779
26,921
17,994
148,348

71 294
45,199
3 092
42,107
39 099
3,008
17,001
13 502

2875
362
3,117
6,193
24,267
16,398
145,188

70,217
43,699
3,038
40,661
38,145
2,516
17,403
13,830
903
2,670
372
2,496
6,248
25,392
17,821
143,439

? 564
333
2,304
6,457
27,053
17,704
146,418

43,385
3,318
2,061
1,256
40,067
32,993
7,074
58,021
27 050
14,867
12 183
30,971
25,926
5,044
28 044
14,494
143,944

44,028
3,781
2,046
1,735
40,248
33,387
6,860
55,280
24,053
14,143
9,911
31,226
26,480
4,746
27 631
18,248
145,188

43,628
3,612
2,191
1,422
40,015
33,328
6,687
57,340
26,274
16,366
9,908
31,065
26,131
4,934
28,723
13,748
143,439

43,457
3,329
2,083
1,247
40,128
33,446
6,681
56,515
25,071
13,894
11,117
31,444
26,326
5,118
28,661
15,416
144,050

42,636
3,251
2,029
1,222
39,385
32,20$
7,177
56,60:5
23,87')
13,986
9,894
32,726
27,40:*
5,324
29 8S&
15,736
144,836

42,743
3,281
1,969
1,312
39,462
32,278
7,184
55,199
24,010
13,253
10,757
31,189
25,899
5,289
30 299
17,979
146,220

42,184
3,271
1,995
1,276
38,913
30,242
8,670
59,054
27,046
16,649
10,397
32,008
26,021
5,987
30 186
16,924
148,348

42,132
3,183
2,016
1,167
38,948
31,465
7,484
58,802
27,389
16,110
11 280
31,412
25,854
5,558
30,395
15,089
146,418

72,975
58,396

73,525
58,612

71,959
56,980

72,971
58,233

73,545
58,786

73,580
59,109

74,289
59,712

72*776
58~33S

803

931

935

17. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871—
Continued
Millions of dolktrs, Wednesday figures
July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

10 848
93,693
6,529
7,969
7 267
6,649
618

10,833
94,173
6,801
7,938
7,651
7,024
627

10,750
94,475
6,754
7,924
7,937
7,124
812

10,677
91,862
6,946
7,842
5,935
4,978
957

1 1 , 147
93,321
6,860
7,810
7,499
6,499
1 000

10,970
93,370
6,977
7,816
6936
5,664
1 272

11,725
94,778
6,853
7,596
9 186
7,938
1 248

9 660
93,468
7,425
7,440
7 472
6,090
1 382

11 236
96 318
7,204
7 442
8 891
7 271
1 620

71 927
45,148
3 232
41,915
39 121
2 794
17,509
13 875
1,008
!
2,626
410
..
2 259
6,601
27,141
18,402
150,084

71 782
45,528
3 323
42,204
39 543
2,661
17,424
13 850
893
2,680
287
2 155
6,388
27,068
16,152
148,226

71 859
45,762
3 603
42,159
39 491
2,668
17,333
13 772
957
2,604
111
2 019
6,468
26,974
15,934
148,133

71 139
46,390
3 751
42,639
40048
2,590
16,070
12,526
923
2,622
265
2 022
6,392
27,351
17,648
147,538

71 152
46,611
3 783
42,828
40 312
2,515
15,877
12,245
996
2,635
370
1 910
6,385
27,735
18,560
150,763

71 640
46,576
3 935
42,640
40 130
2,510
16,088
12,407
983
2,698
371
2 275
6,331
27,806
17,211
149,357

71 143
46,101
3 856
42,245
39 788
2,458
15,713
12,102
951
2,660
362
2,265
6,701
27,866
16,843
151,212

71 131
46,454
3 834
42,620
40 248
2,371
15,222
11 340
986
2,896
355
2 379
6,721
27,887
17,145
148,160

72 782
47 598
3 986
43 612
41 114
2 498
15 204
11 280
1 042
2,881
424
2 805
6 750
27,771
15 632
150,958

42 142
3,667
2015
1,652
38 474
31,201
7 273
60,717
29 515
19,516
9 999
31,201
25,819
5,382
30 399
16,826
150 084

41 810
3,245
2 032
1,212
38 565
31,140
7,426
58,176
26,973
14,755
12,218
31,202
24,956
6,246
30308
17,932
148 226

41 950
3,020
1 989
1 ,032
38 929
31,649
7,280
57,345
25,432
13,508
11,924
31,913
25,943
5,970
30,544
18,294
148,133

42 637
3,283
2,263
1,020
39,354
32,022
7,332
58,072
27,235
14,982
12,253
30,836
25,293
5,543
31,047
15,782
147,538

42 609
43 005
3,373
3,322
2,182
2,160
1,162
1,191
39,632
39,287
32,201
31,948
7,430
7,339
58,297
56,383
27,999
26,739
16,231
14,720
1 1 ,767 12,019
30,298
29,644
24,186
23,668
6,112
5,976
31,732
32,193
17,729
18,172
150,763 149,357

43,110
3,414
2,187
1,227
39,696
32,230
7,466
57,000
27,201
15,931
11,271
29,798
23,841
5,957
31,212
19,890
151,212

43 044
3,360
2 129
1,231
39,684
32,244
7,440
53,897
25,347
12,817
12,530
28,549
22,368
6,181
31,132
20,088
148,160

43 744
3 658
2 302
1 356
40 086
32,569
7 517
53,023
24 419
13,103
11 315
28,604
22,452
6,152
31 489
22,702
150 958

73,168
58 670

73,299
58,599

73,578
58,559

74,358
59,570

74,738
60,289

76,038
61,172

77,768
63,121

Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Cash and due from depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U.S. Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities . <!
Federal funds sold
To commercial hanks in the United States . . .
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
AH 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
Individuals partnerships and corporations
28 Non-transaction accounts*
29
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations ,
30
Other
3 1 Borrowings from other than directly related institutions
32 Federal funds purchased5
33
From commercial banks in the United States
34
From others
35 Other liabilities for borrowed money
36
To commercial banks in the United States
37
To others
38 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
39 Net due to related institutions
40 Total liabilities
MEMO
41 Total loans, gross, and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans gro^s adjusted6




. . . .

...

Aug. 12

74,577
59,906

75,298
60,505

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

53

17. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Sept. 16

Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Cash and due from depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U.S Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities 2
Federal funds sold
To commercial banks in the United States
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
Individuals partnerships and corporations
27
Other
28 Non-transaction accounts4
29
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
30
Other
31 Borrowings from other than directly related institutions . . . .
32 Federal funds purchased5
33
From commercial banks in the United States . . . .
34
From others
35 Other liabilities for borrowed money
36
To commercial banks in the United States
37
To others . . .
38 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
. . . .
39 Net due to related institutions
40 Total liabilities .
...
MEMO
41 Total loans, gross, and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans gross adjusted6

54



Sept. 23

Sept. 30 | Oct. 7 | Oct. 14 Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

10,726
97 817
7,391
7 441
8,078
6 206
1,872

10,248
99 592
7,970
7 860
9,224
7 296
1 927

12,128
99 330
7,394
7 638
7,275
5 846
1,429

10,346
96,698
7,389
7 537
7,298
5 858
1,440

9,898
98,278
7,330
7,510
9,041
7 744
1,297

10.2C7
100,732
7,441
7,446
10,787
8,9CO
1,887

9,695
101 160
6,946
7 753
12,234
10 399
1 835

10,434
97 204
7,466
7 402
8 474
6 730
1,744

10,013
96 081
7,290
7 516
8,073
6081
1 992

74,907
49,447
4,116
45,331
42,913
2,418
15,748
11,850
1,079
2,818
356
2,765
6,592
27,718
16,690
152,950

74 539
49,183
3 951
45,232
42 825
2,407
16047
11,986
1 138
2,923
342
2,184
6,783
28,140
16,138
154 120

77,022
49,977
3 867
46,110
43,680
2,430
16 550
12,293
1 340
2,916
385
2,998
7,113
29,002
15,122
155 583

74,474
48,998
3,876
45,122
42,736
2,386
16,505
12,230
1 196
3,079
395
1,685
6,892
28,698
15,746
151 489

74,397
48,851
3,996
44,855
42,447
2,407
16,356
11,994
1,299
3,063
409
1,750
7,031
28,495
15,414
152,086

75,058
49,467
3,912
45,555
43,133
2,425
15,813
1 1 ,29 >
1 ,46.5
3,06[

6,88 1
28,880
15,940
1S5,7S<»

74 227
49,394
3 916
45,478
43 099
2,379
15 380
11,304
1 117
2,959
385
2287
6,781
28,521
14,019
153 395

73 860
49,090
3 361
45,730
43 400
2,330
15 618
11,644
1 012
2962
388
2062
6,701
28,927
15,953
152 517

7^ 202
47,526
1 553
45,974
43 576
2,198
15 836
11 872
913
3 051
400
2 339
7,100
31,776
14,071
151 942

43,601
3,394
2 163
1,230
40207
32,788
7,419
56,222
26,872
14,356
12,516
29,349
22,283
7,066
31,264
21,863
152,950

44 098
3,536
2 114
1,422
40 562
33,323
7 238
54,777
25 092
12,190
12 902
29,684
22,975
6,710
32 646
22,599
154,120

43 615
3,640
2028
1,612
39 975
32,367
7 608
55,447
25 524
13,790
11,734
29,923
23,870
6,054
32,762
23,759
155,583

42 133
3,193
2 217
976
38 941
31,663
7,278
56,947
27,583
14,839
12,744
29,364
23,001
6,362
32,674
19,734
151,489

42,504
3,433
2,045
1,388
39,071
31,840
7,231
55,804
26,342
15,082
11,259
29,462
22,971
6,491
32,563
21,214
152,086

42,283
3,337
221*
1,121
38,945
31,88C
7,06$
58,085
27,968
16,902
11,067
30,116
23,297
6,819
32,929
22,460
155,759

42 810
3,530
1 984
1,546
39 280
32,118
7 163
53,855
25 420
16,093
9 327
28,434
22,055
6,379
33 127
23,603
153 395

42 747
3,527
1 865
1,662
39 219
31,889
7 330
56,494
27 448
17,568
9 880
29,046
22,743
6,303
33 004
20,272
152 517

42 397
3,341
1 908
1.432
39056
31S954
7 102
54,297
25 598
15,592
10 007
28,699
22,672
6,02?
32 830
22,417
151 942

79,761
64,929

80,310
64481

81,191
66 158

78,610
63 684

78,540
63,700

80,540
65,653

79,457
64 758

78,829
63 960

78,128
61 122

387
2,50:5

17. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19871Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Nov. 18

MEMO
41 Total loans gross and securities adjusted6
42 Total loans gross, adjusted6

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

9,920
99,280
7,626
7,299
8,988
6,354
2,634

10,326
100,996
7,511
7,341
10,272
8,152
2,120

10,150
102,108
7,370
7,474
9,364
7,490
1,874

10,878
106,407
7,056
7,811
11,688
10,136
1,522

73,698
47,678'
1,501
46,178
43,722
2,456
16,826
12,688
1,093
3,045
403
1,738
7,052
31,805
16,081
154,012

74,763
48,209
1,488
46,722
44,378
2,344
16,639
12,218
1,288
3,134
401
1,991
7,522
31,787
14,182
154,555

75,367
49,250
1,524
47,725
45,250
2,475
16,268
11,806
1,272
3,190
411
1,971
7,468
31,798
13,879
154,877

75,872
49,185
1,457
47,728
45,160
2,568
16,311
11,924
1,223
3,164
398
2,200
7,777
31,264
12,498
155,084

77,899
50,498
1,528
48,970
46,719
2,251
16,934
12,429
1,208
3,297
400
2,201
7,866
31,427
13,256
156,942

79,852
51,882
1,664
50,218
48,035
2,183
16,784
12,153
1,245
3,386
418
2,121
8,646
31,500
12,676
161,461

41,849
2,918
1,714
1,204
38,931
31,912
7,018
58,464
27,249
16,924
10,326
31,215
24,299
6,916
33,016
20,683
154,012

41,773
2,841
1,709
1,132
38,932
31,234
7,699
58,777
28,495
16,373
12,122
30,282
23,841
6,441
33,304
20,701
154,555

42,366
3,092
1,969
1,123
39,274
31,430
7,844
56,187
25,886
13,943
11,943
30,302
23,081
7,221
33,338
22,986
154,877

43,088
3,206
1,876
1,330
39,882
32,290
7,592
56,865
25,380
15,256
10,124
31,486
24,295
7,190
32,544
22,587
155,084

43,349
3,033
1,909
1,124
40,315
32,718
7,597
54,285
22,167
12,413
9,754
32,118
24,274
7,844
32,639
26,668
156,942

44,244
3,461
1,895
1,566
40,783
33,190
7,593
56,753
24,201
15,115
9,086
32,552
24,999
7,554
32,557
27,907
161,461

78,857
63,843

•

Dec. 16

11,801
96,785
7,681
7,394
6,947
4,174
2,772

41,917
3,221
1,932
1,289
38,696
31,655
7,042
57,873
28,195
17,030
11,166
29,678
23,826
5,851
32,928
22,124
154,844

.

Dec. 9

9,970
96,156
7,328
7,450
7,679
5,663
2,016

72,857
48,051
1,448
46,603
44,212
2,391
15,627
11,437
1,133
3,056
407
1,655
7,118
31,619
13,816
154,844

Cash and due fron depository institutions
Total loans and securities
U S Treasury and government agency securities
Other securities !
Federal funds sold
To commercial banks in the United States
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 hanks in the United States
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank finnncial 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
Individuals partnerships and corporations
27
Other
28 Non-transaction accounts4
29
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
30
Other
3 1 Borrowings from other than directly related institutions
32 Federal funds purchased5
33
From commercial banks in the United States
34
From others
35 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . . '.
36
To commercial banks in the United States
37
To others . . .
38 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
39 Net due to related institutions
40 Total liabilities

Nov. 25 | Dec. 2

10,922
98,486
7,558
7,456
10,615
8,191
2,423

Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

77,804
63,026

80,393
65,317

81,121
66,195

80,920
66,068

82,189
67,344

84,118
69,251

18. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 19871
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter, not seasonally adjusted
All commercial banks

Type of holder

All weekly reporting banks

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 All holders— Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .

335.9

340.2

339.0

343.5

178.1

179.3

179.1

183.8

2
3
4
5
6

35.9
183.0
88.9
2.9
25.2

36.6
187.2
90.1
3.2
23.1

36.5
188.2
88.7
3.2
22.4

36.3
191.9
90.0
3.4
21.9

28.7
94.4
36.8
2.8
15.5

29.3
94,8
37.5
3.1
14.6

Financial business
Nonfmancial business
Consumer . . . . . . .
Foreign
.
Other




,.

29.3
96.0
37.2
3.1
13.5

28.6
100.0
39.7
3.3
12.7

55

19. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding, 1987
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Item

Financial companies2
Dealer-placed paper*
Total
Bank-related
....
Directly placed paper4
Total
Bank-related

....

6 Nonfinancial companies5 . . .

....

4
5

Apr.

Mar.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.1

Dec.

335,188 337,300 339,592 347,218 353,799 352,770 349,975 350,780 35l>,993 356,577 351,844 3,57,129

1 All issuers

2
3

Feb.

101 474 103 139 102 887
2,174
2,116
2,284

104,257 106 108 108,374 108,469 109,941
2,311
2,404
2,428
2,430
2,308

156 456 158,616 159,333
45,085 45,722 46,634

163,649
48,604

75,545

78,312

77,258

77,372

114,435 109,020
2,600
2,688

105,196 101 958
1,893
1,428

168 383 164,932 162,764 162,674 165,319 170,403 169,779 173,939
48,401 47,862 46,354 45,487 46,790 46,249 45,353 43,173

79,308

79,464

78,742

78,165

77,239

77,154

76,869

SI, 232

B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars* end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

65,049

65,144

65,954

66,758

67,779

69,622

68,495

68,645

6*1,771

71,891

71,068

70,565

Holder
2 Accepting banks
3 Own bills
4 Bills bought

13,224
10 662
2,561

11,828
10,006
1,821

12,246
10,516
1,730

11,180
9,784
1,396

11,201
9,569
1,631

11,234
9,661
1,573

10,664
9,630
1,035

10,870
9,905
965

10,521
9,400
1,121

10,856
9,742
1,114

10,701
9,714
987

10,943
9,464
11,479

Federal Reserve Banks
5 Own account
6 Foreign correspondents
7 Others

0
983
50 843

0
1,230
52 087

1,453
52,255

o

0
1,519
54,052

0
1,547
55032

0
1,717
56,671

0
1,463
56,367

0
1,397
56,379

0
1 ,467
56,784

0
1,400
59,635

0
1,134
59,234

0
965
58,658

14,459
12 783
37,807

14,615
12 876
37,654

14,711
13,083
38,159

15,116
13,836
37,838

15,361
14,028
38,401

16,179
14,161
39,281

17,431
14,659
36,405

17,087
14,967
36,590

17/..98
15t046
36,326

17,814
15,949
38,122

16,942
15,435
38,691

16,483
15,227
38,855

Item

Basis
8 Imports into United States . . . . . . . .
9 Exports from United States
10 All other

20. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19871
Percent per year
Rate

Effective date

r

i
1 ...
15
September 4
October 7
22
November 5

7.75
8.00
8.25
8.75
9.25
9.00
8.75
Averages of daily effective rates

Year

Jan.

Feb.

8.20

7.50

7.50

56



|

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

7.50

7.75

8.13

8.25

8.25

8.25

8.68

|

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

9.07

8.79

8.75

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks—19871
A. Commercial and industrial loans
Survey of loans made February 2-6
Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

6.49=7.04

85.6

6.2

Fed funds

.14
.06
.21

6.81-7.60
6.76-7.31
7.04-8.86

72.8
71.0
78.8

8.5
9.9
4.0

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

8.09
7.75
8.33

.19
.28
.15

7.11-8.78
6.91-7.87
7.71-8.84

73.1
65.8
78.2

7.7
10.1
6.0

Prime
Domestic
Prime

*
*
*

8.18
7.10
8.26

.12
.23
.11

7.71-8.84
6,54-7.74
7.71-8.84

80.8
83.7
80.6

4.0
6.3
3.8

Prime
Other
Prime

Weighted
average
maturity2

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

15,399,940

7,055

*

6.86

.26

7,737,558
5,981,071
1,756,488

487
725
230

19
18
22

7.38
7.14
8.21

9,459,714
3,900,457
5,559,258

Characteristic

102
89
114

151
113
178

155
205
148

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Interquartile
range5

Standard
error4

ALL BANKS
1 Overnight7
2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

...

. . .

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate , .
...
8 Demand8 . . . , , . ,
9 Fixed rate . ._
10 Floating rate .

...

5,431,743
409,577
5,022,166

1 1 Total short term

...

38,028,957

260

49

7.46

.14

6.70-7.79

79.2

6.7

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499
17 500-999
...
18 1000 and over

25,481,985
328,649
171,646
150,041
426,753
290,051
24,114,846

453
8
32
63
182
661
8,365

23
112
117
133
90
66
19

7.07
11.20
10.56
9.76
8.76
7.69
6.94

.15
.24
.20
.23
.24
.12
.05

6.58-7.25
9.93-12.39
8.88-12.38
8.84-11.02
7.71-9.85
7.05-8.06
6.57-7.17

79.0
24.2
18.0
25.6
43.8
66.3
81.3

7.7
.1
2.1
.2
2.9
9.0
7.9

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

12,546,972
439,620
489,566
788,340
2,431,898
1,081,056
7,316,492

139
9
34
67
190
631
3,289

136
153
144
162
151
149
127

8.26
9.73
9.45
9.05
8.71
8.36
7.85

.13
.12
.11
.07
.07
.04
.15

7.71-8.84
8.84-10.43
8.66-9.92
8.30-9.65
7.78-9.38
7.76-8.84
7.04-8.33

79.6
67.3
69.0
74.9
78.0
80.8
81.9

4.8
3.4
1.5
2.0
2.8
5.7
5.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

26 Total long term

7,154,803

310

54

8.50

.18

7.71-9.04

78.7

7.3

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
...
29
100-499
30 500-999
31 1000 and over
...

1,735,926
159,809
193,759
46,475
1,335,882

188
20
226
634
8,286

51
56
41
61
51

8.41
11.04
10.04
9.02
7.84

.55
.37
.30
.46
.68

6.87-9.04
9.92-11.85
9.38-10.47
7.71-10.47
6.76-8.44

73.4
6.6
12.8
52.9
91.0

2.0
.8
.8
3.3
2.3

Fed funds
Prime
Other
Other
Fed funds

5,418,876
269,359
529,155
356,616
4,263,747

393
27
211
663
5,862

55
46
53
56
55

8.53
9.81
8.99
8.55
8.39

.15
.16
.14
.11
.12

7.76-9.04
8.84-11.02
8.16-9.38
7.76-9.11
7.71-9.04

80.3
46.3
64.0
78.4
84.7

9.0
2.4
6.2
8.6
9.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

...

.

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-24
...
21 25-49
22 50-99
...
23 10O-499
24 500-999 . . .
...
25 1000 and over

.

Months

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34 100-499 . . t
35 500-999
...
36 1000 and over

.

Days

Loan rate (percent)
Effective3

Nominal9

—

Prime rate 10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

41 Total short term

14,362,487
5,966,654
3,901,031
1,405,330

9,614
4,205
613
948

*
17
126
*

6.75
6.96
6.99
6.83

6.53
6.74
6.81
6.63

7.51
7.51
7.60
7.55

87.2
73.7
79.2
72.9

7,1
10.6
12.3
5.4

25,635,502

Overnight7
...
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8 . .
...

2,383

25

6.84

6.63

7.52

82.1

8.6

18
105

6.82
6.96

6.61
6.75

7.51
7.61

81.7
84.7

8.9
6.7

42 Fixed rate . . . .
43 Floating rate

...
...

22,475,849
3,159,654

3,662
684

44 Total long term

...

1,681,276

906

54

7.09

6.91

7.70

90.4

5.1

818,875
862,401

792
1,050

51
56

7.00
7.18

6.86
6.96

7.67
7.73

91.1
89.7

3.8
6.3

Months

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




57

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made February 2-6
Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

6.54=7.14

87.9

7.3

Fed funds

.04
.04
.11

6.82=7.56
6.81=7.42
7.01-8.30

76.8
73.4
92.2

8.2
8.9
4.8

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

7.57
7.20
7.94

.13
.11
.16

6.91-8.14
6.84-7.34
7.19-8.57

79.6
75.4
83.8

9.4
13.0
5.8

Prime
Domestic
Prime

*
*
*

7.95
6.67
8.03

.20
.34
.20

6.96=8.84
6.63-8.30
7.23-8.84

76.6
82.6
76.3

2.2
.9
2.3

Prime
Other
Prime

Weighted
average
maturity2

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

11,140,547

11,322

*

6.94

.05

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

5,361,941
4,384,372
977,569

2,606
4,168
972

20
19
23

7.25
7.13
7.74

5 Over one month and under a year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

5,390,766
2,692,047
2,698,720

557
1,869
328

138
106
170

2,542,134
148,906
2,393,228

296
709
286

Characteristic

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight7

8 Demand8
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

...

1 1 Total short term

24,435,388

1,147

39

7.25

.04

6.71-7.67

82.5

7.4

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1=24
14 25=49
15 50-99
16
100=499
17
500-999 .
18
1000 and over

18,251,668
7,753
7,312
13,651
101,194
142,968
17,978,790

4,973
10
33
63
237
696
9,872

21
92
82
75
48
56
21

7.03
10.00
9.24
9.11
8.08
7.74
7.01

.04
.23
.15
.38
.16
.14
.04

6.63-7.25
8.84-10.70
8.78=9.89
8.30-9.86
7.11=8.81
7.10=8.24
6.63-7.25

82.4
23.7
33.3
35.8
74.3
81.3
82.6

8.5
.0
1.6
.0
2.5
3.7
8.6

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

6,183,720
71,400
92,170
189,133
803,507
432,844
4,594,666

351
11
34
67
203
645
4,394

127
177
180
191
154
132
119

7.91
9.29
9.05
8.91
8.58
8.35
7.67

.13
.17
.13
.10
.08
.06
.17

7.04-8.57
8.30-9.96
8.30-9.65
8.30=9.38
7.76=9.11
7.76=8.84
6.91-8.30

82.5
§0.6
80.7
Bl.O
B4.6
33.7
32.2

4.2
.1
.6
1.0
2.0
4.5
4.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21
25=49
22
50-99
23
100-499
24
500-999
25
1000 and over

Months
26 Total long term

5,209,731

1,600

53

8.26

.17

7.52-9.04

H8.6

7.5

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100=499
30
500-999
31
1000 and over

1,132,070
7,582
18,445
25,191
1,080,852

2,275
26
219
622
12,747

52
44
50
62
52

7.86
12.37
9.66
8.42
7.78

1.07
.52
.51
.64
1.35

6.76=8.44
9.92-12.96
7.76-10.47
7.50-9.92
6.76=8.44

92.4
37.8
70.9
62.9
$3.9

.3
.3
8.1
6.2
.0

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
....
36
1000 and over

4,077,661
38,923
185,705
215,870
3,637,162

1,478
34
230
696
7,179

53
38
47
50
54

8.37
9.17
8.69
8.47
8.34

.20
.14
.14
.10
.23

7.71=9.04
8.30=9.65
7.76-9.31
7.76-9.04
7.71-9.04

87.5
70.1
85.3
91.4
87.6

9.5
4.0
7.9
7.7
9.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
10,140,915
4,324,907
3,143,949
815,327

12,737
5,794
5,708
2,226

*
18
123
*

6.80
7.00
6.97
6.70

6.58
6.78
6.78
6.50

7.50
7.50
7.51
7.53

90,5
15.0
79.5
57.3

7.9
9.9
11.1
.0

41 Total short term

18,425,097

7,491

27

6.87

6.66

7.50

83.5

8.6

42 Fixed rate . .
43 Floating rate

16,276,719
2,148,378

8,746
3,589

19
114

6.87
6.89

6.65
6.69

7.50
7.52

83.6
82.5

9.2
4.2

37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

..

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate . . .
46 Floating rate

58



1,317,237

5,243

55

6.89

6.73

7.52

100.0

3.8

609,772
707,465

11,239
3,591

50
59

6.79
6.97

6.69
6.76

7.50
7.53

100.0
100.0

.0
7.0

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987l—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made February 2-6
Characteristic

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

OTHER BANKS
4,259,393

3,553

*

6.66

.54

6.38-6.88

79.6

3.2

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
,
4 Floating rate

2,375,618
1,596,699
778,919

172
222
117

18
17
21

7.69
7.16
8.78

.23
.12
.31

6.71-8.07
6.63-7.13
7.18-10.48

63.8
64.6
62.0

9.3
12.4
3.0

Prime
Domestic
Prime

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,068,948
1,208,410
2,860,538

49
28
71

168
129
185

8.79
8.99
8.71

.08
.19
.11

7.75-9.38
7.19-10.79
7.79-9.38

64.5
44.4
73.0

5.5
3.8
6.2

Prime
Other
Prime

2,889,609
260,671
2,628,938

106
145
103

*
*
*

8.38
7.35
8.48

.11
.34
.07

7.76-8.87
6.54-7.34
7.76-8.87

84.5
84.4
84.5

5.5
9.4
5.2

Prime
Other
Prime

13,593,568

109

68

7,84

.19

6.66-8.81

73.3

5.5

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
.
16 100-499
17 500-999
18 1000 and over

7,230,317
320,895
164,334
136,390
325,559
147,083
6,136,056

138
8
32
63
170
630
5,780

27
112
118
140
102
77
13

7.18
11.23
10.62
9.82
8.97
7.65
6.71

.27
.26
.13
.22
.38
.21
.07

6.45-7.18
10.00-12.40
8.97-12.38
8.87-11.02
7.71-10.06
6.93-7.76
6.45-6.95

70.3
24.2
17.3
24.6
34.3
51.8
77.5

5.6
.1
2.1
.2
3.1
14.3
6.0

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-24
21 25-49
22 50-99
23
100-499
24 500-999
25 1000 and over

6,363,252
368,219
397,396
599,207
1,628,391
648,212
2,721,826

88
9
34
67
183
621
2,308

146
149
137
153
150
159
140

8.60
9.81
9.54
9.10
8.77
8.37
8.14

.12
.07
.14
.11
.10
.06
.20

7.76-9.38
8.84-10.47
8.77-9.95
8.30-9.80
7.79-9.38
7.76-8.84
7.34-8.78

76.8
64.7
66.3
73.0
74.8
79.0
81.5

5.3
4.0
1.7
2.4
3.1
6.5
7.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight

7

8 Demand8
,. .
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

. ..

1 1 Total short term

Months
1,945,072

26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31
1000 and over
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33 1-99
...
34
100-499
35 500-999
36 1000 and owr

98

55

9.14

.20

8.20-9.92

52.1

6.8

Prime

603,856
152,228
175,314
21,284
255,030

69
19
226
649
3,337

48
56
40
60
47

9.44
10.97
10.07
9.73
8.07

.45
.14
.35
.66
.61

7.65-10.47
9.92-11.57
9.38-10.47
9.31-10.47
6.65-9.04

37.9
5.0
6.7
41.1
78.6

5.4
.8
.0
.0
12.2

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other

1,341,216
230,436
343,450
140,746
626,585

121
26
202
619
2,838

58
47
56
65
62

9.01
9.92
9.16
8.67
8.66

.12
.19
.22
.19
.05

8.24-9.38
8.84-11.02
8.30-9.65
8.11-9.31
8.17-9.38

58.5
42.3
52.4
58.4
67.7

7.5
2.1
5.2
10.1
10.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

6,051
2,441
130
529

*
16
142
*

6.63
6.84
7.10
7.01

6.42
6.62
6.91
6.80

7.53
7.53
8.01
7.57

79.4
70.4
78.2
94.3

5.0
12.4
17.2
12.9

7,210,405

869

21

6.76

6.55

7.58

78.5

8.6

1,450
251

14
85

6.70
7.11

6.49
6.90

7.54
7.83

76.7
89.4

8.1
11.9

364,039

41 Total short term

4,221,573
1,641,747
757,081
590,004

16,199,130
1,011,275

Overnight7
....
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8
. .

227

48

7.85

7.58

8.38

55.5

9.8

213
248

51
43

7.62
8.16

7.37
7.86

8.18
8.64

65.1
42.5

14.9
2.8

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




....

209,103
154,936

59

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made May 4-8
Weighted
average
maturity2

Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
Kite6

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

12,546,920

6,266

*

7.71

.07

7.39-7.92

83.3

3.3

Fed funds

8,542,289
7,107,176
1,435,113

730
1,161
257

15
15
18

7.91
7.78
8.55

.09
.07
.12

7.47-8.10
7.45-7.99
7.80-9.12

78.9
79.1
77.8

9.3
9.9
6.0

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

9,707,040
3,595,494
6,111,546

116
105
124

153
99
184

8.94
8.73
9.07

.16
.22
.14

8.05-9.75
7.83-9.38
8.30-9.75

71.1
65.0
74.6

7.8
9.6
6.7

Prime
Other
Prime

9,016,066
946,250
8,069,816

228
494
215

*
#
*

8.54
7.54
8.65

.15
.52
.12

7.63-9.38
7.35-8.00
7.83-9.38

68.9
91.7
66.2

4.5
10.5
3.8

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

39,812,315

291

53

8.24

.13

7.53-8.77

76.1

5.9

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1=24
14 25-49
15 50=99
16 100-499
17 500=999
18 1000 and over . . . .

24,040,604
232,461
125,402
164,268
403,193
343,933
22,771,346

541
7
32
70
188
664
7,907

21
100
102
123
83
54
17

7.87
11.34
10.47
11.48
9.40
8.20
7.76

.11
.24
.23
.40
.22
.14
.05

7.45-8.06
10.25-12.46
9.65-11.35
9.36-11.83
8.24-9.96
7.76-8.87
7.45-8.01

80.0
20.1
18.2
23.0
43.1
66.3
82.3

6.4
.2
.1
7.7
6.3
4.4
6.5

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-24
21 25=49
22 50-99
23 100-499
24 500-999
25 1000 and over . . .

15,771,712
441,256
491,451
829,119
2,832,086
1,276,096
9,901,705

171
10
33
67
191
642
4,708

150
155
144
169
164
151
143

8.81
10.17
9.81
9.57
9.27
9.07
8.47

.13
.15
.11
.10
.06
.06
.12

8.17-9.58
9.38-10.79
9.11-10.47
8.84-10.11
8.51-9.92
8.3(^-9.65
7.59-9.11

70.1
58.5
71.0
73.3
76.9
79.9
66.6

5.3
1.4
1.6
1.8
3.9
9.9
5.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

5,382,322

242

51

8.92

.14

8.03-9.97

«1.7

1,048,728
143,720
102,823
66,977
735,208

116
17
176
667
4,799

60
39
51
49
66

8.94
11.22
10.20
9.24
8.29

.33
.37
.20
.21
.37

7.60-10.24
10.00-11.85
9.65-11.02
8.84-9.92
7.38-8.75

68.5
13.8
15.7
37.7
£9.4

6.6
3.0
.9
3.6
8.4

Domestic
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign

4,333,595
268,137
588,187
248,699
3,228,572

330
29
203
668
5,285

48
42
49
47
49

8.92
10.08
9.34
9.01
8.74

.13
.13
.09
.13
.12

8.24-9.65
9.31-10.75
8.57-9.92
8.30-9.58
7.90-9.58

84.9
44.5
57.7
84.3
93.2

12.9
1.3
4.9
17.8
14.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Pritre

Characteristic

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Participation
loans
(percent)

ALL BANKS
1 Overnight

7

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

....

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate . . . .
,
8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

...

Months
26 Total long term . . .
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100=499
30 500-999
31 1000 and over
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36 1000 and over

....

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

11.6

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
10,989,619
6,713,199
3,146,517
3,044,396

9,676
4,475
489
2,389

*
14
114
*

7.57
7.62
7.76
7.42

7.30
7.35
7.53
7.19

8.00
8.00
8.08
8.00

86.8
81.5
79.9
3S.3

4.9
9.6
10.2
2.6

41 Total short term

23,893,731

2,311

23

7.59

7.33

8.01

78.2

6.6

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

19,885,597
4,008,134

3,511
857

13
126

7.59
7.57

7.33
7.34

8.00
8.05

83.5
52.3

7.4
3.0

37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8 . . . . . .

Months
44 Total long term . . .

1,682,269

1,476

50

7.66

7.43

8.09

%.8

14.1

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

505,978
1,176,291

2,151
1,300

67
43

7.48
7.73

7.31
7.49

8.00
8.12

96.4
91. Q

5.4
17.8

60



Prime

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871- -Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made May 4-8
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

LARGE BANKS
....

9,774,641

9,486

*

7.75

.09

7.45-8.00

80.3

3.0

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate . . . . .
4
Floating rate „

....

6,271,095
5,498,448
772,647

2,832
5,533
633

15
15
17

7.80
7.74
8.26

.08
.07
.10

7.47-8.05
7.46-7.98
7.70-8.32

80.8
79.7
89.1

9.4
10.1
4.5

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

5 Over one month and under a year
6
Fixed rate . . . .
7
Floating rate

....

4,830,878
2,012,892
2,817,986

500
1,362
344

133
88
166

8.55
8.40
8.65

.12
.13
.17

7.75-9.20
7.76-9.20
7,71-9.38

81.8
71.7
89.0

6.5
8.5
5.2

Prime
Domestic
Prime

5,868,748
513,474
5,355,274

563
1,967
527

*
*
*

8.32
7.08
8.44

.25
.96
.21

7.50-9.04
7.34-7.80
7.56-9.11

59.9
88.3
57.2

2.0
6.7
1.6

Prime
Other
Prime

26,745,362

1,146

36

8.03

.11

7.50-8.33

76.2

5.0

Fed funds

17,644,223
7,398
7,156
15,582
90,627
144,189
17,379,271

4,723
9
33
67
218
660
9,506

16
103
84
69
47
37
15

7.79
10.00
9.71
9.17
8.62
8.25
7.78

.06
.24
.36
.14
.13
.08
.06

7.46-8.06
9.06-10.52
8.80-10.43
8.33-9.57
8.06-9.31
7.79-8.60
7.46-8.06

79.9
39.3
41.5
45.2
71.5
85.1
79.9

5.9
1.6
.7
.0
1.4
.0
5.9

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Fed funds

9,101,140
79,047
104,122
194,756
886,272
560,175
7,276,768

464
11
34
67
203
654
6,100

128
164
148
169
140
138
124

8.50
9.77
9.64
9.42
9.16
9.00
8.33

.18
.21
.17
.15
.11
.09
.18

7.59-9.11
8.84-10.47
8,84-10.47
8.58-9.96
8.31-9.71
8.30-9.58
7.50-8.84

69.1
81.0
80.3
84.2
81.9
85.1
65.7

3.2
.2
.5
1.0
1.8
3.9
3.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight

7

. . . .

...

. ..

8 Demand8
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term
12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24
14
25-49
15 50-99
16
100-499
.
17
500-999
18
1000 and over . .
19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21
25-49
22 50-99
.
23
100-499
24
500-999
25
1000 and over

....

Months
26 Total long term

Prime

1,284

52

8.67

.13

7.65-9.42

94.0

13.1

1,422
25
176
650
6,220

70
43
60
48
71

8.36
10.98
10.42
8.61
8.29

.59
.76
.26
.69
.62

7.36=8.75
9.65-12.40
9.92-10.88
7.87-9.06
7.36-8.75

91.5
35.2
37.8
78.7
93.5

3.5
4.3
.0
.0
3.7

Foreign
Prime
Other
Fed funds
Foreign

3,088,138
36,580
155,661
132,629
2,763,268

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
. .
36
1000 and over

3,649,401
561,262
5,812
11,454
7,760
536,236

....

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1000 and ove* .

1,261
33
225
660
6,083

49
35
45
53
49

8.73
9.61
9.11
8.97
8.69

.11
.17
.07
.27
.11

7.90-9.44
9.84-10.20
8.33-9.58
8.30-9.44
7.76-9.38

94.4
71.1
88.2
91.9
95.2

14.8
3.8
8.0
18.4
15.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
"Prime

3.6
9.7
6.7
1.1

Days

Loan rate (percent)

Prime rate10

Effective3

Nominal9

7.60
7.62
7.68
7.39

7.33
7.36
7.45
7.15

8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00

84.6
79.9
83.5
26.3

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

Overnight7
...
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

..
..

8,342,226
5,202,665
2,282,506
2,529,629

11,326
6,810
2,121
6,112

*
15
115
*

18,357,026

6,139

22

7.59

7.33

8.00

75.1

5.3

14,969,505
3,387,521

8,008
3,022

12
133

7.61
7.50

7.34
7.27

8.00
8.00

81.7
46.1

6.1
2.0

Months
44 Total long term

1,372,919

5,304

51

7.59

7.37

8.00

99.7

12.4

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate . . . .

365,728
1,007,191

6,696
4,931

78
42

7.41
7.65

7.27
7.41

8.00
8.00

100.0
99.6

.0
16.9




61

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made May 4-8

Characteristic

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

OTHER BANKS
2,772,278

2,852

*

7.54

.10

7.32-7.79

93.7

4.2

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate . . .

2,271,194
1,608,728
662,466

239
314
152

15
14
19

8.21
7.93
8.90

.12
.12
.14

7.46-8.57
7.45-8.01
8.30-9.66

73.5
77.1
64.6

8.7
9.2
7.6

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

5 Over one month and under a year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

4,876,162
1,582,602
3,293,560

66
48
80

172
114
200

9.33
9.16
9.42

.15
.30
.09

8.30-9.89
7.98-9.85
8.77-9.89

60.4
56.4
62.3

9.0
11.0
8.1

Prime
Prime
Prime

3,147,318
432,777
2,714,542

108
262
99

*
*
*

8.93
8.08
9.06

.09
.32
.06

8.30-9.65
7.36-8.30
8.30-9.92

85.6
95.7
84.0

9.0
14.9
8.1

Prirrse
Fed funds
Prime

13,066,953

115

88

8.66

.16

7.64-9.38

75.8

8.0

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24
14
25-49
15 50=99
16
100-499
17
500-999
18
1000 and over

6,396,381
225,064
118,246
148,686
312,566
199,744
5,392,075

157
7
32
70
181
667
5,126

34
100
103
128
93
67
23

8.07
11.38
10.52
11.72
9.62
8.16
7.69

.19
.15
.24
.70
.31
.29
.07

7.45-8.13
10.38-12.47
9.65-11.58
9.39-12.13
8.26-10.47
7.64-9.04
7.42-7.96

80.5
19.5
16.8
20.7
34.8
52.6
89.7

7.9
.1
.1
8.5
7.7
7.5
8.4

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21
25=49
22
50=99
23
100-499
24
500-999
25
1000 and over

6,670,572
362,209
387,329
634,363
1,945,814
715,920
2,624,937

92
9
33
67
185
633
2,884

170
154
143
168
172
159
177

9.22
10.25
9.85
9.61
9.32
9.13
8.85

.06
.12
.12
.12
.04
.09
.14

8.32-9.89
9.38-10.92
9.17-10.47
8.87-10.20
8.57-9.92
8.30-9.65
8.30-9.65

71.4
65.8
68.6
70.0
74.6
75.9
69.3

8.0
1.7
1.9
2.1
4.9
14.6
11.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prrme
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight

7

8 Demand8 . . .
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate .
1 1 Total short term

.

Months
26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30
500-999
31
1000 and over
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
3 3 1=99 . . . .
. . .
34
100-499
35 500-999 . .
36
1000 and over

1,732,922

89

47

9.44

.14

8.30-9.%

55.8

8.6

Prime

487,466
137,907
91,369
59,217
198,972

56
17
176
669
2,971

48
39
50
49
54

9.61
11.23
10.17
9.32
8.31

.30
.18
.28
.14
.33

8.06-10.75
10.00-11.85
9.65-11.02
8.84-9.92
7.58-8.75

42.0
12.9
13.0
32.3
78.4

10.1
2.9
1.0
4.0
21.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

1,245,456
231,557
432,526
116,069
465,304

116
28
196
678
2,969

46
43
51
41
46

9.38
10.15
9.43
9.05
9.03

.14
.19
.15
.08
.22

8.33-9.92
9.38-11.02
8.83-9.92
8.30-9.65
8.30-9.84

61.2
40.3
46.8
75.6
31.4

8.0
.9
3.8
17.0
13.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
2,647,393
1,510,534
864,011
514,767

6,631
2,052
161
598

*
11
113
*

7.49
7.59
7.97
7.57

7.22
7.33
7.72
7.36

8.00
8.01
8.31
8.02

93.7
&7.1
10.4
57.3

9.0
9.6
19.6
10,0

41 Total short term

5,536,705

753

24

7.60

7.34

8.05

38.6

10.9

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate . .

4,916,092
620,613

1,296
175

17
103

7.55
7.96

7.29
7.70

8.01
8.35

88.9
85.7

11.2
8.4

44 Total long term

309,351

351

43

7.97

7.71

8.47

84.1

21.7

111
241

38
48

8.00
8.85

87.1
8i.6

19.6
23.4

37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

Months

45 Fixed rate . . . .
46 Floating rate

62



140,250
169,101

7.66
8.23

7.42
7.94

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made August 3-7
Weighted
average
maturity2

Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

78.5

5.6

Fed funds

81.9
81.7
82.7

7.0
6.7
8.4

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

76.2
74.7
77.9

13.8
19.6
7.6

Prime
Foreign
Prime

7.76-9.65
6.94-7.65
8.51-9.65

80.1
91.6
78.9

5.9
2.1
6.3

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

.15

7.36-8.75

78.9

7.8

Fed funds

7.76
11.22
10.55
10.20
9.49
8.20
7.66

.12
.17
.22
.19
.18
.08
.06

7.26-7.97
10.25-12.19
9.84-11.57
9.57-10.94
8.42-10.47
7.58-8.64
7.25-7.89

78.9
19.0
30.4
24.6
46.9
77.9
80.5

8.4
.2
.1
.8
3.4
4.2
8.7

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Fed funds

8.96
10.32
10.19
9.94
9.53
9.22
8.57

.12
.10
.11
.07
.02
.05
.11

8.31-9.65
9.58-10.86
9.38-10.75
9.14-10.65
8.75-10.20
8.57-9.69
7.65-9.31

78.9
68.5
70.7
81.0
82.2
83.3
78.0

6.8
.9
4.8
4.1
5.6
7.4
7.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

52

8.78

.24

7.56-9.65

72.3

5.7

Prime

209
18
206
598
7,515

57
50
54
45
59

8.68
12.11
10.41
9.49
8.18

.31
.34
.18
.62
.38

7.56-9.31
10.25-12.75
9.17-11.30
8.99-10.20
7.43-8.69

74.8
14.7
44.7
37.9
85.9

5.6
1.5
4.7
53.7
1.1

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Other
Fed funds

239
24
193
661
5,039

48
41
51
47
48

9.84
10.54
10.14
9.24
8.38

,19
,18
,17
.13
.15

7.72-9.65
9.65-11.63
9.38-10.75
8.57-9.65
7.51-9.01

70.6
38.2
49.7
64.4
78.6

5.8
1.5
3.1
3.3
6.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

6.5
6.3
10.8
3.8

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

....

15,529,996

8,127

*

7.53

.04

7.25-7.79

..

6,707,864
5,502,495
1,205,369

622
811
302

16
14
21

7.87
7.68
8.71

.16
.16
.15

7.25-8.12
7.19-7.93
7.76-9.66

10,387,888
5,400,259
4,987,630

138
151
127

119
74
167

8.81
8.54
9.09

.18
.23
.19

7.84-9.65
7.59-9.38
8.48-9.65

....

11,085,901
1,099,847
9,986,053

234
442
222

*
*
*

8.79
7.55
8.93

.12
.17
.12

. . .

43,711,649

323

42

8.20

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499
17 500-999
18 1000 and over

27,515,318
226,738
124,988
134,771
488,361
305,991
26,234,470

586
7
31
62
177
646
8,765

19
107
114
90
70
56
16

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21 25-49
22 50-99
23
100-499
24 500-999
25
1000 and over

16,196,331
413,423
496,363
770,480
2,936,644
1,385,636
10,193,785

184
10
34
65
198
666
4,532

138
144
134
143
175
164
120

26 Total long term

4,107,851

226

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-9929
100-499
30 500-999
31 1000 and over

1,631,886
124,599
68,226
133,674
1,305,388
2,475,965
191,560
358,589
120,155
1,805,660

Characteristic

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

ALL BANKS
1 Overnight7

....

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate . ,
5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
.
7 Floating rate . ,
8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term

...
....

. . .

....

Months

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36
1000 and ove •

....

....

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Prime rate10

Effective3

Nominal9

7.47
7.53
7.70
7.47

7.20
7.26
7.45
7.25

8.25
8.26
8.36
8.30

80.1
84.2
79.2
58.9

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME' l
37
38
39
40

....

14,789,118
5,581,887
4,314,622
3,416,337

9,862
3,995
974
1,796

*
14
102
*

28,101,964

3,045

22

7.51

7.26

8.27

78.2

6.8

....

Overnight7
One month and under . . . .
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

23,810,304
4,291,661

3,880
1,389

14
120

7.49
7.62

7.24
7.37

8.26
8.33

80.9
63.0

6.8
6.9

41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




..

1,942,217

1,752

46

7.65

7.46

8.31

90.1

5.4

...

960,376
981,842

1,578
1,963

51
42

7.68
7.62

7.52
7.40

8.35
8.28

84.1
96.0

7.3
3.4

....

63

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made August 3-7
Weighted
average
maturity2

Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

13,599,929

10,061

*

7.50

.07

7.25-7.72

76.0

3.6

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

5,221,946
4,516,988
704,958

2,491
4,488
647

15
14
19

7.70
7.57
8.52

.10
.09
.20

7.19-7.93
7.17-7.87
7.62=9.49

83.1
82.9
84.8

6.0
6.4
3.4

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic

5 Over one month and under a year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate
,

6,520,728
4,210,278
2,310,450

783
2,724
341

98
66
157

8.42
8.32
8.58

.11
.17
.21

7.59-9.11
7.59-8.94
7.89-9.17

82.7
82.1
83.7

17.2
22.1
8.4

Foreign
Foreign
Pirime

6,782,199
462,720
6,319,479

531
1,734
505

*
*
*

8.71
7.61
8.79

.21
.32
.22

7.63-9.65
7.37-7.57
7.83=9.65

75.9
90.3
74.9

4.0
4.4
3.9

Prime
Domestic
Prime

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight7

8 Demand8 . . .
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

...
...

...

1 1 Total short term

32,084,802

1,307

29

7.98

.11

7.32-8.57

78.5

6.8

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24 . . . .
14
25-49
15 50-99
16
10CM99
17
500-999
18
1000 and over

22,740,014
7,126
8,051
15,679
124,586
160,198
22,424,374

5,468
10
33
66
222
673
10,361

16
104
91
88
62
50
16

7.67
10.18
9.92
9.44
8.80
8.34
7.66

.09
.16
.43
.22
.11
.12
.09

7.25-7.89
9.38-11.02
9.58-10.67
9.04-10.11
8.21-9.58
7.65=8.65
7.25=7.86

78.8
32.0
21.4
39.6
63.1
83.7
78.9

7.6
5.1
1.2
2.0
2.6
3.0
7.7

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Fed funds

9,344,787
82,032
98,881
195,510
1,020,245
655,438
7,292,681

458
11
34
65
209
678
5,421

124
143
139
138
145
138
119

8.72
10.08
9.97
9.73
9.45
9.16
8.52

.18
.12
.13
.07
.02
.08
.20

7.81-9.58
9.20-10.75
9.11-10.75
9.11-10.20
8.60-9.96
8.57-9.66
7.57-9.14

77.9
83.0
82.0
83.2
86.7
84.8
75.7

5.0
.3
.7
1.1
2.9
6.7
5.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1=24
21
25=49
22 50-99
23
100-499
24
500-999
25
1000 and over

Months
26 Total long term

2,752,198

1,450

52

8.28

.22

7.43-8.84

81.5

2.2

Domestic

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1000 and over

1,113,028
7,666
13,900
25,119
1,066,343

2,241
27
255
715
8,876

58
49
52
48
59

8.06
11.54
10.65
9.95
7.96

.29
.32
.24
1.17
.23

7.43-8.57
10.35-12.40
10.20-11.30
8.02-10.52
7.43-8.53

87.9
41.3
46.5
77.3
39.1

.0
1.0
.0
,0
.0

Foreign
Other
Domestic
Fed funds
Foreign

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
.
35
500-999
36
1000 and over

1,639,170
24,517
77,910
58,101
1,478,642

1,169
34
226
643
6,201

47
40
47
52
47

8.42
10.19
9.59
9.19
8.30

.21
.28
.12
.22
.23

7.53-9.31
9.14-10.75
9.11-9.92
8.57-9.73
7.44-8.84

T7.2
is8.4
65.5
77.7
78.1

3.6
.2
4.8
.0
3.8

Domestic
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

77.8
S3. 9
82.1
40.0

3.8
5.9
9.5
1.5

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

Overnight7
..
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8
,

41 Total short term

12,854,344
4,635,102
3,376,213
2,280,917

11,398
5,903
5,819
4,426

*
14
92
*

7.44
7.50
7.58
7.50

23,146,576

7,694

19
12
115

7.17
7.24
7.34
7.27

8.25
B.25
8.25
8.25

7.47

7.22

8.25

7:5.9

4.8

7.46
7.56

7.20
7.32

8.25
8.25

79.4
54.2

4.9
4.6

42 Fixed rate . . . .
43 Floating rate

19,910,195
3,236,381

8,559
4,745

44 Total long term

1,664,677

7,236

46

7.58

7.40

8.25

93.7

.3

9,026
6,149

54
40

7.56
7.60

7.43
7.39

8.25
8.25

9C.1
96.8

.6
.0

Months

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

64



784,716
879,961

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made August 3-7
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

OTHER BANKS
1,970,067

3,498

*

7.69

.06

7.45-7.90

95.5

19.1

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,485,918
985,508
500,410

171
170
172

18
14
24

8.45
8.18
8.97

.18
.23
.21

7.57-8.81
7.50-8.24
8.04-9.66

77.7
76.6
79.7

10.7
8.3
15.5

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

..

3,867,161
1,189,981
2,677,180

58
35
83

153
104
175

9.46
9.31
9.53

.11
.14
.15

8.53-10.20
7.97-10.47
8.57-10.20

65.3
48.6
72.8

8.1
10.9
6.9

Prime
Prime
Prime

..

4,303,702
637,128
3,666,574

124
286
113

#
*
*

8.92
7,50
9,16

.12
.14
.09

8.30-9.65
6.90-7.80
8.57-9.65

86.7
92.5
85.7

8.9
.4
10.4

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

11,626,848

105

85

8.83

.10

7.72-9.65

79.9

10.6

Prime

4,775,304
219,611
116,937
119,092
363,775
145,793
3,810,096

112
6
31
62
165
618
4,597

34
107
116
90
73
63
20

8.17
11.26
10.60
10.30
9.73
8.04
7.70

.14
.09
.17
.18
.11
.11
.07

7.39-8.19
10.25-12.19
9.84-11.57
9.58-11.20
8.51-10.97
7.56-8.60
7.33-7.96

79.5
18.6
31.0
22.7
41.4
71.6
90.2

12.4
.1
.1
.6
3.6
5.6
14.9

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other
Fed funds

6,851,544
331,391
397,482
574,970
1,916,399
730,198
2,901,104

101
9
34
65
192
655
2,758

151
144
133
145
187
180
122

9.29
10.38
10.25
10.01
9.57
9.27
8.72

.09
.14
.18
.11
.03
.04
.13

8.57-9.92
9.65-10.97
9.58-10.75
9.38-10.75
8.84-10.20
8.57-9.92
8.10-9.58

80.2
65.0
67.9
80.3
79.8
81.9
83.5

9.4
1.1
5.9
5.2
7.0
8.0
13.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight

7

8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term
12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499
17 500-999
.
18 1000 and over
19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-24
.
21 25-49
22 50^99
23
100-499
24 500-999
25
1000 and over

. ...

Months
1,355,652

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
...
31
1000 and over
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
,
34 100-499
.
35 500-999 . . .
36 1000 and over
...

...
....

83

52

9.80

.14

8.87-10.53

53.5

12.9

Prime

518,858
116,932
54,326
108,555
239,045

26 Total long term

71
17
197
577
4,462

55
50
55
44
63

10.00
12.14
10.34
9.39
9.16

.29
.62
.27
.20
.52

8.99-10.53
10.25-12.75
9.07-11.07
8.99-9.87
7.56-9.92

46.7
12.9
44.2
28.7
72.0

17.7
1.5
5.9
66.1
6.2

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Fed funds

836,795
167,932
280,679
62,054
327,018

93
23
185
679
2,727

50
42
52
43
53

9.68
10.59
10.30
9.29
8.75

.10
.16
:28
.09
.19

8.77-10.52
9.65-11.85
9.65-10.75
8,57-9.65
7.81-9.38

57.8
35.2
45.3
51.9
81.2

10.0
1.6
2.6
6.5
21.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Prime rate10

Effective3

Nominal9

7.67
7.67
8.13
7.40

7.39
7.40
7.85
7.23

8.25
8.29
8.75
8.40

95.4
85.7
68.7
96.8

24.5
8.2
15.3
8.3

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME11
37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8
..

..

1,934,775
946,784
938,409
1,135,420

5,203
1,546
244
819

*
15
136
*

41 Total short term

4,955,388

797

38

7.70

7.44

8.39

88.8

15.9

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

3,900,108
1,055,280

1,023
438

23
133

7.67
7.80

7.42
7.54

8.34
8.57

88.6
89.8

16.5
14.0

277,541

316

46

8.03

7.78

8.70

68.9

36.0

175,660
101,881

337
285

39
58

8.21
7.72

7.95
7.49

8.81
8.51

57.1
89.0

37.6
33.2

.

...

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




...
..

...

65

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made November 2-6
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

13,810,386

Characteristic

6,393

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

ALL BANKS
1 Overnight7

*

7.38

.08

7.04-7.52

76.4

2.9

Fed funds

.13
.11
.21

7.43-8.92
7.41-8.43
7.58-9.66

77.0
79.9
65.7

13.7
12.8
17,3

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

8,124,091
6,445,038
1,679,053

722
858
449

18
18
21

8.24
8.14
8.61

7,171,267
3,463,711
3,707,556

116
114
118

141
108
173

9.35
8.98
9.70

.22
.29
.20

8.21-10.38
7.92-9.53
9.11-10.52

71.2
67.9
74.2

5.3
4.7
5.9

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

14,730,618
2,924,068
11,806,550

251
1,108
211

*
*
*

9.20
7.77
9.56

.16
.14
.14

7.70-10.33
7.12-8.12
9.11-10.47

82.3
86.7
81.2

4.5
4.5
4.6

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 1 Total short term

43,836,363

327

40

8.47

.19

7.26-9.52

77.7

5.9

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499
17 500-999
18 1000 and over

26,643,151
225,393
124,529
144,484
409,013
304,555
25,435,178

624
7
33
65
194
664
7,934

21
97
110
101
86
46
18

7.82
11.87
11.24
10.76
9.55
8.72
7.71

.10
.16
.20
.31
.19
.11
.06

7.18-8.10
10.92-12.75
10.39-12.34
10.20-11.46
8.17-10.75
7.79-9.42
7.15-8.04

77.3
16.0
18.3
28.5
47.5
76.9
78.9

5.7
1.5
.2
1.2
4.0
7.4
5.8

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21 25-=49 .
22
50=99
23 100-499 . . . .
24
500-999
25
1000 and over

17,193,212
423,758
522,885
815,717
3,149,016
1,531,585
10,750,251

188
10
34
66
194
649
3,945

125
148
156
147
146
151
111

9.49
10.95
10.77
10.61
10.23
9.88
9.02

.16
.08
.08
.06
.04
.05
.21

8.80-10.47
10.20-11.57
10.11-11.52
9.92-11.30
9.42-10.75
9.38-10.38
7.64-10.11

78.2
70.9
76.0
78.8
82.6
84.4
76.4

6.1
.5
1.6
2.3
6.3
3.4
7.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

26 Total long term

3,574,722

196

49

9.09

.28

7.50-10.38

68.7

3.8

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1000 and over

1,665,510
114,695
147,583
63,842
1,339,390

214
17
181
682
7,592

51
36
67
75
49

8.67
11.93
10.67
10.23
8.10

.32
.60
.30
.37
.31

7.12-10.06
10.47-12.50
10.20-11.30
9.00-11.79
7.06-8.79

75.2
6.5
22.2
45.2
38.4

1.8
.2
1.1
11.8
1.6

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Other
Fed funds

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1000 and over

1,909,211
197,181
336,465
156,232
1,219,334

182
24
207
630
4,091

48
42
53
43
49

9.45
11.28
10.39
10.17
8.80

.24
.18
.13
.23
.24

8.46=10.47
10.47-11.85
9.69-11.02
9.31-10.92
7.34-9.65

t>3. 1
46.5
!59.1
*M.9

5.5
.8
8.2
15.5
4.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate . . .
5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

.

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

:n.4

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
13,390,305
6,603,103
3,308,257
5,299,669

9,646
2,608
721
1,599

*
17
139
*

7.31
7.82
8.10
7.53

7.05
7.54
7.85
7.34

8.93
8.96
8.97
8.97

76.0
76.7
77.4
72.2

3.0
18.2
5.1
3.6

41 Total short term

28,601,335

2,419

25

7.56

7.31

8.95

75.6

6.9

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

23,904,745
4,696,590

3,398
981

17
111

7.54
7.68

7.28
7.44

8.94
9.00

77.5
65.2

6.7
7.9

44 Total long term

1,732,758

1,681

41

7.66

7.50

8.98

90.1

3.2

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

1,112,425
620,333

1,754
1,566

41
40

7.63
7.71

7.53
7.45

9.03
8.88

89.8
9(16

2.3
4.9

37
38
39
40

Overnight 7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

Months

66



21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987l—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made November 2-6
Weighted
average
maturity2

Loan rate (percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

72.5

1.5

Fed funds

77.9
79.9
69.8

15.4
14.5
19.0

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic

7.66-9.51
7.85-9.42
7.48-9.92

80.2
77.1
85.0

3.7
4.8
2.0

Foreign
Foreign
Prime

.23
.11
.22

7.60-10.12
7.12-8.12
8.43-10.38

76.3
85.9
73.2

4.7
2.8
5.4

Prime
Domestic
Prime

8.20

.12

7.25-9.19

75.8

5,8

Domestic

20
87
79
81
64
41
19

7.79
11.05
10.63
10.49
9.61
8.80
7.76

.06
.20
.23
.53
.23
.15
.06

7.20^8.10
10.38-11.57
9.96-11.30
9.93-11.02
8.86-10.39
7.90-9.48
7.19-8.10

76.2
29.7
19.6
28,7
57.4
78.2
76.5

5.4
2.6
1.4
1.2
3.5
9.3
5.4

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
None
Fed funds

103
135
126
117
118
134
99

9.15
10.71
10.62
10.48
10.12
9.87
8.85

.26
.13
.13
.11
.06
.07
.28

7.91-10.20
9.92-11.35
9,92-11.30
9.69-11.02
9.38-10.75
9.38-10.47
7.58-9.84

74.7
84.8
82.0
82.9
85.0
87.1
71.5

6.8
.2
.7
1.0
2.3
2.1
8.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

48

8.40

.45

7.20-9.38

89.5

1,7

Domestic

2,860
26
223
701
12,578

49
53
79
81
48

8.05
12.97
10.80
9.35
7.96

.52
1.17
.52
.63
.50

7.06-8.79
10.75-12.68
10.47-11.24
8.43-10.75
7.06-8.25

98,4
27.8
60.0
57.8
99.9

.5
.0
.0
33.9
.0

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Foreign
Fed funds

686
31
239
641
5,579

47
36
42
48
48

8.78
10.89
10.20
9.98
8.43

.35
.25
.19
.39
.37

7.34-9.92
9.92-11.57
9.38-10.79
9.31-10.75
7.25-9.31

80.1
51.6
72.4
85.6
81.5

2.9
.2
12.4
9.6
1.2

Domestic
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

10,997,573

9,416

*

7.40

.08

7.04-7.55

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

6,697,974
5,349,302
1,348,672

3,392
4,829
1,555

19
18
21

8.20
8.16
8.33

.11
.13
.29

7.41-8.59
7.43-8.43
7.11=9.53

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,020,981
2,458,609
1,562,372

631
1,179
364

134
108
174

8.80
8.73
8.92

.25
.27
.33

8,213,609
1,954,635
6,258,974

492
2,354
394

*
*
*

9.00
7.75
9.39

29,930,137

1,141

31

20,760,067
13,136
13,159
25,229
125,320
162,214
20,421,008

4,000
10
33
63
215
669
9,103

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-24
21
25-49
,
22 50-99
23
100-499
24 500-999
25
1000 and over

9,170,070
78,850
111,763
210,836
1,101,907
663,034
7,003,680

436
11
34
67
209
657
4,988

26 Total long term

2,055,882

1,125

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
3 1 1000 and over

1,055,659
5,259
13,791
15,286
1,021,324

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
,
34 100-499
35 500-999
36
1000 and over

1,000,223
23,662
107,403
60,311
808,847

Characteristic

Days

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight

7

8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term
12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499
17 500-999
18 1000 and over

. . .

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

.

41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

....

10,691,287
5,581,828
2,565,267
3,373,412

10,856
6,083
5,252
3,885

*
17
144
*

7.34
7.85
8.04
7.52

7.08
7.57
7.80
7.31

8.94
8.95
8.90
8.94

72.0
75.3
80.0
60.4

1.6
18.2
4.1
2.7

22,211,793

..

6,815

25

7.58

7.32

8.94

72.0

6.2

18,872,605
3,339,188

7,773
4,018

18
105

7.57
7.62

7.31
7.38

8.94
8.92

74.8
55.9

5.7
9.2

1,359,008

6,988

40

7,55

7.41

8.94

97.3

.8

837,468
521,540

10,589
4,520

42
38

7.51
7.61

7.46
7.35

9.00
8.84

99.5
93.8

.5
1.2

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




67

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
A. Commercial and industrial loans—Continued
Survey of loans made November 2-6
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate6

OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight7

2,812,813

2,835

*

7.30

.14

6.98-7.51

91.8

8.5

Fed funds

2 One month and under
3 Fixed rate .
.
4 Floating rate

1,426,117
1,095,736
330,382

154
171
115

17
16
20

8.45
8.06
9.74

.22
.19
.22

7.44-9.47
7.25-8.35
9.14=10.21

72.5
79.7
49.0

5.6
4.2
10.4

Fed funds
Fed funds
Prime

5 Over one month and under a year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

3,150,287
1,005,103
2,145,184

57
36
79

151
107
172

10.05
9.58
10.27

.18
.35
.07

9.31-10.92
7.92-10.92
9.38=10.79

59.8
45.5
66.4

7.4
4.5
8.8

Prime
Prime
Prime

6,517,009
969,433
5,547,576

155
536
138

*
*
*

9.46
7.82
9.75

.23
.20
.19

8.37-10.47
7.12-8.15
9.31-10.65

90.0
88.3
90.3

4.3
7.8
3.6

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

8 Demand8
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

13,906,225

129

68

9.05

.25

7.43-10.38

81.7

6.0

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-24
14 25-49
15 50-99
16 100-499 . . . .
17 500-999
18 1000 and over

5,883,084
212,257
111,369
119,254
283,692
142,341
5,014,170

157
7
34
66
186
658
5,210

26
97
114
105
96
54
14

7.92
11.92
11.32
10.82
9.52
8.63
7.50

.18
.14
.24
.29
.33
.17
.10

7.05-8.05
10.93-12.75
10.65-12.57
10.20-11.46
8.17-10.75
7.64-9.25
7.05-7.69

81.1
15.2
18.1
28.4
43.1
75.4
88.8

6.9
1.4
.1
1.1
4.2
5.3
7.6

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-24
21 25-49
22 50-99
23 100-499
24 500-999
25
1000 and over

8,023,142
344,909
411,122
604,881
2,047,109
868,551
3,746,571

114
10
34
66
187
642
2,836

151
150
161
153
155
160
144

9.88
11.00
10.81
10.65
10.29
9.89
9.33

.16
.06
.08
.05
.06
.09
.32

9.38-10.75
10.20-11.57
10.2O-11.57
9.92-11.30
9.65-10.75
9.38-10.34
8.07-10.38

82.2
67.7
74.4
77.4
81.3
82.3
85.6

5.3
.6
1.8
2.8
8.4
4.4
5.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

26 Total long term

1,518,840

92

51

10.01

.22

9.14-10.93

40.7

6.7

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1000 and over

609,851
109,436
133,792
48,556
318,067

82
17
177
676
3,340

54
35
66
73
52

9.75
11.88
10.66
10.51
8.52

.34
.30
.35
.43
.43

8.00-11.02
10.47-12.50
10.20-11.30
9.38-12.13
7.39-9.50

35.2
5.5
18.3
41.3
51.5

4.1
.2
1.2
4.9
6.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Other
Domestic

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999 . .
36 1000 and over

908,988
173,519
229,062
95,921
410,487

101
23
195
624
2,682

49
43
59
39
50

10.19
11.33
10.48
10.29
9.52

.23
.22
.17
.29
.29

9.42-10.93
10.47-11.85
9.92-11.02
9.31-11.35
9.31-9.96

44.4
17.3
34.4
42.4
:(31.9

8.5
,8
6.2
19.2
10.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

8.8
18.6
8.5
5.2

1 1 Total short term

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Nominal9

Prime rate10

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"
37
38
39
40

Overnight7
One month and under
Over one month and under a year
Demand8

2,699,018
1,021,276
742,990
1,926,258

6,692
633
181
788

*
15
119
*

7.18
7.66
8.30
7.57

6.93
7.39
8.02
7.37

8.90
9.03
9.23
9.01

92.1
84.3
68.5
S2.9

41 Total short term

6,389,542

746

24

7.50

7.26

8.*9

88.3

9.2

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

5,032,140
1,357,403

1,093
343

15
141

7.41
7.84

7.17
7.60

8.94
9.19

87.5
91.5

10.4
4.9

Months
44 Total long term . . . .
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

68



,.

373,750

447

43

8.08

7.83

9.11

63.8

12.3

274,957
98,793

495
352

41
51

8.00
8.28

7.77
7.98

9.13
9.06

60.3
73.4

7.9
24.5

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987l—Continued
B. Construction and land development loans
Survey of loans made February 2-6
Loan rate (percent)
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity
(months)2

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

ALL BANKS
1 Total

3,390,669

213

9

8.64

.26

7.77-9.11

86.9

17.5

2 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
3
1-24
4 25-49
5 50-99
6 100-499
7 500 and over

1,460,309
45,221
10,969
17,399
105,388
1,281,332

249
10
30
75
265
10,170

7
6
9
9
23
5

8.37
11.42
9.59
12.45
11.50
7.94

.40
.33
.37
.49
.40
.31

7.55-8.60
10.52-12.18
8.84-9.93
9.96-13.80
11.02-13.24
7.55-8.37

89.1
56.8
13.4
81.9
13.5
97.3

11.1
.8
3.4
.0
1.3
12.4

8 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
9
1-24
10 25-49
1 1 50-99
12 10CM99
13 500 and over

1,930,359
48,236
71,617
72,869
287,233
1,450,403

192
9
37
69
196
3,541

11
9
7
10
12
11

8.84
9.56
10.81
9.17
9.23
8.62

.16
.08
.31
.11
.12
.13

8.30-9.38
9.11-9.96
9.38-11.56
8.84-9.92
8.84-9.92
8.03-8.85

85.2
71.3
59.4
62.0
77.8
89.5

22.4
.4
.8
3.0
2.7
29.1

By type of construction
14 Single family
15 Multifamily
16 Nonresidential

389,673
253,734
2,747,261

42
277
491

13
7
9

10.02
8.87
8.42

.26
.15
.29

9.11-11.02
8.70-8.84
7.76-8.84

68.5
94.4
88.8

2.5
5.0
20.8

17 Total

2,203,753

1,879

8

8.09

.23

7.55-8.70

93.5

16.4

1 8 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
19 l~24
. ....
20 25-49
21 50-99
22
100-499 . . .
2 3 5 0 0 a n d over . . . .

1,222,669
775
#
*
*
1,219,021

6,218
10
*
*
*
13,544

3
12
*
*
*
3

7.87
10.31
*
*
*
7.87

.45
.60
*
*
*
.45

7.55-8.20
9.92-10.47
*
*
*
7.55-8.20

97.1
88.3
*
*
*
97.1

12.7
.0
*
*
*
12.7

981,085
3,441
3,487
7,729
59,380
907,049

1,005
10
33
73
230
5,843

13
12
11
10
14
13

8.36
9.21
9.27
8.92
8.87
8.32

.11
.09
.16
.21
.16
.12

7,77-8.84
8.84-9.38
8.84-9.92
8.84-9.38
8.57-9,11
7.77-8.84

89.1
94.8
94.3
93.2
91.9
88.8

20.9
4.9
3.0
4.2
2.8
22.4

34,231
217,143
1,952,380

102
1,013
3,135

7
7
8

8.70
8.79
8.00

.23
.18
.23

7.76-9.38
11.02-8.70
7.55-8.57

86.1
98.3
93.1

22.0
4.6
17.6

1,186,915

81

11

9.65

.23

8.84-9.92

74.6

19.7

34 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
35 1-24
36 25-49
37 50-99
38
100-499
39 500 and over

237,641
44,446
10,617
16,871
103,395
62,311

42
10
29
75
265
1,731

21
6
9
8
23
31

10.94
11.44
9.60
12.51
11.55
9.37

.38
.41
.54
.67
.52
.37

9.92-12.13
10.75-12.18
8.84-9.93
9.96-13.80
11.02-13.24
9.18-10.34

48.4
56.3
10.5
82.3
12.2
100.0

2.6
.8
2.3
.0
.7
7.7

40 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
41 1-24
42 25-49
43 50-99
44
100-499
45 500 and over

949,274
44,796
68,130
65,141
227,854
543,355

105
9
38
68
189
2,136

9
9
7
10
12
8

9.32
9.59
10.89
9.20
9.32
9.12

.13
.07
.52
.06
.19
.16

8.84-9.42
9.20-9.96
9.39-13.24
8.84-9.92
8.84-9.92
8.84-9.39

81.2
69.5
57.6
58.3
74.1
90.8

23.9
.1
.7
2.8
2.7
40.2

By type of construction
46 Single family
47 Multifamily
48 Nonresidential

355,442
36,591
794,882

39
52
160

13
13
11

10.15
9.36
9.44

.27
.17
.30

9.38-11.02
9.11-9.92
8.84-9.39

66.8
71.4
78.3

.6
7.4
28.7

LARGE BANKS

. . . .

24 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
25
1-24
26 25-49
27 50-99
28 100-499
29 500 and over

. ..

.

.

By type of construction
30 Single family
31 Multifamily
32 Nonresidential
OTHER BANKS
33 Total




.

..

69

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
B. Construction and land development loans—Continued
Survey of loans made May 4-8
Loan rate (percent)
Characteristic

Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity
(months)2

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

ALL BANKS
2,605,961

161

16

9.13

.15

8.42-9.59

71.7

20.6

803,407
35,897
33,910
69,670
27,240
636,690

133
9
38
80
187
10,274

7
9
20
27
21
3

8.70
11.06
10.32
11.85
9.39
8.10

.36
.31
.28
.54
.39
.36

8.03-9.59
10.25-12,13
10.47-10.52
10.52-14.53
7.7<>-10.47
7.li3-8.84

52.7
76.5
47.3
39.2
63.7
52.6

2.5
.0
.8
.0
.0
3.1

8 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
9
1-24
10 25-49
1 1 50-99
12
100-499
13 500 and over

1,802,554
54,012
52,700
100,369
275,807
1,319,666

177
10
34
70
208
3,188

20
9
8
11
16
22

9.33
10.15
9.71
9.85
9.49
9.20

.07
.14
.10
.09
.08
.09

9.11-9.65
9.38-10.47
9.23-10.38
9.24=10,47
9.1: -9.92
8.8*1-9.38

80.2
77.6
73.1
63.6
69.3
84.1

28.7
1.6
2.4
1.6
12.1
36,4

By type of construction
14 Single family
15 Muitifatnily
16 Nonresidential
,

664,241
85,342
1,856,378

62
128
387

9
16
19

9.24
9.38
9.08

.21
.11
.19

8.06-9.92
9.32-9.65
8.78-9.41

84.8
84.3
66.4

103
73
24.9

17.5

1 Total
2 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
3 1-24 .
4 25=49
5 50-99
6 100-499 . .
7 500 and over

LARGE BANKS
1,242

18

8.76

.12

8.30-9.38

78.5

617,664
888
#
*
*
611,879

3,745
11
*
*
*
14,754

1
10
#
*
*
1

8.04
9.77
*
*
*
8.03

.52
.29
*
#
*
.63

7.10-8.84
9.92-11.02
*
*
*
7.1&-8.84

52.1
79.1
*
*
*
51.9

3.2
1.8
*
*
*
3.2

24 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
25
1-24
26 25-49
27 50-99
28 100-499 . . .
29 500 and over

1,028,668
4,027
4,915
10,972
77,098
931,656

886
11
36
75
226
5,036

26
10
9
11
13
28

9.20
9.67
9.54
9.45
9.47
9.17

.10
.20
.18
.10
.09
.11

8.84-9.38
9.38-10.47
9.38-9.92
9.38-9.65
9.27-9.92
8.84-9.38

94.3
80.2
71.3
81.1
92.1
94.9

26,0
2.6
3.8
2.9
9.0
27.9

By type of construction
30 Single family
31 Multifamily
32 Nonresidential

269,433
59,341
1,317,558

782
251
1,769

4
19
21

8.46
9.42
8.79

.41
.16
.15

8.06-9.11
9.32-9.65
8.42-9.38

95.6
94.6
74.3

12.4
2.7
19,2

33 Total

959,629

65

13

9.77

.18

9.38-10.38

60.0

26.0

34 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
35 1-24 .
36 25-49
37 50-99 . .
t
38 100-499
39 500 and over .

185,742
35,008
33,286
69,412
23,225
*

32
9
38
80
185
*

23
9
20
27
19
*

10.89
11.09
10.33
11.86
9.45
*

.37
.25
.35
.70
.44
*

10.14-11.60
10.25-12.13
10.47-10.52
10.52-14.53
7.76-10.47
*

54.5
76.4
46.5
38.9
62.8
*

.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
*

40 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . . . . . . .
41
1-24
42 25-49
43 50-99
44 100-499
45 500 and over

773,886
49,985
47,785
89,396
198,709
388,010

86
10
34
70
201
1,694

11
9
8
12
17
8

9.50
10.19
9.72
9.90
9.50
9.29

.07
.15
.09
.15
.14
.13

9.31-3.92
9.38-10.47
9.23-10.38
9.14-10.47
9.1K9.92
9.38-9.41

61.3
77.4
73.3
61.4
60.5
58.1

32.3
1.5
2.3
1.4
13.3
56.8

By type of construction
46 Single family
47 Multifamily .
48 Nonresidential

394,808
26,001
538,820

38
60
133

13
10
14

9.77
9.30
9.79

.16
.11
.26

9.38-10.47
8.77-9.92
9.38-9.92

77.4
60.8
47.2

8.9
17.7
39.0

1,646,333

17 Total .
18 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
19
1-24
20 25-49
21 50-99
22
100-499
23 500 and over . . .

OTHER BANKS

70



21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
B. Construction and land development loans—Continued
Survey of loans made August 3-7
Loan rate (percent)
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
(months)

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interquartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

pation
loans
(percent)

ALL BANKS
1 Total

3,679,913

236

5

9.30

.11

8.75-9.65

88.4

16.0

2 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
3
1-24
4 25-49
5 50-99
6 100-499
7 500 and over . .

1,944,077
40,789
40,700
63,707
36,819
1,762,062

327
12
34
71
175
11,236

3
6
18
9
9
2

9.23
11.04
11.12
10.56
10.13
9.08

.31
.25
.36
.50
.71
.26

8.75-9.28
10.47-12.13
10.47-12.03
10.47-10.97
10.47-10.78
8.75-9.28

92.0
41.6
31.6
12.7
81.7
97.6

6.8
36.8
14.2
11.3
5.2
5.8

8 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
9
1-24
10 25-49
.
1 1 50-99
12 100-499
13 500 and over

1,735,836
50,856
52,673
68,682
306,440
1,257,185

180
10
36
72
200
3,256

8
8
7
10
13
7

9.38
10.35
9.85
10.01
9.55
9.25

.13
.12
.09
.10
.15
.15

8.57-9.92
9.66-10.75
9.42-10.24
9.65=10.75
9.11-10.20
8.57-9.92

84.4
84.3
89.5
78.9
62.6
89.8

26.3
1.6
1.9
3.6
19.7
31.2

By type of construction
14 Single family
15 Multifamily
16 Nonresidential

621,561
218,765
2,839,587

63
177
626

9
5
4

9.75
9.65
9.18

.15
.12
.11

9.17-10.47
9.21-10.34
8.73-9.32

67.1
89.8
93.0

19.1
6.0
16.1

LARGE BANKS
17 Total

2,814,435

1,512

3

9.14

.14

8.73-9.32

95.0

16.6

18 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
19
1-24
20 25-49
21 50-99
22 100-499 . . . .
23 500 and over

1,753,481
1,510
1,054
*
3,829
1,746,234

5,094
11
37
*
215
11,832

2
9
11
#
18
2

9.07
10.20
9.99
*
7.23
9.08

.36
.18
.51
*
1.06
.34

8.75-9.28
9.92-10.75
9.92-10.75
*
1.13-10.75
8.75-9.28

97.5
67.1
54.8
#
71.8
97.6

5.9
4.7
.0
*
50.4
5.8

24 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
25
1-24
,
26 25-49
27 50-99
.
28
100-499
29 500 and over .

1,060,953
5,701
7,393
14,718
85,785
947,357

699
11
34
73
232
4,438

5
10
9
8
9
4

9.25
9.80
9.60
9.71
9.63
9.20

.18
.15
.09
.12
.13
.23

8.57-9.79
9.52-10.20
9.11-9.92
9.38-9.92
9.31-9.92
8.51-9.69

91.0
93.1
88.1
90.7
76.8
92.3

34.4
5.2
5.9
8.6
7.5
37.6

By type of construction
30 Single family
31 Multifamily
32 Nonresidential . .

189,325
148,590
2,476,519

355
642
2,257

6
4
3

9.24
9.67
9,10

.20
.15
.16

8.12-9.65
9.21-10.34
8.73-9.28

97.1
96.4
94.8

14.7
4.2
17.5

865,478

63

12

9.83

.09

9.11-10.47

66.9

13.8

190,596
39,280
39,646
62,853
32,990
*

34
12
34
71
171
*

10
6
18
9
8
*

10.66
11.07
11.15
10.58
10.47
*

.21
.40
.18
.30
.22
*

10.47-10.97
10.47-12.13
10.47-12.03
10.47-10.97
10.47-10.78
*

41.4
40.6
30.9
12.0
82.9
*

14.6
38.0
14.6
11.2
.0
*

674,883
45,155
45,279
53,965
220,656
309,828

83
9
36
71
190
1,795

13
8
7
10
14
13

9,60
10.42
9.89
10.09
9.51
9.41

.20
.11
.13
.14
.29
.20

9.11-10.20
9.92-10.75
9.42-10.61
9.65-10.75
8.84-10.20
8.87-10.20

74.1
83.1
89.8
75.6
57.1
82.2

13.6
1.1
1.3
2.2
24.5
11.5

432,236
70,175
363,068

47
70
106

11
8
14

9.97
9.60
9.71

.16
.21
.08

9.58-10.65
8.59-10.20
9.11-10.20

53.9
75.8
80.6

21.1
10.0
6.0

,

OTHER BANKS
33 Total
34 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
35
1-24
36 25-49
37 50-99
38 100-499
39 500 and over
40 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
41 1-24
.
42 25-49
43 50-99
44 100-499
45 500 and over
By type of construction
46 Single family
47 Multifamily
48 Nonresidential




. ..

....

71

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 19871—Continued
B. Construction and land development loans—Continued
Survey of loans made November 2-6
Loan rate (percent)
Amount
of loans
(thousands
of dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands
of dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity
(months)2

Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Interqjartile
range5

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

ALL BANKS
187

7

9.87

.17

9.25-10.47

87.2

10.5

1,608,761
43,010
61,885
64,659
42,155
1,397,052

230
12
35
63
127
8,121

3
6
17
10
15
2

9.60
11.12
13.02
11.44
11.26
9.27

.42
.31
.69
.32
.48
.21

8.8?-10.03
10.47-11.52
10.7.5-13.24
10.7:5-12.19
10.7:5-12.75
8/77-9.64

90.7
81.5
43.2
41.6
55.9
96.5

17.2
.1
.0
.1
.9
19.8

1,816,139
62,158
61,761
103,915
317,563
1,270,742

160
11
35
66
189
2,673

10
8
34
23
15
7

10.11
11.03
10.91
11.22
10.80
9.76

.15
.10
.15
.19
.13
.14

9.6S-10.75
10.47-11.57
10.47-11.30
10.25-12.40
10.20-11.30
9.3^-10.20

84.1
69.0
76.3
57.1
69.8
91.0

4.7
1.4
.9
2.3
3.9
5.4

591,709
390,677
2,442,513

52
338
420

9
10
6

10.53
10.10
9.67

.21
.46
.18

9.52-11.02
9.59-10.34
9.14-10.10

73.2
95.4
89.3

.6
2L3
11.3

17 Total .

2,389,431

1,374

3

9.52

.18

9.11-9.%

97.4

11.2

18 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
19 1-24
20 25-49
21 50-99
22
100-499
23 500 and over ,

1,309,605
708
774
1,213
3,905
1,303,006

4,453
8
34
67
196
8,832

2
9
20
5
17
2

9.33
10.42
10.21
9.81
8.98
9.33

.24
.39
.31
.32
.16
.18

8.9.5-9.82
9.92-10.75
9.47-11.07
9.50-10.20
7.90-9.65
8.9i)-9.82

96.8
83.7
92.2
92.4
100.0
96.8

15.1
3.2
.0
6.3
9.6
15.2

24 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
25
1=24
26 25-49
27 50-99
28
100-499 .
29 500 and over

1,079,826
4,376
9,644
15,324
77,470
973,012

748
10
37
70
232
4,685

5
9
14
9
14
5

9.76
10.47
10.34
10.34
10.30
9.69

.17
.11
.13
.17
.09
.15

9.56-10.20
10.20~10.75
10.20-10.47
9.93-10.47
9.92-10.64
9.33-10.20

98.1
94.0
96.5
99.4
91.9
98.6

6.5
8.4
2,7
100
47
6.6

By type of construction
30 Single family
31 Multifamily
32 Nonresidential

168,460
243,272
1,977,699

426
1,071
1,772

2
4
3

9.74
9.92
9.45

.28
.23
.16

9.34-10.47
9.65-10.20
8.98-9.92

90.2
96.7
98.1

1.4
1.6
13.2

1,035,469

62

15

10.68

.12

9.69-11.30

63.8

9.0

34 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
35
1-24
36 25=49
37 50-99
38 100-499
39 500 and over

299,156
42,302
61,111
63,447
38,250
*

45
12
35
62
123
*

12
6
17
10
15
*

10.79
11.13
13.05
11.47
11.49
*

.56
.36
.96
.39
.42
*

8.31-11.57
10.47-11.57
10.75-13.24
10.75*12.19
10.75-12.75
*

64.3
81.4
42.6
40.6
51.4
*

26.2
.0
.0
.0
.0

40 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
41
1-24
42 25-49
43 50-99
44
100-499
45 500 and over

736,313
57,782
52,117
88,591
240,093
297,730

74
11
34
66
178
1,112

17
8
36
24
15
15

10.63
11.07
11.01
11.37
10.96
9.99

.20
.09
.22
.28
.22
.26

9.92-11.30
10.47-; 1.57
10.47-:. 1. 57
10.25V. 2.40
10.38-11.35
9.38-00.47

63.6
67.1
72.6
49.8
62.7
66.2

2.0
.8
,6
1.0
3.6
1.5

By type of construction
46 Single family
47 Multifamily .
. .
48 Nonresidential

423,249
147,406
464,814

39
159
99

10
29
18

10.84
10.40
10.61

.28
.80
.16

10.20-11.57
8.31-12.75
9.92-11.02

66.4
93.4
52.0

.1
53.7
2.9

1 Total

3,424,900

2 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
3 l_24
4 25-49
5 50-99
6 100-499
7 500 and over
8 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
9
1-24
10 25-49
1 1 50-99
12 100-499
13 500 and over
By type of construction
14 Single family . . f .
15 Multifamily
16 Nonresidential
.

..

.......

LARGE BANKS

OTHER BANKS
33 Total

72



.

.

21. Terms of Lending at commercial banks, 1987—Continued
C. Loans to farmers
Survey of loans made February 2-6
Size class of loans (thousands)

Characteristic
All sizes

$1-9

$10-24

$25-49

$50-99

$100-249

$250
and over

ALL BANKS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

$97,908
2,871
7.1
11.06
.79
10.25-11.90

$126 118
1,912
144
10 80
.69
9.58-11 80

$227 717
1,539
15 5
1078
.82
9 96-11 83

$352,714
360
85
8.59
.80
7 76=9 00

10.62
9 86
10.42
11.20
10.72
8.99

11.63
11.21
11.61
11.45
11.67
11.77

11.37
11 17
11.28
10.72
10.79
10.79

11.39
1046
11.17
11.27
*
10.02

9.72
*
1074
*
*
10.27

10.97
*
1093
*
*
8 86

8.86
*
8 86
*
*
8.25

43.5
30.5

42.5
32.1

42.5
31.5

57.4
400

55.9
34 3

95.2
73.8

13.1
7.2
55 0
3.4
4.4
16 9

12.4
7.3
60 3
9.1
1.8
9.1

17.0
10.2
51 6
3.1
7.5
10 6

26.2
4.4
54 6
3.7
*
99

14.3
*
44 6
*
*
12 9

13.9
*
67 6
*
*
77

7.3
50 2
*
*
309

$6,706
1,740
8.8
10.07
.53
9.30-10.43

$11464
784
10.7
9.39
.64
8 77-9.92

$14757
421
9.3
9.22
.75
8.51-9.84

$23641
347
8.1
9 30
.60
8.77-9 84

$45 228
325
10.1
900
.78
8 52-9 50

$279 829
208
8.6
8 19
.21
7 76-8 30

8.96
8 02
8.37
9.73
9.00
8.44

9.77
9.60
9.78
12.08
10.73
9.91

9.05
*
9.51
10.06
*
9.44

8.79
*
9.47
9.58
*
9.17

9.32
*
9.19
*
*
949

9.03
9.21
*
*
8 86

8.86
*
8.04
*
*
8.25

93.7
78 5

..

$135,565
9,075
9.4
11.18
.67
10.25-12.15

$381624
3,825
8.9
8 47
.52
7 76-9 00

.

$106,737
28,010
7.9
11.59
.58
10.51-12.43

65.1
47.4

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other
.

Percentage of amount of loans
13 With floating rates
14 Made under commitment
15
16
17
18
19
20

$1,046,760
43,767
10.9
10.20
.56
8.51-11.63

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars) . . .
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2
Weighted average interest rate (percent)3
Standard error4
Interquartile range5

78.2
65.2

91.4
78 1

93.4
76.4

91.1
86 3

96.4
83 5

93.9
77 5

12.4
97
38.1
15
17
36 5

11.1
3.9
56.1
10.9
2.9
15.1

26.8
*
39.4
31
*
23 8

21.7
*
42.7
6.6
*
16 9

18.7
*
41.6
*
*
28 3

22.8
*
28.1
*
*
38 6

38.7
*
*
39 0

$665,136
39,942
11.5
11.20
21
10 51-11 95

$100,032
26,269
7.8
11.69
.23
10.78-12.47

$124,102
8,291
9.3
11.34
18
10 38-12 31

$83,151
2,450
6.8
11.39
.21
10 59-12 05

$102,477
1,565
15 2
11 15
33
10 26-11 88

$182,489
1,214
16 5
11 22
21
11 02-11 83

*
*
*
#
*
*

11 50
11.64
11.11
11.47
11 00
11.09

11.74
11.26
11.73
11.40
11.78
11.99

11 73
11.22
11.40
*
10 83
11.10

11 76
*
11.40
*
*
*

48.6
29.5

41.1
28.1

37.9
27.8

33.5
23.5

13 5
5.8
64.6
4.5
6.0
5.6

12 5
7.5
60.6
9.0
1.7
8.7

16 1
10.9
52.8
*
7.8
9.3

27 0
*
56.8
*
*
*

LARGE BANKS12
21
22
23
24
25
26

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard erroj4
Interquartile tange5

27
28
29
30

By purpose of loan
Feeder livest< -ck
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment

32

Other

..

Percentage of amount of loans
33 With floating rules
34 Made under commitment
35
36
37
38
39
40

By purpose ttf loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

..

9.2

OTHER BANKS12
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
Weighted averuge maturity (months)2
Weighted average interest rate (percent)3
Standard error4
....
Interquartile range5
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
53 With floating rates
54 Made under commitment
55
56
57
58
59
60

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other
.




11.0

49 6
294

45

11.0

*
*
#
#
*
*

45.9
22 1

*
*

77 4

*
*
*
*
*
*
73

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987—Continued
C, Loans to farmers—Continued
Survey of loans made May 4-8
Size class of loans (thousands)

Characteristic

$100-249

$250
and over

$132,058
:>,053
19.1
10.51
.42
9.89-11.35

$124,444
954
10.6
10.62
,56
9.46-12.00

$274,254
538
39.0
9.82
.57
9.04=10.02

11.16
10.27
11.21
11.23
*
10.49

11.00
*
10.35
*
#
9.93

10.43
*
11.03
*
*
9.20

10.13
9.19
9.72
*
*
9.93

44.7
42.9

64.5
42.1

56.0
33.6

84.3
61.1

55. 1
67.1

13.2
3.9
72.6
4.2
2.2
4.0

13.4
4.2
71.6
3.6
2.8
4.3

25.1
4.5
45.2
8.4
*
14.6

27.0
*
42.7
*
*
9.9

23.9
*
56.8
*
*
12.8

24.1
15.0
22.1
#
+
38.8

$254,080
3,925
8.2
9.38
.58
8.78-9.92

$7,227
1,843
7.4
10.27
.30
9.73-10.75

$11,850
792
7.5
9.93
.28
9.31-10.51

$15,256
461
6.7
9.91
.39
9.38-10.47

$23,248
348
6.0
S'.78
.32
9.29- 1C. 38

$41,874
279
9.6
9.58
.39
9.00-10.15

$154,625
203
8.5
9,13
,,44
8.51=9.50

9.49
8.64
9.69
10.12
9.77
9.25

10.09
10.56
10.26
10.96
10.50
10.10

9.71
*
9.97
*
*
9.73

9.70
*
9.98
*
*
9.91

9.69
*
9.82
*
*
9-83

9.76
*
9.53
*
*
9.43

9,31
*
9.55
*
*
9.03

95.0
79.5

87.5
71.8

90.2
73.8

93.6
82.2

90.2
8:5.3

100.0
81.7

95.1
78.6

27.3
12.9
29.7
1.0
.7
28.4

14.7
4.0
57.4
5.7
3.5
14.6

15.5
*
57.5
*
*
18.0

26.9
*
38.5
*
*
26.1

36.8
*

39.9
*
28.2
*
#
24.9

25.5
*
24.9
*
*
31,0

$703,566
48,098
20.4
11.09
.17
10.04-12.00

$117,555
31,763
8.2
11.46
.16
10.77-12.25

$142,470
9,893
8.8
11.29
.19
10.52-12.13

$132,531
3,726
13.7
11.20
.21
10.50-11.95

$108,810
1,705
2C.8
10.67

10.01-11/78

$82,570
674
10.9
11.14
.40
10.38-12.08

*
*
*
*
*
*

11.35
10.57
11.18
10.98
11.13
10.55

11.31
10.81
11.52
11.92
9.89
12.10

11.53
10.95
11.34
10.76
*
10.44

11.35
*
11.33
*
*
10.62

*
*
10/4
*
*
*

11.3:

*
*
*
*
*
*

44.8
40.6

47.2
42.4

40.9
40.3

61.1
37.5

4i6
22.6

76.4
50.6

*
*

19.4
4.5
54.0
5.2
3.2
13.7

13.1
3.9
73.5
4.1
2.1
3.3

13.2
4.3
72.8
3.7
*
3.2

24.9
*
45.9
*
*
13.3

$1-9

$10=24

$25-49

$957,646
52,023
18.3
10.64
.61
9.84-11.83

$124,782
33,606
8.2
11.39
.34
10.73-12.21

$154,320
10,685
8.7
11.18
.34
10.50-12.10

$147,788
4,187
13.1
11.07
.45
10.38-11.95

10.72
9.59
10.94
10.93
11.02
10.00

11.23
10.79
11.46
11.84
9.95
11.67

11.37
10.92
11.25
10.78
10.89
10.21

58.1
50.9

49.6
44.1

21.5
6.7
47.6
4.1
2.6
17.6

All sizes

$50-99

ALL BANKS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
....
Weighted average maturity (months)2
3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4
Interquartile range'
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate . .
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
13 With floating rates
14 Made under commitment
15
16
17
18
19
20

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
. .
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other
LARGE BANKS 12

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2
Weighted average interest rate (percent)3
Standard error4
Interquartile range5
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
33 With floating rates
34 Made under commitment
35
36
37
38
39
40

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
.
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

35. 4
*

*
28.2

OTHER BANKS12
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4 5 ,
Interquartile range
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
. ,..,
Other .

........

Percentage of amount of loans
53 With floating rates
54 Made under commitment
55
56
57
58
59
60

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

74



.

....

:?,i

44.;

&
*

71.^

41
*i
*
*

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987—Continued
C. Loans to farmers—Continued
Survey of loans made August 3-7
Size class of loans (thousands)

Characteristic
All sizes

$1-9

$10-24

$25-49

$50-99

$100-249

$250
and over

ALL BANKS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

$972,091
46,944
80
10.41
.57
9.50-11 33

$113,363
33,550
7.0
11.54
.39
10.77-12.31

$107,665
7,292
6.9
11.19
.26
10.34-12.13

$96,060
2,797
73
11.09
.48
10.36-12.13

$140,093
1,981
15 3
10.98
.41
10.52-11.83

$162069
989
86
10.59
.53
10 11-11 07

$352,841
336
54
932
.79
8.60-10 38

9.92
11.05
10 82
10.77
10 88
9.77

11.88
12.25
11.40
11.39
11.59
12.04

11.42
12.04
11.19
10.22
11 76
10.24

11.19
10.27
11 21
*
*
11.57

11.19
11.95
10.83
*
*
10.79

10.56
*
10 83
*
*
993

8 93
*
1008
*
*
900

..

55.9
59 9

52.2
46.9

55.9
50.6

65.7
51 8

55.2
47.2

45.4
52 3

59.6
77 7

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses . . . .
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

29.6
38
46.8
28
2.6
14 4

14.7
4.3
68.4
6.4
1.2
5.1

10.9
6.4
69.2
21
3.2
81

20.8
24
57.5
*
*
86

36.8
70
30.7
*
*
11 8

17.7
*
54 4
*
. *
19 3

45 2
*
329
*
*
19 8

$374 132
4,194
5.1
9 30
.55
8 60-10 20

$8 197
2,050
5.3
10 53
.38
10 00-10.83

$12 060
818
6.2
10 15
.16
9 58-10.74

$16 781
483
6.4
10 02
.42
9 50-10 52

$24 929
387
6.5
9 94
.35
9 24-10 47

$43 127
296
78
9 92
.37
9 14-10 52

$269 038
161
47
902
.74
8 60-9 84

...

8 98
9.40
9 84
1028
10 19
9 05

10.35
10.54
10.46
11 09
11.86
10 47

9.94
*
10.16
*
*
10 18

9.99
10.46
9 98
*
*
10 08

10.13
*
9.81
*
*
9 97

10 03
*
9 81
*
*
9 87

8.79
#
975
*
*
8 73

. ..

596
93.2

90.5
82.4

91.8
85.3

922
84.7

953
91.8

900
91.7

47 0
98.7

42 5
3.0
32 5
6
9
20 5

9.7
1.4
68.0
5.2
2
12.6

15 2
*
60 6
*
*
16.3

19 3
7.5
53 7
*
*
14 8

22 0
*
46 7
*
*
22,6

27 2
*
44 2
*
*
19 7

50 5
#
25 6
*
*
21 2

$105,166
31,500
71
11.62
.10
10.79-12.31

$95 604
6 474
70
11.32
.20
10 50-12.19

$79,279
2 313
74
11.32
22
10.52-12 17

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars) . .
Number of loans .
Weighted average maturity (months)2
Weighted average interest rate (percent)3
....
Standard error4
Interquartile range5
. . . .
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinetry and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
13 With floating rates
14 Made under conunitment
15
16
17
18
19
20

.

. .

LARGE BANKS12
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2 . . .
Weighted average interest rate (percent)3
Standard error4
Interquartile range^
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
.
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
33 With floating rates
34 Made under commitment
35
36
37
38
39
40

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other . . . . . .

3

OTHER BANKS12
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars) . . . . .
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4
Interquartile range5
. ...
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

. ..

Percentage of amount of loans
53 With floating rates
54 Made under commitment
55
56
57
58
59
60

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
,
Other current operating expenses . . . .
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other . .




$597,959
42,750
94
11.11
12
10 47-11 91

$115 165
$118 942
1 594
693
16 6
88
11.20
10.84
19
37
10 79-11 83 10 21-11 80

1132
*
10 93
*
*
*

11 09
1L77
11 18
10 82
10 99
1064

1 1 .96
12.29
11 47
11.41
*
12 38

1 1 69
*
11 31
*
*
*

1 1 42
*
11 44
*
*
*

53 6
39.1

49 2
44.2

51 3
46.3

60 0
44 8

46 5
37 6

21.6
43
55 7
41
3.6
10.6

15.1
4.5
68 4
65
*
4.5

10.3
*
70 3
*
*
*

21.1
*
58 3
*
*
*

39.9
*
27 2
*
*
*

'

*
*
*
*
*
*

*

*
#
*
*
*
*

29 2
38 0

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

75

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks, 1987—Continued
C. Loans to farmers—Continued
Survey of loans made November 2-M>
Size class of loans (thousands)

Characteristic
All sizes

$1-9

$10-24

$25=49

$50-59

$100-249

S 250
,
and over

ALL BANKS
1
2
3
4
5
6

$1 125 172
46,536
11.9
11 02
.70
9 96-12 19

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other ,

15
16
17
18
19
20

$222013
1,454
35.5
11 51
.57
10 78=12 22

$350 867
481
4.8
9 82
1.09
8 05-10 65

11.80
12 24
11.92
13.14
11 93
11.99

11.46
11.52
11.87
11.20
12.33
11.18

11.32
11 36
11.53
*
*
11.04

11.73
*
1 .35
*
*
11.24

11.51
1061
1 1 29
*
*
10,67

11 03
*
9 99
*
*
8,40

51.0
41 4

41.1
40.3

46.2
36 8

52.8
510

63.8
516

63.9
80 8

34 8
7.4
31 4
7.3
28
16.2

20.6
6.2
60.3
6.4
1.5
5.0

22.9
5.1
54.3
9.8
1.4
6.5

45.5
7.3
29.4
*
*
7.2

48.2
*
30.0
*
*
5.9

46.4
5.6
23.0
*
*
6.0

26. 1
*
19.9
*
*
37.8

$7,305
1,698
6.8
11.23
.27
10.75=11,63

$14,347
914
8.0
10.94
.47
10.38-11.46

$20,078
593
7.4
10 70
.31
10.00-11.35

$25,607
281
8.0
10.70
.18
10.43-111.04

$60,152
388
9.1
10 46
.50
9.88-10.92

$238,150
263
2.6
9 17
.70
8.05-9.98

1027
10.61
10 41
11.22
10 35
8.72

11.05
11.65
11.24
11.17
12.28
11.01

10.80
*
10.97
*
*
10.82

10.74
10.74
10.68
*
*
10.73

10.80
*
10.53
*
' *
10.73

10.49
*
10.44
*
*
10.64

10.04
*
10.06
*
*
8.40

86.8
78.3

93.9
84.4

93.5
87.8

97.7
92.1

94.8
89.3

53.3
99.2

23 6
4.2
27 3
1.2
1.5
42.1

19.2
4.1
58.2
3.2
3.3
12.0

17.6
*
58.0
*
*
15.1

21.4
7.3
47.6
*
*
19.2

197
*
55.7
*
*
16.2

34 5
*
36 7
*
*
16.3

21.9
*
174
*
*
55.8

$759,533
42,298
146
11 67
.15
11.29-12.36

$94,671
26,541
' 6.9
12.06
.22
11.50-12.45

$130,875
8,954
8.3
11.73
.11
10.95=12.31

$117,287
3,413
8.1
11.48
.19
11.30-12.19

$142,122
2,1Q7
6.9
11.61
.2$
11.29-12.19

$161,861
1,066
41.8
11.90
.27
11.41-12.75

11.75
10.64
11.66
12.11
12 40
11 41

11.86
12.27
11.97
13.22
*
12 19

11.51
*
11.98
11.19
*
11.39

11.36
*
11.79
*
*
*

11.79

11.76

50 5
37.6

....

$167,730
2,488
7.0
11.47
.34
11.01-17.19

67.7
95.4

Percentage of amount of loans
13 With floating rates
14 Made under commitment

$137,364
4,006
8.0
11.37
.37
10.65-12.10

$365,638
4 238
4.4
9 68
.68
8.05=10.65

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other
.

1
8
9
10
11
12

$145 222
9,868
8.2
11.65
.49
10 94-12.25

56.1
564

. ..

$101,976
28,240
6.9
12.00
.35
11.36-12.41

11.42
10 64
11 31
12.06
12 04
9.14

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
.
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4
Interquartile range5

48 2
38.6

35.3
35.5

38.1
28.1

45. £
43.6

52 3
37.6

40.2
8.9
33 4
10 2
3.4
37

20.7
6.3
60.5
67
*
4.4

23.4
*
53.9
10.6
*
5.5

49.7
*
26.2
*
*
*

53.3
*
25.3
*
*
*

50.8

LARGE BANKS12
21
22
23
24
25
26

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars) .
Number of loans
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4
,
Interquartile range5
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other .
....

27
28
29
30
31
32

. ...

.

Percentage of amount of loans
33 With floating rates
34 Made under commitment . . . .
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other
.

35
36
37
38
39
40

OTHER BANKS12
41
42
43
44
45
46

Amount of loans (thousands of dollars)
Number of loans
.
Weighted average maturity (months)2 3
Weighted average interest rate (percent)
Standard error4 5
Interquartile range .

47
48
49
50
51
52

....
.

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

Percentage of amount of loans
53 With floating rates
54 Made under commitment
55
56
57
58
59
60

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
..
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate
Other

76



...

11.64
*
"'

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per year
Year | Jan. | Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

6.66
5 66

6.43
5 50

6.10
5 50

6.13
5.50

6.37
5 50

6.85
5 50

6.73
5 50

6.74
6 82
6.85

5.95
5 84
5.76

6.12
6 05
5.99

6.22
6.16
6.10

6.39
6.45
6.50

6.83
6.93
7.04

6.61
6 54
6 37

5.86
5 59
5 60

6.02
5 88
5 79

6.11
595
5.88

6.28
622
6.14

6 75
6.78

5 74
5.65

5 99
5.93

6.09
6.02

6 75
6.87
7 01

5 94
5.87
5 85

6 10
6.10
6 10

U.S. Treasury bills4 1
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6- month
....
16 1-year

5 78
6.03
6.33

5 43
5 44
5.46

17
18
19

Auction average*
3-month
6-month
1-year

5 82
6.05
6 33

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
.
10-year
30-year

27

Composite11
Over 10 years "long-term)

Item

Oct.

Nov.

Aug-

Sept.

6.58
5 50

6.73
5 50

7 22
5 95

7 29
6 00

6.69
6 00

677
6 00

6.86
692
7.00

6.57
6 65
6.72

6.62
6 71
6.81

7.26
7 37
7.55

7.38
7 89
7 96

6.77
7 17
7.17

7.76
7 61
7.49

6.78
6 74
6.47

6.80
677
6.50

6.53
648
635

6.56
6 49
6 34

7 20
7 08
6 90

7 28
7 40
7 17

6.63
6 91
669

7 23
6 97
6 64

641
6.44

691
7.03

6 83
6.91

6 59
6.65

6 64
675

7 31
7 48

7 85
7 92

7 07
707

7 48
7 41

6.18
6.17
6.18

6.42
6.52
6.65

6.81
6.99
7 24

6.84
6.94
7 15

660
6.70
6 87

6 63
6.75
7 02

7 25
7 37
7 74

7 39
8 02
8 19

6 80
7.24
7 31

7 86
7.66
7 67

5 59
5 59
5.63

5 59
5.60
5.68

5 64
5.90
6.09

5 66
6.05
6.52

5 67
5 99
6.35

5 69
5 76
6.24

604
6 15
6.54

640
6 64
7.11

6 13
6 69
705

5 69
6 19
6.50

5 77
6 36
6.69

5 45
5.47
5 44

5 59
5.60
5 74

5.56
5.56
5.68

5 76
5.93
5 92

5 75
6.11
6 56

5 69
5.99
6 54

5 78
5.86
622

600
6.14
6 52

6 32
6.57
6 74

640
6 86
6 89

5 81
6.23
6 48

5 80
6.36
6 74

6 77
7.42
7 68
7.94
8 23
8.39
8 59

5 78
6.23
6 41
6.64
6 92
7.08
7 39

5 96
6.40
6 56
6.79
7 06
7.25
7 54

6.03
6.42
6.58
6.79
7.06
7.25
7.55

6.50
7.02
7.32
7.57
7.83
8.02
8.25

7.00
7.76
8.02
8.26
8.47
8.61
8.78

6 80
7.57
7.82
8.02
8.27
8.40
8.57

6 68
7.44
7 74
8.01
8.27
8.45
8 64

7 03
7.75
8 03
8.32
8 59
8.76
8 97

7 67
8.34
8 67
8.94
9 26
9.42
9 59

7 59
8 40
8 75
9.08
9 37
9.52
9 61

696
7.69
7 99
8.35
8 69
8.86
895

7 17
7.86
8 13
8.45
8 82
8.99
9 12

8.64

7.60

7.69

7.62

8.31

8.79

8.63

8.70

8.97

9.58

961

8.99

9.12

7 14
8.17
7 64

6 12
6.93
6 66

6 05
6.98
661

6.25
7.25
6.66

7.20
8.29
7.55

7.61
8.78
800

7 48
8.68
779

7 18
8.37
7 72

7 24
8.31
7 81

7 66
8.67
8 26

7 90
8 85
8 70

7 50
8.47
7 95

7 45
8.42
7 96

9 92

9 04

9 03

8.99

9.35

982

9 87

9 92

10 24

10 64

10 97

10 54

10 59

9 38
9.68
9.99
10.58

8 36
8 86
9.23
9.72

8 38
8 88
9.20
9 65

8 36
8.84
9.13
9.61

8 85
9.15
9.36
10.04

9 33
9.59
9.83
10.51

9 32
9.65
9.98
10.52

9 42
9.64
1000
10 61

9 67
9 86
10 20
10 80

10
10
10
11

10
10
10
11

52
74
98
62

10 01
10.27
10 63
11 23

10 11
10.33
10 62
11 29

9 95

8 92

8 82

8 84

9 51

10 05

1005

10 17

10 37

10 84

11 07

10 39

10 42

8 37
3 08

791
3 17

7 93
3 02

7.52
2 90

7.94
2 99

8 41
3 02

8 31
2 92

8 25
2 83

8 32
2 69

8 64
2 78

8 99
3 25

9 11
3 66

908
3 71

Dec.

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1
2 Discount window 2 3
borrowing1'2
Commerical paper
3 1 -month
.
4 3-month
5
6-month
„
Finance paper, directly placed3'4
6 1 -month
.
7 3 -month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances4'5
9 3-month
10 6- month
. . . .
Certificates of deposit, secondary market6
1 1 1 -mo nth
12 3-month
1 3 6-month

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS*

.

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series12
28 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13
CORPORATE BONDS
31 Seasoned issues all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A
35 Baa
36

A-rated recently offered utility bonds15

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio16
37 Preferred stocks
38 Common stocks




18
35
72
31

77

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987- -Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year
Week ending

Item

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

Mar. 6

9.20
5.50

7.62
5.50

6.01
5.50

6.01
5.50

6.13
5.50

6.22
5.50

6.14
5.50

6.21
5.50

5.95
5.50

6.06
5.50

7.31
6.32
6.00

6.01
5.87
5.77

5.90
5.80
5.73

5.87
5.79
5.71

5.94
5.87
5.78

6.01
5.93
5.87

6.20
6.11
6.04

6.20
6.14
6.08

6.08
6.04
6.00

6.12
6.07
6.01

6.89
6.05
6.03

5.83
5.57
5.76

5.79
5.57
5.54

5.75
5.44
5.41

5.86
5.61
5.55

5.96
5.77
5.60

6.14
5.94
5.84

6.06
5.92
5.87

5,95
5.89
5.85

6.02
5.89
5.82

6.08
5.86

5.72
5.64

5.71
5.63

5.69
5.60

5.81
5.71

5.86
5.81

6.06
6.00

6.05
5.98

6.01
5.94

5.96
5.91

7.32
6.22
6.06

6.00
5.90
5.86

5.91
5.85
5.84

5.85
5.82
5.80

5.92
5.88
5.87

5.99
5.97
5.97

6.14
6.13
6.14

6.21
6.21
6.20

6.11
6.11
6.12

6.10
6.10
6.11

5.65
5.64
5.64

5.46
5.49
5.49

5.35
5.41
5.45

5.35
5.33
5.38

5.51
5.47
5.50

5.62
5.61
5.59

5.75
5.75
5.71

5.55
5.55
5.64

5.45
5.43
5.57

5.54
5.55
5.61

5.68
5.68

5.53
5.55

5.38
5.43

5.23
5.27
5.44

5.44
5.43

5.58
5.59

5.72
5.69

5.66
5.70
5.74

5.40
5.41

5.47
5.51

5.97
6.36
6.54
6.79
7.07
7.20
7.45

5.80
6.22
6.38
6.63
6.91
7.05
7.33

5.76
6.22
6.39
6.63
6.92
7.07
7.37

5.69
6.18
6.37
6.58
6.86
7.03
7.36

5.82
6.26
6.46
6.66
6.96
7.15
7.47

5.92
6.37
6.53
6.74
7.03
7.22
7.50

6.05
6.48
6.65
6.88
7.13
7.31
7.59

5.98
6.39
6.57
6.81
7.09
7.28
7.58

5.90
6.35
6.52
6.74
7.01
7.20
7.50

5.94
6.36
6.52
6.71
6.99
7.18
7.47

7.74

7.57

7.58

7.54

7.67

7.68

7.76

7.71

7.61

7.56

6.25
7.20
6.85

6.15
6.35
6.70

6.10
7.05
6.65

6.05
7.00
6.54

6.05
7.05
6.56

6.00
7.00
6.57

6.10
7.10
6.67

6.05
6.95
6.62

6.05
6.90
6.59

6.00
7.00
6.54

31 Seasoned issues all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A
35 Baa

9.22

9.12

9.03

8.98

9.01

9.02

9.04

9.05

9.01

898

8.49
9.01
9.41
9.97

8.40
8.93
9.32
9.82

8.33
8.83
9.26
9.70

8.31
8.81
9.15
9.65

8.37
8.83
9.16
9.68

8.38
8.87
9.19
9.65

8.39
8.89
9.22
9.66

8.40
8.90
9.22
9.67

8.36
8.86
9.17
9.64

8,34
8.83
9.14
9.60

36 A- rated recently offered utility bonds15

9.14

8.92

8.88

8.84

8.81

8.80

8.88

8.80

8.79

8.80

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio16
37 Preferred stocks
38 Common stocks

8.21
3.47

7.99
3.28

7.91
3.20

7.86
3.14

7.89
3.07

7.90
3.03

7.89
3.06

7.94
2.98

7.98
3.00

7.57
2.94

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds'
2 Discount window borrowing1'2
Commercial paper3-4
3
1-month
4 3 -month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed3'4
6
1 -month
7
3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances4'5
9
3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit, secondary
market6
11
1 -month . .
12 3-month
13 6-month

,.

U.S. Treasury bills4
Secondary market7
14 3-month
1 5 6-month
16
1-year
Auction average^
3-month
6- month
1-year

17
18
19

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS9
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year
2-year
3 -year
5-year
7 -year
10-year
30-year
,

.

.

.

11

27

Composite
Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS

Moody 's series12
28 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13

.

. . .

CORPORATE BONDS

78



22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
Week endin 8

Item

Apr. 10 | Apr. 17Apr. 24

Mar. 13

Mar. 20

Mar. 27

Apr. 3

6.12
5 50

6.08
5.50

6.14
5.50

6.21
5.50

6.13
5.50

6.41
5.50

620
6.15
608

6.21
6.16
6.09

6.29
6.22
6.15

6.30
6.27
6.22

6 23
6.24
6 23

6.09
5 94
5.84

6.08
5.94
5.86

6.17
5.99
5.93

6.21
6.09
6.02

606
6.00

6.08
6.01

6.17
6.09

6 16
6 15
6 16

6 17
6.16
6 17

5.66
5 64
5.72

May 1

May 8

May 15

May 22

6.26
5.50

6.50
5.50

7.30
5 50

6.75
5 50

6.77
5 50

6.50
6.56
6.60

6.39
6.49
660

659
6.74
6 85

6 76
6.83
6 91

6 78
6.85
6 93

6 94
7.11
7 27

6.14
6.10
6.04

6.36
6.20
6.15

6.31
6.29
6.19

6.43
642
6.29

6.73
6 67
6.44

6.76
674
6.47

6.86
6 83
6.52

6.19
6.14

6.21
6.18

6.50
6.52

6.47
6.58

6.68
6.77

675
6.85

6.82
6.92

7 15
7.30

6.24
6.22
622

6 29
6.30
6 33

6 27
6.30
6 35

6.55
6.65
6 76

645
6.58
6 76

6 59
6.78
7 03

6 69
6 85
7 07

6 72
6.89
7 11

7 00
7.23
7 53

5.55
5.55
5.64

5.60
5.61
5.71

5.56
5.75
5.81

5.62
5 76
5.87

5.80
6.01
6.19

5.54
5.93
6.24

5.69
6 05
6.31

5.61
5 91
6.39

5.69
5 95
6.54

5.68
6 21
6.71

5 63
5.59

5.58
5.58
5 68

5.55
5.55

5 72
5.80

5 53
5.63

5.98
6.08
5.92

5.77
6.00

5 79
6.14

5 81
6 16

5 47
5.74
6 56

6 03
6.34

MONEY MARKE r INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1 .
2 Discount window borrowing1*2
Commercial paper3-4
3 1 -month
4 3-month
5 6-month
Finance paper, dbectly placed3'4
6
1-month
7 3 -month
8 6-month . . . . 4 5
Bankers acceptances 9 3 -month
10 6-month
Certificates 6of deposit, secondary
market
11
1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
U.S. Treasury bills4 7
Secondary market
14 3-month
1 5 6-month
16 1-year
17
18
19

Auction average*
3 -month
6-month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS9

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year . . .
30-year

606
6.43
656
6.77
704
7.22
752

5.99
6.40
6.53
6.76
7.03
7.21
7 52

6.07
6.45
6.63
6.83
708
7.27
759

6.18
6.61
6.86
7.09
7 36
7.56
7 87

6 26
6.69
6 98
7.24
7 51
7.71
7 98

6.60
7.05
7.40
7.68
7.92
8.12
8.30

6.67
7.24
7.57
7.83
8.10
8.30
8.48

676
7.44
771
7.92
8 16
8.32
8 54

6 88
7.60
7 87
8.09
8 33
8.49
8 67

7.03
7.73
8.00
8.24
8.47
8.61
8 77

7 20
8.00
8 27
8.52
8.71
8.84
9 00

27

Composite11
Over 10 yeark (long-term) .

7 60

7.59

7.65

7.91

802

8.38

8.56

8.57

8 66

8.76

9.03

6 20
720
6.61

6 35
7.35
6.68

645
7.45
6.79

665
7.60
6.93

695
8.10
7.27

7.55
8.65
7.90

7 45
8.55
7.82

7 40
8.55
7.85

7 55
870
7.86

7 50
8.65
7.82

7 80
8.95
8.31

STATE AND IX>CAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series128 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13
CORPORATE BONDS
31 Seasoned issues, all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A .
35 Baa

8.99

8.98

8.98

9.09

9.11

9.35

9.51

9.64

9.68

9.75

9.97

8.36
8 84
9 15
9 61

8.36
8.83
9 13
9 58

8.36
8 83
9 11
9 62

8.50
8 94
9 16
9 72

8.56
8 93
9 18
9 77

8.82
9.18
9 35
10 05

9.07
9.26
9 49
10 23

9.21
9 40
9 58
10 37

9.21
9 42
9 64
10 45

9.25
9.52
9 77
10 45

9.49
9 77
9 99
10 62

36 A-rated recently offered utility bonds15

8.83

8.86

8.91

9.07

9.33

9.52

9.96

9.90

9.87

10.10

10.27

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio16
37 Preferred stocks
38 Common stocks

750
294

7.50
2.85

7.51
2.97

7.68
2.92

7 63
2 93

8.06
3.03

8.09
3.01

8.26
3 05

8 22
2 94

8.36
2 96

8.52
3 14




79

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
VVeek end ing

Item
May 29

June 5

June 12

June 19

June 26

July 3

July 10

July 17

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7

6 80
5.50

665
5.50

670
5.50

6.75
5.50

6.79
5.50

6.61
5.50

6.64
5.50

6.52
5.50

657
5.50

6 63
5.50

675
5.50

6.88
6.99
7 12

6 87
6.95
706

686
6.94
7.06

6.85
6.90
6.94

6.87
6.90
6.94

6.82
6.86
6.91

6.65
6.70
6.75

6.52
6.59
6.56

6.49
6.58
6.67

656
6.65
675

6 63
6.74
6 82

6 81
6.76
6.47

6 78
6.78
6.51

683
6.82
6.52

679
6.78
6.53

6.78
6.71
6.48

6.74
6.63
6.40

6.61
6.54
6.38

6.46
6.43
6,32

647
6.43
6.34

653
6.48
6.33

6 61
6.S2
6.34

6.98
7 10

6.90
7 05

6.83
697

6.79
6 81

6.81
6.82

6.76
6.79

6.63
6.65

6,1)2
6,'i?

6.54
663

6.62
6 71

6.65
675

686
7.03
7 33

6.85
6.99
7 25

6 84
6.98
7 26

6.81
6.88
706

6.86
6.91
705

6.83
6.88
7.04

6.64
6.73
6.87

6,56
6,64
6.79

6.56
6,65
6 84

6 58
6.72
694

6 65
6.78
7 04

5.67
6 17
6.48

5.70
6 10
6.44

5.55
5 89
6.36

5.65
5.93
6.29

5.77
6.05
6.32

5.68
5.88
6.25

5.61
5.56
6.20

5.58
5.56
6.11

5.66
5.82
6.26

5.94
6 10
6.40

5.87
6 10
6.49

5 70
6.18

5 81
6.10

5 59
5.99
654

5 70
5.95

5.64
5.93

5.82
6.00

5.62
5.68
6.22

5.55
5.54

6 14
6.20

*t 96
6.15
6 52

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds'
2 Discount window 3 4
borrowing1'2 ,
Commercial paper '
3 1 -month
4 3-month
5 6- month
Finance paper, directly placed3*4
6
1 -month
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances4'5
9 3-month .
10 6-month
Certificates 6of deposit, secondary
market
11
1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
U.S. Treasury bills 4 1
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16 1-year
.
Auction average^
3-month
6-month
1-year

17
18
19

.

..

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS9
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7 -year
10-year
30-year

6.95
7.78
8.01
8.23
8 42
8.55
8 71

6.91
7.74
8.00
8.19
8 44
8.58
8 75

6.80
7.65
7.89
8.10
8.38
8.50
8 66

6.73
7.45
7.68
7.87
8.14
8.27
8.46

6.77
7.49
7.72
7.91
8.14
8.28
8.44

6.71
7.45
7.72
7.96
8.20
8.35
8.48

6.61
7.36
7.65
7.91
8.14
8.32
8.45

6.53
7.35
7.#i
7.93
S.l<»
8.38
8.56

6.71
7.46
7.77
8.05
8.33
8.52
8.75

6.88
7.62
7.91
8.18
8.45
8.62
8.86

6.96
7.69
8.02
8. 30
8 56
8.75
8.98

27

Composite"
Over 10 years (long-term)

8.73

8.79

8.70

8.49

8.52

8.60

8.56

8.62

8.78

8.89

8.99

7 60
8.80
8 03

7 70
8.90
7 97

755
8.75
7 83

7.25
8.45
7.63

7.40
8.60
7.72

7 30
8.55
7.81

7.15
8.40
7.67

7 15
8.35
7.66

7 10
8.25
7.72

7 20
8.30
7 73

7 30
8.40
7 86

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series12
28 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13
CORPORATE BONDS
31 Seasoned issues, all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A
35 Baa
. . . .

9.93

9.94

9.91

9.84

9.80

9.85

9.83

9.88

9.95

10.04

10.13

940
9.73
9 98
10.58

9 38
9.74
10 01
10.61

9 36
9.70
10 00
10.58

9 30
9.60
997
10.48

925
9.59
9 94
10.43

9.33
9.60
993
10.52

9.31
9.57
9.92
10.52

9.36
9.59
9.98
10.57

946
9.66
10.04
10.62

9 56
9.77
10 10
10.74

9 65
9.84
10.20
10.84

36 A-rated recently offered utility bonds15

10.05

10.14

10.04

10.00

10.03

10.01

10.07

10.12

10.34

10.44

10.45

8.55
3 03

8.37
2 98

8.34
2.94

8.29
2.88

8.22
2.86

8.34
2.87

8.27
2.84

8.29
2.81

8.18
2.84

8.18
2.78

8.30
2.'?8

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio16
37 Preferred stocks
38 Common stocks

80



22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
Week ending

Item

Aug. 14

Aug. 21

Aug. 28

Sept. 4

Sept. 11

Sept. 18

Sept. 25

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16

6.58
5.50

6.74
5.50

6.76
5.50

6.85
5.50

6.95
5.93

7.21
6.00

7.26
6.00

7.56
7.00

7.43
7.00

7.59
7.00

6.59
6.68
6.76

6.60
6.67
6.77

6.64
6.72
6.83

6.87
6.96
7.12

7.29
7.40
7.61

7.35
7.45
7.63

7.34
7.44
7.62

7.45
7.64
7.82

7.52
8.02
8.13

7.86
8.55
8.64

6.53
6.46
6.32

6.51
6.40
6.33

6.56
6.55
6.36

6.75
6.68
6.43

7.23
7.08
6.85

7.25
7.10
6.99

7.32
7.27
7.09

7.41
7.30
7.12

7.48
7.45
7.25

7.83
8.04
7.63

6.58
6.67

6.61
6.72

6.69
6.83

6.97
7.09

7.31
7.51

7.35
7.53

7.37
7.53

7.63
7.81

8.04
8.17

8.59
8.66

6.58
6.70
6.96

6.61
6.72
6.98

6.65
6.77
7.05

6.86
7.00
7.31

7.25
7.38
7.78

7.33
7.41
7.81

7.35
7.43
7.79

7.46
7.80
8.11

7.53
8.19
8.41

7.81
8.73
8.95

5.94
6.05
6.47

6.05
5.18
6.53

6.24
6.25
6.65

6.21
6.36
6.89

6.39
6.53
7.16

6.36
6.65
7.10

6.48
6.79
7.14

6.62
6.86
7.30

6.65
7.08
7.50

6.98
7.52
7.70

5.93
6.14

5.97
6.12

6.12
6.16

6.19
6.34
6.74

6.45
6.72

6.32
6.64

6.59
6.83
7.32

6.49
6.96

6.96
7.34

MONEY MARKETS INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1
2 Discount window borrowing1'2
Commercial paper -4
3
1-month
4 3-month .
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed3'4
6 1-month
7 3 -mo nth
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances4'5
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates 6of deposit, secondary
market
11
1 -month
12 3-month
13 6- month
U.S. Treasury bills4 7
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month . . . . .
16 1-year
17
18
19

Auction average*
3-month . . . .
6- month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS9

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

6.93
7.67
7.93
8.24
8.51
8.68
8.90

7.01
7.73
7.98
8.30
8.55
8.71
8.92

7.16
7.89
8.13
8.41
8.67
8.85
9.04

7.41
8.11
8.41
8.69
9.00
9.18
9.36

7.72
8.39
8.70
8.96
9.29
9.43
9.60

7.65
8.31
8.64
8.94
9.27
9.43
9.61

7.70
8.37
8.71
8.97
9.29
9.45
9.61

7.88
8.58
8.89
9.17
9.48
9.61
9.75

8.10
8.83
9.10
9.39
9.65
9.78
9.84

8.33
9.13
9.43
9.73
9.97
10.11
10.13

27

Composite11
Over 10 years (long-term)

8.88

8.92

9.04

9.35

9.60

9.61

9.60

9.72

9.82

10.10

7.20
8.25
7.79

7.25
8.30
7.81

7.20
8.30
7.80

7.45
8.60
8.05

7.75
8.90
8.38

7.70
8.85
8.32

7.75
8.35
8.30

7.85
8.70
8.53

7.95
8.85
8.66

8.45
9.40
9.17

31 Seasoned issues, all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A
35 Baa

10.12

10.13

10.14

10.32

10.58

10.75

10.74

10.79

10.91

11.13

9.63
9.87
10.21
10.76

9.68
9.87
10.21
10.77

9.70
9.86
10.19
10.82

9.87
10.05
10.35
11.00

10.15
10.31
10.64
11.23

10.28
10.44
10.85
11.40

10.25
10.42
10.85
11.42

10.34
10.48
10.85
11.49

10.48
10.63
10.91
11.61

10.73
10.91
11.11
11.78

36 A-rated recently offered utility bonds15

10.24

10.34

10.44

10.60

10.86

10.93

11.00

11.08

11.24

11.50

8.28
2.66

8.33
2.68

8.38
2.64

8.55
2.75

8.62
2.82

8.67
2.81

8.67
2.77

8.70
2.76

8.76
2.78

8.91
2.92

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's seriesn
28 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13
CORPORATE BONDS

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio16
37 Preferred stocks
38 Common stocks




81

22, Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1987—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
\Veek endin g

Item

Oct. 23

Oct. 30

Nov. 6

Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

7 37
6.00

7 03
6.00

643
6.00

668
6.00

677
6.00

6.78
6.00

6.89
6.00

6 84
6.00

7.26
7.82
7.90

695
7.33
7 35

6.78
7.19
7 20

6.72
7.04
705

6.79
7.14
7 14

6.75
7.20
7.21

7.28
7.47
7.42

7.05
7.25
7.14

6.83
7.03
6.80

6.56
6.85
6.68

6.65
6.81
6.74

6.72
6.91
6.74

6.60
7.03
6.61

7.73
7.79

7.26
7.24

7.05
7.04

6.94
6.95

7.06
7.06

7.32
7.90
8 05

696
7.42
7 50

675
7.26
7 30

670
7.13
7 21

5.70
6.33
6.72

5.17
5 93
6.30

5.62
6 10
6.42

6.84
7.21

5 12
5.98
6.45

7.22
8.09
8.54
8.90
9.23
9.36
9.49

Dec. 4 | Dec. 11 Dec. 18

Dec. 25

Jan. 1

6 58
6.00

6 75
6.00

681
600

7.77
7.64
7.56

8.18
7.93
7.72

7.90
7.64
7.46

745
7.30
722

6.67
7.17
6.59

7.48
6.35
6.30

7.62
6.99
6.68

7.24
6.95
6.69

6.97
6 78
6.63

7.14
7.14

7.41
7.37

7.64
7.36

7.69
7.59

7.41
7.31

7.17
7.14

6.76
7.18
7.29

6.77
7.26
7.33

7.72
7.61
7.62

7.H8
7/'5
7,' 7 8

8.16
7.88
7.88

7.93
7.61
7.61

7 57
7.38
7 40

5.78
6.26
6.49

5.78
627
6.54

5.72
6.17
6.56

5.41
6.15
6.55

5M
6.44
6.14

5.90
6.43
6.73

5.83
6.44
6.71

5.73
6 26
6.66

5 80
6.24

5 74
6.24

601
6.33

5.70
6.11
6.48

5.49
6.12

5:81
6.42

6.00
6.45

5.96
6.48
6.74

5 73
6.32

673
7.60
8 01
8.38
8 71
8.90
9 05

6.87
7.62
7 96
8.32
8 66
8.84
8 95

6.96
7.67
7.96
8.30
8 64
8.80
8 89

7.01
7.72
7.98
8.35
8.66
8.83
8.92

7.02
7.76
8.05
8.41
8.77
8.95
9.03

7.02
7.75
8.04
8.40
8.80
8.98
9.12

7.24
7.93
871
8.54
8.96
9.14
9.31

7.23
7.91
8.17
8.50
8.88
9.05
9.18

7.19
7.85
8.12
8.41
8.72
8.87
8.97

7.15
7.82
8.08
8.38
8,69
8.85
8 9<?

9.49

907

8.96

8.94

8.98

9.06

9.14

9.3"

9.18

8.95

8.96

7 65
8.70
8 72

7 60
8 60
8 43

7 50
8.45
7 90

7 55
8.55
8 03

7 50
8.50
7 91

745
8.40
7 96

7 45
8.40
7 90

7.50
8.4!
8 1C

7 50
8.45
8 01

740
8.40
7 95

7 40
8.40
7 86

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds'
2 Discount window 3borrowing1'2
Commercial paper -4
3
1 -month
4 3-month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed3-4
6
1 -month
,
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances4'5
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates 6of deposit, secondary
market
11
1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
U.S. Treasury bills4 7
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16
1-year
Auction average®
3-month
6-month .
1-year

17
18
19

..

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS9
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Constant maturities10
1-year . .
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

27

Composite11
Over 10 years (long-term)

..

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series12
28 Aaa
29 Baa
30 Bond Buyer series13
CORPORATE BONDS
31 Seasoned issues all industries14
Rating group
32 Aaa
33 Aa
34 A
35 Baa

11 13

10 75

10 62

10 49

10 51

10 51

10 55

10 61

10.65

10.59

10 53

10.68
10.95
11.13
11.77

10.25
10 56
10.84
11 35

10.08
10.42
10.70
11 28

9.97
10.22
10.58
11 18

9.97
10.22
10.61
11.22

10.01
10.21
10.61
11.22

10.06
10.28
10.62
11.23

10.14
10.36
10.64
11.30

10.19
10.40
10.65
11.36

10.08
10.31
10.59
11.28

10.06
10.25
10.58
11.24

36 A-rated recently offered utility bonds15

10.75

10.60

10.39

10.38

10.31

10.40

10.42

10.70

10.41

10.21

10.25

9.09
3.46

9 18
3.84

9 20
3.59

9 06
3.70

9.15
3.65

9.02
3.69

8.99
3.86

9.02
3.7S

9.10
3.66

9.07
3.59

9.23
3.66

37
38

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio
Preferred stocks
Common stocks

82



16

23. Stock Market—Selected statistics, 1987
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Common stock prites
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965-50)
Total
Industrial
Transportation
Utility
Finance
.

161 70
195 31
140.39
74 29
146 48

151.17
175.60
126.61
78 54
153.32

160.23
189.17
135.49
78 19
158.41

166.43
198.95
138.55
77.15
162.41

163.88
199.03
137.91
7274
150.52

163.00
198.78
141.30
71.64
145.97

169.58
206.61
150.39
74.25
152.73

17428
214.12
157.49
74 18
152.27

184 18
226.49
164.02
78 20
160.94

178.39
219.52
158.58
76.13
154.08

157 13
189.86
140.95
73 27
137.35

137 21
163.42
117.57
69 86
118.30

134 88
162.19
115.85
67 39
111.47

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10, except as
noted)
Total
Industrial
Public utility . .
Transportation (1982=100)'. .
Financial (1970 -10)

286.82
330 90
112 71
228.88
28.15

264.51
296 10
120.09
212.07
29.26

280.94
318 18
119.87
224.37
30.21

292.47
334 65
117.65
227.30
31.00

289.32
335 43
109.97
222.25
28.42

289.12
336.10
108.08
231.31
27.80

301.36
349 58
112.63
247.20
29.55

310.09
362 36
110.93
256.09
29.44

329.36
384 94
117 70
268.34
31.45

318.66
37249
114.98
257.44
30.02

280.16
323 13
111.73
226.47
26.67

245 01
280 11
106 49
188.23
22.89

240.96
277 68
102.36
185.50
21.12

315 60

332 55

330 65

328 77

334 49

348 68

361 52

353 72

306 34

249 42

248 52

183,478
14,962

180,251
15,678

187,135
14,420

170,898
11,655

163,380
12,813

180,356 193,477 177,319
12,857 13,604 12,381

277,026
18,173

179,513
11,268

178,517
13,422

Series

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

11 American Stock Exchange
(Aug. 31, 1973 = 50),
total
316 61 289 02
Volume of trading (thousands
of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange . . . 188,647 192,419
13 American Stock Exchange . . . . 13,382
14,755

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

1 Margin credit at broker-dealers

34,960

35,740

38,080

39,820

38,890

38,420

40,250

MEMO: Free credit balances at brokers2
2 Margin accounts
3 Cash accounts

5,060
17,395

4,470
17,325

4,730
17,370

4,660
17 285

4,355
16,985

3,680
15,405

4,095
15,930

4,240
16 195

vSeries




Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

41,640 44,170

38,250

34,180

31,990

4,270
15,895

8,415
18 455

6,700
15 360

4 750
15 640

Aug.

Sept.

83

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A, FSLIC-insured institutions
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Account

1985
1 Assets

973,821 981,114

991,884

994,894 1,002,775 1,012,454 1,022,554 1,041,767 1,04),427 1,061,226 1,070,012 1,070,012

2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage- backed securities
4 Centra-assets to mortgage
assets1
5 Commercial loans
6 Consumer loans
7 Centra-assets to nonmortgage
loans2 .
8 Cash 3 investment securities . . .
and
9 Other

640,704
112,768

642,778
112,895

699,704
113,872

656,636
111,718

661,787
109,228

666,783
106,691

45,980
12,031
34,744

46,114
12,584
36,153

45,739
13,000
37,155

46,026
13,238
37,580

46,185
13,806
38,926

46,624
14,527
40,684

47,075
14,482
41,827

47,609
15,218
43,155

1,699
132,414
88,839

1,770
133,369
91,220

1,749
132,914
92,685

1,772
130,630
92,979

1,839
131,505
95,547

1,995
133,424
98,964

2,047
133,320
100,743

2,109
133,703
103,936

973,821 981,114

991,844

994,984 1,002,775 1,012,454 1,022,544 1,041,767 1,049,427 1,061,226 1,070,012 1,070,012

790,614
125,468
70,432
55,036
19,939
37,799

801,106
133,098
71,666
61,432
18,797
38,842

800,897
132,170
72,752
59,418
22,458
39,458

10 Liabilities and net worth

, .

1 1 Savings capital
12 Borrowed money
13 FHLBB
14 Other . . . .
15 Other
16 Net worth

791,694
129,180
71,392
57,788
21,792
38,446

808,720
129,024
74,126
54,898
24,204
40,827

817,472
131,442
75,895
55,547
21,298
42,243

671,281 676,9566,813,220
109,663 112,874 11:5,999

822,221 826,858
134,036 139,526
77,766
80,140
56,270 59,386
23,256 25,202
43,040
43,438

687,049
116,228

115,960
115,960

690,717
115,525

4(>,622
b,287
43,621

46,941
15,778
43,795

47,061
16,681
45,056

45,219
17,424
45,809

2,255
131,086
102,831

2,281
133,533
102,265

831,205
144,914
81,488
63,426
21,725
43,923

832,956
147,796
82,545
65,251
24,274
44,401

2,363
2,521
139,381 1:43,538
104,200 104,739

837,224 843,932
152,922 157,666
82,694
84,390
70,228 73,276
26,033
21,756
45,048
46,657

1986
1 Assets
2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage-backed securities
4 Centra-assets to mortgage
assets'
5 Commercial loans
.,
6 Consumer loans
7 Centra-assets to nonmortgage
leans2
8 Cash 3 investment securities . . .
and
9 Other
10 Liabilities and net worth
1 1 Savings capital .
1 2 Borrowed money . . .
13 FHLBB
14 Other
15 Other
16 Net worth

1,070,094 1,079,068 1,089,918 1,100,420 1,117,148 1,123,932 1,130,812 1,141,341 1,142,770 1,153,295 1,158,270 1,163,351
691,539
117,701

691,771 692,059 693,996 695,979
119,789 121,899 127,323 133,056

698,729
138,619

699,156
142,324

699,386
146,024

697.227
14^246

791,945
153,024

799,516
155,977

697,451
158,193

45,387
17,463
45,269

45,517
18,049
46,136

43,575
18,615
46,924

43,968
19,038
47,884

42,439
19,755
49,579

44,410
19,931
49,909

44,628
20,280
49,967

44,837
20,866
50,589

43,512
21,027
50,169

43,902
21,886
50,652

44,047
22,700
50,976

41,799
23,683
51,622

2,501
141,966
104,045

2,560
144,807
106,593

2,571
147,509
109,058

2,626
148,188
110,585

2,719
151,060
113,786

2,672
149,871
113,955

2,688
151,954
114,448

2,734
155,805
116,243

3,883
156,119
115,377

2,937
158,964
114,564

2,984
161,357
113,375

3,041
164,844
112,898

1,070,094 1,079,068 1,089,918 1,100,420 1,117,148 1,123,932 1,130,812 1,141,341 1,142,770 1,153,295 1,158,270 1,163,851
847,615
151,444
82,637
68,807
24,104
46,932

852,320 862,257 862,329
152,432 155,663 163,082
82,496
82,520
86,287
69,936
73,143 76,795
26,612 23,492 25,856
47,703 48,507
49,154

868,108
170,126
86,346
83,780
29,163
49,751

873,082
176,011
88,847
87,164
25,018
49,821

878,355 882,596
174,674 177,293
90,904
91,697
83,770 85,596
27,417 29,669
50,366
51,784

883,429
181,948
91/G5
90(:»13
25,638
51,758

886,207
185,288
92,644
92,644
28,627
53,173

885,139
190,110
93,461
96,649
29,758
53,262

890,664
196,929
100,925
96,904
23,975
52,282

1987
1 Assets
2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage-backed securities
4 Contra-assets to mortgage
assets '
5 Commercial leans
6 Consumer loans .
7 Contra-assets to nonmortgage
loans2
8 Cash 3 investment securities . . .
and
9 Other
10 Liabilities and net worth
11
12
13
14
15
16

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Other
Net worth

84



1,160,840 1,162,578 1,171,091 1,180,379 1,195,474 1,202,920 1,207,750 1,216,995 1,218^29 1,239,654 1,246,762 1,250,739
692,256
161,537

689,363 690,477
162,114 163,973

692,423
170,798

696,561
178,876

699,500
180,084

701,262 704,815
182,067 186,101

708,433
191,829

716,579
193,756

721,101
196,586

724,489
198,551

40,757
22,943
51,929

40,088
22,863
52,096

40,182
22,998
52,652

39,949
22,503
53,429

41,046
22,097
53,808

41,893
23,098
54,588

41,935
23,018
55,186

42,023
23,174
56,079

42,438
23,300
56,118

42,149
23,255
56,549

41,360
23,294
57,465

42,155
23,252
57,939

3,009
162,202
113,740

2,934
163,746
115,418

3,042
167,561
116,654

2,998
165,571
118,601

2,974
168,705
119,447

3,222
169,996
120,769

3,150
170,788
120,514

3,242
170,071
122,020

3,442
164,034
120,995

3,373
173,113
121,925

3,433
170,707
122,402

3,459
169,624
122,497

1,160,840 1,162,578 1,171,091 1,180,379 1,195,474 1,202,920 1,207,750 1,216,995 1,218,8:29 1,239,654 1,246,762 1,250,739
890,735 891,853 893,537
192,356 "190,329 197,405
95,455
95,072
93,738
96,901
95,257 103,667
24,914
27,119
24,012
52,836
53,275 53,137

889,785
210,219
98,723
111,496
26,179
54,196

893,801 897,999 902,617 904,441
219,308 226,719 226,093 232,332
100,504 102,787 102,979 104,191
118,804 123,932 123,114 128,141
28,417 25,345
26,599
28,170
53,947
52,856
52,441 52,052

908,907
234,941
106,^0
128,691
24,599
50,3^2

916,843
246,106
109,736
136,370
27,097
49,609

922,340
247,197
111,283
135,914
27,409
49,816

932,615
249,644
116,363
133,281
21,922
46,558

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
B. FSLIC-insured federal savings banks
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1986

1 Assets
2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage- backed securities
4 Other .
5 Liabilities and net worth
6 Savings capital
7 Borrowed money
8 FHLBB
9 Other .
10 Other
1 1 Net worth

142,136 146,508 152,823 155,686 164,129 180,124 183,317 186,810 196,225 202,106 204,918 211,605
78,984
16,620
13,274

81,641
16,367
13 759

85,028
17,851
13,923

86,598
18,661
14,590

89,108
19,829
15,083

99,758
21,598
16,774

101,755 103 019
23,247 24,097
17,027 17 056

108 627
26,431
18 509

1 10 826 112 117 113 638
27 516 28 324 29766
18 697 19 266 20 138

142,136 146,508 152,823 155,686 164,129 180,124 183,317 186,810 196,225 202,106 204,918 211,605
111 879 1 14 743 119,434 121 153 126,123 138 168 140 610 142 858 149 074 152 834 154 447 157 859
20,419 21,254 22,747 23,196 25,686 28,502 28,722 29 390 32,319 33 430 33 937 37 329
11 151 11 283 12 064 12476 12 830 15 301 15 866 16 123 16 853 17 382 17 863 19 897
10,720
12,856 13,201 12,856 13 267 15 466 16 048 16 074 17 432
9971 10,683
9,268
3 758
4 338
4 279
2 983
3 291
4 564
3 397
4 914
4 666
5 652
5 330
5 277
7,599
7,114
7,982
6,855
7,349
9,422
9,175
9 647 10 165 10 511 10 883 11 140
19 87

1 Assets

235,428 235,763 241,418 246,277 253,006 264,105 268,779 272,134 272,834

2
3
4
5
6
7

Mortgages
Mortgage-backed securities
Centra-assets to mortgage assets1 . . .
Commercial loans
Consumer loans
Contra- assets to nonmortgage
assets2
8 Finance lease plus interest . . .
9 Cash and investment
10 Other3

138 591 138 378 140 696 142 702 146 492 152 381 154 839 156 048 156 705 158 610 161 017 164007
33,570 34,634
36,088 37,500 39,371 40,969 42,714 43,532 44,421 45 132 45 251 45 877
8,012
7,961
8,568
8,116
8,053
8,281
8,777
9,093
8,853
8,787
8,809
8,700
5,957
5,762
5,567
6,166
6,213
5,697
5,807
6,277
6 514
6 275
6 540
6,188
15 627 16089 16 549 16 583 16 566 17 343 17 728
13 746 13 918 14,143 14 547 14,789

11 Liabilities and net worth . .

235,428 235,763 241,418 246,277 253,006 264,105 268,779 272,134 272,834 276,560 279,222 284,284

12
13
14
15
16
17

176,938 177,355
40 614 39 777
20,730 20,226
19 884 19 551
5,484
5,308
12 774 13 151

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Other
Net worth

538
455
30 557
21,490

572
452
29 258
21,953

659
457
30 225
22,715

667
492
30593
23,164

178,672
43,919
21,104
22,815
5,264
13,564

180,637
46,125
21,718
24,407
5,538
13,978

Mar.

Apr.

636
505
31,816
23,383

714
580
33 294
24,371

741
569
33 677
24,133

182,802 189,998 193,890
49,896 53 255 53,652
22,788 24,486 24,981
27,108 28,769 28,671
6,036
6,138
5,981
14,272 14,871 15,100

704
577
34 267
24,506

702
552
33 589
24,199

276,560

690
550
34 888
24 120

279,222 284 284

712
566
33 952
24,077

699
592
35 281
24 084

194,853 195,213 197,298 199,114 203 198
55 660 56 549 57 551 58 277 60 702
25,546 26,287 27,350 27,947 29,617
30,114 30,262 30 201 30 330 31 085
5,629
5,300
6,450
6,293
6,349
15,172
15,445 15 417 15,483 15 084

C. Savings banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1987

1 Assets
2
3

Loans
Mortgage
Other
Securities
U S government2
Mortgage-backed securities
State and local government
Corporate and! other3
Cash . . . .
Other assets

235,603 238,074 240,739

243,454 245,906

244,760

246,833 249,888 251,472 255,989 260,600

259,643

122,769 124,936
37,136 37,313

128,217
35,200

129,624
35,591

130,721
36,793

133,298
36,134

138,494
33,871

13,549
27,785
2,059
18,803
4,939
14,208

13,498
28,252
2,050
18,821
4,806
14,191

13,720
28,913
2,038
18,573
4,823
14,307

13,122
29,655
2,023
18,431
4,484
14,325

119,199
36,122

119,737
37,207

121,178
38,012

13 332
26,220
2,180
19,795
5,239
13,516

13 525
26,893
2 168
19,770
5,143
13,631

13,631
27,463
2,041
19,598
5,703
13,713

13,743
28,700
2,063
19,768
5,308
13,967

135,317 137,044
36,471 37,189
15,694
31,144
2,046
17,583
5,063
14,837

13,510
32,772
2003
18,772
5,864
14,357

10 Liabilities

235,603 238,074 240,739 243,454 245,906 244,760 246,833 249,888 251,472 255,989 260,600

259,643

1 1 Deposits 4
12 Regular
13
Ordinary suvings
14
Time and other . . .
15 Other
16 Other liabilities
17 General reserve accounts

191,441 192 559 193,693 193,347 194,742
186 385 187 597 188 432 187 791 189,048
38,467 39,370 40,558 41,326 41,967
100,604 100,922 100,896 100,308 100,607
4 962
5 556
5,694
5,056
5,261
24 710 25 663 27 003 29 105 30,436
18,236 18,486
18,830 19,423 19,603

4
5
6
7
8
9




13,650
28,739
2,053
19,956
5,176
14,083

193,274
187 669
42,178
100,604
5,605
30 515
19,549

194,549 195,895 196,824
188,783 190 335 191,376
41,928 41,767 41,773
102,603 105,133 107,063
5 560
5,766
5,448
31,655 32 467 32 827
19,718 20,471 20,407

13,817
30,202
2,034
18,062
5,529
14,557

199,336 202,030 201,497
193 777 196,724 196 037
42,045 42,493 41,959
109,486 112,231 112,429
5 559
5 460
5 306
34 226 36 167 35 720
21,133 20,633
20,365

85

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
D. Credit unions
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Ju iy

June

Au g. | St Ft.

0 :t.

N(>v.

i

ii

n a.

n a.

n a.

i*

i

if

Of ;c.

19 87
1 Total assets/liabilities and capital . , 149,383 149,751 153,253 154,549 156,086 160,644
2
3

Federal
State

96801
52,586

....

4 Loans outstanding . . .
5
Federal
6
State
7 Savings
8
Federal (shares)
9
State (shares and deposits)

96,753
52,998

98,799
54,454

99,751
54,798

100,153
55,933

85,651
54,912
30,739
136,441
89,485
46,956

86,101
55,118
30,983
138,810
91,042
47,768

87,089
55,740
31,349
140,014
92,012
48,002

87,765
55,952
31,813
141,635
97,189
49,248

90,912
58,432
32,480
148,283
96,137
52,146

iL

n. a.

n. a.

i

ir

iL

i

104,150
56,494

85,984
55,313
30671
135,807
89 717
46,130

i

n

a.

!r

E. Life insurance companies
Millions of dollars, end of period

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

832,472

841,491

851,142

859,857

868,520

878,469

Securities
Government
United States1 . . .
State and local . .
Foreign2
Business
Bonds
Stocks

75,774
52,004
9,987
13,783
430 083
352,405
77 678

76,507
52,811
9,818
13 878
437 875
357 171
80 704

77,619
53,627
10,023
13,969
444 270
360,768
83 502

77,924
53,722
10,330
13,872
450 599
366,174
84425

78,331
53,933
10,508
13,890
456 199
369,791
86408

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

172 332
28,999
54 355
70,929

173 092
29286
54 360
70,371

174 996
29,701
54 368
70,188

176 196
29,923
54 366
70,849

177 860
29,938
54 364
71,828

Jan.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

886,042

896,655

904,859

914,223

925,475

937,551

77,433
52,795
10,791
13,847
462 425
374,808
87 617

77,821
52,750
11,156
13,915
464,425
377,866
86 559

78,456
52,953
11,382
14,121
473 398
384,008
89 390

80,903
55,032
11,648
14,223
475 818
388,777
87 041

81,344
55,402
11,776
14,166
482040
393,386
88 754

83,736
57,533
11,988
14 215
490 091
399 986
90 105

84,640
59,033
11; ,659
13 948
49? 807
401 943
90 864

180 496
30,247
54 369
73,498

183 094
30,999
54,318
75,385

181 786
31,598
54 316
74,263

185 980
31,282
54 354
76,531

187 775
31,464
54 249
77,351

190 243
31 759
54 222
75 424

19^
31
54
80

July

1986
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

342
615
015
592

1987
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Securities
Government
United States1 . . .
State and local . .
Foreign2 . ,
Business
Bonds
Stocks

9 Mortgages
10 Real estate
1 1 Policy loans
12 Other assets

86



948,665

961,937

978,455

978,455

985,942

995,576 1,005,592 1,017,018 1,026,919 1,021,148 1,024,460 1,033,170

84 923
59,596
11,245
14,082
504,582
408,788
95 794

88 003
62,724
11,315
13,964
514,328
415,004
99 324

90 337
65,661
10,860
13,816
519,766
417,933
101,833

89 711
64,621
11,068
14,022
522,097
420,474
101 623

89,554
64,201
11,208
14,145
528,789
425,788
103,001

87 279
61,405
11,485
14,389
537,507
432,095
105,412

88,199
62,461
11,277
14,461
555,423
448,146
107,277

89 924
64,150
11,190
14,584
551,701
442,604
109 097

89 408
63,352
11,087
14,969
558,787
451,453
107 334

90 782
64,880
11,363
14,539
549,426
455,678
93 748

91 227
65,186
11,539
14 502
548,767
459,537
89 230

91 302
64,551
11,758
14 993
553,486
461,942
91 544

194,213
31,718
53,832
79 397

194,935
32,003
53,806
78 842

195,743
31,834
53,652
82 105

197,315
32,011
53,572
83 749

198,760
32,149
53,468
83,222

200,382
32,357
53,378
84 390

201,297
32,699
53,338
85,420

202,241
32,992
53,330
86 830

204,264
33,048
53,422
87 991

206,507
33,235
53,413
87 785

208,839
33,538
53,334
88 755

212,375
34,016
53,313
88 678

25. Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Fiscal
Year
19871

Type of account or operation

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

U.S. budget2
Receipts total
On-budget
....
Off-budget
Outlays total
On-budget ,
....
Off-budget
Surplus or deficit ( ~ ) total . .
On-budget
....
Off-budget

. ...

Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing fron1 the public
1 1 Operating cash (decrease or increase ( — ))
12 Other3

..

MEMO
13 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period)
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loan accounts . . . .

..

Calendar year 1987
Year

868,994
854,143
640,741
652,292
216,706
213,402
1,004,586 1,035,043
810,754
822,669
193,832
212,375
- 150,444 - 166,039
- 170,014 - 170,378
4,328
19,570

HI

H2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

421,712
447,282
332,879
319,413
114,405
102,301
532,145
502,898
404,572
418,097
98,327
114,048
-55,616 -110,423
-71,692 -98,686
16,077 -11,749

81,771
62,981
18,791
83,928
68,162
15,766
-2,157
-5,181
3,024

55,463
37,919
17,544
83,842
67,152
16,690
-28,379
-29,233
854

56,515
38,469
18,047
84,447
67,792
16,655
= 27,932
-29,323
1,391

122,897
99,083
23,814
83,988
68,964
15,025
38,909
30,119
8,790

150,070
= 5,052
5,426

141,768
10,928
13,353

59,220
-6,775
3,171

82,548
17,703
10,182

4,353
-9,564
7,368

15,248
16,574
-3,443

7,884
15,621
4,427

9,075
-47,189
-795

36,436
9,120
27,316

22,369
5,313
17,056

40,072
13,774
26,298

22,369
5,313
17,056

41,307
15,746
25,561

24,816
3,482
21,334

8,969
3,576
5,394

55,744
29,688
26,056

Calendar year 1987
May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

U.S. budget
1 Receipts, total
....
2 On-budget
3 Off-budget
....
4 Outlays total
5 On-budget
...
6 Off-budget
7 Surplus or deficit ( — ) total
8 On-budget . .
....
9
Off-budget
Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing from the public . . .
11 Operating cash (decrease, or increase ( — ))
12 Other3
MEMO
13 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . . . .
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loar- accounts . . . .




47,691
30,205
17,486
83,264
66,218
17,046
-35,573
-36,012
440

82,945
64,222
18,723
83,429
66,284
17,145
-484
-2,062
1,578

64,223
47,880
16,343
86,431
70,746
15,685
-22,208
-22,867
658

60,213
43,511
16,703
81,890
65,021
16,869
-21,677
-21,511
-166

92,410
73,755
18,656
77,087
60,444
16,643
15,323
13,310
2,013

62,354
45,992
16,362
93,055
76,870
16,185
-30,701
-30,878
176

56,987
40,630
16,357
83,911
67,140
16,770
-26,924
-26,510
-414

85,525
67,645
17,880
109,771
77,876
31,896
= 24,246
= 10,230
= 14,016

13,005
24,217
-1,649

9,655
-6,434
-2,737

-3,103
20,655
4,656

33,060
-3,219
-8,164

-8,060
-13,800
6,537

27,282
-1,879
5,298

23,603
17,164
= 13,843

9,766
-1,218
15,698

33,106
6,384
26,723

40,072
13,774
26,298

19,417
5,365
14,052

22,635
3,764
18,872

36,436
9,120
27,316

38,315
8,898
29,416

21,151
3,595
17,556

22,369
5,313
17,056

87

26. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1987
Source

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Year
1 All sources

.,

2 Individual income taxes, net
3
Withheld
4
Presidential Election Campaign
Fund
5
Nonwithheld
6
Refunds
Corporation income taxes
7
Gross receipts
8
Refunds
9 Social insurance taxes and
contributions net
10 Employment taxes and
contributions' . . .
......
1 1 Unemployment insurance
12 Other net receipts2
13
14
15
16

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
.
Estate and gift taxes . . .
Miscellaneous receipts**

......

Jan.

868,994

81,771 55,463 56,515 122,897

397,732 46,466
326,963 26,375

22,805
25,486

14,240 71,850
27,608 26,943

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

47,691 82,945

64,223

60,213

92,410

62,354

56,987

85.525

9,275 40,521
24,823 25,525

31,889
31,596

26,884
25,008

39,797
24,569

32,429
30,122

25,039
24,888

36,537
34,020

June

34
143,644
72,905

0
20,254
163

2
1,320
4,003

10
4,106
17,482

7
7
7,228
62,939
18,039 22,782

4
16,574
1,583

2
2,452
2,160

1
3,108
1,233

0
17,127
1,899

1
3,563
1,256

0
1,664
1,512

0
3,309
793

105,217
18,000

4,332
872

2,369
1,433

15,948
2,834

13,290
2,101

2,885
1,042

13,572
2,599

3,812
1,454

2,549
983

21,636
1,129

3,633
1,778

2,558
891

18,633
884

307,274

25,664

25,590

23,689

33,646

30,218

24,712

23,346

25,712

25,403

22,177

23,756

23,361

277,084
25,491
4,700

24,266
1,024
375

22,594
2,633
364

23,128
186
375

30,457
2,827
361

22,270
7,529
419

23,981
315
416

20,890
2,038
417

21,447
3,912
354

23,788
1,246
368

20,797
950
430

20,731
2,661
364

22,735
170
457

33,525
15,122
7,428
20,698

2,840
1,135
652
1,554

2,291
1,052
553
2,235

2,511
1,220
570
1,171

2,471
1,165
810
1,767

2,633
1,142
726
1,853

3,099
1,415
507
1,719

2,908
1,420
671
1,631

2,698
1,370
587
1396

2,808
1,278
587
2,032

2,574
1,317
608
1,392

2,854
1,247
617
1,807

3,838
1,361
540
2,141

B. Outlays1
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1987
Source
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

84,447

83,988 83,264

83,429

86,431

81,890

77,087

93,055

83,911 109,771

2 National defense . . . . . .
3 International affairs
4 General science, space, and
technology
5 Energy
6 Natural resources and environment . . .
7 Agriculture
8 Commerce and housing credit
9 Transportation
....
10 Community and regional
development
..
11 Education, training, employment,
and social services
..

289,881
8,861

22,107
312

23,465
1,319

24,742
681

24,407 23,471
831
!63

24,694
1,068

24,126
1,145

24,387
146

22,118
S,610

25,928
1,004

21,366
65

29,070
517

9,793
3,803
13,765
26,464
8,745
26,209

562
390
999
4,063
721
1,870

791
189
871
2,293
-334
1,697

703
441
1,092
2,453
1,677
1,982

779
356
985
716
997
2,089

836
598
1,176
-342
703
2,539

836
256
1,392
1,462
72
2,289

823
341
1,075
1,336
355
2,405

888
-260
1,295
2,248
401
2,505

1,118
499
1,336
5,177
1,625
2,306

867
316
1,121
3,139
1,749
2,304

937
316
1,371
1,278
-350
2,287

5,183

477

380

490

592

585

584

603

464

742

450

701

29,774

2,358

2,669

2,440

2,317

2,255

2,143

1,854

2,757

3,180

2,455

3,045

2,301

1 2 Health
. . . .
13 Social security and medicare
14 Income security
.

41,068
301,333
123,449

3,148
22,640
11,301

3,166
23,081
10,551

3,263
23,407
10,910

3,672
23,615
11,282

3,544
23,782
10,273

3,525
26,339
7,931

3,466
23,991
11,460

3,419
22,929
8,788

3,332
23,425
9,632

3,613
23,979
10,241

3,744
23,153
9,595

3,176
40,992
11,485

1 All types

15
16
17
18
19
20

Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government .
General-purpose fiscal assistance . . .
Net interest2
Undistributed offsetting receipts3 . . .

88



1,035,043 83,928 83,842

653
361
1,052
2,641
1,129
1,936

-385

3,773
899
3,368
2,440
1,121
3,645
2,047
1,137
2,150
2,360
2,227
2,053
27,220
754
634
674
774
649
690
646
806
619
482
619
570
7,917
-231
1,085
1,577
1,448
209
322
598
358
439
166
196
6,904
737
62
428
241
62
148
129
54
167
2
61
-21
179
1,512
142,043 12,583 12,967 10,971 11,295 12,284 10,010 11,711 13,064 10,335 11,431 13,215 12,177
-2,497 -2,982 -3,177 -4,714 -2,735 -2,997 -2,730 -2,764 -3/'42 -2,688 -2,990 -2,770
-36,786

27. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation, 1987
Billions of dollars
Item

Mar. 31

June 30

Sept. 30

Dec. 31

1 Federal debt outstanding

2,250.1

2,313,1

2354 3

2 435 2

2 Public debt securities . .
3
Held by public
4
Held by agencies

2 246 7
1 839 3
407 5

2 309 3
1 871 1
438 1

2 350 3
1 893 1
457 2

2 431 7
1 954 1
477 6

40

38
28
10

40

29
1i

35
27

2,232.4

2,295.0

2 3360

2 417 4

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1 .

2 231 1
13

2 293 7
13

2 334 7
13

2 416 3
11

MEMO
1 1 Statutory debt "imit

2 300 0

2 320 0

2 800 0

2 800 0

5 Agency securities
6
Held by public
7
Held by agencies
8 Debt subject to statutory limit

3o
10

g

28. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars, end of period

19 36

Tvoe and holder

19 87

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total gross public debt

1,986.8

2,059.3

2,125.3

2,214.8

2,246.7

2,309.3

2,350.3

2,413.7

By type
2 Interest-bearing debt
3 Marketable
4
Bills
5
Notes
6
Bonds

1,984.2
1,472.8
393.2
842.5
223.0

2,056.7
1,498.2
396.9
869.3
232.3

2,122.7
1,564.3
410.7
896.9
241.7

2,212.0
1,619.0
426.7
927.5
249.8

2,244.0
1,635.7
406.2
955.3
259.3

2,306.7
1,659.0
391.0
984.4
268.6

2,347.7
1,676.0
378.3
1,005.1
277.6

2,428.9
1,724.7
389.5
1,037.9
282.5

511.4
88.5

558.5
98.2

558.4
102.4

593.1
110.5

608.3
118.5

647.7
125.4

704.2
139.3

5.3
5.3
.0

4.1
4.1
.0

671.8
129.0

6.7
6.7
.0

4.7
4.7
.0'

4.9
4.9
.0

5.1
5.1
.0

4.3
4.3
.0

4.0
4.0
.0

79.8
336.0

82.3
372.3

85.6
365.9

90.6
386.9

93.0
391.4

95.2
421.6

97.0
440.7

99.2
461.3

2.6

2.6

2.6

2.8

2.7

2.6

2.5

2.8

352 6
184.8
1,473.1
195.1
29.9
95.8

382.9
190.8
1,553.3
212.5
24.9
n.a.

n.a.

374.4
183.8
1,502.7
197.2
22.8
n.a.
59 8
n.a.

n.a.

403.01
211.3
1,602.0
225,0
28.6
n.a.
68 8
n.a.

407.5
196.4
1,641.4
232,0
18.8
145.3
73.4
n.a.

438.1
212.3
1,657.7
237.1
20.6
140.0
78.7
n.a.

457.2
211.9
1,682.9
250.5
15.5
143.0
80.2
n.a.

477.6
222.6
1,745.2
252.3
14.6
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

81.4
76.2
225.4
n.a.

83.8
73.9
239.8
n.a.

87.1
69.0
256.3
n.a.

92.3
68.0
257.0
n.a.

94.7
68.3
260.4
n.a.

96.8
68.6
270.1
n.a.

98.5
70.4
267.3
n.a.

101,1
n.a.
287.6
n.a.

Qi |

7 Nonmarketable '
8
State and local government series
9
Foreign issues2
10
Government
11
Public
12
Savings bonds and notes
13 Government account series^

.

14 Non-interest-b taring debt

.
••

Q2

|

4

By holder
15 U S Treasury and other federal agencies and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks
17 Private investors
••
18 Commercial banks
19 Money market funds
20 Insurance companies
2 1 Other compiinies
22
State and local governments ,
Individuals
23
Savings bonds
24 Other securities
,
25 Foreign and international5
6
26 Other miscellaneous investors




596

670

89

29. U.S* government securities dealers, 1987
A. Transactions1
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Item
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

Jan,

1 U.S. Treasury securities . ,
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

91,219

105,054

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

96,120

75,164

2

112,322 125,073 102,208 138,105 116,787 110,412

108,375 139,785

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1=5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

45,089
3,059
24,698
23,965
15,511

49,130
2,822
30,420
24,460
18,242

37,008
2,650
24,318
22,461
15,772

50,547
3,190
29,133
31,514
23,721

36,945
3,080
31,155
23,143
22,464

35,328
3,447
26,529
27,543
17,565

32,612
3,582
22,159
19,425
13,441

35,741
2,939
28,409
20,436
17,529

35,*>65
2,992
27,418
26,000
16,201

41,398
4,463
41,338
34,193
18,392

30,302
4,071
28,642
19,238
13,867

25,230
2,965
20,802
15^795
10,372

By type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers
U.S. government securities brokers
All others3
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

3,497
60,528
48,297
21,439
6,110
3,369
19,367

4,174
68,799
52,099
22,938
4,796
3,292
16,669

3,555
53,197
45,455
19,283
3,590
2,901
15,777

3,176
79,168
55,760
19,473
4,963
3,459
17,931

2,874
63,774
50,138
17,781
3,915
2,761
18,380

2,923
59,499
47,989
16,952
3,975
2,725
17,243

2,483
49,579
39,157
16,236
3,941
3,153
17,882

3,137
58,067
43,849
16,088
3,495
2,771
15,606

2,570
64^56
41,-148
15,804
3,143
2,&08
16,150

2,778
82,453
54,553
18,714
4,931
3,361
19,394

1,974
55,495
38,649
17,953
3,364
2,725
16,005

2,096
43,456
29,613
14,379
3,019
2,259
15,163

2,891
6,934
0

4,914
8,186
0

3,594
6,900
9

3,608
11,982
1

4,149
10,399
6

2,832
8,028
8

2,091
6,826
6

2,787
8,988
10

2j 54
11,983
1

4,056
11,474
8

2,773
8,485
2

2,342
7,379
5

2,054
10,707

4,038
11,567

1,963
9,578

2,754
14,696

2,651
10,439

1,872
8,606

822
8,568

1,694
8,464

793
8,305

2,495
7,676

2,117
7,172

1,095
5,702

FUTURES CONTRACTS"
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS5
17 U.S. Treasury securities .
18 Federal agency securities

Week ending Wednesday

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

Mar. 11

Mar IB

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY2
89,030

103,646

102,653

90,048

102,658

104,962

107,240

115,194

84,571

82,652

76,777

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years . . . .

44,153
3,695
20,943
20,239
12,140

49,474
3,141
25,139
25,893
16,812

49,370
2,855
27,577
22,851
14,998

38,189
2,455
23,975
25,429
17,065

46,042
3,485
29,318
23,813
14,141

46,538
2,771
29,324
26,330
19,994

55,554
2,637
30,593
18,456
17,690

53,630
2,646
33,255
25,662
20,282

33,425
2,752
22,338
26,056
17,476

36,460
2,918
21,992
21,282
14,751

38.771
2,487
17,927
17,593
12,195

By type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers
U.S. government securities brokers
All others3
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

3,464
53,339
44,367
11,275
5,408
3,886
22,515

2,830
65,387
52,240
12,827
5,867
3,494
17,908

4,492
61,232
51,927
17,653
6,013
3,361
20,212

2,999
59,733
44,380
16,839
6,943
2,707
17,282

4,731
63,632
48,434
11,968
5,223
3,426
18,605

3,299
71,211
50,444
12,745
5,042
2,754
14,812

4,611
69,601
50,717
16,565
5,209
3,458
17,272

3,723
72,624
59,127
19,944
4,830
16,691

3,897
53,445
44,704
12,821
3,600
3,306
17,924

2,942
50,338
44,123
10,799
3,899
3,135
16,326

3,085
45,782
40,105
15,667
3,955
2,858
17,456

2,162
5,551
0

2,785
8,018
0

2,851
6,954
0

3,106
7,367
0

4,091
5,880
0

2,943
9,976
0

3,862
7,208
0

8,022
8,243
0

5,319
8,268
0

4,870
7,364
39

2,442
5,340
0

1,079
7,381

2,107
11,831

2,862
15,903

1,927
9,907

3,622
7,549

7,156
12,632

2,254
14,382

3,405
11,582

1,426
7,703

1,665
9,397

1,270
12,105

1 U.S. Treasury securities . . .
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

3,731

FUTURES CONTRACTS4
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONSS
17 U.S. Treasury securities .
18 Federal agency securities

90



29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1987—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY2
87,120

109,817

97,259

131,568

117,669

111,337

93,670

88,422

99,334

97,380

103,812

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 vear
1-5 years . . . t
5-10 years
Over 10 years

34,166
2,218
30,170
20,567
14,563

44,647
3,041
30,703
31,426
22,338

45,891
2,917
23,918
24,534
19,400

58,486
2,947
31,976
38,160
26,182

52,958
3,262
30,550
30,898
24,647

45,996
3,485
29,553
32,303
24,180

38,224
2,720
28,959
23,767
19,237

33,972
3,629
27,614
23,207
29,423

39,380
3,070
35,945
20,938
22,015

37,582
3,048
33,141
23,609
20,492

39,400
3,376
28,931
32,105
21,908

By type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers . . . .
U.S. government securities brokers . . . .
All others3
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
..

3,357
51,619
46,707
12,098
3,242
2,509
15,056

5,091
72,505
54,558
11,819
3,584
2,971
14,019

3,081
63,800
49,777
10,327
4,568
3,356
16,976

3,142
93,285
61,323
15,870
5,547
3,861
15,438

2,678
80,991
58,647
15,943
5,368
3,605
21,206

3,134
79,177
53,204
10,765
4,462
3,192
18,697

3,018
63,328
46,560
12,904
3,660
2,478
19,519

3,128
66,279
48,438
10,276
3,320
2,534
15,443

2,946
65,540
52,863
13,360
3,896
2,999
19,638

2,106
61,691
54,074
14,475
4,769
3,033
18,582

3,862
68,555
53,302
11,441
4,593
2,931
19,223

3,236
4,871
0

2,872
10,171
0

2,544
10,063
0

4,428
12,969
3

4,271
11,497
0

3,092
13,082
0

4,171
11,474
0

4,000
9,683
0

3,891
11,789
0

5,456
9,544
13

4,685
11,481
28

3,111
9,928

2,256
8,110

2,055
11,755

2,005
20,093

4,623
18,415

2,494
10,665

3,415
8,612

2,679
9,487

2,273
13,389

2,534
12,664

2,837
6,938

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

89,583

91,230

85,492

97,156

81,752

79,672

71,385

67,724

101,300

80,194

89,580

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

40,990
2,970
22,812
22,812
15,364

33,840
4,347
24,591
28,452
16,998

26,892
2,585
30,199
25,817
18,169

37,870
4,052
26,547
28,686
15,078

36,496
3,854
21,319
20,083
12,586

33,503
3,425
22,041
20,703
14,636

26,726
2,851
21,387
20,421
13,921

26,131
4,050
19,460
18,083
13,841

51,306
3,588
27,463
18,942
13,457

33,078
2,927
23,747
20,442
14,487

33,083
2,960
32,212
21,325
27,839

By type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers . . . .
U.S. government securities brokers . . . .
All others3
.
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
. ..
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

2,930
57,606
44,411
9,404
3,977
2,453
17,001

2,438
57,988
47,802
14,873
4,334
2,963
17,659

2,233
55,194
46,233
12,086
3,628
2,370
15,481

3,785
59,477
48,971
12,315
3,788
3,136
19,523

3,317
49,784
41,236
10,509
4,667
3,528
19,782

2,310
50,819
41,179
13,591
4,264
3,586
18,515

2,200
46,794
36,310
11,474
3,815
2,897
16,645

1,563
46,008
33,993
8,549
3,517
2,733
15,576

4,396
62,558
47,802
9,598
3,648
2,821
17,313

2,656
49,940
42,085
8,977
3,567
2,900
14,857

2,961
65,350
49,107
13,957
3,243
2,947
15,639

2,905
8,441
16

2,107
7,244
4

2,061
6,749
0

2,351
6,477
0

1,549
6,160
8

2,029
7,361
0

1,777
6,389
0

2,527
7,196
21

2,428
8,063
4

2,231
6,634

2,702
10,754
0

918
7,686

1,227
13,101

2,544
8,985

1,711
5,427

993
6,813

994
11,574

781
10,025

653
6,875

750
5,514

1,561
7,784

1,870
12,178

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

FUTURES CONTRACTS*
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

.

..

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS5
17 U.S Treasury .securities
18 Federal agency securities

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY2
1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

FUTURES CONTRACT^
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons . .
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS5
17 U S Treasury securities
18 Federal agency securities




91

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1987—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

I Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

78,724

104,704

101,182

91,543

72,497

95,629

99,170

100,441

149,488

136,142

31,251
2,552
29,061
15,861
13,693

40,084
2,895
33,927
27,798
16,036

41,292
2,416
29,556
27,918
17,325

34,156
3,032
26,064
28,291
17,462

25,500
2,809
20,531
23,658
15,566

38,195
3,660
31,045
22,730
13,925

34,067
3,490
31,728
29,886
15,125

33,937
3,272
34,020
29,212
14,868

51,887
4,743
50,460
42,399
24,403

45,850
5,442
48,115
36,734
19,997

2,914
51,101
38,402
10,436
3,352
2,352
14,313

3,163
70,491
47,085
11,927
3,547
2,991
16,776

2,224
71,208
45,073
9,642
3,732
2,945
15,007

2,810
65,509
40,685
14,494
3,059
2,948
16,581

1,905
53,430
32,728
10,425
2,836
2,454
15,711

3,239
62,980
43,334
9,761
3,173
2,773
16,725

2,797
68,200
43,298
12,763
4,826
3,575
20,359

2,548
70,113
42,647
10,835
4,874
3,066
17,441

2,748
102,011
69,132
16,596
4,939
3,453
20,631

2,606
91,104
62,427
16,197
5,164
3,320
18,752

2,832
8,408
0

3,930
12,489
36

3,661
13,310
0

2,498
12,885
2

1,889
11,632
0

2,926
9,618
0

1,756
9,421
0

2,605
11,839
0

7,158
13,906
2

4,072
11,903
30

2,422
8,622

1,046
6,194

909
8,352

417
10,888

503
8,481

1,369
6,146

2,056
5,884

1,226
8,611

4,273
9,771

2,089
7,055

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

107,257

86,502

76,715

77,523

72,111

70,553

68,551

70,063

49,220

36,271
5,393
39,346
26,248
14,973

30,525
3,647
29,079
23,252
22,260

28,989
3,871
29,203
14,652
12,331

29,525
4,199
25,608
18,192
9,404

28,956
4,082
21,690
17,383
11,034

29,637
3,044
21,484
16,389
10,272

24,987
2,941
20,950
19,673
14,075

25,877
2,488
24,191
17,507
11,492

19,753
3,027
17,076
9,365
5,415

2,812
72,190
47,227
15,225
4,112
3,168
18,138

2,034
63,698
43,029
13,148
3,782
2,482
15,780

1,459
' 51,912
35,673
13,764
3,130
2,734
17,460

2,366
47,512
37,047
13,763
3,143
2,997
15,952

2,049
47,293
33,802
11,855
3,524
2,409
15,373

1,792
49,025
30,008
11,520
3,125
2,664
16,216

2,052
48,978
31,595
11,780
2,945
2,185
16,732

2,895
46,311
32,350
10,539
2,879
1,938
14,625

1,775
28,602
24,257
9,583
2,819
1,804
11,229

3,464
9,915
8

2,321
10,934
3

2,410
6,314
0

3,226
7,719
0

3,570
8,427
0

2,652
8,367
1

3,363
9,157
1

1,451
7,568
0

1,708
3,993
25

2,722
6,782

2,316
9,137

2,832
8,496

1,442
5,872

1,262
4,023

934
6,023

1,183
8,136

1,625
6,268

360
3,354

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 2
1 U.S. Treasury securities
By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5=10 years
Over 10 years

2
3
4
5
6

By type of customer
7 U.S. government securities dealers . . . .
8 U.S. government securities brokers . . . .
9 All others3
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper
FUTURES CONTRACTS4
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONSS
17 U.S. Treasury securities
18 Federal agency securities

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY2
1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5—10 years
Over 10 years

By type of customer
7 U S government securities dealers
8 U.S. government securities brokers
9 All others3
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper
FUTURES CONTRACTS'*
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons .
16 Federal agency securities

:
...

FORWARD TRANSACTIONSS
17 U,S Treasury securities
18 Federal agency securities

92



29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1987—Continued
B. Positions1
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

Jan.

Item
NET IMMEDIATE

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years . .
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

-8,869 - 10,693 -23,337 -15,250

-6,452

-8,657

7,270
-611
-4,732
-8,759
-8,417

5,668
-564
2,190
= 6,208
-7,539

2,506
-564
785
-3,565
-7,819

Oct.

2

..

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
..

13,180

6,040

7,840

...

13,389
3,462
9,204
-7,180
-5,695

7,348
3,709
7,399
-5,890
-6,526

7,068
3,513
7,451
-5,207
-4,986

-780
3,126
2,521
-5,944
-5,836

-5,944
3,534
1,072
-7,662
-4,469

2,239
2,106
371
-7,527
-5,197

5,039
1,263
-2,329
-7,000
-5,843

...

31,240
9,439
4,756
9,973

32,047
9,671
4,934
9,215

33,289
8,615
5,015
8,954

32,861
8,502
3,694
6,258

32,760
8,996
3,712
6,588

32,014
8,612
3,777
7,202

33,180
7,417
3,141
6,462

33,311
7,862
3,444
5,800

33,675
7,967
3,014
6,388

34,126
7,537
2,879
7,426

29,108
6,820
3,151
7,729

25,314
6,815
2,409
7,953

- 15,245 -13,447 -10,810
6,670
4,311
5,226
-94
-98
-92

-5,004
3,933
-95

1,823
2,620
-98

-583
3,184
-100

910
6,195
-96

-2,013
6,275
-95

-203
7,295
-96

2,492
8,807
-100

1,155
9,166
-90

450
8,179
-84

-6,914 -13,469 -8,008

5,600
2,404
465
-760
-6,009 -10,137
-5,729 -8,100
-5,020 -6,745

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
...
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
354 -2,151 -2,386 -4,271
-921 -1,759 -1,873
-191
66
179
66 -1,641
- 16,647 - 16,392 - 16,698 -15,768 -20,339 -19,241 -20,187 -22,436 -21,804 -22,781 -18,489 -15,024

14 U.S. Treasury securities
15 Federal agency securities

Week ending Wednesday

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

Mar. 11 Mar. 18

Mar. 25

NET IMMEDIATE2

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

By maturity
Bills . . .
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

10,420

...

.

..

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit .
Bankers acceptances
Commercial pat>er

17,100

15,392

10,934
3,343
7,819
-6,824
-4,852

13,125
3,062
7,857
-6,543
-5,341

17,729
3,424
8,365
-7,104
-5,315

13,895
3,803
11,940
-7,991
-6,255

29,533
9,187
4,508
8,716

,.

12,161

30,912
8,610
3,930
8,726

33,432
9,814
4,928
10,769

31,730
9,795
5,370
10,906

1,804

3,777

8,355

16,717

9,158

9,974

3,496

5,055
8,578
4,121
4,329
9,151
8,231
-8,351 -8,626
-7,914 -7,186

7,146
3,439
4,952
-5,666
-6,094

8,264
3,233
6,030
-3,532
-5,639

9,454
3,683
10,997
-2,165
-5,252

8,471
4,103
7,138
-5,633
-4,921

9,677
3,379
7,497
-5,571
-5,008

6,921
3,377
5,075
-6,678
-5,199

31,915
9,725
4,740
9,603

33,953
10,093
5,396
8,088

32,163
9,516
4,862
8,639

32,237
8,610
4,633
9,626

32,735
8,444
5,474
9,147

34,721
9,032
5,610
9,325

33,751
8,804
4,856
9,046

5,585

29,463
10,163
5,278
11,335

FuTURiis POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

....

-15,233 -15,641 -16,578 - 14,340 -13,622 -13,023 - 12,270 -13,855 -13,834 - 10,926 -11,060 - 10,739
6,377
6,958
7,078
7,342
6,393
4,330
4,797
4,401
4,099
4,144
4,275
4,379
-94
-93
-93
-93
-92
-92
-97
-97
-92
-95
-95
-99

FORWAIU) POSITIONS
1,874
-356 -2,959 -2,603 -1,931 -1,781
824
968
2,417
416
-1,315 -1,539
-13,678 -18,489 - 19,093 - 16,036 -15,549 -18,971 -18,606 -13,629 -12,989 -15,578 - 19,475 -17,911

14 U.S. Treasury securities
15 Federal agency securities

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

NET IMMEDIATE2

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years . .
Over 10 years

.

2,814

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper . . . .

-3,426

-9,246 -16,813 -19,046 -11,852 -14,116 -11,022

499
2,712
7,968
-3,682
-4,682

4,168
3,366
3,120
-3,657
-5,023

2,483
3,171
2,182
-5,139
-6,122

-2,399
3,354
2,518
-6,608
-6,111

-6,448
2,805
2,232
-8,798
-6,604

-8,010
3,669
-40
-9,057
-5,607

-5,114
3,344
1,427
-6,858
-4,651

-6,178
3,654
-389
-6,967
-4,236

32,233
8,059
4,003
7,159

....

1,974

31,463
8,287
4,503
5,492

35,650
8,550
3,787
6,674

34,055
8,295
3,469
6,351

31,395
8,818
3,154
6,448

30,648
8,836
3,089
6,762

32,498
8,972
4,181
6,550

-8,708
4,413
-98

-5,971
4,731
-98

-6,336
3,822
-90

-4,194
3,761
-98

-3,465
3,593
-96

-720
3,529
-98

1,310
2,541
-98

-9,361

-7,603

-6,630

-6,020
3,496
3,489
-8,555
-3,433

-1,851
2,980
899
-6,797
-4,592

2,021
2,432
199
-7,288
-4,967

3,501
1,671
677
-7,827
-4,653

35,342
8,946
4,019
6,710

32,688
9,153
3,503
6,278

31,245
9,101
3,258
7,429

32,370
9,125
3,658
7,299

33,295
8,677
3,883
7,653

2,293
2,587
-98

3,716
2,183
-98

1,251
2,577
-99

127
2,645
-107

-1,170
2,536
-99

FUTURES POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
.
13 Federal agencv securities

....

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S Treasury securities
15 Federal agency securities




..

-483 -1,280
-1,766 -1,008 -1,920 -3,791 -2,996 -3,784 -3,887 -5,519 -4,789 -1,761
-15,623 -14,151 - 16,446 -17,186 -15,367 - 17,688 -20,669 -22,789 -20,311 -18,414 - 19,849 -20,461

93

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1987—Continued
B, Positions1—Continued
Average of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity

June 24

July 1

JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

-9,671

-7,512

-3,330

-4,151

-8,315

-15,566

3,411
1,996
-1,627
-8,115
-5,336

1,953
1,508
2,463
-7,185
-6,251

7,359
1,835
389
-6,799
-6,114

8,860
1,201
-1,060
-6,916
-6,235

6,244
1,497
-3,393
-6,799
-5,863

31,672
8,284
3,949
6,785

31,002
7,933
3,916
6,667

32,074
7,492
3,915
6,673

34,430
7,602
3,272
6,338

-1,508
3,766
-99

-45
4,137
-96

2,026
4,960
-96

-600
-19,443

-1,005
-17,725

-12,303

-9,220

-6,050

-13,962

658
1,228
-4,938
-7,271
-5,243

3,436
386
-3,304
-7,182
-5,638

8,124
336
-3,022
-7,880
-6,779

7,301
814
-4,851
= 4,418
-4,896

- ;;o,649

35,128
7,266
2,915
6,125

31,817
7,102
2,689
6,393

32,315
7,994
3,083
6,993

33,540
7,969
3,935
5,958

34,712
7,943
3,823
5,081

33,490
7,606
3,053
5,100

1,297
5,630
-96

629
6,684
-96

90
7,326
-96

99
7,005
-93

-2,475
6,184
-96

-3,635
5,698
-96

-2,826
5,617
»96

-1,486
-19,285

-1,433
-21,431

-1,666
-21,718

-2,419
-18,837

-1,962
-20,081

-1,881
-22,382

-1,753
-24,657

-1,768
-22,450

Sept. 9

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

-22,340

-21,950

-23,516

-28,447

-20,236

-19,575

-17,963

-6,987

1,311
-565
-8,577
-4,333
-3,972

1,066
-702
-9,211
-7,577
-5,918

4,213
-504
- 10,452
-8,295
-6,912

4,318
-979
-10,413
-8,818
-7,624

-423
-825
- 10,856
-9,043
-7,300

3,783
-820
-8,688
-7,571
-6,941

4,045
-795
-8,473
-7,302
-7,050

7,228
-662
-6,577
-8,924
-9,028

12,580
-328
1,213
-10,411
- 10,041

30,872
7,831
3,097
6,673

32,594
8,072
3,170
6,854

35,068
7,985
3,115
7,025

34,659
7,986
2,719
5,779

33,328
7,859
2,799
5,821

32,282
7,618
3,243
6,170

34,947
7,466
2,760
6,154

36,279
7,223
2,282
7,317

34,408
7,714
2,950
9,299

768
7,822
-96

-363
8,021
-96

44
7,663
-96

-1,147
7,257
-96

222
6,085
-96

1,527
7,474
-96

2,319
8,903
= 96

3,S25
10,028
-104

2,320
8,815
- 105

-2,007
-20,585

-628
-21,536

181
-22,714

31
-22,271

240
-21,092

873
-22,471

-446
-23,355

-1,736
-23,511

904
-22,908

Nov. 4

7
8
9
10

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
..
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Aug. 26

-16,136

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec, 30

-7,968

-4,648

-8,414

-5,133

-5,082

-7,220

-11,431

-9,962

-7,310

9,612
-176
2,045
-10,173
-9,277

7,399
-333
-3,846
-7,899
-7,662

4,271
-851
893
-5,516
-7,211

4,387
-613
2,769
-4,618
-7,058

4,259
-1,022
948
-2,773
-6,493

-3,146
-310
55
-2,748
-7,363

1,465
83
-1,439
-3,374
-8,166

2,774
-449
-876
-3,619
-7,792

1,529
-1,238
5.486
-4.695
-8,392

30,408
7,475
3,298
8,568

29,694
7,008
3,377
8,891

30,537
6,846
3,168
7,967

27,615
6,662
3,066
6,564

27,026
6,089
2,649
7,166

28,341
6,056
2,546
7,586

26,485
6,460
1,984
7,514

23 Ml
7,106
2,235
7,821

22,226
7,844
2,838
9,095

2,027
8,676
-98

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6

Aug. 19

Sept. 2

NET IMMEDIATE

Aug. 12

1,042
9,153
-92

1,241
9,479
-88

594
9,334
-88

1,837
8,560
-88

1,627
8,260
-88

829
9,351
-93

141
7,136
-97

-1,354
7,709
-72!

1,570
= 20,136

2,256
-20,105

-114
-19,621

-1,576
- 16,262

-2,187
-16,176

-1,851
-17,173

-2,225
- 16,088

-1,737
-13,542

315
-12,499

2

..

...

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

4,598
715

-4,904
-3,722

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities . .
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. Treasury securities
15 Federal agency securities

.

NET IMMEDIATE

...

2

1 U.S. Treasury securities
2
3
4
5
6

By maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years . . . . .

7
8
9
10

.

..
..

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

,

FUTURES POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities .
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. Treasury securities . . .
15 Federal agency securities

NET IMMEDIATE 2

1 U.S. Treasury securities
By maturity
2 Bills ,
..
3 Other within 1 year
4 1—5 years

5 5-10 years .
6 Over 10 years
7
8
9
10

.

.

. . .

..

....

Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
FUTURES POSITIONS

1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

...

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S Treasury securities .
15 Federal agency securities

94



.

....
..

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1987—Continued
C. Financing1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Source

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2

131,592 128,668 127,183 129,443 122,078 100,701 124,938 128,059 139,783 131,194 117,696 116,153
126,179 132,531 130,489 133,833 151,163 149,724 150,323 160,684 164,707 164,441 164,332 147,995

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term
,
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

175,858 174,370 177,021 176,340 165,707 172,523 168,870 174,219 182,494 177,013 152,504 153,155
115,452 115,522 112,078 108,841 124,599 121,818 120,198 127,429 125,741 123,372 138,724 117,991

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

Jan. 7

Jan. 14 Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Mar. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 18

2

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

129,183 130,627 128,525 140,251 126,044 128,948 131,738 125,240 132,801 130,357 121,665
115,555 128,658 125,274 130,895 137,017 148,624 122,442 126,149 126,745 130,403 135,051

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term
REPURC HASE AGREEMENTS3

163,641 175,674 177,665 188,496 170,746 170,489 176,452 174,867 183,061 178,807 174,001
111,563 115,342 114,066 119,064 119,890 131,038 105,108 109,751 110,638 112,738 114,607

3 Overnight and cortinuing
4 Term
,

Mar. 25 [ Apr. 1 [ Apr. 8 | Apr. 15 [ Apr. 22 [ Apr. 29 [ May 6 | May 13 | May 20 | May 27 [ June 3
REVERSE Ri PURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

119,814 135,111 128,410 129,370 134,383 125,916 122,241 116,064 120,745 124,737 133,473
130,769 127,349 124,115 121,485 138,459 149,607 148,645 154,191 152,715 150,494 146,424

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

172,241 180,009 174,398 175,298 186,887 170,842 162,337 154,942 167,444 173,210 176,256
114,914 105,626 104,632 100,894 105,821 122,608 119,105 131,012 124,198 124,105 121,793

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

June 10 | June 17 | June 24 [ July 1 [ July 8 | July 15 | July 22 July 29 [ Aug. 5 Aug. IZJAug. 19
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

12,896 127,070 121,960 126,344 113,887 124,534 125,703 133,211 130,281 125,398 130,403
148,810 150,742 155,400 144,974 143,952 149,616 149,427 156,483 157,532 164,936 151,459

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

170,800 173,969 167,972 175,758 165,780 170,584 168,703 166,552 175,074 170,987 177,641
123,862 122,389 126,369 112,881 110,193 117,249 123,135 129,083 126,690 131,989 116,343

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

Aug. 26 [ Sept. 2 | Sept. 9 | Sept. 16 [ Sept. 23 [ Sept. 30 | Oct. 7 | Oct. 14 | Oct. 21 | Qct.28
2

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

124,114 132,940
164,655 165,511

136,435
157,466

138,427
171,083

142,866
175,666

144,143
154,291

135,485
161,075

131,605
160,506

133,620
163,829

181,265
124,585

182,178
118,147

185,369
127,491

183,644
137,504

179,279
120,288

178,623
121,016

175,346
117,922

181,217 175,048
122,567 131,033

Nov. 4

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16 Dec. 23

Dec. 30

124,236
166,221

117,222
172,200

123,854
152,539

104,595 123,520
171,382 157,236

115,152
155,434

118,765
149,986

104,065
152,707

121,267
130,567

171,557
125,755

145,276
158,025

168,842
115,348

121,826
160,968

155,276
120,004

160,361
115,304

139,139
127,296

149,481
108,767

126,850
171,642

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

169,287
136,105

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing .
2 Term
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing .
4 Term




169,401
121,414

95

30* Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1987
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Agency
1 Federal and federally
sponsored agencies

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

305,114 305,603 305,033 306,909 308,547 310,807 313,859 316,940 321,097 328,990 334,300 341,386

2 Federal agencies
37 041 37 073 36660 36,531 36,587 36,968 36,963 37,845 n 177
27
24
23
21
32
20
18
16
3 Defense Department1
15
4 Export- Import Bank2'3
14 211 14 211 13 813 13 813 13,813 13 416 13,416 13 416 12 650
4
175
174
5 Federal Housing Administration . . .
147
158
165
168
136
169
178
6 Government National
Mortgage Association
1,965
2,165
2 165
1,965
1,965
1,965
participation certificates^ . ,
2 165
1,965
1,965
3 104
3 104
3 104
3 104
3 104
3 718
3 718
4 603
7 Postal Service6
4 603
17,308 17,334 17,311 17,376 17,431 17,595 17,586 17,586 17,766
8 Tennessee Valley Authority .
85
85
85
85
85
9 United States Railway Association6 .
85
85
85
0
10 Federally sponsored agencies7
268 073 268 530 266 948 270 378 271,960 273 839 276,896 279095 713 920
90225 91,313 92087 94,606 95,931 99,680 100,976 102,422 K4.380
1 1 Federal Home Loan Banks . .
12 Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corporation
13 492 13 847 13 074 14,850 14,637 12,097 12,309 14,150 14 949
13 Federal National Mortgage
92 588 91 522 91 618 89 741 90,514 91 039 91,637 91 568 92 618
Association
59,984 59,367 57,613 57,251 56,648 56,601 55,715 55,408 55,584
14 Farm Credit Banks
15 Student Loan Marketing
11 784 12,481 12556 13,930 14,230 14,422 16,259 15,547 16 389
Association^
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
16 Financing Corporation9
n a.
MEMO
17 Federal Financing Bank debt10

Nov.

37 207
15
12 470
182

37 303
15
12 470
182

37 981
13
U 978
183

1,965
1 965
1 615
4 603
4 603
6 103
17,972 18,068 18,089
0
0
0
291 783 296 997 303 405
108,108 111 185 115 725
16 703

17 762

17 645

94 298
55,854

95 096
55 584

97 057
55 275

16220
600

16 125
1 200

16,503
1,200

157,650 157,724 157,012 157,177 157,331 157,506 157,302 158,117 157,250 156,919 156,850 152,417

Lending to federal and federally
sponsored agencies
18 Export-Import 6Bank3

Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Association8 . .
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association6 . . .

14,205
2 854
4,970
15 928
85

14,205
2 854
4,970
15 954
85

13,807
2 854
4,970
15 931
85

13,807
2 854
4,970
15 996
85

13,807
2 854
4,970
16051
85

13,410
3 468
4,970
16 215
85

13,410
3,468
4,970
16,206
85

13,410
4 353
4,970
16 206
85

12,644
4 353
4,940
16 386
0

12,464
4 353
4,940
16 592
0

12 464
4 353
4,940
16 688
0

1 1 ,972
5 853
4,940
16 709
0

Other lending
23 Farmers Home Administration
24 Rural Electrification Administration . . ,
25 Other

65,374
21,719
32 515

65,374
21,749
32 533

65,224
21,473
32 668

65,254
21,487
32 724

65,304
21,525
32 735

65,199
21,539
32 620

65,049
21,529
32 585

65,069
21,503
32 521

6! ,009
21,197
32 721

64,934
21,226
32 410

64,934
21,215
32 256

59,674
21,191
12 070

19
20
21
22

31. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments, 1987
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use
1 AH issues, new and refunding1
Type of issue

2 General obligation
3 Revenue

Year ^ J a n 7 [ Feb. [ Mar. [ Apr. [ M a y j j u n e [ July I Aug. | Sept. | Oct. | Nov. [ Dee.
102,407

7,388 9,1% 15,547 8,081 6,923 11,261 7,876

6,7*0 5,819 6,821 8,320

8,385

30,589
71,818

1,073 3,655 3,933 3,680 2,885
6,315 5,541 11,614 4,401 4,038

3,511 2,437 2,00!> 1,691 1,248 2,472 1,995
7,750 5,439 4,78] 4,128 5,573 5,848 6,390

4 State
5 Special district and statutory authority2
6 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts

10,102
65,460

153 1,365 1,217 2,084
997
5,299 6,022 10,887 3,949 3,813

1,113
819
40*
580
385
431
6,675 4,565 4,679 3,920 5,128 5,076

26,845

1,936 1,809 3,443 2,048 2,113

3,473

7 Issues for new capital, total

56,789

1,781 2,835

7,834 4,676 5,108 4,531 4,498 6,626

Type of issuer

8
9
10
11
12
13

Use of proceeds

Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes

96



9,525
3,677
7,912
11,107
6,551
18,020

399
107
480
349
174
272

4,699 3,875 4,413

412
657
144
76
420
644
964
514
487
99
1,022 2,095

683
813
224
217
414
672
948 1,161
193
149
1,413 1,401

1,551
732
1,422
1,140
362
2,627

2,492

1,703

550
5,447

1,319 1,308 2,813 2,388

682
825
879
657
226
313
774
445
555
497
817
825
562 1,594
489
1,361 1,147 1,667

690
175
615
949
815
1,254

1,002 931!
351
455
1,094 377
1,664 1,278
330 1,297
2,185 1,575

32. New security issues of U.S. corporations
Millions of dollars

1983
Type of issue or issuer, or use
Year
1

1 AH issues . . .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

128,289

9,485

8,900

12,509

11,315

11,963

8,534

6,935

6,324

7,522

7,477

9,145

7,054

2 Bonds2

76,710

6,345

4,248

6,098

6,862

7,491

2,613

3,011

2,930

3,819

3,635

5,117

3,415

Type of offering
3 Public domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3. .
5 Sold abroad

47,244
21,126
8,340

4,677
977
1,668

3,911
604
337

5,292
1,066
806

6,038
2,329
824

6,937
2,329
824

2,092
2,377
521

2,405
1,897
606

2,568
1,377
362

2,897
2,112
922

3,016
2,237
619

4,104
1,152
1,013

3,307
3,130
108

1,065

179

230

380

803

135

485

Industry group
6 Manufacturing . . .
7 Commercial and
miscellaneous
8 Transportation .
9 Public utility
10 Communication
.
1 1 Real estate and financial . . .

19,470

1,821

710

1,005

1,397

2,251

8,584
3,918
9,395
3,889
31,452

788
31
313
0
3,393

330
250
763
0
2195

511
0
1,050
650
2,882

1,164
175
970
725
2,430

1,085
135
1,150
503
2,366

257
119
383
250
538

258
147
322
896
1,209

458
50
355
76
1,762

755
0
665
210
1,808

173
0
510
50
2,099

222
111
910
0
3,738

229
106
120
46
2,430

12 Stocks2

51,579

3,140

4,652

6,411

4,453

4,472

5,921

3,924

3,394

3,703

3,842

4,028

3,639

Type of offering
13 Public preferred
14 Common
15 Private placement1

7,213
44,366
n.a.

594
2,546
n.a.

1,962
2,690
n.a.

893
5,518
n.a.

440
4,013
n.a.

492
3,980
n.a.

665
5,256
n.a.

290
3,634
n.a.

247
3,147
n.a.

644
3,059
n.a,

300
3,542
n.a.

433
3,595
n.a.

253
3,386
n.a.

14,135

888

1,038

1,654

1,424

1,545

2,449

1,015

1,309

962

744

458

649

922
221
264
8
1,512

1,415
337
72
20
1,065

743
145
263
236
698

997
165
200
0
1,379

868
305
588
36
1,301

1,598
192
622
13
1,145

852
413
245
12
1,468

Industry group
16 Manufacturing
17 Commercial and
miscellaneou s
18 Transportation
19 Public utility
20 Communication
21 Real estate and financial . . .

13,112
2,729
5,001
1,822
4,780

994
355
350
187
366

646
283
534
2
2,149

1,225
91
674
1,133
1,634

1,494
113
639
37
746

155,741

9,350

8,665

7,213

7,831

4,379

8,512

8,348

13,358

11,405

14,974

16,174

9,208

133,113

7,307

6,286

5,117

6,046

2,570

6,291

7,016

11,304

9,872

13,027

13,767

8,186

74,175
36,234
22,613

5,698
3,027
1,609

5,328
3,027
958

3,370
3,027
1,747

4,290
3,027
1,756

2,264
3,027
306

5,180
3,027
1,111

6,357
3,027
659

8,863
3,027
2,442

6,225
3,027
3,647

10,531
3,027
2,496

10,143
3,027
3,624

5,926
3,027
2,260

1,358
109
550
138
1,317

1984
1 AH issues1 .
2

2 Bonds

...

Type of offering
3 Public domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3. .
5 Sold abroad
Industry group
6 Manufacturing
7 Commercial and
miscellaneous
8 Transportation
9 Public utility
10 Communication
1 1 Real estate and financial . . .

Type of offering
13 Public preferred
14 Common .
15 Private placement3

..

Industry group
16 Manufacturing
17 Commercial and
miscellaneous
18 Transportation
19 Public utility
20 Communication
21 Real estate and financial . , .




517

1,122

1,244

1,278

1,628

1,254

3,215

2,995

3,721

2,949

2,145

14,792
4,784
10,996
3,400
66,336

1,307
10
325
210
4,938

650
75
385
0
4,054

265
180
621
200
2,606

1,098
69
495
175
2,931

221
0
100
0
1,682

676
275
475
0
3,237

875
40
650
31
4,166

776
183
765
0
6,365

901
240
818
81
4,836

988
161
1,150
240
6,767

1,349
19
712
1,557
5,367

705
110
575
316
4,334

22,628

12 Stocks2

32,804

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
n.a.

305
1,738
n.a.

425
1,954
n.a.

227
1,869
n.a.

339
1,446
n.a.

579
1,230
n.a.

244
1,977
n.a.

209
1,123
n.a.

334
1,720
n.a.

155
1,378
n.a.

555
1,392
n.a.

655
1,752
n.a.

91
931
n.a.

4,054

427

299

387

165

442

584

204

258

212

712

227

137

6,277
589
1,624
419
9,665

465
54
225
30
842

616
15
45
20
1,384

486
105
134
18
966

732
62
188
94
544

718
84
116
16
433

316
1
282
11
1,027

382
28
136
0
582

558
0
44
123
1,071

378
87
92
9
755

489
16
146
69
515

1,025
66
150
3
936

112
71
66
26
610

567

97

32. New security issues of U.S. corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1985
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

239,015

12,504

9,452

15,257

14,717

14,644

21,651

14,101

19,323

13,354

18,720

17,787

21,206

203,500

10,949

6,736

12,893

11,777

11,486

17,911

10,894

15,927

110,982

16,396

15,132

16,217

Type of offering
119 559
3 Public domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3. . . . 46,200
5 Sold abroad
, , . 37,781

5 864
3,850
5,109

4 101
3S850
2,635

11,666
3,850
1,227

9 007
3,850
2,770

9 887
3,850
1,599

15,507
3,850
2,404

8 835
3,850
2,059

11 465
3,850
4,462

8 783
3,850
2,199

9,271
3,850
7,125

10 863
3,850
4,281

14 110
3,850
1,911

63 973

2 593

2,183

5,971

2 228

1,815

8,746

3,437

3,799

2,844

4,184

4939

1 732

17 066
6,020
13 649
10 832
91,958

490
297
459
475
6,635

729
30
80
353
3,362

944
130
500
300
5,048

1 317
334
860
100
6,939

683
457
1 236
150
7,145

1,029
569
685
175
6,707

1,832
76
434
110
5,005

1,021
459
857
1,345
8,446

372
177
1,158
367
6,064

1,294
348
1,014
766
8,790

1 128
195
1 114
100
7,656

735
237
1 165
2,318
8,031

12 Stocks2

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

Type of offering
13 Public, preferred .
14 Common
15 Private placement3

6 505
29,010
n.a.

170
1,385
n.a.

218
2,498
n.a.

311
2,053
n.a.

312
2,628
n.a.

634
2,524
n.a.

726
3,014
n.a.

631
2,576
n.a.

754
2,642
n.a.

653
1,818
n.a.

406
1,918
n.a.

782
1,871
n.a,

<X)8
4,081
ra.a.

5 700

172

229

224

283

504

558

605

235

820

279

746

1 045

9 149
1 544
1 966
978
16,178

234
0
225
271
653

760
153
283
101
1,190

472
32
197
15
1,424

1 019
522
157
5
954

624
33
185
119
1,693

1 453
236
91
151
1,251

568
0
87
99
1,848

1 293
127
73
18
1,650

507
107
47
7
983

403
113
408
41
1,080

596
21
12
5
1,275

1 220
200
201
146
2,177

423,726

21,400

28,139

33,916

40,857

21,748

28,718

23,845

27,350

J 9,637

31,891

31,655

27,206

15,234

23,698

19,518

21,586

36,374

26,785

25,056

20,958

Year
1 All issues'
2 Bonds2

...

Industry group
6 Manufacturing
7 Commercial and
miscellaneous
8 Transportation
9 Public utility
10 Communication . . . .
1 1 Real estate and financial

Industry group
16 Manufacturing
17 Commercial and
miscellaneous
18 Transportation
19 Public utility
20 Communication
21 Real estate and financial

1986
1 All issues1
2

355,293

18,000

23,677

28,395

35,251

Type of offering
3 Public domestic
231 936
4 Private placement, domestic3 . . . 80,760
5 Sold abroad
42 596

13 693
6,730
4 307

19 469
6,730
4 208

24 923
6,730
3 472

27 883
6,730
7 368

13 050
6,730
2 184

20 756
6,730
2 942

16 366
6,730
3 152

18 481
6,730
3 105

12 830
6,730
3 544

23 470
6,730
3 315

22 095
6,730
2 961

18 920
6,730
2 038

91,548

5,817

6,038

10,911

11,106

5,029

5,619

2,855

4,915

3068

2 883

3 928

4 135

40,124
9 971
31,426
16 659
165 564

757
633
868
0
9 926

1,392
373
2,540
1,500
11 834

823
303
2,233
1,907
12 218

2,963
750
3,435
3 315
13 683

1,976
528
1,709
712
5 280

2,131
250
1,948
1,300
12 450

3,902
497
1,470
465
10 328

1,194
550
2,098
1 795
11 034

1 ,45 1
375
1,976
417
9085

1 393
170
2 591
1 255
18 492

1 621
2 587
1 158
15 762

2 412
70
2 498
775
11 0?9

12 Stocks2

68,433

3,400

4,462

5,521

5,606

6,514

5,020

4,327

5,764

3,263

5,106

6 599

6248

Type of offering
13 Public, preferred
14 Common
15 Private placement3

11 514
50 316
na

570
2 830
na

975
3 487
na

1 160
4 361
na

751
4 855
na

856
5 658
na

1 284
3 736
na

726
3 601
na

1 290
4 474
na

402
2 861
na

H17
4 289
na

1 390
5 209
nA

\ 293
4 9^>5
n <i

15 027

827

1 269

851

1 434

1 827

1 132

746

982

250

570

2 565

1 781

10,617
2427
4020
1 825
34 517

683
78
176
231
1 405

434
302
153
282
2022

607
355
357
0
3,351

910
158
165
27
2 912

953
372
346
74
2 942

421
154
406
140
2 767

917
179
305
107
2073

803
57
208
379
3 335

1 009
28
174
0
I; 802

1 271
511
410
59
2 285

535
15
218
104
3 162

709
183
873
101
2 601

2 Bonds

Industry group
6 Manufacturing
7 Commercial and
miscellaneous . ,
8 Transportation . . . . .
9 Public utility
10 Communication . . . .
1 1 Real estate and financial

Industry group
16 Manufacturing .
17 Commercial and
miscellaneous
18 Transportation . .
19 Public utility
20 Communication
21 Real estate and financial

98



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32. New security issues of U.S. corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1987

ype
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Sept.

Oct.

392,156

24,168

27,048

37,963

23,757

19,977

28,450

27,411

21,888

29,363

20,710

14,322

11,872

2 Bonds2

325,648

21,253

23,281

28,153

19,540

13,439

22,098

22,071

17,685

23,705

17 631

13 624

11 098

Type of offering
3 Public, domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3. .
5 Sold abroad . .

209,279
92,070
24 299

20,250
7,589
1 003

20,274
7,589
3 007

23,398
7,589
4 755

17,656
7,589
1 884

1 1 ,402
7,589
2 037

20,568
7,589
1 530

19,045
7,589
3 026

14 852
7,589
2 833

22 045
7,589
1 660

16 135
7,589
1 496

12 891
7,589
733

10 763
7,589
335

61 666

4 638

4 253

7 180

2 734

5 035

4 104

5 552

3 402

3 509

2 784

1 280

928

49,327
11,974
23,004
7,340
172,343

1,253
0
1,491
65
13,806

1,884
176
2,715
410
3,844

4,261
521
794
710
14,688

1,683
168
1 370
175
13,411

754
21
572
138
6,920

2,061
0
2,091
205
13,636

1,037
343
1 654
119
13,366

1 281
296
1 533
856
10,318

1 479
25
1 702
930
16,060

1 165
263
1 025
1,384
11,011

483
0
895
290
10,676

2 577
226
1 570
510
5,287

12 Stocks2

66,508

2,915

3,767

9,810

4,217

6,538

6,352

5,340

4,203

5 658

3 079

698

774

Type of offering
13 Public, preferred
14 Common
15 Private placement3

10,123
43 228
13,157

429

905
2 862
n.a.

2,257
7 553
n.a.

526

2 486
n.a.

3 691
n.a.

1 170
5 368
n.a.

1 202
5 150
n.a.

1 157
4 183
n.a.

906
3 297
n.a.

1 112
4 545
n.a.

236
2 843
n.a.

162
533

61
713

n.a.

n.a.

13 880

365

814

2 016

653

1 066

1 438

1 046

370

858

703

237

76

12 888
2,439
4 322
1,458
31,521

148
0
237
16

437
191
509
9

2 366

2 203

1 516

299
907
57
4,165

996
0
85
277
2,475

656
40
75
107

3,378

1,498

86
149
25
1
200

14
1

1,807

879
379
472
294
2,270

807
11
529
75

2,149

230
297
18
816

1 353

Year
1 AH issues1

,

Industry group
6 Manufacturing
7 Commercial and
miscellaneous .
8 Transportation
9 Public utility
10 Communication
11 Real estate and financial . . .

16
17
18
19
20
21

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and
miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
...
Real estate and financial . . .

3
374
200

3,379

492
329
199
2,541

| Aug.

Nov.

Dec.

o

11
672

33. Open-end investment companies1
Millions dollars

1986
Year
2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

| Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

411,751

32,333

27,488

33,764

37,656

31,295

30,619

35,684

32,626

34,690

37,150

33,672

44,796

2 Redemptions of own shares3 . .
3 Net sales

239,394
172 357

15,836
16 497

11,860
15,628

15,085; 21,699
18,679 15,957

16,704
14,591

18,921
11,698

21,508
14,176

20,102
12,534

21,338
13,320

20,782
16,368

20,724
12,948

34,835
9,961

4 Assets4

424,156 265,487 292,002 315,245 329,684 343,836 356,040 360,050 387,547 382,012 402,644 416,939 424,156

1 Sales of own shares

5 Cash position
6 Other

.

5

30 716 22,425 23,720 27,629 29,599 28,182 28,011 28,080 28,682 29,554 30,604 29,579 30,716
393 440 243,062 268,282 287,606 300,085 315,654 328,029 331,970 358,865 352,458 372,040 387,360 393,440

1987
1 Sales of own shares2 .

381,260

50,116

36,307

40,378

42,857

28,295

28,637

27,970

26,455

2 Redemptions of own shares
3 Net sales

314,252
67,008

26,565
23,551

21,576
14,731

24,730
15,648

37,448
5,409

23,453
4,842

23,693
4,944

22,807
5,763

22,561 28,323 34,597
3,894 -3,489 -8,607

4 Assets4

453,842 464,415 490,643 506,752 502,487 500,634 516,866 531,022 539,171 521,007 456,422 446,479 453,842

5 Cash position5
6 Other

38,006 34,098 35,279 37,090 43,009 39,158 41,467 41,587 40,802 42,397 40,929 41,432 38,006
415 836 430,317 455,364 469,662 459,478 461,476 475,099 489,435 498,369 478,610 415,493 405,047 415,836

3




24,834

25,990

21,927

26,494

20,400 28,099
1,507 - 1 ,605

99

34. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1987
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted rates
Industry1

Year

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries
Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5
Railroad
6 Air
7
Other
,.
Public utilities
8
Electric
9
Gas and other
10 Commercial and other2

,.

.

Q2

Q3

Q4

377.65

393.13

409.37

7047
70.18

68.76
72.03

71.78
75.78

7264
80.20

10 31

11 02

11 64

12 39

5.55

6.21
5 91
7.05

6 10
7 12

5.97

5,77
5 72
6.19

31 58
13.18
168 19

...

Ql

70.91
74.55

.......

374.23

5.91
6 55
6.39

.

388.60

11 34

1 Total nonfarm business

3085
12.75
160 70

31.13
12.35
164 69

31.31
13.58
169 87

33 01
1406
177 50

746

635

35. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986

1985

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

1987
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

| Q4

ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6

Accounts receivable, gross
Consumer
Business . .
Real estate
Total
LESS:
Reserves for unearned income
Reserves for losses

91,715 97 935 108,613 111,875 115 537 123,389 135,304 134,660 131 108 134 740 141 558 141 118
143,788 147,330 143,687 157,460 164,935 166,776 159,667 173,373 181,417 188,121 188,276 207,593
34,694 36473 38 028
32,580
39 502
24,600 25 876 26,327 28,048 28 953 29,810 31,035
260 ,103 271,141 278,627 297,383 309,425 319,975 326,006 340,613 347,219 359,334 367,862 388,213
33,550
4,575

.

38,012
4,631

39,184
4,890

39,963
4988

40,656
5,127

42,371
5,407

41,450
5,845

40,396
^,524

41,179
6,231

....

42,513
6,457

4S,281
6815

221,978 230 890 235 984 253,309 264 474 274,192 278,228 293,318 300 899 311 924 318,892
57,722 64,469
36,405 39,811 46,346 45,310 48,818 49,470 60,009 58,599 58,987

7 Accounts receivable net
8 All other .
....
9 Total assets

35,730
4521

336 117
58,189

258,383 270,702 282,331 298,619 313,292 323,662 338,237 351,917 359,386 369,646 383,361 394,306

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
1 1 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term . . .
1 3 Long-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits . . .
16 Total liabilities and capital

100



18,720
79,489

18 740
82,184

18,919
93,244

17,998
99,186

16,242
104,290

16,338
108,407

16,781
112,816

18,598
117,842

17/U2
119,087

17,284
120,384

15,925
124,164

16 402
128,425

13,135
77,764
36,955
32,321

12,674
85 009
38,671
33,425

12,357
85,498
38,195
34,118

12,714
13,771
94,376 102 518
41,516 43,081
32,829 33,390

15,800
106,850
40,865
35,402

16,370
111,680
45,026
35,564

17,477
117,459
44,139
36,402

21 ,753
118 1568
46,:S44
36,622

24,770
121 815
49,061
36,332

26,917
128,188
48,623
39,544

28,013
IT/ 117
52,804
31,525

258,383 270,702 282,331 298,619 313,292 323,662 338,237 351,917 359,1(86 369,646 383,361 394,306

36. Business credit of domestic finance companies
A. Accounts receivable outstanding
Millions of dollars, end of period

1985
Type

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Retail financing o.f 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

15,779

16,041

16,561

16,924

17,118

17,472

17,848

18,352

18,912

19,067

20,212

20,660

22,634

22,545

22,682

22,641

22,669

22,792

22,728

22,686

22,605

22,547

22,278

22,483

19,168
5,402
5,735

19,458
5,317
5,688

19,377
5,280
5,730

19,904
5,158
5,839

20,082
5,129
5,864

20,554
4,991
5,829

20,699
4,962
5,859

20,711
4,845
5,939

18,187
4,785
6,013

21,270
4,593
6,044

22,174
4,614
6,193

23,988
4,568
6,809

12,977
32,333

13,368
32,506

13,660
32,250

14,090
32,813

14,493
32,721

14,846
33,001

15,143
33,430

15,533
33,626

15,843
33,789

16,339
34,073

16,193
34,450

16,275
34,768

14,334
10,633

14,460
10,943

14,416
11,270

14,411
11,276

14,735
11,555

14,669
11,749

14,492
11,604

14,723
12,103

14,897
12,146

14,739
12,267

15,056
12,370

15,765
10,981

Not seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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

15,773

16,043

16,384

16,553

17,001

17,398

17,815

18,289

19,179

19,140

20,581

20,965

22,564

22,628

22,660

22,621

22,706

22,916

22,849

22,647

22,400

22,443

22,280

22,651

19,497
5,239
5,590

20,689
5,245
5,666

21,092
5,418
5,800

21,411
5,273
5,946

21,377
5,348
5,831

21,447
5,192
5,878

20,088
5,032
5,795

18,620
4,802
5,752

15,327
4,786
5,893

19,442
4,477
6,120

21,798
4,450
6,386

24,041
4,420
6,887

13,069
32,833

13,469
32,774

13,821
32,366

14,221
32,703

14,657
32,401

15,024
32,828

15,306
33,252

15,558
33,374

15,666
33,548

15,923
33,779

15,699
34,253

16,297
35,699

14,133
10,828

14,368
11,155

14,769
11,478

14,592
11,457

14,828
11,590

14,849
11,798

14,496
11,519

14,760
11,943

14,990
11,898

14,591
12,009

14,755
12,070

15,488
11,012

1986
Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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

21,456

22,019

22,662

23,202

23,799

24,377

24,897

25,460

26,204

26,136

26,511

25,952

23,851

23,620

23,759

23,622

23,442

23,360

23,228

23,287

23,310

23,262

23,202

22,950

23,512
4,582
6,932

23,725
4,616
6,904

24,692
4,690
6,938

24,859
5,030
6,945

24,800
5,003
6,980

25,351
5.051
6,925

26,030
5,052
6,921

26,812
5,067
6,946

19,905
5,101
6,951

23,937
5,180
7,017

24,423
5,244
7,107

23,419
5,423
7,079

16,400
35,231

16,677
35,296

16,857
35,536

16,992
35,545

17,109
35,813

17,063
36,125

17,332
36,202

17,482
36,423

17,930
36,628

18,270
36,633

18,350
36,392

19,783
37,833

15,292
10,941

15,400
10,989

15,547
10,905

15,527
11,104

16,292
11,163

15,087
11,388

15,545
11,421

15,831
11,651

15,806
11,921

15,932
12,141

16,053
12,623

15,959
13,568

Not seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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




21,288

21,874

22,312

22,578

23,566

24,254

24,880

25,576

26,718

26,473

27,097

26,366

23,806

23,674

23,733

23,504

23,418

23,504

23,382

23,192

23,079

23,201

23,235

23,128

23,743
4,450
6,843

25,249
4,560
6,937

27,245
4,778
7,109

27,282
5,149
7,160

27,026
5,221
7,016

27,113
5,258
6,936

25,672
5,147
6,731

23,582
5,032
6,632

16,368
5,072
6,737

21,457
5,053
7,056

23,628
5,061
7,274

23,447
5,237
7,188

16,570
35,945

16,874
35,731

17,024
35,776

17,188
35,542

17,289
35,463

16,216
35,901

17,400
35,948

17,463
36,037

17,746
36,208

17,784
36,190

17,790
35,942

19,810
38,916

15,235
11,077

15,473
11,058

15,997
10,961

15,765
11,099

16,450
11,094

15,141
11,453

15,399
11,393

15,762
11,596

15,803
11,936

15,774
12,124

15,780
12,421

15,649
13,632

101

36. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
A. Accounts receivable outstanding—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1987
Type

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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
....

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

30,224

31,094

32,042

32,656

33,865

34,454

35,674

22,800

23,260

23,727

23,870

24,328

24,763

24,764

24,987

28,160
5,260
7,531

28,271
5,333
7,444

28,103
5,414
7,664

27,782
5,504
7,768

26,792
5,527
7,956

30,396
5,729
8,074

30,901
5,794
8,151

31,059
5,693
8,408

20,267
39,624

20,332
39,856

20,338
39,946

20,807
40,217

21,333
40,636

21,842
41,134

21,883
41,911

22,013
41,964

21,943
43,002

16,059
14,187

16,157
14,530

16,284
14,723

17,160
15,033

17,418
15,284

17,713
15,804

18,362
16,146

18,501
16,287

18,024
17,079

26,438

27,019

27,670

28,511

29,522

22,682

22,442

22,336

22,447

25,121
5,367
7,272

26,081
5,396
7,259

26,836
5,217
7,408

27,285
5,314
7,446

19,549
38,514

19,770
38,768

19,833
39,161

15,739
13,592

15,939
13,760

15,367
13,877

Not seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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

26,218

26,803

27,225

27,737

29,203

30,063

31,051

32,221

33319

34,302

35,253

36,244

22,650

22,504

22,330

22,327

22,774

23,420

23,891

23,762

24,072

24,689

24,801

25,191

25,429
5,211
7,200

27,817
5,328
7,309

29,735
5,314
7,609

30,075
5,442
7,694

30,755
5,498
7,575

30,326
5,552
7,444

27,817
5,523
7,435

24,356
5,466
7,398

21,872
5491
?;698

27,104
5,587
8,114

29,878
5,590
8,342

31,026
5,493
8,556

19,747
39,339

20,023
39,286

20,013
39,449

20,507
39,639

20,554
39,448

20,508
39,682

20,876
39,928

21,310
40,193

21,635
40;642

21,301
41,384

21,336
41,428

21,980
44,274

15,702
13,744

16,054
13,822

15,813
13,929

16,290
14,162

16,329
14,428

16,312
14,814

16,972
14,989

17,338
15,225

17,701
15,846

18,186
16,141

18,228
16,025

17,663
17,166

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec

B. Extensions and repayments1
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1987
Account

Jan.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles)
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




Mar.

Apr.

May

June

801

1,036

1,138

1,200

1,507

1,259

1,318

1,351

S,365

1,159

1,283

1,676

1,112

1,067

1,255

1,352

1,460

1,699

1,865

1,644

1,588

1,526

1,395

1,564

,.

11,175
597
3,219

11,573
658
2,919

12,676
672
3,064

11,474
690
3,056

10,709
513
2,964

11,701
591
3,246

10,704
624
3,186

11,335
601
3,251

10, BIO
710
3,251

12,557
886
2,983

12,662
623
3,043

12,188
679
3,182

...

1,263
1,009

1,259
885

1,148
995

1,136
970

1,455
838

1,171
1,019

1,357
1,128

1,086
1,403

1,340
J52

1,117
1,245

1,117
881

1,086
608

...

7,841
1,719

7,619
1,177

7,664
1,224

8,122
1,211

7,262
1,394

8,150
1,554

8,344
1,358

7,712
1,298

8,488
1,690

8,241
1,215

8,005
1,326

8,564
1,714

616

434

568

449

768

568

438

145

1 ,382

424

836

684

. ..

Repayments
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 . .
AH other business credit
...

102

Feb.

1,529

1,496

1,295

1,349

1,150

1,076

1,363

1,579

1,158

1,268

1,420

1,188

9,056
643
2,301

10,492
626
2,960

11,681
907
2,795

10,854
614
3,082

9,577
530
2,889

11,404
476
3,502

10,877
530
3,059

12,907
528
3,100

11,839
711
3,028

9,072
637
4,437

12,401
562
2,921

12,355
795

1,636
182

1,099
764

1,071
555

622
388

1,533
655

1,168
1,033

947
796

526
1,123

''79

:>30

1,314
1,057

906
973

1,015
1,102

7,862
2,334

7,381
1,092

8,316
1,069

7,399
921

7,166
929

8,268
1,183

7,490
979

7,382
992

8 ?AQ
«73

7,537
846

7,674
1,393

8,901
1,141

3,on

37. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes, 1987
Millions of dollars, except as noted
Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
1
2
3
4
5
6

Terms1
Purchase price (thousands of dollars) . . . .
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars) . . . . .
Loan-price ratio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan amount)2 . .
Contract rate (percent per year)

135.6
99.1
75.3
27.6
2.21
8.87

130.2
95.0
74.3
27.1
2.20
8.77

136.9
100.9
75.2
27.1
2.23
8.84

132.9
99.0
76.1
28.0
2.26
8.99

131.8
97.5
75.9
28.0
2.40
9.05

134.6
99.4
75.4
27.9
2.42
9.01

141.2
102.6
75.0
27.8
2.19
9.01

140.2
100.8
74.6
27.3
2.08
9.03

145.3
106.1
75.0
28.3
2.34
8.86

135.9
100.2
75.4
28.3
2.33
8.92

147.3
107.7
74.9
28.2
2.22
8.78

9.51
9.09

9.23
9.04

9.14
9.19

9.21
10.11

9.37
10.44

9.45
10.29

9.41
10.22

9.38
10.37

9.37
10.86

9.25
10.87

9.30
10.59

9.15
10.52

8.79
8.46

Yield (percent per year)
1 FHLBB series5
8 HUD series4 .

132.6
97.3
75.5
27.7
2.23
9.14

8.81
8.28

8.94
8.18

10.02
8.85

10.61
9.40

10.33
9.50

10.38
9.59

10.55
9.77

10.71
10.40

10.90
10.53

10.76
9.96

10.63
10.18

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per year)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
11 Total
12 FHA/VA-insured
13 Conventional

96,382
22,178
74,204

95,140
21,843
73,297

94,404
21,765
72,639

94,064
21,999
72,065

94,064
21,892
72,173

94,154
21,730
72,424

94,600
21,555
73,045

94,884
21,620
73,264

95,097
21,481
73,617

95,411
21,510
73,902

96,649
20,288
76,361

1,346

Mortgage transactions (during period)
14 Purchases .

95,514
22,063
73,451
979

1,435

2,118

1,718

1,690

1,569

1,613

1,743

1,278

1,297

3,747

948
2,258

912
2,175

2,805
3,539

3,208
4,421

1,726
4,410

1,745
4,448

2,373
5,071

2,276
5,690

1,842
5,627

1,566
5,046

2,899
5,845

3,115
4.886

12,986
686
12,300

12,911
722
12,189

12,940
717
12,223

12,492
708
11,784

12,442
688
11,754

12,598
694
11,903

12,834
684
12,150

12,924 12,940
679
672
12,245 12,269

12,782
666
12,115

12,904
663
12,240

12,871
657
12,215

1

Mortgage commitments
15 Contracted (duiing period)
16 Outstanding fend of period)

.

FEDI RAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)%
17 Total
18 FHA/VA-insured
19 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
20 Purchases
21 Sales

7,950
8,269

7,961
7,840

9,394
9,143

9,777
9,848

7,995
7,767

7,864
7,447

7,252
6,831

5,031 4,297
4,723 4,160

3,079
3,111

2,978
2,742

3,267
3,201

Mortgage commitments9
22 Contracted (during period)

7,685

9,197

9,669

8,408

7,182

7,330

5,611

4,506

3,011

2,668

2,693




3,507

103

38* Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

Type of holder and type of property

19 85

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

1,864,807

1,927,813

1,984,590

2,035,238

2,081,552

2,140,533

2,201,292

2,269,173

1 216 901
166,594
369,283
122 029

1 254 184
174,380
386,962
112 287

1 287 826
179,773
404,614
112,377

1 318 545 1 346 101
185,604
191,036
419,444
432,498
1 1 1 ,645
111 917

1 382 812
197 679
449,161
110 881

1 424 861
203 796
464,329
108 306

1 467 409
214 045
482 029
10^ 6<K)

1,158,095
343,889
184,255
19,598
130,377
9,659
139,113
98,172
18,118
22,794
29
503,509
391 619
46,474
65,220
196
151,301
14,900
19,061
104,770
12,570
20,283

1,202,589
356,489
189,068
20,018
137,402
10,001
143,388
100,691
18,567
24,100
30
528,172
407 506
50,176
70,215
275
153,531
14,404
18,984
107,548
12,595
21,009

1,242,106
367 853
192,814
19,624
145,231
10,184
146,072
101,810
18,947
25,285
30
550,130
421 014
53,748
75,010
358
155,372
14,159
18,769
109,801
12,643
22,679

1,269,702
379,498
196,163
20,264
152,894
10,177
154,441
107,302
19,817
27,291
31
555,277
421 489
55,750
77,605
433
156,699
14,120
18,938
111,175
12,466
23,787

1,291,521
388 156
198,398
20,667
158,786
10,305
161,032
111,592
20,668
28,741
31
559,263
421 024
57,660
80,070
509
158,470
13,869
19,003
113,421
12,177
24,600

1,323,732
400 746
203,003
21,582
165 554
10,607
165,705
114 375
21,357
29,942
31
559,291
425 021
50,231
33,447
592
152,114
13,618
19,061
1 17,295
12,140
25,876

1,354,418
415 222
208 734
22,242
173 210
11 036
174,427
119 952
22,604
31,757
114
573,682
425 596
62 390
85,061
635
164,760
13,454
19,074
120,183
12 049
26,327

1 390 394
429 1%
213 414
23 373
181 0^2
11 3S7
177,263
121 879
23 329
31,973
82
583,236
432 422
66 410
83,798
606
171 797
12,381
19 894
127,670
11 852
28,902

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
...

151,875
2,900
618
2,282
2,094
1,005
303
319
467

153,897
2,715
605
2,110
1,344
281
463
81
519

154,768
2,389
594
1,795
738
206
126
113
293

158,993
2,301
585
1,716
1,276
213
119
497
447

163,531
1,964
576
1,388
1,062
156
82
421
403

1(55,912
1,825
564
1,261
790
223
136
163
268

166,248
1,640
552
1,088
577
185
139
72
181

166,928
1,473
539
934
733
183
113
159
278

4 832
1,956
2 876
80,975
75 770
5,205
52,095
3,074
49021
8979
8,847
132

4 753
1,894
2,859
83,243
77 633
5,610
52,364
3,061
49 303
9,478
8,931
547

4,749
1,982
2,767
84,850
79 175
5,675
52,595
3,068
49 527
9,447
8,841
606

4,816
2,048
2,768
87,940
82 175
5,765
52,261
3,074
49 187
10,399
9,654
745

4,878
2,181
2 697
91,975
86 129
5,846
52,104
3 064
49040
11 548
10,642
906

4 888
2,199
2 689
94,777
88 788
5 989
3 1,056
3 006
48 050
12 576
31,288
1 288

4918
2,251
2 667
96,769
90 590
6 179
49,255
2 895
46 360
13 089
11,457
1 632

4920
2,.254
2 666
98,282
91 966
6316
47,498
2 798
44 700
14 022
11,881
2 141

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
i- to 4-family
58
Multifamily
59 Farmers Home Administration
60
1- to 4-family
61
Multifamily
62
Commercial
.
.
63
Farm

296,481
166,261
162,204
4 057
59,376
58 776
600
28 354
28,354

305,051
170,893
166,723
4 170
61,267
60 636
631
29 256
29,256

42 490
20 573
5,081
7,456
9 380

43 635
21 331
5,081
7,764
9459

317,548
175,770
171 481
4 289
63,964
63 352
612
32 888
32,730
158
44 926
21 595
5,618
7 844
9 869

332,057
179,981
175,589
4 392
70,822
70 253
569
36 215
35,965
250
45 039
21 813
5,841
7 559
9 826

347 793
185,954
181 419
4 535
76,759
75 781
978
39 370
38,772
598
45 710
21 928
6,041
7 681
10060

365 748
192,925
188 228
4 697
83 327
82 369
958
42 755
41 985
770
46 741
21 962
6,377
8 014
ID 388

388 948
201,026
196 198
4 828
91 915
90997
918
48 769
47 857
912
47 238
22 090
6415
8 192
10 541

415 04?
212,14*)
207 198
4 947
100 387
99 5H
87?
54 9B7
54 036
95 1
47 52^
22 186
667<t
8 190
10 472

258,356
146 495
42,807
38,347
30,707

266,276
151 155
45,164
39,852
30,105

270,168
152 326
47,039
41,330
29,473

274,486
154 315
48,670
42,423
29,078

278,707
155 970
49,967
43,378
29 392

285 141
16D 307
51,283
44,746
2? 805

291 678
165 726
52,708
45,854
27 390

296 809
165 815
55,424
49,207
26 343

I All holders
2 l- to 4-family
3 Multifamily
4 Commercial

.

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks'
8
1- to 4-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm
12 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-fami!y
24
Multifamily
25
Commercial . .
26
Farm
27 Finance companies2

64 Individuals and others4
65
1- to 4-family
66 Multifamily
67 Commercial
68 Farm

104



.

.. ..

.

.

....

38. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986

Type of holder and type of property

19 87

Qi

Q2

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 All holders

2,318,290

2,386,477

2,472,285

2,568,562

2,665,207

2,756,124

2,831,431

2,906,394

2
3
4
5

1,495 284
221,854
497 401
103,751

1 544,429
229,465
511,439
101,144

1,607,857
237,754
527,163
99,511

1,668,209
247,024
556,569
96,760

1,714 213
257,615
599 822
93,557

1 783 521
263,513
616 968
92,122

1 835 671
268,322
636 508
90,930

1 889 364
272,604
654 288
90,138

1,408 838
441 096
216 290
25,389
187,620
11,797
188 154
131,381
23,980
32,707

1,435,892
456 163
221,640
26,799
195,484
12,240
203,398
142,174
26,543
34,577

1,464,924
474 658
228,593
28,623
204,996
12,446
215,036
149,786
28,400
36,762
88
557,139
408,152
65,827
82,644
516
185,980
12,985
20,802
140,841
11,352
32,111

1,507,289
502,534
235,814
31,173
222,799
12,748
224,232
154,801
30,161
39,166
104
553,080
403,611
66,898
82,070
501
193,842
12,827
20,952
149,111
10,952
33,601

1,559,549
519 474
243,518
29,515
233,234
13,207
121,178
79,857
17,570
23,715

1 606,622
544 381
255,672
30,496
244,385
13,828
128,199
88,829
15,410
23,960

1,650,462
566 213
262 869
31,311
257,882
14,151
133,298
92,509
15,902
24,887

1 699,702
587 557
273,214
32,433
267,221
14,689
139,044
96,705
16,449
25,890

696,762
483,246
87,523
125,223

708,360
493,712
88,862
125,017

722,189
506,035
90,605
124,790

769

770

769

759

195,743
12 903
20,934
151 420
10,486
35 087

200,382
12 745
21,663
155,611
10,363
36,898

204,263
12 742
21,968
159,464
10,089
38,328

210,563
13 142
22,168
165,364
9,889
40,349

203,800
889
47
842
48,421
21,625
7,608
8,446
10,742

196,514

192,401

667
45
622

191,520

687
46
641

458
25
433

455
24
431

704
217
33
217
237

159,505
887
48
839
457
132
57
115
153

199,509

876
49
827
570
146
66
111
247

48,203
21,390
7,710
8,463
10640

48,085
21,157
7,808
8,553
10,567

42,978
18,111
7,903
6,592
10,372

42,978
18,111
7,903
6,592
10,372

4 964
2,309
2 655
98,795
92 315
6480
45,422
2 673
42,749
13 623
12,231
1,392

5,094
2,449
2,645
97,295
90,460
6 835
43,369
2,552
40,817
14,194
11,890
2,304

4,966
2,331
2,635
97,717
90,508
7,209
42,119
2,478
39,641
13,359
11,127
2,232

5,047
2,386
2,661
97,895
90,718
7,177
39,984
2,353
37,631
11,564
10,010
1,554

5,177
2,447
2,730
95,140
88,106
7,034
37,362
2,198
35,164
12,940
11,774
1,166

5,268
2,531
2,737
94,064
87,013
7,051
35,833
2,108
33,725
12,597
11,172
1,425

5,330
2,452
2,878
94,884
87,901
6,983
34,930
2,055
32,875
12,940
11,570
1,370

5,479
2,551
2,928
96,649
89,666
6,983
33,930
1,996
31,934
12,910
11,580
1,330

440,701
220 348
215,148
5,200
110 337
108 020
2,317
62,310
61,117
1 193
47,706
22,082
6 943
8 150
10,531

475,615
229,204
223,838
5,366
125 903
123,676
2,227
72,377
71,153
1,224
48,131
21,987
7,170
8,347
10,627

522,721
241,230
235,664
5,566
146,871
143,734
3,137
86,359
85,171
1,188
48,261
21,782
7,353
8,409
10,717

531,591
262,697
256,920
5,777
171,372
166,667
4,705
97,174
95,791
1,383
348
142

575,435
281,116
274,710
6,406
186,295
180,602
5,693
107,673
106,068
1,605
351
154

615,142
293,246
286,091
7,155
200,284
194,238
6,046
121,270
119,617
1,653
342
149

648,219
308,996
301,456
7,540
208,350
201,786
6,564
130,540
128,770
1,770
333
144

671,749
319,360
311,567
7,793
212,105
205,460
6,645
139,960
137,988
1,972
324
139

132
74

127
70

126
67

124
65

122
63

303 710
168 422
58,094
51,129
26 065

313,572
175 107
61,198
51,977
25,290

325,135
183,255
63,886
53,396
24,598

325,882
180,896
66,133
54,845
24,008

330,714
179,517
70,146
57,866
23,185

337,846
182,010
73,924
59,110
22,802

341,230
181,241
74,838
62,542
22,609

342,542
180,837
74,964
64,309
22,432

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

6 Major financial institutions
7
Commercial banks1
8
1- to 4-farnily
9
Multifamily
10
Commercitil
11
Farm
12 Savings banks
13
1- to 4-farnily
14
Multifamily
15
Commerciiil
.
16
Farm
17
Savings and loan associations
18
1- to 4-fariily
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21
Farm
.
22
Life insuranc e companies
23
1- to 4-fainily
24
Multifamily
25
Commerci al
26
Farm
27
Finance companies2

., ,,

.

86

565,037
413,865
66,020
84,618

659

534

174,996
12 619
20,032
130 718
11,627
29 860

180,496
12 645
20,241
136,325
1 1 ,285
30,798

165 041
1 533

.

49 Mortgage pools or trusts3
50 Government National Mortgage Association
51
1- to 4-family
52
Multifamiily
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
Multifam ily
62
Commercial
63
Farm




104

574,732
420,073
67,140
86 860

28 Federal and related agencies
29 Government National Mortgage Association
30
1- to 4-fatnily
31
Multifamiily
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
l- to 4-family
42
Multifamily
43
Federal Land Banks
44
1- to 4-farnily
45
Farm
,
46
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
47
1- to 4-fatnily
48
Multifamily

64 Individuals and others4
65
1- to 4-family
66
Multifamily
67 Commercial
68 Farm

Q3

161,398 '

527
1 006

..

|

Q4

36
688,067
475,836
86,465
124,997

105

39. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1986
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct,

Nov.

Dec

524,025

530,595

533,550

538,586

543,582

547,865

553,091

557,611

563,701

569,981

571,792

571,833

245,027
113,986
72,198
39,295
49,326
4,193

247,123
116,319
72,603
39,308
51,158
4,084

248,263
117,732
72,867
39,520
51,202
3,966

251,157
119,205
73,266
39,451
51,719
3,788

252,789
121,563
73,337
39,615
52,722
3,556

253,659
124,050
73,705
39,604
53,366
3,481

255,822
126,086
74,003
39,652
54,104
3,424

257,777
127,368
74,456
39,704
54,925
3,381

258,357
132,524
74,866
39,683
54,942
3,329

260,877
135,271
75,284
39,657
55,600
3,292

263,491
133,941
75,639
39,472
56,010
3,239

262,139
133,698
76,191
39,660
56,881
3,264

By major credit type
8 Automobile
9 Commercial banks
10 Credit unions
1 1 Finance companies
12 Savings institutions

213,182
93,461
36,183
72,221
11,317

216,356
94,006
36,406
74,167
11,777

217,820
94,093
36,558
75,342
11,827

220,466
94,560
36,778
76,887
12,241

223,771
95,030
36,834
79,127
12,780

227,329
95,475
37,039
81,575
13,240

230,641
96,204
37,209
83,726
13,502

233,405
97,152
37,457
85,009
13,787

240,045
98,101
37,684
90,3^)
13,871

244,271
99,236
37,915
93,057
14,063

244,202
100,235
38,114
91,661
14,192

246,109
100,907
38,413
92,350
14,439

13 Revolving3
14 Commercial banks
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies
17 Savings institutions
18 Credit unions

123,995
77,608
34,291
4,193
6,199
1,704

125,459
78,863
34,256
4,084
6,380
1,876

126,546
79,783
34,415
3,966
6,336
2,046

128,458
81,558
34,304
3,788
6,587
2,221

129,584
82,317
34,419
3,556
6,905
2,387

130,473
82,870
34,376
3,481
7,182
2,564

131,744
83,849
34,384
3,424
7,347
2,740

132,902
84,669
34,403
3,381
7,525
2,924

132,420
84,043
34,347
3,329
7,594
3,10'?

134,172
85,443
34,295
3,292
7,849
3,293

135,370
86,474
34,106
3,239
8,073
3,478

136,381
86,757
34,320
3,264
8,366
3,674

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings institutions

26,672
9,482
9,258
7,932

26,895
9,427
9,243
8,225

26,912
9,338
9,344
8,230

26,893
9,261
9,298
8,334

26,952
9,225
9,209
8,518

27,007
9,179
9,184
8,644

27,079
9,116
9,138
8,825

27,191
9,055
9,114
9,022

27,08:*
9,01:
8,986
9,088

27,007
9,021
8,879
9,107

26,883
8,968
8,830
9,085

26,883
8,926
8,822
9,135

160,176
64,476
32,507
34,311
5,004
23,878

161,885
64,827
32,909
34,321
5,052
24,776

162,272
65,049
33,046
34,263
5,105
24,809

162,769
65,778
33,020
34,267
5,147
24,557

163,275
66,217
33,227
34,116
5,196
24,519

163,056
66,135
33,291
34,102
5,228
24,300

163,627
66,653
33,222
34,054
5,268
24,430

164,113
66,901
33,245
34,075
5,301
24,591

164,150
67,202
33,14$;
34,075
5,336
24,389

164,531
67,177
33,335
34,076
5,362
24,581

165,337
67,814
33,450
34,047
5,366
24,660

162,460
65,549
32,526
34.104
5.340
24S941

6,270

6,570

2,955

5,036

4,996

4,283

5,226

4,520

6,090

6,280

1,811

4t

3,383
2,958
275
101
-332
-115

2,096
2,333
405
13
1,832
-109

1,140
1,413
264
212
44
-118

2,894
1,473
399
-69
517
-178

1,632
2,358
71
164
1,003
-232

870
2,487
368
-11
644
-75

2,163
2,036
298
48
738
-57

1,955
1,282
453
52
821
-43

580
5,156
410
-21
17
-52

2,520
2,747
418
= 26
658
= 37

2,614
-1,330
355
= 185
410
-53

= 1,352
-243
552
188
871
25

By major credit type
36 Automobile
37 Commercial banks
38 Credit unions
39 Finance companies
40 Savings institutions

3,546
732
158
2,694
-38

3,174
545
223
1,946
460

1,464
87
152
1,175
50

2,646
467
220
1,545
414

3,305
470
56
2,240
539

3,558
445
205
2,448
460

3,312
729
170
2,151
262

2,764
948
248
1,283
285

6,641
949
227
5.3S1
84

4,225
1,135
231
2,667
192

-69
999
199
-1,396
129

1,907
672
299
689
247

41 Revolving3
42 Commercial banks . . .
43 Retailers . . . .
44 Gasoline companies
45 Savings institutions
46 Credit unions

1,982
2,001
18
= 115
-89
167

1,464
1,255
= 35
-109
181
172

1,087
920
159
= 118
= 44
170

1,912
1,775
-111
-178
251
175

1,126
759
115
-232
318
166

889
553
-43
= 75
277
111

1,271
979
8
-57
165
176

1,158
820
19
-43
178
184

-482
-626
=56
-52
69
183

1,752
1,400
-52
-37
255
186

1,198
1,031
-189
= 53
224
185

1,011
283
214
25
293
196

-162
-71
-36
-55

223
-55
-15
293

17
-89
101
5

-19
-77
-46
104

59
-36
-89
184

55
-46
-25
126

72
-63
= 46
181

112
-61
-24
197

-106
=44
-128
66

-78
10
-107
19

= 124
-53
= 49
-22

0
-42
-8
50

904
721
300
-50
83
-150

1,709
351
402
10
48
898

387
222
137
-58
53
53

497
729
-26
4
42
-252

506
439
207
-151
49
-38

-219
-82
64
-14
32
-219

571
518
= 69
-48
40
130

486
248
23
21
33
161

37
301
-97
0
35
=202

381
-25
187
1
26
192

806
637
115
-29
4
79

2,877
-2,265
-924
57
-26
281

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

By major holder
Commercial banks 2
Finance companies . . . . . . . .
Credit unions .
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

23 Other
24 Commercial banks
25 Finance companies
26 Credit unions
27 Retailers
28 Savings institutions . ,

| Sept.

Net change (during period)
29 Total
30
31
32
33
34
35

By major holder
Commercial banks 2
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions . . . .
Gasoline companies

47 Mobile home
48 Commercial banks
49 Finance companies
50 Savings institutions
51 Other
52 Commercial banks
53 Finance companies
54 Credit unions . .
55 Retailers
56 Savings institutions .

106



,.

39. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1987

Holder, and tyjie of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

570,966

573,612

575,453

580,073

581,235

587,878

593,513

598,190

602,977

606,926

608,728

613,022

261,130
133,188
76,271
39,872
57,263
3,242

262,597
133,547
76,550
40,065
57,560
3,293

263,269
133,912
76,693
40,224
57,974
3,381

265,611
134,826
77,076
40,524
58,552
3,484

267,182
134,375
77,189
40,724
58,214
3,551

269,711
135,595
78,271
40,896
59,836
3,569

272,287
136,414
79,124
41,144
60,944
3,600

273,879
137,663
79,816
41,381
61,798
3,653

276,805
138,395
80,351
41,632
62,098
3,696

278,855
139,236
80,672
42,012
62,457
3,694

279,550
138,928
80,923
42,291
63,412
3,624

281,564
140,072
81,065
42,782
63,949
3,590

By major credit type
8 Automobile
9 Commercial banks
10 Credit unions
11 Finance companies
12 Savings institutions . . . . . . .

246,995
101,427
38,554
92,423
14,591

248,318
102,025
38,796
92,775
14,722

249,498
102,295
38,969
93,350
14,884

251,211
102,896
39,265
94,019
15,031

251,741
103,694
39,424
93,679
14,944

254,212
104,187
40,080
94,586
15,359

256,585
104,859
40,836
95,132
15,758

259,558
105,661
41,515
96,287
16,095

261,902
106,685
42,118
96,809
16,290

263,823
107,414
42,612
97,261
16,536

264,474
107,727
43,071
96,733
16,943

267,180
108,438
43,474
98,026
17,242

13 Revolving3 .
14 Commercial banks
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies
17 Savings institutions
18 Credit unions

135,592
85,361
34,485
3,242
8,745
3,759

137,238
86,320
34,656
3,293
9,115
3,854

137,761
86,139
34,791
3,381
9,507
3,943

140,340
87,872
35,055
3,484
9,884
4,045

141,877
88,875
35,212
3,551
10,106
4,133

144,777
90,913
35,346
3,569
10,675
4,274

147,809
93,025
35,542
3,600
10,956
4,686

149,815
94,142
35,731
3,653
11,194
5,095

152,553
96,083
35,941
3,696
11,333
5,500

155,196
97,416
36,270
3,694
11,922
5,894

156,425
97,378
36,501
3,624
12,636
6,286

159,307
98,808
36,959
3,590
13,279
6,671

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings institutions

26,958
9,006
8,804
9,148

26,933
9,041
8,745
9,147

26,811
9,147
8,499
9,165

26,825
9,140
8,510
9,175

26,639
9,115
8,483
9,041

26,810
9,131
8,469
9,210

26,966
9,168
8,452
9,346

26,879
9,156
8,281
9,442

26,845
9,157
8,235
9,453

26,698
9,174
8,228
9,296

26,604
9,169
8,211
9,224

25,957
9,101
7,771
9,085

23 Other
24 Commercial banks
25 Finance companies
26 Credit unions
27 Retailers
28 Savings institutions

161,421
65,336
31,961
33,958
5,387
24,779

161,123
65,211
32,027
33,900
5,409
24,576

161,383
65,688
32,063
33,781
5,433
24,418

161,697
65,703
32,297
33,766
5,469
24,462

160,978
65,498
32,213
33,632
5,512
24,123

162,079
65,480
32,540
33,917
5,550
24,592

162,153
65,235
32,830
33,602
5,602
24,884

161,938
64,920
33,095
33,206
5,650
25,067

161,677
64,880
33,351
32,733
5,691
25,022

161,209
64,851
33,747
32,166
5,742
24,703

161,225
65,276
33,984
31,566
5,790
24,609

160,578
65,217
34,275
30,920
5,823
24,343

-867

2,646

1,841

4,620

1,162

6,643

5,635

4,677

4,787

3,949

1,802

4,294

-1,009
-510
80
212
382
-22.

1,467
359
279
193
297
51

672
365
143
159
414
88

2,342
914
383
300
578
103

1,571
-451
113
200
-338
67

2,529
1,220
1,082
172
1,622
18

2,576
819
853
248
1,108
31

1,592
1,249
692
237
854
53

2,926
732
535
251
300
43

2,050
841
321
380
359
-2

695
-308
251
279
955
-70

2,014
1,144
142
491
537
-34

886
520
141
73
152

1,323
598
242
352
131

1,180
270
173
575
162

1,713
601
296
669
147

530
798
159
-340
-87

2,471
493
656
907
415

2,373
672
756
546
399

2,973
802
679
1,155
337

2,344
1,024
603
522
195

1,921
729
494
452
246

651
313
459
-528
407

2,706
711
403
1,293
299

-789
-1,396
165
-22
379
85

1,646
959
171
51
370
95

523
-181
135
88
392
89

2,579
1,733
264
103
377
102

1,537
1,003
157
67
222
88

2,900
2,038
134
18
569
141

3,032
2,112
196
31
281
412

2,006
1,117
189
53
238
409

2,738
1,941
210
43
139
405

2,643
1,333
329
-2
589
394

1,229
-38
231
-70
714
392

2,882
1,430
458
-34
643
385

47 Mobile home
48 Commercial banks
49 Finance companies
50 Savings institutions

75
80
-18
13

-25
35
-59
-1

- 122
106
-246
18

14
-7
11
10

-186
-25
-27
- 134

171
16
-14
169

156
37
-17
136

-87
-12
-171
96

-34
1
-46
11

-147
17
-7
-157

-94
-5
-17
-72

-647
-68
-440
-139

51 Other
52 Commercial banks
53 Finance companies
54 Credit unions
55 Retailers .
56 Savings institutions

-1,039
-213
-565
-146
47
-162

-298
-125
66
-58
22
-203

260
477
36
-119
24
-158

314
15
234
-15
36
44

-719
-205
- 84
-134
43
-339

1,101
-18
327
285
•
38
469

74
-245
290
-315
52
292

-215
-315
265
-396
48
183

-261
-40
256
-473
41
-45

-468
-29
396
-567
51
-319

16
425
237
-600
48
-94

-647
-59
291
-646
33
-266

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

.

By major holder
Commercial banks 2
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

| Sept.

Net change (during period)
29 Total
30
31
32
33
34
35

By major holder
Commercial batiks 2
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

By major credit type
36 Automobile .
37 Commercial banks
38 Credit unions
39 Finance companies
40 Savings institutions
41 Revolving3
42 Commercial banks
43 Retailers
44 Gasoline companies
45 Savings institutions .
46 Credit unions




107

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1987
A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Private domestic nonfinancial sectors
Business

Households

Transaction category or sector

T

nd'tcal

°«"

Asse ts

Liabilities

A
ASsets

"abi "

Assets

11,512.0

....

1,791.0

....

530.9

....

13,834,0

....

2,904.3

1 Total financial assets

....

3,765.0

....

579.6

....

7,248.9

2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6

Ll

h

^ "

1,1118.7

11.3
13.1
129.7
129.7

....
....

19. 1
19. 1

....
....

669.7
669.7

68

2 020 8
284.2

.

....

....

22.7

21.4

2,027 6
297.6

53. 2
70. 6

....

359.1
132 5
22 2

13.3
138.6
61.8
22 2

167.2

....
....

17

....

42.0
43.8

289 8
2,235.3

19 Mutual fund shares
20 Other corporate equities3

396.2
1 755 1

21 Credit market instruments
22 U.S. Treasury securities4
23
Federal asency securities**
24 Tax exempt securities
25
Corporate and foreign bonds ,
26 Mortgages
27 Consumer credit
28 Bank loans n e e
29 Open market paper
30 Other loans

1,232.7 2,810 .3
518.9
80.6
285.6
78 .7
118.6
146.1 1,895 .6
700 9
47 .9
83.0
87 .1




2,218.4

21 4

289.8
2,235.3

108

....
10 3
11.4
7.4

22 7

16 Life insurance reserves
17 Pension fund reserves
18 Interbank claims

Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Equity in noncorporate business
Miscellaneous

Liabilities,

19 2

520.8
520.8

1 1 Small time and savings deposits
12 Money market fund shares
13 Large time deposits
14 Federal funds and security RPs
15 Deposits abroad

A
Msas

331.3

668.5

Gold and special drawing rights2
International Monetary Fund Position . .
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency and SDR certificates . .

7 Checkable deposits and currency
8
Private domestic
9
Forcisn
10 U S government

31
32
33
34
35

Liabilities

Liabilities

Assets

!

U.S.
government

Forei gn
b

10 8
189,5
-I 8

32.9
2 392 5
184.5

409 1
1,755 1

12.9

45 g
33 .4

14.8

213.3 2,957.9
86.2
....
1.3
....
10.5
116.2
763.6
....
985.9
41 6
617.3
73.6
73.8
....
401.0
702.9
496.2

546.0
11.2
249.9

358. 3
162. 2
93. 3
8. 0

554.1
....
528.8

94. 7

....

25.3

22. 8

25.4
....

1,804.3
767 3
175 2
304.2
118.6
240.8
41 6
156.6
....
32 9
702.9
22.8
2,392.5
680.7

....

176.0

6,322.3

539.7
3?2 2

243.2

1:57.8

Si!?

723.7
763.6
2,881.6
7009
665.3
73.8
513.4

48.1
1.6

23.3
41.2
98.0

235.9

1,959.2
1 954 1
51

'.'.'.'.

'.".'.'.

49.1

*

186.8

45.8
604.9
11.2

28.5

12.7

32.0
-6.8

38,5

264.7

3" 1.7

344.3

18.0

1.1

All
sectors1

Financial sectors
Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Total
Assets

Monetary
authority

10,066.3
9,851.1

Liabilities

Assets

1,046.8

Liabilities

....
1,040.3

Liabilities

286.1

....

Commercial
banking

Assets

Assets

63.9
63.9

8394
7893
22,7
27,4

12.1
18.5

2,743.4

Assets

L

142.8
136.7
21.6

543.8
301.3
279.0
2,045.8
51.8

43.7
974.3

25,350.3
5,804.2

211.4
205.4
0.3
5.8

2.7
2.7

1,807.1

71.6
34.3

....

19.2

-4.0

61.8
55.8

;.'."

3
4
5
6

....

4.6

66.6

58.7

"66.6

543.1
499.1
22.4
21.6

59.5
59.5

84.9
84.9

777.6
733.5
22.7
21.4

839.4
789.3
22.7
27.4

12.1
18.5

1,045.3
316.1

2,041.4
316.1

2,041.4
316.1

142.8
105.8
21.6

167.2
84.7

543.8
269.2
43.8

543.8
301.3
43.8

289.8
2,235.3
69.5

289.8
2,235.3
51.8

43.7
974.3

452.8

452.8
2,905.5

452.8

19
20

4,211.6
452.4
624.2
245.9
832.4
1,189.9
324.4

641.6

10,331.8
1,954.1
978.8
723.7
1,180.0
2,884.6
700.9
721.3
438.9
749.4

10,331.8
1,954.1
978.8
723.7
1,180.0
2,884.6
700.9
721.3
438.9
749.4

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

104.5
797.7
16.0
2,392.5
1,694.1

104.5
656.2
13.5

=141.5
-2.5

1,721.8

"27.7

-14.9

*

'.'.'.'.
814.0




"n.3
13.1

279.0
2,045.8

33S.8
3.0

l,ili.7

1
2

376.5
216.6

30.9

973.6

"'i.3

-44.2

19,986.8

996.1

1.6
1.6

999.3
16.3
0.1

*32.8
323.9
138.0

Line

Assets

21.4
11.3
13.1
23.2

45?:. 8

7,751.9
892.4
775.7
419.6
903.7
2,594.8
659.3
721.3
270.6
514.5

Liabilities

def

5,990.0
2,720.5

286.1

2,041.4
316.1

683.8

Liabilities

Assets

11.1
-.1
5.7
23.2

11.1
-.1
5.7
23.2

"7*1.3

Private
nonbank finance

Floats
and
discrepancies

.".'.'
*
168.8

978.6
....
973.6

231.4
222.6
8.9

'.'.'.'.

'".'.

.'.'.'.'

2,309.0
201.2
142.5
173.7
71.3
590.8
334.9
721.3
13.0
60.9

.'".'

5.0

186.9

'7?.l

109.8

34.4

'.'.'.'.
"l5.0

',','.'.
61.7

6.4

'..'.'.
10*2

"s'o

330.1

415.7

258.6
3.0

257.5
284.8

'32.8
214.1
133.1

37.2
34.3

58.7
'"i.9

328.5

626.2

6.0

7
8
9
10
11
12

32.1

-17.7

13
14
15
16
17
18

31
32
33
34
35

109

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1987—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Savings
and loan
associations

Total7
Transaction category
Assets
1 Total assets

5,804.2

3 Checkable deposits . . . .
4 Small time and savings deposits
5 Money market fund shares
.

7 Federal funds and security RPs
8 Deposit abroad

1 1 Mutual fund shares
12 Other corporate equities3
13 Credit market instruments 4
14 U S Treasury securities 5
15 Federal agency securities
16 Tax exempt securities
17 Corporate and foreign bonds
18
Mortgages
19 Consumer credit . .
20 Bank loans n e e
21 Open market paper
22 Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

110



Liabilities

Assets

15.0

"g '-

A~

'- A— "E

5.8

142,8

167.2

7.3

121.0

.1

105.8
21.6

84.7

27.3

84.7

183.7
183.'1

26.'7
131. 1

4.0
12.1

17.(5
148. (

....

....
4.6

13.6

641.6

257.5
284.8

*32.8
214.1
133.1

37.2
34.3

'"i.9
626.2

8.5

69.7

180.8

"15.9

9H5J)

U.8
77.8

132.9
11.2
8.4
31.3
82.0

'.'.'.'.

812.3
6t.6
64.8
11.8
37:5.8
212.4

345.8
66.7
55 5

20.6
53.3

230.8
10.5
35.7
20
14.5
138.5
17.4

28.9
460.6

68.5

14?!4
7.7

31.9

58.7

328.5

9S5.5

11.9

l.<)

7.0

258.6
3.0

985.5

279 ()
551 7

1,068.7
21.1
197.8
1.0
37.6
707.6
56.3
'23.4
23.9

133.1

144.5

*
25.2

12 3

14.8

Liabilities

9.0

452.8

4,211.6
452.4
624.2
245.9
832.4
1,189.9
324.4

....

6.7

44,<1

Assets

951.4

279.0
2,045.8

43.7
974.3

1-

1,000.0

....

4.4

Private
pension
funds

^

239.<I

84.9
1,045.3
316.1

40.5
765.7

Life
insurance
companies

Credit
unions

263.0
1,217.9

59.5
12.1
18.5

9 Life insurance reserves
10 Pension fund reserves

23
24
25
26

Assets
1,262.9

5,990.0

2 Total liabilities

6 Large time deposits

Liabilities

Mutual
savings
banks

37.3

12.2

15.6

8^.0

<5
120. 1

'.'.'.'.
60.1

State and
local government
retirement funds
Assets

Other
insurance
companies

Finance
companies

508.5
508.5
2.3

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

386.8

Liabilities

....
287.8

2.6

....

Open-end
investment
companies

497.2

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

11.9

449.4

....

Liabilities

Real estate
investment
trusts

....

452.8

....

8.3

Liabilities

Security
brokers
and dealers

Liabilities

Assets

...

65.8

....

316.1

-.3

452.8

Assets
316.1

6,9

7.7

Money
market
funds

....

2.4

316.1

'.]]]

'.'.'.'.

1

59.7

2

'.'.'.'.

3
4
5

33.6
25.7

508^5

'.'.'.'.

'.'.'.'.

'..'.'.

72.3

'.'.'.'.

',,'..

....

441.6

356.8

....
....

....
65.4
168.7

9
10

'.'.'.'.

251.8
57.8
40.7
94.6
53.9
4.8

7
8

.'.'..

'.'.'.'.

6

39.3
21.6

18.5

137.1

452.8
112.6

Line

Liabilities

315.1
106.9
55.9
0.8
136.2
15.4

174.3
.4

6.9
7.0
212.7

6.9

2.1
3.0

'.'.'.'.

-6.'l
1.4

'.'.'.'.

'.'.'.'.

'9.7

271.6
99.2
34.9
70.7
54.2

214.0
14.3
27.0
61.4

....
....

16.5
0.2

....

3.5
12.8

11L3

'.'.'.'.

'.'.'.'.

'.'.'.'.

'.'...

'.'.'.'.
12.6

'.'.'.'.

'.'.'.'.
'.'.'.'.

207.6

37.2
'.'.'.'.




34.3

','.'.'.
.1
287.7

'.'.'.'.
....
....

'.'.'.'.
.2
140.2

s'.b

Vi

'.'.'.'.

"...

7.9

58.7

'.'.'.'.

"i'.b

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

111

41. Flow of funds accounts
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category or sector

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1584

1985

1986

1987

Nonfinancial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by
domestic nonfmancial sectors . . . .
2 U S government . . .
...
3 Treasury issues
.
4 Agency issues and mortgages
5 Private domestic nonfinancial sectors . . . . .
6 Debt capital instruments
. ..
7 Tax exempt obligations
8 Corporate bonds
9
Mortgages
10
Home mortgages .
11
Multifamily residential
12
Commercial . .
..
13
Farm
14
15
16
17
18

Other debt instruments
Bank loans n.e.c
Consumer credit
Commercial paper
Other

19 By borrowing sector total
20 State and local . . .
.
21 Households
22 Nonfinancial business
23
Farm
24
Nonfarm noncorporate
25
Corporate

112



515.8
506.4
9.3

....

572.5
564.1
8.4

626.2
619.2
7.0

663.6
658.0
5.6

742.8
737.8
5.0

830.1
825.6
4.5

991.4
987.7
3.7

1,177.9 1,376.8 1,600.4
1,174.4 1,373.4 1,597.1
3.4
3.3
3.6

1,815.4 1,959.2
1,811.7 1,954.1
3.6
5.2

1,993.9 2,255.8 2,568.9 2,917.4 3,179.3 3,467.4 3,683.7 4,050.4 4,604.0 5,232.1 5,839.4 6,322.3
1,384.3 1,557.5 1,758.7 1,973.1 2,162.2 2,317.3 2,453.8 2,707.3 3,023.8 3,467.8 3,917.8 4,368.9
350.3
471.7
522.1
261.4
289.7
320.1
373.7
417.9
658.4
689.2
239.5
723.7
^•69.2
320.6
337.9
388.3
407.0
664.2
276.6
365.6
423.0
763.6
299.5
542.9
868.2
996.6 1,148.4 1,315.1 1,446.3 1,555.2 1,628.9 1,812.6 2.032.6 2,266.4 2,564.4 2,881 .6
955.2 1,032.1 1,074.7 1,191.4 1,2-20.5 1,469.6 1,669.3 1,871.7
632.7
742.8
861.0
539.5
141.1
141.2
183.8
123.5
133.6
144.8
212.5
245.5
103.9
159.0
269.8
112.3
299.4
254.2
210.5
235.0
276.2
478.6
169.6
349.6
4-16.7
650.1
188.1
552.9
71.6
85.6
105.8
110.0
105.7
55.3
95.8
112.6
111.6
90.0
63.5
96.8
609.6
218.4
243.9
11.0
136.3

26 Foreign credit market debt held in
United States
27 Bonds .
.
28 Bank loans n.e.c
29 Commercial paper
..
30 U.S. government and other loans
31 Total nonfinancial, domestic
plus foreign

2,509.7 2,828.4 3,195.1 3,580,9 3,922.1 4,297,6 4,675.1 5,228.3 5,1*80.8 6,832.5 7,654.8 8,281.5

698.4
244.5
282.0
12.8
159.0

810.1
283.0
328.8
15.5
182.9

944.3 1,017.1 1,150.2 1,229.9
329.8
414.3
366.3
464.1
374.4
371.4
396.2
415.5
24.5
37.6
28.0
42.7
248.4
218.5
312.7
296.9

1,993.9 2,255.8 2,568.9 2,917.4 3,179.3 3,467.4
295.3
260.5
278.1
302.1
233.5
243.9
851.7
989.2 1,154.7 1,329.0 1,450.0 1,575.4
908.7 1,022.7 1,153.7 1,310.2 1,434.0 1,589.9
144.6
176.4
92.0
159.8
105.4
121.0
292.7
230.5
362.2
260.3
330.8
395.5
834.8
586.2
912.0 1,018.0
656.9
739.9
115.8
35.1
28.4
1.3
51.1

129.3
40.1
31.4
1.8
55.9

157.6
44.1
49.9
2.9
60.6

172.4
47.8
53.0
4.6
67.1

197.2
49.0
64.8
7.0
76.5

220.7
54.5
67.8
10.8
87.5

1,343.1 1,580.2 1,764.4
490.2
592.6
552.9
657.1
472.1
562.5
36.8
58.5
72.2
344.0
406.2
442.4

3,683,7 4,050.4 4,604.0 5,232.1
357.7
385.1
323.7
476.9
1,657.2 1,844.6 2,074.3 2,360.4
1,702.8 1,848.1 2,144.6 2,394.8
183.2
187.3
187.2
173.3
431.9
509.9
610.5
702.5
1,087.6 1,150.9 1,347.0 1,519.1
210.4
61.1
33.8
15.1
100.5

227.7
64.2
37.4
21.5
104.6

235.5
68.0
30.8
27.7
159.0

236.7
71.8
27.9
33.9
103.0

1,921.6
655.8
723.0
62.9
480.0

1,953.4
665.3
700.9
73.8
513.4

5,839.4 6,322.3
520.2
554.1
2,635.1 2,810.3
2,684.0 2,957.9
145.4
157.6
817.5
945.8
1,709.0 1,866.7
237.7
74.3
26.9
37.4
99.0

243.2
80.7
23.3
41.2
98.0

2,625.5 2,957.7 3,352.6 3,753.3 4,119.3 4,518.2 4,885.5 5,456.0 6,216.2 7,069.2 7,892.4 8,524.7

41. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1976

Transaction category or sector

[ 1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

Financial sectors
32 Total credit market debt
owed by financial sectors

282.7

333.7

406.4

497.6

563.0

664.9

758.0

857.5

1,009.0

1,209.7

1,512.4

1,807.1

By instrument
33 U S government-related
34 Sponsored credit agency securities . .
35 Mortgage pool securities
36 Loans from U,S. government

123.1
81.2
40.7
1.2

145.5
88.2
56.8
.5

182.6
1.11.3
70.4
.9

231.8
135.5
94.8
1.5

276.6
159.9
114.0
2.7

324.0
190.4
129.0
4.6

388.9
205.4
178.5
5.0

456.7
206.8
244.9
5.0

531.2
237.2
289.0
5.0

632.7
257.8
368.9
6.1

810.3
273.0
531.6
5.7

978.6
303.2
670.4
5.0

37 Private financial sectors
38 Corporate bonds . .
...
39 Mortgages
40 Bank loans n.a c .
...
41 Open market paper
42 Loans from Federal Home Loan
Banks

159.6
53.9
2.4
25.0
62.5

188.2
65.8
2.4
24.6
75.1

223.8
73.7
2.0
26.4
89.1

265.8
79.1
2.0
26.9
115.9

286.4
80.8
1.9
25.9
128.8

340.9
85.2
1.9
27.1
161.5

369.1
97.9
2.0
29.0
174.2

400.8
115.5
2.1
28.9
195.5

477.8
151.7
2.5
29.5
219.5

576.9
200.9
2.7
32.1
252.4

702.1
270.0
2.7
36.1
284.6

828.5
335.8
3.0
32.8
323.9

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

59.0

74.6

88.8

108.6

133.1

43 Total, by sector

282.7

333.7

406.4

497.6

563.0

664.9

758.0

857.5

1,009.0

1,209.7

1,512.4

1,807.1

44 Sponsored credi agencies
45 Mortgage pools
.
..
46 Private financial sectors
47 Commercial hanks
..
48 Domestic affiliates
49 Savings and loan associations . . . .
50 Finance companies
51 Real estate investment trusts
52 CMO trusts

82.4
40.7
159.6
27.9
20.7
17.4
88.7
4.8

88.7
56.8
188.2
31.6
24.5
24.3
105.1
2.7

112.2
70.4
223.8
31.1
32.0
37.8
122.3
.6

137.0
94.8
265.8
40.2
36.1
50.3
138.5
.6

162.6
114.0
286.4
48.5
42.8
57.8
137.1
.1

195.0
129.0
340.9
60.1
52.0
73.4
155.6
-.2

210.4
178.5
369.1
71.8
59.0
75.9
162.6
-.4
.2

211.8
244.9
400.8
76.8
71.0
73.9
175.8
-.6
3.9

242.2
289.0
477,8
84.1
86.6
93.2
198,0
= .4
16.3

263.9
368.9
576.9
79.2
101.2
115.5
253.1
-.6
28.5

278.7
531.6
702.1
75.6
101.3
145.1
315,6
-1.0
65.6

308.2
670.4
828.5
82.7
104.2
180.8
356.8
.4
103.5

2,908.2

3,291.4

3,759.0

4,250.9

4,682.3 5,183.2

5,643.5

6,313.5

7,225.2

8,278.8

9,404.9 10,331.8

716.7
261.4
405.4
999.9
282.0
300.6
89.8
235.6

807.1
289.7
438.4
1,151.1
328.8
359.4
107.5
277.1

893.2
320.1
464.9
1,317-7
371.4
409.7
145.0
329.0

1,016.1
350.3
495.3
1,448.8
374.4
457.0
163.8
376.6

1,149.1
373.7
528.0
1,557.6
396.2
509.2
215.1
454.2

1,375.0
417.9
566.0
1,631.3
415.5
526.8
226.8
484.1

1,629.4
471.7
602.7
1,814.9
472.1
556.5
253.8
512.5

1,902.8
522.1
688.8
2,035.2
562.5
613.2
305,7
594.8

2,227.0
658.4
815.6
2,269.2
657.1
652.6
358.5
640.4

2,620.0
689.2
1,008.5
2,567.2
723.0
718.8
384.9
693.3

2,932.8
723.7
1,180.0
2,884.6
700.9
721.3
438.9
749.4

43.4
274.1
45.5
950.0

44.6
336.2
46.0
982.5

46.7
396.1
51.8
1,179.5

59.2
443.1
61.8
1,572.3

60.0
482.2
59.8
1,504.9

67.4
487.5
76.9
1,720.9

79.6
533.9
112.1
2,021.9

81.7
575,8
136.7
2,021.5

121.3
617.8
240.2
2,584.3

131.2
625.4
413.5
2,948.0

104.5
656.2
452.8
2,905.5

All sectors
53 Total credit market debt
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

U S government securities
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
.
Bank loans n.e c
Open market puper
Other loans

..

636.7
239.5
365.6
871.6
243.9
271.8
74.8
204.4

62
63
64
65

Selected claims not included above
Security credit
...
. . .
Trade credit
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities
..

41.1
245.9
46.5
1,005.5




..

113

41. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted
Transaction category or sector
1 Total credit market debt
claims against domestic
nonfinancial sectors .

1976

...

Federal 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 Total by type of lender
8 U S government
.
9
Sponsored credit agencies and
mortgage pools
10 Monetary authorities
1 1 Foreign

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

l%4

1985

1986

1987

2,509.7 2,828.4 3,195.1 3,580.9 3,922.1 4,297.6 4,675.1 5,228.3 5,980.8 6,832.5 7,654.8 8,28)1.5

...

Agency and foreign debt not in line 1
Sponsored credit agencies and
mortgage pools
1 3 Foreign

504.2
226.7
111.8

598.1
261.6
137.5

668.7
252.4
174.6

768.5
272.4
206.3

875.4
292.1
229.8

990.2
314.3
290.8

1,104.2
340.6
367.0

1,2.61.6
379.9
4.23.5

1,464.6
427.0
518.2

15.9
128.7

20.2
145.5

32.7
166.4

41.8
199.8

49.0
240.7

65.2
288.3

66.0
319.1

59.0
337.7

74.6
383.5

88.8
430.6

426.3
93.5

504.2
103.5

598.1
120.6

668.7
139.5

768.5
163.8

875.4
187.8

990.2 1,104.2
213.2
203.6

U61.6
230.1

135.2
105.1
92.4

158.2
112.2
130.3

198.5
119.2
159.9

252.9
126.9
149.6

298.5
131.4
174.8

346.7
140.5
200.4

412.2
150.3
224.1

482.0
161.2
247.7

556.3
169.6
305.6

657.8
191.2
367.9

833.9
221.5
470.5

999.3
231.4
539.7

123.1
115.8

...

426.3
189.8
91.8

145.5
129.3

182.6
157.6

231.8
172.4

276.6
197.2

324.0
220.7

388.9
210.4

456.7
227.7

531.2
235.5

632.7
236.7

810.3
237.7

978.6
243,2

1,780.1 2,006.4
511.8
570.0
678.5
814.1
108.6
481.1

133.1
489.2

1,464.6 1,780.1 2,006.4
247.6
254.2
235.9

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
Private financial intermediation
21 Credit market claims held by
private financial institutions
22 Commercial banking
2 3 Savings institutions
. . . .
24 Insurance and pension funds
25 Other finance . . . .

...

...

15.9

...

26 Sources of funds
27 Private 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

114



2,322.4 2,599.1 2,937.1 3,316.4 3,627.5 3,966.9 4,284.2 4,808.5 5,435.8 6,237.3 6,922.7 7,497,0
545.5
640.8
743.7
490.0
857.0 1,060.7 1,288.8 1,522.9 1,799.9 2,108,1 2,362,8
446.9
417.9
373.7
471.7
658.4
689.2
239.5
261.4
289.7
320.1
350.3
522.1
723.7
330.4
427.1
412.4
441.7
306.2
371.9
392.6
4/76.8
517.6
601.0
353.5
686.5
928.9
983.7 1,080.9 1,164.1 1,236.3 1,327.4
552.5
820.5
634.1
890.5
943.9
729.6
903.4 1,051.4 1,205.0 1,299.3 1,445 1 1,515.5 1,681.7 1,9'>7 8 2,186 1 2,396.7 2 529.6
793.1
20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

59.0

74.6

88.8

108.6

133.1

1,976.0 2,237.0 2,541.2 2,855.5 3,139.8
833.1
924.5 1,052.5 1,181.8 1,289.5
594.4
666.2
773.5
515.8
721.8
491.2
558.4
807.6
635.3
713.8
187.2
159.7
238.1
269.3
135.9

3,455.5 3,688.1 4,083.5 4.M.1 5,225.2 5,950.7 6,521.1
1,396.0 1,477.8 1,622.1 1,791.1 1,978.5 2,173.2 2,309.6
808.8
800.2
944.0 1,052.8 1,178.4 1,283.0 1,432.4
993.3 1,093.4 1,215.2 1,371.2 1,547.8 1,725.0
896.7
408.2
424.0
362.5
697.1
946.7 1,054.1
512.9

1,976.0

2,237.0 2,541.2

2,855.5

3,139.8

3,455.5

1,178.4
159.6
638.0
21.5
3.0
434.7
178.8

1,316.0
188.2
732.8
23.3
7.3
493.6
208.6

1,453.1
223.8
864.2
30.5
14.1
566.0
253.6

1,586.2
265.8
1,003.6
56.7
14.5
639.7
292.6

1,761.0
286.4
1,092.4
31.6
11.9
724.7
324.1

1,971.1 2,161.1 2,376.6 2,693.4 2,906.6 3,173.8 3,336.8
369.1
400.8
340.9
477.8
576.9
702.1
'828.5
1,143.5 1,157.9 1,306.1 1,470.9 1,741.7 2,074.8 2,355.8
-37.4
-7.9
-23.0
-14.1
5.6
18.6
62.6
16.9
10.8
11.5
15.5
25.8
27.5
21.6
913.8 1,022.1 1,141.4 1,279.1 1,426.1 1,570.1
809.0
264.7
331.5
295.4
3210
602.7
431.1
701.5

3,688.1 4,083.5 4,612.1 5,225.2

5,950.7 6,521.1

41. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted

1976

Transaction category or sector
Private domestic nonfinancial
investors
Credit market cl.dms
U S government securities
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Commercial paper
Other loans and mortgages

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

506.0
199.7
80.8
76.9
31.4
117.2

550.3
220.2
80.0
77.9
44.8
127.4

619.7
260.0
82.1
73.7
59.5
144.5

726.7
321.5
92.2
72.0
70.2
170.9

774.0
352.5
98.9
58.8
65.3
198.6

852.3
391.0
110.4
54.0
67.9
229.0

965.2
460.4
134.7
54.6
68.3
247.1

1,125.8
559.8
175.0
43.2
83.4
264.5

1,321.5
683.0
205.3
48.4
92.7
292.2

1,589.0
825.7
252.8
60.9
136.6
313.0

1,674.0
873.2
247.5
95.6
131.8
326.0

1,804.3
942.5
304.2
118.6
156.6
282.4

40 Deposits and cuirency
41 Currency
42
Checkable deposits
43
Small time and savings deposits . . .
44
Money market fund shares
45
Large time deposits
46 Security repurchase agreements . . .
47 Foreign deposits
...

1,267.6
81.7
220.0
843.1
3.7
102.5
9.1
7.4

1,414.6
89.9
236.5
937.1
3.6
126.7
12.0
8.7

1,569.0
99.2
253.5
1,002.7
10.0
169.5
17.5
16.7

1,715.1
107.1
273.3
1,061.9
43.0
183.8
24.2
21.8

1,903.1
117.5
285.1
1,144.1
71.9
229.0
31.0
24.6

2,121.0
126.9
303.5
1,191.7
174.0
265.6
36.2
23.0

2,320.3
136.6
321.9
1,327.5
208.5
256.0
47.3
22.6

2,553.2
150.9
350.8
1,542.9
169.5
247.7
65.8
25.7

2,873.6
159.6
378.7
1,693.6
218.5
332.0
70.7
20.6

3,097.0
171.9
420.1
1,832.2
227.3
339.6
87.3
18.5

3,384.6
186.3
520,3
1,948.8
271.1
328.0
105.6
24,5

3,564.4
205.4
520.1
2,027.6
297.6
359.1
132.5
22.2

48 Total of credit market instruments,
deposits, and currency

1,773.6

1,964.8

2,188.7

2,441.8

2,677.1

2,973.3

3,285.4

3,679.1

4,195.1

4,686.1

5,058.6

5,368.7

34
35
36
37
38
39

49 Public support rate (percent) .
50 Private financial intermediation
(percent)
51 Total foreign funds

16.2

17.0

17.8

17.8

18.7

19.4

20.3

20.2

20.3

20.7

22.6

23.5

85.1
113.9

..

86.1
153.5

86.5
190.5

86.1
206.3

86.6
206.5

87.1
192.5

86.1
186.6

84.9
224.7

84.6
291.5

83.8
373.5

86.0
489.1

87.0
602.3

Corporate equities not included above
52 Total market value
53
Mutual fund shares
54 Other equities . .

, ...

55 Held by financed institutions
56 Other holdings .

...

1,052.0
46.5
1,005.5

995.5
45.5
950.0

1,028.6
46.0
982.5

1,231.3
51.8
1,179.5

1,634.1
61.8
1,572.3

1,564.7
59.8
1,504.9

1,797.8
76.9
1,720.9

2,134.0
112.1
2.021.9

2,158 2
136.7
2,021.5

2,824 5
240.2
2,584.3

3,361 5
413.5
2,948.0

3,358.3
452.8
2,905.5

256.0
795.9

248.3
747.2

282.7
745.9

324.5
906.8

404.1
1,230.0

396.6
1,168.1

476.7
1,321.1

610.6
1,523.4

618.1
1,540.1

797.8
2,026.7

968.8
2,392.7

1,018.0
2,340.2

NOTES BY LINE NUMBER

1. Line 1 of table 41, part A.
6. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
12. Credit market funds raised by federally sponsored credit agencies, and net issues of federally related mortgage pool securities.
14. Line 1 less line 2 plus lines 12 and 13. Also line 21 less line 28 plus line 34.
Also sum of lines 29 and 48 less lines 41 and 47.
19. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
27. Line 40 less lines 41 and 47.
28. Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes line 20.
30. Foreign deposits at commercial banks, plus bank borrowings from foreign
branches, plus liabilities of foreign banking offices to foreign affiliates, net of
claims on foreign affiliates and deposits by domestic banking institutions in
foreign banks.




31. Demand deposits and note balances at commercial banks.
32. Excludes net investment of these reserves in corporate equities.
33. Mainly retained earnings and net miscellaneous liabilities.
34. Line 14 less 21 plus line 28.
35-39. Lines 15-19 less amounts acquired by private finance plus amounts borrowed by private finance. Line 39 includes mortgages.
41. Mainly an offset to line 10.
48. Sum of lines 34 and 40, or line 14 less line 29 plus lines 41 and 47.
49. Line 2 divided by lines 1 and 13.
50. Line 21 divided by line 14.
51. Sum of lines 11 and 30.
52. 54. Includes issues by financial institutions.

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41. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category or sector

1976

1977

1978 | 1979 | 1980

1981

1982

1983 j 1,984 | 1985

1986

| 1987

Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizatians
1 Total financial assets .

3,959.2 4,310.6 4,823.8 5,586.7 6,566.6 7,122.1 7,719.3 8,472.9 9,117.9 10,187.9 11,062,5 11,512.0

2 Deposits and credit market
instruments'
....
Deposits
Checkable deposits and currency . . .
Small time and savings deposits . . .
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
...

1,410.6
1,059.4
183.6
837.1
3.7
35.1

3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

21
22
23
24
25

....

Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
,
Equity in noncorporate business
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

351.1
133.7
122.7
72.0
50.7
11.0
70.1
76.9
63.7
6.7

384.4
146.1
136.2
76.8
59.4
10,0
68.6
77.9
71.6
20.3

436.1
173.5
156.6
80.7
75.9
16.9
71.2
73.7
82.9
34.7

519.9
223.3
186.9
79.9
107.0
36.5
81.7
72.0
99.4
43.5

690.2
341.1
293.1
68.3
224.8
48.0
123.8
54.6
144.6
26.1

783 0
400.5
363.1
71.5
291.6
37.4
162.9
43.2
146.0
30.5

752.0
41.4
710.6

706.6
40.4
666.3

703.2
41.1
662.1

857.4 1,163.9 1,102.0 1,241.7
44.8
52.1
52.6
66.7
812.6 1,111.8 1,049.4 1,175.0

1,422.5
98.0
1,324.5

175.3
507.5
1,061.6
6.3
46.0

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

18 Corporate equities
19 Mutual fund shares
20 Other corporate equities

1,569.2 1,754.2 1,965.1 2,159.9 2,398.5 2,641.2 2,936.6 3,352.9 3,690.4 3,945.3 4,225.8
1,184.8 1,318.1 1,445.2 1,608.5 1,788.7 1,951.0 2,153.6 2,435.6 2,616.6 2,858.9 2,993.1
230.7
256.1 271.6
296.5
314.5
351.4
357.9
407.0
202.5
506.7
520.8
998.3 1,058.2 1,140.7 1,188.2 1,322.5 1,532.6 1,655.9 1,829.8 1,946.2 2,020.8
932.6
158.4
202.4
214.5
9.4
40.0
64.9
155.6
189.4
3.4
257.1
284.2
148.3
124.6
46.2
79.7
90.9 131.2
111.2
179.5 165.3
148.8
167,2

184.8
560.3
1,231.4
5.3
52.9

551.4
246.9
205.5
72.5
133.0
41.4
88.4
58.8
116.5
40.9

609.8
288.4
242.3
68.2
174.1
46.2
99.8
54.0
133.9
33.5

196.0
206.7 216.4
225.6
232.8
240.8
661.5
767.1 916.1
996.9 1,170.6 1,378.1
1,441.6 1,714.1 2,023.1 2,307.8 2,331.2 2,375.5
7.8
9.6
14.8
12.7
16.4
18.8
59.5
66.7
72.4
78.5
85.3
100.6

917 3 1,073 8 1,086.4 1 232 7
4<)S.O 551.7
551.9
5995
4-12.6
473.7
485.4 518,9
74.5
79.8
93,3
101,1
368.1 393.9
392.1 417,8
:>2.4
78.0
66.4
80,6
192.2 240.1
231.9
285.6
48.4
60.9
95.6
118,6
131.4
150.9
147.1
146.1
30.4
70.2
59.9
83.0

1,438.3
i:,7.7
1,320.6

1,890.1 2,210.2 2,151.4
203.0
365.5
396.2
1,687.0 1,844.8 1 755.1

24-6.0
256.7
274.2
1,512.6 1,791.3 2,054.4
2,4:3.0 2,397.5 2,379.7
18.1
30.6
39.3
316.9
131.4
159.5

289.8
2,235.3
2,392.5
32.9
184.5

26 Total liabilities

887.8 1,028.7 1,197.9 1,376.3 1,507.3 1,635.5 1,724.3 1,922.4 2,149.7 2,454.9 2,739.4 2,904.3

27 Credit market instruments
28 Home mortgages . . . .
29 Consumer installment credit
30 Other consumer credit .
31 Tax exempt debt
32 Other mortgages . . . . .
33 Bank loans n.e.c
34 Other loans

851.7
529.4
188.7
55.2
4.7
25.6
14.7
33.4

35 Security credit
...
36 Trade credit
37 Deferred and unpaid life
insurance premiums

116



....
....

989.2 1,154.7
619.2
727.7
223.7
264.7
58.3
64.0
8.1
10.7
26.7
28.1
17.5
20.0
35.7
39.5

1,329.0 1,450.0 1,575.4 1,657.2
846.9
943.3 1,023.0 1,064.6
300.3
300.4
332.1
315.9
80.3
83.5
71.1
74.0
29.6
13.6
16.7
21.1
36.4
29.6
31.5
33.8
21.7
29.5
35.5
37.9
73.2
45.9
54.7
65.8

1,844.6 2,074.3
1,174.6 1.3C3.0
379.7
453.2
92.4
1C9.3
41.0
51.2
38.9
41.4
41.5
36.7
76.5
79.4

2,360.4 2,635.1 2,810.3
1,451.2 1,647,0 1,847.2
531.0
586.3
623.6
126.2
136.7
77.3
81.3
79.1
78.7
43.8
46.1
48.4
43.7
51.5
47.9
83.3
88.4
87.1

17.2
10.5

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

51.3
28.0

59.9
30.5

45.8
33.4

8.4

9.3

10.3

11.7

12.9

14.7

15.5

16.1

15.1

15.2

13.9

14.8

41. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1976

1977

1978

1979

38 Total financial assets

612.9

672.7

765.7

897.7

1,012,9

1,098.6

1,124.2

1,242.3

39 Liquid assets . ,
40 Demand deposits and currency . . . .
41 Time deposit^
42 Money market fund shares
43 Security repurchase agreements . . .
44 Foreign deposits
45 U S . government securities
46 Tax exempt obligations
47 Commercial paper

139.8
56.4
24.4
' '7.6
7.4
16.4
3.4
24.7

143.6
59.2
29.2
.2
8.3
8.7
10.0
3.5
24.5

159.8
57.7
31.2
.6
13.7
16.7
11.5
3.7
24.8

185.8
60.3
35.9
3.0
16.3
21.8
18.1
3.7
26.7

213.5
65.1
42.4
7.0
22.9
24.6
23.7
3.5
24.4

254.9
65.4
59.8
18.4
22.9
23.0
27.7
3.5
34.3

297.3
73.8
71.5
19.0
26.6
22.6
38.0
3.5
42.2

48 Consumer credit
49 Mutual fund shares
50 Trade credit

17.1
1.0
275.8

19.4
.8
310.9

20.6
.6
367.4

21.8
1.1
437.3

22.0
1.5
485.5

23.9
1.6
508.7

51 Miscellaneous assets
52 Foreign direc1 investments2
53 Insurance receivables
54 Equity in sponsored agencies

179.2
126.6
23.4
.5
28.8

198.0
135.4
27.8
.5
34.3

217.2
151.8
33.4
.6
31.4

251.7
178.2
38.9
.6
33.9

290.4
208.5
43.6
.6
37.7

56 Total liabilities

Transaction category or sector

1980

1981

1982

1983 | 1984

1985

1986

1987

1,352.0

1,458.9

1,571.0

1,676.0

351.4
80.4
88.1
11.2
37.9
25.7
51.0
4.2
52.9

388.0
87.1
101.4
16.1
33.3
20.6
63.2
4.1
62.3

415.1
96.9
110.8
12.8
37.3
18.5
67.5
4.9
66.3

472.2
108.3
120.5
14.0
47.0
24.5
78.0
8.0
71.9

513.4
105.7
138.6
13.3
61.8
22.2
87.5
10.5
73.6

24.4
3.1
493.0

27.7
4.5
555.3

31.5
7.2
601.6

34.7
12.5
636.9

35.6
15.0
649.2

23.8
12.9
702.9

309.5
224.8
47.3
.6
36.7

306.5
213.3
50.0
.7
42.4

303.4
215.9
53.5
.7
33.3

323.7
221.9
58.7
.7
42.4

359.8
237.2
68.6
.8
53.2

399.0
262.2
78.6
.9
57.2

423.1
300.0
83.3
1.3
38.5

Nonfinancial corporate business

829.5

924.6

1,070.8

1,233.1

1,376.7

1,532.3

1,608.8

1,731.0

1,989.7

2,213.0

2,431.7

2,649.5

57 Credit market instruments . .
58 Tax exempt oebt23
59 Corporate bonds
60 Mortgages .
61
Home mortgages
62
Multifamily
63
Commercial
64 Bank loans n e e
65 Loans from foreign
....
66 Commercial paper
67 Acceptance liability to banks . .
68 Nonbank finance loans
69 U S . government loans

586.2
9.2
276.6
68.6
5.0
30.0
33.6
170.8
.5
11.0
5.1
40.3
4.1

656.9
17.4
299.5
72.3
6.8
32.0
33.5
190.8
.6
12.8
5.7
53.8
4.0

739.9
25.0
320.6
76.9
7.6
34.7
34.6
225.1
.9
15.5
5.0
65.3
5.7

834.8
35.0
337.9
78.4
7.0
37.2
34.2
266.8
2.9
24.5
6.9
75.4
6.9

912.0
45.9
365.6
80.6
6.0
40.6
34.0
291.7
4.2
28.0
8.5
79.1
8.4

1,018.0
59.3
388.3
78.7
4.5
41.4
32.7
326.3
13.1
42.7
10.7
89.3
9.6

1,087.6
74.5
407.0
77.4
5.1
40.8
31.6
363.0
15.6
37.6
10.3
91.3
10.9

1,150.9
83.9
423.0
80.9
8.4
41.6
30.9
381.3
18.3
36.8
13.8
102.4
10.4

1,347.0
104.4
469.2
81.3
8.7
41.8
30.7
445.3
31.3
58.5
15.2
130.1
11.6

1,519.1
127.0
542.9
81.7
9.2
41.7
30.8
482.2
32.9
72.2
14.2
151.7
14.2

1,709.0
117.1
664.2
84.4
11.1
42.2
31.1
538.3
43.9
62.9
14.1
169.3
14.8

1,866.7
116.2
763.6
86.6
12.2
42.9
31.5
551.3
48.1
73.8
16.6
198.8
11.7

69 Profit taxes payable
70 Trade debt
71 Foreign direct investment in
United States

21.8
190.7

20.3
212.8

24.6
263.9

27.1
316.7

25.3
356.3

18.5
387.1

4.5
392.0

10.2
432.8

10.9
467.2

9.1
500.2

10.2
503.2

11.2
521.8

30.8

34.6

42.5

54.5

83.0

108.7

124.7

137.1

164.6

184.6

209.3

249.9

85.1

98.0

103.5

120.6

129.2

121.6

101.0

122.5

134.4

136.7

146.0

181.1

354.3
231.8
444.3

389.1
267.8
500.9

422.5
317.4
605.8

451.4
383.5
727.2

492.1
420.0
801.6

526.3
491.7
897.3

558.9
528.7
925.3

587.9
563.1
1,006.1

654.9
692.1
1,170.2

751.6
767.4
1,276.7

865.7
843.2
1,356.6

966.5
900.2
1,433.1

60.5

59.2

57.1

54.1

54.0

51.7

51.4

51.1

48.6

49.5

50.7

51.8

39.5

40.8

42.9

45.9

46.0

48.3

48.6

48.9

51.4

50.5

49.3

48.2

31.5

28.7

26.4

25.6

26.6

28.4

32.1

34,9

33.2

32,5

34.8

35.8

....

MEMO
72 Net trade credit
73
74
75
76
77
78

Debt subtotals
Securities and mortgages
Loans and short-term paper
Total short-term liabilities4
Ratios (percent)
Long-term debt to total credit
market debt
Short-term debt to total credit
market debt
Liquid assets to short-term
liabilities
....




117

42. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures
1977-100; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted

1986
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Industrial production, total

125.1

126.4

125.5

123.9

124.7

124.3

124.1

124.8

124.9

124.5

125.3

125.7

126.8

Market groupings
2 Products, total
3 Final total
4
Consumer goods . . . .
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate
,
7 Materials

133.3
132 5
124.0
143 6
136.2
113.8

134.0
134.0
123.6
147 7
134.2
115.9

133.2
132.9
122.9
146.1
134.2
115.0

131.7
131.0
121.4
143.7
134.0
113.2

132.8
132.2
123.8
143.3
134.9
113.7

132.5
131 7
123.8
142 1
135.1
113.2

132.2
131 0
123.7
140 8
136.3
113.0

133.4
132 3
124.5
142 7
137.1
113.2

133.6
13? 7
125.0
14? 8
136.8
113.1

133.1
132.1
123.6
143 4
136.4
112,9

134.1
132 9
124.8
143 7
138 3
113.3

134.1
132 9
125.0
143 4
138 1
114.3

135.2
134 1
126.6
144 0
1392
115.2

129 1

129.3

128.6

127.4

128.7

128 5

128 3

129 2

129 2

129 2

129 7

130 1

131 3

79.7
78.6
1580
120.7
100 9
96.3
91 2
129.0

80.7
80.5
141.0
119.8
1020
97.1
91 8
127.2

80.2
79.8
168.0
119.9
101.7
96.9
91 7
127.5

79.2
78.5
153.0
120.0
101.4
96.7
91 4
127.8

79.9
78.7
165.0
120.2
101.4
96.7
91.4
128.1

79.6
78.3
1590
120.4
101 0
96.5
91 3
128 5

79.3
78.0
160 0
120.3
100 6
96.2
90 9
128.5

79.7
78.1
158 0
120.6
100 5
96.1
90 7
129.0

79.5
77. ?
161 3
120,?
100 5
96.0
90 7
129 3

79.4
77.7
156 0
121.2
1004
96.0
90 7
1300

795
77.9
153 0
121.4
100 3
95.9
90 6
1302

796
78.5
164 0
121.7
100 4
95 9
90 7
130 6

80,2
79,1
161 0
122,0
100 5
960
909
1309

219 7
210.7
177 4
218.9
199 5

214 0
205.8
176 2
213.5
195 7

215.2
206.6
175 6
214.9
194 2

216.7
208.2
178.1
216.5
193 5

218.8
207.8
176.2
218.9
194.7

218 6
208.5
176 7
218.6
197 0

2190 2198
209.7 210.6
176 5 176 8
218.6 219.2
197 0 197 9

220 6
211.3
177 5
219.3
20C 4

221 6
212.5
177 7
220.6
211 7

222 7 223 7
214.5 215.8
180 1 178 6
221 A 222,0
201 1 200 6

225 4
216.5
178 9
223 2
209 9

109.6
103.2

109.6
105.5

109.3
104.0

108.8
102.6

108.6
102.3

108.9
102.9

109.5
103.1

109.5
102.5

109.7
102/?

110.2
102.4

110 3
103.6

1104
103.6

110 5
103.5

1 Industrial production, total

129.8

126.2

127.1

127.4

127.4

128.2

129.1

130.6

i3i.;t

131.0

132.5

133.0

133.6

Market groupings
2 Products, total . .
3 Final, total
4
Consumer goods . . . .
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate
7 Materials

138.3
136.8
127.7
148 8
143.5
118 2

134.5
133.3
125.5
143 5
138.8
114 9

136.0
134.8
126.4
1460
139.9
114.9

136.4
135.1
126.7
1462
140.9
115 2

135.8
134.5
125.5
146.4
140.3
115.9

1369
135,5
127.3
146 3
141.8
116 3

137 8
136.2
127.2
148 1
143.3
1172

139 5
137.9
128 9
149 7
145.0
1185

139 <>
138/1
129 A
150,?
145. "i

119/-

139 4
137.8
127 7
151 2
144.9
119 7

140 9
139.3
1290
153 0
146,1
121 2

1409
139.1
129 1
152 4
147 2
122 2

141 1
139.2
129 3
152 4
147 7
173 3

134.6

130.7

131.6

132.4

132.4

133.2

134.0

135.6

135,9

135.7

137.3

137 9

138 5

Capacity utilization (percent)
9 Manufacturing . . ,
10 Industrial materials industries . 2 .
.
11 Construction contracts (1982= 100)
3
12 Nonagricultural employment, total
13 Goods-producing, total
14
Manufacturing, total
15
Manufacturing, production-worker
16 Service-producing

81 1
80.5
161 0
124.1
101 8
96.8
92.1
133.4

79.6
78.7
158 0
122,2
100.6
95.9
90.8
131.3

80.0
78.7
1590
122.5
100.8
96.0
91.0
131.6

80.3
78.7
167.0
122.8
100.8
96.1
91.1
132.0

80.2
79.1
157.0
123.2
101.0
96.2
91.2
132.5

804
79.3
157 0
123.5
101 3
96.4
91 4
132.8

80 8
79.8
167 0
123.8
101 4
96.4
91 5
133.2

81 5
80.6
165 0
124.2
101 8
96.9
92 0
133.6

81 <
81.1
174 C
124,5
102 1
97,1
922
133.S

81 3
81.2
160 0
124.8
102 3
97,3
92 5
134.2

82 0
82 1
1640
125,3
102 8
97,7
92 8
134.8

82 2
82 9
157 0
125 7
103 2
98.0
91 2
135.1

82 6
83 6
1S7 0
126 1
103 5
98,1
<)3 1

17 Personal income, total4
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income4
21 Retail sales (1977== 100)5

235.1
226 2
183 8
232.7
209.3

226.5
217.8
179 9
225.9
195.3

229.1
219.7
1806
228.4
205.3

230.4
221.3
182 5
229.5
206.0

231.7
222.1
180 9
224 .1
207.5

232.4 233.1 235.1
223 6 224 6 226 1
181 9 182 3 183 1
231 3 230 6 232 6
207.8 210.6 211.9

236.6
228 3
184 5
233 9
216.5

237.7 242.4
229 3 231 7
186 5 187 4
234 9 240 1
212.9 211.2

241.6
233 3
188 3
239 0
211.9

245.0
216 8
188 ">
242 I
214.2

113.6
105 4

111.2
1040

111.6
104.1

112,1
104.3

112.7
105.1

113.1
105 4

114.4
105 9

115.0
105 7

115 4
106 3

115 4
105 8

..
......

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing
Capacity utilization (percent)'
9 Manufacturing , . , .
10 Industrial materials industries
11 Construction contracts (1982= 100)2
12 Nonagricultural employment, total3
13 Goods-producing total
14
Manufacturing, total .
15
Manufacturing production-worker
16 Service-producing . . . .

.

17 Personal income total4
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income4
21 Retail sales (1977 = 100)5
22
23

Prices6
Consumer (1982-=84= 100)
Producer finished goods (1982= 100)

1987

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

.
1

22
23

.

Prices6
Consumer (1982-84= 100)
Producer finished goods (1982= 100)

118



. . .

113.5
105 5

113.8
106 0

115 3
106 2

ns.6

43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1987
A. Output
1977 = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

..

7 Industrial materials3
8 Durable goods
9
Metal
10 Nondurable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy materials

.
. .

128.2

130.9

133.0

98.8
108.1

99.0
108.3

100.6
111.6

103.2
112.5

134.7

131.6

133.2

135.7

137.9

114.3
142.0

116.1
143.5

119.2
145.8

122.1
147.5

115.0

116.5

119.2

122.5

125.0
81.4
125.9
127.7
141.0
128.4
99.8

. . . .

126.9

121.4
74.7
121.2
122.3
136.4
122.9
98.3

122.9
77.0
124.0
125.1
137.7
125.3
98.7

125.7
83.8
128.2
130.5
144.6
130.2
100.0

130.3
91.4
130.1
133.0
145.1
135.5
102.1

Year

..

5 Primary processing' 2
6 Advanced processing

Q4

118.2

4 Manufacturing

Q3

117.9
144.8

....

Q2

100.7
110.3

1 Total industry
2 Mining
3 Utilities

Qi

129.8

Series

Q.

Q2

Q3

Q4

B. Capacity
1977 output- 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Series
1 Total industry

160.9

159.5

160.4

161.3

162.2

2 Mining
3 Utilities

129.4
138.6

130.4
137.7

129.7
138.3

129.0
138.8

128.9
139.4

4 Manufacturing

166,1

164.5

165.6

166.7

167.7

139.4
182.2

138.2
180.3

139.0
181.6

139.8
182.9

140.6
184.1

........

146.9

146.1

146.7

147.2

147.8

...

163.5
109.7
144.3
143.9
144.5
150.4
120.1

162.3
110.6
142.9
142.4
142.8
148.8
120.3

163.1
110.0
143.8
143.4
143.9
149.8
120.2

163.9
109.4
144.7
144.4
145.1
150.9
120.1

164.7
108.9
145.6
145.4
146.2
152.0
119.9

5 Primary processing'
6 Advanced processing2

..

7 Industrial materials**
8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nondurable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy materials

...
....

C. Capacity utilization4
Percent; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

80.7

79.5

79.9

81.2

82.1

77.8
79.5

75.8
78.5

76.3
78.3

78.0
80.5

81.2
80.6

4 Manufacturing

81.1

80.0

80.5

81.4

82.3

5 Primary processing1 2
6 Advanced processing

84.6
79.4

82.7
78.7

83.5
79.0

85.3
79.7

86.9
80,1

7 Industrial materials3

80.5

78.7

79.4

81.0

82.9

76.5
74.5
87.2
88.7
97.5
85.4
83.1

74.8
67.5
84.8
85.9
95.5
82.6
81.7

75.4
70.0
86.2
87.2
95.7
83.6
82.1

76.7
76.5
88.6
90.4
99.6
86.3
83.3

79.1
84.0
893
91.5
99.2
89.1
85.2

Series
1 Total industry
2 Mining
3 Utilities

8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nonudrable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy materials




....

..

...

119

44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted

1983

Category
Year [ Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar.

| Apr.

[ May | June | July | Aug.

| Sept. | Oct. [ Nov.

[ Dec,

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1 . . .

176,414 175,543 175,693 175,850 175,9% 176,151 176,320 176,498 176,648 176,811 176,990 177,151 177,325
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

113,749 112,884 112,822 112,781 113,030 112,994 114,074 113,948 114,439 114,507 114,137 114,428 114,531
111,550 110,695 110,634 110,587 110,828 110,796 111,879 111,756 112,231 112,298 111,926 112,228 112,327
97,450 95,722 95,707 95,819 96,219 96,314 97,171 97,727 98,106 98,669 98,736 99,438 99,664
3,383 3,439 3,382 3,360 3,341 3,328 3,462 3,481 3,502 3,347 3,303 3,291 3,332
10,717 11,534 11,545 11,408 11,268 11,154 11,246 10,548 10,623 10,282 9,887 9,499 9,331
9.6
10.4
10.4
10.3
10.2
10.1
10.1
9.4
9.5
9.2
8.8
8.5
8.3
62,665 62,659 62,871 63,069 62,966 63,157 62,246 62,550 62,209 62,304 62,853 62,723 62,794

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Manufacturing
Mining
Contract construction
Transportation and public utilities
Trade
Finance
Service
Government

90,200 88,807 88,715 88,919 89,244 89,558 89,970 90,404 90,065 91,214 91,457 91,771 92,131
18,434
952
3,948
4,954
20,881
5,468
19,694
15,870

18,043
992
3,883
4,978
20,454
5,372
19,213
15,872

18,038
967
3,807
4,965
20,465
5,389
19,228
15,856

18,062
956
3,779
4,979
20,533
5,398
19,352
15,860

18,160
945
3,813
4,991
20,606
5,423
19,459
15,847

18,271
938
3,842
4,996
20,680
5,433
19,523
15,875

18,347
937
3,904
5,000
20,792
5,448
19,656
15,886

18,475
943
3,958
5,002
20,914
5,474
19,765
15,873

18,519
942
4,001
4,366
21,013
5,496
19,855
15,873

18,657
942
4,038
5,052
21,124
5,523
19,966
15,912

18,784
953
4,072
5,046
21,205
5,533
20,015
15,849

18,889
953
4,107
5,033
21,304
5,552
20,086
15,847

18,962
956
4,125
5,039
21,423
5,574
20,183
15,869

1984

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1

178,602 177,733 177,882 178,033 178,185 178,337 178,501 178,669 178,821 179,005 179,181 179,353 179,524

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)1 .
3
Civilian labor force
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries2
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
Rate (percent of civilian labor force)
8 Not in labor force

115,763 114,413 114,833 114,920 115,345 115,834 116,048 116,176 115,930 116,078 116,240 116,403 116,788
113,544 112,213 112,630 112,711 113,129 113,620 113,831 113,947 113,692 13,836 114,015 114,185 114,570
101,685 99,901 100,473 100,739 101,056 101,840 102,233 102,089 101,872 02,090 102,439 102,585 102,825
3,321 3,296 3,354 3,234 3,309 3,319 3,377 3,340 3,295 3,388 3,195 3,400 3,387
8,539 9,016 8,803 8,738 8,764 8,461 8,221 8,518 8,525 8,358 8,381 8,200 8,358
7.4
7.7
7.2
7.5
7.5
7.3
7.4
7.2
7.3
7.8
7.8
7.5
8.0
62,839 63,320 63,049 63,113 62,840 62,503 62,453 62,493 62,891 62,927 62,941 62,950 62,736

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Manufacturing
Mining
Contract construction
Transportation and public utilities
Trade
Finance
Service
Government

120



94,496 92,568 93,072 93,359 93,719 94,041 94,433 94,752 94,988 95,324 95,587 95,936 96,082
19,378
966
4,383
5,159
22,100
5,689
20,797
16,023

19,057
960
4,189
5,088
21,571
5,585
20,255
15,863

19,163
962
4,290
5,100
21,691
5,607
20,373
15,886

19,261
963
4,264
5,124
21,768
5,628
20,462
15,889

19,330
963
4,300
5,129
21,861
5,638
20,568
15,930

19,381
968
4,334
5,147
21,913
5,654
20,674
15,970

19,435
974
4,388
5,168
22,032
5,676
20,770
15,990

19,511
975
4,413
5,169
22,137
5,692
20,823
16,032

19,516
978
4,427
5,187
22,198
5,712
20,880
16,090

19,468
975
4,458
5,192
22,308
5,730
21,048
16,145

19,486
963
4,468
5,200
22,430
5,756
21,139
16,145

19,468
957
4,496
5,196
22,621
5,780
21,242
16,176

19,489
947
4,532
5,204
22,636
5,804
21,316
16,154

44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment—Continued
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted

1985

Catesorv
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1

180,440 179,600 179,742 179,891 180,024 180,171 180,322 180,492 180,657 180,831 181,011 181,186 181,349
1

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces) . . . 117,695 116,976 117,129 117,535
115,461 114,760 114,903 115,311
3 Civilian labor force
Employment
2
103,971 102,965 103,248 103,730
4
Nonagricultural industries
3,179 3,331 3,325 3,260
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
8,330 8,321
8,312 8,464
6
Number
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.4
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force) . .
62,745 62,624 62,613 62,356
8 Not in labor force

117,563 117,438 117,247 117,518 117,563 118,140 118,328 118,401 118,556
115,338 115,211 115,021 115,289 115,311 115,881 116,087 116,155 116,319
103,623 103,669 103,460 103,675 103,984 104,576 104,729 104,927 105,016
3,319
3,134 3,141
3,238 3,147
3,059 3 059 3 073 3 147
8,304
8,414
8,396
8,480 8,186 8,246 8,299 8,155
8,156
7.3
7.3
7.2
7.1
7.1
7.1
7.0
7.0
62,461 62,733 63,075 62,974 63,094 62,691 62.683 62.785 62.793

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3

97,519 96,371

96,501

96,852

97,017

97,293 97,428 97,606 97,811 98,040 98,206 98,432

19,260 19,474 19,423 19,400 19,336 19,298 19,264 19,231 19,199
927
947
946
944
950
944
937
928
920
4,673 4,577 4,548 4,616 4,649 4,665
4,661 4 668 4,692
5,238 5,215 5,224 5,215 5,227 5,235 5,240 5,245 5,229
23,073 22,684 22,755 22,883 22,946 23,046 23,107 23,115 23,184
5,955
5,821 5,841 5,868 5,890
5,913
5,936 5,959 5,986
22,000 21,451 21,540 21,662 21,738 21,861 21,931 21,989 22,130
16,394 16,202 16,224 16,264 16,281 16,331 16,352 16,471 16,471

10 Manufacturing
1 1 Mining
°
12 Contract constriction
13 Transportation ;ind public utilities
14 Trade
15 Finance
16 Service
17 Government

19,129
912
4,725
5,247
23,212
6,015
22,265
16,535

19 133
905
4 742
5,255
23250
6,045
22,363
16,513

19 119
896
4 752
5,258
23307
6,081
22489
16,530

98,623
19,121
890
4 763
5,263
23,355
6,110
22,565
16,556

1986
HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
182,822 181,898 182,055 182,223 182,387 182,545 182,732 182,906 183,074 183,261 183,450 183,628 183,815

1 Noninstitutional population'
1

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces) . . . 120,078 118,979 119,185
117,834 116,751 116,951
3 Civilian labor force
Employment
2
106,434 105,597 105,427
4
Nonagricultural industries
3,163
3,307
3,097
5
Agriculture
..
. . .
Unemployment
8,237 7,847 8,427
6
Number
7.0
6.7
7.2
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force) . .
62,744 62,919 62,870
8 Not in labor force

119,421 119,573 119,715 120,341 120,339 120,396 120,609 120,688 120,936 120,844
117,183 117,334 117,481 118,112 118,115 118,150 118,345 118,424 118,671 118,576
105,640 105,793 105,938 106,495 106,710 106,929 106,883 107,052 107,224 107,504
3,213 3,168 3,099 3,176 3,127 3,106 3,164 3,142 3,233 3,153
8,330 8,373 8,444 8,441 8,278 8,115 8,298 8,230 8,214 7,919
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.1
7.0
6.9
7.0
6.9
6.9
6.7
62,802 62,814 62,830 62,391 62,567 62,678 62,652 62,762 62,692 62,971

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3 . . .
10 Manufacturing
1 1 Mining
12 Contract construction
13 Transportation and public utilities
14 Trade
15 Finance
16 Service
17 Government




....

99,610

98,788 98,887 98,973 99,136

99,262

99,170 99,457 99,608 99,963 100,120 100,349 100,571

18,994 19,117 19,086 19,047 19,032 19,003 18,945 18,914 18,901
765
842
739
782
812
783
759
871
889
4,904 4,826 4,795 4,799 4,835 4,802 4,789 4,803 4,817
5,250 5,257
5,244
5,155 5,256 5,228
5,266 5,261 5,259
23,580 23,386 23,422 23,478 23,528 23,614 23,616 23,728 23,797
6,186
6,216 6,244 6,274 6,306 6,330
6,297 6,124 6,159
23,099 22,612 22,676 22,753 22,848 22,915 22,996 23,074 23,158
16,710 16,568 16,617 16,609 16,615 16,645 16,630 16,617 16,638

18,892
724
4,813
5,267
23,847
6,354
23,255
16,811

18,879
721
4,828
5,265
23,877
6,374
23,354
16,822

18,879
715
4 835
5,292
23,925
6,398
23,447
16 858

18,896
709
4,866
5,299
23,954
6,432
23,542
16,873

121

44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment—Continued
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted

1987
Category
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1 . . .

185,010 184,092 184,259 184,436 184,597 184,777 184,941 185,127 185,264 :;85,428 185,575 185,737 185,882

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)1 .
3
Civilian labor force
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries2
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force)
8 Not in labor force

122,122 121,243 121,491 121,503 121,616 122,151 121,846 122,132 122,568 122,230 122,651 122,861 122,984
119,865 118,978 119,230 119,246 119,363 119,907 119,608 119,890 120,306 ! 19,963 120,387 120,594 120,722
109,232 107,840 108,119 108,218 108,556 109,065 109,108 109,427 109,907 109,688 109,961 110,332 110,529
3,208
3,174
3,225
3,237
3,250
3,269
3,192 3,212 3,143 3,184
3,249 3,172 3,215
7,425
6.2

7,964
6.7

7,886
6.6

7,791
6.5

7,557
6.3

7,573
6.3

7,308
6.1

7,251
6.0

7,256
6.0

7,091
5.9

7,177
6.0

7,090
5.9

6,978
5,8

62,888 62,849 62,768 62,933 62,981 62,626 63,095 62,995 62,696 63,198 62,924 62,876 62,898

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Manufacturing
Mining
Contract construction . .
Transportation and public utilities
Trade
Finance
Service
Government

122



102,105 100,795 101,016 10,1260 101,615 101,829 102,078 102,430 102,672 102,906 103,371 103,678 104,001
19,112

742
5,032
5,377
24056
6 588
24,136
17 063

18,870

18,902

18,913

18,942

18,970

704

703

705

711

716

4,927
5,304
23,988
6445
23,668
16 889

4,928
5,316
24,076
6466
23,743
16 882

4,918
5,331
24,134
6491
23,858
16 910

4,943
5,354
24,223
6518
23,962
16962

4,967
5,356
24,258
6 539
24,053
16 970

18,982

19,069 19,111
719
722
728
4,983 4,997 5,012
5,363
5,373 5,394
24,341 24,417 24,461
6 553 6570 6 581
24,153 24,273 24,369
16 984 17 009 17 016

19,156 19,225 19,297 19 348
734
740
736
7°3i5
5,012 5,060 5,090 5 118
5,427 5,448
5,466 5,481
24,519 24,640 24,719 24 768
6 588 6 604 6608 6619
24,415 24,524 24,604 24 725
17 055 17 130 17 158 17 207

45. Industrial production1
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1985

1977
proportion

1985
avg,

100.00

123.7

122.4

122.9

123.3

123.1

123.7

123.5

123.4

57.72
44.77
25.52
19.25
12.94
42.28

130.6
131.0
119.8
145.8
129.3
114.3

128.1
128.8
117.8
143.6
125.6
114.6

129.0
129.6
118.7
144.2
126.7
114.7

129.7
130.1
119.2
144.6
128.0
114.7

129.6
130.0
118.2
145.8
127.9
114.2

130.7
131.3
119.5
146.9
128.9
114.0

130.3
130.5
119.3
145.3
129.6
114.2

130.5
130.9
119.3
146.3
129.0
113.7

6.89
2.98
1.79
1.16
.63
1.19
3.91
1.24
1.19
.96
1.71

112.5
114.1
112.0
98.9
98.9
117.2
111.2
128.0
128.7
119.8
94.3

110.8
111.9
109,9
99.4
129.5
114.8
109.9
126.9
127.4
111.8
96.6

111.2
112.8
108,7
97.2
130.0
119.0
110.0
127.2
127.5
115.3
94.6

112.5
114.0
110.7
101.2
128.4
119.0
111.3
129.3
129.2
117.8
94.7

110.8
111.0
107.4
99.4
122.4
116.3
110.7
126.9
127.0
119.3
94.3

112.4
113.6
111.0
99.8
131.9
117.3
111.6
131.3
131.0
117.4
94.0

112.3
113.5
110.8
97.9
134.6
117.6
111.5
129.5
129.9
120.4
93.4

19 Nondurable consumer goods
20 Consumer staples
..
21
Consumer foods and tobacco
22
Nonfood staples
23
Consumer chemical products
24
Consumer paper products
25
Consumer energy
26
Consumer fuel
27
Residential utilities .

18.63
15.29
7.80
7.49
2.75
1.88
2.86
1.44
1.42

122.5
128.7
129.2
128.2
146.7
142.0
101.3
88.6
114,3

120.3
126,2
126.6
125.9
142.7
139.3
101.0
86.5
115.8

121.4
127.5
127.5
127.5
144.3
138.3
104.4
87.5
121.7

121.6
127.8
128.1
127.5
145.5
140.7
101.4
87.6
115.4

120.9
127.2
128.1
126.2
144.8
140.4
99.0
88.8
109,5

122.1
128.3
128.4
128,2
149.3
142,9
98.3
88.2
108.7

Equipment
28 Business and defense
29 Business
30
Construction mining and farm
31
Manufacturing
....
32
Power
33
Commercial
. . .
. . . .
34
Transit
35 Defense and space
.

18.01
14.34
2.08
3.27
1.27
5.22
2.49
3.67

146,5
140.2
60.1
111.0
83.0
220,0
107.6
171.4

143.4
138.2
63.0
110.3
82.2
216.6
102.2
163.6

144.2
138.9
62.2
111.2
81.6
218.3
102.4
165.1

145.0
139.3
61.4
110.3
81.0
219.7
104.2
167.2

146.4
140.8
61.7
110.6
81.3
222.3
106.2
168.2

5.95
6.99
5.67
1.31

119.2
137.9
141.5
122.2

116.0
133.7
137.3
118.4

115.2
136.4
139.7
122.2

117.6
136.9
140.2
122.6

20.50
4.92
5.94
9.64
4,64
10.09
7.53
1.52
1.55
4.46
2.57
11.69
7.57
4.12

121.7
100.8
158.6
109.7
84.7
112.1
112.4
97.3
124.1
113.5
111.3
103.3
107.3
95.8

123.4
101.9
165.5
108.4
83.4
110.3
111.0
91.8
126.3
112.2
108.2
103.0
106.6
96.5

122.5
100.7
162.6
108.9
83.9
110.7
111.3
94.1
125.6
112.1
108.9
104.5
107,7
98.6

123.0
100.8
163.0
109.7
85.2
110.5
111.1
93.3
125.5
112.1
109.0
103,8
107.9
96.2

Groups

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

124.1

124.4

123.7

124.8

125.4

131.6
132.0
120.7
147.0
130.0
114.0

131.7
132,0
120.8
146.8
130.9
114,4

130.9
131.0
120.4
145,0
130.6
114.0

132.6
133.0
121.7
147.8
131.4
114.2

132.8
132.9
122.0
147.3
132.3
115.4

111.9
113.4
113.1
101.4
134.9
113.9
110.8
124.8
125.9
123.0
93.8

115.1
119.8
121.4
102.8
155.8
117.5
111.6
127.2
128.3
120.6
95.2

112.9
116.4
115.5
99.7
144.8
117.7
110.3
123.9
125.6
122.3
93.7

112.9
115.3
114.4
98.0
144.9
116.8
111.1
125.6
127.8
121.9
94.5

113.9
116.4
115.6
98.9
146.8
117.4
112.0
130.1
132.3
124.3
92.1

112.7
112.4
108.3
93.1
136.6
118.5
113.0
129.5
131.7
123.4
95.2

121.9
128.1
129.1
127.0
145.8
141.7
99.5
88.6
110.5

122.0
128.1
129.2
127.0
144.4
141.8
100.7
89.4
112.1

122.8
129.0
130.3
127.6
146.7
141.7
100.0
89.5
110.7

123.7
129.7
130.6
128.8
149.8
142.4
99.7
84.7
115.0

123.2
129.2
129,9
128.6
145.6
143.7
102.3
90.5
114.5

124.6
130.7
130.7
130.7
150.7
144.3
102.7
89.9
115.8

125.5
131.9
131.6
132.3
150.0
146.7
105.8
91.7
120.2

147.5
141.8
60.7
111.5
82.4
224.4
106.9
169.6

145.8
139.2
60.8
109.8
82.8
217.9
107.3
171.6

146.8
140.3
60.5
111.4
84.4
220.3
105.9
171.9

147.5
140.9
59.6
111.7
83.5
220.5
109.7
173.5

147.5
140.5
58.3
111.8
84.1
218.7
111.9
174.8

146.0
138.5
57.2
109.5
83.9
215.2
111.6
175.2

149.3
142.2
58.0
110.9
83.8
223.6
113.3
177.1

149.1
141.6
57.4
112.5
84.0
222.7
109.9
178.3

117.1
137.1
141.1
119.9

118 7
137.5
141.2
121.7

1192
138.5
141.9
123.4

119.5
137.0
140.6
121.8

1202
138.3
142.3
121.0

120.9
139.4
143.0
123.9

121.1
138.7
142.3
123.5

121 6
139.8
143.6
123.3

122.1
140.9
144.7
124.7

122.2
100.9
160.3
109.5
84.2
110.7
110.9
93.6
122.8
112.7
110.0
103.3
107.4
95.7

121.5
100,7
159.9
108.5
82.4
111.3
111.2
94.9
122.8
112.8
111.7
103.2
107.3
95.7

121.8
100.0
158.9
110.0
85.7
111.5
111.4
96.1
122.2
112.9
111.5
103.3
108.9
93.2

120.6
100.2
156.7
108.7
82.7
112.8
112.9
97.0
124.3
114.4
112.3
102.6
106,2
95.9

121.3
101.0
156.7
109.9
85.6
112.4
112.2
98.4
121.5
113.7
113.0
102.7
106.4
95.8

120.6
99.8
155.3
109.7
84.6
114.3
114.7
101.1
124.3
116.0
113.1
103.6
107.4
96.6

120.6
100.9
153.8
110.1
85.7
113.7
114.1
102.2
123.1
115.1
112.6
102.6
106.7
95.1

121.5
101.9
155.2
110.8
86.8
113.1
113.4
103.4
124.2
113.0
112.2
102.3
107.0
93.7

121.9
101.4
155.1
111.9
87.1
114.8
115.1
102.2
126.5
115.5
113.7
104.4
108.7
96.6

May

July

Aug.

Index (1977 = 100)

MAJOR MARKET
1 Total index
2 Products
3 Final products
...
4
Consumer goods
.
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
.
7 Materials
. ...
Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
.
10
Autos and trucks
11
Autos consumer
12
Trucks consumer
.. .
13
Auto parts and allied goods
14 Home goods
...
15
Appliances A/C and TV
16
Appliances and TV
17
Carpeting find furniture ,
18
Miscellaneous home goods

. .
. ..,

...
.
, ..
.....
.....

Intermediate Products
36 Construction supplies
37 Business supplies
.,
38 General business supplies
39 Commercial energy products
Materials
40 Durable goods materials . . . .
....
41 Durable consumer parts
42 Equipment parts
, . ..
43 Durable materials n e e
44
Basic metal materials
45 Nondurable goods materials . ,
....
46 Textile, paper, and chemical materials . . .
47
Textile materials
48
Pulp and paper materials
49
Chemical materials
50 Miscellaneous nondurable materials
5 1 Energy materials
.
52 Primary energy
53 Converted fuel materials . .
....




123

45. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1985

1977
proportion

1985
avg.

15.78
9.83
5.96
84.22
35.11
49.10

109.8
108.9
111.1
126.4
124.6
127.6

110.8
109.6
112.6
124.6
122.3
126.3

111.8
109.8
115.1
124.9
122.8
126.4

110.6
110.2
111.2
125.7
123.2
127.5

109.3
109.8
108.5
125.7
123.4
127.4

109.3
109.9
108.5
126.5
124.4
128.0

109.5
110.4
108.1
126.1
124.2
127.5

10
11,12
13
14

.50
1.60
7.07
.66

76.1
127.0
105.9
122.2

73.0
120.7
108.6
121.1

74.4
123.6
108.1
122.2

80.6
130.1
106.8
121.2

78.1
129.4
106.6
120.5

SIC
code

Groups

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct. | Nov. Dec.

108.8
108.0
110.1
126.1
124.4
127.4

108.$
108.1
109.5
1274
125.0
1284

110.3
108.6
113.1
127.1
126.1
127.8

108.8
107.3
111.3
126.5
1253
127.4

108.4
106.9
111.0
127.8
126.5
128.7

110,5
108,2
114.2
128.0
127.1
128.7

78.1 77.5
127.8 133.3
106.9 106.5
121.9 121.4

64.3
125.7
105.8
122.3

744
1244
105.4
121.8

75.6
127.7
105.3
123.3

77.7 80.5
124.9 125.8
103.9 102,8
123.6 124.4

79.3
129 8
104.1
122.2

July

Index (1977 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining
3 Utilities
4 Manufacturing .
5 Nondurable
6 Durable

....

1
8
9
10

Mining
Metal
Coal
Oil and gas extraction
Stone and earth minerals

11
12
13
14
15

Nondurable manufactures
Foods
Tobacco products
Textile mill products
Apparel products
Paper and products

20
21
22
23
26

7.96
.62
2.29
2.79
3.15

130.5
100.3
102.2
100.4
127.6

126.7
100.7
96 1
100.3
127.5

128.7
102.9
98.0
100.5
127.0

129 I
101.3
98 6
99.7
127.8

129.7
98.6
99 3
98.7
125.6

130.5 130.7
97.5 100.7
100.2 101 7
99.1 98.6
125.7 126.8

130.8
99.4
102.9
99.5
129.0

131 0
97.9
102 7
100.11
126.9

132.9
99.1
105 2
101.8
128.1

130.3
101.8
106 1
101.6
127.4

131.6
102.7
108 6
102.7
128.4

132 5
99.5
106 5
102.6
131.6

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
8.05
2.40
2.80
.53

151.4
126.4
86.9
146.1
68.4

147.1
125 2
85.0
145.0
68.7

147.2
124.7
85.5
145.6
67.0

149.5
125 0
84.9
144.7
68.2

150.1
125.5
86.5
145.7
68.2

152.5 151.2
127.7 126.3
86.7
86.6
144.7 144.1
69.8 69.1

149.3
126.0
87.7
145.4
68.9

152.1;
126 3
88.4
147.Q
70.:?

152.7
1284
85.1
148.5
69.4

152.7 154.9
126 6 127.6
88.7 88.3
147.1 148.2
68.1 67.0

156.0
128 0
89.5
147.3
66.0

Durable manufactures
21 Lumber and products
22 Furniture and fixtures
...
23 Clay, glass, and stone products. . .

24
25
32

2.30
1.27
2.72

114.3
138.0
114.5

109.7
132.0
111.3

108.7
137.8
111.1

110.9
136.3
111.4

111.5
136.9
114.4

113.5 115.0
137.6 138.2
114.6 115.2

115.1
141.2
115.3

116.fi
138.31
115.2

117.5
139.8
115.5

117.8 116.8
137.5 140.7
115.1 116.4

117.5
139.4
117.8

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

33
Primary metals
Iron and steel
331,2
Fabricated metal products
34
Nonelectrical machinery
35
Electrical machinery
36
Transportation equipment
37
371
Motor vehicles and parts . . . .
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment . . 372-6,9
32 Instruments
38
33 Miscellaneous manufactures . . . .
39

5.33
3.49
6.46
9.54
7.15
9.13
5.26

80.4
70.4
107.1
146.2
168.3
122.8
111.9

80.1
68.9
106.2
144.4
173.8
117.5
109.9

80.0
68.4
106.3
145.6
172.8
117.4
108.6

82.8
74.7
106.9
146.3
172.7
120.1
111.0

79.5
69.6
108.6
148.7
168.5
119.5
110.0

77.5
66.8
107.5
149.6
170.1
121.4
111.6

80.4
70.8
106.4
144.8
169.5
122.3
111.5

79.0
68.6
106.4
146.2
166.2
123.4
112.8

81.8
72.1
107.5
145.8
166.3
126.9
116.8

80.4
70.4
106.7
145.7
164.8
126.0
113.9

81.3
71.9
107.6
143.6
164.0
126.0
113.4

82.1
72.6
107.5
146.7
165.5
127.3
114.0

80.4
70.5
108.1
147.8
165.9
125.8
U0.9

3.87
2.66
1.46

137.5
139.3
96.1

127.8
138 6
96.0

129.4
137.8
95.1

132.5
138 3
95.3

132.6
138.3
96.7

134.6
139.6
96.6

137.0
140 1
96.6

137.8
1402
96.6

140.7
140 6
97.6

142.5
139 2
96.2

143.1
138.4
95.3

145.5
139.9
95.4

146.0
140 1
96.3

Utilities
34 Electric

4.17

119.7

119.8

122.5

119.5

118.3

119.9 118.4

117.8

117.4

120.5

119.4

120.3

122.5

Gross value (billions of 1982 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
35 Products, total

1,646.5 1,617.6 1,629.5 1,640.1 1,637.2 1,648.0 1,643.1 1,638.2 1,655.1 1,648.2 1,656.5 1,674.5 1,669.!)

36 Final
37 Consumer goods
38 Equipment . . . .
39 Intermediate

1,280.0 1,261.6 1,272.8 1,276.4 1,273.9 1,281.1 1,275.7 1,271.7 1,286.7
818.5 805.5 814.0 816.0 810.9 815.4 813.9 813.6 824.9
461.5 456.2 458.8 460.4 463.0 465.7 461.8 458.0 461.8'
366.5 355.9 356.7 363.8 363.3 366.9 367.4 366.5 368.4

124



1,279.7
815.8
463.9
368.5

1,284.3 1,300.8 1,295.9
824.0 834.2 835.0
460.3 466.6 460.9
372.2 373.7 374.0

45. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1986

1977
proportion

1986
avg.

100.00

125.1

126.4

1255

123.9

124.7

124.3

124.1

124.8

57.72
44.77
25.52
19 25
12.94
42.28

133.3
132,5
124,0
143.6
136,2
113,8

134.0
134.0
123.6
147.7
134.2
115.9

133.2
132.9
122.9
146.1
134.2
115.0

131.7
131.0
121.4
143.7
134.0
113.2

132.8
132.2
123.8
143.3
134.9
113.7

132.5
131.7
123.8
142.1
135.1
113.2

132.2
131.0
123.7
140.8
136.3
113.0

133.4
132.3
124.5
142.7
137.1
113.2

6.89
298
1.79
1 16
.63
1,19
3.91
1.24
1.19
.96
1.71

115.6
115,3
112.9
97.3
141.8
118.9
115.8
134.0
135.9
126.3
96.8

115.2
114.5
114.2
100.9
138.9
115.0
115.8
133.9
136.3
125.5
97.2

115.1
116.2
116.4
104.4
139.4
116.0
114.2
130.6
133.1
125.0
96.4

111.3
110.8
106.6
93.2
131.5
117.2
111.6
124.6
126.7
122.8
95.9

114.5
115.9
114.3
997
141.4
118 3
113.4
130.2
131.4
123.7
95.5

114.0
114.6
111.9
96.0
141.5
118.6
113.5
129.2
131.2
124.9
95.8

114.3
114.7
113.4
99.4
139.6
116.7
114.0
130.7
131.9
124.7
96.1

115.9
116.6
114.6
94.9
151.2
119.5
115.4
133.1
135.4
127.8
95.6

19 Nondurable consumer goods
20 Consumer staples . .
21
Consumer foods and tobacco
22
Nonfood maples . .
23
Consun er chemical products
24
Consun er paper products
25
Consun er energy
26
Consumer fuel
27
Residential utilities

18 63
15.29
7 80
7.49
2 75
1.88
2.86
1 44
1.42

127 1
133.9
132.7
135.2
158.2
147.4
105.1
92 9
117.5

126.7
133.1
131.8
134.4
154.7
147.1
106.7
93.9
119.7

125.8
132.5
132.2
132.8
154.9
143.4
104.5
93.3
115.9

125.2
131.8
131.4
132.2
154.1
143.5
103.7
92.7
114.9

127 2
134.0
133.1
135.0
159.5
145.6
104.5
93 1
116.2

127 5
134.3
133.3
135.4
159.7
148.5
103.5
94 9
112.3

Equipment
28 Business and defense
29 Business
30
Construction mining and farm
31
Manufacturing
32
Power
33
Commerc al
34
Transit
.
35 Defense and space

18.01
14.34
2.08
3 27
1.27
5 22
2.49
3 67

148.1
139.5
55.7
114.0
82.4
217.4
108.8
182.0

149.6
142.1
57.5
113.2
84.5
222.4
112.0
178.9

148.8 147.2 147.8 147.1
141.3 139.2 139.6 138.6
56.3
53.8
53.3
55.5
113.6 113.7 113 5 113.7
83.9
83.9 , 83.9 84.2
220.8 219.1 217.0 214.6
111.7 105.1 112.2 109.3
178.0 178.6 179.8 180.2

5.95
6.99
5 67
1.31

126.4
144.6
148.5
127.8

125.3
141.7
145.7
124.3

125.4
141.7
145.2
126.4

125.4
141.3
144.9
125.8

125.4
143.1
146.7
127.4

20.50
492
5.94
9.64
4 64
10.09
7.53
1.52
1 55
4 46
2.57
11.69
7 57
4.12

120.0
100.7
153.8
109.0
79 7
117.5
117.9
104.5
132.6
117 5
116.3
99.7
105.8
88.5

122.4
104.0
155.0
111.8
84.4
116.0
116.3
101.1
129.2
117.0
115.0
104.4
110. 1
94.1

121.3
103.8
154.1
110.0
82.4
115.7
115.9
103.8
127.8
115.9
115.1
103.5
109.5
92.5

119.4
100.8
153.6
107.7
79.1
113.9
114.3
102.3
128.4
113.6
112.8
101.9
108.6
89.4

120.1
100.6
154.0
109.1
81.4
116.3
115.9
103.0
130.2
115 3
117.2
100.2
106 5
88.6

Groups

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

124.9

124.5

125.3

125.7

126.8

133.6
132.7
125.0
142.8
136.8
113.1

133.1
132.1
123.6
143.4
136.4
112.9

134.1
132.9
124.8
143.7
138.3
113.3

134.1
132.9
125.0
143.4
138.1
114.3

135.2
134.1
126.6
144.0
139.2
115.2

116.2
115.8
112.2
90.1
153.1
121.3
116.5
135.7
138.6
126.8
96.8

117.4
118.4
117.5
98.9
152.2
119.6
116.7
136.6
138.6
125.9
97.1

116.8
115.7
112.1
98.0
138.3
121.3
117.6
137.4
138.6
128.6
97.2

117.4
114.9
109.3
94.5
136.9
123.2
119.3
141.0
142.5
129.4
98.0

119.5
115.3
112.0
96.0
141.7
120.4
122.6
146.6
147.8
131.2
100.5

127 1 127.6
134.0 134.4
132.9 132.8
135.1 136.1
160.2 160.5
146.9 146.1
103.3 106.2
92.4
92.0
114.4 120.7

128.2
135.1
133.6
136.6
159.5
148.5
106.9
94.8
119.3

125.9
132.6
131.7
133.6
156.4
145.7
103.6
92.2
115.3

127.7
134.5
132.4
136.7
159.1
150.2
106.3
91.4
121.5

127.8
134.8
133.2
136.5
157.9
151.6
106.1
91.7
120.7

129.2
136.3
134.7
138.0
161.4
152.3
106.1
92.2
120.2

146.0
137.2
56.9
113.6
84.2
210.0
109.7
180.7

148.2
139.4
55.8
114.4
82.5
218.2
106.2
182.4

148.2
139.1
56.3
115.1
81.6
217.4
105.2
183.7

148.8
139.6
56.2
115.5
79.8
216.5
110.6
184.6

148.8
139.4
56.1
115.4
80.5
216.6
109.2
185.6

148.4
138.8
54.6
112.9
79.5
218.0
107.8
185.5

149.0
139.5
56.7
113.8
80.2
218.8
106.6
186.2

125.6
143.2
146.6
128.4

125.6
145.5
149.0
130.4

126.5
146.1
150.3
128.1

127.0
145.1
149. 1
128.0

127.3
144.2
148.4
126.2

127.3
147.7
152.1
128.6

127.3
147.3
151.0
131.3

128.6
148.2
152.7
129.0

119.4
99.2
153.4
108.8
79.4
116.1
116.6
103.1
129.4
116 7
114.6
99.9
105.9
88.7

118.7
99.5
152.5
107.7
76.6
117.3
117.5
104.5
133.5
116.4
116.6
99.1
104.9
88.4

119.1
99.2
153.5
108.1
77.6
117.3
117.4
104.0
132.6
116 8
116.8
99.2
104.1
90.2

H8.9
98.4
153.7
107.9
77.3
118.5
119,3
106.6
136.1
117.8
116.4
98.1
104.2
87.0

118.9
98.5
154.0
107.6
77.8
119.0
120.0
107.2
133.5
119.6
116.0
97.1
103.0
86.1

119.7
100.9
153.5
108.5
78.4
119.3
119.7
104.8
134.2
119.8
118.0
96.8
102.9
85.6

120.6
101.2
153,9
110.1
81.1
119.2
119.5
106.1
136.7
118.1
118.4
98.8
106.0
85.6

121.6
102.4
154.4
111.3
81.1
122.5
123.4
107.8
140.2
122.9
119.6
97.7
104.2
85.6

May

June

July

Aug.

Index (1977 = 100)

MVFOR MARKET
1 Total index
2 Products . . . . o
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials
Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
10
Autos and trucks .
11
Autos consumer
12
Trucks, consumer
13
Auto parts and allied goods
14 Home goods
15
Appliances A/C, and TV
16
Appliances and TV
17
Carpeting and furniture
18
Miscellaneous home goods

....

Intermediate Products
36 Construction supplies
37 Business supplies . . . .
38 General business supplies
39 Commercial energy products
Materials
40 Durable goods materials
41 Durable consumer parts
42 Equipment parts
43 Durable materials n.e c
44
Basic metal materials
45 Nondurable goods materials
46 Textile, paper, and chemical materials . . .
47
Textile materials .
48
Pulp and paper materials
49
Chemical materials
50 Miscellaneous nondurable materials
51 Energy materials
...
52 Primary energy
53 Converted fuel materials




125

45. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1986

1977
proportion

1986
avg.

15.78
9.83
5.96
84.22
35.11
49.10

103.5
100.4
108.5
129.1
130.1
128.4

110.5
110.0
111.5
129.3
128.6
129 8

108.4
107.6
109.9
128.6
128.2
128 9

106.2
105.2
107.9
127.4
127.3
127 4

104.4
102.1
108.1
128.7
128.9
128.5

102.6
100.5
106.1
128.5
129.7
127.7

101.5
98.2
106.9
128.3
130.2
126.9

10
11,12
13
14

,50
1.60
7.07
.66

74.2
127.7
93.9
123.1

80.3
137.4
104.7
122.6

79.9
134.1
101.9
124.5

78.2
130.0
100.0
121.2

77.4
127.2
96.1
124.3

73.2
125.3
94.8
122.5

SIC
code

Groups

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

101.9
97.8
108.6
129.2
130.6
128.1

100.7
96.9
107.0
129.2
131.1
127 9

99.7
95.8
106.2
129.2
130.3
128 4

100.9
96.2
108.6
129.7
131.2
128 6

102.0
97.5
109.6
130.1
131.7
129.0

101.6
97.1
109.0
131.3
133.4
129.7

67.0
125.7
91.7
124.3

71.1
124.8
91.2
122.6

72.4
126.0
89.5
125.0

73.8
124.1
88.5
121.1

70,9
123.6
89.2
123.9

71.1
129.8
89.6
123.2

76.2
125.4
89.8
122.5

Index (1977 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining
3 Utilities
4 Manufacturing
5 Nondurable
6 Durable
7
8
9
10

Mining
Metal
Coal
Oil and gas extraction
Stone and earth minerals

11
12
13
14
15

Nondurable manufactures
Foods
Tobacco products
Textile mill products . . .
Apparel products
Paper and products

20
21
22
23
26

7.96
.62
2.29
2.79
3.15

134.4
97.1
109.2
103.1
136.5

132.9
95.2
106.4
103.4
133.7

133.7
98.3
107.9
102.2
132.8

133.1
95.7
105.3
102.0
132.9

134.4
100.0
108.6
102.4
134.2

134.4
100.1
108.2
102.5
133.5

134.8
98.3
108.8
102.7
137.5

134.5
99.3
108.6
103.5
138.5

135.3
97.7
110.7
103.2
139.1

134.4
93.0
110.6
102.6
136.5

133.7
98.2
110.2
103.9
138 8

135.3
96.4
112.2
103.8
139.6

136.7
93.4
113.4
104.9
141.1

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
8.05
2.40
2.80
.53

160.9
132.0
92.6
151.4
61.4

158.0
130.7
94.4
148.9
66.0

155 5
130.4
91.0
149.7
64.4

155.9
128.8
90.3
147.3
62.9

159.1
131.0
92.5
146.1
61.9

160.0
132.2
94.7
149.2
60.4

161.5
132.1
92.1
150.8
58.5

161.4
132.8
91.6
153.2
61.7

161.7
132.6
93.8
153.1
61.4

161.7
132.2
93.0
152.4
59.0

164 4
133.3
92.4
154.2
59.4

164.8
132.3
92.5
155.2
61.0

166 4
135.7
93.5
157.11
60.2

Durable manufactures
21 Lumber and products
22 Furniture and fixtures
23 Clay, glass, and stone products. . .

24
25
32

2.30
1.27
2.72

124.1
143.8
118.2

122.0
140.4
119.0

121.2
140.9
118.2

121.1
141.5
118.3

123.2
143.2
119.7

123.1
143.1
118.0

121.5
144.1
118.4

122.5
145.5
117.4

123.6
144.4
117.0

123.8
143.5
118.0

124.6
145.4
117.3

130.3
145.6
118.7

133.5
148.8
119.4

Primary metals . . . .
33
Iron and steel
331,2
34
Fabricated metal products
Nonelectrical machinery
35
Electrical machinery
36
37
Transportation equipment
371
Motor vehicles and parts . . . .
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment . . 372-6,9
32 Instruments
.
38
33 Miscellaneous manufactures . . . .
39

5.33
3.49
6.46
9.54
7.15
9.13
5.26

75.1
63.4
108.0
145.0
165.7
127.5
111.5

80.7
70.8
109.3
147,9
165.4
128.5
114.1

78.8
68.2
108.5
146.5
163.4
128.7
115.1

76.3
64.9
107.3
145.1
162.6
125.2
109.0

76.5
64.9
108.9
143.8
164.5
128.1
113.0

75.1
62.1
107.0
143.6
165.0
127.0
110.7

72.5
60.5
107.2
143.6
161.9
127.5
112.1

73.6
62.5
106.7
145.6
166.6
127.2
111.4

72.6
60.3
106.9
145.0
166.6
126.9
109.6

72.8
60.2
107.8
144.9
166.5
128.9
113.0

73 1
61.0
108.9
145.0
167.3
127.6
110.3

75.5
63.5
108 .3
144.5
167.9
126.9
109.1

73 4
61.3
109.6
144.8
170,4
126.8
J09.7

3.87
2.66
1.46

149.2
139.8
100.1

148.0
140.9
99.8

147.1
141.3
100.5

147.3
141.1
99.1

148.7
141.7
99.6

149.2
139.0
101.8

148.4
137.9
98.8

148.7
138.7
99.0

150.3
139.7
98.9

150.4
138.7
99.3

151.2
139.1
100.0

151.1
139.3
100.9

150.1
140.2
103.8

Utilities
34 Electric

4.17

122.4

120.4

119.8

119.9

123.9

122.1

123.1

125.1

122.7

121.0

124.0

124.4

122.6

..

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Gross value (billions of 1982 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
35 Products, total

....

1,376.81,681,6 1,696,0 1,687.7 1,663.2 1,681.7 1,683.1 1,672.2 1,671.4 1,677.8 1,675.9 1,687.3 1,686.7 1,700.7

36 Final
37 Consumer goods
38 Equipment
39 Intermediate

....

1,084.5 1,296.9 1,315.7 1,309.0 1,283.3 1,302.4 1,297.8 1,287.4 1,284.8 1,292.9 1,291.8 1,296.9 1,296.6 1,307.3
703.7 844.1 848.4 845.2 831.3 846.7 847.2 840.4 840.7 847.8 839.2 843.5 846.5 857.1
380.8 452.8 467.3 463.8 452.1 455.7 450.5 446.9 444.1 445.1 452.6 453.4 450.0 450.2
292.2 384.7 380.3 378.7 379.8 379.2 385.3 384.9 386.6 384.8 384.1 390.3 390.2 393.4

126



45. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted
1987

1977
proportion

1987
avg.

100.00

129.8

126.2

127.1

127.4

127.4

128.2

129.1

130.6

131.2

131.0

132.5

133.2

133.9

57.72
44.77
25.52
19.25
12.94
42.28

138.3
136.8
127.8
148.9
143.4
118.2

134.5
133.3
125.5
143.5
138.8
114.9

136.0
134.8
126.4
146.0
139.9
114.9

136.4 135.8
135.1 134.5
126.7 125.5
146.2 146.4
140.9 140.3
115.2 115.9

136.9
135.5
127.3
146.3
141.8
116.3

137.8
136.2
127.2
148.1
143.3
117.2

139.5
137.9
128.9
149.7
145.0
118.5

139.9
138.4
129.4
150.2
145.3
119.4

139.4
137.8
127.7
151.2
144.9
119.7

140.9
139.3
129.0
153.0
146.1
121.2

141.0
139.2
129.4
152.2
147.3
122.5

141.3
139.8
129.8
153.1
146.5
123.7

Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9
Automotive products
Autos and frucks
Autos, consumer
Trucks, consumer
Auto parts and allied goods
Home goods
Appliances, A/C, and TV . .
Appliam es and TV
Carpeting and furniture . . .
Miscellaneous home goods .

6.89
2.98
1.79
1.16
.63
1.19
3.91
1.24
1.19
.96
1.71

120.2
118.5
115.1
90.7
160.5
123.5
121.6
141.5
142.1
130.7
102.0

118.8
116.6
116.6
193.0
160.3
116.7
120.5
145.4
147.3
124.7
100.1

121.0
122.6
123.7
104.1
160.0
121.0
119.8
142.9
144.5
125.4
100.0

119.8
121.6
122.6
101.7
161.3
120.1
118.4
134.0
134.6
128.9
101.2

116.7
115.0
110.9
90.8
148.0
121.2
118.1
133.9
135.2
128.2
101.0

120.1
118.8
114.6
92.7
155.3
125.0
121.2
141.3
141.6
130.5
101,4

117.4
114.9
107.9
87.4
146.0
125.4
119.3
133.4
133.4
132.3
101.8

120.4
117.5
112.3
86.4
160.4
125.3
122.5
141.7
142.6
134.1
102.2

121.2
118.0
112.4
76.8
178.4
126.6
123.6
147.1
145.5
132.0
102.0

118.6
114.2
107.2
79.1
159.4
124.8
121.9
141.8
140.6
131.6
102.2

124.3
124.3
122.2
94.7
173.2
127.5
124.3
145.7
146.1
132.9
104.1

123.9
121.3
118.7
91.9
168.5
125.2
125.8
150.1
150.5
133.5
103.9

120.3
115.4
110.2
83.7
159.5
123.3
123.9
142.7
142.6
133.9
104.8

19 Nondurable consumer goods
20 Consumer staples
21
Consumer foods and tobacco .
"
22
Nonfood staples
Consumer chemical products
23
Consumer paper products . .
24
25
Consumer energy
26
Consumer fuel
Residential utilities
27

18.63
15.29
7.80
7.49
2.75
1.88
2.86
1.44
1.42

99.4
137.4
136.3
138.5
162.9
151.9
106.3
93.1
119.8

128.0
134.8
133.2
136.4
158.9
149.5
106.3
95.0
117.8

128.4
134.9
134.5
135.4
158.7
146.7
105.6
92.8
118.6

129.3
136.3
135.6
137.0
161.0
149.9
105.4
94.1
117.0

128.7
135.5
134.5
136.5
161.2
149.1
104.4
94.4
114.7

130.0
136.7
136.0
137.5
161.6
151.8
104.9
91.4
118.6

130.9
137.6
136.0
139.2
164.4
153.1
105.9
91.9
120.2

132.1
138.9
137.2
140.6
165.7
153.8
108.0
92.7
123.6

132.5
139.2
137.4
141.2
167.4
153.9
107.7
91.4
124.3

131.0
137.8
137.0
138.6
163.6
153.2
105.0
91.6
118.7

130.8
137.4
137.5
137.2
160.0
151.8
105.8
92.4
119.4

131,5
138.3
137.3
139.4
163.5
152.8
107.4
93.2
121.8

133.3
140.7
139.2
142.2
167.7
157.0
108.0
95.4
120.7

Equipment
28 Business and defense
29 Business .
30
Construction, mining, and farm
31
Manufacturing
32
Power
33
Commercial
34
Transit
35 Defense and space

18.01
14.34
2.08
3.27
1.27
5.22
2.49
3.67

153.6
144.5
62.2
117.9
82.6
226.5
108.4
188.9

148.5
138.6
56.0
113.3
80.8
216.7
106.6
187.3

151.3
141.7
54.7
115.3
82.5
220.7
113.6
188.9

151.4 151.7
141.9 142.1
57.2
57.4
113.9 114.4
83.2
81.6
222.6 224.8
110.6 106.7
188.6 189.2

151.4
141.7
60.3
114.4
82.8
221.2
108.9
189.3

153.2
144.2
63.0
117.2
84.0
226.7
105.4
188.6

154.4
145.6
65.0
120.4
81.8
227.9
106.1
188.7

154.5
145.6
66.4
120.9
82.8
227.7
104.7
189.1

155.2
146.3
66.1
122.0
81.1
229.1
105.1
189.8

157.2
148.7
66.5
120.5
83.0
232.4
112.5
190.3

156.6
148.3
66.3
120.6
83.1
232.1
111.2
188.7

157.8
149.8
67.4
122.2
84.2
235.5
109.1
188.9

5.95
6.99
5.67
1.31

131.5
153.5
158.7
131.2

130.3
146.0
150.7
125.6

130.0
148.4
153.3
127.4

130.4
149.9
154.5
130.2

128.2
150.6
155.8
128.1

129.1
152.6
157.1
133.4

131.5
153.4
158.5
131.1

133.1
155.2
160.5
132.3

132.5
156.3
161.0
135.8

132.3
155.6
160.9
132.7

133.3
157.1
162.3
134.6

134.2
158.4
164.3
132.9

133.8
157.4
163.3
131.8

20.50
4.92
5.94
9.64
4.64
10.09
7.53
1.52
1.55
4.46
2.57
11.69
7.57
4.12

125.0
100.9
159.0
116.4
86.6
125.9
127.7
112.0
141.0
128.4
120.5
99.8
105.0
90.2

120.5
101.8
154.0
109.6
78.6
121.4
122.7
104.9
137.3
123.8
117.4
99.3
106.6
85.8

121.3
102.3
155.5
109.9
79.6
120.8
121.7
104.4
136.4
122.4
118.4
98.6
104.8
87.2

122.3
101.8
156.0
112.1
80.0
121.5
122.4
109.0
135.4
122.5
118.7
97.2
103.0
86.4

122.2
99.3
156.2
113.0
80.6
124.1
125.1
112.7
136.4
125.4
121.0
97.8
103.7
86.9

122.6
99.1
156.9
113.4
81.3
123.9
124.9
109.7
137.7
125.7
120.8
98.7
103.5
89.9

124.0
99.2
158.3
115.5
83.6
124.1
125.1
111.9
139.0
124.9
120.9
99.4
104.0
91.0

125.2
98.5
159.3
117.7
86.6
127.6
129.6
117.8
145.4
128.1
122.0
99.0
102.5
92.5

125.5
99.6
159.5
117.9
90.4
128.3
130.6
116.7
145.0
130.4
121.4
100.9
104.6
94.1

126.4
99.0
161.1
118.9
91.3
128.6
131.2
116.0
143.3
132.2
120.9
100.2
104.6
92.2

128.7
102.3
162.2
121.6
95.3
128.2
131.0
113.0
142.0
133.4
119.7
101.8
106.8
92.7

130.2
103.1
163.2
123.6
96.5
129.6
132.3
112.7
144.4
134.7
121.7
102.8
108.4
92.6

132.0
104.6
165.3
125.5
100.0
132.5
135.6
113.6
149.0
138.4
123.3
101.7
107.7
90.7

Groups

Jan. | Feb. | Mar. | Apr. | May [ June [ July | Aug. [ Sept. [ Oct. [ Nov. | Dec.
Index (1977 - 100)

MAJOR MARKET
1 Total index
2 Products
3 Final products .
4
Consumer |;oods . .
5
Equipment
6
Intermediate products .
7 Materials

Intermediate Products
36 Construction supplies
37 Business supplies
38 General business supplies . . .
39 Commercial energy products
Materials
40 Durable goods materials
41 Durable consumer parts
42 Equipment parts
43 Durable materials n.e.c
44
Basic metal materials
45 Nondurable goods materials
46 Textile, paper, and chemical materials
47
Textile materials
48
Pulp and paper materials
49
Chemical materials
50 Miscellaneous nondurable materials . .
51 Energy materials
52 Primary energy
53 Converted fuel materials




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45* Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted
SIC
code

Groups

1977
proportion

1987
1987
avg.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug,

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1977 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining .
3 Utilities
4 Manufacturing
5 Nondurable
6 Durable
.
.

15.78 104.3 102.6
99.4
9.83 100.7
5.96 110.3 ' 108.0
84.22 134.7 130.7
35.11 136.8 132.7
49.10 133.1 129.3

...
. ..

102.4
98.8
108,5
131.6
132.9
130.8

101.9
98.3
107.9
132.4
133.7
131.5

101.4
98.6
106.0
132.4
134.6
130.9

103.1
99.2
109.6
133.2
135.7
131.4

103.0
99.2
109.4
134.0
136.9
132.0

103.7
99.2
111.2
135.6
138.5
133.5

105.4
100.9
112.9
135.9
138.8
133.8

105.4
101.9
111.2
135.7
138.6
133.7

106.8
103.6
112.1
137.3
138.1
136.8

107.9
104.6
113.2
137.9
139.6
136.7

107.3
1104,6
1111.7
138.9
141.3
137.3

Mining
Metal .
Coal
Oil and gas extraction
Stone and earth minerals

10
11,12
13
14

.50
1.60
7.07
.66

77 6
131.8
927
128.2

74 1
136.4
91 2
116.1

73 6
131.7
90.9
122.1

71.2
122.3
92.4
123.8

65.7
121.9
93.1
125.4

71.7
127.2
92.1
127.6

70,7
128,8
91,8
128,5

71 4
127.9
91 8
130.7

79.3
130.5
93.0
130.3

86 5
133.3
93 3
130.0

85 6
140.3
94 1
131.0

904
142.9
94 2
134.1

965
140.6
94.1
135,6

Nondurable manufactures
1 1 Foods . . .
12 Tobacco products
13 Textile mill products
14 Apparel products
15 Paper and products

20
21
22
23
26

7.96
.62
2.29
2.79
3.15

137.8
103.5
115.9
107.4
144.4

134.6
89,9
109.2
106.1
139.7

136.4
99.9
110.8
106.5
139.9

137.3
101.1
112.6
105.4
139.9

136.0
99.6
116.6
105.3
140.5

137.4
106.6
115.7
106.4
141.3

137.7
107,0
117.2
107.7
142.6

138.5
106.8
118.3
109.7
148.8

138.8
110.4
119.8
108.4
148.9

139.5
101.7
118.2
107.6
147.4

138.0
103.7
116.8
108.0
146.0

138.9
106.5
117.3
109.4
148.3

140,1
1105
118,2
107,8
150.6

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
8.05
2.40
2.80
.53

172 1
140.2
93.5
163.6
60.0

166.3
136.4
95.6
155.3
58.9

164.4
135.7
91.6
156.2
59.8

167.6
135.3
92.1
158.6
59.4

169.2
137.3
94.0
160.5
60.2

171.4
138.1
92.6
162.2
61.4

174.1
139.3
92.3
165.4
60.8

174.0
140.8
94.1
167.2
59.2

174.7
142.3
92.9
164.8
61.3

174.9
142.4
93 5
165.2
60 7

175 2
141,5
946
166.7
59.6

175.7
144.4
93.3
169.9
60.7

1769
147.9
96 1
170.6
,57 5

Durable manufactures
21 Lumber and products
22 Furniture and fixtures
23 Clay, glass, and stone products. . .

24
25
32

2.30
1.27
2.72

130 3
152.8
119.1

128 5
143.5
121.9

129.6
145.0
118.8

128.9
149.9
119.8

127.8
148.2
120.6

130.3
150.5
117.2

131.1
153.9
117.9

132.8
156.2
118.8

131.11
155.2
116.5

126 9
155.9
118.6

1298
156.0
118.9

134.0
158.5
120.5

133 6
159.4
120.1

33
Primary metals ,
Iron and steel
331,2
34
Fabricated metal products
Nonelectrical machinery
35
36
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment
37
371
Motor vehicles and parts . . . .
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment . . 372-6,9
32 Instruments
38
33 Miscellaneous manufactures . . . .
39

5.33
3.49
6.46
9.54
7.15
9.13
5.26

81.3
70.6
111.0
152.7
172.3
129.2
111.8

72.8
59.5
108.4
143.4
170.4
129.0
112.0

75.1
62.3
108.3
145.5
171.0
132.7
117.7

77.0
65.4
110.5
148.5
168.5
132.2
116.5

76.1
65.0
109.9
150.4
168.4
127.8
109.8

77.0
65.7
108.5
149.7
171.1
129.4
112.0

78.8
68.3
111.1
151.8
170.5
126.5
107.4

81.4
70.9
111.1
155.3
172.5
127.6
109.4

85.1
76.0
110.1
154.3
174.3
128.1
109.1

84.5
74.6
111.1
156.6
173.4
125.5
105.6

90.6
82.0
113.5
158.0
175.5
132.0
116.0

90.2
79.7
113.6
157.2
175.6
130.4
114.0

90.6
81.9
115.8
161.0
175.9
128.1
UQ.2

3.87
2.66
1.46

152.8
143.9
102.5

151.9
139.5
101.6

153.0
142.0
101.6

153.4
140.3
103.9

152.3
142.8
101.4

153.1
142.1
101.9

152.4
144.5
101.2

152.3
143.8
100.5

153.9
146.3
102.2

152.5
145.6
102.1

153.7
146.7
104.6

152.7
147.8
104.5

152.4
145.!)
105.6

4.17

126.6

121.6

122.3

123.6

122.3

128.8

128.8

131.0

132.0

127.5

126.8

127.5

125.6

1
8
9
10

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Utilities
3 4 Electric . . . .

Gross value (billions of 1982 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
35 Products, total

1,376.81,736.4 1,701.6 1,718.7 1,725.2 1,710.0 1,723.0 1,720.4 1,732.5 1,741.7 1 ,735.9 1,774.1 1,772.4 1,778.8

36 Final
37 Consumer goods
38 Equipment
39 Intermediate . . .

1,084.51,333.9 1,310.9 1,329.2 1,330.3 1,316.5 1,324.7 1,320.1 1,326.6 1,334.9 1,330.3 1,360.9 1,359.9 1,359.4
703.7 866.1 860.0 865.3 868.1 857.1 862.8 855.1 863.2 866.4 856.9 876.6 879.8 881.2
380.8 467.8 450.9 463,9 462.2 459.4 461.9 465.0 463.5 468.5 473.4 484.4 480.1 478.2
292.2 402.5 390.7 389.5 394.9 393.6 398.4 400.3 405.9 406.8 405.6 413.2 412.5 419.4

128



....

46. Housing and construction
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted

1986
Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

I Nov.

Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS
1,861
1,060
801

1,808
1,033
775

1,834
1,043
791

1,874
1,132
742

1,778
1,083
695

1,793
1,110
683

1,778
1,098
680

1,728
1,059
669

1,687
1,071
616

1,664
1,036
628

1,667
1,028
639

1,862
1,184
678

4 Started
5
1-family
6 2-or-more-fanily

1,936
1,248
688

1,869
1,152
717

1,873
1,191
682

1,947
1,199
748

1,847
1,222
625

1,845
1,225
620

1,789
1,150
639

1,804
1,193
611

1,685
1,125
560

1,683
1,132
551

1,630
1,121
509

1,837
1,233
604

7 Under construction, end of period1 . . .
8
1-family
9 2-or- more-fan lily

1,097
573
524

1,111
583
528

1,104
577
527

1,131
586
545

1,128
595
532

1,147
609
537

1,154
620
534

1,163
628
534

1,154
627
527

1,142
625
518

1,125
619
506

1,104
610
494

1,765
1,082
683

1,725
1,053
672

1,788
1,139
649

1,703
1,125
578

1,801
1,130
671

1,644
1,068
576

1,750
1,074
676

1,757
1,124
633

1,740
1,113
627

1,745
1,165
580

1,774
1,158
616

1,894
1,184
710

13 Mobile homes shipped

273

266

243

253

241

235

236

233

240

238

236

252

Merchant builder activity in 1 -family
units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end of period1

738
352

733
351

887
336

862
336

787
338

735
340

701
349

625
350

751
353

670
357

699
354

759
357

1 Permits authorized .
2
1-family
3 2-or-more-fan-ily

...

10 Completed
....
11
1-family
12 2-or- more- fan lily

Price (thousands of dollars)2
Median
16 Units sold
Average
17 Units sold

86.6

89.7

88.7

92.5

92.1

91.2

94.1

91.5

95.0

96.4

94.0

95.0

104.1

106.6

108.0

110.3

114.6

110.9

116.8

113.2

114.0

114.9

113.6

118.9

3,350

3,340

3,240

3,570

3,450

3,470

3,490

3,620

3,670

3,670

3,860

4,030

77.1
93.0

77.4
93.1

79.8
96.8

80.2
98.1

83.2
101.7

82.6
102.1

79.9
99.2

82.0
100.3

80.3
98.2

79.4
97.3

80.4
99.1

80.8
100.6

EXISTING UNITS (1-family)
18 Number sold
Price of units sold (thousands
of dollars)2
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
376,549 375,732 389,300 417,769 383,187 371,620 391,021 395,292 400,115 394,871 390,646 380,175

21 Total put in place
22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidentiiil , total
Buildings
25
Industriiil .
26
Commercial
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other

305,253 305,044 319,070 345,150 309,104 299,916 318,395 322,609 324,886 322,929
166,950 168,590 187,395 213,025 181,160 172,001 191,860 194,010 198,786 192,592
. . . 138,303 136,454 131,675 132,125 127,944 127,915 126,535 128,599 126,100 130,337

320,417 306,826
194,463 181,682
125,954 125,144

....

15,507
62,554
12,701
47,541

15,222
60,760
13,121
47,351

13,446
59,194
13,355
45,680

14,423
58,112
13,167
46,423

13,431
55,330
12,794
46,389

13,010
55,633
12,747
46,525

12,877
54,695
12,939
46,024

13,217
56,581
12,900
45,901

13,015
55,235
13,026
44,824

14,634
56,121
13,820
45,762

13,404
54,193
13,787
44,570

13,207
54,809
14,231
42,897

29 Public .
30 Military . . . .
31 Highway
....
32 Conservation and development . . . .
33 Other
....

71,296
3,433
24,181
5,508
38,174

70,688
4,001
24,574
4,627
37,486

70,230
3,700
24,018
4,655
37,857

72,619
3,751
25,232
4,667
38,969

74,083
3,664
25,720
4,526
40,173

71,704
3,787
23,710
4,306
39,901

72,626
3,578
23,394
4,513
41,141

72,683
4,158
23,732
4,251
40,542

75,229
5,076
22,609
4,741
42,803

71,942
3,566
22,643
4,726
41,007

70,229
4,007
19,958
4,647
41,617

73,348
4,313
21,935
4,954
42,146




129

46. Housing and construction—Continued
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted

1987
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS
1 Permits authorised
2
1 -family
3 2-or- more- family

1,652
1,085
567

1,676
1,204
472

1,719
1,150
569

1,598
1,058
540

1,493
1,009
484

1,517
1,039
478

1,487
993
494

1,502
1,023
479

1,502
992
510

1,463
977
486

1,469
983
486

1,361
974
387

4 Started
5
1-family
6 2-or-more- family . .

1,804
1,245
559

1,809
1,285
524

1,723
1,206
517

1,635
1,201
434

1,599
1,125
474

1,583
1,086
497

1,594
1,142
452

1,583
1,109
474

1,679
1,211
468

1,538
1,105
433

1,661
1,129
532

1,399
1,035
364

7 Under construction, end of period1 . . .
8
1-family
9 2- or- mo re- family

1,090
609
481

1,098
619
479

1,085
622
463

1,077
627
450

1,069
626
443

1,060
622
438

1,052
621
431

1,044
621
423

1,046
627
419

1,044
627
417

1,042
625
417

1,016
618
398

1,878
1,190
688

1,745
1,130
615

1,720
1,154
566

1,786
1,165
621

1,687
1,178
509

1,612
1,111
501

1,680
1,112
568

1,633
1,069
564

1,591
1,100
*91

1,565
1,114
451

1,571
1,088
483

1,624
1,104
520

13 Mobile homes shipped

239

232

230

229

224

234

243

234

240

234

222

Til

Merchant builder activity in J -family
units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale end of period1

719
357

738
358

720
358

728
359

649
356

640
359

672
359

673
361

i544
361

653
360

625
362

586
365

98.5

95.2

98.4

96.5

104.9

109.0

105.0

106.8

105.5

106.5

117.0

111,8

122.1

121.3

119.5

118.1

126.6

135.8

128.6

128.5

133.5

125.8

139.2

1362

IB Number sold

3,520

3,710

3,690

3,590

3,740

3,580

3,470

3,410

3,430

3,470

3,370

3,330

Price of units sold (thousands
of dollars)2
19 Median
20 Average

82.9
101.1

85.6
105.0

85.2
104.0

86.0
106.2

86.0
107.5

85.9
107.1

88.3
109.8

86.5
107.0

8:5.5
1CH5.9

84.6
106.1

85.0
106.6

85.4
107.1

10 Completed
11
1-family
12 2-or-more- family

Price (thousands of dollars)2
Median
16 Units sold . . ,
Average
17 Units sold
EXISTING UNITS (1-family)

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

384,716 401,644 388,303 396,222 396,680 397,191 398,465 402,872 402,782 398,930 403,%3 403,884

22 Private
23 Residential
..
24 Nonresidential, total
Buildings
25
Industrial
26
Commercial
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other

310,170 326,453 312,203 320,483
187,813 203,115 190,812 199,523
122,357 123,338 121,391 120,960

29 Public
30 Military
31 Highway
32 Conservation and development . . . .
33 Other

130



321,414 324,256
195,871 200,864
125,543 123,392

323,847 329,831 324,857 322,213 327,020 326,272
198,005 200,241 196,969 194,521 193,731 194..535
125,842 129,590 127,888 127,692 133,289 131,737

12,094
50,881
14,755
44,627

12,112
53,071
14,776
43,379

11,354
52,285
15,143
42,609

11,492
50,924
14,950
43,594

13,376
53,224
14,926
44,017

13,023
51,831
14,769
43,769

13,005
52,537
15,317
44,983

13,659
54,055
14,888
46,988

14,387
52S8DO
15,079
45,622

13,536
53,912
15,593
44,651

14,336
57,683
16,158
45,112

13,579
54,982
17,321
45,855

74,546
4,100
23,508
5,155
41,783

75,191
2,806
23,260
4,883
44,242

76,100
3,893
23,575
4,792
43,840

75,739
3,403
22,673
5,551
44,112

75,266
4,397
22,607
4,839
43,423

72,935
4,352
21,704
5,498
41,381

74,618
5,009
22,441
5,328
41,840

73,041
4,193
22,005
5,127
41,716

77,924
6,083
23,4B9
4,978
43,374

76,716
4,308
24,993
5,445
41,970

76,943
4,738
24,713
4,725
42,767

77,613
3,164
25,792
5,565
43,092

47. Consumer and producer prices
Percentage chiinges based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted

1983
Change from 11

Index level
(1982=100)'

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual rate)

Item

1983
Dec.

1982
Dec.

QI

Q;1

Q3

Q4

2

CONSUMER PRICES
1 AH items

3.8

3.8

1.6

5.4

4.1

4.0

101.3

2 Food
.
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services
..

3.1
1.3
4.5
5.7
3.4

2.7
-.5
4.8
5.0
4.8

2.5
-21.4
4.2
5.4
4.6

3.3
16,7
4.1
3.7
5.0

1.6
1.6
5.3
5.7
4.5

2.4
-3.9
5.3
5.2
5.3

100.2
99.6
101.9
102.7
101.3

3.6
2.0
-.1
5.4
3.9

.6
2.3
-9.2
1.9
2.0

-3.1
1.6
-30.4
1.2
1.2

2.4
.8
11,5
1.6
1.6

2.4
3.2
-2.9
2.7
2.8

.4
3.2
12.3
2.3
2.0

102.3
101.9
93.3
104.3
103.9

.2
.6

1.4
2.9

-2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0

3.6
4.0

2.0
3.2

101.4
102.9

1.5
2.6
-7.6

7.9
-4.7
15.5

13.4
-9.4
29.0

-.4
-5.1
10.6

19.6
-1.6
17.0

.0
-2.4
8.3

103.3
97.7
110.3

.,,..

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
11 Capital equipment

.

..

12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

....

..

Crude materials
Foods
.
Energy . .
Other

.

....

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.

Feb

Mar.

/ipr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

CONSUMER PRICES

.2

.1

.1

.7

.4

.2

.4

.3

.3

.4

.3

.3

-.1-3.1
.4
.5
.6

.1
-1.9
.4
.5
.4

.6
-.9
.2
.3
.1

.4
2.2
.4
.3
.6

.3
1.5
.3
.2
.3

.1
.2
.3
.4
.3

.0
.3
.6
.7
.4

.1
.3
.3
.4
.3

.3
-.2
.4
.3
.4

.3
-.2
.5
.5
.5

.0
-.3
.5
.5
.5

.3
-.5
.3
.3
.3

-.8
-.5
-3.7
-.4
-.1

.1
,7
-2.4
.4
.3

-.1
.2
-2.8
.3
.1

.1
.6
-.4
-.1
.1

.3
.0
1.3
.2
.2

.2
-A
1.9
.3
,1

.0
-.5
-.5
.3
.2

.3
.4
.0
.4
.3

.3
.9
-.2
.0
.2

.0
.9
-1.3
.0
.1

-.2
-.8
-1.5
.2
.1

.3
.7
-.5
.4
.3

. ..

-.3
.0

.1
.5

-.3
.0

-.3
.1

.3
.1

.5
.3

.3
.5

.2
.2

.4
.3

,3
.2

.1
.3

.1
.3

....

.4
-1.2
1.5

2.6
-1.5
2.6

.2
.2
2.4

1.8
1.0
-.1

-.6
-.3
1.3

-1.3
.0
1.4

-1.8
-.6
1.3

4.7
-.1
2.1

1.7
.3
.6

.3
-1.0
.1

-1.9
.2
.7

1.6
.2
1.2

1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
..
4 All items less food and energy
5
Commodities
6 Services . .
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
11 Capital equipment

..
..

....

..

....

12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy . . . . ,
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other




....

..

131

47. Consumer and producer prices—Continued
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted

1984
Change from 12 months earlier
Item

1984
Dec.

1983
Dec.

Index level
(19S2-1QQ)1

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual rate)

Qi

Q3

Q2

Q4

CONSUMER PRICES*
1 All items

3.8

3.9

5.6

3.1

4.3

2.7

2 Food
3 Energy items
..
4 All items less food and energy . . . . . . . . .
5 Commodities
6 Services . ,
,.

2.7
-.5
4.8
5.0
4.8

3.8
.2
4.7
3.1
5.6

9.0
5.3
5.2
3.2
6.5

.8
-2.0
4.7
4.3
5.1

3.9
-.4
5.1
3.5
5.9

1.9
-1.6
3.8
1.5
5.0

104.0
99.8
106.7
105.9
107.0

.6
2.3
-9.2
1.9
2.0

1.7
3.5
-4.2
2.2
1.8

6.0
16.1
-3.0
4.7
3.1

.0
-5.9
5.8
.4
2.3

.0
3.5
-20.1
2.7
2.7

.8
.4
2.7
1.5
-.8

104.0
105.5
89.4
106.6
105.8

1.4
2.9

1.7
2.1

4.4
5.1

2.8
1.5

-1.2
.8

.8
1.1

103.1
105.1

14.9
-1.6
13.2

-16.9
4.2
-1.4

-1.5
.4
-13.0

-1.9
-7.5
-10.8

102.1
96.5
106.6

105.3

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other

-1.2
-1.2
-3.4

7.9
-4.7
15.5

.

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Aipr.

May

June

Jul y

Aug.

S&3t.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

CONSUMER PRICES*
.6

.5

.3

.4

.2

.2

.4

.4

.3

.3

.2

.2

1.3
.1
.5
.3
.7

.7
.9
.4
.2
.5

.2
.3
.4
.3
.4

.0
.4
.5
.5
.5

-.2
-.1
.4
.3
.4

.4
-.8
.3
.3
.4

.4
-.3
.5
.3
.6

.6
.0
.4
.4
.4

.0
.2
.4
.2
.5

.2
.6
.4
.2
.5

.1
-.3
.3
.1
A

.2
-.7
.3
.1
.4

.7
2.4
-.9
.4
.2

.4
.6
1.0
.0
.4

.4
.8
-.9
.8
.2

.1
-.8
2.3
-.3
.6

-.1
-.7
.1
.3
-.1

.0
-.1
-1.0
.1
.1

.2
1.2
-2.1
.2
.3

-.2
-.1
-2.3
.3
.1

.0
-.3
-3.1
.2
.3

-.2
-.3
1.1
-.3
-.3

.3
.1
.3
.3
.3

.1
.3
-.8
.4
-.2

.1
.3

1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
....
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
...
6 Services

.5
.4

.5
.6

.3
.1

.2
.1

.2
.2

-.1
.1

-.1
.2

-.1
-.1

.2
.1

.1
.2

-.1
.0

2.0
.4
.2

-2.2
.0
2.1

3.8
-.8
.9

1.2
.4
.3

-1.7
.4
.7

-1.7
.2
-1.4

1.4
.3
-2.0

-1.1
.6
-2.1

-.6
-.8
.7

-1.9
-.2
-1.7

1.7
-1.1
-.7

-.2
-.6
-.4

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods . . . . .
Energy
Other

132



.

f

..

47, Consumer and producer prices—Continued
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted

1985
Change from 12

Index level

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual rate)

Item

/ 1 OQ T
1 Cif\\
(1982 — 10U) I

1984
Dec.

1985
Dec.

1 All items

3.9

3.8

4.6

3.4

1.9

5.3

109.3

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

2.6
1.8
4.3
2.2
5.7

3.1
2.8
5.4
5.4
5.3

.8
6.5
3.4
-.4
6.0

1.5
-4.6
3.3
.4
4.8

5.0
2.8
5.2
3.8
7.0

106.7
101.6
111.3
108.2
113.1

1.7
3.5
-4.2
2.2
1.8

1.8
.6
= .2
2.6
2.7

.4
= .8
= 19.2
4.6
5.0

1.9
-6.3
23.2
1.5
2.3

-1.9
-4.5
= 4.9
.0
-1.1

7.5
13.9
14.9
3.4
4.5

105.9
106.1
89.2
109.4
108.7

1.7
2.1

-.1
-.1

-1.9
-.4

.8
1.1

= .8
-1.1

1.6
-.4

103.0
105.0

= 17.5
4.4
-11.8

-21.6
-5.8
-1.5

39.3
-3.8
-2.3

95.6
91.8
102.0

CONSUMER J^RicEs

Q2

Qi

Q3

Q4

2

PRODUCER F»RICES

7 Finished goods
8
Consumer foods
9
Consumer energy
10 Other consun er goods . . . .
1 1 Capital equip nent
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

..

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other

-17.4
-13.4
-1.5

-6.4
-4.9
-4.3

-1.2
-1.2
-3.4

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

£ipr.

May

June

Ju y

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

CONSUMER PRICES

.2

2 Food
3 Energy items
...
4 All items less frjod and energy
5
Commodities
6
Services

.5

.5

.4

.3

.2

.2

.2

.1

.4

.6

.4

.1
-.7
.4
.5
.4

.4
-.7
.6
.8
.5

.3
2.1
.4
.1
.5

.0
1.5
.2
.1
.4

-1
.5
.4
-.2
.6

.3
= .4
.3
.0
.5

.1
.0
.3
.1
.5

.1
-.7
.4
.1
.5

.2
-.5
.2
.1
.2

.1
.0
.5
.5
.6

.6
.4
.5
.3
.6

.6
.3
.3
.2
.4

.0
-.2
-2.5
.5
.5

.1
.5
=2.2
.3
.6

.0
-.5
-.6
.4
.2

.5
-.5
6.3
-.2
.1

.3
-1.0
2.9
.3
.3

= .3
-.2
-3.7
.3
.2

.2
.7
-1 .2
.5
.1

-.2
-.6
-1.3
.1
.2

-.5
= 1.3
1.3
-.6
-.6

.8
1.4
.2
.6
.8

.6
1.2
1.3
.2
.2

.5
.8
2.0
.0
.1

-.1
.0

1 All items . . .

-.3
-.1

-.1
.0

.4
.0

.3
.1

-.5
.2

.2
.2

-.1
.0

.1
-.1

= .1
-.2

.2
.0

.3
.1

= 1.7
-2.1
.2

-.7
-.4
-.3

-2.4
-1.1
-.3

-2.3
.4
.5

-2.0
1.5
-1.9

= .4
= .8
-1.7

.6
.2
.5

-3.1
-1.3
-.7

-2.2
.0
-.2

5.1
.0
.4

3.5
= .8
= .6

-.1
=.2
-.4

J?ROi)UCER J?RICES

7 Finished goods
8
Consumer foods
9
Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
11 Capital equip nent
.
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other .




.

133

47. Consumer and producer prices—Continued
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted

1986
Item

1985
Dec.
CONSUMER PRICES

Index level
(1982=100)'

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual -ate)

1986
Dec.

„,

Q2

yi

Q3

Q4

2

1 All items

3.8

1.1

-1.5

1.5

1.8

2.6

110.5

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
....
6 Services

2.6
1.8
4.3
2.2
5.7

3.8
-19.7
3.8
1.4
5.2

.4
=32.6
4.4
.4
6.1

3.4
-13.5
3.2
-.4
5.0

8.8
=20.2
3.6
3.0
4.5

2.9
=9.2
4.3
2.6
4.8

110.8
81.6
115.5
109.7
119.0

1.8
.6
-.2
2.6
2.7

-2.3
2.8
=38.1
3.0
2.1

=11.2
-4.1
-67.3
3.3
1.5

.0
5.5
-23.8
2.6
2.6

.4
10.6
-34.3
1.8
1.5

1.6
.0
-10.0
4.4
2.9

103.5
109.1
55.2
112.7
111.0

= .1
-.1

-4.5
.1

-11.5
-.4

-5.1
-1.1

-.8
1.2

-.4
.8

98.4
105.1

-1.5
=27.6
1.8

-17.2
=51.3
4.8

-.9
-29.0
3.5

18.3
-19.9
-16.1

-3.7
=.6
17.4

94.2
66.5
103.8

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment

.....

12 Intermediate materials'
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy .
Other

...
..
...

-6.4
-4.9
-4.3

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

| Apr.

|

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

CONSUMER PRICES2
1 All items

-.3

-.4

-.3

.2

.5

.0

.2

.3

.2

.3

.2

.2
-.1
.5
.3
.4

=.4
-3.5
.4
.0
.4

.3
-6.0
.3
=.2
.6

.3
-5.4
.3
-.2
.6

.4
.3
.2
.0
.2

.2
1.6
.4
.1
.4

.9
-3.8
.3
.3
.4

.8
-2.2
.4
.3
.3

.4
.5
.3
.2
.4

.2
-1.8
.4
.2
.5

.4
-.8
.3
.2
.4

.2
,2
.3
.3
.3

= .6
.1
= 6.0
.5
.1

-1.4
-1.2
-10.1
.2
.1

-1.0
.1
-10.6
.2
.2

=.6
.2
=8.5
.5
.3

.6
1.1
2.2
.1
.1

.0
.0
-.2
.1
.3

-.6
1.3
-13.7
.5
.1

.4
1.7
=.7
.0
.0

.3
-.5
5.1
.0
.3

.4
.8
=3.6
.9
.5

.1
-.3
•-.4
.2
.3

-.1
-.5
1.4
.0
.0

-.6
.0

=1.3
=.1

-1.2
.0

-.9
-.2

-.3
-.1

= .1
.0

-.7
.1

-.1
.0

.6
.2

-.3
.0

.1
.2

.1
.0

-2.2
-.4
1.2

-2.0
=9.5
-.3

=.4
-7.3
.3

=2.9
-6.1
.2

3.6
-1.1
.2

-.9
= 1.1
.5

3.0
-6.3
.5

2.8
-1.7
-5.6

=1.5
2.6
.9

1.5
.2
1.6

= .8
.5
1.1

1.6
-.7
1.4

.3

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6
Services
PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods .
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials'
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other

134



47, Consumer and producer prices—Continued
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted

1987
Change from 12

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual ra te)

Item

1987
Dec.

1986
Dec.

Ql

Q2

Index level
(1982 — 100)'
Q4

Q3

2

CONSUMER PRices

1.1

4.4

6.3

4.3

3.9

3.2

115.4

3.8
-19.7
3.8
1.4
5.2

3.5
8.2
4.2
3.5
4.5

3.6
25.5
4.9
4.8
4.8

5.8
6.6
3.8
3.7
4.4

2.1
6.0
3.8
2.9
4.3

2.8
-3.9
4.4
2.5
5.0

114.7
88.3
120.4
113.5
124.4

-2.3
2.8
-38.1
3.0
2.1

2.1
-.3
10.3
2.6
1.3

4.3
-2.5
40.6
2.9
1.1

3.5
9.6
2.0
1.8
1.1

3.8
-1.8
16.5
4.6
4.0

-2.6
-5.7
-12.5
1.4
-.7

105.7
108.8
60.9
115.6
112.4

-4.5
.1

5.5
5.3

6.7
4.2

5.3
4.2

5.6
5.3

4.8
7.6

103.8
110.7

-1.5
-27.6
1.8

1.7
10.5
22.4

-2.5
50.0
8.7

25.2
11.3
27.2

-4.8
5.9
39.4

-5.2
= 15.7
16.9

95.8
73.5
127.0

1 All items . .
2 Food ,
3 Energy items . . .
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services

....

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
11 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

..
.

....

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other

Change from 1 month earlier
j Feb.

Mar.

ALpr.

.7

.4

A

.5
2.9
.4
.5
.4

.2
2.0
.3
.1
.4

.2
.8
.5
.6
.3

.5
-.8
3.2
.5
.4

.2
.2
2.6
-.2
-.2

.7
.5

-2.0
8.4
1.3

Jan.

May

June

A

A

.3

.3

.4

.3

.4
.5
.4
.5
.5

.5
.1
.3
.3
.3

.5
1.0
.2
.1
.2

-.1
.2
.3
.2
.3

.1
1.7
.4
.2
.6

.5
-.4
.2
.4
.2

.4
.0
2.9
.4
.1

.6
1.3
.5
.3
.3

.2
1.1
-.8
.1
.1

.1
-.1
.8
.1
-.1

.3
=.4
1.6
.4
.2

.3
-.7
2.7
.2
.3

.6
.3

.3
.3

.3
.2

.5
.4

.5
.5

.6
.4

.6
.4

.8
1.1
.4

.6
1.0
.4

3.8
.7
.8

3.7
.5
2.4

-1.7
1.5
2.8

-1.4
2.9
2.4

July

Aug.

Sept

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

.3

.3

.2

.2
-.6
.5
.4
.6

.1
.3
.3
.4
.2

.4
-.8
.3
-.2
.4

.4
.6
-.5
.5
.5

=-.3
-.3
=.9
.0
-.4

.1
.1
-.8
.1
.1

-.5
-1.3
-1.6
.3
.2

.2
.6

.5
.7

.4
.5

.3
.5

.0
-2.8
3.4

.5
-1.7
3.1

-2.5
-.9
.7

.6
-1.6
.2

CONSUMER PRICES2
1 AH items . .
2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services . . . .
PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy . . .
10 Other consumer goods
11 Capital equipment
3

12 Intermediate materials
13 Excluding eiergy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy . ,
Other . . .




....

....
..

.2
1.4
2.7

135

48* Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1

1987

1986
10.87

1QR£

Qi
1 Balance on current account
2
Not seasonally adjusted

..

Merchandise trade balance2
Merchandise exports
Merchandise imports
Military transactions net
Investment income, net3
Other service transactions net

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Remittances, pensions, and other transfers . .
U.S. government grants
(excluding military)
. ..

11 Change in U.S. government assets
other than official reserve assets,
net (increase, — )
12 Change in official reserve assets (increase, -) .
13 Gold
14 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
....
15

Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund .
Foreign currencies ,

16

34 Allocation of SDRs
35 Discrepancy
36
Owing to seasonal adjustments
37
Statistical discrepancy in recorded data
before seasonal adjustment

38
39
40
41

MEMO
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — ) . . .
Foreign official assets in the United States
excluding line 25 (increase +)
Change in OPEC official assets in the
United States (part of line 22)
Transfers under military grant programs
(excluded from lines 4 6 and 10)

136



Qi

Q4

Q3
-41,967
-47,330

-33 S23
-31,803

- 144,547 - 160,280 -35,433 -33,861 -36,721 -38,532 -39,871 -39,552 -39,665 • -41,1192
56,642
54,113
59,864
56,946
56,268
56,791
64,902
249,570
68,013
223,969
-368 516 -409 850 -89,546 -90,807 -92,989 -95,174 -96,662 -99,416 - 104,567 = 109 205
-605
-78
-2,369 -1,408 -=1,283 -1,076
-179
-4,372
-851
- 1 ,261
1,692
5,317
5,076
20,374
6,995
4,715
6,116
23,143
1,067
12,539
540
-143
84
13
464
-27
2,257
87
1 755
479
-3,571

-3,434

-886

-839

-799

-1,047

-867

-884

-855

-828

-11,738

-10,011

-2,086

-3,246

-3,450

-2,956

-2,100

-2,241

-2,125

-3,545

-2,000

1,162

-206

-211

-1,592

10

67

-170

252

312
0
-246

9,149
0
-509

-115
0
-274

16
0
- 104

280
0
163

132
0

1,956
0

-31

76

3,419
0
-171

32
0
-210

1,500
-942

2,070
7,588

344

366
-246

508
-391

283

606

335

407

722

-185

-120

1,274

3,255

-165

3,225

9,049
-86,298 -15,305 -24,320 -24,901 -31,777
21,870
4,916 -13,660 -18,909 -32,322
-40,531
34
828
-491
3,145 - 2,642 -2,440
2,462 -1,639
277
-4,456 -5,960 -1,076
-6,303 -2,745 -10,691
-44,456 -11,619 -7,144

-26,127
- 22,422
2,603
-88
-6,220

-25,576
-16,519
-215
-972
-7,870

-43,645
-23,460
1,248
-1,757
- 19,676
20,047
19,243

17 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
-96,303
(increase, — )3 . . . .
-59,975
Bank-reported claims
-4,220
Nonbank- reported claims
U.S. purchases of foreign securities, net . . . . -4,297
-27,811
U S direct investments abroad net3

28 Change in foreign private assets in the
United States (increase + )3
29 U S bank-reported liabilities
30 U S nonbank-reported liabilities
31
Foreign private purchases of U.S.
Treasury securities, net
32 Foreign purchases of other U.S.
securities, net
33
Foreign direct investments in
United states net3

| Q3

Q2

- 138 827 - 153 964 -32,457 -33,714 -35,537 -37,121 -37,624 -40,852
-28,712 -34,909 -39,442 -35,764 -33,032 -41,799

18
19
20
21

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 Other U.S. liabilities reported by
U S banks
27
Other foreign official assets5

Q2

Q4

35,507
34,364
-1,214
2,054

44,968
43,361
1,570
-2 824

2,719
3,238
-177

430

15,838
14,540
-644
1,001

15,779
12,171
-276
1,143

1,171
4,415
-117
-520

-62

256

611
842
714

-1,337

-1,309

-287

615

13,997
12,193

10,332
1 1 ,083

1,012
3,741
0
- 205

662
108

1,187
-884

3 901
-1,040

-1,131

1,472
-531

3,043
-302

-2,197
-410

3,543
»360

-313

= 34
-624

-223

359

185,746
79,783
-2,906

166 521
87,778
2 150

36,331
9,697
-1,930

34,291
3,326
-1,293

54,104
29,580
1,084

61,020
37,180
-767

19,122
-6,100
1,696

40,327
17,961
1,570

71,047
46,153
-116

36,025
29,764
-1,000

3,809

-7,596

5,820

3,820

-1,754

-4,077

-2,826

-2,431

-2,835

496

17,107

12,380

18,373

15,998

12,819

-4,977

8,087

16,304

7,979

7,229

15,026

11,742

0

70,969

42,213

18,730

22,752

34,091

41 976

4,014

5,686

257

0

0

0

0

0

18,461

9,033
3,006

0
-8,133
-3,876

0

15,566

0
8,100
-2,786

0

6,565
3,655

-6,547
4,141

13,071
-2,615

-4,399
-4,658

16,342
3,138

15,566

18,461

6,027

10,886

-4,257

2,910

- 10,688

15,686

259

13,204

312

9,149

-115

16

280

132

1,956

3,419

32

3,741

33,453

47,792

2,289

14,837

14,636

1,691

15,314

11,641

898

19,939

-9,327

-9,956

1,899

-2,166

-3,020

-6,040

-2,801

-2,681

-1,723

= 2,750

101

58

19

11

19

53

8

26

13

12

49. U.S. foreign trade, 19871-2
Millions of dollars; exports F.A.S. value; imports C.I.F. value
Year

Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Exports of domestic and
foreign merchandise . .
2 General imports including
merchandise for
immediate consumption
plus entries into
bonded warehouses . . .

254,122

424,442
-170,320

3 Trade balance

18,400

19,328

20,172

20,402

20,262

21,108

22,433

20,884

21,810

22,075

23,095

24,153

33,133

32,855

33,996

33,639

34,337

36,166

36,311

35,962

35,745

37,631

36,717

37,950

-14,733 -13,527 -13,824 -13,237 -14,074 -15,058 -13,878 -15,078 -13,935 -15,556 -13,662 -13,797
Not seasonally adjusted

1 Exports of domestic and
foreign merchandise . .
2 General imports including
merchandise for
immediate consumption
plus entries into
bonded warehouses . . .

254,122

17,346

18,854

21,836

20,668

20,760

21,637

21,379

20,079

21,184

22,778

23,279

24,314

424,442

32,167

31,124

33,927

33,778

34,672

36,928

37,455

35,389

35,159

39,765

36,739

37,340

-170,320 -14,821 -12,270 -12,091 -13,100 -13,913 -15,291 -16,076 -15,310 -13,975 -16,987 -13,460 -13,026

3 Trade balance

50* U.S. reserve assets, 1987
Millions ol dollars; end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

49,386

49,358

48,824

46,591

45,913

45,140

44,318

45,944

45,070

46,200

46,779

45,798

2 Gold stock1
3 Special drawing rights2-3
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund2'4
5 Foreign currencies5

11,062
8,470

11,085
8,615

11,081
8,740

11,076
8,879

1 1 ,070
8,904

11,069
8,856

11,069
8,813

11,068
9,174

11,075
9,078

11,085
9,373

11,082
9,937

11,078
10,283

11,872
17,982

11,699
17,959

11,711
17,292

11,745
14,891

11,517
14,422

11,313
13,902

10,964
13,472

11,116
14,586

10,918
13,999

11,157
14,585

11,369
14,391

11,349
13,088

Type




137

51. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 86

Jan.
1 Total1

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

180,359 180,339 180,670 189,292 190,403 195,502 199,579 204,363 210,137 212,641 211,439 211,834

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3 . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable**
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

28,303
53,294

26,941
54,420

25,603
55,933

27,400
59,547

25,147
63,614

27,074
65,790

25,932
70,721

26,495
74,766

30,117
75,C95

28,946
75,457

28 266
75,132

27,920
75,650

77,516
3,550

78,136
3,150

78,511
2,750

82,373
2,300

82,530
1,800

84,141
1,800

85,589
1,300

85,630
1,300

87,507
K3QO

90,886
1,300

91,058
1 300

91368
1,300

17 696

17 692

17 873

17 672

17 312

16,697

16,037

16,172

16 118

16052

15 681

15,596

19 87
1

213,584 215,544 227,150 236,337 236,611 238,796 232,479

1 Total

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3 . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

31,622
73,435

32,078
80,663

237,818 239,688 252,561 254 089 259,517

27,984
75,718

29,658
75,434

31 463
79,629

92,845
1,300

93,678
1 300

99,584 102,073 106,520 110,238 112,490 115,101 116,442 118,909 120 76? 122,432
1 300
530
1 300
1 300
500
300
300
700
300
300

15 737

15 474

15 174

33 180
84,640

15 144

32 013
81,553

15 225

29728
78,210

32043
75,731

38 347
78,819

34 268
82,542

14432

14479

15 2D2

16 186

16 217

July

15 117

Aug.

Sept

Oct.

Nov.

31 833
88,829

16 121

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986
Jan.
1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

| Dec.

180,359 180,339 180,670 189,292 190,403 195,502 199,579 204,363 210,117 212,641 211 439 211,834

Western Europe'
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
.
Other countries2

,.

74 476
1,119
11,523
88 538
1,896
2,808

73 206
1,762
10 246
89 873
1,786
3,464

72 582
1,446
10 432
90 859
1 845
3,505

76 681
1,712
10 794
94 699
1 832
3,578

76 622
1,502
10 597
96 514
1 718
3,451

80,107
1,529
11 055
97 827
1,717
3,268

81 883 84 456 87 716 90 303 88 339 88 62CI
1,626
1 892
2 004
1,536
1,627
1,699
9 141
H 41?
11 265 10790 10 V>4 10 166
100 483 102 793 105 644 105 196 105 355 101 868
1,525
1 863
1 717
1 545
1 5(F<i
1 957
2,914
2,797
3,560
5,169
5,4121
2,828

1987
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

1

213,584 215,544 227,150 236,337 236,611 238,796
1

Western Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

138



232,479 237,818 239,688 252,561 254,089 259,517

89,979 91,147 99,836 106,200 108,702 111,620 107,817 106,863 108,^8 116,542 117 628 124 620
4 884
4 %i
3,502
3 559
5 152
4 129
3 482
3 922
5 110
3 761
4 189
3 383
8,813
7,587
8,004
7,949
7,764
9,217
8,561
9,356
8,465
7,478
8,924
8,328
107,342 108,737 108 483 109 899 109 534 108,702 105,519 109,528 109,487 114 116 116 426 116 060
1 164
1 837
1 400
1 590
1 300
1 562
1 402
1 474
1 618
1 627
1 284
1 185
5,674
4,072
3,255
6,589
5,985
5,989
5 317
3,819
6 057
7,054
4 665
4 H7

52. 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
19 86

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

444,146 445,330 458,493 472,250

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 All foreigners

431,873 437,582 442,085

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time 2deposits1
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices3

335 623 340,689 345,545 347,171 342,880 346,806 344 227 355,879 373 123 368,238 379 555 406 485
19,631 20,197 19,746 19,780 21,664 19,750 20,249 21,347 21,730 24,758 23,789
19,617
113,900 115,637 116,403 113,170 113,028 114,689 116,221 121,697 124,936 123,151 124,625 .130,891
31 773 33,868 33,154 34,865 33,101 33,276 33 083 34,457 38 603 38,700 38 026 42705
170,333 171,552 175,791 179,390 176,971 177,177 175,174 179,477 188,238 184,657 192,146 209,100

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
9 Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments^ . . . . .
10 Other . . . .

96,251
70,141

96,893
72,967

96,540
73,044

96,975
74,631

18,014
8,096

15,794
8,132

15,482
8,014

13,928
8,415

14,051
8,207

1 1 Nonmonetary international7 and
regional organizations

7,487

10,604

5,173

3,445

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time 2deposits1
15 Other . . . .

2 714
96
2,369
250

5,064
174
3,902
987

1 354
102
391
861

1,699
138
681
881

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
18 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments
19 Other

4,773
3,216

5,540
4,219

3,820
2,311

1,556
1

1,322
0

20 Official institutions8

81,597

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits'
2 4 Other2 . .

. . . .
4

25 Banks' custody liabilities
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
27 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments
28 Other

102,449 111,687
80,192 82,701

487,059 506,164 502,895 513,860 540,996

128,023
86,902

131,180
89,739

15,747
13,238

14,822
26,298

14,683
26,757

4,369

3,441

4,726

2,238
99
1,108
1,030

891
79
551
262

2 609
157
1,208
1,243

1,746
768

2,131
1,282

2,550
1,619

1,508
0

970
7

849
0

918
13

81,361

81,535

86,947

88,762

92,865

96,653 101,261 105,212 104,404 103,399 103,569

22 590
1,638
10 135
10,817

22,461
1,601
9,788
11,071

21 849
1,917
10084
9,848

24,298
1,832
9,051
13,416

22,254
1,810
9,412
11,031

23,861
2,131
10 142
11,587

22 831
1,640
10063
11,128

23 722
1,582
10 174
11,966

27 362
1,895
10 850
14 618

25 822
1,840
10 340
13,642

25 654
2,188
11 042
12 425

25 427
2 267
10 497
12 663

59,007
53,294

58,900
54,420

59,686
55,933

62,648
59,547

66,508
63,614

69,004
65,790

73,822
70,721

77,539
74,766

77,850
75,095

78,582
75,457

77,745
75,132

78,142
75,650

5,596
117

4,132
348

3,585
168

2,916
185

2,754
139

2,996
218

2,894 ' 2,625
207
148

2,555
199

2,920
204

2,480
132

2,347
145

133,042 134,657
90,634 91,420

134 305
90,468

134 511
90,398

14,608
27,800

15,052
28,184

14,337
29,499

15 417
28 696

5,159

3,038

3,902

4,996

5,807

3 996
165
3,232
599

1 721
180
1,242
300

2 426
175
1,938
313

3 625
135
2,298
1 192

3 958
199
2,065
1 693

2,118
991

1,163
129

1 317
218

1,476
308

1 371
262

1 849
259

1,126
0

1,033
1

1,099
0

1,162
6

1,104
5

1,590

o

29 Banks9

267,371 269,426

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 2deposits1
34
Other
35 Own foreign offices3

244,373 246,451 256,938 254,963 251,676 255,488 252,012 260,892 276,669 272,492 283,063 310,166
81,415 88,431 87,834 90,917 101 066
74,040 74,899 81,148 75,573 74,706 78,311 76,838
9,035 10,276
8,684
9,772
9,690
9,150
9,254
9,631
9,306
9,714
11,611 10,303
44,911 45,027 50,375 47,737 46,162 48,092 48,641 51,870 57,148 55,237 56,677 64232
19,357 20,241 21,083 19,152 19,509
19,942 19,047 20,239 22,029 22,883 22,628 26,531
170 333 171,552 175,791 179,390 176,970 177,177 175,174 179,477 188,238 184,657 192,146 209 100

280,232 278,190 275,594 284,452 293,421 302,114 318,921 314,904 325,970 351,745

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
38 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments
39 Other

22999
9,497

22,975
9,770

23,294
10,131

23,227
9,914

23,917
10,841

28,964
10,688

41 ,408
10,945

41,222
10,557

42,252
10,647

42,413
10,615

42,907
10,509

41 579
9,984

6,004
7498

6,044
7,161

5,905
7,258

5,576
7,736

5,586
7,491

5,798
12,478

5,640
24,823

5,571
25,095

5,542
26064

5,357
26,442

5,269
27 129

5,165
26 431

40 Other foreigners

75,418

76,192

75,144

75,564

76,606

77,735

77,450

78,525

78,993

79,685

79,495

79,875

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits
43 Time 2deposils1
44 Other . . . . .

65 946
8,112
56,485
1,350

66,713
8,225
56,920
1,568

65,404
8,488
55,554
1,362

66,210
9,092
55,701
1,417

66,713
8,836
56,346
1,531

66,566
9,178
55,904
1,484

66 775
8,802
56,309
1,664

67,269
9,196
56,420
1,654

67 370
10,018
55,697
1 656

67,498
10,000
55,637
1,862

67 213
10,824
54,608
1,781

66 934
11,019
54,097
1 818

9,472
4,134

9,479
4,558

9,740
4,669

9,354
4,401

9,893
4,454

11,169
4,604

10,675
4,246

11,256
4,288

11,622
4,674

12,186
5,040

12,282
4,565

12,941
4,506

4,858
480

4,297
623

4,483
588

4,465
487

4,862
577

6,036
529

5,161
1 268

5,454
1 514

5,411
1 537

5,614
1 532

5,484
2 234

6,315
2 120

9 628

7,386

6 603

6,286

6,269

6419

6622

6 704

6 728

6 902

6 752

7 496

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
47 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments
48 Other
MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of deposit
in custody for foreigners




139

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United Slates—Continued
A, By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1987

Holder and type of liability
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

| July

| Aug. | Sefr:. | Oct.

| Nov.

Dec.

1 All foreigners

530,905 527,176 533,106 559,671 565,240 550,816 545,556 554,803 586,148 605,116 605,074 618,622

2 Banks' own liabilities .
3 Demand deposits . .
4 Time 2deposits' . . . .
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices3

396,134 392,717 396,675 418,048 423,804 410,288 410,806 415,441 448.220 462,986 457,634 469,487
22,134 22,087 21,914 21,965 22,844 22,520 19,905 21,821 20,869 22,876 23,736 22,704
124,298 124,688 124,721 131,472 132,615 133,012 133,917 137,698 148.106 151,925 147,162 148,152
40,911 42,501 45,927 49,749 49,160 42,265 44,664 42,288 50,164 53,047 52,474 51,059
208,791 203,441 204,113 214,863 219,185 212,491 212,320 213,635 229,C81 235,138 234,262 247,571

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments . . .
10 Other

134,771 134,459 136,431 141,623 141,436 140,528
89,370 90,800 93,153 97,928 95,959 93,695

134,749 139,361 137,528 142,130 147,440 149,135
88,193 92,705 89,747 91,374 96,612 101,743

14,609
30,791

13,744
29,916

14,695
28,583

14,590
29,105

15,790
29,687

16,371
30,462

15,632
30,924

15,259
31,397

16,C42
32,139

15,933
34,823

16,737
34,090

16,712
30,680

11 Nonmonetary international7 and
regional organizations

5,282

5,282

6,084

8,927

5,907

4,005

5,946

5,332

7,751

3,594

5,809

4,373

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits .
14 Time deposits1 . . .
15 Other2

3,933
183
2,519
1,231

2,956
157
1,493
1,306

4,705
249
1,240
3,216

7,333
334
3,114
3,884

4,243
106
964
3,173

2,515
72
987
1,456

2,367
76
599
1,692

2,498
44
807
1,647

4,,580
80
1,235
3.264

1,680
107
986
586

3,195
74
1,094
2,027

2,612

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
18 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments . .
19 Other

1,349
86

2,326
1,213

1,379
154

1,594
428

1,664
440

1,490
266

3,579
2,339

2,834
1,635

3,171
1,793

1,914
285

2,614
747

1,761
265

1,261
2

1,112
1

1,225
0

1,152
14

1,224
0

1,224
0

1,240
0

1,193
6

1.378
0

1,624
6

55

20 Official institutions8

249
1,523
839

1,497

103,702 105,091 111,092 117,821 113,566 112,740 105,058 107,938 107,745 117,156 116,801 120,650

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits .
23 Time 2deposits' . . .
24 Other

25,750
1,485
11,275
12,990

27,086
1,512
11,097
14,477

28,316
1,919
11,066
15,331

30,207
1,827
12,461
15,919

29,151
2,086
11,427
15,637

28,688
1,743
13,524
13,421

28,453
1,710
13,677
13,065

26,433
1,907
13,580
10,946

28,344
1,830
14,266
12,278

34,785
1,905
16,584
16,296

31,066
1,820
13,707
15,539

2BS686
1,948
12,429
14,309

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments . . .
28 Other

77,952
75,718

78,005
75,434

82,776
79,629

87,614
84,640

84,415
81,553

84,052
80,663

76,605
73,435

81,505
78,210

79,4D1
75,731

82,372
78,819

85,735
82,542

91,965
88,829

2,166
69

2,431
140

3,015
132

2,819
154

2,715
147

3,141
248

2,950
220

3,151
144

3,540
150

3,328
225

2,993
200

2,990
14(5

29 Banks9

344,806 339,464 340,463 356,007 366,321 357,195 358,805 362,957 390,742 405,636 400,611 414,024

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 2deposits1
34
Other
35 Own foreign offices3 . . . .

301,044 297,309 300,186 315,648 325,133 314,670 315,524 319,957 347,002 359,316 354,402 371,204
92,253 93,868 96,073 100,785 105,948 102,180 103,204 106,322 117,9^2 124,178 120,140 123,633
9,900
9,772 10,798 10,288
10,426 10,099
8,739
9,498
9,799 11,369 11,862 10,9111
57,018 59,241 61,438 63,686 67,142 66,454 66,610 69,353 77,4:58 79,583 76,658 79,926
24,808 24,528 25,137 27,327 28,008 25,438 27,855 27,069 30,6,56 33,225 31,621 32,790
208,791 203,441 204,113 214,863 219,185 212,491 212,320 213,635 229,081 235,138 234,262 247,571

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
38 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments . . .
39 Other

43,763
9,839

42,155
10,501

40,277
9,759

40,359
9,545

41,187
9,774

42,524
9,066

43,281
9,142

43,000
9,100

43,739
9,206

46,321
8,961

46,209
9,480

42,819
9,134

5,258
28,666

4,107
27,547

4,171
26,347

4,090
26,725

4,213
27,201

5,611
27,848

5,850
28,289

5,320
28,581

5,221
29,312

5,454
31,906

5,586
31,143

5,39<)
28,296

40 Other foreigners . . .

77,115

77,339

75,466

76,916

79,447

76,876

75,747

78,576

79,911

78,729

81,853

79,575

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits .
43 Time 2deposits' . . .
44 Other

65,408
10,040
53,486
1,881

65,366
10,318
52,857
2,191

63,468
10,247
50,977
2,244

64,860
10,031
52,211
2,618

65,277
9,854
53,081
2,342

64,414
10,416
52,048
1,950

64,463
9,379
53,031
2,053

66,554
9,970
53,958
2,626

68,294
9,190
55,137
3,9(56

67,206
9,495
54,772
2,940

68,970
9,981
55,703
3,287

66,985
9,589
54,275
3,121;

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5 . .
47 Other negotiable and readily 6
transferable instruments
48 Other

11,707
3,728

11,973
3,652

11,998
3,610

12,056
3,315

14,169
4,192

12,462
3,701

11,284
3,276

12,022
3,761

3,046

11,523
3,309

12,882
3,842

12,589
3,515

5,924
2,055

6,093
2,227

6,285
2,103

6,529
2,212

7,638
2,340

6,395
2,366

5,592
2,415

5,594
2,667

5,904
2,668

5,527
2,686

6,347
2,693

6,836
2,238

7,333

7,860

7,855

8,134

8,694

7,356

6,313

6,458

6,501

6,676

7,361

7,314

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of deposit
in custody for foreigners

140



52. 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

1986

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

56

Asia . . . . . . . .
China
Mainland .
Taiwan
Hong Ktmg
India
Indonesia
Israel .
Japan , „
Korea . ,
Philippines .
Thailand
Middle Hast oil-exporting
countries3
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

424,386 426,978
162,158 158,166

691

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

769

5,215

4,758

536
373

533
506

15,624
5 618

15,178
5,558

613

552

7 762
4,109

7,335
4,027

781
705

552
683

1 899
1,672
26 344

1,800
1,693
25,892

504
....

404

81 028

80,346

436,912 440,701
157,899 165,851
931
910
5,760
5,069
752
536
619
354
19,351
15,945
7,018
5,804
559
536
6,550
7,214
4,451
4,349
661
469
704
672
1,774
1,924
1,313
1,547
26,882
27,260
363
383
82,144
78,867
535
547
4,313
5,382
38
61
624
578

595

600

7,713
43
332

6,491
64
427

18 057

Canada ,

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Apr.

May

June

July

1 Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

431,873 437,582 442,085 444,146 445,330 458,493 472,250 487,059 506,164 502,895 513,860 540,996

1 Total
2 Foreign countries
.
3
Europe
4
Austria . „
5
Belgium-Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland . . .
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
H
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

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

21,471

22,536

161 506 160,484
5 552
5 786
53,949
54,069
2,152
2,609
6,043
5,763
41,244
40,525
2,004
2,026
3 331
3,140

165,560
5,162
56,071
2,313
6,111
44,530
2,095
3,079

20,534

440,961 455,052 467,524
166,782 167,489 163,324
897
1,013
984
5,448
5,247
5,324
523
519
558
509
490
449
19,463
19,892 20,225
5,314
5,290
5,930
551
657
602
7,875
8,917
8,744
4,231
4,278
4,728
710
850
490
795
796
711
2,071
1,880
1,904
1,299
1,118
1,259
26,855 27,850
28,366
434
586
310
84,338 82,454
78,172
661
542
556
4,235
4,162
3,471
34
89
48
693
690
508
21,301

22,970

22,415

24,015

24,208

24,451

25,802

26,345

244

125

13,721
4,695
7 428
1,121
1 733
11,257
4 552

13,608
4,560
7,180
1,100
1,729
11,544
4,521

164,795
5,635
57,992
2,270
5,788
41,388
2,147
3,102
7
6
1,199
1,209
1,129
1,126
174
144
13,143
13,021
4,859
4,561
7,324
6,962
1,107
1,120
1,647
1,570
11,531
11,475
4,702
4,657

74,819

78,760

82,666

81,686

83,805

86,979

91,539

95,799

99,992

99,232

106,939

108,831

1,003
9089
8,216
607
1,523
1 465
25,014
1,503

1,347
10,836
8,707
928
2,107
1,458
28,268
1,331

1 199

1,624
9,658
8,194
631
1,738
1,370
26,370
1,601
1,086
1,141

1,104

1,550
11,022
8,757
574
'1,787
1,490
28,277
1,337
1,051
993

973
12,687
8,745
577
1,758
1,671
29,666
1,336
1,332
1,155

1,489
13,684
8,656
695
1,416
1,725
31,295
1,414
1,308
1,068

1,795
14,332
8,806
563
1,527
1,732
36,273
1,392
1,363
1,102

1,185
15,607
8,906
686
1,430
1,686
38,153
1,251
1,458
1,079

1,940
16,133
9,223
652
1,611
2,111
39,970
1,282
1,401
1,099

1,586
16,533
8,543
755
,531
,987
4 ,306
,446
,709
,114

1,450
17,540
9,232
701
1,527
2,381
46,157
1,128
1,721
1,082

1,476
18,902
9,393
674
1,547
1,892
47,410
1,141
1,866
1,119

15,174
9,083

16,308
9,037

15,874
9,509

14,911
9,936

14,539
9,365

14,581
9,648

12,765
9,890

13,227
11,132

13,056
11,516

12,044
10,678

13,009
11,011

12,352
1 1 ,058

Africa
Eevot
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

4 642
1 080

4,174
960
85
387
90
1 ,442
1,210

4,229
910
92
415
105
l ,490
1,216

4,292
1,079

3,965
822
93
531
65
1,368
1,087

4,228
1 ,088
82
438
60
1,370
1,189

4,167

3,974

4,021

4,021

640
86
347
79

710
84
264
96

706
92
270
74

1,624
1,204

1,622
1,200

1,592
1,275

1,519
1,360

Other countries
Australia
All other . . .

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International5 .
Latin American regional
Other regional6

68
69
70




....

16

6

1 206
1,145

1,172
1,132

942

978

161,337 169,640 183,359
6,084
6,236
6 343
53,738 60,172
61,111
2,016
2,535
2,189
5,540
5,185
5,139
42,197 43,296
56,888
2,224
2,271'
2,232
3,053
3,419
3,340
7
8
7
1,167
1,262
1,198
1,108
1,124
1,098
201
185
184
13,641
13,171
13,052
4,804
4,353
4,483
6,747
6,663
7,042
1,199
1,158
1,132
1,664
1,706
1,683
11,517
11,538
11,852
4,642
4,820
4,713

481,900 503,126 498,993 508,863 535,189
166,561 173,933 175,132 176,093 180,556
1,031
1,070
1,193
1,181
969
5,115
6 142
6,043
6,729
6,806
637
573
481
482
475
365
406
580
606
448
21,503 21,346
21,241 21,909
22,862
5,675
7 847
5 685
5,762
5 936
567
621
644
751
700
9,266
8 834
8 804
9,306
10,875
4,544
5,002
4,443
5,600
4,910
534
537
651
507
735
791
685
758
699
738
1,994
2 097
2,206
2,407
2,306
937
1,246
884
1,008
1,296
28,927 29 190 29 744
30,147
30,534
447
454
285
401
417
79,946
86,043
85,334
84,408
84,989
482
544
562
515
630
3,382
2,841
3,313
3,467
3,326
32
84
80
25
16
545
702
546
484
452

188,160 197,416 192,189 190,360 210,318
6,093
5,188
4,757
6092
5 719
67,097 69,238
64,657 63,524
73,619
1,902
2,227
2,193
2,922
2,539
5,172
5,363
4,325
8,899
4,688
56,280 61,973
72,263
59,061
61,780
2,054
2,140
2,326
2,427
2,400
3,319
3 378
3,779
3,878
4,285
7
6
6
7
8
1,234
1,262
1,218
1,200
1,236
1,140
1,129
1,127
1,130
1,123
177
187
136
151
153
13,665
13,595
13,200
13,745
13,260
4,383
4,647
4,766
5,069
4,970
6,423
6,671
6,453
6,886
6,546
1,150
1,167
1,146
1,256
1,163
1,633
1,602
1,608
1,585
1,537
11,502
11,337
11,152
11,307
10,171
5,102
4,682
4,893
4,853
5,119

4 359

4,260

98
565
73

987
92
422
92

870
91
466
95

1,644
1,181

1,615
1,152

1,601
1,137

3 204
2,706

3,738
3,024

3,991
3,236

739

2,921
2,170
751

3,135
2,440
696

640

4,014
2,931
1,083

5,649
4,273
1,376

5,118
4,196

755

3,507
2,744
763

3,411
2,771

714

3,662
3,058
604

3,682
2,943

498
7,487
6,109
909
470

10,604
9,408
863
333

5,173
4,105
916
153

3,445
2,462
823
160

4,369
3,519
748
102

3,441
2,471
845
126

4,726
3,464
924
338

5,159
4,053
916
190

3,038
1,759
972
307

3,902
2,748
957
197

4,996
3,912
927
157

5,807
4,620
1,033
154

87
415
92
1,464
1,156

843
91
326
80

922

141

52. 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
1987

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
USSR
....
23
Other Eastern Europe2

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

S$pt.

Oct.

Nov,

530,905 527,176 533,106 559,671 565,240 550,816 545,556 554,803 586,148 605,116 605,074

Dec,
618,622

525,623 521,894 527,021 550,743 559,333 546,811 539,610 549,470 578,397 601,522 599,265 614,249
183,034 185,098 185 926 195,684 212,015 210 160 204,731 208,534 21S,293 233 296 229 008 234 662
974
1,058
815
799
921
1,254
973
929
1,066
1,166
31,280
920
9,164
7,627
7,232
9,360
9,577
9,754 10,463 10,833 10,917
7,906
6,760
9,304
449
623
425
520
425
459
491
576
590
704
628
717
762
947
616
497
566
942
909
535
507
571
461
377
21,404 22,699 23,853 27,467 27,872 27,880 25,486 27,003 27,899 28 255 27 522 2<> 9'54
6,844 10,684
6,102
7,502
8,224
7,173
7,089
7,746
6334
8,562
8,548
7,061
642
690
667
746
750
602
643
636
590
738
715
689
9 393
8 502 10 093 11 342 11 757 11 990 10 031
7 667
8-410 10 282 10 016 12 063
5,880
5,447
5,206
5,355
4,970
5,442
5,360
5,462
6,119
6 725
6490
S 013
502
567
562
554
490
571
593
663
1,187
1,074
679
1 ,362
704
586
710
686
660
607
684
724
658
700
858
801
2,244
2,284
2,102
2,263
2,371
2,217
2,340
2,287
2,326
2,683
2,614
2,619
1,065
1,235
884
1,063
1,251
1,496
1,289
1,387
1 582
U539
2 882
1 379
28,938 27,576 27,529 26,503 26,840 27,796 24,612 28,265 27,332 29,053 30,167 T*,7S4
412
454
365
375
359
833
378
514
198
550
433
703
91,235 93,773 91,723 95,338 107,005 104,929 107,446 107,149 110,235 119,308 115,122 116,778
564
S19
554
565
526
429
433
459
491
508
485
711
4,594
4,325
3,907
3,870
5,284
6,410
4,315
6,016
7,958
9,180
8,184
9,798
21
23
30
32
37
36
45
M
550
51
87
36
616
633
527
532
517
656
494
629
640
599
602
5&8
27 972

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

196,875 191,353 197,495 208,105 205,481 198,070 200,234 201,251 214,096 217,859 214,306 220,313
4,746
4,794
5 122
4,503
4,672
4,412
4,785
5,074
4 €74
5 075
5 267
4 994
64 995 62 912 62 755 71 934 68 923 66 075 61 954 61 738 70 118 72 547 70946 74 589
2,295
2,052
2 362
2,263
2,469
2,176
2,492
2,234
2,265
2442
2 231
2 335
3727
3 818
3 809
3 632
3 969
3 681
4 413
3 794
3 967
3 691
4 136
4 000
68,248 65,686 72,049 70,975 72,301 69,152 74,361 74,165 78,582 80 303 78 236 81 632
2 061
1 971
2 272
2 048
2 254
2 033
2 119
2 035
2 191
2 248
2 210
2 218
4,272
4,232
4,271
4,348
4,252
4305
4,427
4429
4 199
4 195
4 305
4 205
7
7
9
6
7
6
6
6
8
8
12
12
1,013
1,048
1,119
1,043
1,090
1 118
1,088
1,101
1 097
1 062
1 087
1 082
1 164
1 123
1 081
1 121
1 080
1 166
1 109
1 087
1 072
1 053
1 032
1 080
145
230
149
149
189
158
171
146
156
140
150
160
13,629 13 471 13 270 15 084 13,961 13 855 14 140 14 549 14 236 14 325 14 508 14 534
5,593
5,645
5,652
5,192
5,230
5,777
5,170
5,338
5,234
5,218
5,305
4,972
7 4QO
7 501
7,349
6444
6,669
7 124
7,070
7,238
7 021
7 122
7 179
7 457
1 112
1 133
1 065
1 097
1 139
1 147
1 089
1 203
1 ">06
1 205
1 205
1 271
1,642
1,534
1,620
1 592
1 ,509
1 504
1 537
1 485
1 492
1 494
1 526
1 579
9 929
9 075
9954 10 172
10098
9 935
9 872
9 739
9 680 10 249
g 03S
9 866
4,914
5,048
4,777
5,285
5,428
5,081
5,075
5 4)1
5,181
5 434
5 639
5 221

44

112 251 113 504 108 167 1 12 746 108 910 108 005 104 360 106 964 112 204 115 683 118 834 121 17'f

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

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

26 116

25 201

25 296

24 532

21 946

21 235

22 560

26,065

25 740

28 681

30 OS 3

2 046
19,557
9,411
664
1,410
1 763
50,142
1 059
1,811
1,284

1 650
21,130
9 352
686
1,591
1 895
50,929
1 017
1,779
1 232

1 988
20,107
8 889
512
1,415
1 670
48,431
1 118
1,740
1 242

1 889
19,461
9,366
527
1,460
1 305
53,822
1 178
1,427
1 112

1 842
17,333
9 437
569
,243
084
5 ,496
343
,312
174

1 737
16 353
9 105
714
1 773
1 229
50750
1 399
1 222
1 137

1 744
16436
8 592
572
1 404
928
48 145
1 410
1 148
1 088

2011
15 377
9012
902
1 541
1 036
49 872
1 388
1 208
1 180

1 7*?5
15 !<>7
8 6S3
7'rl
1 4*.0
1 105
53 'K-7
1 114
1 !<2
1 1 16

1 699
18 302
9 590
606
1 336
2 170
53 268
1 557
1 331
1 275

1 435
21 564
10 541
701
1 677
1 221
52 735
1 606
1 259
1 483

12,324
10 780

12 110
10 133

11 573
9 483

11 363
9 837

10 865
11 212

11 463
11 122

11 676
11 218

12 676
10 760

14 043
11 $80

13 660
10 888

13 379
11 232

Africa
Egypt . . . .
Morocco . .
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

3,664
607
75
341
54
1,336
1,251

3,500
791
77
201
42
1 156
1 233

3,478
775
99
184
40
1 106
1 274

3 732
871
101
288
39
1 212
1 221

4 002
1 052
86
198
74
1 266
1 325

3 751
1 009
106
188
58
1 111
1 281

4023
1 113
75
229
64
1 275
1 267

4 194
1 158
74
227
69
1 331
1 335

4011
1 1 18
81
198
81
1 179
1 35*

3 918
1 104
70
280
71
1 081
1 313

4 065
1 169
75
246
82
1 108
1 186

3 f>44
1 150
194
202
67
1 014
1 316

Other countries
Australia
All other

3,683
2,686
997

3,239
2472
767

3,984
3 027
956

5,180
4 293
888

4,394
3 589
805

4,878
4 113
765

5,026
4 333
693

5,968
5 065
904

6,633
5 684
9S5

5,016
4 057
969

4,372
3 711
661

4,069
3 325
744

5,282
4 159
960
164

5 282
4 368
762
152

6 084
5 087
783
215

8 927
7 663
845
420

5 907
4423
994
489

4 005
2 597
1,047
362

5 946
4 486
1,075
384

5 332
3 819
1,070
443

7 751
6 103
1,126
52?

3 594
2 107
1,155
331

5 B09
3 724
1,478
608

4 373
2 739
1,272
362

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . . .
68 International5 .
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional6

142



1 16?
21 494
10 196
188
1 399
I 477
54 109
1 599
1 085
1 145

n (*93

12 "'30

53. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986
Jan.

2 Foreign countries
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

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

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia ,
Israel
Japan . . .
Korea
.
Philippines
....
Thailand
.
Middle East oil-exporting
3
countries
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt . . .
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire . .
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

,

..

..

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations5




May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

386,634 391,169 395,473 401,972

395,670 404,842 404,454 404,771 417,337

407,142 417 503 441,724

101,023

100,694

101,766

101,497

104,925

101,141

101,053

542

104,104

494

429

107 006

501

609

619

694

106 658

485

. . .

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 SR
Other Eastern Europe2

24

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

Mar.

Feb.

388,702 392,793 396,465 402,636 396,625 405,297 405,098 405,504 417,582 407,615 417,813 444,745

1 Total

654

595

734

728

5,879

5,322

5,469

5,509

5,704

7,243

6,124

6,991

6,564

7,696

8,122

7,498

105,136
,.

864
843

940
741

9,114
1,218

.

8,009
1,332

845
1,194
8,697
1,384

794
795

882
866

750
983

8,931
1,341

8,902
1,176

9,496
1,095

886
1,041
9,637
1,426

783
964
9,515
1,181

807

785

753

1,085
10 205
1,616

1,111
9,593
1,422

1,176
9 543
1,762

107 823

688
987
11,356
1,816

933
. . .

884

798

764

723

629

622

660

707

626

792

648

7,567
1,264

7,039
1,265

7,347
1,408

6,744
1,394

6,854
1,397

7,470
1,429

7,308
1,450

6,009
1,254

6,789
2,040

7,689
2,151

8 374
2,427

9,043
3,296

692
. . .

1,068
1 830
2,184
2,836
1,515
62,927
1,905

652
969

613
919

786
903

746
881

905
805

634
818

698
784

732
760

711
730

712
713

672
739

1,914
2,288
2,365
1,528
61,105
1,956

1,914
2,427
2,952
1,590
57,893
1,981
1,166

1,730
1,932
2,993
1,585
60,941
1,954

2,015
2,247
3,137
1,649
59,740
1,930

2,032
2,487
3,557
1,856
58,571
2,008
1,257

1,893
2,911
2,620
1,709
56,819
1,905
1,102

1,787
2,396
3,613
1,649
58,158
1,855

2 030
2,472
2,683
1 586
62,221
1 874

1,953
2,360
2,685
1,613
58,309
1,888

1 753
2 335
3,574
1 540
58,781
1 816

1 492
1,964
3,352
1 543
58,335
1 835

799
296
1,090

600
225
927

539
345
948

20 397

21 006

718
169

734
287

1,126

1,151

17,403

18,424

189,280
11 468
49,630

. . .

191,792
11 585
50,321

424

653
477

1,180

1,111

18,205

18,944

197,199 199,596
1 1 ,464 11,785
55,578 55,219

491
489

568

504

508
528

1,164

1,176

1,112

1,026

790
405
986

18,039

18,386

18,377

19,468

18 189

19,590

198,520 206 339
12 027
12 130
55,289 61 551

197,131
12 268
53,392

194,143 201,356 202,628
1 1 ,904 12,088
12,293
52,418 56,887
56,089

196 433 208 825
12 044
12 091
53 416
59 342

557

460

275

238

274

432

373

320

452

447

418

25,247
36,621
6,493
3,005

25,517
36,984
6,572
2,903

25,496
37,178
6,567
2,820

25,069
40,256
6,537
2,789

25,087
42,006
6,543
2,776

24,926
40,155
6,477
2,642

0

0

0

0

0

24989
40,822
6 524
2,633

24,860
39,924
6,549
2,681

25 254
40,438
6560
2,672

25 716
46,284
6558
2,821

0

1

25,560
39,048
6,560
2,862

2,450

. . .

384

25,305
34,413
6,534
3,171

2,386

2,418

2,416

2,400

2,416

2,384

2,394

2,405

2,439

2,414

2,439

0

. . .

168
228

166
213

167
213

124
216

112
218

136
244

113
209

127
209

. .

32,018
1,020
6525
1,880

32,282
1,045
5,890
1,858

31,863

32,547

31,698
1,076
5,927
1,775

31,625
1,087
5,906
1,756

31,359
1,001
6,293
1,720

31,030
1,062
5,871
1,695

0

122
209

138
216

140
198

30 853

30698
1,041
5 436
1,661

930

943

940

11,249
2,084

11,080
2 020

11,108
1 936

78,520

86,092

96,126

956

961

953

951

931

10,980
1 966

11,314
1 975

11,239
1,932

11,351
1,919

11,371
1,993

11,339
2,016

1 1 ,408
1,987

11,335
1,971

66,139

71,342

70,926

73,571

74,115

72,247

74,386

77,802

77,994

840
6,147
1,776

927

936

0

31,252

996
. . .

925

1

135
224
31,219
1,135
6385
1,618
1 051
11,222
1 978

6,190
1,812

0

968

933

6,096
1,656

5 357
1,649

750

820

902

593

703

567

755

526

758

758

793

787

1 308
7,044

1,248
7,723

1,407
8,337

1,143
8,251

1,450
8,427

1,240
7,640

1,113
8,566

1,637
8,635

1 903
8,927

1,534
8,345

1 815
7,577

2 681
8,307

333
692
. .
. . .
. .

285
793

479
712

398
717

424
736

440
675

372
720

375
729

355
689

316
699

327
727

321
723

1,853
32,270
8,845
2,212

1,692
36,580
9,079
2,230

1,647
36,655
9,301
2,342

1,641
38,765
9,294
2,331

1,766
38,609
9,184
2,282

1,772
38,551
9,037
2,412

1,557
40,882
8,900
2,187

1,531
43,306
8,495
2,146

1,620
45,067
7,046
2,088

1 605
53,154
6555
1,989

1,634
59,674
7 182
2 217

813

783

724

714

714

1,611
42,673
7,794
2,164

739

639

614

595

578

796

768

3,980
6,057

3,874
6,251

3,571
4,760

3,838
5,817

3,948
5,860

3,661
5,540

2,919
5,700

2,764
6,920

3,724
6,757

3,396
7,038

3,778
7,176

4,122
7,901

5,431

5,387

5,148

5,011

4,910

4,982

4,828

4,713

4,671

4,547

653
646

639
648

619
640

701
615

633
617

593
636

577
621

4,650

690
612

740
642

4,761

677
591
1,980

1,875

1,819

1,734

1,761

1,715

1,670

1,701

17
488

17
465

17
417

17
415

17
413

21
445

1,625

.

567
598

1,550

1,558

1,604

33
512

35
551

27
696

1,296

1 272

1,205

1 253

1 213

3,094
2,157

3,214
2,291

916

937

923

3,138
2,220

918

3,249
2,141
1,108

3,163
1,971
1 192

3,294
1,949
1 345

456

644

732

245

473

309

3 021

18
582

18
570

1 584

..

560
621

1,621

1,525

1,508

1,456

1,453

1,412

3,244
2,424

3,201
2,370

3,301
2,470

3,084
2,238

2,967
2,051

2,946
2,030

821

832

832

845

916

2,069

1,624

992

665

956

28
694

143

53. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1987

Area and country

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

423,398 419,374 417,495 440,454 438,789 439,664 425,676 427,804 447,788 461,224 459,788 458,714

2 Foreign countries

421,174

417,614 414,353 434,741 437,844 437,527 421,731 424,681 443,104 458,393 452,618

100,868
637
7,600
618
786
9,056
2 734
635
7,909
2,035
741
711
1,522
2,276
2,626
1,472
55,913
1,775
500
396
928

102,327
545
8,946
583
1,040
9,944
1 734
629
7,334
2,046
766
685
1,681
2,419
2,427
1,451
56,513
1,769
455
401
961

20,612

19,295

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 Europe'
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

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan .
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries^
Other
....

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

98,936 108,131
655
746
8,569
8,089
536
613
1,116
993
10,817
9,911
1 641
1,363
536
460
7,543
6,981
3,030
2 326
683
667
742
615
1,816
1,990
2,414
2,461
2,910
2 333
1,559
1,581
53 594 59,941
1,840
1,751
759
648
367
375
1,065
1,031
19,795

20,208

116,589 114,808
669
758
9,953
9,913
531
706
1,045
1,036
11,996
12,075
1,613
1,493
457
457
8,420
8,335
5,754
2,946
773
776
641
659
1,872
2,121
2,614
2,234
2,628
3,593
1,785
1,623
60,205
64,058
1,757
1,805
493
567
582
357
1,012
993

108,171
697
10,294
604
1,037
11,671
2,009
433
6,794
4,429
830
645
1,830
2,281
2,474
1,753
56,586
1,764
647
420
974

22,133

18,694

19,345

104,270 105 925 111,006
784
683
929
9,586 10,133
9,587
747
868
790
1,031
1,089
1 266
12.780 14,348
12,529
1.487
1,333
2 104
406
375
430
6,412
7,412
6,542
3,076
3,964
3.247
803
812
722
667
638
570
2,234
1,945
1,859
2,474
2,527
2,746
2,674
2,614
2,825
1,757
1,564
1,681
54,186
54,739 55,906
1,742
1,741
1,750
608
548
539
521
544
473
958
983
915
18,484

21,599

91,791

88,621

88,802

89,626

89,855

86,602

91,557

93,S61

983
2 624
8,449
338
705
1,697
58,253
6 810
2,154
523

873
2 898
9,263
325
685
1,544
55,464
6216
2,130
557

1,300
2966
8 189
428
662
1,548
53 272
5 973
2 280
492

1,360
3 282
7,779
314
627
1,509
54,336
5 358
2,124
461

1,175
3,595
7,727
379
657
1,459
55,220
6083
2,066
541

1,143
3 304
7,842
430
677
1,450
56,549
5 381
2,112
535

929
2487
7,532
416
639
1,413
54,647
4,954
2,211
565

919
2 772
6,594
565
624
1,450
61,120
4589
2,151
545

S>94
2,580
6.953
551
622
1,591
60,120
4€16
2,126
453

5 388
8,074

4911
6,926

5 153
6 361

4497
7,157

3,697
7,026

3 813
6,619

3,914
6,895

4 315
5,916

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
....
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other
....

4,626
577
590
1 534
36
730
1,159

4,682
593
585
1 539
42
749
1,175

4,972
619
584
1 558
42
947
1 223

4,801
575
565
1 578
41
802
1,241

4,879
586
566
1,598
43
841
1,246

4,707
600
563
1 504
39
818
1,184

4,704
572
568
1 479
38
865
1,182

Other countries
Australia
All other

3,313
2,078
1,235

2,973
1,997
976

2,890
1,998
892

2,954
2,070
884

2,836
1,905
931

2,994
1,977
1,016

2,224

1,760

3 142

5,713

945

2,136

144



101,409
793
9,377
718
1,010
13,473
2060
463
7,467
2,619
934
477
1,849
2,269
2,659
1,675
49,959
1 ,700
665
339
852

25,313

25,269

195,756 196,546 199,138 209,845 204,570 203,031 200,949 202,866 214,718 217,010 211,906 213,253
12,227
1 1 ,987
12,129
12 100 12,129 12,335 12,215 12,151 12,295 11357
12,119 12,054
61,437 64,788
63,666
51,933 52,777 53,472 62,584 58,264 56,585 53,777 55,867 64,951
297
3^1
415
532
740
592
387
328
478
382
359
418
26 ,W 25,803 25,453 25,288
25,981 26,106 26,046 25,729 25,508 26,008 26,693
25,817
41,208 41,105 43,399 43,743 44,486 44,654 44,844 43,586 47366 51,721 49,549 48,757
6,427
6,434
6,337
6,505
6,469
6,304
6,615
6,345
6,519
6,388
6,429
6,500
2 749
2,784
2698
2,686
2,650
2,742
2,730
2,649
2,730
2,730
2 719
2,808
1
1
6
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
2,382
2 419
2,355
2,385
2,334
2,425
2 345
2,372
2,396
2,367
2 286
2,396
133
135
120
115
107
124
144
145
109
105
131
145
182
202
184
192
189
184
268
i98
188
199
191
199
30,407
30,:>91 30,307
29,526
30,129 29,576 30,209 30,138 30,367 30,343 30,718
30,101
1,177
1,034
1,346
987
962
966
1,047
1,076
980
919
1,013
1,113
5 207
4983
4 625
5 272
5 460
5 771
4,730
4636
4,*>80
4566
4685
4 1^9
1,633
1,568
1,457
1,459
1,642
1 600
1,601
1,599
15,67
1,549
1 32;3
1 ,«79
957
932
950
937
959
962
949
962
966
961
975
968
11,234
11 309 11,152 11,109 10,998
11,309
11,368
11,078
n,:i77 11 224 11 109 10 998
1,922
1,850
1,913
1,857
1,892
1,920
1,857
1,920
1,818
1,878
1,886
1,761
95,998

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations5

21,402

454,131

107,259
927
9,551
881
1,030
13,512
1,557
452
7,286
3,813
938
545
2,032
2,640
2,880
1,566
53,960
1,697
662
437
892

100272

106,231

543

870

4 224
6,887

4 784
7,312

100,328

527
625

502
601

1,331
65,679
4996
2,082

1,293
64767
4982
2040

446

439

968
4577
8,135
510
580
1,363
69,098
5 004
2,069
491

4,848
7*608

5 063
7 924

5 157
7 524

4 841
8,596

4,738
586
603
1 497
35
861
1,156

4,707
541
582
1 538
40
887
1 , 149

5,375
538
605
1 546
38
1,530
1 118

4,668
526
585
1 494
36
903
1 121

4,742
521
542
1 507
15
1 003
1 153

2,611
1,707
903

2,764
1,689
1 075

2,7^3
1,837
955

3,272
2035
1 237

3,201
2093
1 109

3,228
2 189
1 030

3,945

3,123

4,684

2 830

7 170

4 581

54. Banks' own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period
1986

Jan.
1 Total

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

388,702 392,793 421,401 402,636 396,625 433,714 405,098 405,504 449,295 407,615 417,813 478,650

2 Banks' own claims on foreigners . . . . 388,702 392,793 396,465 402,636 396,625 405,297 405,098 405,504 417,582 407,615 417,813 444,745
61,958 62028 61 758 60,960 61,097 61 182 61 328 60900 61 087 61 433 61 512 64 095
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
. . . . . . . 163,873 169,721 173,470 179,732 173,120 181,885 181,567 182,003 193,184 182,400 188,641 211,533
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
112,949 111,406 111,241 112,665 113,472 114,079 115,254 116,548 117,292 117,897 120,332 122,946
46,526 45,171 45,594 46,967 48,134 47,764 50,218 52,797 52,453 53,656 53,437 57,484
6
Deposits .
7
Other
66,423 66,235 65,647 65,697 65,338 66,315 65,036 63,751 64,838 64,240 66,896 65,462
49,922 49,639 49,996 49,280 48,936 48,152 46,949 46,053 46,020 45,885 47 327 46 171
8 All other foreigners
...
9 Gaims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and 4
readily transferable
instruments
12 Outstanding collections and other
claims

24,936
2,430

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported
by nonbanking business enterprises in
the United States5

20 620

22 337

24 044

4 687

5 708

5 448

28,701

42,813

33 905
4,413

4647

40,701

31,712
3,667

17 859

MEMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances . . .

28,417
3,109

28,271

27,093

25,706

41,994

43,461

48,291

48,084

47,579

48,962

44,169

42,102

45 014

41,434

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 87

Jan.
1 Total

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

423,398 419,374 448,915 440,454 438,789 472,723 425,676 427,804 481,597 461,224 459,788 496,440

2 Banks' own claims on foreigners . . . . 423,398 419,374 417,495 440,454 438,789 439,664 425,676 427,804 447,788 461,224 459,788 458,714
64 595 63 750 65 055 68,464 63,893 64,292 66,818 66,127 67,104 64,967 69,483 65,329
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
192,019 190,162 190,448 206,841 203,487 204,979 189,085 196,225 210,267 218,396 220,479 223,110
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
121,645 121,109 117,364 120,749 127,086 125,922 124,605 122,204 127,475 134,104 126,389 127,319
54,716 55,834 54,497 57,591 62,041 60,834 60,309 57,270 60,143 63,193 58,052 60,250
6
Deposits
7
Other . .
. . . 66929 65,275 62,866 63,158 65,045 65,088 64,296 64,934 67,332 70,911 68,337 67,068
8 All other foreigners
, . 45,139 44,353 44,629 44,440 44,323 44,471 45,168 43,248 42,941 43,756 43,437 42,957
9 Gaims of banks* domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments^
12 Outstanding collections and other
claims . . .

31 420
3 382

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported
by nonbanking business enterprises in
the United States5




21 384

22 071

26 684

8,202

8,636

7,370

25 491

48,084

37 726
3 672

7,488

45,326

33,809
3 103

20 551

MEMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances

33,059
3 474

23 708

21 788

23 834

43,126

44,764

44,231

37,507

39,938

41,118

39,734

42,272

37,905

37,919

145

55. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986

1985

1987

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

D2C.

..

1 Total

....

227,903

223,073

223,512

225,043

232,295

226,297

236,828

236,490

235,092

.

....

160 824
26,302
134,522

154 170
24,332
129,838

153 039
23,161
129,878

155 373
22,743
132,629

160 555
24,842
135,714

155,156
25,382
129,774

167,488
24,088
143,400

166,156
27,157
138,998

164,075
25,993
138, 082

67,078
34,512
32,567

68,903
37,375
31,529

70,473
38,073
32,401

69,670
38,600
31,070

71,740
39,103
32,637

71,141
38,751
32,390

69,340
39,341
29,999

70,334
39,470
30,864

71,017
38,591
32,425

56,585
6,401
63,328
27,966
3,753
2,791

53,795
6,077
60,136
27,983
3,332
2,847

58,034
6,157
57,580
25,871
3,308
2,089

59,693
6,247
57,895
26,544
3,090
1,902

61,784
5,895
56,271
29,457
2,882
4,267

57,987
5,568
54,733
29,688
3,154
4,026

68,872
5,603
55,489
31,155
2,989
3,380

62,228
5,733
58,439
32,133
2,871
4,751

58,780
5 ,697
56,426
36,437
2,, 845
3,891

7,634
1,805
50,674
4 502
1,538

7,860
1,925
52,497
4 265
1,634

7,976
2,266
53,971
4052
1,497

7,234
1,930
54,351
3,940
1,479

6,737
1,925
56,719
4043
1,539

6,755
1,855
56,214
4 123
1,630

926

722

711

736

111

564

6,479
1,664
55,580
3,495
1,512
611

6,753
1,579
55,089
3,497
1,622
1,794

6,830
2,661
53,758
3,666
1,726
2,375

By borrower
2 Maturity of 1 year of less1
3 Foreign public borrowers
4
All other foreigners
5 Maturity of over 1 year1
6
Foreign public borrowers
7
All other foreigners

....

8
9
10
11
12
13

By area
Maturity of 1 year or less1
Europe . . .
.....
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other2

14
15
16
17
18
19

Maturity of over 1 year1
Europe . .
..
.
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean .
Asia
Africa . .
...
..
All other2

....

56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986

1985

1987

Dec.

...

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

21 342

24 329

29 533

29 702

38 168

39,102

45 872

54 913

16 294
8 437
7 857

...

June

15 368

1 Banks' own liabilities
2 Banks' own claims . .
..
3 Deposits
4
Other claims
..
.
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers2

Mar.

19 619
11 125
8 494
1,426

21 007
11 116
9 891
1,385

24 132
13 239
10 893
1,589

26 180
14 129
12052
2,507

34539
15 466
19 074
2,012

34,244
12 034
22,210

41,744
15 753
25,992
1,067

50 785
IB 119
32 666

580

923

551

57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 19871
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3
....

146



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sep:.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

226

225

268

342

319

318

261

294

456

236

351

244

159,597
14041

160,942
14 046

167,423
14,036

172,929
14,031

175,849
14,031

176,657
14,034

171,269
14,010

179,484
14,022

179,097
14,051

182,072
13,998

187,767
13,965

195,126
13,919

58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions
Millions of dollars

1986
Coun ry or area
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Transactions during period1, net purchases or sales (-)
1 Estimated total2 . .

19,388 -3,487

2

2 Foreign countries
3
Europe2
4
Belgium- Luxembourg
5
Germany2 . . . .
, ....
....
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
.
..
8
Switzerland'
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
12
Canada
13 Latin America and Caribbean
14
Venezuela
15
Other Latin America and Caribbean . . .
16
Netherlands Antilles
17 Asia
18
Japan
19 Africa
20
All other . . .
21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations
2 2 International . . . .
....
....
23 Latin American regional
MEMO
24 Foreign countries2 .
25
Official institutions
26 Other foreign''

-610

10,114

20,491 -3,012
176
16,326
=9
-245
129
7,670
27
1,283
-200
132
53
329
63
4,546
114
2,613
0
0
-477
881
108
926
-53
-96
87
1,130
74
-108
1,345 -2,760
-22 -3,050
-54
-8
-52
1,067

2,922
1,680
-2
459
-261
191
115
1,248
-72
0
-131
584
-63
448
200
487
777
-12
314

2,902
1,805
-196
322
61
-14
22
1,465
144
0
762
228
127
171
-70
103
663
-18
22

9,358
-937
1,642
1,436
29
39
139
468
-31
81
113
236
163
365
= 190
698
1,307
-339
0
0
55
908
1,234
-954
196
36
372
173
865 -1,363
6,035 -2,302
3,210 -1,834
i
=2
394
-22

-475 -3,532
-194 -3,766
14
51

7,212
6,957
23

260 -1,880
198 -1,889
30
0

-1,104
-1,430
157

9,618

-2,817

2,889 -1,076
2,008
2,557
82
357
-64
16
349
693
1,125
0
-302
-460
-170
-290
0
298
6
-5
-80

57

4,070

2,104 -2,422

1,520
1,908
3,028
1,789
2,251
2,682 -1,097
3,098
-337
4
186
153
1,033
818
2,607
1,093
-64
1,756
112
-313
= 25
42
-6
85
300
-278
454
-337
608
1,210 = 1,972
77
43
195
-358
-149
0
0
0
0
105
67
= 230
-190
= 64
28
218
= 219
-321
= 72
266
69
96
-314
255
30
5
2
26
= 78
-641 -1,039
4,280
-900
-231
= 228
3,827 -1,264
11
=1
6
= 13
198
54
-163
-194

882 -2,984 -1,464
899 -2,829 = 1,511
0
5
0

1,043
937
39

-464
-532
-860
958
-211
17
732
-487
38
-58
-70
-236
-449
-428
-391
1,036
= 510
1,114
0
0
297
19
127
96
-139
29
7
95
259
= 28
-152 -2,067
188 -2,086
2
-14
400
198

315 = 1,959
365 -2,010
-5
0

1,478
1,412
0

-464
173
-635

-532
309
-840

-433 -1,014
-1
1

-21
0

20,491 -3,012
362
14,214
6,283 -3,374

2,922
619
2,303

2,902
376
2,527

9,358
-937
3,862
157
5,497 -1,094

2,008
1,612
397

1,908
1,448
460

1,520
40
1,481

1,789
3,028
3,378
1,878
1,150 -1,589

-1,529
5

220

-301
0

= 580
-2

1,334
1

= 14
1

-290
0

14
2

-239
-1

-205
2

25,755

....

Oil-exporting countries
27
Middle East3
28
Africa4

948

-451

149

6,992 -3,196

-284

12,281

807

1,110

4,102 -1,406
1,852
375
5,829
1,751
-35
-44
211
2,141
1,106
1,118
-22
-212
41
32
334
440
1,641
652
473
329 = 1,089
-15
-230
1,640
-518
-40
0
0
703
709
-416
-62
-30
-291
14
102
18
= 176
-156
373
133
-8
-682
1,237 -2,379 -2,880
1,767 -2,457 -2,561
-27
-15
-34
442
32
-396

3,729
1,694
2
1,417
352
-166
413
= 524
198
1
37
= 381
11
= 302
= 90
2,136
-541
11
233

8,646
3,640
58
1,534
111
-183
585
617
913
5
413
780
= 17
-514
1,311
3,531
4,199
-18
300

1987
1 Estimated total2
2

565
31,057
2 Foreign countries
1,376
23,611
3
Europe2
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
653
59
5
Germany2
581
13,295
-366
6
Netherlands
-911
7
Sweden
-229
233
-135
1,925
8
Switzerland2
1,227
9
United Kingdom
.
...
3,955
236
10
Other Western Europe
4,479
11
Eastern Europe
.
...
3
-19
4,534
846
12
Canada
13 Latin America and Caribbean
. . . . -2,146 -1,000
-33
150
14
Venezuela
15
Other Latin America and Caribbean . . . -1,096
-439
-528
16
Netherlands Antilles
-1,200
17
Asia
-943
4,707
-76
18
Japan
..
..
...
877
6
19 Africa
= 56
20 All other .
280
407

21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations
22 International
23
Latin American regional
MEMO
24 Foreign countries2
25 Official institutions
26 Other foreign2
27
28

Oil-exporting countries
Middle East'
Africa4




..

...

-5,301 -1,016 -1,703
-4,387 -1,070 -1,704
0
0
3

2,891 -1,790 -4,013
2,841 -1,552 -3,147
0
0
11

31,057
31,188
-135

565
1,477
-912

4,102 -1,406
1,852
834
2,489
5,906
1,018 -1,805 = 3,895

-3,111
16

-742
1

-962
1

225
17

-120
0

523 -1,232

6,380

2,675

704 -5,497
2,787
3,610
7,676
-954
4,453 = 1,007 -1,167
6,340
366
=2
165
-2
-25
31
1,516
130
780
1,820
-254
314
= 707
204
-296
182
4
76
-156
-153
512
-688
-297
-609
= 99
-642
-985
= 431
3,163
1,105
804
1,042
= 631
1,158
259
5
4
3
0
0
654
203
378
679
-389
-675
472
-117
-673
= 29
-4
30
55
35
-63
15
-49
= 155
367
-227
-684
-656
72
173
69
-676
4,318
1,762 -5,304
1,476
-597
1,839
1,757
799 -5,272
= 24
20
2
3
-29
-204
-168
-68
1,263 -1,260

4,290
1,282
-103
1,121
-76
51
= 522
1,200
= 391
1
720
= 141
1
167
= 309
2,429
2,020
49
-48

3,635 -2,802 = 1 ,677
3,517 -2,875 -1,722
0
3
0

3,729
4,447
= 718

8,646
3,719
4,927

3,610
2,251
1,358

2,787
2,612
175

636
0

-857
1

107
0

329
0

-180
111
-10

4,265 -1,296 -1,615
4,326 -1,492 = 1,620
0
0
0

704 -5,497
1,341
2,466
-637 -7,965

7,676
1,854
5,822

4,290
1,794
2,497

-509
0

= 891
-1

368
-1

-695
=1

147

59. Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars

1986
Transactions, and area or country
Year

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

S^pt.

Oct.

Nov.

Dsc.

12,050
10,598

11,218
10,968

10,979
12,300

12,033
12,086

14,100
12,320

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
148,114
129,395

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

9,377
7,597

10,650
8,870

13,596
10,706

15,414
11,468

13,245
10,388

11,177
10,832

13,276
11,261

3 Net purchases, or sales (-)

18,719

1,780

1,780

2,890

3,947

2,857

344

2,015

1,453

1,250 -1,322

-53

1,780

4 Foreign countries

18,927

1,792

1,760

2,842

3,883

2,815

465

2,080

1,493

1,295 -1,179

-19

1,700

..

9,559
459
341
936
1,560
4,826
816
3,031
976
3,876
297
373

1,187
-65
151
109
310
587
117
-87
208
316
25
26

1,402
-73
235
121
418
649
-56
224
-20
155
30
24

2,221
-26
229
166
697
1,038
77
195
127
135
59
28

2,066
36
47
123
569
733
52
880
339
399
48
100

1,571
99
99
236
376
563
45
489
117
472
43
78

192
219
-174
97
-134
38
131
61
-236
289
—3
32

577
182
-130
52
= 198
482
213
271
181
831
30
-23

824
105
= 42
50
44
521
99
109
78
396
-1
-13

573 -1,124
30
-92
= 104
9
36
= 19
-405
71
448
-481
106
-115
147
154
58
= 51
337
16
= 13
39
-97
86

-486
-69
-3
=-50
= 236
= 114
41
367
-=92
80
23
48

557
113
24
14
47
363
106
220
267
450
17
84

17 No n monetary international
and regional organizations . . . .

-208

-12

20

47

63

42

-121

-65

-40

-45

-143

-34

80

123,169
72,520

6,969
3,763

9,330
5,022

12,532
7,478

13,487
8,972

12,107
5,301

8,962
5,732

8,942
5,764

9,570
5,414

10,235
5,662

9,776
5,559

9,278
6,112

11,980
7,741

20 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

50,648

3,206

4,308

5,054

4,515

6,806

3,230

3,178

4,156

4,573

4,217

3,166

4,239

21 Foreign countries

49,801

3,309

4,159

4,753

4,325

6,710

2,750

3,116

4,161

4869

4,460

2,847

4,342

39,313
389
-251
387
4,529
33,900
548
1,476
-2,961
11,270
16
139

2,913
26
-11
86
258
2,534
3
30
-172
545
1
=9

3,091
-33
45
3
511
2,585
-32
27
1
1,054
1
17

3,688
-16
-224
25
459
3,360
-197
200
8
1,064
0
-10

3,584
= 22
= 73
2
1,231
2,528
74
263
-396
784
3
13

6,192
83
205
89
456
5,602
54
142
-193
489
-2
28

2,758
-6
-3
= 37
490
2,209
55
63
-635
440
3
66

2,358
6
-91
-39
180
2,176
85
251
-718
1,132
-3
11

2,583
20
= 81
98
564
2,015
161
= 40
1,313
5
29

3420
-29
26
51
30
3.450
2
68
-169
1=547
6
-4

3,469
0
82
= 55
265
3,171
88
101
-33
827
-3
11

2,093
328
-108
113
204
1,409
154
66
-355
902
3
-15

3,164
32
-19
52
117
2.860
153
104
-258
1,174
3
3

34 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations . . . .

847

-103

149

301

190

96

480

61

-4

-296

-243

319

-104

35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (-) . . .
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales
. ...
38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales (-) . . .
39 Foreign purchases ,
40
Foreign sales

-1,853
49,149
51,002
-3,685
166,992
170,677

95
2,504
2,408
-49
9,979
10,028

-767 -1,386 -1,708
4,285
3,664
2,923
5,993
5,050
3,691
-983 -3,095 -1,262
10,843 12,754 15,409
11,826 15,849 16,671

-260
3,413
3,673
188
13,613
13,425

-159
530
4,447
4,929
4,606
4,399
1,062 -2,399
14,141 15,291
13,079 17,590

987
6,026
5,039
2,058
16,301
14,243

331
4,110
3,779
= 755
12,712
13,467

47
4,373
4,525
-474
16,414
16,888

41 Net purchases, or sales (-), of
stocks and bonds

-5,538

46 -1,750 -4,481 -2,970

-72

1,666

793

904 -1370

3,045

-423

-426

42 Foreign countries

-6,493

-42 -1,890 -4,157 -2,837

-143

1,486

474

961 -1,793

2,745

-425

-873

.....

= 18,026
-876
3,476
10,858
52
-1,977

-358 -1,967 -3,908 -2,755
-286
-491
-319
-220
205
156
206
301
-129
101
631
410
4
7
6
10
172
-68
-547
-86

148 = 1,061
17
80
742
363
-725
1,730
3
3
= 13
56

-757
245
268
790
9
-82

-725 -3,454
263
109
351
128
1,282
l,t>32
1
3
- 434
12

49 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations . . . .

955

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Europe ,
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland . . .
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia . . . .
Africa
Other countries

BONDS

.

2

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales . . . .

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada.
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Africa
Other countries

..

no

Foreign securities

43
44
45
46
47
48

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries . . .
.

148



88

140

-324

-133

71

9
4,037
4,027
1,657
15,864
14,207

180

427
4,238
3,811
366
13,671
13,305

319

-57

-77

-702 = 1,081 -1,406
94
• 264
-106
502
17
238
760
2,910
1,465
-1
4
3
= 59
-909
-19
301

1

446

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1987
Transactions, and area or country
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

30,237
27,784

13,626
20,325

13,627
16,630

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
249,072
232,849

17,654
15,989

20,748
17,663

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

16,223

1,665

3,085

4 Foreign countries

16,271

1,745

3,185

1,886
905
-74
890
= 1,163
539
1,048
1,314
-1,360
12,896
123
365

1,072
140
62
65
101
647
90
308
136
91
-1
49

1,779
442
16
91
100
994
= 130
331
-175
1,153
15
212

-48

-80

105,823
78,128

20 Net purchases, or sales ( — ) . .

20,788
17,451

19,649
15,972

5,054

3,337

5,017

3,275

1,839
656
19
69
177
780
337
372
-230
2,638
1
61

-100

9,309
7,184

27,695

21 Foreign countries
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

18,698
17,067

23,664
21,903

24,807
24,579

22,489
19,455

3,677

1,631

1,760

228

3,034

2,452 -6,699 -3,004

3,713

1,676

1,746

126

2,944

2,438 -6,651 -2,943

1,058
331
-101
124
306
212
246
36
21
1,790
59
65

1,474
123
118
120
351
670
49
363
-90
1,686
45
185

669
107
-155
232
-206
671
-241
296
-26
1,009
=30
=1

717
66
-96
153
-80
635
253
387
= 913
1,290
= 14
27

106
-69
28
135
-325
150
= 37
188
= 255
171
16
-63

1,312
-15
-12
79
435
770
-52
157
135
1,242
20
132

138 -5,948 -2,329
-541
-393
58
-183
380
= 149
32
-40
-169
294 -1,574
= 743
-624 -3,407
= 959
252
169
111
-512
= 561
-50
= 83
-448
569
2,014
= 28
-160
11
=6
7
-211
-61
= 30

37

62

-36

-45

14

102

90

15

-48

-61

8,305
5,887

12,127
8,279

9,858
6,521

8,972
6,858

10,432
8,316

9,414
6,538

7,099
5,638

8,662
4,786

9,158
7,275

5,716
5,386

6,773
5,461

2,124

2,419

3,848

3,337

2,113

2,116

2,875

1,461

3,876

1,883

330

26,955

2,213

2,179

3,995

3,118

2,243

2,025

2,867

1,620

3,836

1,874

72

913

22,176
194
-8
269
1,651
19,934
1,296
2,473
-551
1,606
16
-61

1,368
6
= 213
-7
66
1,385
-103
103
-57
917
0
-16

1,401
17
145
-29
78
1,177
364
99
-139
469
1
16

3,602
81
198
69
558
2,936
190
65
-12
169
3
-22

2,844
-22
-121
47
51
2,819
161
123
62
-73
1
0

1,655
2,266
7
43
-29
80
38
37
181
105
1,518 1,857
23
49
254
-4
59 -128
252
- 174
7
8
-6
8

2,322
64
116
= 65
245
1,891
87
305
= 166
301
1
15

1,687
26
-22
44
306
1,388
=8
44
-14
= 93
-17
20

3,149
-37
-56
116
166
2,828
47
682
-87
52
=6
=1

922
55
= 98
36
136
1,012
305
524
42
65
24
_9

409
-34
-26
= 16
= 39
371
68
= 15
-92
-254
-10
-33

550
-13
17
1
= 203
751
114
292
-20
= 25
3
0

34 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations . . . .

740

-88

239

-147

219

9

-159

40

10

257

400

35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . .
36
Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales
.
. . . .
38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . .
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales

1,127
95,208
94,082
-7,601
199,121
206,722

-225
4,969
5,194
290
11,489
11,199

-610
7,235
7,845
-61
15,858
15,920

= 34
8,712
8,746
= 617
16,380
16,996

= 401
8,770
9,171
= 279
12,350
12,628

41 Net purchases, or sales (-), of
stocks and bonds

-6,474

65

-671 -1,455 -2,032

-624

1,970

-651

-680

-155

-477 -1,225

-538

42 Foreign countries

-6,618

-77

-751 -1,722 -2,166

-642

1,926

-377 -1,273

-476

289 -1,125

-224

-763 -2,830 -2,025
-37
-420
-238
204
259
-416
555
1,607
279
=1
8
20
-29
-123
-583

-35
-490
106
2,463
6
=124

-581
-615
-62
1,102
5
= 226

-891
= 527
83
232
5
= 176

-505
-274
= 20
85
14
224

-926 -1,582
-37
= 498
329
-152
421
1,330
3
16
201
59

-381
107
2
159
10
-121

44

-274

594

320

-767

-314

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
. .
...
Switzerland ,
..
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America imd Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Africa
Other countries

17 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations . . . .

23,085
18,031

2

BONDS

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

..

Europe . ,
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom . .
Canada . . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Africa
Other countries

- 130

91

1,313

Foreign securities

43
44
45
46
47
48

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
. . .
Africa
Other countries

49 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations . . . .




-11,972
= 4,065
828
9,322
89
= 820
144

-245 -1,210
-427
-610
104
389
168
921
4
0
44
34
142

80

608 -281
-790 -1,256
7,124
7,189
8,080
8,852
8,445
7,471 9,133
7,914
-776 -1,232 2,251
-665
16,657 19,057 20,156 25,839
17,322 19,833 21,389 23,588

267

135

18

704
841
483
2,089
7,592
4,897
8,816 12,974
8,333 10,885
6,889
4,055
-638 -2,566 -1,929 -1,379
13,031 18,119 17,753 12,433
13,669 20,684 19,682 13,812

-101

149

60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1985

Type, and area or country

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dee.

1 Total

29,357

26,251

24,660

25,533

27,825

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

26,389
2,968

23,429
2,822

21,934
2,726

22,634
2,899

24,296
3,529

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5
Payable in dollars
6
Payable in foreign currencies

14,509
12,553
1,955

11,767
9,873
1,894

11,614
9,578
2,036

12,092
10,050

2,041

13,600
11,25?
2,343

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9
Advance receipts and other liabilities

14,849
7,005
7,843

14,484
7,015
7,469

13,046
5,797
7,249

13,441
5,694
7,747

14,225
6,685
7,540

13,836
1,013

13,556
928

12,356

12,584

13,039

690

857

1,186

6,728
471
995
489
590
569
3,297

6,154
298
896
523
619
541

6,001
351
865
489
604
566

6,816
367
849
509
624
593

7,700

3,039

2,876

3,584

4,305

863

840

850

826

839

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

349
857
376
861
610

19

Canada

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

5,086
1,926
13
35
2,103
367
137

3,147
1,341
25
29
1,521
25
3

3,106
1,107
10
27
1,734
32
3

2,619
1,145
4
23
1,234
28
3

3,184
1,123
4
29
1,843
15
3

27
28
29

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

1,777
1,209
155

1,584
1,062
124

1,584
994
147

1,767
1,136
82

1,815
1,198
82

30
31

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2

14
0

12
0

14
0

14
0

12
0

32

All other3

41

31

59

50

50

4,001
48
438
622
245
257
1,095

3,500

3,461
53
423
428
284
349
730

3,897

4,074

37
400
587
272
228
741

56
431
601
386
289
858

62
453
607
364
379
976

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

40

Canada

1,975

1,727

1,494

1,383

1,449

41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1,871
7
114
124
32
586
636

1,713
11
112
101
21
654
393

1,225
12
77
90
1
492
309

1,262
2
105
120
15
415
311

1,088
12
77
58
44
430
212

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

5,285
1,256
2,372

5,708
1,228
2,786

5,246

5,353

606
,4

1,219
2,396

1,567
2,109

2,829

51
52

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2

588
233

765
294

631
265

572
235

587
238

53

All other3

1,128

1,070

975

982

150



1,799

60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States—
Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1986

1987

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

26,647

25,465

26,429

25,850

27,551

28,953

28,339

27,586

22 708
3 939

21,524
3,941

22,432
3,997

21 996
3,854

23,361
4,190

24 666
4,487

24 018
4 321

22 213
5 372

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies

13,318
10,869
2 448

12,185
9,839
2,346

13,501
11,071
2,430

12,371
9,886
2,485

13,232
10,496
2,737

14,148
11,249
2,899

12 839
10,127
2 712

11,575
8,090
3 485

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payabJes
9 Advance receipts and other liabilities

13 329
5,618
7 711

13,280
5,672
7,609

12,929
5,728
7,201

13479
6,447
7 032

14,318
6,985
7,333

14 805
7,139
7 666

15 500
7,389
8 111

16 Oil
7,394
8 617

11,839
1 490

11,685
1,595

11,361
1,567

12,110
1,368

12,865
1,453

13,218
1,587

13,891
1 609

14,124
1,887

7,757
460
851
327
754
662
4,337

7,503
412
686
280
765
532
4,507

8,907
448
501
319
741
567
5,880

8,138
270
661
368
704
646
5,199

8,484
232
758
463
693
663
5,414

9,765
257
822
402
669
655
6,698

9,188
230
615
386
641
636
6,394

7,842
202
415
583
1,014
480
4,956

832

367

362

399

431

441

407

357

2,810
958
4
26
1,639
20
3

2,463
854
14
27
1,426
30
3

2,283
842
4
28
1,291
18
5

1,961
614
4
32
1,163
22
0

2,366
669
0
26
1,545
30
0

1,744
398
0
22
1,223
29
2

961
280
0
22
581
17
3

845
278
0
25
475
13
0

1,874
1 267
78

1,735
1,264
43

1,881
1,446
3

1,805
1 398
8

1,882
1,480
7

2,131
1,751
7

2,204
1 734
7

2,428
2042
8

1 Total
2 Payable in doll ITS
3 Payable in foreign currencies

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
Switzerlard
United Kingdom

19

Canada . .

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . . .
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

Asia . . .
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

30
31

Africa .
Oil-exporting countries2

12
0

12
0

4
2

1
1

3
1

1
0

2
0

4
1

32

All other3 „

32

104

63

67

67

66

76

98

3 925
66
382
546
545
261
957

3,780
58
358
556
553
284
865

4,344
75
370
633
581
361
1,142

4,494
101
351
722
460
387
1 346

4,521
85
379
591
372
484
1,309

4,987
111
422
594
339
557
1 380

4973
56
437
679
350
556
1 475

5,629
125
449
916
437
558
1 660

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

.. .
..
. . .
....

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium- Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

40

Canada

1 445

1,365

1,313

1,393

1,352

1,253

I 263

1,285

41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela . .

1 107
26
218
64
7
256
364

1,242
10
294
45
35
235
488

848
37
172
44
45
197
207

890
32
132
61
48
213
217

1,089
28
297
82
88
185
224

1,037
13
245
88
63
160
203

1 050
22
223
40
44
231
176

862
19
165
46
20
189
162

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

5 384
2,039
2,171

5,274
2,100
1,985

4,856
2,137
1,507

5 098
2,051
1,686

5,818
2,468
1,948

5 921
2,480
1,870

6 516
2,422
2,109

6 564
2,579
1,956

51
52

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2

486
148

567
215

585
176

622
197

520
170

524
166

571
151

584
135

53

All other3

983

1,053

982

981

1,019

1 083

1 128

1 085




,

151

61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1985

Type, and area or country

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dee.

1 Total

29,901

28,804

2,5
670

28,626

2,7
886

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

27,304
2,597

26,232
2,571

24,121
2,629

25,760
2,866

26,574
2,302

By type
4 Financial claims
5
Deposits
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

19,254
14,621
14,202
420

18,506
14,500
14,003
497

16,695
12,839
12,283

19,220
15,331
14,627

18,891
15,526
14,911

556

704

615

4,633
3,190
1,442

4,007
2,442
1,565

3,856
2,375

3,889

1,480

2,351
1,538

3,364
2,330

10,646
9,177
1,470

10,297
8,784
1,513

10,055
8,688

946
,0
7,932

9,986
8,696

1,367

1,475

1,290

9,912
735

9,787
510

9,463

8,782

9,333

592

624

652

5,762
15
126
224
66
66
4,864

5,786

5,477

6,463

6,929

29
92
196
81
46

15
51
175
46
16

12
132
158
127
53

10
184
223
161
74

8
9
10

Other financial claims
Payable in dollars
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 in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

„

1,035

5,053

490
,0

5,736

607
,0

23

Canada

3,988

3,942

3,756

4,038

3,260

24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

8,216
3,306
6
100
4,043
215
125

7,721

6,616

3,052

2,204

6
96

7,619
2,321
5
92

7,846
2,698

4
98
3,998

3,747

4,642

201
101

206
100

201
73

6
78
4,571
180
48

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

961
353
13

859
509
6

640
281
6

969
725
6

731
475
4

34
35

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

210
85

101
32

111
25

104
31

103
29

36

All other4

177

97

95

26

21

3,801
165
440
374
335
271
1,063

3,360

3,680

3,235

3,533

149
375
358
340
253
885

212
408
375
301
376
950

158
360
336
286
208
779

175
426
346
284
284
898

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

44

Canada

1,021

1,248

1,065

1,100

1,023

45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

2,052
8
115
214
7
583
206

1,973
9
164
210
6
493
192

1,803
11
65
193
29
468
181

1,660
18
62
211
7
416
149

1,753
13
93
206
6
510
157

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

3,073
1,191
668

2,985

2,707

954
593

2,712
884
541

2,982

1,154
666

55
56

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

470
134

510
141

464
137

434
131

437
130

57

All other4

229

221

336

264

257

152



1,016
638

61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States1—
Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1986

1987

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

1 Total

31,520

33,973

34,157

33,519

34,103

31,644

31,390

30,072

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

29 332
2,187

31,785
2,187

31,446
2,711

30989
2,530

31,303
2,800

28 518
3,126

28 695
2 696

26 817
3 255

By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits
6
Payable iti dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

22 132
18,633
18,176
457

24,819
21,401
20,846
555

24,833
18,953
18,389
565

23 424
17,283
16,726
557

24,149
17,407
16,573
833

21 691
14,871
13,666
1 205

21 055
15 827
14,954
873

19 544
13 617
12,238
1 378

Other financial claims
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

3 499
2,406
1 093

3,418
2,397
1,021

5,880
4,506
1,374

6,141
4,792
1,349

6,742
5,400
1,342

6 820
5,551
1 269

5 228
4 114
1 114

5 927
4,778
1 149

11 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other claims

9 387
8,087
1 300

9,153
7,768
1,385

9,324
8,079
1,245

10 095
8,902
1 192

9,954
8,898
1,056

9 953
8,910
1 043

10 335
9 394
942

10 528
9,526
1 001

14
15

8,750
637

8,542
611

8,551
773

9,471
624

9,330
624

9 301
652

9 626
709

9 801
727

By area or country
Financial claims
16 Europe
17
Belgium- Luxembourg
18
France
19
Germany
...
20
Netherlands
21
Switzerland
..
22
United Kingdom

7,319
10
217
174
161
166
6,331

10,254
11
257
148
112
167
9,328

10,545
67
418
129
73
138
9,478

8,827
41
138
111
151
185
7,957

9,403
15
172
163
132
77
8,491

9,958
6
154
92
140
98
9,268

9,473
23
169
98
157
44
8,783

9,003
6
330
64
282
76
8,035

23

Canada

4,020

4,422

3,970

3,965

3,782

3,330

2,885

2,837

24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
...
...
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

10,073
3,516
2
77
6 034
178
43

9,258
3,315
17
75
5,402
176
42

9,438
2,806
19
105
6,060
173
40

9,209
2,628
6
73
6 078
174
21

9,550
3,951
3
71
5,150
164
20

7,553
2,588
6
103
4 404
167
20

7,502
2 518
2
102
3 687
173
18

6,757
1,865
7
53
4 378
172
19

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle I ast oil-exporting countries2

619
350
2

776
499
2

715
365
2

1,316
999
7

1,189
931
7

776
439
6

1 105
737
10

825
545
10

34
35

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

87
27

89
25

84
18

85
28

84
19

58
9

71
14

65
7

36

All other4

14

20

81

22

140

16

20

58

3 390
148
384
399
221
247
795

3,274
131
392
412
203
228
671

3,389
125
415
401
157
233
874

3,718
133
410
447
173
217
998

3,703
145
417
451
165
196
1,070

3,855
137
437
532
182
187
1,072

4 121
168
413
551
199
205
1 227

4,004
175
588
549
139
184
981

8
9
10

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

.

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

..

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium- Luxembourg
France
Germany
.
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

....

44

Canada

1,061

968

960

928

927

929

904

901

45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1 592
27
82
217
7
388
172

1,605
24
148
187
29
324
181

1,686
29
132
202
23
317
192

1,981
28
170
235
51
411
234

1,944
11
157
217
18
445
171

1,882
14
153
202
12
347
201

1 852
12
125
227
13
367
189

2,093
19
159
222
45
369
294

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

2,609
801
630

2,623
846
668

2,588
797
682

2,751
881
565

2,707
926
529

2,645
952
455

2,783
1 022
436

2,877
1 146
451

55
56

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

491
167

451
170

470
168

495
135

432
141

379
123

407
124

401
144

57

All other4

244

233

231

222

240

262

268

252




....

153

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1986
Assets
Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar.

[Apr.

| May

| June

| July

| Aug.

| Sept. | Oct.

| Nov.

[ Dee.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies

448,847 449,562 459,885 475,158 459,587 467,565 454,886 461,440 474,567 446,587 446,618 456,628

2 Claims on United States
3
Parent bank
4
Other banks in United States .
5
Nonbanks
6 Claims on foreigners
7
Other branches of parent bank
8
Banks
9
Public borrowers
10 Nonbank foreigners
11 Other assets

118,768 115,789 120,493 124,483 119,628 119,587 115,456 119,367 118,426 113,996 110,404 114,563
86,149 82,910 87,065 90,865 85,308 84,340 81,369 85,485 84,336 81,917 78,264 83,492
11,902 11,734 12,983 12,823 13,206 14,039 13,527 13,072 13,624 11,659 12,034 13,685
20,717 21,145 20,445 20,795 21,114 21,208 20,560 20,810 20,466 20,420 20,106 17,386
307,795 309,680 314,807 324,295 314,433 322,441 312,372 313,877 326,519 303,650 306,373 312,955
86,710 86,585 89,685 93,348 88,543 96,631 90,659 91,729 10U44 88,500 89,592 96,281
101,013 100,414 101,824 107,212 103,958 105,648 103,095 102,849 107,503 100,707 102,293 105,237
23,533 23,786 23,800 23,676 23,846 23,279 23,578 23,720 23,505 24,215 23,314 23,706
96,539 98,895 99,498 100,059 98,086 96,883 95,040 95,579 94,267 90,228 90,174 87,7311
22,284 24,093 24,585 26,380 25,526 25,537 27,058 28,196 29,622 28,941 29,841 29,110

12 Total payable in U.S. dollars

323,218 316,699 324,355 331,732 322,837 327,639 313,703 318,375 330,«J97 309,093 306,683 317,487

13 Claims on United States
14 Parent bank
15 Other banks in United States .
16 Nonbanks
17 Claims on foreigners
18 Other branches of parent bank
19
Banks >
20 Public borrowers
21 Nonbank foreigners
22 Other assets

115,695 112,426 116,934 120,625 115,768 115,294 111,245 115,342 114,167 109,530 106,265 110,620
85,003 81,575 85,742 89,487 84,014 82,848 80,007 83,967 82,787 80,253 76,746 82,082
11,234 11,071 12,284 11,922 12,293 12,907 12,373 12,180 12,M)2 10,544 10,986 12,830
19,458 19,780 18,908 19,216 19,461 19,539 18,865 19,195 18,578 18,733 18,533 15,708
198,163 194,290 197,811 201,001 196,454 202,159 192,120 192,937 205.667 188,118 188,672 195,1)63
67,150 65,814 69,067 71,282 67,780 74,108 67,153 66,898 76.366 65,923 65,857 72,197
66,428 64,150 64,036 66,184 65,160 66,751 65,033 64,940 68,<96 62,836 64,920 66,421
17,147 17,237 17,257 16,791 17,203 16,498 16,684 16,788 16,521 17,455 16,820 16,708
47,438 47,089 47,451 46,744 46,311 44,802 43,250 44,311 44,184 41,904 41,075 39,737
9,360
9,983
9,610 10,106 10,615 10,186 10,338 10,096 10,763 11,445 11,746 11,804
United Kingdom

23 Total, all currencies

150,835 148,788 150,975 155,867 152,075 151,593 145,448 145,619 151,596 142,404 143,806 140,917

24 Claims on United States
25
Parent bank
26
Other banks in United States .
27
Nonbanks
28 Claims on foreigners
29 Other branches of parent bank
30
Banks
31
Public borrowers
32 Nonbank foreigners
33 Other assets

36,319 33,428 33,990 34,234 34,231 31,364 30,223 29,839 30,879 30,747 28,940 24,599
29,837 27,350 27,881 28,058 28,001 25,106 23,252 23,466 24^291 24,800 22,671 19,085
1,064
1,173
1,314
2,092
1,448
1,369
1,365
1,312
1,386
1,612
1,534
1,129
5,068
4.496
4,925
4,602
4,893
4,918
3,902
4,735
4,980 4,790
5,309
4,633
109,290 109,802 111,468 115,485 111,823 113,739 108,156 109,024 113,368 105,540 108,153 109,508
30,934 30,218 31,250 32,516 31,984 34,670 31,613 31,828 34,678 31,274 29,966 33,422
39,357 39,777 38,929 41,593 39,222 39,430 38,393 38,048 40,234 37,836 41,145 39,468
5,427
5,642
5,833
6,113
5,086
5,336
5,229
5,236
4,990
5,038
5,949
5,157
33,150 33,694 35,456 35,734 35,190 34,403 32,921 33,812 33,430 31,273 32,004 31,628
5,517
5,504
6,756
7,069
6,490
6,021
6,148
6,810
6,713
5,226
6,117
7,3*9

34 Total payable in U.S. dollars

108,571 105,214 105,118 107,364 106,716 104,013

35 Claims on United States
36
Parent bank
37
Other banks in United States .
38
Nonbanks
39 Claims on foreigners
40
Other branches of parent bank
41
Banks
42
Public borrowers
43
Nonbank foreigners
44 Other assets

35,303
29,470
1,089
4,744
70,345
25,083
24,013
4,252
16,997
2,923

32,384
26,943
978
4,463
69,597
24,474
23,725
4,370
17,028
3,233

32,746
27,393
1,027
4,326
69,433
25,250
22,106
4,223
17,854
2,939

32,959
27,629
1,225
4,105
71,058
26,224
23,310
4,012
17,512
3,347

32,872
27,584
1,152
4,136
70,406
26,265
23,134
3,937
17,070
3,438

29,944
24,693
1,102
4,149
70,697
27,559
22,825
3,777
16,536
3,372

97,641

97,771 103,228

97,301

97,125

95,028

28,848
23,888
1,131
3,829
65,472
24,258
21,938
3,793
15,483
3,321

28,446
22,972
1,194
4,280
66,465
24,657
21,636
3,838
16,334
2,860

29,312
24,323
1,110
3,879
64,879
24,638
21,011
3,859
15,371
3,110

27,564
22,106
1,364
4,094
66,304
23,229
24,020
3,811
15,244
3,257

23,193
18,526
1,475
3,192
68,138
26,361
23,251
3,677
14,849
3,697

29,512
23,826
1,848
3,838
70,325
27,151
22,917
16,4''9
3,391

Bahamas and Caymans
45 Total, all currencies
46 Claims on United States
47
Parent bank
48
Other banks in United States .
49
Nonbanks
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

154



131,731 130,154 136,529 137,272 132,122 138,944 134,238 137,526 143,0(12 134,060 131,363 142,592
70,547
46,325
10,012
14,210
57,643
14,785
26,040
6,420
10,498
3,541

70,361
45,763
9,891
14,707
55,979
14,000
25,490
6,296
10,193
3,814

73,709
48,714
10,855
14,140
58,873
17,230
25,205
6,322
10,116
3,947

74,751
49,503
10,476
14,772
58,583
16,396
25,880
6,357
9,950
3,938

70,711
44,772
10,916
15,023
57,388
13,799
26,397
6,717
10,475
4,023

72,658
45,958
11,730
14,970
62,268
18,810
27,078
6,405
9,975
4,018

71,794
45,849
11,201
14,744
58,381
14,700
27,160
6,551
9,970
4,063

74,753
49,400
10,813
14,540
58,461
14,833
27,065
6,675
9,888
4,312

73,962
48,669
10,6^1
14,652
64,576
20,72,9
27,719
6,434
9,634
4,544

70,542
46,394
9,557
14,591
57,694
15,067
26,205
7,263
9,159
5,824

68,062
44,207
9,628
14,227
57,452
16,155
25,743
6,697
8,857
5,849

78,048
54,575
11,156
12,317
60,005
17,296
27,476
7,051
8,182
4,539

126,226 124,216 130,438 130,530 125,681 132,353 127,910 130,723 136,615 127,361 124,801 136,8O

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1986

Liabilities
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
57 Total, all currencies

448,847 449,562 459,885 475,158 459,587 467,565 454,886 461,440 474,567 446,587 446,618 456,628

58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

34,597 33,458 36,066 33,229 35,006 34,683 32,656 31,475 33,642 32,444 32,926 31,629
143,000 138,980 141,146 151,163 145,018 150,633 142,393 146,278 152,092 141,946 137,857 152,465
77,552 74,217 75,697 82,362 78,261 85,911 82,093 80,354 88,738 76,597 75,890 83,394
14,724 13,984 15,744 14,270 14,347 16,118 14,191 15,151 14,153 14,791 14,532 15,646
50,724 50,779 49,705 54,531 52,410 48,604 46,109 50,773 49,201 50,558 47,435 53,425
250,855 255,533 261,763 269,809 258,700 262,329 259,133 262,978 269,322 253,208 256,611 253,775
86,360 86,358 90,921 93,768 90,228 97,717 91,144 91,307 102,245 87,889 87,993 95,146
84,167 83,843 84,800 89,608 83,251 81,008 82,854 85,239 81,953 80,709 83,784 77,809
19,939 21,889 20,688 20,744 20,792 20,480 20,608 20,637 20,109 19,436 18,831 17,835
60,389 63,443 65,354 65,689 64,429 63,124 64,527 65,795 65,015 65,174 66,003 62,985
20,395 21,591 20,910 20,957 20,863 19,920 20,704 20,709 19,511 18,989 19,224 18,759

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

69 Total payable in U.S. dollars

338,766 332,246 341,773 347,821 340,176 346,428 330,183 333,581 349,259 323,705 320,348 336,406

70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

31,182 30,202 32,418 29,912 31,513 31,076 28,970 28,091 30,560 29,206 29,752 28,466
137,601 132,967 134,964 144,374 138,471 143,515 134,702 138,595 144,438 134,121 130,052 144,483
74,644 70,960 72,376 78,829 74,727 81,851 77,842 76,181 84,601 72,678 71,845 79,305
14,011 13,288 14,953 13,477 13,575 15,323 13,507 14,364 13,173 13,768 13,679 14,609
48,946 48,719 47,635 52,068 50,169 46,341 43,353 48,050 46,664 47,675 44,528 50,569
161,605 161,019 166,530 166,444 162,528 163,943 158,314 158,931 167,356 153,542 153,972 156,806
67,324 66,074 70,580 71,980 69,978 75,805 68,065 66,878 77,464 65,083 64,178 71,181
38,528 36,728 37,509 37,279 36,335 33,745 34,827 36,460 35,358 33,802 35,306 33,850
14,810 15,862 14,724 14,749 14,049 13,772 14,091 14,125 13,697 13,320 13,139 12,371
40,943 42,355 43,717 42,436 42,166 40,621 41,331 41,468 40,837 41,337 41,349 39,404
7,964
7,664
7,091
7,894
8,197
6,651
8,378
8,058
7,861
6,836
6,905
6,572

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

United Kingdom
81 Total, all currencies
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

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

93 Total payable in U.S. dollars .
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

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

150,835 148,788 150,975 155,867 152,075 151,593 145,448 145,619 151,596 142,404 143,806 140,917
29,898
28,450
17,231
1,966
9,253
87,773
25,379
32,294
9,757
18,343
9,746

31,734
27,505
16,624
2,175
8,706
82,067
23,838
31,584
9,548
18,097
9,769

31,396
26,270
15,892
1,997
8,381
84,362
27,029
30,505
9,543
17,285
9,565

30,352
26,540
17,399
2,062
7,079
85,554
28,272
31,190
8,652
17,440
9,150

28,847
24,610
14,014
2,382
8,214
80,258
24,200
31,001
8,068
16,989
8,689

28,984
22,585
13,811
2,184
6,590
83,455
23,739
34,321
7,875
17,520
8,782

27,781
24,657
14,469
2,649
7,539
79,498
25,036
30,877
6,836
16,749
8,981

112,074 108,335 108,420 110,378 109,337 108,375 101,095 101,397 108,249

99,826

99,327

99,707

26,927
21,960
13,591
2,108
6,261
47,497
17,295
14,123
5,685
10,394
3,442

27,166
20,055
13,438
1,880
4,737
49,056
16,695
15,984
5,655
10,722
3,050

26,169
22,075
14,021
2,325
5,729
48,138
17,951
15,203
4,934
10,050
3,325

30,788
29,901
19,845
2,264
7,792
80,724
21,858
32,326
10,093
16,447
9,422

28,845
28,150
19,461
2,090
6,599
50,762
16,614
14,872
8,242
11,034
4,317

29,419
26,705
16,798
1,950
7,957
82,666
21,954
32,088
10,956
17,668
9,998

27,655
24,967
16,528
1,820
6,619

51,686
16,829
14,457
8,747
11,653
4,027

32,217
22,945
13,724
2,793
6,428
86,053
24,733
33,301
9,750
18,269
9,760

30,042
21,070
13,405
2,596
5,069
53,219
19,068
14,731
7,839
11,581
4,089

27,978
26,411
16,867
1,774

7,770
52,262
19,297
14,125
7,449
11,391
3,727

29,542
25,490
16,233
1,944
7,313
50,441
18,043
14,114
6,953
11,331
3,864

29,135
24,214
15,331
1,817
7,066
51,056
20,455
13,073
6,914
10,614
3,970

29,295
22,671
13,300
1,999
7,372
83,707
25,106
31,678
9,074
17,849
9,775

27,015
20,065
12,648
1,738
5,679
49,932
17,868
14,251
6,658
11,155
4,083

28,279
22,831
14,188
2,148
6,495
84,880
24,962
32,250
9,330
18,338
9,629

26,114
20,403
13,707
1,879
4,817
50,855
17,790
15,056
6,724
11,285
4,025

28,490
24,039
16,984
1,735
5,320
52,645
21,305
14,491
6,015
10,834
3,075

Bahamas and Caymans
105 Total, all currencies
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116

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

117 Total payable in U.S. dollars




131,731 130,154 136,529 137,272 132,122 138,944 134,238 137,526 143,082 134,060 131,363 142,592

1,076
92,736
39,597
11,185
41,954
36,528
14,764
11,117
1,509
9,138
1,391

1,237
92,525
40,133
10,854
41,538
34,993
13,081
10,851
1,741
9,320
1,399

1,132
98,446
44,594
11,624
42,228
35,646
13,198
10,340
1,759
10,349
1,305

629
99,389
44,430
11,014
43,945
35,901
14,077
10,788
2,176
8,860
1,353

634
94,905
41,534
10,738
42,633
35,139
13,731
10,318
2,144
8,946
1,444

567
99,682
47,799
12,868
39,015
37,340
15,882
9,991
2,427
9,040
1,355

565
470
527
97,430 100,375 102,823
48,656 45,207 50,792
11,131 11,952 10,986
37,643 43,216 41,045
34,827 35,216 38,447
13,561 13,368 15,918
9,636 10,216 10,158
2,834
2,468
2,386
9,162
9,246
9,537
1,416
1,465
1,285

683
96,660
44,290
11,144
41,226
35,427
13,574
8,964
2,665
10,224
1,290

784
847
95,321 106,081
4,0
4 4 0 49,481
11,131 11,715
39,790 44,885
33,841 34,400
12,661 12,631
8,617
8,545
2,719
2,577
10,058 10,433
1,264
1,417

127,840 125,861 132,308 132,966 127,918 134,606 130,075 133,256 138,733 130,084 127,309 138,774

155

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1987

Assets
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies

458,304 457,980 457,180 485,343 487,820 475,339 470,547 473,683 490,469 521,757 525,894 519,095

2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4 Other banks in United States .
5 Nonbanks
6 Claims on foreigners
7 Other branches of parent bank
8 Banks
9 Public borrowers
10 Nonbank foreigners
11 Other assets

115,918 114,412 112,163 128,723
83,936 82,565 81,519 94,422
12,676 13,201 13,212 15,330
19,306 18,646 17,432 18,971
310,002 311,005 310,928 321,344
92,515 89,656 89,201 93,669
105,322 109,862 109,626 114,997
22,693 22,534 22,666 22,892
89,472 88,953 89,435 89,786
32,384 32,563 34,089 35,276

12 Total payable in U.S. dollars

309,715 311,830 306,296 329,456 336,552 329,541 322,334 322,327 340f<>56 354,544 353,073 350,597

13 Claims on United States
14 Parent bank
15 Other banks in United States .
16 Nonbanks
17 Claims on foreigners
18 Other branches of parent bank
19 Banks
20 Public borrowers
21 Nonbank foreigners
22 Other assets

111,247 109,973 107,313 122,932 121,551 118,411 118,563 118,964 131,934 131,659 133,731 132,121
82,174 81,006 79,659 92,468 90,159 87,540 87,779 87,844 100,026 97,257 100,123 103,349
11,493 12,145 12,075 13,521 15,412 14,669 12,794 12,830 13,942 15,627 14,632 14,657
17,580 16,822 15,579 16,943 15,980 16,202 17,990 18,290 17,966 18,775 18,976 14,115
186,642 189,523 185,650 192,360 201,588 198,506 190,624 189,999 195 J 25 209,137 203,963 202,329
66,704 64,550 63,984 66,916 75,114 75,771 72,515 73,327 77,699 86,695 85,548 88,186
63,546 68,434 66,043 69,244 69,540 67,302 65,678 64,106 64,516 68,931 65,771 63,706
16,577 16,436 16,347 16,639 16,812 16,271 15,062 15,115 14,143 14,988 14,952 14,730
39,815 40,103 39,276 39,561 40,122 39,162 37,369 37,451 37.967 38,523 37,692 35,707
11,826 12,334 13,333 14,164 13,413 12,624 13,147 13,364 13,897 13,748 15,379 16,147

23 Total, all currencies

144,093 146,188 145,486 149,998 154,371 146,678 149,760 148,039 149,633 163,472 167,726 159,1186

24 Claims on United States
25 Parent bank
26 Other banks in United States .
27 Nonbanks
28 Claims on foreigners
29 Other branches of parent bank
30 Banks
31 Public borrowers
32 Nonbank foreigners
33 Other assets

28,720 28,851 28,503 31,001 34,427 30,859 32,694 31,377 32,581 33,904 35,392 32,518
23,330 23,326 23,303 25,315 28,935 25,944 27,288 25,627 27,128 27,710 29,553 27,350
1,507
1,564
1,585
1,537
1,194
1,220
1,694
1,870
1,349
1,259
1,288
1,258
4,104
4,165
3,912 4,122
4,267
4,324
3,721
3,985
3,869
4,170
4,145
3,909
108,720 110,274 109,297 111,113 112,997 107,407 108,732 108,293 108,562 120,079 121,487 115,700
30,218 29,575 28,782 29,936 33,412 32,641 31,241 30,794 33,334 37,402 39,138 39,903
40,677 43,189 42,537 42,961 41,241 37,745 41,219 40,082 38.390 42,929 41,649 36,735
4,684
5,234
4,964
4,761
4,617
4,897
4,983
4,942
5,272
4,881
4,725
4,752
32,883 32,527 33,081 33,252 33,110 32,337 31,655 32,656 32,113 34,867 35,428 34,310
7,884
8,334
6,653
8,490
6,947
8,412
8,369
7,686
7,063
9,489 10,847 10,968

127,009
92,194
17,048
17,767
328,494
101,409
114,118
23,367
89,600
32,317

123,400 123,687 124,737 137,468 138,221
89,376 89,793 89,958 101,385 99,450
15,981 14,303 14,739 15,949 17,826
18,043 19,591 20,040 19,634 20,945
319,692 314,232 314,866 319,861 347,614
101,326 96,582 97,988 103>;>81 116,558
107,762 110,141 108,073 108,482 118,248
22,685 21,508 21,618 21,642 22,157
87,919 86,001 87,187 86,456 90,651
32,247 32,628 34,080
35,922

140,425
102,814
16,701
20,910
346,819
116,509
115,591
22,385
92,334
38,650

138,132
105,943
16,416
15,773
342,408
122,057
108,856
21,828
89,667
38,555

United Kingdom

34 Total payable in U.S. dollars

95,359

97,568

95,007

99,398 104,622

97,672

99,170

96,510

99,656 105,515 107,289 101,065

35 Claims on United States
36 Parent bank
37 Other banks in United States .
38 Nonbanks
39 Claims on foreigners
40 Other branches of parent bank
41 Banks
42 Public borrowers
43 Nonbank foreigners
44 Other assets

27,070
22,673
996
3,401
65,022
22,720
23,629
3,681
14,992
3,267

27,290
22,749
1,061
3,480
66,872
22,578
25,685
3,716
14,893
3,406

26,665
22,662
980
3,023
64,466
21,785
24,225
3,660
14,796
3,876

29,066
24,689
1,192
3,185
66,257
22,339
24,962
3,712
15,244
4,075

32,542
28,228
1,157
3,157
68,469
25,921
23,263
3,785
15,500
3,611

29,252
25,286
950
3,016
64,676
25,409
21,355
3,470
14,442
3,744

31,076
26,661
1,294
3,121
64,024
23,827
22,975
3,400
13,822
4,070

29,519
24,853
1,309
3,357
63,265
23,155
22,646
3,473
13,991
3,726

30,7*1
26,4 23
1,105
3,2(53
64,561
25,600
21,522
3,377
14,062
4,304

31,820
26,850
1,504
3,466
69,276
27,810
22,941
3,426
15,099
4,419

33,409
28,685
1,408
3,316
68,864
29,166
21,833
3,472
14,393
5,016

30,439
26,304
1,044
3,091
64,560
28,635
19,188
3,313
13,424
6,066

Bahamas and Caymans
45 Total, all currencies
46 Claims on United States
47 Parent bank
48 Other banks in United States .
49 Nonbanks
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

156



135,626 133,390 134,367 146,954 141,832 142,170 140,512 139,986 152,146 156,951 155,100 160,321
73,297
48,787
10,587
13,923
57,171
15,483
26,366
7,146
8,176
5,158

68,835
44,736
10,967
13,132
59,235
15,481
28,218
7,090
8,446
5,320

67,655
44,344
11,023
12,288
60,875
16,530
28,673
7,038
8,634
5,837

78,903
52,756
12,702
13,445
62,293
16,562
30,310
7,247
8,174
5,758

73,445
46,463
14,552
12,430
63,089
15,775
31,417
7,304
8,593
5,298

72,541
45,891
13,684
12,996
65,280
18,873
30,987
7,025
8,395
4,349

72,772
46,256
11,824
14,692
63,027
17,493
30,372
7,046
8,116
4,713

72,558
45,697
12,111
14,750
62,336
18,228
29,160
6,873
8,075
5,092

81,913
53,902
13,538
14,473
65,622
18,698
31,692
6,9*8
8,244
4,611

83,383
53,289
14,721
15,373
68,713
18,936
35,014
7,018
7,745
4,855

82,366
52,759
13,980
15,627
67,658
18,905
33,479
7,196
8,078
5,076

85,318
60,048
14,277
10,993
70,162
21,277
33,7.51
7,428
7,706
4,841

129,470 126,766 127,337 138,961 133,482 135,323 131,636 130,985 142,622 145,841 144,525 151,434

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1987

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
57 Total, all currencies

458,304 457,980 457,180 485,343 487,820 475,339 470,547 473,683 490,469 521,757 525,894 519,095

58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

33,395 36,074 34,873 33,155 34,360 31,776 32,993 33,648 35,724 36,796 34,690 30,929
141,229 141,349 142,747 153,738 150,887 151,024 144,332 142,012 153,931 156,762 156,206 161,390
70,697 73,770 71,576 75,747 75,241 79,061 72,441 75,005 81,047 80,297 83,929 87,720
15,188 13,803 13,950 17,169 17,134 16,814 15,005 15,289 17,246 18,870 18,871 20,559
55,344 53,776 57,221 60,822 58,512 55,149 56,886 51,718 55,638 57,595 53,406 53,111
263,759 261,650 260,635 278,022 284,468 274,116 274,484 278,914 281,191 307,161 312,596 304,790
90,299 88,521 88,273 94,590 101,919 100,856 95,425 97,918 104,033 114,863 117,036 124,601
88,499 86,040 84,547 92,704 90,343 81,249 87,752 87,458 85,700 98,121 97,490 87,261
19,532 19,820 20,591 21,293 23,058 22,264 21,528 21,016 20,267 20,370 21,873 19,564
65,429 67,269 67,224 69,435 69,148 69,747 69,779 72,522 71,191 73,807 76,197 73,364
19,921 18,907 18,925 20,428 18,105 18,423 18,738 19,109 19,623 21,038 22,402 21,986

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

69 Total payable In U.S. dollars

323,899 326,480 321,882 340,584 347,513 341,116 334,350 333,493 352,276 365,879 361,698 361,438

70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

29,921 32,407 31,148 29,505 30,763 27,929 28,781 29,634 30,933 32,117 30,075 26,768
132,714 132,922 133,799 142,504 142,065 142,573 135,626 133,003 143,862 145,462 143,188 148,442
66,069 69,217 66,445 69,069 70,753 74,915 67,769 70,222 75,752 74,788 77,810 81,897
14,184 12,706 12,848 15,711 15,968 15,602 13,895 14,086 15,829 17,315 17,197 19,155
52,461 50,999 54,506 57,724 55,344 52,056 53,962 48,695 52,281 53,359 48,181 47,390
154,887 154,415 149,948 161,216 167,917 163,554 162,834 163,446 169,590 179,506 179,526 177,711
64,377 63,637 62,168 67,278 74,914 74,232 70,960 72,630 78,104 84,448 84,630 90,469
36,867 36,819 35,120 39,111 36,236 31,831 35,267 34,817 35,312 40,167 38,932 35,065
13,688 13,189 13,392 14,318 16,068 15,985 15,806 15,527 14,247 13,405 14,161 12,409
39,955 40,770 39,268 40,509 40,699 41,506 40,801 40,472 41,927 41,486 41,803 39,768
6,377
6,987
7,359
6,768
7,060
7,109
8,517
6,736
7,410
7,891
8,794
8,909

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

United Kingdom
81 Total, all currencies
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

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

93 Total payable in U.S. dollars
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

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

144,093 146,188 145,486 149,998 154,371 146,678 149,760 148,039 149,633 163,472 167,726 159,186
29,432
19,465
10,004
2,154
7,307
86,229
23,595
36,479
8,484
17,671
8,967

32,233
22,501
12,735
2,154
7,612
82,418
21,230
35,434
7,832
17,922
9,036

98,741 101,971
27,701
16,829
9,451
1,887
5,491
51,174
16,386
18,626
6,096
10,066
3,037

30,175
19,894
12,157
1,926
5,811
48,610
14,691
18,207
5,176
10,536
3,292

30,968
21,457
12,356
1,816
7,285
83,699
21,780
35,538
7,827
18,554
9,362

29,311
23,936
13,170
2,205
8,561
87,381
22,421
37,562
8,871
18,527
9,370

30,226
26,204
15,145
2,273
8,786
89,760
26,367
35,282
10,004
18,107
8,181

27,511
24,512
14,745
2,109
7,658
86,041
25,350
32,036
9,748
18,907
8,614

28,590
24,347
14,010
2,021
8,316
87,942
23,572
35,647
9,241
19,482
8,881

98,967 101,793 106,093 100,031 101,593
28,868
18,940
11,606
1,602
5,732
47,531
14,471
18,027
4,924
10,109
3,628

27,189
21,144
12,352
2,021
6,771
49,708
14,367
19,498
5,786
10,057
3,752

28,345
23,474
14,528
2,027
6,919
51,116
18,430
15,555
7,214
9,917
3,158

25,695
21,850
14,252
1,899
5,699
49,089
17,654
13,566
7,283
10,586
3,397

26,397
21,689
13,399
1,776
6,514
50,294
16,171
16,330
7,203
10,590
3,213

29,363
22,202
13,234
1,875
7,093
87,745
23,379
34,414
9,670
20,282
8,729

31,451
22,462
13,357
2,073
7,032
86,813
26,094
31,681
10,387
18,651
8,907

32,523 30,475
22,868 24,961
12,251 14,018
2,103
2,382
8,840
8,235
98,215 101,686
29,718 30,727
38,502 37,690
10,248 12,000
19,747 21,269
9,866 10,604

26,988
23,470
13,223
1,740
8,507
98,689
33,078
34,290
11,015
20,306
10,039

99,163 102,202 108,440 108,481 102,550
27,264
19,578
12,608
1,694
5,276
49,183
15,565
15,471
7,872
10,275
3,138

28,776
19,528
12,609
1,883
5,036
50,386
17,994
14,359
8,060
9,973
3,512

29,991
18,819
11,283
2,080
5,456
55,209
20,018
17,786
7,115
10,290
4,421

27,999
19,800
12,792
1,789
5,219
56,443
20,826
17,024
7,970
10,623
4,239

24,926
17,752
12,026
1,512
4,214
55,919
22,334
15,580
7,530
10,475
3,953

Bahamas and Caymans
105 Total, all currencies
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116

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

117 Total payable in U.S. dollars




135,626 133,390 134,367 146,954 141,832 142,170 140,512 139,986 152,146 156,951 155,100 160,321

995
99,890
41,495
11,824
46,571
33,536
12,319
8,111
2,808
10,298
1,205

855
96,526
41,086
10,352
45,088
34,757
12,969
8,073
3,013
10,702
1,252

883
1,092
1,067
813
1,119
99,946 108,408 102,564 103,831 100,073
40,315 43,983 40,695 44,112 40,675
10,823 13,601 13,411 13,382 11,989
48,808 50,824 48,458 46,337 47,409
32,501 36,491 36,836 36,004 37,988
11,670 13,891 13,354 14,023 14,803
8,144
9,452
9,900
7,943
9,395
2,937
3,072
3,185
2,836
3,263
9,851 10,211 10,510 10,853 10,527
1,172
1,107
1,340
1,268
1,332

975
886
890
861
885
98,085 108,205 111,976 108,039 113,950
42,275 47,165 49,387 50,065 53,353
12,276 13,596 14,872 15,204 17,224
43,534 47,444 47,717 42,770 43,373
39,437 41,417 42,295 44,398 43,815
16,465 16,965 17,090 17,812 19,185
9,514 10,435 11,589 12,611 10,769
1,504
2,935
1,814
2,064
2,158
10,523 12,203 11,458 11,911 12,357
1,489
1,638
1,802
1,671
1,790

131,571 129,344 129,577 140,974 136,843 137,763 135,376 134,354 145,402 149,472 146,485 152,927

157

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 1987'
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

154,394

276,420
76,589

0
n.a.
37,227

43,784
6,732

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

395,893

195,277

295,029

2 Claims on non re luted parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and
unposted debits
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

367,441
91,661

167,050
74,891

406
28
50,516

13 Total securities and loans

Total
including
IBFs

Illinois
IBFs
only 3

60,964

27,070

22,008

8,430

131,716
62,210

54,471
8,791

24,216
8,118

22,008
5,025

8,249
3,919

380
21
41,447

0
n.a.
30,229

5
2
5,603

0
n.a.
5,003

5
2
2,763

0
n.a.
1,746

35,126

35,596

28,267

5,316

4,933

2,385

1,689

2,101

5,851

1,961

288

70

378

57

38,597
2,517

37,664
2,437

32,788
2,392

31,981
2,325

3,138
42

3,115
36

2,195
67

2,173
65

36,079
2,114

35,228
n.a.

30,396
1,952

29,657
n.a.

3,096
43

3,079
n.a.

2,129
59

2,108
n.a.

226,270

1 Total assets4 . .

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

86,624

159,498

65,359

38,333

15,189

15,906

3,980

30,428
7,519

8,193
n.a.

24,617
7,155

6,112
n.a.

3,941
165

1,777
n.a.

874
103

209
n.a.

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)

20,524

8,193

15,204

6,112

3,657

1,777

771

209

18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
19 U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20
Commercial banks in United States
21
Other
. ..

17,137
1 1 ,425
3,323
2,389

2,107
1,160
47
900

15,707
10,243
3,212
2,253

1,644
780
47
817

800
702
45
53

234
229
0
5

329
285
19
25

136
116
0
20

196,062
220
195,842

78,505
74
78,431

135,034
153
134,881

59,296
49
59,247

34,448
56
34,392

13,436
25
13,411

15,037
5
15,032

3,771
0
3,771

8,352
63,481
35,272
32,512
2,760

89
44,223
17,948
16,901
1,047

3,921
46,117
24,796
22,408
2,388

65
30,226
10,526
9,615
910

2,147
12,037
7,545
7,308
237

24
9,792
5,399
5,280
120

549
3,871
2,624
2,579
46

0
3,075
1,898
1,881
17

196
28,014
1,071
26,943
5,687

115
26,159
997
25,163
920

119
21,203
864
20,340
3,530

69
19,631
790
18,841
836

14
4,478
183
4,295
930

0
4,392
182
4,210
39

15
1,232
25
1,207
1,000

0
1,177
25
1,152
28

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 . . . .

93,833
71,469
22,364
1,022
431
592

18,195
77
18,118
22
2
21

60,341
41,975
18,366
854
289
564

15,338
49
15,289
17
2
16

17,252
14,644
2,608
126
124
2

2,183
26
2,157
0
0
0

9,038
8,605
433
17
0
16

352
0
352
5
0
5

17,169

14,697

14,720

12,563

1,393

1,345

343

280

4,200
2,317

104
255

3,656
1,895

72
179

466
96

0
55

62
157

32
0

44 All other assets
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
48
Other assets including other claims on
nonrelated parties
49 Net due from related depository institutions3
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions 5
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and
other related depository institutions^

32,373
21,489
14,683
6,806

3,429
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

24,626
15,871
10,027
5,845

2,503
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

6,547
5,214
4,386
827

675
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

748
231
211
20

214
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

10,884
28,452

3,429
28,227

8,755
18,609

2,503
22,678

1,333
6,492

675
2,855

517
0

214
182

6,492

n.a.

22 Total loans gross
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24
Equals: Loans net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
...
27
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
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 IBFs)
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions

158



28,452

n.a.

n.a.

2,259

18,609

n.a.

n.a.

120

n.a.

0

0

n.a.

n.a.

......

n.a.

28,227

n.a.

22,678

n.a.

2,855

n.a.

395,893

52 Total liabilities4
53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

2,385

195,277

295,029

154,394

60,964

;>7,070

22,008

8,430

345,562

170,151

267,481

135,161

54,089

23,776

13,316

6,219

182

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1987l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

California

Illinois

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

54 Total deposits tmd 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

54,912
42,770
33,700
9,070
8,587
4,355
4,232
1,876
224
1,652

134,695
13,496
466
13,030
47,235
40,720
6,515
68,460
7,443
61,018

46,615
35,377
29,074
6,303
7,892
3,782
4,110
1,815
224
1,592

119,216
10,312
461
9,851
40,579
34,780
5,799
63,076
6,206
56,870

1,645
1,501
437
1,065
46
5
40
14
0
14

8,661
341
0
341
4,643
4,173
470
3,627
671
2,956

2,817
2,177
1,997
181
621
551
69
3
0
3

2,324
104
0
104
1,217
1,105
112
911
383
529

770
318
591

5,019
484

746
291
494

4,765
483

17
4
63

50
0

3
2
11

91
0

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

5,988
3,670
2,459
1,211

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
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
111
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




391
82
310
918
12
906

5,126
2,984
2,038
946
382
81
201
877
12
865

210
136
90
46
5
0
4
4
0
4

235
218
214
3
0
0
0
2
0
2

289
129
591

281
109
494

1
3
63

3
1
11

4,833
3,168
2,092
1,077
155
5
149
620
1
619

4,136
2,634
1,781
853
146
5
141
580
1
579

133
61
30
31
4
0
4
3
0
3

225
207
204
3
0
0
0
2
0
2

225
74
591

217
65
494

1
0
63

3
1
11

48,923
39,100
31,240
7,860
8,196
4,274
3,922
958
212
746

41,489
32,393
27,036
5,357
7,510
3,700
3,809
938
212
726

1,434
1,366
347
1,019
41
5
36
10
0
10

2,582
1,960
1,782
177
620
551
69
1
0
1

481
188

465
183

15
2

0
1

134,695
13,496
466
13,030
47,235
40,720
6,515
68,460
7,443
61,018

119,216
10,312
461
9,851
40,579
34,780
5,799
63,076
6,206
56,870

8,661
341
0
341
4,643
4,173
470
3,627
671
2,956

2,324
104
0
104
1,217
1,105
112
911
383
529

5,019
484

4,765
483

50
0

91
0

159

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1987'—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
132 Net due to related depository institutions 5
133 Net due to head office and other related
depository institutions 5
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office, and
other related depository institutions5
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 Predetermind 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

160



Illinois

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

41,345
14,924
10,560
15,862
80,692

2,825
1,496
220
1,109
29,876

31,420
10,034
7,385
14,000
44,175

1,482
649
85
748
12,388

7,889
3,977
2,256
1,655
29,012

1,194
731
125
338
13,474

1,458
714
620
124
6,071

49
32
0
17
3,652

55,805
25,018

12,557
2,513

30,336
15,691

3,699
931

21,592
7,592

7,967
1,352

2,704
1,037

698
119

30,787
16,660
2,519
14,142
8,227

10,044
15,734
2,379
13,354
1,585

14,645
7,704
822
6,882
6,135

2,768
7,170
747
6,423
1,520

13,999
5,777
1,276
4,501
1,643

6,615
5,442
1,211
4,231
65

1,667
2,991
316
2,675
377

579
2,954
316
2,638
0

33,918

2,755

26,055

2,075

6,882

446

646

194

25,581
8,337

n.a.
2,755

19,253
6,802

n.a.
2,075

5,908
975

n.a.
446

238
408

n.a.
194

50,331

25,126

27,548

19,233

6,875

3,294

8,692

2,2 Hi

50,331

n.a.

27,548

n.a.

6,875

n.a.

8,692

n.a.

n.a.

25,126

n.a.

19,233

n.a.

3,294

n.a.

2,211

2,237
639

2

2,711

3,649
56,370
34,127
22,243

n.a.

35,080
20,035
15,045

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

n.a.

6,870

13,886

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

29,353

8,171

52,159
488

n.a.

49
91

n.a.

10,700
7,560
3,140

n.a.

6,119
4,159
1,960

ir

2,919
1,453
1,466

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

185

0

123

1,407
1,058

12,504
Total
including
IBFs

0

ii

6,552
2,672
3,880

n.a.

50,254
30,880

57,870
36,629

114
60
678

25,261
7,906
17,356

37,463
12,733
24,730

7,355

2

2,011
483

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 of reports filed6

California

Total
including
IBFs

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total nontransaction accounts,
included in total deposits and credit balances of
nontransactional 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 . . . .

New York

l

n.a.

IBFs
only3

3,040
2,120

n.a.

164

230

n.a.

689

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

23,861

6,227

3,631

1,641

28,929
221

n.a.

20,446
122

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs
873

1,794
47

IBFs
only3
209

n.a.

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19871
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

Total
including
IBFs

New York

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

427,353

214,061

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . .
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 . . . .

391,802
105,304
442
37
55,116
47,801

13 Total securities and loans

1 Total assets4

California

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

315,832

170,859

183,467
88,174
0
n.a.
41,781

290,690
88,219
415
30
45,034

38,956

39,089

Illinois

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

64,980

27,404

27,252

10,152

145,499
73,647
0
n.a.
33,870

58,123
9,589
5
2
5,769

25,174
8,832
0
n.a.
5,095

27,252
6,146
9
2
3,659

9,912
4,946
0
n.a.
2,573

31,380

5,185

4,908

3,095

2,442

7,315

2,825

5,944

2,490

584

188

564

131

47,128
2,705

46,393
2,601

40,372
2,524

39,777
2,446

3,753
87

3,737
86

2,398
61

2,373
54

44,423
2,581

43,793
n.a.

37,848
2,368

37,331
n.a.

3,666
60

3,651
n.a.

2,336
79

2,319
n.a.

236,795

91,036

163,830

68,752

39,676

15,661

19,773

4,653

32,379
6,527

8,915
n.a.

26,138
6,154

6,716
n.a.

4,136
167

1,873
n.a.

1,042
110

217
n.a.

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)

23,123

8,915

17,303

6,716

3,928

1,873

932

217

18 Federal ftinds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
19 U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20
Commercial blinks in United States
21 Other .
....

11,522
8,442
1,582
1,498

1,323
756
144
423

10,345
7,685
1,388
1,273

949
508
144
297

436
263
77
96

114
109
0
5

396
237
41
119

132
22
0
110

204,618
202
204,415

82,203
82
81,121

137,826
134
137,692

62,094
58
62,036

35,598
58
35,540

13,811
24
13,787

18,737
6
18,731

4,436
0
4,436

9,786
68,852
37,331
33,500
3,831

89
48,521
19,317
17,692
1,625

3,815
50,818
26,889
23,410
3,479

47
33,605
11,754
10,223
1,531

2,529
11,979
7,189
6,963
226

36
10,057
5,350
5,267
83

1,717
4,624
2,944
2,884
60

0
3,776
2,130
2,119
11

97
31,423
1,148
30,275
5,250

25
29,180
1,113
28,067
762

43
23,886
915
22,971
3,149

11
21,841
880
20,961
676

16
4,774
220
4,554
853

3
4,705
220
4,485
47

25
1,655
10
1,645
1,068

0
1,646
10
1,636
28

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

97,798
75,763
22,035
675
273
401

17,756
241
17,515
12
0
12

60,605
42,707
17,898
542
166
376

14,836
183
14,653
6
0
6

18,132
15,500
2,632
96
89
7

2,267
58
2,209
0
0
0

10,850
10,409
441
17
1
16

354
0
354
6
0
6

16,627

14,727

14,247

12,669

1,383

1,349

306

270

3,344
2,286

34
301

2,775
1,875

27
227

531
95

0
55

2
153

2
0

44 All other assets
. ..
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U S addressees (domicile) . . . .
48
Other assets including other claims on
nonrelated parties
49 Net due from related depository institutions5
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions5
....
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and
other related depository institutions5

38,181
28,052
18,154
9,898

2,934
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

28,296
20,352
11,581
8,770

2,151
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

8,421
7,010
6,033
977

567
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

937
447
438
9

180
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

10,128
35,551

2,934
30,594

7,945
25,142

2,151
25,360

1,411
6,857

567
2,230

490
0

180
240

35,551

n.a.

25,142

n.a.

6,857

n.a.

22 Total loans gross
....
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24 Equals: Loans net
...

..

2,729

. . .

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
,,
27
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
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 IBFs)
...
....
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
33
Other bank*s in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions

n.a.

2,680

n.a.

42

n.a.

0

0

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

30,594

n.a.

25,360

n.a.

2,230

n.a.

52 Total liabilities4

427,353

214,061

315,832

170,859

64,980

27,404

27,252

10,152

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

373,703

183,983

288,901

148,141

58,058

23,702

15,326

6,828




240

161

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

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
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
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
111
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

162



New York

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total

56,550
43,214
33,847
9,367
8,560

147,811
13,748
232
13,516
52,030

48,017
35,553
29,097
6,456
7,891

131,460
10,322
229
10,093
45,114

1,801
1,695
508
1,186
49

4,481
4,079
1,773
249
1,523

44,910
7,119
75,415
8,313
67,101

3,945
3,946
1,700
249
1,452

38,550
6,564
69,579
6,999
62,580

1,034
1,525
444

6,057
562

985
1,504

5,884
561

Total
excluding
IBFs

383

Illinois
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs

4,630

2,789
2,176
1,994
182
594

2,872;
95
0
95
1,486

6
44
14
0
14

4,244
386
3,667
916
2,751

524
71
2
0
2

1,391
95
1,259
1163
1,096

16
5
22

44
0

2
2
13

32
0

IBFs

8,862
340
0
340

5,654
3,623
2,318
1,305
379
144
235
789
13
776

4,725
2,867
1,837
1,030
366
144
222
741
12
729

242
208
158
51

336
84
444

301
67
383

1
3
22

13

4,450
2,984
1,870
1,114
139

3,780
2,473
1,575
898
130

96
66
33
33
3

205
187
183
4
0

65

74
620
1
619

64
66
573
0
573

0
3
3
0

0
0

3

1
1

210 4
53
444

175
45
383

1
0
22

2
1
13

50,896
39,592
31,530
8,062
8,181
4,337
3,844
984
237
747

43,292
32,686
27,260
5,426
7,525
3,801
3,724
960
237
723

1,559
1,486
350
1,136
46
6
40
10
0
10

2,571
1,975
1,797
178
594
524
70
1
0
1

698
1,441

684
1,437

14
3

0
1

219
201
197
4
0
0
0

3
0
3
4
0
4

1
1

0

1

0

147,811
13,748
232
13,516

131,460
10,322
229
10,093

3,682
340
0
340

2,872
95
0
95

52,030
44,910
7,119
75,415
8,313
67,101

45,114
38,550
6,564
69,579
6,999
62,580

4,630
4,244
386
3,667
916
2,751

1,486
1,391
95
1,259

6,057
562

5,884
561

44
0

32
0

163
1,096

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

California

Illinois

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

44,835
11,624
16,477
16,734
85,252

2,018
1,163
148
706
31,764

32,698
7,502
11,088
14,108
47,200

1,136
516
78
542
13,755

9,317
3,276
3,782
2,259
29,753

832
616
70
146
13,788

2,097
662
1,150
285
6,773

12
0
0
12
3,791

57,723
25,992

12,447
2,455

31,532
16,512

3,697
927

21,996
7,572

7,772
1,267

2,946
1,130

680
65

31,731
17,861
2,372
15,448
9,668

9,992
17,346
2,325
15,021
1,971

15,020
8,575
630
7,944
7,094

2,770
8,153
593
7,559
1,906

14,424
5,976
1,432
4,543
1,782

6,505
5,975
1,432
4,543
41

1,816
3,124
263
2,861
703

615
3,086
257
2,829
25

129 All other liabilities
....
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
....
131 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

39,256

2,390

29,526

1,791

8,505

400

795

153

31,252
8,004

n.a.
2,390

22,895
6,632

n.a.
1,791

7,638
868

n.a.
400

460
335

n.a.
153

132 Net due to related depository institutions5
133 Net due to head office and other related depository
institutions5 . . .
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions5

53,650

30,078

26,931

22,718

6,922

3,703

11,926

3,324

53,650

n.a.

26,931

n.a.

6,922

n.a.

11,926

n.a.

n.a.

30,078

n.a.

22,718

n.a.

3,703

n.a.

3,324

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 . . . .
1 2 8 Owed t o others . . .

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 yeiir or less
139 Predetermined interest rates
140 Floating interest rates
141 Commercial arid industrial loans with remaining maturity
of more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates

4

2,215
484

4

1,900
334

180
51

0
A

66
90

2,615

1,583

832

83

55,256
34,544
20,713

31,904
18,996
12,908

11,695
8,697
2,999

6,875
4,239
2,636

0

42,542
14,257
28,285

n.a.

V

n.a.

28,701
8,662
20,038

6,436
3,043
3,393

n.a.

1r

3,975
1,815
2,160

n.a.

ir

^

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total nontransaction accounts,
included in total deposits and credit balances of
nontransactional 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 m denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

56,748
33,031

64,038
38,737
8,567

Total
excluding
IBFs

n.a.

8,119

Total
excluding
IBFs

1,398
1,044

n.a.

212




16,734

15,598

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 of reports filed6

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

33,261

10,533

27,339

8,468

3,826

54,427
493

n.a.

29,920
224

n.a.

21,074
121

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

2,818
2,140

n.a.

142

197

n.a.

480

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

1,740

1,042

n.a.

2,506
49

IBFs
only 3
217

n.a.

163

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C September 30, 19871
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York
IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only?1

328,375

180,183

66,891

30,442

28,122

9,744

188,423
91,994
0
n.a.
44,272

301,608
92,035
663
18
47,483

149,650
75,982
0
n.a.
35,084

60,228
10,612
4
2
6,709

26,234
9,981
0
n.a.
6,150

28,122
6,276
10
2
3,811

9,438
5,035
0
n.a.
2,669

50,823

41,602

40,774

32,728

6,259

5,991

3,292

2,590

7,970

2,670

6,709

2,357

450

159

519

80

48,617
2,209

47,722
2,151

41,665
1,929

40,897
1,887

3,840
87

3,831
86

2,389
157

2,366
151

46,409
2,412

45,571
n.a.

39,736
2,206

39,010
n.a.

3,754
56

3,745
n.a.

2,232
64

2,215
n,a.

239,019

88,810

164,492

67,444

39,364

15,249

20,303

4,113

32,743
6,740

9,088
n.a.

26,480
6,366

6,920
n.a.

4,069
151

1,814
n.a.

1,166
138

254
n.a.

IBFs
only3

445,097

226,218

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . .
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
...
. . .

407,472
110,537
690
25
58,793

13 Total securities and loans

1 Total assets4

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)

Illinois

California
Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
IBFs

3,375

n.a.

3,325

n.a.

39

n.a.

0

n.a.

22,629

9,088

16,789

6,920

3,879

1,814

1,028

254

15,599
9,105
3,237
3,257

2,846
940
782
1,125

14,298
8,275
2,987
3,035

2,536
752
778
1,005

579
378
79
122

178
110
0
69

325
198
31
96

70
20
0
50

206,476
201
206,275

79,816
93
79,723

138,131
119
138,012

60,580
56
60,524

35,366
71
35,295

13,473
37
13,435

19,143
6
19,137

3,858
0
3,B58

11,195
64,927
33,912
30,579
3,333

105
46,213
17,465
16,746
719

4,585
47,682
24,028
21,241
2,787

71
32,010
10,319
9,812
508

2,737
11,872
7,036
6,651
385

29
9,904
5,220
5,056
164

1,805
3,936
2,556
2,462
94

0
3,185
1,844
1,797
47

171
30,844
1,172
29,672
5,370

19
28,729
1,129
27,600
715

126
23,528
895
22,632
3,364

9
21,681
853
20,828
617

10
4,826
248
4,579
843

0
4,684
247
4,437
57

25
1,355
29
1,326
797

0
1,341
29
1,312
28

101,367
79,258
22,108
827
238
589

17,721
116
17,605
21
0
21

62,345
44,511
17,834
743
184
559

14,826
104
14,723
15
0
15

17,921
15,267
2,654
42
30
12

2,217
13
2,204
0
0
0

12,043
11,568
475
17
1
16

369
0
369
6
0
6

16,652

14,769

14,411

12,831

1,252

1,210

299

270

3,792
2,346

28
244

3,145
1,856

28
182

594
105

0
56

20
228

0
0

42,317
29,388
19,280
10,108
12,929
37,625

4,772
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,772
37,794

30,784
20,442
11,335
9,106
10,342
26,767

3,689
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
3,689
30,533

9,673
8,013
7,233
780
1,660
6,663

826
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
826
4,208

1,218
610
582
29
608
0

220
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
220
306

37,625

n.a.

26,767

n.a.

6,663

n.a.

n.a.

37,794

n.a.

30,533

n.a.

4,208

n.a.

52 Total liabilities4

445,097

226,218

328,375

180,183

66,891

30,442

28,122

9,744

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

390,595

204,362

301,755

165,151

60,124

27,088

15,981

6,642

18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
19 U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20 Commercial banks in United States
21 Other
22 Total loans gross
23 Less1 Unearned income on loans
24 Equals' Loans net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
27 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
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
IBFs)
31 Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U S banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions
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
44 All other assets
45 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile) ,
47
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
48 Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties
49 Net due from related depository institutions5
50 Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions5
'
51 Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and
other related depository institutions5

164



0

n.a.
306

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1987r—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

57,901
44,596
34,596
10,000
8,581
4,422
4,158
2,012
243
1,769

162,990
14,512
186
14,326
55,013
47,046
7,967
83,478
7,846
75,633

854
1,126
732

9,937
49
n.a.

California

Illinois

Total
excluding
IBFs

54 Total deposits and credit balances .
55
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
56
57
Non-U.S, addressees (domicile)
58 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
59
Other commercial banks in United States
60
Banks in foreign countries
61
62
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
63
64 Foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
65 All other deposits and credit balances
66 Certified and official checks
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
AH other deposits and credit balances
79
Certified and official checks

6,327
3,665
2,124
1,541
650
82
568
771
23
748

5,452
2,991
1,731
1,260
645
81
564
722
23
699

174
135
89
45
0
0
0
6
0
6

216
193
189
4
1
0
0
2
0
2

350
159
732

301
144
649

2
1
30

17

4,916
3,108
1,802
1,306
58
11
47
604
2
602

4,248
2,634
1,521
1,113
54
11
43
555
2
554

99
61
33
27
0
0
0
6
0
6

203
180
176
4
1
0
0
2
0
2

290
124
732

241
115
649

2
0
30

3
1
17

51,574
40,931
32,472
8,459
7,931
4,340
3,590
1,241
220
1,021

42,948
32,972
27,274
5,698
7,302
3,830
3,472
1,215
220
994

1,641
1,583
443
1,140
36
6
30
11
0
11

2,736
2,183
1,996
187
552
489

504
967

495
964

9
3

0
1

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
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 blinks 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. bninches and agencies of other foreign banks
111
Other commercial banks in United States
112 Banks in foreign countries
113
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
114
Other b.inks in foreign countries
115 Foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
116
All other deposits and credit balances




IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

48,399
35,963
29,004
6,959
7,947
3,911
4,036
1,936
243
1,694

146,204
10,789
179
10,610
48,440
41,273
7,167
77,239
6,774
70,466

1,814
1,717
532
1,186

796
1,107
649

9,687
48
n.a.

11

36

6
31
17
0
17
4
30

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

9,306
439
0
439
4,723
4,307
417
4,090
686
3,404

2,952
2,376
2,185
191
553
489
64
2
0
2

3,069
60
0
60
1,425
1,140
285
1,567
317
1,250

53
0

3
2
17

17
0
n.a.

3
1

63
0
0
0

162,990
14,512
186
14,326
55,013
47,046
7,967
83,478
7,846
75,633

146,204
10,789
179
10,610
48,440
41,273
7,167
77,239
6,774
70,466

9,306
439
0
439
4,723
4,307
417
4,090
686
3,404

3,069
60
0
60
1,425
1,140
285
1,567
317
1,250

9,937
49

9,687
48

53
0

17
0

165

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

40,620
11,889
11,414
17,317
87,979

3,085
1,406
251
1,428
34,488

59,146
26,720

Californiii

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

30,332
7,729
7,423
15,180
46,945

1,607
599
110
898
14,302

13,531
2,648

31,133
16,650

32,425
19,513
2,863
16,650
9,320

10,883
18,852
2,640
16,212
2,105

129 All other liabilities
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed
and outstanding
131 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

41,106
31,304
9,801

132 Net due to related depository institutions 5
133 Net due to head office and 5other related
depository institutions
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions5

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
.
. .

135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143

MEMO
Non-interest bearing balances with commercial banks
in United States
Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
Holding of own acceptances included in commercial
and industrial loans
Commercial and industrial loans with remaining
maturity of one year or less
Predetermined interest rates
Floating interest rates
Commercial and industrial loans with remaining
maturity of more than one year
Predetermined interest rates
Floating interest rates

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

7,369
2,777
2,852
1,740
31,975

1,339
706
137
496
15,914

2,292
1,120
888
285
6,636

88
55
0
33
3,299

3,693
986

22,699
7,485

8,723
1,408

3,437
1,823

580
86

14,482
9,390
1,222
8,168
6,423

2,707
8,779
1,002
7,777
1,830

15,214
6,933
1,262
5,671
2,344

7,315
6,926
1,262
5,664
265

1,614
2,741
273
2,468
459

495
2,709
273
2,436
10

3,799

29,875

3,038

9,660

529

1,032

185

n.a.
3,799

21,776
8,098

n.a.
3,038

8,581
1,079

n.a.
529

611
420

n.a.
185

54,502

21,856

26,620

15,032

6,767

3,354

12,141

3,102

54,502

n.a.

26,620

n.a.

6,767

n.a.

12,141

n.a.

n.a.

21,856

n.a.

15,032

n.a.

3,354

n.a.

3,102

2,415
576

A

12

2,219
396

150 Number of reports filed^

166



98
79

0
Ai

43
84

2,753

1,619

839

11,141
8,399
2,742

i.a.

7,953
5,181
2,772

6,779
3,182
3,598

i

4,089
1,834
2,256

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
cnly3

Total
excluding
IBFs

1,616
1,120

A

0

ik

145

31,256
18,391
12,865

3,007
2,259

n.a.

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

59,094
32,873

67,879
39,636
8,725

n.a.

31,077
9,373
21,704

45,613
15,111
30,502

n.a.

8,109

19,518
IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

33,933

10,626

53,814

n.a.

n.a.

18,112

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

12

55,742
35,066
20,676

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total non transaction accounts,
included in total deposits and credit balances of
nontransactional 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 . . . .

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

499

312

it. a.

184

238

IBFs
only3

I3Fs
Only 3

Total
including
IBFs

27,986

8,540

3,780

1,700

1,160

28,765

n.a.

r.a.

2,723

21,192
122

IBFs
only3

n.a.

509

Total
including
IBFs

227

n.a.

49

IBFs
only3
254

n.a.

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19871
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

460,787

233,338

2 Claims on non related parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . .
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

423,279
109,616
368
24
60,168

13 Total securities and loans

Total
including
IBFs

1 Total assets4

.

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)
18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
19 U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20
Commercial banks in United States
21
Other
22 Total loans gross
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24
Equals* Loons net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
,
27
Commercial! banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
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 IBFs)
. .
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U S banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions
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
44 All other assets
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U S addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
48
Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . . .
49 Net due from related depository institutions5
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions5
.
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and
other related depository institutions5
4

52 Total liabilities

.

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties




California

Illinois

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

339,119

185,850

192,650
90,659
0
n.a.
44,487

314,591
92,059
342
18
49,216

52,875

42,176

43,143

7,293

2,311

6,074

2,102

391

74

578

104

47,086
2,239

46,171
2,191

40,738
2,004

39,930
1,962

3,360
105

3,350
104

2,404
119

2,390
114

44,848
1,970

43,981
n.a.

38,734
1,746

37,968
n.a.

3,256
65

3,246
n.a.

2,285
76

2,276
n.a.

252,841

94,432

174,572

71,821

42,321

16,352

20,691

4,026

33,033
5,695

9,823
n.a.

26,227
5,329

7,387
n.a.

4,406
149

2,116
n.a.

1,258
125

215
n.a.

3,604

n.a.

3,562

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

69,427

30,329

29,244

10,688

153,767
75,985
0
n.a.
36,054

61,367
8,948
6
2
5,515

25,743
8,285
0
n.a.
4,935

29,244
6,970
6
2
4,482

9,952
5,549
0
n.a.
3,159

33,952

5,124

4,861

3,904

3,055

n.a.

41

0

n.a.

n.a.

23,733

9,823

17,336

7,387

4,215

2,116

1,133

215

18,095
11,078
4,124
2,893

3,080
1,564
651
865

16,553
9,992
3,892
2,669

2,648
1,233
638
778

967
822
61
85

265
235
10
20

231
132
69
30

95
65
0
30

220,001
193
219,808

84,685
76
84,609

148,454
109
148,345

64,473
39
64,434

37,989
73
37,916

14,274
37
14,236

19,439
6
19,433

3,811
0
3,811

14,312
67,308
34,801
30,494
4,307

171
48,998
18,359
17,346
1,014

7,118
48,943
24,987
21,208
3,778

136
33,850
11,493
10,716
777

3,051
12,819
7,289
6,902
387

29
10,693
5,235
5,054
181

1,988
3,976
2,267
2,164
103

0
3,152
1,500
1,444
56

110
32,397
1,030
31,367
6,101

47
30,592
942
29,650
829

66
23,891
822
23,068
3,847

38
22,319
736
21,583
747

10
5,520
146
5,374
1,056

0
5,458
145
5,313
43

25
1,684
61
1,623
910

0
1,652
61
1,591
28

108,573
85,680
22,893
723
186
537

18,518
174
18,344
30
0
30

68,156
49,493
18,663
627
126
501

15,619
164
15,455
24
0
24

19,223
16,470
2,753
51
35
16

2,178
10
2,168
0
0
0

12,058
11,548
510
6
0
6

404
0
404
6
0
6

17,618

15,857

15,328

13,897

1,312

1,275

246

221

2,994
2,373

33
249

2,606
1,830

32
169

354
123

0
56

0
255

0
0

42,727
30,223
19,349
10,874
12,505
37,508

4,479
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,479
40,688

31,407
21,769
11,891
9,879
9,638
24,528

3,313
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
3,313
32,083

9,130
7,290
6,631
659
1,841
8,060

842
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
842
4,585

1,353
664
627
37
689
0

282
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
282
736

37,508

n.a.

24,528

n.a.

8,060

n.a.

n.a.

40,688

n.a.

32,083

n.a.

4,585

n.a.

460,787

233,338

339,119

185,850

69,427

30,329

29,244

10,688

401,710

212,420

309,629

171,541

62,059

27,548

16,372

7,185

0

n.a.
736

167

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

Illinois

California

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

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

60,042
47,004
36,715
10,289
8,298
3,858
4,440
2,004
231
1,773

164,825
13,404
298
13,106
54,319
46,180
8,139
87,659
8,325
79,334

49,910
37,801
30,816
6,984
7,686
3,336
4,350
1,916
231
1,685

147,718
9,283
296
8,987
47,442
40,156
7,286
81,889
7,598
74,291

1,923
1,807
500
1,307
12
6
6
16
0
16

9,049
439
0
439
4,674
4,184
489
3,884
454
3,430

3,152
2,562
2,368
194
564
503
61
2
0
2

3,026
BO
0
30
1,651
1,374
277
1,327
198
1,129

1,227
1,005
454

9,326
117

1,194
937
376

8,987
116

15
48
26

52
0

2
3
18

17
0

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

5,959
3,619
2,101
1,519
434
61
373
995
46
950

5,008
2,902
1,711
1,191
427
61
366
934
46

179
143
88
55
1
0
1
6
0
6

205
180
176
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

358

99
454

288
81
376

1
2
26

2
3
18

4,779
3,080
1,823
1,257
67
7
60
817
1
816

4,040
2,564
1,531
1,033
61
6
54
757
1
755

124
90
53
1
0
1
6
0
6

192
167
163
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

300

61
454

231
52
376

1
0
26

2
3
18

54,083
43,385
34,615
8,770
7,864
3,796
4,068
1,009
185
824

44,903
34,899
29,106
5,794
7,259
3,276
3,984
982
185
797

1,745
1,664
412
1,251
11
6
5
10
0
10

2,946
2,382
2,192
190
564
503
60
0
0
0

919
906

906
857

13
46

0
1

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
93 Non-transaction accounts (including MMDAs,
excluding IBFs)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
Other commercial banks in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
104 All other deposits and credit balances
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103

105 IBF deposit liabilities
106
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
107
" " addressees (domicile)
U.S. "
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
108
109 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
110
111
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

168



38

164,825
13,404
298
13,106
54,319
46,180
8,139
87,659
8,325
79,334

147,718
9,283
296
8,987
47,442
40,156
7,286
81,889
7,598
74,291

9,049
439
0
439
4,674
4,184
489
B.884
454
3,430

3,026
30
0
30
1,651
1,374
277
1,327
198
1,129

9,326
117

8,987
116

52
0

17
0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19871—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

California

Illinois

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

37,161
11,413
9,865
15,883
96,288

3,733
1,855
269
1,609
39,987

27,531
7,177
5,733
14,621
52,786

2,605
1,058
136
1,410
18,300

7,815
3,296
3,565
954
33,459

946
684
133
129
16,896

1,465
760
461
243
7,547

136
70
0
66
3,775

62,478
27,223

15,552
2,644

32,475
17,032

4,636
851

24,000
7,697

9,464
1,490

4,027
1,885

823
77

35,255
22,638
3,089
19,548
11,172

12,908
21,946
3,032
18,914
2,490

15,443
11,916
1,171
10,744
8,396

3,785
11,279
1,124
10,155
2,386

16,303
7,363
1,585
5,778
2,095

7,974
7,347
1,580
5,767
85

2,142
2,968
286
2,681
552

746
2,943
286
2,657
10

129 All other liabilities
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed
and outstanding
131 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

43,394

3,874

31,684

2,918

9,813

656

1,183

248

33,563
9,831

n.a,
3,874

23,794
7,890

n.a.
2,918

8,590
1,223

n.a.
656

670
513

n.a.
248

132 Net due to related depository institutions5
133 Net due to head office and other related
depository institutions5
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office, and
other related depository institutions5

59,077

20,918

29,490

14,309

7,368

2,781

12,872

3,504

59,077

n.a.

29,490

n.a.

7,368

n.a.

12,872

n.a.

n.a.

20,918

n.a.

14,309

n.a.

2,781

n.a.

3,504

2,854
1,095

A

2,611
898

A

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)
1 23 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 nonielated 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 .
. .

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 Predetermind 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
.

60,966
37,723
23,243

n.a.

35,952
21,146
14,805

IBFs
only 3

69,664
40,682

Total
excluding
IBFs

n.a.

n.a.

8,272

0

11,713
8,721
2,992

59
104

IBFs
only3

n.a.

8,026
5,002
3,024

ir

4,032
1,709
2,323

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

1,615
1,112

n.a.

18,629

358




n.a.

1r

IBFs
only 3

3,177
2,315

n.a.

145

369

n.a.

493

Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater
than onu day included in other borrowed money
150 Number of reports filed6

0
Ai

110

7,509
3,232
4,277

60,687
33,786

19,920

102
87
730

32,205
10,103
22,102

47,607
15,895
31,712

9,062

6

1,649

2,629

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total nontransaction accounts,
included in total deposits and credit balances of
nontransactional 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 . .

6

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

37,130

9,528

30,721

7,250

4,037

1,956

1,245

56,765
502

n.a.

30,426
229

n.a.

22,295
122

n.a.

2,776
51

IBFs
only 3
216

n.a.

169

64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks1
Billions of dollars, end of period

1986

1987

Area or country

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

385.6

389.7

389.5

389.6

393.4

382,9

384.8

381.8

152.8
8.2
13.6
11.2
8.3
3.5
2.8
5.3
67.4
6.0
26.5

160.3
9.0
15.1
11.5
9.3
3.4
2.9
5.6
69.2
7.0
27.2

159.0
8.5
14.7
12.5
8.1
3.9
2.7
4.8
70.3
6.2
27.4

158.0
8.4
13.8
11.7
9.0
4.6
2.4
5.8
71.9
5.4
25.0

162.2
9.0
13.3
12.7
8.6
4.4
3.0
5.8
73.4
5.1
26.9

157,7
8,2
12.5
11..2,
7.5
1.1
2A
5.1
71.8
4.€
26.3

154.6
8.1
13.7
10.5
6.6
4.8
2.6
5.4
71.3
4.6
27.0

161.6
10.!!
13.6
12.6
7.3
4.1
2.1
5.5
70.6
5.6
30.1

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

31.1
1.5
2.5
1.9
2.5
2.7
1.0
6.4
2.1
2.4
3.1
4.9

30.7
1.7
2.4
1.6
2.6
3.0
1.1
6.4
2.5
2.1
3.1
4.2

29.5
1.7
2.3
1.7
2.3
2.7
1.0
6.7
2.1
1.6
3.1
4.1

26.2
1.7
1.7
1.4
2.3
2.4
.8
5.8
2.0
1.4
3.1
3.5

25.7
1.9
1.7
1.4
2.1
2.2
.8
6.3
1.7
1.4
3.0
3.2

25.2
18
1,5
1.4
2.0
2.1
.8
6.1
1.7
1.5
3.0
3.1

26.2
1.9
1.6
1.4
1.9
2.3
.8
7.4
1.5
1.6
2.9
2.9

26.2
1,9
1.7
1.3
2.0
2.3
,6
8.0
1.6
1.6
2.9
2.5

25 OPEC countries2
26 Ecuador
27
Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30
African countries

20.4
2.2
8.7
3.3
4.5
1.8

20.6
2.1
8.8
3.0
5.0
1.7

20.0
2.2
8.7
2.8
4.6
1.7

19.6
2.2
8.6
2.5
4.5
1.7

20.2
2.1
8.7
2.4
5.4
1.6

19.0
2.1
8.6
2.2
4.4
1.7

19.1
2.0
8.4
2.0
4.9
1.7

17.3
1.9
8.2
1.9
3.6
1.7

102.9

102.0

99.7

99.3

99.5

96.6

96.6

8.8
25.6
7.0
2.3
23.9
1.7
3.3

9.2
25.5
7.1
2.2
24.0
1.6
3.3

9.3
25.4
7.2
2.0
24.0
1.5
3.3

9.5
25.3
7.1
2.1
24.0
1.5
3.1

9.5
25.5
7.2
2.0
23.9
1.4
3.0

9.5
24.4
7.2
1.9
25.3
1.3
3.0

9.3
24.5
7.0
1.9
24.7
1.2
2.8

9.4
24.1
6.9
2.0
23.6
1.1
2.8

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

31 Non-OPEC developing countries
Latin America
32 Argentina
33 Brazil
34 Chile
35 Colombia
36 Mexico
37
Peru
38 Other Latin America

100.0

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

.6
4.3
1.2
1.3
9.2
2.2
5.6
1.3
.9

.6
3.7
1.3
1.6
8.7
2.0
5.7
1.1
.8

.6
4.3
1.3
1.4
7.3
2.1
5.4
1.0
.7

.4
4.9
1.2
1.5
6.7
2.1
5.4
.9
.7

.9
5.5
1.7
1.4
6.2
1.9
5.4
.9
.6

.6
6.6
1.7
1.3
5.6
1.7
5.4
.8
.7

.3
5.9
1.9
1.3
4.9
1.6
5.4
.7
.7

.3
8.2
1.9
1.0
4.9
1.5
5,1
.7
.7

48
49
50
51

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa 3

.9
.9
.1
1.9

.9
.9
.1
1.7

.7
.9
.1
1.6

.7
.9
.1
1.6

.6
.9
.1
.9

.6
.9
.1
1.1

.6
.8
.1
1.0

.5
.9
.0
l.l

52 Eastern Europe
53
U.S.S.R
54
Yugoslavia
55 Other

4.0
.3
2.0
1.7

4.0
.3
2.0
1.7

3.4
.1
1.9
1.4

3.2
.1
1.7
1.4

3.0
.1
1.6
1.3

3.3
.3
1.7
1.3

3.4
.5
1.7
1.2

3.0
.4
1.6
1.0

56 Offshore banking centers
57
Bahamas
58
Bermuda
59
Cayman Islands and other British West
Indies
60
Netherlands Antilles
61 Panama4
62
Lebanon
63
Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65
Other5 .

57.5
21.2
.7

55.4
17.1
.4

60.5
19.9
.4

63.2
22.3
.7

63.2
24.0
.8

60.2
19.7
.6

63.7
25.5
.6

53.1
17.1
.6

9.2
2.2
4.3
.1
11.4
8.4
.0

12.2
2.4
4.2
.1
9.5
9.3
.0

12.8
1.9
5.1
.1
10.5
9.7
.0

13.6
1.8
4.1
.1
11.2
9.4
.0

11.1
1.7
5.4
.1
11.4
8.6
.0

12.4
1.3
5.2
.1
12.5
8.3
.0

10.7
1.2
5.1
.0
12.3
8.1
.0

11.2
1.2
4.5
.1
11.2
7.0
.0

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated6

16.8

16.8

17.2

19.8

19.8

18.0

21.3

24.1

170



65. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19871
Percent per year, averages of daily figures
Austria

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

Belgium

Canada

Denmark

France

Germany

Italy

Japan

Netherlands

Sweden

^

35
jL

Month -end

8.5
8.5
8.0
8.0
7.75
7.75
7.25

7.74
7.59
7.05
8.26
8.54
8.54
8.76
9.24
9.57
8.26
8.56
8.68

70
iL

8.0
8.0
7.75

30
iL

12.0
12.0
11.5

30
25
ik

4. 5
tL

75
jk

35
iL

1

Tr
35
30

7.25
7.0

1

7.75
7.5
iT
70

7.5
8.0
7.75

ir
30
25

11.5
12.0
12.0

\r
25

if
4. 5
4. 0
3. 75

ir

75

35
30
25

i

r

66. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19871
Percent per year, averages of daily figures
Eurodollars

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

,
.

United
Kingdom

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Netherlands

France

Italy

Belgium

Japan

6.10
6.32
6.37
6.73
7.25
7 11
6.87
6.91
7.51
8.29
741
7.86

10.98
10.79
9.90
9.73
8.79
8 85
9.17
9.95
10.12
9.92
8 87
8.71

7.95
7.44
7.14
7.62
8.22
8 40
8.61
9.11
9.32
9.12
8.70
8.95

4.45
3.94
3.97
3.85
3.73
3 67
3.83
3.93
3.98
4.70
3.91
3.65

3.63
3.58
3.93
3.65
3.63
3 77
3.60
3.55
3.51
4.03
3.65
3.51

5.57
5.31
5.38
5.31
5.11
5 15
5.21
5.27
5.31
5.63
4.99
4.65

8.49
8.36
7 85
7.88
809
8 18
7.83
7.88
7.85
8.15
8 65
8.47

11.38
11.13
1065
10.03
10 15
10 67
1092
11.96
12 36
11.85
11 36
11.25

7 83
7,75
7 49
7.21
7 13
6 78
6 54
6.55
6 56
6.84
6 93
6.57

4 23
3.98
4 00
3.92
3 77
3 71
3 74
3.71
3 76
3.89
3 89
3.90

67. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar1
March 1973 = 100
Year

1987




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

101 13

99 46

98 99

97 09

96 05

97 78

99 36

99 43

97 23

96 65

91 49

88 70

171

68. Foreign exchange rates, 19871
Currency units per U.S. dollar, except where otherwise noted
Australia2
(dollar)

,
. ,.
..

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

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

..

.. .
....

172



China
(yuan)

Denmark
(krone)

Finland
(markka)

France
(franc)

66088
66.767
68 709
71.185
71 416
71 793
70.789
70 717
72.685
71 120
68.597
71.060

13 087
12.833
12 905
12.739
12 574
12 793
12,996
13 041
12.765
12 674
11.843
11.500

38 616
37.789
38029
37.562
37 091
37.712
38.329
38 528
37.657
37 494
35.190
34.186

1 3605
1.3340
1 3194
1.3183
1 3411
1.3387
1.3262
1 3256
1.3154
1 3097
1 3167
1.3075

3 7314
3.7314
3 7314
3.7314
3 7314
3.7314
3.7314
3 7314
3.7314
3 7314
3.7314
3.7314

7 0591
6.8939
69166
6 8388
6 7333
6 8555
7.0179
7 1279
69893
6 9262
64962
6.3043

4 6419
4 5556
4 5102
44227
4 3604
44281
44882
4 5017
4 3954
4 3570
4 1392
40462

6 2007
60760
6 1091
60332
5 9748
6 071f>
6 1510
6 1914
6055^
6 0160
5 7099
5 5375

Greece
(drachma)

Hong Kong
(dollar)

India
(rupee)

Ireland2
(pound)

Italy
(lira)

Japan
(yen)

Malaysia
(ringgit)

.8596
.8239
8355
.8125
.7881
.8189
.8482
8553
.8134
1 8006
1.6821
1.6335

134 80
133.88
134 68
133 50
133.35
13606
139.31
140 63
138 40
138 61
13242
129.46

7.7698
7.7952
7 8017
7.8023
7.8049
7 8080
7.8090
7 8091
7.8035
7 8077
7.7968
7.7726

13 029
13.062
12 924
12 822
12.666
12 837
13.013
13 085
12.993
12 995
12 972
12.935

143 90
145.93
145 54
147.49
149.59
147.25
144.99
144 18
147.54
148 72
158.08
162.63

1317 17
1297 74
1305 90
1292 96
1290.80
1316 50
1337.96
1344 18
1310 86
1302 58
1238 89
1203.74

154 83
153.41
151 41
143 00
140.48
144 55
150.29
147 33
143,29
143 32
135 40
128.24

2 5701
2 5418
2 52^0
2 4861
24759
2 5078
2 5414
2 5361
2 5189
2 5308
2 4989
2.4944

New Zealand2
(dollar)

Norway
(krone)

Portugal
(escudo)

Singapore
(dollar)

South Africa2
(rand)

South Korea
(won)

20978
2.0592
20731
2.0447
20154
2.0490
20814
2.0903
20413
2.0267
1 8931
1.8382

.,

Canada
(dollar)

53 61
54.81
56 33
57.75
57 64
58.69
59 64
58.92
63 35
64.03
61 91
64.66

7 1731
7.0067
69335
6.7781
6 6632
6.7147
6 7632
6.7911
66505
6.6311
6 4233
6.3820

142 90
141.62
141 48
140.34
139 18
142.12
144 51
145.57
142 94
142.82
136 85
133.77

2 1510
2.1410
2 1418
2.1350
2 1202
2.1176
2 1183
2.1082
20924
2.0891
2 0444
2.0127

47 696
47 971
48 214
49550
49 866
49 411
48 522
48 157
48 860
48 795
50 674
51 220

862 86
857 38
856 11
845 (X)
832 53
818 39
811 81
811 HB
810 07
HOE 47
802 30
798 34

Spain
(peseta)

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

.,

Belgium
(franc)

Netherlands
(guilder)

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

Austria
(schilling)

Germany
(deutsche
mark)

Period

Sri Lanka
(rupee)

Sweden
(krona)

Switzerland
(franc)

Taiwan
(dollar)

Thailand
(baht)

United
Kingdom2
(pound)

129 54
128.62
128 86
126.98
125 28
126.33
126 97
125.57
121 34
118.60
113 26
110 80

28 578
28.662
28.823
28.902
28.988
29.171
29405
29.643
29.902
30.347
30.519
30644

66188
6.5016
6 4202
6.3210
62606
6.3482
64466
6.4898
6 3844
6,3560
60744
5 9473

1 5616
1.5403
1 5391
1.4968
1 4705
1.5085
1.5365
1.5364
1.5029
1.4940
1.3825
1 3304

35 30
35.06
34 68
33.86
32 35
31.23
31 11
30.29
30 15
30.04
29 81
29 00

26037
25 933
25 E81
25 695
25 629
25 779
26 041
26 926
25 765
25 783
25 495
25 249

150 54
152 80
15921
162 99
166 66
162 88
16090
159 96
164 46
16620
177 54
182 8H

Part 2—Special Tables




69. Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank, December 31, 19871
Millions of dollars
Total

Item

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights certificate
account
3 Coin
4 Loans
..

11,078

706

3,177

385

664

933

596

1,383

351

169

562

669

1,483

5,018

314
27
47

1,489
2,787

162
24
131

314
28
63

461
63
181

203
37
39

656
31
19

160
28
38

66
13
10

216
31
68

307
29
416

670
81
16

408
3,815

16

Federal agency obligations
5 Bought outright
6 Held under repurchase agreement

7,553
1 316

466

2,430
1,316

229

453

638

335

876

218

114

300

448

1,046

U.S. Treasury securities
7 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase agreement

218 906
3 645

13 502

70,430
3 645

6,624

13,130

18,497

9,722

25,385

6,322

3,290

8,693

12,986

30,325

9 Total loans and securities

235,235

14,015

80,608

6,984

13,646

19,316

10,096

26,280

6,578

3,414

9,061

13,850

31,387

10 Items in process of collection
1 1 Bank premises

7,990
705

501
93

934
33

478
46

294
32

422
111

615
57

620
70

502
20

435
23

1,454
47

572
20

1,163
153

Other assets
12 Denominated in foreign
currencies3
13 Other
14 Interdistrict Settlement Account . . . .

7,772
256
7,360
276
-1,124
0

1,874
1,571
1,449

365
190

466
284

420
368

707
228

256
81

334
181

661
257

1,135

-599

1,742

1,057
3,185
2,605

241
130

136 -1,736

723

-3

-100

275,566

15,064

91,151

8,035

15,864

20,358

14,281

35,887

8,733

4,454

11,786

16,371

33,582

212,890

12,503

70,471

5,706

12,987

16,550

9,206

30,029

6,942

3,043

8,380

12,312

24,761

41,784
5,313
244
1,027

1,863

1,648

2,124

2,902

3,922

4,325

1,165

848

1,689

2,985

6,660

5
34

11,653
5,313
130
438

7
28

9
42

8
61

14
52

20
145

5
21

5
16

6
31

13
56

22
103

48,368

1,902

17,534

1,683

2,175

2,971

3,988

4,490

1,191

869

1,726

3,054

6,785

7,179

355

875

369

317

383

604

522

407

371

1,402

498

1,076

15 Total assets

609

6 -3,077

LIABILITIES
16 Federal Reserve notes
17
18
19
20

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S. Treasury, General account . . . .
Foreign, official accounts
All other

21 Total deposits
22 Deferred credit items
23 Other liabilities and accrued
dividends4

3,035

168

1,189

83

159

226

121

324

77

45

108

157

378

271,472

14,928

90,069

7,841

15,638

20,130

13,919

35,365

8,617

4,328

11,616

16,021

33,000

2 047

68

541

97

113

114

181

261

58

63

85

175

291

2 047

68

541

97

113

114

181

261

58

63

85

175

291

275,566

15,064

91,151

8,035

15,864

20,358

14,281

35,887

8,733

4,454

11,786

16,371

33,582

28 Federal Reservo notes issued to
Reserve Bank by Federal Reserve
Agent and outstanding
253,313
29
LESS: Held by issuing Bank, and
forwarded for redemption . . . 40,423

15,123

75,709

9,048

15,192

21,052

13,288

31,890

8,804

4,035

10,963

15,852

32,357

2,620

5,238

3,342

2,205

4,502

4,082

1,861

1,862

992

2,583

3,540

7,596

12,503

70,471

5,706

12,987

16,550

9,206

30,029

6,942

3,043

8,380

12,312

24,761

24 Total liabilities
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
25 Capital paid in
26 Surplus
27 Total liabilities and capital
accounts
FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE STATEMENT

5

30 Federal Reserve notes, net

212,890

Collateral held by Federal Reserve
Agent for notes issued to Bank
31 Gold certificate account
32 Special drawing rights certificate
account
33 U.S. Treasury and federal
agency securities

196 794

34 Total collateral

212,890




11 078

5,018

175

70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19871
Dollars
Total

Item

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
1
2
3
4
5

1,917 148
988,284,179
11,370 870
43,296,664
809 719

4,067,423
5,400,422,500
82,832,938
92,217,810
30,526 084

2,486,347
497,305,569
16,170,383
30,841,255
889,303

555 846
965,834,554
20 633 487
39 224,730
524 982

1,7^6471
1374,138,059
18 592 591
53,254,196
757 809

1,045,678,580

5,610,066,755

547,692,857

1,026,773,599

1,448,479,130

621,702,802
72 262 440
11,356,898
22,154,937
81,349 721
12,291,137
47 282 152

40,942,252
7 700 723
2,677,871
989,061
3,791 390
1,004,866
2 633 883

126,490,442
21,846 131
1,715,866
2,904,949
9,372,823
1,803,489
8,925 389

32,804,520
6,846,173
396,036
864,401
4,494,244
580,393
2,637,819

35,421,989
7 662 126
1 541,325
1,848,241
5 961,285
613,487
2 906 632

46,705,249
9 079 58S
690,652
1,897,198
6,446 858
884,222
4 347 044

21,709,940
26,078,430
22,906 014
17,118,511
19,568 292

2,717,750
2,595,585
1,956,696
518,712
1,329624

3,719,593
2,804,496
3,375,315
10,229,545
3,612,884

1,543,565
1,592,223
2,200,418
34,954
1,169,662

1 105,534
1,392,909
1 579,732
291,357
1 256 195

1,878,785
3, 750,950
2,004,700'
536,290'
1,611 142

4,693,541
33 857 448
75,801,603
42 467 351

117,615
913 218
4,811,721
2 695 600

0
6,403,641
13,306,148
7,656,658

192,157
941,340
4,037,707
2,230,631

147,584
3 872,916
4,190,763
1 832,152

422,975
1,751,817
7,245,424
3,985 412

113 622 771
45,976,990

6 Total

224 337 751
16,371,408,317
343,891 458
644,671,864
48 702 234

17,633,011,623

Loans
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities
Foreign currencies
Priced services
Other

6 967 265
2,481,616
(2 344 539)
(6,933,981)
(137 879)

12,607,198
9,456,644
922,741
(3,607,239)
(4 494)

8,970,750
1,949,376
2,422,670
(2,407,815)
(13 747)

10 452 713
3,034,681
(199,152)
(3,102,496)
(170 253)

8 25^ 737
4,694,380
(547 415)
(4,655,683)
(228 842)

CURRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and other personnel expenses
8 Retirement and other benefits2
9 Fees
10 Travel
1 1 Postage and other shipping costs
12 Communications
,
13 Materials and supplies
14
15
16
17
18

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent . . . .
Other

19
20
21
22

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

23
24
25
26
27

Earnings—credit costs
Other
Shared costs net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized4

,

.

(0)

....

(33,011,836)
(2 936 662)

28 Total

1,256,252,479

77,429,049

243,542,219

73,487,477

81,639,520

29 Reimbursements
30 Net expenses

(109,341,780)
1,146,910,699

(4,447,155)
72,981,894

(22,483,934)
221,058,285

(13,872,836)
59,614,641

(7,754,031)
73,885,489

16 486 100 920

972 696 687

5,438,210,961

488,078,216

952 888,109

1 355,000,873

41,880,453
1,804,276,954
55,554,014
1,901,711,422
58,159 791
1,843,551,631

2,581,259
59,541,139
9,655
62,132,054
81,620
62,050,433

13,476,274
434,830,746
149,447
448,456,467
734,903
447,721,564

1,268,641
84,801,017
4,394
86,074,051
1,707,036
84,367,015

2511,011
108,256,617
20,142
110,787,770
110,787,079

3,539,914
97,430,956
55,809
101 ,026,678
17,474
101,009,204

46,957,714

2,401,304

7,180,347

5,692,929

3,094,742

3,444,186

81 869 800
170,674,979

2,685,100
10,687,354

20,642,300
53,905,512

3,789,200
4,817,304

4 822,900
10,906,391

4,405,700
14,984,887

18,030,150,057
117 499 U5

1,018,973,362
3,925,706

5,804,204,366
30,455,531

558,145,797
5,537,791

1,044,851,155
6719,445

1,433,175,304
6,431,001

17,738,879,542
173,771,400
1,873,315,300
2,047,086 700

1,007,693,456
7,354,200
60,913,200
68,267,400

5,698,704,285
75,044,550
466,001,350
541,045,900

541,827,706
10,780,300
86,465,500
97,245,800

1,036,752,610
1,379,100
111,314,300
112,693,400

1,413,975,853
12,768,450
101,151,450
113,919,900

. .

100,756,480
(7,278,223)
93,478,257

PROFIT AND Loss
31 Current net income

32
33
34
35
36
37

Additions to and deductions from
current net income
Profits on sales of U S government securities
Gains on foreign exchange transactions
Other additions
Total additions
Deductions from current net income
...
Net additions to current net income'

38 Cost of reimbursed Treasury services
Assessments by Board
39 Board expenditures^
40 Cost of currency
41 Net income before payments to U.S. Treasury
42 Dividends paid
43 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on Federal
Reserve notes)
44 Transferred to surplus
45 Surplus, January 1
46 Surplus December 31

176



691

70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19871—Continued
Dollars
Atlanta

Item

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT INCOME
1
2
3
4
5

Loans
U S Treasury securities
Foreign currencies
Priced services
Other

3,712,153
3,662,935
179,483,497
2,553,425
5 393 686
700 134,754 1 858,905 221 469 887,307 240 913 926 648 680 179
46,776,722 10,668,119 11,348,418 14 772 365
. . . 31,361,478
85,444,353 29,119,192 36,598,916 42,412,464
71,662,436
1,069,584
7,919,496
2,439 365
444,395
500 175
...

.....
....

16,924 161
1 844 655
980 240 459 2 246 661 609
29,245 742
50 118,345
46,023,487
74,576,360
1 800 986
1,020 337

807,940,405 2,173,049,158 513,781,948 299,334,181 711,758,869 1,073,454,186 2,375,001,954

6 Total
( !URRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and othe*" personnel expenses
8 Retirement and other benefits2
9 Fees
10 Travel . .
1 1 Postage and other shipping costs
12 Communications
13 Materials and supplies
Building expenses
14 Taxes on real estate
15 Property depreciation
16 Utilities .
17 Rent
18 Other
19
20
21
22

53,887,408
10,448,374
623,148
1,861,872
9 242,630
1,651,193
...
4 769 580

73,649 535
15,394,091
976 388
3,395,675
8,776 070
1,490,546
5 091 460

32,102,945
6,414,115
500,330
1,190,819
4,396,562
586,949
3 035 497

27 436 918
5,255,500
640716
1,000,818
5 652 721
496,584
1 886 626

41 637 812
8,357,309
362 559
1,713,372
6 279 971
927,613
3 150 925

40,465 427
7,953 691
175 327
1,510417
4 481 368
806 229
3 045 110

70 158 305
14,507,114
1 056 680
2,978,114
12 453 799
1,445,566
4 852 187

1,278,842
1 649,157
2,016,601
617,865
1,013,412

2,480,900
1,808 035
2,677,065
2,911 715
4,107,548

480,449
866,936
1,422,359
398,798
822,664

2,602,347
1 064 887
733,701
143,503
1,282,260

1,029,840
2 157 173
1,354,972
152 408
783,115

599 533
1 263 970
997,135
1,129 148
618,536

2,272,802
5 132 109
2,587,320
154 216
1,959,250

305,469
2,182,870
9,322,316
4,882,341

292 536
7,052,171
8,251 222
6,633,033

387,783
635,296
3,363,252
1,937,139

812,904
686,756
3,786,940
2,085,310

98 812
1,471,066
4 182,929
2,175,795

153 340
4,111,571
5,585 359
2,153,482

1,762,366
3,834,786
7,717,822
4,199,798

11,524,717
3 864,194
1,083,254
(1,607,276)
(246 616)

22,891,037
6,513 840
(5,698,244)
(2,581,148)
(1 194 756)

4,346,714
1,905,369
1,198,082
(1,279,644)
(136,362)

6,083,365
2,612,926
1,612,562
(649,998)
(40 523)

7,364,904
2 329,387
724,042
(1,054,230)
(275 552)

4,968,604
2,750 690
974,987
(1,854336)
(431 031)

9,191,766
4,383,887
(148,789)
(3,277,990)
(56,607)

84,924,222

81,458,557

147,164,501

(4,762 934)
76,695,622

(12 348,461)
134,816,040

...

...

....

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals .
.
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

...

....

23 Earnings—credit costs
24 Other
25 Shared costs, ne"3
26 Recoveries
27 Expenses capitalized4

....

28 Total

120,371,351

164,918,719

29 Reimbursements
30 Net expenses

(7 657 603)
112,713,748

(12 305 001) (8 008,682)
152,613,718 56,567,370

....

.

64,576,052

65,186,823

(3 137 907) (5 285 013)
62,048,916 79,639,209

PROFIT AND Loss
695,226,657 2,020,435,439 457,214,577 237,285,265 632,119,660

31 Current net income
Additions to and deductions from
current net income
Profits on sales of U S government securities
Gains on foreign exchange transactions
Other additions
...
Total additions
Deductions from current net income . . . .
Net additions to current net income

996,758,564 2,240,185,913

1 856,554
164,189,203
54,868
166,100,625
39,828
166 060,797

4,853 276
245,381,666
11 267
250,246,209
92,749
250,153 460

1,209,895
55,932,586
11,083
57,153,564
175,233
56,978,331

629,043
59,541,139
5,188
60,175,370
75,795
60 099 575

1 664,198
77,583,909
6,370
79,254,476
68,889
79 185 587

2,488 080
153,363,541
55,163,681
211,015,302
55,112,843
155,902 459

5,802,309
263,424,435
62,111
269,288,855
52,729
269,236,126

38 Cost of reimbursed Treasury services

3 418,707

5,130 721

3,395,799

1,474,494

2 317 109

2,504 748

6,902,629

Assessments by Board
39 Board expenditures5
40 Cost of currency

7,318,500
6 603,187

10,908,600
23,647 602

2,502,800
5,146,068

2,648,900
2 479,900

3,486,500
7 246 209

6,876,700
9,829 561

11,782,600
20,421,004

32
33
34
35
36
37

....

41 Net income before payments to U.S. Treasury
42 Dividends paid
43 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on Federal
Reserve notes)
44 Transferred to surplus
...
45 Surplus January 1
46 Surplus December 31




843,947,060 2,230,901,976 503,148,242 290,781,546 698,255,429 1,133,450,013 2,470,315,807
3,462,222
3,694,052
4 897,411
16,764,254
10 391,773
15,356 719
9,863 209
821,025,637 2,205,614,207 499,441,120 285,617,694 689,209,867 1,105,796,204 2,433,220,902
1,469,800
244,900
12,529,650
9,931,050
17,790,600
20,330,650
4,148,150
251,372,000 57,774,950 61,134,850 80,653,350
157,534 150
168,259,850
270,740,350
62 604,650 84 801 500
261,303 050 58,019,850
175,324 750
180 789,500
291,071,000

177

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1987, by state
Commercial and mutual savings banks

Number maintaining branches or additional offices
Mutual
savings

Commercial

Mutual
savings

Commercial

Jurisdiction
Nonmember

Member

Total
Total

National State
14,375 14,004 4,640

United States

1,109

Total
Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

7,994

261

370

1

Nonmember

Member

Noninsured

Insured

Insured

Noninsured

Total
National State
7,399 7,073

2,404

554

4,077

38

325

1

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

225
13
55
259
511

225
12
55
259
511

53
3
15
83
172

26
0
11
6
34

146
8
24
167
281

0
1
5
3
24

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

134
11
33
177
344

134
11
33
177
344

34
3
7
73
82

12
0
6
4
23

88
7
20
100
224

0
1
0
0
15

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia . . .
Florida

500
127
50
21
427

500
65
49
21
427

232
17
17
20
166

72
0
3
0
68

159
47
26
1
180

37
1
3
0
13

0
62
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

118
93
14
16
261

118
38
13
16
261

65
10
7
15
100

10
0
0
0
32

43
28
6
1
129

0
0
0
0
0

0
55
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

359
359
26
26
, .,
23
23
1,231 1,231
349
346

55
3
6
389
102

13
0
3
72
38

290
19
14
751
204

1
4
0
19
2

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

231
19
19
581
275

231
19
19
581
273

47
2
5
223
91

3
0
3
29
26

181
15
11
327
155

0
2
0
2
1

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa
..
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana . .
Maine

598
602
331
273
42

598
602
331
273
24

103
166
79
65
7

37
20
7
6
2

457
414
244
201
14

1
2
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

291
152
246
205
38

291
152
246
205
22

62
64
67
41
7

19
6
4
5
2

210
82
175
159
12

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

96
250
315
707
129

96
109
315
707
129

26
41
92
199
28

10
1
85
32
3

59
66
136
475
97

1
1
2
1
1

0
140
0
0
0

0

83
82
268
255
104

25
35
79
102
24

10
1
75
6
2

48
46
114
147
78

0
0
0
0
0

0
125
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

83
208
268
255
104

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

603
172
433
18
90

603
172
433
18
59

99
59
115
7
20

35
42
7
1
3

462
70
306
9
33

7
1
5
1
3

0
0
0
0
31

0
0
0
0
0

341
29
116
13
68

341
29
116
13
46

66
15
46
4
20

21
4
1
I
2

254
10
69
8
23

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
22

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

148
96
301
70
178

131
96
232
70
178

67
42
104
15
41

8
6
41
1
5

51
46
57
52
130

5
2
30
2
2

17
0
69
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

120
70
209
57
79

106
70
144
57
79

61
28
80
14
26

8
4
27
1
3

37
38
33
42
50

0
0
4
0
0

14
0
65
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

306
493
58
317
29

306
493
57
307
25

139
206
8
169
5

63
21
10
23
0

102
260
35
104
7

2
6
4
11
13

0
0
1
9
4

0
0
0
0
0

226
196
40
249
15

226
196
39
241
12

115
89
7
133
5

46
7
7
14
0

65
99
25
91
5

0

0
0
8
3

0
0
0
0
0

74
74
137
137
288
288
1,785 1,785
58
58

22
24
58
957
7

3
25
9
84
12

49
88
214
731
36

0
0
7
13
3

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

52
57
214
380
37

52
57
214
380
37

18
9
52
141
6

2
10
7
14
10

32
38
154
223
21

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

,

...

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

1

1

0
3
2

1

2
0

1

0
0
0

Vermont . . .
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

32
176
102
207
563

27
176
94
207
562

12
50
23
95
119

0
93
3
24
23

14
33
64
88
413

1
0
4
0
7

5
0
8
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

26
127
81
131
276

22
127
73
131
275

10
41
19
66
62

0
62
1
16
7

12
24
53
49
205

0
0
0
0

4
0
8
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

103
19
1

103
19
1

37
1
0

17
1
0

48
12
0

1
5
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
11
0

3
11
0

1
0
0

0
1
0

2
9
0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

178



1
1

0

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1987, by state—Continued
Branches and additional offices
Class of bank

Location
Mutual
savings

Commercial banks
Jurisdiction
Member

Total

Outside head-office city

Noninsured

In
headoffice
city

Nonmember

Total

In
headoffice
county

In
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties

National

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

45,411

23,924

5,336

16,019

132

2,564

5

13,365

12,998

9,140

12,453

828
136
732
463
4,737

828
136
732
463
4,737

312
98
460
235
2,440

134
0
6
14
537

382
37
266
214
1,710

0
1
0
0
50

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

231
53
180
298
653

228
6
249
158
783

54
42
202
4
985

315
35
101
3
2,316

120
1,078
163
166
2,521

120
643
158
166
2,521

60
353
46
163
1,781

10
0
0
0
104

50
290
112
3
635

0
0
0
0
1

0
435
5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

91
211
40
166
573

13
451
81
0
755

8
222
24
0
341

8
194
18
0
852

1,258
235
278
830
1,339

1,258
235
278
830
1,336

818
11
200
347
637

64
0
13
48
110

376
221
65
428
585

0
3
0
7
4

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

370
92
36
555
608

304
66
21
220
622

203
3
51
33
71

381
74
170
22
38

552
235
789
945
459

552
235
789
945
339

119
101
296
404
124

55
7
55
44
59

378
127
438
497
155

0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
120

0
0
0
0
0

250
216
497
440
50

212
13
285
369
151

84
2
5
46
145

6
4
2
90
113

1,247
1,698
2,053
411
779

1,247
1,122
2,053
411
779

583
596
911
187
308

153
5
583
8
11

511
520
559
216
460

0
1
0
0
0

0
571
0
0
0

0
5
0
0
0

216
510
684
164
193

303
777
755
152
127

399
180
490
61
157

329
231
124
34
302

748
26
214
192
305

748
26
214
192
230

268
12
98
99
98

49
4
2
55
4

431
10
114
38
127

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

384
25
159
49
74

281
0
14
27
144

51

1

0
0
0
0
75

14
20
73

32
0
27
96
14

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

2,104
293
3,932
1,941
120

1,853
293
3,306
1,941
120

1,364
135
1,763
1,031
35

157
19
1,214
19
5

332
139
323
891
80

0
0
6
0
0

251
0
626
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

192
204
1,246
192
38

726
78
659
128
48

603
8
941
270
30

583
3
1,086
1,351
4

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,465
254
653
3,137
241

2,465
254
647
2,929
201

1,746
122
399
1,659
129

413
7
8
225
0

306
123
240
1,033
49

0
2
0
12
23

0
0
6
208
40

0
0
0
0
0

636
175
143
327
48

880
31
76
1,057
114

465
31
139
1,476
56

484
17
295
277
23

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

816
180
1,090
640
384

816
180
1,090
640
384

485
81
490
325
198

4
23
73
17
83

327
76
525
293
103

0
0
2
5
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

123
30
497
513
71

74
33
322
95
100

104
40
86
17
63

515
77
185
15
150

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

228
1,659
1,090
257
657

201
1,659
895
257
655

81
662
685
149
173

0
817
4
28
51

120
180
206
80
422

0
0
0
0
9

27
0
195
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

34
236
278
115
193

76
208
302
100
320

63
391
256
21
39

55
824
254
21
19

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

2
282
18

2
282
18

0
32
15

0
35
0

2
211
3

0
4
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
4
0

0
3
0

0
4
0

0
266
18

47,980

United States . . .
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




..

....

179

72. Changes in number of banking offices in the United States, December 31, 1987
A. Head offices
Mutual savings
banks

Commercial banks
Nonmember3

Member

Total

Item

Total

Insured3

Noninsured

Insured

Non: nsured

8,255

7,994

2614

370

1

Total

National

State2

Total

1,109

14,375

14,004

5,749

4,640

217
= 240

212
=238

101
-81

59
= 66

42
-15

111
•=157

111
-126

0
= 31

5
-2

0
0

= 532
= 278
= 833

-531
=287
-844

-274
11
-243

= 239
4
= 242

-35
7
-1

= 257
= 298
= 601

-254
30
-239

-3
-328
-362

-1
0
11

0
0
0

15,208

1 Number, December 31, 1987

14,848

5,992

4,882

1,110

8,856

8,233

623

359

I

CHANGE IN NUMBER DURFNG 1987
2 New banks5
3 Ceased banking operations
Consolidations and absorptions
4
Banks converted into branches . . . .
5
Other
6
Net change
7 Number, December 31, 1986

B. Branches and additional offices
Mutual savings
banks

Commercial banks
Nonmember

Member

Total

Item

Total
Total
1 Number, December 31, 1987

...

National

State

Total

Insured

Noninsured

Insured3

Noninsured

47,981

45,411

29,260

23,924

5,336

16,151

16,019

132

2,565

5

1,117
532
= 960
1,020

960
531
-942
945

583
274
-736
741

478
239
= 638
626

105
35
-98
115

377
257
= 206
204

370
254
= 205
168

7
3
-1
36

157
1
=18
75

0
0
0
0

CHANGE IN NUMBER DURING 1987
2
3
4
5

Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted into branches
Discontinued
Other . .

6 Net change
7 Number, December 31, 1986

180



1,709

1,494

862

705

157

632

587

45

215

0

46,272

43,917

28,398

23,219

5,179

15,519

15,432

87

2,350

5

73. Changes in offices of commercial banks, mutual savings banks, and nondeposit trust companies
during 1987, Summary, by state
July 1— December 311

January 1 — June 30

Net
Net
In opera- BeginCeasing In opera- increase, In opera- BeginCeasing In opera- increase,
tion on
or
tion on
ning
ning
tion on
or
operation tion on
July 1 operation operation Dec. 31 decrease
June 30 decrease
Jan. 1 operation

Jurisdiction

Type of
branching2

50 states and District of Columbia—Total . . .

58,523

773

1,078

58,445

-305

58,547

780

692

58,894

88

Statewide branching stutes
Limited branching status
Unit banking states

27,018
23,434
8,071

432
246
95

457
417
204

27,111
23,578
7,756

-25
-171
-109

26,847
23,595
8,105

443
231
106

252
280
160

27,067
22,354
9,473

191
-49
-54

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona .
Arkansas
California

1,025
155
776
716
5,259

23
0
13
6
56

16
2
14
5
141

1,034
153
778
111
5,186

7
-2
-1
1
-85

1,034
153
779
717
5,193

18
0
17
7
57

10
12
13
2
49

1,047
143
784
723
5,224

8
-12
4
5
8

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia . ,
Florida

588
700
200
183
2,825

10
15
3
4
78

27
8
1
0
70

582
709
210
187
2,846

-17
7
2
4
8

584
709
201
187
2,848

17
13
3
2
114

14
2
3
0
39

595
720
201
189
2,950

3
11
0
2
75

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,576
255
305
2,035
1,680

26
2
1
17
22

18
0
0
25
42

1,592
257
304
2,037
1,669

8
2
1
-8
-20

1,594
257
304
2,037
1,667

47
2
0
18
24

29
1
3
5
5

1,637
258
301
2,052
1,689

18
1
=3
13
19

s
s
s
s
s
s
s
u
u

Iowa . . . .
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

1,158
840
1,110
1,237
356

6
2
7
2
4

21
10
4
26
1

1,149
833
1,113
1,217
360

-15
-8
3
-24
3

1,149
837
1,113
1,219
360

1
4
10
6
2

14
7
3
29
0

1,143
839
1,120
1,201
363

-13
-3
7
-23
2

L
S
L
L
S

1,280
1,228
2,429
1,122
904

20
21
11
7
7

17
13
108
17
13

1,285
1,232
2,345
1,114
902

3
8
-97
-10
-6

1,292
1,231
2,349
1,115
903

44
27
7
6
12

10
20
29
28
11

1,326
1,246
2,339
1,099
911

34
7
-22
-22
1

S
S
S
L
L

1,347
195
638
212
264

17
2
2
3
9

21
3
5
8
1

1,350
195
636
209
270

=4

16
1
2
1
4

16
0
9
2
2

1,359
196
632
208
274

0
1

-3
-=5
8

1,352
195
637
209
271

L
U
S
S

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

1,956
386
3,606
1,974
299

36
1
35
40
0

26
3
77
24
2

1,975
384
3,571
1,993
297

10
=2
-42
16
-2

1,980
384
3,572
1,994
297

25
2
30
47
0

8
1
33
15
1

2,000
385
3,564
2,029
296

17
1
-3
32

L
S
S

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,796
743
693
3,161
199

33
7
15
44
2

70
21
7
16
3

2,764
740
702
3,199
191

-37
-14
8
28

2,766
741
703
3,202
191

19
0
3
40
1

20
19
5
31
2

2,768
738
703
3,219
179

-1
-19
=2
9
-1

L
L
S
L
S

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

894
311
1,349
2,377
440

12
2
20
46
2

8
5
21
116
9

902
309
1,351
2,353
440

4
-3
-1
-70
-7

903
310
1,351
2,413
440

9
7
26
39
4

19
5
14
110
3

894
308
1,366
2,407
442

-10
2
12
-71
1

S
L
L
S

222
1,805
971
446
1,188
109

4
35
21
16
6
0

0
14
8
2
9
0

226
1,832
984
458
1,194
109

4
21
13
14
-3
0

226
1,831
984
459
1,195
109

3
20
9
7
7
0

0
7
11
6
11
4

229
1,846
986
463
1,196
107

3
13
-2
1
-4
-4

S
S
S
L
L
U

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

.

..

.

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming . .




...
. . . .

,

.

.

-1
2

S
S

s

L
S
U

s
s
s

s

181

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871
A, Domestic Offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members

Total

No n members

Total

National

State

2,468,361

1,850,604

1,457,957

392,647

617,757

223,406
22,484
35,594
165,327

174,030
16,976
20,796
136,258

137,132
13,929
17,319
105,884

36,898
3,047
3,476
30,374

49,376
5,508
14,799
29,069

2,065,785

1,524,071

1,211^458

312,613

541,714

454,653

303,743

238,316

65,427

150,910

286,867
129,916
2,170
127,746
37,870

187,203
91,747
979
90,768
24,793

150,777
68,515
817
67,698
19,024

36,426
23,232
162
23,070
5,769

49,664
38,169
1,191
36,978
13,077

6,294
31,576
126,998
1,497,066
12,934
1,484,133

4,942
19,852
93,692
1,135,588
8,953
1,126,636

2,939
16,086
71,651
908^74
6,&83
901 /-91

2,003
3,766
22,041
227,214
2,070
225,145

1,353
11,724
33,307
361,478
3,981
357,497

507,309
110,452
13,216
222,976
15,876
144,790

357,302
87,391
6,294
151,959
11,740
99,917

302,176
71,650
5 S <32
129,758
10,131
85,406

55,026
15,742
963
22,201
1,609
14,512

150,007
23,060
6,921
71,017
4,136
44,872

37,211
28,760
467,670
2,314

33,001
15,373
368,315
1,499

24,934
12.575
284,508
1,248

8,066
2,398
83,807
151

4,210
13,387
99,355
815

301,660

228,374

186,808

41,566

73,285

57,478
2,569
54,908
71,621
23,044
30,860
40,294
148,311

46,990
1,626
45,364
64,319
20,416
29,893
36,012
122,610

35,163
1,380
33,183
44,175
16,187
20,908
26,901
88,459

11,828
246
11,582
20,144
4,229
8,985
9,111
34,151

10,488
944
9,544
7,302
2,629
967
4,282
25,701

38 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,468,361

1,850,604

1,457,957

392,647

617,757

39 Total liabilities3

2,285,576

1,716,054

1,353,455

362,599

569,532

40 Total deposits
41 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
42 U.S. government
43 States and political subdivisions in the United States
44 Commercial banks in the United States
45 Other depository institutions in the United States
46 Certified and official checks
47 All other

1,872,837
1,677,764
4,179
102,232
50,120
8,947
19,449
10,147

1,344,607
1,198,315
3,165
67,072
44,879
6,542
15,312
9,322

1,078,714
966,817
2,736
56,101
33,668
4,902
10,076
4,417

265,893
231,498
429
10,971
11,211
1,640
5,236
4,905

528,229
479,449
1,014
35,160
5,241
2,405
4,136
825

48 Total transaction accounts
49 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
50 U.S. government
51 States and political subdivisions in the United States
52 Commercial banks in the United States
53 Other depository institutions in the United States
54 Certified and official checks
55 All other

607,507
514,583
2,872
21,724
34,111
6,326
19,449
8,441

459,322
381,116
2,175
14,614
32,576
5,391
15,312
8,136

359,554
303,958
1,837
11.896
24.055
3,918
10,076
3,813

99,768
77,158
338
2,718
8,521
1,473
5,236
4,323

148,185
133,467
697
7,110
1,535
935
4,136
305

433,243
349,653
2,813
12,476
34,105
6,305
19,449
8,438

341,539
268,653
2,129
9,356
32,571
5,378
15,312
8,135

261,014
209,752
1,794
7,619
24,051
3,908
10,076
3,812

80,525
58,901
335
1,738
8,521
1,470
5,236
4,322

91,704
81,000
684
3,120
1,534

1 Total assets2
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
4 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks
5 Other
6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables (net of unearned
income)
7 Total securities, book value
8 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . . .
10
Taxable
11
Tax-exempt
,
12 Other securities
13
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
14
All other
15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
16 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
17 LESS: Unearned income on loans
18 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
19 Loans secured by real estate
20 Construction and land development
21 Farmland
22 1-4 family residential properties
23 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
24 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

.

Loans to depository institutions
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States .
.
.
Nonrated industrial development obligation
Other obligations (excluding securities)
All other loans
Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs. . .
Remaining assets

56 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
57 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
58 U.S. government
59 States and political subdivisions in the United States
60 Commercial banks in the United States
61 Other depository institutions in the United States
62 Certified and official checks
63 All other

182



.

..

927

4,136
303

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members

Total
Total

MEMO
79 Assets held in tracing accounts^
80 U S Treasury securities
81 U S government agency corporation obligations
82 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
83 Other bonds notes and debentures
84 Certificates of deposit
85 Commercial paj>er
86 Bankers acceptances
87 Other
88 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
89 Total brokered deposits
90 Total brokered retail deposits
91 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
..
92 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in Chares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account tim<3 deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly average
100 Total loans
.
101 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
102
103
104
105

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits

106 Number of banks




,

1,265,329
1,163,181
1,307
80,508
16,009
2,622
1,706
243,138
5,771
60,608
31,870
2,563
10,549
68,789

885,285
817,199
990
52,458
12,304
1,151
1,186
220,519
5,146
53,841
30,904
1,378
9,792
59,659

719,160
662,859
899
44,205
9,613
984
604
166,353
3,654
36,481
21,883
1,221
8,579
45,149

166,125
154,340
91
8,253
2,691
167
582
54,166
1,492
17,360
9,021
157
1,213
14,510

380,044
345,982
317
28,050
3,706
1,470
520
22,619
624
6,767
966
1,186
757
9,130

134,549

104,501

30,048

48,236

24,421
11,307
3,670
3,520
433
1,413
129
2,158
841

23,830
11,272
3,628
3,491
431
1,413
129
2,115
831

14,442
6,118
2,150
2,267
280
1,161
129
1,258
598

9,388
5,154
1,478
1,224
151
252
0
857
233

591
35
42
29
2
0
0
43
10

75,609
27,852
7,803
2,516

52,853
22,894
6,027
1,459

43,653
19,611
5,098
1,382

9,200
3,282
929
77

22,756
4,959
1,776
1,056

5,287

4,567

3,715

852

720

370,902
167,014
425,281
268,698
33,434
164,660
1,439,594

Other depository institutions in the United States
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
•. . . .
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

78 Total equity capital4

93
94
95
96
97
98
99

Nonmembers
State

182,785

64 Tots! nontransaction accounts
65 Individuals partnerships and corporations
66 U S government
67 States and political subdivisions in the United States
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

National

271,675
117,319
272,621
194,752
28,918
111,246
1,003,068

220,035
91,901
229,211
159,045
18,966
92,797
817,700

51,639
25,418
43,409
35,707
9,952
18,449
185,368

99,227
49,695
152,661
73,946
4,516
53,415
436,526

1,462,851

1,110,653

888,834

221,818

352,198

196,931

140,002

110,540

29,462

56,929

372,140
160,645
266,805
460,899

272,931
112,100
193,924
301,832

221,641
88,235
159,323
248,691

51,290
23,864
34,601
53,141

99,210
48,546
72,881
159,066

13,895

5,844

4,752

1,092

8,051

183

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report cf condition, Q2
Item

Members

Total

Non tr embers

Total

Total loans, gross, by category
19 Loans secured by real estate
20 Construction and land development
21 Farmland
22
1=4 family residential properties
23 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
24 Nonfarm nonresident! al properties
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

,.

Loans to depository institutions
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
....
Acceptances of other banks . . .
.
.
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
,
Nonrated industrial development obligations
Other obligations (excluding securities)
All other loans
Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding .
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining assets
. . .
.

38 Total liabilities and equity capital
39 Total liabilities

3

.

.

40 Total deposits
.,
41 Individuals partnerships and corporations
42 U.S government
.
43 States and political subdivisions in the United States
44 Commercial banks in the United States
45 Other depository institutions in the United States
46 Certified and official checks
47 All other
48 Total transaction accounts
49 Individuals partnerships and corporations
50 U S government
51 States and political subdivisions in the United States
52 Commercial banks in the United States
53 Other depository institutions in the United States
54 Certified and official checks
55 All other
56 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
57 Individuals partnerships, and corporations
58 U S government
.
59 States and political subdivisions in the United States
60 Commercial banks in the United States
61 Other depository institutions in the United States
62 Certified and official checks
63 All other

184



.

...

...

...

48,749
5,813
14,724
28,212

1,560,052

1,243,308

316,744

552,249

460,364

308,274

243,1*16

65,088

152,090

292,788
125,818
1,737
124,081
41,757

191,313
89,250
889
88,361
27,711

154,418
67,034
7:4
66,301
21,^4

36,885
22,216
155
22,060
5,987

101,476
36,568
848
35,719
14,047

6,583
35,174
132,807
1,532,022
12,893
1,519,130

4,971
22,739
101,253
1,159,438
8,913
1,150,525

3,116
18,6C8
76,325
930,664
923,757

1,856
4,131
24,928
228,773
2,045
226,728

1,612
12,435
31,554
372,584
3,980
368,604

533,206
113,590
13,796
235,542
16,575
153,704

375,799
89,923
6,516
160,273
12,268
106,819

317,9C6
73,714
5,496
136,459
10,648
91,589

57,892
16,209
1,019
23,814
1,620
15,230

157,408
23 ,,667
7,280
75.269
4,307
46,885

36,822
30,396
469,983
2,972

32,670
16,058
370,358
1,875

24,316
13,594
288,742
1,682

8,354
2,463
81,616
193

4.152
14,338
99,625
1,097

305,916

230,125

187,795

42,330

75,790

55,104
2,124
52,981
73,998
23,626
29,809
39,310
132,987

45,057
1,438
43,619
66,495
21,002
28,933
36,151
108,486

33,8.18
1,262
32,556
46,013
16,797
19,758
27,852
76,805

11,239
176
11,063
20,482
4,204
9,175
8,299
31,680

10,048
686
9,362
7,503
2,624
876
3,159
24,501

1,865,670

1,471,731

393,939

626,375

1,742,869

1,375,163

367,701

577,357

1,896,414
1,699,881
6,062
103,798
46,850
9,511
19,605
10,711

. ...
.

626,375

36,340
3,191
3,427
29,721

2,320,226

17 LESS* Unearned income on loans
18 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

393,939

13U39
14,940
16,376
100,.M

2,492,045

7 Total securities book value
8 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . . .
10
Taxable securities
11
Tax-exempt securities
..
12 Other securities
. . . .
.
13
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
14
All other
15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

1,471,731

168,199
18,131
19,804
130,264

2,112,301

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables (net of unearned
income)

1,865,670

216,948
23,944
34,528
158,476

2 Cash and balances clue from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
4 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks
5 Other

State

2,492,045

1 Total assets2

National

1,365,438
1,217,433
4,780
69,310
41,736
7,269
15,154
9,761

1,096,984
982,185
4 T 131
58,00>
32,174
5,593
10,053
4,840

268,454
235,246
649
11,305
9,562
1,671
5,101
4,921

530,975
482,448
1,282
34,489
5,114
2,242
4,4511
950

618,676
521,840
4,506
25,240
32,282
6,274
19,605
8,928

467,043
386,207
3,559
17,475
30,684
5,363
15,154
8,600

365,02:5
306,333
2,997
14,096
23,424
3,890
10,053
4,229

102,019
79,875
562
3,379
7,260
1,472
5,101
4,371

151,633
135,632
947
7,765
1,598
911
4,451
328

444,363
358,054
4,456
14,795
32,277
6,249
19,605
8,924

349,080
274,477
3,522
11,302
30,680
5,345
15,154
8,597

266,139
212,610
2,963
9,039
23,42:
3,874
10,053
4,226

82,891
61,867
559
2,263
7,260
1,472
5,101
4,371

95,283
83,577
934
3,493
1 ,597
904.
4,451
327

6,&:O

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item

Members

Total
Total
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
.
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
100 Total loans
..
101 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthori/ed transfer accounts)
102
103
104
105

Nontrans action accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
All other time deposits

106 Number of banks




•

1,277,738
1,178,042
1,556
78,559
14,567
3,238
1,783
223,623
26,269
61,098
30,679
2}534
14,098
79,609

898,395
831,225
1,221
51,835
11,052
1,907
1,161
201,317
23,818
53,172
29,801
1,359
10,944
67,964

731,960
675,854
1,134
43,909
8,750
1,708
611
155,771
17,722
36,858
20,607
1,220
8,204
46,006

166,436
155,372
87
7,926
2,302
199
550
45,547
6,096
16,314
9,194
140
2,740
21,957

379,342
346,816
334
26,724
3,515
1,331
622
22,306
2,451
7,927
878
1,175
3,155
11,645

122,801

96,563

26,238

49,018

21,305
9,155
4,609
3,017
490
690
135
1,957
703

20,917
9,116
4,600
3,008
490
670
135
1,923
692

12,346
4,687
2,344
2,236
295
587
132
1,278
523

8,571
4,429
2,255
772
195
83
3
645
169

388
39
9
9
0
20
0
34
11

79,888
29,110
7,679
2,710

56,039
23,833
5,759
1,413

46,316
20,042
4,645
1,255

9,724
3,791
1,115
158

23,849
5,278
1,919
1,297

4,969

4,346

3,389

957

622

359,161
175,092
434,009
275,876
33,599
165,003
1,452,050

MEMO
Assets held in trading accounts5
U S Treasury securities
..
U S government agency corporation obligations
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
Other bonds notes and debentures
Certificates of deposit
Commercial paper
Bankers acceptances
Other

88 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
89 Total brokered deposits
90 Total brokered retail deposits
•
91
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
92
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

Nonmembers
State

171,819

Total nontransac tion accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial hanks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

78 Total equity capital4
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

National

264,037
123,214
279,630
202,418
29,096
111,677
1,016,358

214,003
96,848
234,894
166,519
19,696
93,006
830,795

50,034
26,366
44,736
35,900
9,400
18,670
185,563

95,124
51,878
154,379
73,457
4,503
53,327
435,692

1,487,040

1,126,072

900,599

225,473

360,968

177,193

121,017

99,112

21,905

56,176

363,239
174,113
272,795
461,827

266,877
122,552
199,661
303,571

216,706
97,001
163,798
249,554

50,172
25,551
35,863
54,017

96,362
51,561
73,135
158,255

13,789

5,790

4,693

1,097

7,999

185

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members

Total

Nonmumbers

Total

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Currency and coin
4
Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks
5
Other

7 Total securities book value
8
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . . .
10
Taxable securities
11
Tax-exempt securities
12 Other securities
..
13
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
.
14
All other
15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
16 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
17 LESS; Unearned income on loans
18 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
19 Loans secured by real estate . . . .
20 Construction and land development
21 Farmland
22
1-4 family residential properties
23 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
24 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

,
....
....

Loans to depository institutions
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans .
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper) . .
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
Nonrated industrial development obligations
Other obligations (excluding securities)
All other loans .
Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining assets . . . . . . . .

1,474,81:2

401,805

629,903

156,250
18,498
19,112
118,640

121,201
15,250
15,433
90,467

35,050
3,248
3,629
28,173

46,340
5,904
13,366
27,070

2,144,771

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables (net of unearned
income)

1,876,616

202,590
24,402
32,478
145,710

,..,

State

2,506,519

1 Total assets2

National

1,587,952

1,261,02'?

326,926

556,818

469,347

316,383

249,57;;

66,808

152,%3-

301,945
121,837
1,731
120,106
45,566

198,812
86,671
965
85,706
30,900

160,436
64,642
8CK
63,338
24,497

38,376
22,029
162
21,868
6,403

103,132
35,166
766
34,400
14,665

7,232
38,333
130,131
1,558,135
12,842
1,545,293

5,521
25,379
101,338
1,179,140
8,909
1,170,231

3,441
21,050
74,615
943,674.
6,837
936,83"

2,080
4,323
26,723
235,466
2,072
233,394

1,711
12,954
28,793
378,995
3,933
375,062

552,156
116,830
14,118
245,205
16,783
159,220

388,962
92,421
6,647
166,958
12,342
110,593

328,925
75,731
5,62C
141,802
10,696
95,076

60,037
16,689
1,028
25,157
1,646
15,517

163,194
24,409
7,471
78,247
4,441
48,627

36,846
30,641
467,615
2,996

32,641
16,253
368,706
1,869

23,835
13,744
286,476
1,646

8,806
2,509
82,230
223

4,205
14,388
98,909
1,127

312,302

235,319

191,522

43,797

76,983

54,014
1,798
52,216
77,057
24,509
27,777
35,070
131,381

44,112
1,210
42,901
69,604
21,675
26,854
31,570
105,559

33,170
1,050
32,120
47,052
17,304
19,294
23,482
73,291

10,942
160
10,782
22,553
4,371
7,561
8,087
32,269

9,902
587
9,315
7,453
2,834
923
3,501
25,822

38 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,506,519

1,876,616

1,474,812

401,805

629,903

39 Total liabilities3

2,328,971

1,749,086

1,375,118

373,%8

579,885

40 Total deposits
41 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
.
.... . . .
42 U . S government .
43
States and political subdivisions in the United States
44
Commercial banks in the United States
45
Other depository institutions in the United States
46
Certified and official checks
47
All other

1,886,084
1,695,721
6,870
100,567
45,330
8,892
18,561
10,147

1,355,751
1,212,351
5,482
66,925
40,628
6,440
14,587
9,339

1,087,193
978,489
4,546
55,772
29,818
4,608
9,199
4,765

268,558
233,862
937
11,153
10,810
1,832
5,388
4,574

530,333
483,369
1,388
33,642
4,702
2,4.51
3,973
808

48 Total transaction accounts
49
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
SO U.S. government
51
States and political subdivisions in the United States
52
Commercial banks in the United States
53
Other depository institutions in the United States
54 Certified and official checks . .
5 5 A l l other . . .

599,996
508,644
5,361
23,193
30,029
5,758
18,561
8,449

452,989
376,297
4,325
16,011
28,564
4,995
14,587
8,209

352,412
298,849
3,490
13,059
20,297
3,369
9,199
4,151

100,577
77,448
835
2,952
8,267
1,626
5,388
4,059

147,007
132,347
1,036
7,182
1,465
763
3,973
240

56 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
57
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
58 U S government
59
States and political subdivisions in the United States
60 Commercial banks in the United States
61
Other depository institutions in the United States
.
62 Certified and official checks
63
All other

424,890
343,315
5,314
13,485
30,026
5,745
18,561
8,442

334,564
263,691
4,292
10,237
28,563
4,990
14,587
8,202

253,296
204,480
3,462
8,345
20,296
3,364
9,199
4,145

81,269
59,211
830
1,892
8,267
1,626
5,388
4,056

90,326
79,624
1,022
3,248
1,463
755
3,973
240

186



74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members

Total
Total
....
..

Commercial blinks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States .
All other
.
.
....
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
...
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
...
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits . . . .
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities
..

78 Total equity capital4
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

MEMO
Assets held in truding accounts5
....
U S Treasury securities
U S government agency corporation obligations .
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
Other bonds notes and debentures
..
Certificates of deposit
.
Commercial piper
Bankers acceptances
..
Other

88 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
89 Total brokered deposits
.
90 Total brokered retail deposits . . .
,
91 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
92 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
..
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more . .
All NOW accounts (including *' Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits
...

Quarterly averages
100 Total loans
.
.
101 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
102
103
104
105

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
.
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits

106 Number of banks




Nonmembers
State

.

1,286,088
1,187,077
1,509
77,374
15,300
3,134
1,697
233,484
27,346
62,310
28,628
2,389
18,017
88,730

902,762
836,055
1,158
50,915
12,064
1,446
1,130
208,398
24,816
53,143
27,706
1,304
16,630
77,969

734,781
679,641
1,056
42,713
9,521
1,240
614
160,001
19,827
38,522
20,107
1,168
9,840
48,300

167,982
156,414
102
8,201
2,543
206
516
48,397
4,988
14,620
7,599
136
6,790
29,669

383,326
351,023
352
26,460
3,236
1,688
567
25,087
2,530
9,167
923
1,085
1,387
10,761

177,548

64 Total nontransaction accounts
65 Individuals partnerships and corporations
66 U S government
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

National

127,530

99,694

27,836

50,017

19,779
9,735
4,285
2,440
182
385
46
1,371
874

19,467
9,704
4,284
2,426
181
381
46
1,363
863

11,723
4,801
3,030
1,710
96
345
46
880
608

7,743
4,903
1,254
715
85
36
0
483
255

313
32
1
14
1
4
0
8
11

81,068
29,736
7,949
3,797

56,811
24,454
6,136
2,462

46,938
20,556
5,184
2,277

9,873
3,898
952
184

24,257
5,282
1,813
1,336

4,151

3,674

2,907

768

477

352,226
175,275
44,308
281,573
32,707
166,081
1,461,194

258,832
122,941
286,414
206,516
28,059
112,308
1,021,187

210,510
96,612
240,267
168,454
18,937
93,500
833,898

48,322
26,330
46,147
38,061
9,121
18,808
187,289

93,394
52,333
157,894
75,057
4,648
53,773
440,007

1,500,401

1,132,484

909,558

222,926

367,917

176,910

120,427

99,248

21,179

56,483

355,384
176,169
277,643
471,741

261,300
123,918
203,595
310,498

212,613
97,896
166,540
255,643

48,687
26,021
37,055
54,856

94,084
52,251
74,048
161,243

13,687

5,747

4,649

1,098

7,940

187

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report 0f condition, Q4
Item

Members

Total

Nonmsmbers
Total

Nation a

State

2,563,509

1,920,847

1,522,006

398,842

642,662

224,573
24,807
34,401
165,364

172,992
19,188
19,188
134,616

137,040
15,910
16,050
105,079

35,953
3,278
3,138
29,537

51,581
5,619
15,214
30,748

2,184,384

1,619,038

1,296,683

322,955

479,094

324,924

255,3^9

69,526

154,170

309,501
118,279
1,918
116,360
51,314

205,186
84,423
1,079
83,344
35,316

164,474
63,157
855
62,301
27,76S

40,711
21,266
224
21,042
7,548

104,3 16
33,856
839
33,017
15,99')

8,084
43,230
128,457
1,589,430
12,598
1,576,833

6,166
29,149
97,919
1,204,988
8,794
1,196,194

3,542
24,2£5
76,003
971,457
6,773
964,6$I

2,624
4,924
21,916
233,531
2,018
231,513

1,918
14,081
30,538
384,442
3,804
380,638

Total loans, gross, by category
19 Loans secured by real estate
20 Construction and land development
21 Farmland
22
1=4 family residential properties
23 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
24
Nonfarm nonresidenttal properties

574,114
119,508
14,455
256,090
17,739
166,322

406,167
95,232
6,857
174,771
13,216
116,091

343,643
78,453
5,807
148,010
11,513
99,864

62,519
16,779
1,050
26,760
1,702
16,227

167,947
24,276
7,597
81,319
4,524
50,231

25
26
27
28
29

36,833
29,041
478,242
4,577

32,567
15,716
378,006
2,804

24,80:5
13,31:5
295,30':
2,44:

7,762
2,391
82,705
363

4,266
13,324
100,236
1,773

318,199

241,064

196,720

44,345

77,135

51,752
1,374
50,378
70,304
26,368
29,577
40,357
124,975

42,273
817
41,456
63,024
23,366
28,359
36,927
100,458

31,6(3
613
30,950
44,73:
20,359
25,583
68,535

18,8^;

10,660
133
10,527
18,304
4,483
8,000
11,344
31,934

9,478
557
8,921
7,2HC
3,002
1,218
3,430
24,317

38 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,563,509

1,920,847

l,522,OQ(i

398,842

642,662

39 Total liabilities3

2,385,430

1,792,698

1,421,761

370,937

592,731

40 Total deposits
41 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .
42 U S government
..
43
States and political subdivisions in the United States
44
Commercial banks in the United States
45
Other depository institutions in the United States
46
Certified and official checks
47
All other

1,954,250
1,761,326
5,723
104,512
45,981
8,061
18,558
10,089

1,409,152
1,265,218
4,369
69,562
40,685
6,159
14,020
9,139

1, 133,635
3,752
58,032
30,858
4,599
10,091
4,912

275,524
243,840
616
11,530
9,827
1,559
3,923
4,227

545,097
496,; 08
1 ,353
34,950
5,297
1,902
4,538
949

48 Total transaction accounts
..
49 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .
50
U.S. government
51 States and political subdivisions in the United States
52
Commercial banks in the United States
..
53
Other depository institutions in the United States
54
Certified and official checks
55
All other

. . .

638,836
545,667
4,081
26,606
29,774
5,798
18,558
8,352

481,602
404,852
3,069
18,653
28,130
4,955
14,020
7,923

379,267
322,242
2,565
15,283
21,216
3,579
10,097
4,2i6

102,335
82,610
503
3,370
6,915
1,376
3,923
3,638

157,234
140,815
1,012
7,953
1 ,644
£43
4,538
429

56 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
57
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . .
58 U.S. government
..
....
59
States and political subdivisions in the United States
60
Commercial banks in the United States
61
Other depository institutions in the United States
62
Certified and official checks
63
All other

452,059
370,008
4,013
15,573
29,773
5,784
18,558
8,350

354,574
284,509
3,023
12,023
28,130
4,948
14,020
7,922

272,886
221,392
2,526
9,790
21,215
3,573
10,097
4,285

81,689
63,118
497
2,224
6,915
1,375
3,923
3,636

97,484
85,499
990
3,550
1,643
836
4,538
428

1 Total assets2.
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
.
..
4
Non interest-bearing balances due from commercial banks
5
Other

. . .

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables (net of unearned
income)
7 Total securities book value
8
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . . .
10
Taxable securities .
..
11
Tax-exempt securities
12 Other securities
. .
..
13
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
14
All other
. ..
15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
16 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
17 LESS: Unearned income on loans
,
18 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

Loans to depository institutions
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
...
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
Nonrated industrial development obligations
Other obligations (excluding securities)
All other loans
..
. . .
Lease financing receivables
Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining assets

188



1,021,37;

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
A. Domestic Offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Members

Total
Total
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
79 Assets held in trading accounts5
80 U S Treasury securities
81 U S government agency corporation obligations
82 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
83 Other bonds notes and debentures
84 Certificates of deposit
..
85 Commercial poper
86 Bankers acceptances
87 Other . . .
.
88 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
89 Total brokered deposits
,.
90 Total brokered retail deposits
91 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
92 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
.
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

....

Quarterly averages
100 Total loans
....
101 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorizcd transfer accounts)
.
102
103
104
105

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
.
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits

106 Number of banks




Nonmembers
State

1,315,413
1,215,659
1,642
77,906
16,207
2,263
1,736
233,876
17,544
67,274
30,505
2,654
21,191
79,327

927,550
860,366
1,301
50,909
12,555
1,204
1,216
211,446
15,765
58,268
29,286
1,433
18,000
67,348

754,362
699,136
1,188
42,749
9,643
1,020
626
163,331
12,921
43,931
21,249
1,302
13,793
45,399

173,188
161,230
113
8,160
2,912
184
590
48,115
2,844
14,337
8,037
131
4,207
21,949

387,863
355,293
341
26,997
3,653
1,059
520
22,430
1,779
9,006
1,218
1,221
3,191
11,979

178,079

Tot 3! nontrans action accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
,
..
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
....
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

78 Total equity capital4

93
94
95
96
97
98
99

National

128,149

100,245

27,904

49,931

17,951
8,806
3,088
2,443
193
646
75
1,674
802

17,708
8,785
3,088
2,435
193
631
75
1,630
796

10,166
4,313
1,797
1,648
73
562
75
1,233
397

7,542
4,472
1,291
787
120
69
0
398
399

242
21
0
7
0
15
0
44
6

83,174
32,825
10,220
3,553

58,634
26,921
7,311
2,228

48,520
22,271
6,313
2,051

10,114
4,650
998
111

25,540
5,904
2,909
1,326

6,667

5,083

4,262

821

1,584

349,071
174,702
461,262
297,912
32,467
177,628
1,502,191

257,830
122,651
299,149
220,365
27,556
120,758
1,054,578

209,298
96,039
251,157
179,283
18,584
100,629
860,743

48,532
26,611
47,992
41,081
8,972
20,129
193,835

91,241
52,051
162,113
77,547
4,911
56,870
447,613

1,528,061

1,155,806

929,226

226,580

372,255

181,963

124,494

102,513

21,981

57,470

349,665
175,457
290,583
486,599

258,211
122,845
215,080
321,985

210,087
96,982
175,229
265,639

48,124
25,863
39,851
56,346

91,454
52,612
75,503
164,614

13,516

5,663

4,572

1,091

7,853

189

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871
B. Domestic and foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Total

Banks with foreign offices6
Total

2

1 Total assets

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection unposted debits and currency
4 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5 Currency and coin
6 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
8 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United States (included
in balances due from depository institutions in the U S )
10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net
1 1 Total securities book value
12 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation obligations . . .
13
U S Treasury securities
14
US. government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of participation
in pools of residential mortgages
16
All other
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
18
Taxable securities
19
Tax-exempt securities .
20 Other securities
.
...
21
Other domestic securities
22
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages . . .
23
All other
24
Foreign securities
.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
LESS* Unearned income on loans
Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
LESS* Allowance for loan and lease losses .
LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserves
EQUALS' Total loans and leases net
. . .

Total loans, gross, by category
32 Loans secured by real estate
33 Construction and land development
34 Farmland
35
1=4 family residential properties
36 Multi family (5 or more) residential properties
37 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
38 Loans to depository institutions
39 To commercial banks in the United States
40 To other depository institutions in the United States
41 To banks in foreign countries

Banks with domestic
offices only"

Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

2,854,973 1,658,818

437,454

1,272,207

787,964

408,190

239,943
79,405
n.a.
n.a.
34,989
100,977
24,571

119,162
1,682
n.a.
n.a.
20,595
96,778
107

120,781
77,723
67,061
10,622
14,394
4,199
24,465

66,915
26,163
18,223
7,941
23,141
5,887
11,724

35,710

9,387

14,064

12,144

342,568

n.a,

1r

n.a.

2,290,114 1,247,617

n.a.

t

n.a.

1

n.a.

n.a.

687,912

354,586

481,226
216,961
n.a.
n.a.

192,091
99,661
60,263
39,399

26,573
657
495
162

165,518
99,004
59,768
39,237

171,166
105,147
63,875
41,272

117,969
12,152
n.a.
n.a.

59,117
n.a.
130,717
2,170
128,547
62,986
n.a.

30,518
8,881
53,822
248
53,574
38,608
12,760

129
33
801
0
801
25,115
881

30,389
8,848
53,021
248
52,773
13,492
11,879

16,446
24,826
49,355
907
48,44?
16,664
16,327

12,152
n.u.
27,540
1,014
26,526
7,714

6,294
30,506
n.a.

3,326
9,434
25,848

0
881
24,234

3,326
8,553
1,613

2,011
14,315
337

957
6,757

127,232
52,467
1,725,937 1,028,111
15,165
6,733
1,710,772 1,021,377
29,008
18,213
107
106
1,681,656 1,003,059

233
228,871
2,231
226,638
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

52,234
799,240
4,502
794,739
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

43,407
486,576
5,779
480,797
7,458
0
473,339

31,358
211,249
2,653
208,597
3,337

16,727

184,488
28,969
3,685
85,862
5,677
60,295
6,262
5,169
792
301

91,898
7,681
8,048
49,951
1,934
24,284
806
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

524,036

247,650

t
n.a.

t
n.a.

67,293
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

60,224
22,157
4,635
33,433

30,082
1,161
222
28,700

230,923
73,802
1,482
87,163
8,265
60,211
30,142
20,996
4,414
4,733

t
n.a.

205,259

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
To U.S. addressees (domicile)
To non-U S addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
U S . banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50 Credit cards and related plans . . .
51 Other (includes single payment and installment)

29,151
581,472
n.a.
n.a.
2,688
n.a.
n.a.

5,328
404,886
303,077
101,809
1,015
289
725

391
113,802
15,886
97,917
375
23
352

4,937
291,084
287,191
3,892
640
267
374

6,310
128,004
127,392
612
922
n.a.
n.a.

17,513
48,583
n.a.
n.a.
751
n.a.
a. a.

313,506
78,702
234,803

140,321
42,492
97,829

11,846
n.a.
n.a.

128,474
n.a.
n.a.

127,282
34,264
93,018

45,903
1,947
43,956

52 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S
53 Nonrated industrial development obligations
54 Other obligations (excluding securities)
55 All other loans
.....
56 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
57 Other loans
58
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
59
All other loans

58,075
2,569
55,505
122,076
n.a.
n.a.
na
n.a.

36,189
452
35,737
109,419
39,160
70,260
n.a.
n.a.

597
0
597
50,456
35,986
14,470
n.a.
n.a.

35,592
452
35,140
58,963
3,173
55,790
15,613
40,177

19,242
1,844
17,398
10,056
240
9,815
2,018
7,797

2,644
273
2,370
2,602
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

27,639
43,024
42,708
9,742
2,531
40,817
n.a.
4,073
79,396

23,078
41,593
21,774
3,916
1,861
40,347
n.a.
2,705
59,064

4,594
18,603

18,484
22,990
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
40,294
n.a.
n.a.

4,011
1,035
13,586
3,155
621
449
n.a.
1,215
13,077

550
396
7,348
2,671
49
22
;n.a.
153
7,255

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
. .
Other assets . .

190



n.a.

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
B, Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Banks with foreign offices6

Item
Total

Total

70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
§2
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
Ill
112
113
1 14
1 15
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

129
130
131
132
133
134
135

Total liabilities3
Limited-life prei erred stock
....
Total deposits
,
Individuals partnerships and corporations
.
..
U S governmert
....
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial barks in the United States
Other depositor*/ institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
....
.
....
Certified and official checks
8
All other
Total transaction accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
U S government
..
.
....
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and olficial checks
All other
Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other
Total nontransaction accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
.
..
....
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
.
. . .
Commercial banks in the United States
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks . . .
..
....
Other commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries .
Foreign branches of other U S banks
.
...
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
.
...
...
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
..
...
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
All other liabilities
. .
..
. .
Total equity capital4
MEMO
Holdings of comnercial paper included in total loans, gross . . . .
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits .
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
...
...
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the broker
in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more . . .
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Foreign

n . a.

n. a.

^
2 3,075
ti

3 3,905
12,461
ji

n a

i
24 5,619
n.
9 ",959
4(3,993
17,158
n .a.
6 7,590
18 3,170

j

n. a.

i

Over 100

Under 100

n.a.

787,964

408,190

436 ,988
n .a.
331 ,796
184 059

1,180,351
n.a.
851,423
750,876
2,048
35,804
36,526
4,589
7,943
1,801
11,834

731,922
15
656,504
594,489
1,499
40,255
11,806
3,048
192
174
5,044

31*1, '5 18
252,313
1,366
6,837
26,766
4,061
7,245
1,094
11,834

197,031
173,706
1,042
8,435
6,936
1,779
81
8
5,044

249,336
191,505
1,362
5,471
26,766
4,060
7,245
1,092
11,834

128,945
109,540
1,004
4,565
6,931
1,769
81
7
5,044

539^904
498,563
683
28,967
9,760
884
8,876
527
698
11
687
707

459,473
420,783
457
31,820
4,870
717
4,153
1,270
111
88
23
166

4^315
42,923
31,404
n.a.
10,549
n.a.
n.a.

44,412
1,241
16,908
445
2,200
n.a.
10,213
56,026

373,303
1
364,910
332,399
632
26,173
1,788
1,310
n.a.
n.a.
2,571
37
98,958
88,563
464
6,452
409
486
n.a.
n.a.
2,571
13
54,962
48,608
446
2,440
408
476
n.a.
n.a.
2,571
13
265,952
243,836
168
19,721
1,379
n.a.
n.a.
825
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
24
2,806
215
111
21
364
n.a.
4,210
34,886

434
30,196
23,615
5,259
977

1,097
30,163
3,627
2,084
1,151

n.a.
15,250
611
460
388

933

73

175,087
67,867
127,778
141,468
27,704
57,940
602,087

136,438
65,623
169
84,131
4,150
64,780
527,559

59,376
33,524
128,372
43,100
1,580
41,941
309,948

472,859
18,889

206,357
n.a.

82,974

.1

Domestic

783,635
36,178

2,67 1,722
81
2,20 1,632

1,65 3,81$
1,56 5,497
64
1,18 3,218

n .a.

4,282

2,85 4,973

69 Total liabilities limited -life preferred stock and equity capital

69,608

44,349

175,918
63,446
140,257
154,781
n.a.

136,959
64,349
83,697
175,255
2,378

59,264
32,850
42,851
130,863
11,261

1\

n. a.
29 ,104
627
118 ,006
*t

n. a.

i

19<5,401
n. a.
7<1,274
4(3,527
1<1,594
n .a.
5 3,167
9 ?,257

481
n. a.
31 351
9 ,123
n .a.
n .a.
n .a.
n .a.

1,896

1 463
jL

jL

....

n. a.

n. a.

n. a.

Quarterly averages
136 Total loans
137 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United States .
138 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
..
..
Nontransaction accounts
139
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
140 Other savings deposits
141
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
142
All other time deposits
143 Number of banks




.

Banks with domestic
offices only7

.

\f
1 3,895

if
256

i

191

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
B, Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Banks with foreign offices6

Item

Total
Total

2

2,869,992 1,664,274

1 Total assets

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection unposted debits and currency
4 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5 Currency and coin
..
6 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
8 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
..

338,994
...
...

n.a.
...

MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United States (included
in balances due from depository institutions in the U S )

1 1 Total securities book value
.
...
....
...
12 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation obligations . . .
13
U S Treasury securities
.
..
14
U S government a&ency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of participation
in pools of residential mortgages
,,..'..
16
All other
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
18
Taxable securities
19
Tax-exempt securities .
20 Other securities
..
...
21
Other domestic securities
.
22
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
,
.
23
All other
. .
24
Foreign securities .
.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
LESS* Unearned income on loans
...
...
Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
LESS* Allowance for loan and lease losses
.
..
LESS* Allocated transfer risk reserves
EQUALS* Total loans and leases net
.
.

32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate . .
.
Construction and land development
Farmland .
....
1—4 family residential properties
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Loans to depository institutions .
To commercial banks in the United States
To other depository institutions in the United States
To banks in foreign countries
.

...
...

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

431,356

1,286,327

797,552

408,166

122,047
1,764
n.a.
n.a.
21,336
98,779
169

115,842
77,879
66,441
11,438
13,917
3,542
20,504

65,457
27,311
18,945
8,366
23,010
5,456
9,680

35,648

n.a.
n.a.

t

n.a.

13,927

11,909

n.a.

698,926

354,994

8,692

194,859
101,795
61,115
40,680

25,89^
954
815
139

168,963
100,841
60,300
40,451

171,087
106,550
64,198
42,352

120,314
85,398
ni.a,
n.a.

61,625
n.a.
126,648
1,737
124,911
65,870
n.a.

31,601
9,079
52,989
292
52,697
40,076
15,318

105
34
830
0
830
24, III
1,007

31,496
9,045
52,158
292
51,867
15,964
14,310

17,213
25,138
47,070
724
46,346
17,467
17,139

12,811
n,u,
26,590
721
25,868
8,326

6,591
34,192
n.a.

3,250
12,068
24,759

$
1,000

2,375
14,764
328

967
7,360

23,105

3,242
11,068
1,654

64,054
133,010
1,758,113 1,044,900
6,623
14,990
1,743,125 1,038,279
46,544
35,265
112
108
1,696,470 1,002,907

203
226,091
2,097
223,996
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

63,851
818,810
4,526
814,284
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

43,823
497,631
5,712
491,918
7,898
3
484,017

25,133
215,582
2,654
212,928
3,381
0
209,547

260,761

17,27S

194,536
30,208
3,779
91,186
5,924
63,440
5,320
4,352
797
170

95,1H4
7,760
8,,492
51,919
1.943
25.069
874
n, a.
n,a.
n.a.

n.a.

.

.
..
.

t

n.a.

n.a.

66,526
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

60,333
22,560
4,653
33,120

29,704
1,016
243<
28,445

243,487
75,623
1,525
92,436
8,707
65,195
30,629
21,544
4,409
4,676

..

30,786
580,620
n.a.
n.a.
3,382
n.a.
n.a.

5,581
404,356
306,077
98,279
1,182
472
711

390
1 10,63?
15,829i
94,808
410'
10
400

5,190
293,718
290,248
3,470
772
462
311

6,612
128,029
127,478
550
1,148
n.a.
n.a.

18,593
48,236
n.a.
n.a,
1,053
n.a.
n.a.

...
. ..

317,544
80,128
237,416

142,229
43,283
98,946

11,628
n.a.
n.a.

130,601
n.a.
n.a.

129,355
34,800
94,555

45,960
2,045
43,915

55,706
2,124
53,582
124,867
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
na

34,473
621
33,852
112,324
39,200
73,124
n.a.
n.a.

602
0
602
50,870
36,171
14,699
n.a.
n.a.

33,871
621
33,250
61,454
3,029
58,425
16,594
41,831

18,670
1,306
17,364
9,992
250
9,742
2,042
7,700

2,563
197
2,366
2,552
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

28,200
38,770
43,285
10,248
2,444
37,752
n.a.
4,410
78,348

23,663
37,953
22,225
4,287
1,778
37,358
n.a.
2,954
58,011

4,575
17,466

19,088
20,488
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
39,310
n.a.
n.a.

3,970
562
13,726
3,282
618
373
n.a.
1,299
13,307

568
255
7,334
2,679
47
21
n.a.
157
7,030

...

...
...

....

...

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to fanners
....
Commercial and industrial loans
To U.S addressees (domicile)
..
....
To non-U S addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
..
U S banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
....
50 Credit cards and related plans
.
.
,...
51 Other (includes single payment and installment)

...

52 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S
53 Nonrated industrial development obligations
...
.....
54 Other obligations (excluding securities)
55 All other loans
56 Loans to foreign government and official institutions
57 Other loans
..
.
....
....
58
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
.
59
All other loans
Lease financing receivables .
....
Assets held in trading accounts
...
...
....
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding . .
..
..
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
.
Other assets
...
..




Foreign

486,260
293,742
n.a.
n.a.

550,481
.

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

192

n.a.

2,315,740 1,261,820

10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

1r

237,889
79,642
n.a.
n.a.
35,253
102,321
20,673

Banks with domestic
offices only 7

...

...
..
...
. ..
...

t

t

n.a.

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Banks with domestic
offices only7

Banks with foreign offices6

Item
Total

Total
69 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock and equity capital
3

70 Total liabilities . ,
71 Limited-life preferred stock
72 Total deposits
73 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
74 U.S. government
75 States and political subdivisions in the United States
76 Commercial banks in the United States
77 Other depository institutions in the United States
78 Banks in foreign countries
79 Foreign governments and official institutions
80 Certified 8and official checks
81 All other
82 Total transaction accounts
83 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
84 U.S. government
85 States and political subdivisions in the United States
86 Commercial banks in the United States
87 Other depository institutions in the United States
88 Banks in foreign countries
89 Foreign governments and official institutions
90 Certified and official checks
91 All other
92 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
93 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
94 U.S. government
95 States and political subdivisions in the United States
96 Commercial banks in the United States
97 Other depository institutions in the United States
98 Banks in foreign countries
99 Foreign governments and official institutions
100 Certified and official checks
101 All other
102 Total nontrans action accounts
103 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
104 U.S. government
105 States and political subdivisions in the United States
106 Commercial banks in the United States
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
107
Other commercial banks in the United States
,
108
109 Other depository institutions in the United States
110 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
111
Other banks iin foreign countries
112
113 Foreign governments and official institutions
114 All other
115 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
116 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
117 Other borrowed money
118 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
119 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
120 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
121 All other liabilities
122 Total equity capital4
MEMO
123 Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
124 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
125 Total brokered deposits
126 Total brokered retail deposits
127 Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
128 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the broker
in shares of $100,000 or less
129
130
131
132
133
134
135

2,869,992

Foreign

1,644,274

n.a.

2,697,761 1,584,158
84
67
2,231,734 1,206,941

t t
20,275

35,348
12,052




671

5,181
8,431
1,866

408,166

7072
4,2

372,881

15

2

661,474
599,307

363,318
330,859

1,989

785

39,885
11,348
2,964

25,819

173
210

1,838
1,367
n.a.
n.a.

11,381

5,603

2,620

318,645
258,464

200,862
175,362

99,169
88,014

31

2,418

1,483

605

8,649
24,983

9,723
6,792

6,868

3,917
7,821
1,012

1,812
79
6

508
545
n.a.
n.a.

11,381

5,603

2,620

256344
197,951

132,642
111,489

55,378
48,615

1,458

588
2,501
506
538
n.a.
n.a.

10

2,410
6,871
24,983

5,423
6,788

3,917
7,821
1,011

1,795
77
6

11,381

5,603

2,620

552,977
511,251

460,612
423,945

264,149
242,845

10

870

506

179

2,4
946
8,680

30,162
4,556

18,950

916

739
3,817
1,151
94
14
79
203

7,764

1,264
610
5
605
855
224,217

n.a.
91,996
37,859
17,170

n.a.
68,516
172,146

176,395
n.a.
73,774
37,465
14,635
n.a.
54,002
80,049

594
n.a.
30,898

7,181
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

175,801
20,946
42,876
30,284

n.a.
14,098

n.a.
n.a.

44,522
4,567
17,923

374
2,166
n.a.
10,327
56,814

1,331
n.a.
n.a.
822
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
21
3,301
757
930
21
368
n.a.
4,187
35,283

1,384

646
487
402

1,000

85

169,945
72,288
133,849
148,910
27,984
57,975
615,277

131,982
68,107
85,024
4,020
65,213
528,832

57,234
34,697
128,682
41,942

796,030
34,850

482,201
18,587

208,809

64,099

69,562

43,533

171,653
71,838
146,273
157,808

256

n.a.
15,864

4,159

3,883

13,789

1,033
31,663

923

663

657
32,361
24,305
4,807

1,320

Quarterly averages
136 Total loans
137 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United States
138 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
139
140
141
142
143

33,481

n.a.
871,621
769,715
3,288
38,095
33,663

Under 100

797,552
1 206,623

Over 100

122,205

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Nontrans action accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more ,
All other time deposits
Number of banks

430,944
n.a.
335,320
178,964

Domestic

133,699
68,100
84,357
174,496
2,355

57,887
34,174
42,165
129,523
11,178

n.a.

2,384

171

1,595
41,815
307,941

n.a.

193

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1987l—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Banks with foreigr offices6

Item
Total

Total
1 Total assets

,.

406,619

233,616
73,102
n.a.
n.a.
37,255
103,562
19,697

125,439
1,858
n.a.
n.a.
22,757
100,565
258

108,178
71,244
59,488
11,756
14,498
2,997
19,439

61,028
24,871
16,407
8,464
21,284
4,673
10,200

33,384

1r

n.a.

t

n.;i.

n.a.

9,349

12,457

10,672

n.a.

n.a.

708,080

355,415

496,588
302,730
n.a.
n.a.

202,781
107,629
64,907
42,722

27,242
786
581
205

175,539
106,843
64,326
42,517

173,136
108,696
64,732
43,965

120,672
86,405
n.a.
n.a.

64,103
n.a.
122,788
1,733
121,055
71,070
n.a.

33,001
9,721
51,248
344
50,904
43,904
17,881

159
46
951
1
950
25,504
1,096

32,841
9,675
50,297
343
49,954
18,400
16,785

17,799
26,166
45,929
661
45,268
18,510
18,159

13,304
n.a.
25,611
727
24,884
8,656

7,240
37,456
n.a.

3,759
14,122
26,023

8
1,089
24,408

3,751
13,034
1,615

2,619
15,541
351

863
7,793

130,388
1,782,977
14,814
1,768,163
46,580
179
1,721,404

65,748
1,058,176
6,553
1,051,624
35,088
178
1,016,357

257
224,842
1,972
222,870
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

65,491
833,334
4,581
828,753
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

41,408
507,238
5,637
501,600
8,063
1
493,537

23,233
217,563
2,624
214,939
3,429
0
211,511

270,494

18,433

202,322
31,460
3,884
95,133
5,942
65,904
5,293
4,345
786
162

97,774
7,895
8,673
53,561
2,013
25,631
877
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

65,049
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

58,880
22,600
4,730
31,550

28,204
1,063
212
26,930

252,061
77,476
1,561
96,511
8,828
67,685
30,676
21,537
4,518
4,621

31,001
577,911
n.a.
n.a.
3,332
n.a.
n.a.

5,645
404,193
307,996
96,197
1,027
313
715

360
110,296
17,412
92,884
336
6
330

5,285
293,897
290,584
3,313
691
307
384

6,685
126,139
125,774
365
1,255
n.a.
n.a.

18,670
47,579
n.a.
n.a.
1,049
n.a.
n.a.

323,845
82,759
241,086

144,387
43,044
101,344

11,543
n.a.
n.a.

132,844
n.a.
n.a.

133,385
37,527
95,858

46,072
2,188
43,8B5

54,679
1,615
53,064
127,838
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

33,878
433
33,445
115,700
38,932
76,768
n.a.
n.a.

665
-183
848
50,781
35,907
14,874
n.a.
n.a.

33,213
615
32,597
64,919
3,025
61,894
19,373
42,521

18,285
1,038
17,247
9,700
228
9,472
1,977
7,494

2,516
144
2,372
2,439
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

28,733
36,864
43,761
10,729
2,498
35,512
n.a.
4,515
84,201

23,972
36,014
22,618
4,532
1,758
35,077
n.a.
2,893
63,409

4,224
17,085

19,748
18,929
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
35,070
n.a.
n.a.

4,174
660
13,840
3,441
677
409
n.a.
1,455
13,477

587
190
7,303
2,755
03
25
n.a.
168
7,3H6

t

t

t

n.a.

...

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to fanners
Commercial and industrial loans
...
To U S addressees (domicile)
To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
. .
U S banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
..
50 Credit cards and related plans
51 Other (includes single payment and installment) .
52 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S
53 Nonrated industrial development obligations
54 Other obligations (excluding securities)
.
55 All other loans
....
....
56 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
....
57 Other loans
58
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
59
All other loans .
.. .
Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
.
Other assets
..




803,068

570,590

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
...
LESS* Unearned income on loans
Total loans and leases (net of unearned income) .
LESS* Allowance for loan and lease losses
LESS*. Allocated transfer risk reserves
EQUALS* Total loans and leases net
...

194

Itodet 100

1,296,832

2,348,381 1,284,886

..

1 1 Total securities book value
..
12 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation obligations . . .
13
U S Treasury securities
. .
....
14
U S government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of participation
in pools of residential mortfiajies
16
All other
....
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
18
Taxable securities
19
Tax-exempt securities
.
....
20 Other securities
21
Other domestic securities
22
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
......
23
All other
24
Foreign securities

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Over 100

441,058

n.a.

MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United States (included
in balances due from depository institutions in the U S )

Total loans, gross, by category
32 Loans secured by real estate
. .
33 Construction and land development
34 Farmland
.
.
35 1 4 family residential properties
36 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
37 Nonfarm nonresident! al properties
.
38 Loans to depository institutions
39 To commercial banks in the United States .
40 To other depository institutions in the United States
41 To banks in foreign countries

Domestic

328,029

2 Cosh and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection unposted debits and currency
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5
Currency and coin
6
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
8 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Foreign

2,894,489 1,684,802

2

10 Total securities loans and lease financing receivables, net

Banks with domestic
offices only '

,

n.a.

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Banks with domestic
offices only7

Banks with foreign offices6

Item
Total

Total
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105

106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

129
130
131
132
133
134
135

Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock and equity capita)
Total liabilities3
Limited-life preferred stock
Total deposits . . .
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial batiks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other8
Total transaction accounts
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial batiks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
'
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
Certifi and official checks
rtified
All other
Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States .
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States . . . .
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions . . . . . . .
Certified and official checks
All other
Total non trans action accounts
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
" " government
U.S.
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
Other commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
All other liabilities
Total equity capital4
MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the broker
in shares of $100,000 or less

2,894,489 1,684,802
2,717,730 1,601,815
67
84
2,229,527 1,206,885

I

t
I




I

[ Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

1 ,213,056

803,067
7498
4,3

406,619
3097
7,7

n.a.
863,442
763,834
4,000
36,607
33,060

5,141

16

1

661,372
601,890
2,037
38,986
10,449
2,598

361,271
329,997

833
24,974

1,821
1,153
n.a.
n.a.

31,002
779
125,138

11,075

154
236
5,021
194^67
171,036

97,208
86,719

3,161
7,921

32,763
11,854

1,566
8,821
6,100
1,447
66
8
5,021

634
6,451
547
384
n.a.
n.a.

125J468
106,566

53,390
46,983

7,967

1,761

2,464

28

23,383
3,927
7,344

1,021
11,075

2,464

10
246',031
189,766

3,148
6,371
23,383
3,926
7,337

1,548

618

4,720
6,098

2,394

546
376
n.a.
n.a.

11,075

1,443
66
8
5,021

2,464

554,721
512,946

467^305
430,854

264,062
243,277

1,020

10

839

471

200

28,686
9,677

30,165
4,349

18,524

1,274
n.a.
n.a.
770
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
18

884

184,795

n.a.
77,682
35,213
14,899

605
n.a.
35,116

60,639
82,920

7,019
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1,755

1,245

n.a.

3,542

1,214
623
4
620
740
234,089
n.a.
97,426
35,648
17,289
n.a.
76,405
176,675

806

8,794

1,150
88
4
84
228

184', 190

4M50

3,244

21,701
42,566
28,194

4,881

764
987
25
370
n.a,
4,316

n.a.
18,017

n.a.
n.a.

18,757

409
2,019
n.a.
11,450
58,114

35,641

n.a.
15,948

4,519

1,439

1,967

627
459
391

586

68

166,942
71,546
137,990
151,138
27,106
58,475
617,410

129,345
68,833
88,272
3,987
65,713
535,903

55,939
34,895
129,451
42,163

796,738
33,971

491,920
18,065

211,743

64,390

68,970

43,551

167,909
72,379
148,426
163,070

254

720
32,219

3,497

13,687

511
32,901
24,590
4,937

Quarterly averages
136 Total loans
137 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United States
138 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
139
140
141
142
143

n.a.
441,846
n.a.
343,443
186,525

308J21
250,889

19,340

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs) . . . .
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
All other time deposits
Number of banks

[ Foreign

131,021
69,156
87,607
178,191
2,342

56,455
34,633
41,611
130,481
11,091

n.a.

2,553

177

1,614
41,893
307,880

n.a.

195

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1987!—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with foreig;r offices6

Item
Total

Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

2,947,724 1,703,543

445,763

1,319,328

830,766

413,416

246,768
79,324
n.a.
n.a.
36,695
106,983
23,767

128,611
1,686
n.a.
n.a.
23,231
103,480
2141

118,157
77,638
64,969
12,669
13,465
3,503
23,552

69,403
29,392
21,095
8,297
22,656
5,339
12,017

37.012

7,9E3

13,847

12,571

Total
1 Total assets3
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions . .
......
3 Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
4 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5 Currency and coin
..
6 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7 Balances due frorn banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks . ,
8 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

353,184

n.a.

MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United States (included
in balances due from depository institutions in the U S ) .
...

1 1 Total securities, book value . .
12 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation obligations . . .
13
US. Treasury securities
....
14
U S government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government- issued or guaranteed certificates
of participation in pools of residential mortgages
16
All other
....
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
18
Taxable securities
..
.
19
Tax-exempt securities . . . .
20 Other securities
..
...
....
21
Other domestic securities
22
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
23
All other
...
....
24
Foreign securities
.
25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
26 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross

Total loans, gross, by category
32 Loans secured by real estate
33 Construction and land development . . .
34 Farmland
35 1—4 family residential properties . . .
36 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
37 Nonfarm nonresidential properties . .
38 Loans to depository institutions
39 To commercial banks in the United States
40 To other depository institutions in the United States
41 To banks in foreign countries
.

n.a.
2,385,209 1,298,702

10 Total securities loans and lease financing receivables, net

28 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
29
LESS* Allowance for loan and lease losses
30
LESS* Allocated transfer risk reserves
31 EQUALS' Total loans and leases net

Banks with domestic
offices only

..

...

.

....

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.

t

n.a.

727,345

359,162

509,111
310,215
n.a.
n.a.

213,317
112,918
66,096
46,822

30,017
714
548
166

183,300
112,204
65,548
46,656

174,510
110,006
63,136
46,871

121,284
87,291
n.a.
n.a.

71,853
n.a.
119,033
1,918
117,114
79,863
n.a.

38,531
8,292
50,154
366
49,788
50,245
21,246

70J
96
754
0
754
28,549
1,414

38,461
8,196
49,400
366
49,034
21,696
19,832

19,659
27,212
44,311
733
43,579
20,193
19,805

13,663
n,a.
24,567
820
23,747
9,426

8,084
42,393
n.a.

4,179
17,067
28,999

0
1,414
27,135

4,179
15,653
1,864

2,965
16,840
387

941
8,485

58,485
128,786
1,810,697 1,070,586
6,622
14,715
1,795,982 1,063,965
36,909
48,513
156
156
1,747,312 1,026,899

33C
221,266
2,117
219,149
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

58,156
849,320
4,505
844,816
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

45,294
521,280
5,572
515,709
8,167
1
507,541

25,007
218,830
2,522
216,308
3,437
0
212,871

280,732

17,103

210,345
32,248
4,065
99,056
6,157
68,819
5,392
4,491
767
135

100,140
7,831
8,773
55,249
2,063
26,224
977
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

591,217

t
n.a.

t
n.a.

63,775
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

57,406
23,003
4,163
30,241

26,942
951
366
25,625

263,629
79,429
1,617
101,784
9,520
71,279
30,464
22,052
3,797
4,616

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
To U S addressees (domicile)
.
....
To non-U S addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
. .
....
U.S. banks .
. . .
Foreign banks
,
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50 Credit cards and related plans
51 Other (includes single payment and installment) . . . .

29,366
586,616
n.a.
n.a.
4,938
n.a.
n.a.

5,576
410,185
313,410
96,775
1,171
369
801

325
108,374
15,125
93,249
361
32
329

5,251
301,811
298,284
3,527
810
338
472

6,307
128,908
128,516
392
2,028
n.a.
n.a.

17,483
47,523
n.a.
n.a.
1,739
n.a.
n.a.

330,675
88,232
242,443

148,678
45,216
103,463

12,475
n.a.
n.a.

136,203
n.a.
n.a.

136,474
40,626
95,848

45,522
2,391
43,132

52 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U S
53 Nonrated industrial development obligations
54 Other obligations (excluding securities)
55 All other loans
..
...
...
56 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
57 Other loans . .
....
58
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities . . . .
59
All other loans
..
...

52,310
1,374
50,936
120,877
na
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

32,256
451
31,804
108,539
39,011
69,529
n.a.
n.a.

558
0
55E
50,573
36,454
14,119
n.a.
n.a.

31,698
451
31,246
57,967
2,557
55,410
14,277
41,133

17,610
809
16,801
9,940
222
9,717
1,905
7,812

2,444
114
2,331)
2,397
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

30,923
32,396
44,482
11,032
2,320
37,575
n.a.
4,444
76,921

26,043
31,827
23,221
4,757
1,585
37,121
n.a.
3,002
56,559

4,554
14,445

21,489
17,382
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
40,357
n.a.
n.a.

4,276
409
13,954
3,537
681
429
n.a.
1,273
13,574

604
160
7,307
2,138
54
25
n.a.
169
6,788

.

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Lease financing receivables
.. .
Assets held in trading accounts
.
....
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsoltdated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding . .
...
Net due from own foreign offices Edge and Agreement subsidiaries and IBFs
Intangible assets .
... .
Other assets ,
.,

196



t
n.a.

n.a.

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with foreign offices6

Item
Total

Banks with domestic
offices only7

Total
69 Total liabilities, limited -life preferred stock and equity capital
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
Ill
112
113
114
115
1 16
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

129
130
131
132
133
134
135

Total liabilities3
Limited-life preferred stock
.
Total deposits
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial bunks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
.
Certified and official checks
8
All other
Total transaction accounts
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial b* jiks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreicn countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other
Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U S government
....
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial bunks in the United States
.
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
.
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other
Total nontransacfion accounts
Individuals partnerships and corporations
,
U S government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial binks in the United States
U S brandies and agencies of foreign banks
Other commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
.
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U S banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury .
Other borrowed money
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
.
Net due to own foreign offices Edge and Agreement subsidiaries and IBF's
All other liabilities
Total equity capital4
MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered c'eposits .
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the broker
in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

n. a.

if
23<1,654
r .a.
9 3,901
3'7,721
I 7,423
n .a.
6<M69
17 7,396

Over 100

Under 100

830,766

413,416

1,624),311
67
1,24<),736

n. a.

n. a.

n.a.
1,235,497
n.a.
900,154
802,899
3,051
37,218
32,814
4,459
7,888
1,718
10,108

771,895
15
685,438
622,684
1,856
41,272
11,109
2,467
143
303
5,604

324,808
269,675
2,100
8,929
21,911
3,821
7,211
1,052
10,108

209J942
183,697
1,371
10,560
7,044
1,590
72
5
5,604

25*6,945
203,577
2,078
7,188
21,911
3,821
7,210
1,052
10,108

136,937
115,485
1,348
5,796
7,043
1,585
72
5
5,604

575',346
533,223
951
28,289
10,903
594
10,309
638
677
11
666
665

475,496
438,987
485
30,713
4,065
221
3,844
877
71
6
65
298

182',817
13,537
44,738
30,051
n.a.
21,191
n.a.
n.a.

47 #85
3,482
21,571
429
2,219
n.a.
10,770
58,855

378,038
1
368,658
335,744
816
26,022
2,059
1,135
n.a.
n.a.
2,845
37
104,087
92,294
610
7,118
819
388
n.a.
n.a.
2,845
12
58,176
50,947
587
2,589
818
378
n.a.
n.a.
2,845
12
264,571
243,449
206
18,904
1,239
n.a.
n.a,
748
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
25
3,074
524
966
25
435
n.a.
4,357
35,376

816
34,364
27,344
6,827
934

1,457
32,763
4,797
2,878
2,161

n.a.
16,048
683
515
458

717

58

167,695
71,520
146,326
162,874
26,931
63,380
643,209

126,948
68,710
184
92,272
3,983
70,212
548,501

54,427
34,472
131,352
42,766
1,553
44,035
310,481

502,809
17,514

212,131
n.a.

67,709

r
If U94
ii

Domestic

n a.
446 ,361
n a.
340 ,582
186 ,962

813,120
32,924

n. a.

Foreign

1,70:5,543

5,892

2,94'7,724
2,77( >,244
84
2,29^1,832
k

70,351

44,534

166,555
71,522
157,970
170,839
n.a.

128,186
69,574
90,983
183,953
2,294

54,924
34,361
41,630
131,807
10,969

1\

2 5,472
1(),745
j L

n a.

26 ,755

637
126 ,229
j L

n a.

i r

i

f

18 3,594
ri.a.
7 6,365
3 7,267
14,769
ri. a.
5 4,042
83,165

ri. a.
31 ,627
7 ,216
ri.a.
ri.a.
ri.a.
ri.a.

2,309

1,493

t

111

t

t

L

..

n a.

n a.

n a.

Quarterly averages
136 Total loans
.
1 37 Obligations (oth 2r than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United States .
138 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
pre authorised transfer accounts)
..
139
140
141
142
143

Non transaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits
Number of banks




f

^
13,516

ir

253

if

197

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members
Total

Nonmcrnbcrs

Total
1 Total assets2
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency and coin
5 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned
income) .
9 Total securities book value
.,
10 U S Treasury securities
11 U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15
Taxable securities
16
Tax-exempt securities
. ..
17 Other domestic securities
18
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mort Bases
19
All other
.
. .
20 Foreign securities
21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
23 LESS: Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate
Construction and land development
.
.
Farmland
1-4 family residential properties
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Loans to commercial banks in the United States
Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
Loans to banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 To U S addressees (domicile)
37 To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptances of other banks5
39 Of U.S banks
40 Of foreign banks
41 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
..
.
.
42 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
43 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
44 Nonrated industrial development obligations
45 Other obligations (excluding securities)
46 Other loans
..
47 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
48 All other loans
49
50
51
52

Lease financing receivables
Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . .
Remaining assets
.
. .

198



National

State

2,060,171

1,677,853

1,315*362

361,991

382,317

187,695
85,284
18,602
37,534
10,086
36,188

158,240
78,608
15,308
25,870
7,756
30,698

123 .SOI
60,603
12,554
21,410
6,C49
23,185

34,438
18,005
2,754
4,459
1,708
7,513

29,456
6,676
3,294
11,665
2,330
5,491

1,707,861

1,373,253

1,087,832

285,421

334,607

336,684
123,643
80,509

256,597
94,311
60,493

199,862
75,339
49,267

56,735
18,972
11,226

80,087
29,331
20,016

46,835
33,674
102,376
1,156
101,220
28,206

38,676
21,817
80,558
637
79,922
19,573

31,148
18,119
59,304
535
58,769
15,432

7,528
3,698
21,254
101
21,153
4,140

8,159
11,857
21,818
519
21,298
8,633

5,337
22,868
1,951

4,527
15,046
1,662

2,622
12,810
520

1,905
2,235
1,142

8110
7,823
289

95,640

79,072

59,215

19,856

16,569

1,285,817
10,281
1,275,536

1,045,363
7,779
1,037,584

834,632
5,9:28
828,734

210,681
1,851
208,830

240,454
2,502
237,952

415,411
102,771
5,167
173,025
13,941
120,506
26,165
5,206
5,034
11,247

318,351
83,832
3,518
130,504
10,943
89,554
22,593
4,980
4,925
8,971

270,4f>0
68,601
3,102
112,414
9,4'?0
76,783
17,6:^0
3,892
2,932
7,9:8

47,891
15,141
416
18,089
1,473
12,771
4,944
1,088
1,993
1,053

97,059
18,938
1,650
42,521
2,998
30,952
3,572
226
108
2,276

419,087
414,583
4,504

346,517
342,552
3,965

266,623
263,3'B
3,274

79,894
79,202
692

72,570
72,031
.139

1,563
561
429

1,144
447
336

1,063
406
S2

81
41
5

419
114
93

255,756
3,414

208,516
3,254

170,562
2,362

37,955
892

47,240
160

54,834
2,296
52,538
65,605
17,631
47,974

45,926
1,514
44,411
59,979
16,044
43,935

34,264
1,2*5
32,919
40,939
9,454
31,485

11,662
230
11,432
19,040
6,590
12,450

8,908
782
8,127
5,626
1,587
4,039

22,495
30,838
40,294
133,777

20,206
29,884
36,012
116,477

16,017
20,9C1
26,901
83,328

4,189
8,983
9,111
33,149

2,289
95:5
4,282
17,300

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members
Total

Nonmembers
Total

National

State

53 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,060,171

1,677,853

1,315,862

361,991

382,317

54 Total liabilities3

1,912,273

1,557,908

1,223,233

334,675

354,365

55 Total deposits
56 Individuals partnerships and corporations
57 U S government
58
States and political subdivisions in the United States
59
Commercial bunks in the United States
60
Other depository institutions in the United States
61
Banks in foreign countries
62 Foreign governments and official institutions
63
Certified and official checks

1,507,927
1,345,365
3,547
76,059
48,332
7,637
8,135
1,975
16,877

1,190,428
1,057,368
2,893
57,027
43,800
5,896
7,578
1,726
14,142

951,610
850,577
2,509
47,776
32,863
4,353
3,638
763
9,134

238,818
206,790
384
9,251
10,937
1,543
3,940
962
5,008

317,499
287,998
654
19,032
4,532
1,741
557
249
2,736

64 Total transaction accounts
.
65
Individuals partnerships and corporations
66 U S government
67
States and political subdivisions in the United States
68
Commercial b; nks in the United States
69
Other depository institutions in the United States
70
Banks in foreign countries
71
Foreign governments and official institutions
72
Certified and official checks

508,549
426,019
2,408
15,272
33,702
5,840
7,327
1,102
16,877

417,546
343,631
1,971
12,218
32,288
5,162
7,093
1,038
14,142

324,998
272,826
1,666
9,908
23,930
3,723
3,355
456
9,134

92,548
70,805
305
2,310
8,358
1,439
3,738
582
5,008

91,003
82,388
436
3,054
1,414
678
233
64
2,736

73 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
74
Individuals partnerships and corporations
75 U S government
76
States and political subdivisions in the United States
77
Commercial b^nks in the United States
78
Other depository institutions in the United States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Foreign governments and official institutions
81
Certified and official checks

378,281
301,045
2,366
10,036
33,697
5,829
7,326
1,099
16,877

317,684
247,598
1,933
8,440
32,284
5,153
7,093
1,037
14,142

241,333
192,260
1,630
6,854
23,926
3,716
3,355
455
9,134

76,351
55,338
303
1,586
8,358
1,436
3,738
582
5,008

60,597
53,447
433
1,596
1,413
676
233
62
2,736

999,377
919,346
1,139
60,787
14,631
1,602
13,029
1,797
809
99
710
873

772,882
713,736
922
44,809
11,512
1,039
10,473
734
485
13
472
688

626,612
577,751
842
37,868
8,934
1,002
7,932
630
283
8
275
308

146,270
135,985
80
6,941
2,578
37
2,541
104
202
5
197
380

226,495
205,609
218
15,978
3,118
563
2,555
1,063
324
86
238
185

240,332
5,556
59,831
31,849
2,200
10,549
64,579

218,957
5,050
53,374
30,895
1,301
9,792
57,902

165,122
3,575
36,205
21,876
1,154
8,579
43,690

53,835
1,476
17,169
9,019
147
1,213
14,212

21,375
506
6,457
955
898
757
6,676

147,897

119,945

92,629

27,317

27,952

1,530
60,359
27,242
7,342
2,128

1,175
46,749
22,585
5,793
1,267

1,014
38,595
19,355
4,902
1,223

161
8,154
3,230
890
44

355
13,610
4,657
1,550
861

5,215

4,525

3,679

846

689

311,526
133,490
296,909
225,598
31,854
122,720
1,129,646

245,288
103,242
221,741
174,304
28,307
93,958
872,744

198,315
80,611
187,666
141,564
18,456
78,455
710,277

46,973
22,631
34,075
32,740
9,851
15,503
162,467

66,237
30,249
75,168
51,294
3,547
28,762
256,902

1,256,494

1,022,439

816,630

205,809

234,055

55,067

46,305

34,181

12,124

8,762

152,582

121,726

95,860

25,866

30,855

312,877
127,795
223,953
330,036

246,637
98,278
173,543
250,120

199,951
77,200
141,866
206,402

46,686
21,079
31,677
43,718

66,239
29,517
50,410
79,916

2,634

1,511

1,279

232

1,123

..

.

82 Total nontransact ton accounts
83 Individuals partnerships and corporations
84 U S government
85 States and political subdivisions in the United States
86
Commercial bunks in the United States
87
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
88
Other commercial banks in the United States
89
Other depository institutions in the United States
90
Banks in foreign countries
,
91
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
92
Other banks in foreign countries
93
Foreign governments and official institutions
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed money
Banks liability or acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

101 Total equity capital4
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
1 10
Ill
112
113
114

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savin&s deposits

Quarterly averages
115 Total loans
116 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
117 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
.
No ntrans action accounts
118
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
119 Other savings deposits
120 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
121
All other time deposits
122 Number of banks




....

199

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C, Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Members

Item
Total

Nonmembtsrs

Total

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency and coin
.,
5 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned
income)
,
9 Total securities, book value
.
10 U S Treasury securities
. ..
11 U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15
Taxable securities
16
Tax-exempt securities
17 Other domestic securities
18
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
19
All other
20 Foreign securities
21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
23 LESS: Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

.
.

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate
Construction and land development
Farmland
1—4 family residential properties
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Loans to commercial banks in the United States
Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
Loans to banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 To U S addressees (domicile)
37 To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptances of other banks5
39 Of U S banks
40 Of foreign banks
41 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
42 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
43 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
.
44 Nonrated industrial development obligations
45 Other obligations (excluding securities)
46 Other loans
47 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities . . .
48 All other loans
49
50
51
52

Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . .
Remaining assets

200



State

2,083,879

1 Total assets2

National

1,693,550

1,330,036

362,914

390,329

181,299
85,386
19,804
36,927
8,997
30,184

152,240
78,278
16,366
25,177
6,975
25,444

118/43
61,059
13/-90
20,734
5,2*82
17,778

33,797
17,219
2,876
4,443
1,593
7,666

29,059
7,108
3,438
11,750
2,022
4,740

1,753,926

1,409,815

1,120,344

289,272

344,110

340,050
124,498
82,892

260,092
95,389
62,297

203,827
76,590
50,392

56,266
18,799
11,705

79,958
29,109
20,595

48,709
34,183
99,228
1,016
98,212
31,449

40,267
22,030
78,530
626
77,904
22,167

31,947
18,045
58,216
520
57,096
17,943

8,320
3,385
20,314
107
20,208
4,224

8,443
12.153
20,698
390
20,308
9,282

5,617
25,832
1,982

4,547
17,620
1,709

2,805
15,138
<*86

1,742
2,482
1,223

1,070
8,213
273

107,674

89,478

66/.2S

23,053

18,195

1,316,441
10,239
1,306,202

1,067,999
7,754
1,060,245

856,221
5,930
850,291

211,778
1,824
209,953

248,441
2,484
245.957

438,022
105,830
5,304
183,622
14,631
128,635
25,896
5,206
4,846
11,802

335,661
86,424
3,598
137,999
11,478
96,162
22,447
4,936
4,763
9,399

285,229
70,861
3,154
118/.75
10,000
82,740
17,507
3,695
2,631
8p65

50,432
15,563
445
19,524
1,478
13,422
4,940
1,242
2,132
1,034

102,362
19,406
1,705
45,624
3,154
32,473
3,449
270
83
2,403

421,747
417,726
4,020

348,867
345,153
3,714

271,: 91
268,215
2,977

77,675
76,938
737

72,880
72,573
307

1,920
801
380

1,382
683
274

1,260
617
264

122
67
10

538
118
106

259,956
3,279

210,316
3,123

171,020
2,247

38,696
876

49,640
156

52,541
1,927
50,614
68,167
18,636
49,530

44,030
1,358
42,672
62,288
16,793
45,495

32,955
1,194
31,761
42,895
10,037
32,859

11,075
164
10,911
19,393
6,757
12,636

8,510
568
7,942
5,878
1,843
4,035

23,058
29,789
39,310
118,866

20,786
28,922
36,151
102,572

16,026
19,751
27,852
71,898

4,161
9,172
8,299
30,674

2,271
866
3,159
16,293

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item

Members
Total
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

53 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,083,879

1,693,550

1,330,636

362,914

390,329

54 Total liabilities '

1,947,345

1,585,449

1,245,975

339,473

361,897

55 Total deposits
56 Individuals partnerships and corporations
57 U S governn ent
58 States and political subdivisions in the United States
59 Commercial banks in the United States
60 Other depository institutions in the United States
61 Banks in foreign countries
62 Foreign governments and official institutions
63 Certified and official checks

1,533,095
1,369,022
5,277
77,980
45,011
8,145
8,603
2,076
16,985

1,212,467
1,077,728
4,434
59,428
40,616
6,558
8,053
1,689
13,963

971,256
867,315
3,839
49,837
31,361
4,987
4,032
792
9,097

241,211
210,413
595
9,590
9,255
1,572
4,022
897
4,866

320,628
291,294
843
18,552
4,395
1,586
550
387
3,021

64 Total transaction accounts
65 Individuals partnerships and corporations
66 U.S. government
67 States and political subdivisions in the United States
68 Commercial banks in the United States
69 Other depository institutions in the United States
70 Banks in foreign countries
71 Foreign governments and official institutions
72 Certified and official checks

519,507
433,826
3,901
18,371
31,775
5,729
7,900
1,018
16,985

425,176
349,005
3,292
14,926
30,332
5,060
7,636
960
13,963

330,475
275,536
2,768
11,983
23,246
3,618
3,770
457
9,097

94,700
73,469
524
2,943
7,086
1,442
3,866
503
4,866

94,331
84,821
610
3,445
1,443
670
264
59
3,021

73 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
74 Individuals p(irtnerships and corporations
75 U.S. government
76 States and political subdivisions in the United States
77 Commercial banks in the United States
78 Other depository institutions in the United States
79 Banks in foreign countries
80 Foreign governments and official institutions
81 Certified and official checks

388,986
309,439
3,868
12,294
31,770
5,711
7,897
1,017
16,985

325,043
253,482
3,261
10,367
30,328
5,045
7,634
959
13,963

246,446
195,272
2,740
8,265
23,242
3,603
3,767
456
9,097

78,597
58,210
521
2,103
7,086
1,441
3,866
503
4,866

63,942
55,957
607
1,927
1,442
666
264
58
3,021

1,013,589
935,196
1,376
59,608
13,236
1,655
11,581
2,415
704
19
685
1,058

787,292
728,723
1,143
44,502
10,284
1,073
9,211
1,499
417
13
405
730

640,781
591,779
1,072
37,854
8,115
1,022
7,093
1,369
262
8
254
335

146,510
136,944
71
6,647
2,169
51
2,118
130
155
5
151
394

226,297
206,474
233
15,107
2,952
582
2,370
917
286
7
280
328

220,323
25,512
60,169
30,658
2,166
14,098
75,422

199,561
23,466
52,604
29,790
1,284
10,944
66,277

154,401
17,441
36,502
20,600
1,154
8,204
44,621

45,160
6,025
16,101
9,191
130
2,740
21,655

20,762
2,047
7,565
868
882
3,155
9,145

136,534

108,101

84,661

23,441

28,432

1,690
64,024
28,464
7,191
2,308

1,288
49,688
23,504
5,497
1,209

1,159
41,064
19,783
4,438
1,090

129
8,624
3,721
1,060
119

403
14,336
4,960
1,694
1,099

82 Total nontransaction accounts
83 Individuals purtnerships and corporations
84 U S government
85 States and political subdivisions in the United States
86 Commercial bunks in the United States
87
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
88
Other commercial banks in the United States
89 Other depository institutions in the United States
90 Banks in foreign countries
91
Foreign branches of other U S banks
92
Other banks in foreign countries
93 Foreign governments and official institutions
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
Other borrowed 'money
Banks liability oiti acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

101 Total equity capital4
MEMO
102 Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
103 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
104 Total brokered deposits
105 Total brokered retail deposits
106 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
107 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
108 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
.
109 Other savings deposits
1 10 Total time deposits of less than $100 000
....
. . . . .
1 1 1 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
1 12 Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
1 13 AH NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
114 Total time and savings deposits
Quarterly averages
1 15 Total loans
116 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
117 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
118 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
1 19 Other savings deposits
120 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
121 All other time deposits
122 Number of banks




4,884

4,289

3,348

941

595

301,928
140,395
305,327
233,934
32,004
123,188
1,144,110

238,774
108,675
228,680
182,655
28,507
94,500
887,424

193,266
85,180
193,343
149,771
19,222
78,764
724,810

45,508
23,495
35,337
32,884
9,286
15,735
162,614

63,154
31,720
76,647
51,279
3,497
28,689
256,686

1,278,231

1,037,382

828,189

209,193

240,849

53,437

44,993

33,181

11,812

8,444

133,660

103,283

84,417

18,866

30,377

305,352
139,938
230,630
332,304

241,294
108,269
179,925
252,363

195,652
85,547
146,993
207,758

45,642
22,723
32,933
44,605

64,058
31,669
50,705
79,941

2,611

1,504

1,271

233

1,107

201

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Member
Total

Nonmcmbers

Total

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate
Construction and land development
Farmland
1=4 family residential properties
.
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Loans to commercial banks in the United States
Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
Loans to banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 To U S addressees (domicile)
37 To non-U S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptances of other banks5
39 Of U.S. banks
40 Of foreign banks

...

41 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
,
42 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
43 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
44 Nonrated industrial development obligations
45 Other obligations (excluding securities)
46 Other loans
,.
47 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
48 All other loans
49
50
51
52

Lease financing receivables
.
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . .
Remaining assets

202



27,727
6,204
3,502
10,920
1,873
5,227

1,785,926

1,437,867

1,138,367

299,300

348,060

267,957
99,874
64,707

209,949
79,852
52^55

58,007
20,022
11,952

80,718
29,184
21,774

50,640
35,841
96,226
1,004
95,222
34,944

41,940
22,767
76,391
703
75,688
25,272

33,493
19,:»62
56, .85
588
55,397
20,636

8,447
3,505
20,206
115
20,091
4,636

8,701
13,073
19,835
301
19,534
9,672

6,369
28,575
1,966

5,125
20,147
1,713

3,171
17,466
1521

1,955
2,681
1,192

1,244
8,428
252

90,524

65,i>Q7

24,917

16,374

1,087,160
7,773
1,079,386

868,932
5,922
863,010

218,228
1,851
216,375

253,412
2,444
259,968

347,823
88,933
3,669
144,031
11,507
99,683
22,351
5,060
4,699
9,542

295,467
72,378
3,226
123305
10,010
86,048
16, $81
3,769
2,598
8,444

52,356
16,055
444
20,726
1,497
13,635
5,469
1,292
2,001
1,098

106,559
20,002
1,776
47,613
3,263
33,905
3,532
244
83
2,429

420,036
416,358
3,678

22 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
23 LESS; Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

108,781
52,099
13,787
20,046
4/.91
18,358

454,383
108,935
5,445
191,644
14,770
133,589
25,883
5,304
4,782
11,971

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

394,149

32,698
17,592
2,931
4,816
1,306
6,054

348,674
129,058
86,481

..

370,807

1,340,572
10,218
1,330,353

9 Total securities book value
10 U.S. Treasury securities
11 U S government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government- issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other
....
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15
Taxable securities
16
Tax-exempt securities
17 Other domestic securities
18
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
19
All other . .
20 Foreign securities

...

1,334^44

141,480
69,692
16,718
24,862
5,797
24,411

106,899

8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned
income) . . .

1,705,750

169,206
75,896
20,220
35,782
7,669
29,638

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency and coin
...
5 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

State

2,099,900

1 Total assets2 . . .

National

347,701
344,332
3,369

269,420
266,596
2,723

78,281
77,636
645

72,335
72,026
309

1,946
758
452

1,366
553
355

U18
482
334

147
71
22

581
205
97

266,229
3,252

215,473
3,102

175,345
2,m

40,128
991

50,756
151

51,498
1,653
49,844
71,366
21,350
50,015

43,113
1,150
41,963
65,473
19,483
45,990

33,333
3,003
31,330
44,116
11,613
32,503

10,780
147
10,633
21,357
7,870
13,487

8,385
503
7,881
5,893
1,868
4,025

23,922
27,752
35,070
117,015

21,457
26,844
31,570
99,560

17,130
19,286
23,482
68,310

4,328
7,558
8,087
31,250

2,465
908
3,501
17,455

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members

Total
Total

Nonmembers
National

State

2,099,900

1,705,750

1,334,944

370,807

394,149

54 Total liabilities :

1,957,994

1,592,985

1,247,168

345,817

365,009

55 Total deposits
56 Individuals partnerships and corporations
57 U S government
58 States and political subdivisions in the United States
59 Commercial hanks in the United States
60 Other depository institutions in the United States
61 Banks in foreign countries
62 Foreign governments and official institutions
63 Certified and official checks

1,524,813
1,365,724
6,037
75,593
43,509
7,739
8,121
1,997
16,096

1,204,077
1,073,427
5,137
57,379
39,487
5,870
7,596
1,725
13,459

962,658
864,366
4,251
47,932
28,950
4,133
3,953
796
8,282

241,419
209,061
886
9,447
10,537
1,738
3,643
930
5,177

320,737
292,298
900
18,213
4,022
1,868
525
272
2,638

64 Total transaction accounts
65 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
66 U S government
67 States and political subdivisions in the United States
68 Commercial banks in the United States
69 Other depository institutions in the United States
70 Banks in foreign countries
71 Foreign governments and official institutions
.
72 Certified and official checks

502,787
421,925
4,727
16,742
29,482
5,374
7,410
1,029
16,096

411,987
339,717
4,055
13,590
28,144
4,818
7,214
989
13,459

318,563
268,574
3,259
11,050
20,032
3,220
3,724
422
8,282

93,424
71,143
796
2,540
8,113
1,597
3,490
567
5,177

90,800
82,208
672
3,152
1,338
557
196
40
2,638

73 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
74 Individuals, piirtnerships and corporations
75 U S government
76 States and political subdivisions in the United States
77 Commercial banks in the United States
78 Other depository institutions in the United States
79 Banks in foreign countries
80 Foreign governments and official institutions
81 Certified and official checks

371,500
296,332
4,696
11,091
29,480
5,369
7,404
1,028
16,096

311,449
243,475
4,028
9,329
28,143
4,816
7,207
988
13,459

234,303
187,805
3,236
7,584
20,031
3,219
3,720
421
8,282

77,146
55,670
792
1,745
8,113
1,597
3,488
567
5,177

60,051
52,857
668
1,762
1,337
553
196
40
2,638

1,022,026
943,800
1,310
58,851
14,026
1,690
12,336
2,364
711
8
703
968

792,090
733,710
1,081
43,789
11,342
1,049
10,294
1,053
382
6
376
737

644,095
595,792
992
36,882
8,918
998
7,920
912
229
4
224
374

147,995
137,918
90
6,907
2,424
50
2,374
140
153
1
152
363

229,936
210,090
228
15,061
2,684
642
2,042
1,311
329
2
327
232

230,241
26,583
61,322
28,603
2,019
18,017
84,413

206,736
24,457
52,548
27,696
1,230
16,630
76,242

158,744
19,542
38,142
20,100
1,102
9,840
46,880

47,993
4,915
14,405
7,596
128
6,790
29,362

23,504
2,125
8,774
908
789
1,387
8,172

141,905

112,765

87,776

24,989

29,140

1,231
65,120
29,109
7,490
3,406

959
50,393
24,163
5,944
2,297

812
41,629
20,333
5,042
2,151

147
8,764
3,830
902
146

272
14,727
4,946
1,546
1,109

53 Total liabilities and equity capital

82 Total nontransaction accounts
83 Individuals, partnerships and corporations
84 U S government
85 States and political subdivisions in the United States
86 Commercial banks in the United States
87
U S . branches and agencies of foreign banks
88
Other commercial banks in the United States
89 Other depository institutions in the United States
90 Banks in foreign countries
91
Foreign branches of other U S banks
92
Other banks in foreign countries
93 Foreign governments and official institutions
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

. .

..
.

*

.

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
Other borrowed nioney
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
Remaining liabilities

101 Total equity capital4
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
1 09
1 10
Ill
1 12
113
1 14

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts .
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
1 15 Total loans
116 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
117 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
118 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
119 Other savings deposits
120 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
121 All other time deposits
122 Number of banks




4,083

3,647

2,891

755

437

296,287
140,379
314,858
239,410
31,093
124,189
1,153,314

234,149
108,282
235,275
186,911
27,472
95,020
892,628

190,245
84,864
198,539
151,974
18,474
79,128
728,355

43,905
23,418
36,736
34,937
8,998
15,892
164,273

62,137
32,097
79,583
52,499
3,620
29,168
260,686

1,288,658

1,042,931

836,654

206,277

245,727

52,036

43,692

32,327

11,365

8,344

133,359

102,676

84,523

18,152

30,684

298,930
141,535
236,033
341,260

236,422
109,357
184,211
259,078

192,167
86,228
150,177
213,634

44,254
23,128
34,034
45,444

62,508
32,179
51,821
82,182

2,596

1,505

1,272

233

1,091

203

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Total

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency and coin
5 Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned
income)
9 Total securities book value
10 U S Treasury securities
11 U S government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government- issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
...
13
All other
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15
Taxable securities . .
16
Tax-exempt securities
17 Other domestic securities
18
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
. ..
19
All other
20 Foreign securities
21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
,

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Loans secured by real estate

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Construction and land development
Farmland
. ,.
l-=4 family residential properties
Multi family (5 or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Loans to commercial banks in the United States
Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
Loans to banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 To U S. addressees (domicile)
37 To non-U S addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptances of other banks5
39 Of U S banks
40 Of foreign banks
41 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
42 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
43 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
44 Nonrated industrial development obligations
45 Other obligations (excluding securities)
46 Other loans . .
.. . .
47 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
..
.
48 All other loans
49
50
51
52

Lease financing receivables . .
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
...
...
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . .
Remaining assets

204



Nonmeimbers

National

State

2,150,094

1 Total assets2

22 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
23 LFSS* Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

Member.;
Total
1,747,994

1,380,937

367,058

402,099

187,561
86,064
20,966
36,120
8,842
35,569

157,141
78,461
17,563
24,741
6,629
29,747

123,875
61,719
14,584
20,538
5,211
21,853

33,265
16,742
2,979
4,233
1,417
7,894

30,420
7,603
3,403
11,379
2,213
5,822

1,821,785

1,467,792

1,172,936

294,856

353,993

357,811
128,684
93,527

276,476
99,753
70,953

215.855
79,593
56,913

60,612
20,159
14,039

81,334
28,931
22,575

58,120
35,407
93,711
1,099
92,613
39,637

48,691
22,262
74,654
774
73,879
29,107

38,333
18.580
55,153
600
54,554
23,514

10,358
3,682
19,500
175
19,326
5,594

9,429
13,145
19,058
324
18,733
10,530

7,143
32,494
2,251

5,720
23,387
2,010

3,241
20273
691

2,480
3,114
1,319

1,423
9,107
241

103,450

86,445

66371

20,074

17,005

1,370,601
10,076
1,360,524

1,112,565
7,694
1,104,871

896,597
5,897
890,701

215,968
1,798
214,170

258,036
2,382
255,653

473,974
111,678
5,682
200,840
15,676
140,098
26,542
4,563
4,750
11,558

364,221
91,840
3,856
151,180
12,338
105,007
23,117
4,289
4,664
9,328

309,686
75,693
3,401
129,C51
10,794
90,747
18,538
3.451
2,366
8,267

54,535
16,147
455
22,129
1,543
14,260
4,580
838
2,298
1,061

109,753
19,838
1,826
49,661
3,338
35,091
3,425
274
36
2,230

430,719
426,800
3,919

356,974
353,418
3,556

278,278
275.366
2,512

78,696
78,052
644

73,745
73,383
363

2,838
884
691

2,007
732
573

U59
615
526

249
116
47

830
152
118

272,677
2,779

221,524
2,658

180.&38
U80

40,686
111

51,153
122

49,308
1,260
48,047
65,127
16,182
48,945

41,298
769
40,529
59,337
14,525
44,812

30,794
645
30,149
42,029
9^91
32^38

10,504
124
10,380
17,308
5,135
12,174

8,010
491
7,519
5,790
1,657
4,133

25,765
29,553
40,357
111,196

23,147
28,349
36,927
94,713

18*711
20,351
25,383
63,:'74

4,436
7,997
11,344
30,939

2,617
1,204
3,430
16,482

74. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19871—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Members

Item

Total

Nonmembers

Total

National

State

53 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,150,094

1,747,994

1,380,937

367,058

402,099

54 Total liabilities3

2,007,392

1,634,433

1,292,424

342,009

372,959

55 Total deposits
..
.
56 Individuals partnerships and corporations
57 U S government
.
.
58 States and political subdivisions in the United States
59 Commercial banks in the United States
60 Other depository institutions in the United States
61 Banks in foreign countries
.
.
62 Foreign governments and official institutions
63 Certified and official checks
..
...

1,585,592
1,425,582
4,907
78,490
43,923
6,926
8,031
2,020
15,712

1,255,155
1,124,643
4,039
59,666
39,346
5,597
7,324
1,797
12,745

1,007,579
906,343
3,479
49,871
29,821
4,119
4,061
833
9,053

247,576
218,300
560
9,794
9,525
1,478
3,263
963
3,692

330,437
300,940
869
18,825
4,577
1,329
707
224
2,967

64 Total transaction accounts
.
...
65 Individuals partnerships and corporations
66 U S government
.
..
67 States and political subdivisions in the United States
68 Commercial bunks in the United States . .
...
69 Other depository institutions in the United States
70 Banks in foreign countries
.
71 Foreign governments and official institutions
72 Certified and official checks . .

534,750
453,372
3,471
19,488
28,955
5,411
7,283
1,057
15,712

437,953
366,205
2,831
15,980
27,501
4,776
6,909
1,007
12,745

343,370
290,406
2,371
13,067
20,765
3,429
3,810
470
9,053

94,583
75,799
460
2,913
6,735
1,347
3,100
537
3,692

96,796
87,168
640
3,508
1,454
635
374
50
2,967

73 Demand deposit** (included in total transaction accounts)
74 Individuals partnerships and corporations
75 U S government
76 States and political subdivisions in the United States
77 Commercial bmks in the United States . .
..
78 Other depository institutions in the United States
79 Banks in foreign countries
..
...
80 Foreign governments and official institutions
81 Certified and official checks .

...

393,882
319,062
3,426
12,984
28,954
5,405
7,281
1,056
15,712

329,555
262,788
2,791
11,042
27,500
4,774
6,908
1,007
12,745

252,418
203,579
2,335
8,979
20,765
3,427
3,810
470
9,053

77,137
59,209
456
2,063
6,735
1,347
3,098
537
3,692

64,328
56,274
635
1,942
1,454
632
374
50
2,967

...

1,050,842
972,210
1,436
59,002
14,968
815
14,153
1,515
748
17
731
963

817,202
758,438
1,208
43,686
11,845
161
11,684
821
415
12
403
790

664,209
615,937
1,108
36,804
9,055
96
8,960
690
252
2
250
363

152,993
142,501
99
6,881
2,790
65
2,725
131
163
10
153
426

233,640
213,772
228
15,317
3,123
655
2,468
694
333
5
328
174

94 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
95 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury .
.
96 Other borrowed money
97 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
98 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
99 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs . . .
100 Remaining liabilities
.
...

230,802
17,019
66,309
30,480
2,219
21,191
74,970

209,853
15,525
57,675
29,276
1,365
18,000
65,584

162,129
12,729
43,552
21,242
1,241
13,793
43,952

47,723
2,796
14,123
8,034
125
4,207
21,632

20,949
1,494
8,634
1,204
854
3,191
9,387

101 Total equity capital4

142,702

113,561

88,513

25,048

29,141

2,273
67,127
32,142
9,705
3,096

1,771
52,232
26,604
7,089
2,039

1,500
43,255
22,016
6,137
1,898

271
8,977
4,587
952
142

502
14,895
5,538
2,616
1,056

82 Total nontransaction accounts
83 Individuals ptirtnerships and corporations
...
84 U S government
85 States and political subdivisions in the United States
86 Commercial banks in the United States
87
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
88
Other conuiiercial banks in the United States . .
89 Other depository institutions in the United States
90 Banks in foreign countries
91
Foreign branches of other U S banks
92
Other banks in foreign countries
93 Foreign governments and official institutions
.

,

...

.
...

..

....

...

.

MEMO
102 Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
103 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
104 Total brokered deposits
105 Total brokered retail deposits
1 0 6 Issued i n denominations o f $100 0 0 0 o r less
"
.
.
107 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less .
...
Savings deposits
109 Other savings deposits
.
.
110 Total time deposits of less than $100 000
..
I l l Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
112 Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
113 All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
114 Total time and savings deposits
.
....
Quarterly averages
115 Total loans
116 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
.
117 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthori/ed transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
118 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
119 Other savings deposits
120 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
121 All other time deposits
122 Number of banks




.

..

.

6,609

...

4,239

810

1,559

233,940
108,212
247,338
200,695
27,017
102,746
925,601

189,726
84,539
208,980
162,822
18,143
85,714
755,162

44,215
23,673
38,358
37,873
8,874
17,032
170,439

60,703
32,018
82,571
54,451
3,897
30,847
266,109

1,315,930

...

5,050

294,643
140,230
329,910
255,146
30,914
133,593
1,191,710

1,066,214

856,586

209,628

249,715

50,438

42,626

31,564

11,062

7,812

137,430

106,383

87,529

18,854

31,047

294,741
141,096
248,953
354,793

234,091
108,480
195,958
270,161

190,312
85,531
159,230
223,360

43,778
22,949
36,729
46,801

60,651
32,617
52,994
84,631

2,547

1,481

1,253

228

1,066

205

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state
Percent of state total

Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

|

«

5

1 '

8

9

10

June 1987
United States (10,461)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Alabama (178)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.6
3.6

2.7
6.3

2.5
8.8

2.2
11.0

1.8
12.8

1.7
14.6

1.5
16.2

1.5
17.7

1.4
19.1

1.2
20.4

2.4
2.4

3.0
5.4

2.0
7.4

1.7
9.2

1.7
10.9

1.9
12.8

1.3
14.2

1.2
15.4

1.6
17.0

.5
17.6

21.9
21.9

17.3
39.2

14.5
53.7

11.9
65.7

4.4
70.1

1.5
71.6

1.5
73.1

1.2
74.4

.9
75.4

.6
76.1

21.1
21.1

16.5
37.6

15.2
52.9

10.1
63.0

4.7
67.7

1.5
69.2

1.4
70.7

1.3
72.0

1.1
73.1

.7
73.8

25.4
25.4

16.7
42.1

12.7
54.9

12.6
67.5

8.0
75.6

7.5
83.1

4.7
87.8

3.2
91.1

3.0
94.1

2.7
96.9

22.0
22.0

13.0
35.0

14.8
49.8

12.9
62.8

10.8
73.7

8.4
82.1

5.2
87.3

3.4
90.8

3.1
93.9

2.7
96.6

36.6
36.6

23.8
60.5

17.4
77.9

8.7
86.6

3.0
89.7

2.7
92.5

1.0
93.5

.5
94.1

.5
94.6

.4
95.0

. ..

38.4
38.4

24.3
62.7

16.9
79.7

8.5
88.2

1.9
90.1

2.0
92.1

1.0
93.2

.6
93.8

.5
94.4

.3
94.8

...

10.6
10.6

6.8
17.4

2.8
20.3

2.8
23.1

2.7
25.8

2.4
28.3

2.4
30.7

2.1
32.9

2.0
35.0

1.7
36.7

10.6
10.6

6.8
17.4

2.6
20.1

2.7
22.9

2.6
25.6

2.5
28.1

2.4
30.5

1.9
32.5

2.1
34.6

1.7
36.3

24.9
24.9

15.6
40.5

15.6
56.1

8.0
64.1

3.7
67.9

2.2
70.1

2.0
72.2

2.0
74.2

1.2
75.4

1.1
76.5

26.0
26.0

15.6
41.7

13.7
55.4

8.1
63.6

3.5
67.1

2.4
69.5

1.6
71.2

1.8
73.0

1.2
74.2

1.2
75.4

23.7
23.7

11.2
34.9

10.1
45.0

10.0
55.0

7.9
62.9

2.7
65.7

1.0
66.7

.8
67.6

.7
68.3

.6
69,0

23.1
23,1

10.7
33,9

8.2
42.1

10.5
52.7

8.0
60.8

2.7
63.5

1.1
64.6

.9
65.5

.8
66.4

,7
67,1

28.3
28.3

26.6
54.9

8.7
63.7

7.7
71.4

7.0
78.4

5.1
83.6

2.2
85.8

1.3
87.1

.8
88.0

.8
E8.9

....

24.4
24.4

26.7
51.2

9.1
60.3

7.8
68.1

7.4
75.5

5.4
81.0

2.4
83.4

1.5
85.0

1.0
86.0

1,0
87.1

....

13.7
13.7

7.5
21.3

6.2
27.5

6.0
33.6

6.0
39.6

5.1
44.8

4.9
49.8

4.8
54.6

4.3
58.9

3.7
62.7

6.6
6.6

12.9
19.5

10.4
30.0

3.7
33.7

4.2
37.9

4.1
42.1

5.8
48.0

.3
48.3

7.6
56.0

3.4
59.5

28.8
28.8

27.5
56.4

11.3
67.7

11.1
78.8

6.2
85.0

3.9
89.0

3.2
92.3

2.3
94.6

1.0
95.7

.6
96.4

27.8
27.8

26.1
54.0

11.6
65.6

11.0
76.7

6.7
83.4

4.5
87.9

3.5
91.5

2.4
93.9

1.3
95.3

.6
95.9

>

Alaska (13)
Assets
Per organization
,,
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . , . ,
Cumulative
..
Arizona (52)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Arkansas (219)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

.

California (439)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative ,

...

Colorado (261)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

Connecticut (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Delaware (41)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .
District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

206



,

....

...

....

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1987
Florida (3 15)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.7
19.7

11.8
31.5

11.5
43.1

7.9
51.0

7.5
58.6

7.1
65.7

4.5
70.3

4.5
74.8

1.4
76.2

.9
77.2

20.7
20.7

12.4
33.1

10.4
43.6

7.7
51.3

6.3
57.6

6.6
64.2

4.7
69.0

4.6
73.6

1.3
74.9

1.0
75.9

Georgia (269)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.1
20.1

16.8
37.0

14.5
51.5

7.2
58.7

5.5
64.3

3.3
67.6

3.0
70.7

2.1
72.8

1.9
74.7

1.0
75.7

18.5
18.5

15.6
34.2

13.0
47.2

7.3
54.5

5.9
60.5

3.6
64.2

2.8
67.0

2.4
69.4

2.1
71.6

1.0
72.6

Hawaii (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative , .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.8
41.8

32.2
74.0

5.7
79.7

5.6
85.4

3.4
88.9

3.3
92.2

2.3
94.5

1.9
96.5

1.5
98.0

.7
98.8

42.4
42.4

32.3
74.7

5.9
80.7

5.8
86.6

3.5
90.1

2.0
92.2

2.4
94.7

2.0
96.7

1.3
98.0

.8
98.8

Idaho (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.8
37.8

25.1
62.9

12.0
75.0

9.0
84.0

3.3
87.3

2.5
89.8

1.7
91.6

1.6
93.2

1.1
94.3

.8
95.2

36.5
36.5

24.7
61.2

12.5
73.7

9.0
82.8

3.6
86.4

2.5
88.9

1.8
90.8

1.7
92.6

1.2
93.9

.9
94.8

Illinois (896)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . „

18.0
18.0

14.5
32.6

5.9
38.5

4.6
43.1

1.2
44.4

1.2
45.6

1.1
46.7

1.0
47.8

1.0
48.8

.9
49.8

13.7
13.7

7.8
21.6

5.4'
27.0

4.1
31.1

1.5
32.6

1.2
33.9

1.3
35.2

1.2
36.5

1.0
37.5

1.2
38.7

Indiana (262)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . „

11.3
11.3

10.4
21.7

8.0
29.8

4.0
33.8

3.2
37.1

3.0
40.1

3.0
43.1

2.7
45.9

2.4
48.3

2.1
50.5

9.9
9.9

9.4
19.4

7.2
26.6

4.1
30.8

3.0
33.9

3.0
36.9

3.1
40.1

2.6
42.7

2.4
45.2

2.2
47.4

Iowa (488)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.5
7.5

7.1
14.6

4.8
19.5

4.8
24.3

3.6
28.0

3.1
31.2

1.7
32.9

1.6
34.5

1.4
35.9

.9
36.9

7.3
7.3

6.8
14.2

3.4
17.6

5.1
22.7

3.6
26.4

3.2
29.7

1.6
31.4

1.4
32.8

1.4
34.3

.7
35.0

Kansas (565)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

10.5
10.5

2.8
13.4

2.4
15.8

1.6
17.4

1.5
19.0

1.5
20.5

1.5
22.1

1.3
23.5

1.2
24.8

1.2
26.0

9.9
9.9

2.5
12.4

2.3
14.8

1.6
16.5

1.5
18.0

1.2
19.3

1.5
20.8

1.4
22.3

1.2
23.5

1.3
24.8

15.3
15.3

14.4
29.8

6.8
36.6

4.1
40.7

2.0
42.8

1.9
44.8

1.3
46.1

1.2
47.4

1.0
48.5

1.0
49.5

10.8
10.8

13.4
24.2

6.6
30.9

3.7
34.6

2.1
36.7

2.0
38.8

1.4
40.3

1.3
41.6

1.1
42.7

1.1
43.9

12.5
12.5

12.1
24.6

10.1
34.8

7.3
42.2

3.1
45.3

2.0
47.3

1.8
49.2

1.5
50.8

1.4
52.3

1.3
53.7

12.3
12.3

11.7
24.0

9.1
33.1

7.2
40.4

2.9
43.3

2.0
45.4

1.8
47.3

1.5
48.8

1.4
50.3

1.3
51.6

Kentucky (276)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Louisiana (265)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




,,

,

207

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

June 1987
Maine (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maryland (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.,

20.8
42.1

15.6
57.7

13.5
71.3

12.7
84.0

2.3
86.4

2.0
88.5

1.9
90.5

1.9
92.4

1.7
94.1

21.8
42.1

15.6
57.8

13.1
71.0

13.0
84.0

2.5
86.6

2.2
88.8

1.1
90.0

2.0
92.0

18
93.8

19.6
19.6

...

21.2
21.2
20 3
20.3

..

11.4
31.0

10.6
41.6

8.5
50.2

8.5
58.7

7.9
66.7

6.2
72.9

4.3
77.3

2.6
79.9

2.^
82.4

....

....

18.4
18.4

11.7
30.1

9.9
40.1

8.9
49.0

7.4
56.4

8.9
65.4

7.1
72.5

4.8
77.4

2.9
E03

.2
HO. 6

..

...

19.7
19.7

18.7
38.4

12.3
50.7

12.2
63.0

10.4
73.4

8.0
81.4

3.1
84.6

3.0
87.6

2.4
90.1

1.0
91.1

16.8
16.8

18.9
35.8

14.1
49.9

11.9
61.8

11.2
73.0

6.1
79.2

3.5
82.7

3.4
86.1

2.5
88.7

1.1
899

Michigan (173)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.0
23.0

13.0
36.0

10.6
46.7

9.3
56.0

9.2
65.2

7.3
72.6

3.1
75.7

2.7
78.4

1.3
79.8

1.2
81.0

20.6
20.6

13.0
33.7

10.7
44.4

9.9
54.4

8.9
633

7.3
70.7

3.4
74.1

2.7
76.8

1.3
78.2

1.2
79.5

Minnesota (568)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

36 1
36.1

206
56.8

32
60.1

1.9
62.0

1.7
63.8

.9
64.7

.6
65.3

.5
65.9

,4
66.3

A
66.7

27.8
27 8

19.5
47 3

3.7
51 0

2.3
53 3

1.8
55.2

1.0
56.2

.8
57.0

.6
57 7

.4
58 2

58 7

Mississippi (133)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.9
17.9

13.1
31.1

6.8
38.0

6.5
44.5

4.9
49.4

2.5
52.0

1.8
53.8

1.7
55.5

1.5
57.0

1.2
583

16.6
16.6

12.5
29.1

6.6
35.8

6.8
42.6

5.0
47.6

2.5
50.2

1.9
52.1

1.7
53.9

1.6
55.5

13
56.9

16.3
16.3

12.0
28.3

9.8
38.1

9.8
47.9

5.6
53.6

2.9
56.6

2.7
59.3

2.1
61.4

2.1
63.5

1,5
65.1

13.9
13 9

11.2
25 2

9.0
34 2

10.1
44 4

5.9
503

2.9
53 2

3.0
56.3

2.3
58 6

23
609

1.6
62 S

26.2
26.2

10.5
36.8

8.1
44.9

4.4
49.4

4.0
53.4

3.6
57.1

3.2
60.3

2.2
62.6

1.7
643

1.4
65.8

23.7
23 7

10.6
34 4

8.4
42 8

4.6
47 .4

4.1
51.6

3.8
55.4

3,1
58.6

2.2
60.8

1,8
62 6

1.5
64 1

12 5
12.5

83
20.8

55
26.4

53
31.8

12
33.0

12
34.3

10
35.4

9
36.4

9
373

9
38.2

12 1
12.1

77
19.8

55
25.4

53
30.8

1.3
32.1

1.3
33.4

1.0
34.5

9
35.5

9
36.4

9
373

33 5
33.5

27 3
60.8

17 2
78.1

70
85.1

5.5
90.6

2.5
93.2

1.9
95.:

15
96.7

9
97.7

6
983

41 9
41 9

8.8
50 7

21.5
72 2

8.5
80 8

7.0
87 8

3.3
91 2

2.5
93 7

20
95 8

1 i
97 0

8
97 9

Massachusetts (68)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Missouri (403)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Montana (105)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Nebraska (398)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Nevada (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

208



,.

, ..
....
..

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,

f;

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

,

|

<

|

7

|

.

9

10

June 1987
New Hampshire (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Jersey (88)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Mexico (61)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

13.6
529

8.1
61.0

6.4
67.5

3.7
71.3

3.0
74.3

2.9
77 2

2.1
79 3

1.6
81 0

18.9
38 7

12.6
51.3

7.9
59.3

6.6
66.0

4.0
70.0

3.0
73.0

3.0
76.1

2.2
78 3

1.7
80 0

15 7
35.3

11.4
46.7

6.1
52.9

5.0
57.9

4.0
61.9

3.4
65.4

3.1
68.5

18
71.4

27
74.2

17 4
17 4

15.0
32 4

11.3
43 8

6.3
50.2

5.2
55.4

4.3
59.8

3.7
63.5

3.2
668

3.1
700

2.7
72 7

26.7
26 7

..

19.2
39 3

19 6
196

....

20 0
20 0

19.8
19 8

...

12.2
39 0

10.0
49.1

9.9
59.0

3.4
62.4

2.8
65.2

2.3
67.6

1.8
69.4

1.6
71.1

1.5
72.7

.

..

26 5
26.5

109
37.4

10.1
47.6

10.1
57.7

3.5
61.2

3.0
64.2

2,1
66.3

1.9
68.3

1.7
70.0

1.6
71.6

.

..

18 7
18 7

11 9
30.7

11 0
41.7

8.9
50.7

7.2
57.9

6.8
64.7

4.4
69.2

44
73.6

37
77.4

23
79.8

17 8
17 8

12.6
30 4

10.3
40.7

9.4
50.2

4.3
54.5

5.6
60.2

4.0
64.2

5.5
69.8

4.7
74.5

3.0
77.5

North Carolina (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24 3
24.3

22 6
46.9

20.0
66.9

6.5
73.5

5.6
79.1

3.3
82.4

3.2
85.7

2.7
88.5

2.0
90.5

1.5
92.1

17.4
17 4

22.1
39.5

21.4
61.0

7.3
68.3

6.7
75.0

4.0
79.0

4.0
83.0

3.2
86.3

2.3
88.7

1.9
90.6

North Dakota (139)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13 8
13.8

13 4
27.2

6.0
33.2

3.3
36.6

2.6
39.3

2.1
41.4

2.0
43.5

1.9
45.4

1.4
46.9

1.2
48.2

13 2
13.2

13 2
26.4

61
32.5

3.4
36.0

2.6
38.7

2.1
40.8

2.1
42.9

1.8
44.7

1.3
46.1

1.2
47.4

Ohio (233)
Assets
Per organization!
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16 6
16 6

13 1
29.7

97
39.4

8.5
48.0

7.4
55.4

4.8
60.3

44
64.7

3.9
68.6

3.7
72.4

2.8
75.3

14.7
14.7

12.9
27.6

9.8
37.5

8.6
46.1

7.4
53.6

4.8
58.5

4.4
62.9

3.7
66.6

3.6
70.3

3.1
73.4

11.1
11 1

9.6
20.7

4.1
24.9

2.3
27.3

1.6
28.9

1.4
30.4

1.3
31.7

1.0
32.8

.9
33.7

.9
34.7

100
10 0

89
18.9

32
22.2

24
24.6

1.6
26.2

1.3
27.6

1.3
29.0

.9
29.9

.9
30.9

.9
31.9

....

44 8
44 8

29.7
74 5

5.5
80.0

5.2
85.3

1.7
87.0

1.5
88.5

1.3
89.9

.9
90.8

.6
91.5

.5
92.0

...

40.1
40 1

31.5
71.6

6.1
77.7

5.4
83.2

2.0
85.2

1.5
86.7

1.6
88.3

1.1
89.5

.7
90.2

.6
90.8

..

19.5
19 5

17.1
36.6

7.7
44.3

7.3
51.7

4.9
56.7

3.7
60.4

3.5
64.0

2.3
66.3

2.3
68.6

2.0
70.6

17.5
17.5

13.5
31.0

7.4
38.5

7.3
45.8

5.3
51.2

4.3
55.5

3.1
58.6

2.8
61.4

2.6
64.1

1.8
65.9

New York (168)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Oklahoma (464)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oregon (54)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Pennsylvania (237)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




....

.

....

...

.
....

...

...

209

75* Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

June 1987
Rhode Island (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
,
Deposits
Per organization . . , .
Cumulative

52.7
52.7

23 9
76.7

7.7
84.4

5.0
89.4

3.7
93.2

2.5
95.8

1.2
97.0

.9
98.0

8
98. 8

9<>.2

44.2
44 2

27.0
71 3

9.8
81 1

5.8
87 0

4.6
91 6

3.3
95 0

1.5
96.5

1.0
97 5

.9
98 5

90 1

South Carolina (72)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

27 8
27.8

20 6
48 4

15 7
642

64
70.6

47
75 3

22
77.6

16
79.2

16
80.9

15
82 4

P9

24 8
24.8

21 5
46.3

13 6
60.0

7.2
67.3

53
72.6

2.4
75.0

1.7
76.8

1.8
78.6

17
80.4

1 6
82.0

South Dakota (116)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

57.4
57 4

8.6
66 1

6.0
72 1

3.3
754

1.6
77 1

1.5
78 6

1.1
79.8

.9
807

.7
81 S

.6
82 2

21 3
21.3

16 3
37.6

100
47.6

31
50.8

34
54.2

30
57.2

22
59.4

19
61.4

14
62 8

14
64 3

Tennessee (225)
Assets
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization ,
Cumulative

14.9
14 9

14 7
29 6

13.4
43 1

9.8
52 9

59
58 8

3.4
62 3

2.8
65 1

1.2
66 3

10
67 4

8
68 3

..

14 2
14.2

13 5
27.7

13 4
41.1

10.1
51.2

52
56.5

32
59.7

27
62.5

13
63.8

10
64.9

9
65 8

...

20 6
20.6

12 9
33 6

94
43 0

74
50.4

53
55 8

31
590

16
60.6

16
62.2

7
63 0

5
63 5

....

17.0
17 0

12 8
29 9

84
38 3

7.0
45 3

49
50 2

3.4
53 7

1.7
55 4

17
57 2

7
58 0

*»8 6

Utah (47)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization ,
Cumulative . . .

27 5
27.5

23 6
51 1

93
604

80
68.5

73
75 8

32
79 1

24
81.5

20
83 6

13
85 0

1 i
86 2

25.9
25 9

24.1
50 1

9.8
60 0

8.7
68 7

75
76 3

27
79 1

2.8
81 9

2
82 1

13
83 5

I 3
84 8

Vermont (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20 6
206

15 4
360

14 5
50 5

12 3
62 8

10 5
73 4

66
800

44
84 4

20
86 5

19
88 5

19
90 4

20 2
20.2

15 5
35 8

14 6
50.4

12 3
62.7

10 0
72 7

66
794

45
83.9

22
86 1

t0
88 1

20
90 1

Virginia (136)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative . . .

21 9
21 9

15 2
37 2

12 0
492

11 6
60.8

78
68 6

71
75 7

54
81.2

22
83 4

9
84 4

85 2

22.9
22 9

13 7
36 7

10 7
47 4

10 2
57 7

77
65 4

80
73 4

58
79 2

24
81 7

10
82 7

83 7

29 3
29 3

23 1
52 4

10 8
63 3

73
70 6

65
77 1

62
83 4

23
85 8

20
87 8

QQ y

26 8
26 8

21 9
48 7

11 7
60 5

77
68 3

70
75 3

66
81 9

24
84 4

20
86 4

1 1

6

87 5

88 1

10 7
10.7

98
20.6

49
25 5

27
28.3

26
30 9

26
33 6

24
36.0

20
38 0

17
39 7

1 6
41 3

10 3
10 3

95
19 8

49
24 7

24
27 2

27
29 9

24
324

23
34 7

19
36 7

17
38 4

1 7
40 2

Texas (1,231)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
,
Deposits
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative

..

....

Washington (89)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
West Virginia (156)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

210



,

10

4
.5

1 4

6

8
9

5
89 4

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State aid item1

10

June 1987
Wisconsin (367)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Wyoming (57)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.3
16.3

12.0
28.4

10.8
39.2

5.5
44.7

3.3
48.1

3.1
51.2

2.9
54.1

1.8
56.0

1.0
57.0

57.9

15.7
15.7

11.5
27.2

10.4
37.6

5.7
43.3

3.3
46.7

3.0
49.7

2.3
52.0

1.9
53.9

1.1
55.1

.8
55.9

20.6
20.6

10.2
30.8

9.7
40.6

4.5
45.1

4.5
49.6

3.7
53.4

3.7
57.1

2.7
59.9

2.4
62.4

2.4
64.8

20.5
20.5

9.8
30.3

9.9
40.2

4.6
44.9

4.6
49.5

3.6
53.1

3.8
57.0

2.9
60.0

2.5
62.5

2.4
65.0

December 1987
United States (10,271)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.6
3.6

2.5
6.2

2.3
8.5

2.1
10.7

1.8
12.5

1.6
14.2

1.5
15.7

1.5
17.2

1.3
18.6

1.1
19.8

2.3
2.3

2.9
5.2

1.9
7.2

1.7
9.0

1.9
10.9

1.8
12.7

1.5
14.3

1.2
15,5

1.1
16.7

.7
17.4

Alabama (178)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.9
21.9

17.6
39.5

14.2
53.7

12.3
66.0

4.3
70.4

1.6
72.0

1.5
73.6

1.3
74.9

.9
75.9

.6
76.6

20.9
20.9

17.2
38.1

15.1
53.3

9.6
63.0

4.7
67.8

1.4
69.2

1.5
70.8

1.3
72.1

1.1
73.2

.7
74.0

Alaska (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

34.8
34.8

24.8
59.7

17.1
76.9

11.5
88.4

3.1
91.6

2.9
94.5

2.4
97.0

1.2
98.2

1.1
99.3

.5
99.9

35.7
35.7

24.4
60.2

14.2
74.4

12.5
87.0

3.5
90.5

3.3
93.8

2.7
96.6

1.4
98.0

1.3
99.3

.5
99.9

35.8
35.8

24,0
59.8

16.9
76.8

8.6
85.4

3.4
88.8

3.3
92.2

1.0
93.3

.5
93.8

.5
94.4

.4
94.9

37.9
37.9

24.0
62.0

16.9
78.9

8.6
87.5

2.1
89.7

2.2
91.9

1.0
92.9

.5
93.5

.6
94.1

.3
94.5

10.2
10.2

6.6
16.9

2.9
19.8

2.8
22.7

2.8
25.5

2.8
28.3

2.5
30.8

2.3
33.1

2.1
35.2

2.0
37.3

10.3
10.3

6.6
17.0

2.7
19.7

2.8
22.5

2.7
25.2

2.7
28.0

2.4
30.5

2.3
32.8

1.9
34.8

2.0
36.8

24.1
24.1

16.6
40.7

14.4
55.1

7.3
62.4

3.7
66.1

2.3
68.4

2.1
70.6

2.0
72.7

1.4
74.1

1.1
75.2

25.6
25.6

15.6
41.3

13.7
55.0

7.7
62.7

3.4
66.2

2.4
68.7

1.6
70.4

1.8
72.2

1.4
73.6

1.2
74.8

22.6
22.6

11.3
34.0

10.3
44.3

10.2
54.6

8.3
62.9

2.6
65.6

1.0
66.7

.8
67.6

.8
68.4

.6
69.0

22.1
22.1

10.9
33.0

10.8
43.9

8.0
51.9

8.4
60.4

2.7
63.1

1.1
64.3

.9
65.2

.9
66.1

.7
66.9

29.5
29.5

25.4
54.9

8.7
63.7

7.2
70.9

6.8
77.8

5.1
82.9

2.1
85.1

1.3
86.4

.9
87.3

.9
88.2

25.3
25.3

25.9
51.2

9.3
60.5

7.6
68.2

7.3
75.5

5.3
80.8

2.1
83.0

1.5
84.5

1.0
85.6

1.0
86.6

Arizona (49)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Arkansas (216)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
California (438)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Colorado (259)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Connecticut (57)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




211

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1987
Delaware (44)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative
,

13.8
13.8

8.3
22.1

6.7
28.8

5.8
34.6

5.6
40.2

5.1
45.3

4.7
50.1

4.0
54.1

3.9
58.0

3.7
61.8

6.9
6.9

13.3
20.3

12.1
32.4

3.3
35.7

.8
36.6

6.0
42.6

5.6
48.3

3.8
52.2

6.9
59.1

1.6
60.7

District of Columbia (20)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

28.0
28.0

27.3
55.3

12.0
67.3

11.5
78.9

6.1
85.0

4.2
89.2

3.4
92.6

2.0
94.6

1.0
95.7

.6
96.4

25.3
25.3

27.0
52.4

12.3
64.7

12.0
76.7

6.6
83.3

4.5
87.9

3.8
91.8

2.2
94.0

1.2
95.3

.3
96.1

Florida (321)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.2
19.2

11.7
31.0

10.7
41.8

8.8
50.6

6.8
57.5

6.5
64.0

4.5
68.6

4.5
73.1

1.8
74.9

1.4
76.4

20.2
20.2

12.2
32.5

9.8
42.3

7.4
49.8

6.5
56.3

6.2
62.6

4.5
67.1

4.7
71.8

1.9
73.7

1.2
74.9

Georgia (270)
Assets .
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.0
21.0

16.6
37.7

13.5
51.2

7.8
59.0

7.1
66.2

3.4
69.7

2.9
72.6

2.0
74.6

1.0
75.7

.6
76.3

18.6
18.6

15.8
34.4

12.8
47.3

7.3
54.6

8.0
62.6

3.7
66.3

2.8
69.2

2.3
71.6

1.0
72.6

.6
73.2

Hawaii (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

42.2
42.2

32.4
74.7

5.6
80.3

5.4
85.8

3.5
89.3

3.3
92.7

2.1
94.9

1.9
96.8

1.3
98.1

.7
98.9

. . .

43.2
43.2

32.5
75.7

5.9
81.7

5.7
87.4

1.8
89.2

3.5
92.7

2.2
95.0

1.9
96.9

1.1
98.1

.8
98.9

....

39.5
39.5

24.3
63.9

11.4
75.4

8.4
83.9

3.3
87.2

2.6
89.8

1.8
91.6

1.6
93.3

1.0
94.3

.9
95.3

36.9
36.9

24.1
61.0

12.5
73.6

8.8
82.5

3.6
86.1

2.6
88.7

1.9
90.7

1.8
92.6

1.2
93.8

1.0
94.9

Illinois (880)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.3
18.3

13.8
32.2

6.1
38.3

5.0
43.3

1.7
45.1

1.3
46.4

1.1
47.6

1.1
48.7

1.0
49.8

.8
50.6

14.8
14.8

8.4
23.2

5.4
28.7

4.6
33.3

2.0
35.3

1.3
36.7

1.3
38.0

1.2
39.3

1.0
40.4

1.0
41.4

Indiana (251)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.1
11.1

10.8
22.0

8.3
30.3

4.2
34.5

3.3
37.9

3.1
41.0

3.0
44.1

2.8
46.9

2.7
49.7

2.4
52.1

10.4
10.4

9.6
20.0

7.7
27.8

4.2
32.1

3.2
35.3

3.1
38.4

3.2
41.6

2.7
44.3

2.8
47.2

2.5
49.7

Iowa (482)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.9
7.9

7.7
15.6

5.0
20.7

4.4
25.2

3.5
28.7

3.0
31.7

1.8
33.6

1.6
35.3

1.4
36.7

.8
37.6

7.4
7.4

7.3
14.7

3.4
18.2

4.7
22.9

3.6
26.6

3.1
29. 8

1.7
31.5

1.5
33.0

1.4
34.5

.H
35.3

Kansas (558)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

10.5
10.5

3.6
14.2

2.2
16.4

1.7
18.1

1.7
19.8

1.6
21.5

1.5
23.0

1.5
24.5

1.3
25.9

1.3
27.2

10.0
10.0

3.1
13.1

2.2
15.3

1.3
16.7

1.8
18.5

1.5
20.1

1.5
21.7

1.5
23.2

1.3
24.6

1.3
25.9

Idaho (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

212



..

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of stats total
Rank, by total assets

State imd item1

10

December 1987
Kentucky (272)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.9
15.9

14.6
30.5

6.5
37.0

4.1
41.2

2.1
43.3

1.9
45.3

1.5
46.8

1.2
48.1

1.0
49.1

1.0
50.2

12.4
12.4

12.7
25.1

6.7
31.8

4.1
35.9

2.1
38.1

2.0
40.1

1.6
41.7

1.2
43.0

1.1
44.1

1.1
45.3

13.2
13.2

12.1
25.3

10.8
36.1

7.8
44.0

4.1
48.1

4.0
52.1

3.0
55.1

2.9
58.1

2.5
60.6

2.3
63.0

13.1
13.1

11.8
24.9

9.6
34.6

7.5
42.1

3.8
46.0

4.1
50.1

2.9
53.0

2.9
56.0

2.3
58.4

2.4
60.8

Maine (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.2
21.2

20.8
42.1

15.6
57.7

13.5
71.3

12.7
84.0

2.3
86.4

2.0
88.5

1.9
90.5

1.9
92.4

1.7
94.1

20.3
20.3

21.8
42.1

15.6
57.8

13.1
71.0

13.0
84.0

2.5
86.6

2.2
88.8

1.1
90.0

2.0
92.0

1.8
93.8

Maryland (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.2
20.2

10.8
31.0

9.7
40.8

8.2
49.0

7.6
56.7

7.3
64.0

6.5
70.6

3.8
74.4

2.6
77.1

2.6
79.7

18.2
18.2

11.0
29.2

8.9
38.2

8.5
46.7

8.4
55.2

6.8
62.0

7.6
69.7

4.3
74.0

3.0
77.0

3.0
80.1

20.4
20.4

19.4
39.9

13.5
53.4

11.5
64.9

9.9
74.9

7.1
82.0

2.9
85.0

2.8
87.9

2.2
90.1

.9
91.1

16.9
16.9

18.0
34,9

16.3
51.2

10.8
62.0

11.0
73.1

5.9
79.1

3.4
82.5

3.4
85.9

2.3
88.3

1.1
89.5

Michigan (166)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative...,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

22.0
22.0

13.4
35.5

10.6
46.1

9.4
55.6

9.3
64.9

7.5
72.5

2.6
75.1

2.4
77.6

1.3
78.9

1.3
80.2

20.5
20.5

12.5
33.0

10.7
43.8

9.9
53.7

8.8
62.6

7.6
70.3

2.6
72.9

2.6
75.6

1.4
77.0

1.2
78.3

Minnesota (560)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

32.8
32.8

21.6
54.5

3.4
57.9

2.0
59.9

1.9
61.8

.9
62.7

.6
63.4

.5
64.0

.4
64.4

.4
64.8

27.6
27.6

19.5
47.1

3.6
50.7

2.3
53.0

1.9
55.0

.9
56.0

.8
56.8

.6
57.5

.4
58.0

.4
58.5

18.2
18.2

15.1
33.3

7.2
40.5

6.4
47.0

4.9
52.0

2.5
54.5

1.8
56.4

1.7
58.1

1,5
59.7

1.2
60.9

17.0
17.0

14.7
31.7

7.0
38.8

6.6
45.5

5.0
50.5

2.6
53.1

1.9
55.1

1.7
56.9

1.6
58.5

1.3
59.8

Missouri (399)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

15.8
15.8

11.9
27.8

9.8
37.6

9.6
47.3

6.0
53.3

2.9
56.3

2.7
59.1

2.2
61.3

2.1
63.5

1.5
65.0

13.9
13.9

11.3
25.3

10.1
35.4

8.8
44.3

6.3
50.6

2.9
53.5

2.9
56.5

2.4
59.0

2.3
61.3

1.6
62.9

Montana (108)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

24.9
24.9

10.5
35.4

8.2
43.6

4.2
47.9

3.8
51.8

3.6
55.4

3.2
58.6

2.3
60.9

1.7
62.6

1.4
64.1

21.9
21.9

10.8
32.7

8.4
41.1

4.4
45.6

4.0
49.7

3.7
53.4

3.2
56.6

2.2
58.9

1.8
60.7

1.4
62.2

Louisiana (253)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Massachusetts (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
e

perSo?ganization
Cumulative

Mississippi (127)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




213

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1987
Nebraska (391)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.4
12.4

8.4
20.9

6.2
27.1

5.6
32.7

1.3
34.1

1.2
35.3

1.1
36.4

1.0
37.5

1.0
38.5

.9
39.4

11.6
11.6

7.8
19.5

6.2
25.7

5.5
31.2

1.4
32.6

1.2
33.9

1.1
35.1

1.0
36.1

1.0
37.2

.9
3iU

32.2
32.2

31.0
63.2

21.2
84.5

6.7
91.2

2.3
93.5

1.8
95.4

1.4
96.8

.9
97.7

.7
98.4

.2
98.7

7.0
7.0

41.8
48.8

29.5
78.4

8.9
87.3

3.3
90.7

2,6
93.3

2.0
95.4

1.2
96.7

1.0
97.8

.4
98.2

18.9
18.9

18.4
37.3

11.9
49.3

10.7
60.1

7.8
68.0

6.4
74.4

2.8
77.3

2.0
79.3

1.6
81.0

1.6
82.6

18.6
18.6

18.7
37.4

11.6
49.0

8.5
57.5

8.2
65.8

6.9
72.7

2.9
75.7

2.1
77.9

1.8
79.7

1.7
81.5

19.3
19.3

15.6
35.0

11.4
46.4

6.5
52.9

5.1
58.0

4.1
62.2

3.3
65.5

3.0
68.5

2.9
71.4

2.7
74.1

17.8
17.8

14.4
32.3

10.9
43.2

6.5
49.7

5.3
55.1

4.3
59.5

3.6
63.1

3.3
66.5

3.2
69.7

2.6
72.3

27.1
27.1

12.6
39.8

9.7
49.6

9.4
59.0

3.3
62.4

2.9
653

2.2
67.5

1.8
69.4

1.6
71.1

1.3
72,7

26.9
26.9

11.0
37.9

9.8
47.8

9.6
57.4

3.5
60.9

3.0
63.9

2.0
66.0

1.9
67.9

1.7
69.7

1.6
71.3

New York (170)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.0
19.0

11.7
30.7

10.4
41.1

8.5
49.7

7.2
56.9

7.1
64.1

4.4
68.5

4.3
72.8

3.9
76.8

2.5
79.3

17.2
17.2

12.9
30.1

10.6
40.8

9.1
49.9

4.6
54.6

5.5
60.1

3.8
64.0

5.3
69.4

4.6
74.0

1.9
76.0

North Carolina (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
..

25.2
25.2

24.3
49.5

19.0
68.5

6.2
74.8

5.2
80.0

3.3
83.3

3.1
86.5

2.6
89.1

1.8
91.0

1.5
92.5

16.7
16.7

22.6
39.4

21.2
60.7

7.2
67.9

6.5
74.5

4.2
78,7

4.0
82.8

3.3
86.2

2.3
88.5

1.9
90.5

North Dakota (136)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.8
13.8

12.2
26.0

5.9
32.0

4.2
36.2

2.6
38.8

2.1
41.0

2.1
43.1

2.0
45.2

1.9
47.1

1.6
48.8

13.4
13.4

11.7
25.2

6.0
31.2

4.3
35.6

2.6
38.2

2.2
40.4

2.1
42.6

2.0
44.6

1.8
46.5

1.5
48.1

Ohio (230)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.0
16.0

13.2
29.3

9.4
38.8

8.3
47.1

7.7
54.9

5.1
60.1

4.4
64.6

4.0
68.6

3.6
72.3

28
752

15.0
15.0

13.2
28.3

9.6
37.9

7.7
45.7

7.3
53.1

4.9
58.0

4.5
62.6

4.0
66.6

3.6
70.3

3.1
73,4

9.5
9.5

9.1
18.7

4.4
23.1

2.9
26.0

1.7
27.8

1.5
29.3

1.3
30.7

1.3
32.0

1.0
33.1

1.0
34.1

9.1
9.1

8.3
17.4

3.2
20.6

3.0
23.7

1.6
25.4

1.4
26.8

1.4
28.2

1.2
29.5

1.1
30.6

1.0
31.6

Nevada (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Hampshire (35)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

.

New Jersey (91)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...

New Mexico (61)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

Oklahoma (443)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

214



.

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1987
Oregon (51)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

....
....

6.7
80.8

5,9
86.7

1.7
88.5

1.4
90.0

.9
90.9

.5
91.4

.5
92.0

.4
92.5

....

Rhode Island (12)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Carolina (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
„
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Dakota (115)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . . . . . . . .

Texas (1,214)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

30.5
74.0

39.8
39.8

31.9
71.7

6.4
78.2

6.5
84.8

2.0
86.8

1.7
88.5

1.0
89.6

.6
90.3

.6
90.9

.5
91.5

....

18.0
18.0

17.4
35.5

7.9
43.5

7.5
51.0

5.0
56.0

3.8
59.9

3.6
63.5

2.4
65.9

2.2
68.2

2.0
70.2

....

16.8
16.8

14.1
30.9

7.2
38.2

7.1
45.3

5.3
50.6

4.3
55.0

3.2
58.3

2.7
61.0

2.6
63.7

1.9
65.7

. ..

53.1
53.1

23.4
76.6

7.7
84.3

5.1
89.4

4.3
93.8

2.6
96.4

1.2
97.7

.9
98.6

.5
99.1

.4
99.6

....

42.5
42.5

27.6
70.2

10.3
80.5

6.0
86.6

5.5
92.1

3.5
95.7

1.6
97.3

1.0
98.3

.6
99.0

.5
99.5

....

26.6
26.6

19.3
46.0

17.5
63.5

6.7
70.3

4.5
74.8

2.1
77.0

1.7
78.7

1.6
80.3

1.5
81.9

1.4
83.3

..

25.2
25.2

20.6
45.8

13.5
59.4

6.6
66.0

5.2
71.2

2.5
73.8

1.9
75.7

1.9
77.6

1.8
79.4

1.6
81.0

..

58.9
58.9

8.2
67.1

5.6
72.8

3.1
75.9

1.5
77.4

1.4
78.8

1.3
80.1

1.0
81.2

.8
82.0

.6
82.7

....

22.5
22.5

16.6
39.2

5.9
45.1

2.6
47.7

3.3
51.1

3.0
54.1

2.8
57.0

2.2
59.3

1.9
61.2

1.3
62.5

....

15.4
15.4

13.7
29.1

13.5
42.7

9.9
52.7

6.3
59.0

3.4
62.4

3.3
65.7

1.2
67.0

1.0
68.1

.9
69.0

..

14.2
14.2

13.3
27.5

14.0
41.5

9.8
51.4

5.3
56.7

3.2
60.0

3.1
63.2

1.4
64.6

1.0
65.6

.9
66.6

....

20.7
20.7

11.8
32.6

9.6
42.3

7.3
49.7

5.0
54.7

3.1
57.8

1.7
59.6

1.5
61.1

.7
61.9

.5
62.5

. . ..

16.6
16.6

12.0
28.6

8.7
37.4

6.8
44.2

4.5
48.8

3.3
52.2

1.8
54.0

1.7
55.8

.8
56.6

.6
57.3

27.2
27.2

22.7
49.9

9.1
59.0

8.4
67.5

7.4
74.9

3.4
78.4

2.6
81.0

2.2
83.2

1.6
84.9

1.2
86.1

26.3
26.3

22.3
48.6

9.9
58.5

9.4
67.9

7.6
75.6

2.9
78.6

.2
78.8

2.4
81.3

1.7
83.1

1.3
84.5

,

Pennsylvania (228)
Assets
Per organization; . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Tennessee (222)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.

43.5
43.5

Utah (46)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Vermont (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

19.9
19.9

15.3
35.2

14.2
49.4

12.7
62,1

10.8
73.0

6.4
79.4

4.6
84.1

2.2
86.3

1.9
88.2

1.8
90.1

....

19.9
19.9

15.5
35.4

14.2
49.7

12.6
62.3

10.6
72.9

6.2
79.1

4.7
83.8

2.2
86.1

2.0
88.1

1.9
90.0

Virginia (137)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . . . . .

....
..

21.1
21.1

15.4
36.5

12.4
49.0

11.3
60.3

7.9
68.2

6.8
75.1

5.6
80.8

2.2
83.0

.9
83.9

.8
84.8

21.6
21.6

14.6
36.2

11.3
47.5

10.2
57.8

7.5
65.3

7.7
73.1

5.8
78.9

2.4
81.4

.9
82.4

.9
83.3




215

75. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1987
Washington (86)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.5
29.5

22.4
52.0

10.6
62.7

7.5
70.2

6.6
76.8

5.7
82.6

2.7
85.3

2.0
87.3

1.0
88.4

,6
89,0

28.3
28.3

21.1
49.4

11.1
60.6

7.7
68.3

7.0
75.4

5.9
81.4

2.9
84.3

2.0
86.3

1.1
87.4

6
88,0

11.8
11.8

10.2
22.1

4.3
26.4

3.6
30.0

3.4
33.5

2.7
36.2

2.4
38.7

2.0
40.7

1.7
42.5

1.6
44.1

11.4
11,4

10.1
21.5

4.2
25.8

3.4
29.2

3.4
32.7

2.5
35.2

2.4
37.6

2.0
39.6

1.7
41.3

1.7
43.1

Wisconsin (361)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

16.1
16.1

11.9
28.0

10.6
38.6

6.4
45.1

3.3
48.4

3.2
51.6

3.1
54.7

1.8
56.5

1.3
57.9

1.1
59.0

15.4
15.4

11.4
26.8

10.3
37.2

6.7
43.9

3.3
47.3

2.7
50.0

2.9
52.9

1.8
54.8

1.4
56.2

1.1
57.4

Wyoming (54)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.3
21.3

9.7
31.0

9.7
40.8

6.2
47.0

4.7
51.7

4.0
55.8

3.1
58.9

2.6
61.6

2.5
64.1

2.4
66.5

21.1
21.1

9.9
31.0

9.7
40.7

6.4
47.1

4.8
52.0

3.9
55.9

3.1
59.1

2.7
61.8

2.5
64.4

2.4
66.9

West Virginia (145)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

216



. . ..

,, .

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1
A, Summary
50 states and District of Columbia
Item

Banks in holding
company groups

Insured commercial
banks

Banks in holding
company groups as
percentage of insured
commercial banks

Type of branching
Statewide

Limited

Unit

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
Number of banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches

50,678
9,316
41,362

84.5

23,968
1,334
22,634

20,585
4,371
16,214

6,125
3,611
2,514

2,371,529
1,785,391

Dollars (millions)
Assets
Deposits

59,948
13,634
46,314
2,601,965
1,979,850

91.1
90.2

1,256,229
902,438

705,810
564,479

409,491
318,473

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
Number of banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches

51,803
9,316
42,487

85.7

24,966
1,334
23,632

20,628
4,371
16,257

6,209
3,653
2,556

2,753,951
2,124,491

Dollars (millions)
Assets
Deposits

60,572
13,634
46,938
2,986,844
2,321,457

92.2
91.5

1,588,362
1,189,731

724,851
582,651

440,738
352,109

B . Multibank and one-bank classification — Summary
Dollars
(millions)

Number
Classification
Holding company
groups2

Offices
Banks

Branches3

Assets

Deposits

Total

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
5,904

9,322
4,011
5,311

41,397
28,407
12,990

50,719
32,418
18,301

2,372,915
1,843,426
529,489

1,786,618
1,340,615
446,453

Multibank
Member
Nonmember

985

4,393
2,216
2,177

30,766
23,405
7,361

35,159
25,621
9,538

1,898,679
1,587,696
310,983

1,386,759
1,129,363
257,396

One-bank
Member
Nonmember

4,919

4,929
1,795
3,134

10,631
5,002
5,629

15,560
6,797
8,763

474,236
255,730
218,506

399,859
210,802
189,057

13,634

46,314

59,948

2,601,965

1,979,850

Total (6 503 companies)
Member
Nonmember

.

All commercial banks

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data

Multibank
Member
Nonmember

9,322
4,011
5,311

42,522
29,525
12,997

51,844
33,536
18,308

2,755,377
2,211,804
543,532

2,125,718
1,662,502
463,216

4,393
2,216
2,177

31,845
24,481
7,364

36,238
26,697
9,541

2,261,557
1,942,391
319,166

1,705,922
1,438,479
267,444

4,919

4,929
1,795
3,134

10,677
5,044
5,633

15.606
6,839
8,767

493,780
269,414
244,366

419,796
224,024
195,772

13,634

46,938

60,572

2,986,844

2,321,457

.

One-bank
Member
Nonmember
All commercial banks




5,904

985

Total (6,503 companies)
Member
Nonmember

217

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state
Assets

Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
company
companies
with
groups with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state4
in state2'4

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

Percentage
Percentage
of insured
of
Millions of
Millions of commerciul
commercial
dollars
dollars
bank
bank assets
deposits

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total
Member
Nonmember
102

41,397

50,719

84.6

2,372,915

!>1.2

1,786,618

90.2

28,407
12,990

32,418
18,301

90.8
75.5

1,843,426
529,489

95.4
79.1

1,340,165
446,453

94.7
79.1

152
58
94

765
422
343

917
480
437

88.2
92.3
84.0

27,624
18,123
9,501

90.5
93.2
85.7

21,829
13,611

8,218

89.9
92.8
85.6

7
2
5

5,904

9,322
4,011
5,311

6,503

100
72
28

107
74
33

72.8
73.3
71.7

3,855
1,874
1,980

77.8
(58.8
88.9

3,179
1,551
1,628

80.2
73.4
88.0

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

104

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

10

Arizona
Member
Nonmember

49

35

36
20
16

706
468
238

742
488
254

94.3
98.4
87.3

26,879
17,256
9,624

97.1
99.2
93.6

22,744
15,140
7,605

97.1
99.2
93.2

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

151

141

184
68
116

405
223
182

589
291
298

80.7
84.6
77.2

15,062
8,866
6,196

84.9
88.4
80.3

13,357
5,547

84.9
88.3
80.5

California
Member
Nonmember

220

181

199
89
110

3,922
2,846
1,076

4,121
2,935
1,186

78.1
91.6
57.3

217,181
175,319
41,862

90.3
95.1

178,670
143,667
35,003

90.5
95.6
74.4

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

167

154

351
9
24

151
86
65

502
326
176

82.3
81.3
84.2

22,463
18,648
3,814

91.6
92.6
87.1

18,382
15,032
3,350

90.9
91.7
87.4

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

28

26

33
9
24

564
349
215

597
358
239

90.5
95.5
83.9

32,744
19,845
12,899

93.3
97.8
87.2

25,301
14,518
10,783

92.4
97.3
86.6

Delaware
Member
Nonmember

46

26

28
15
13

72
40
32

100
55
45

48.8
82.1
32.6

29,257
17,814
11,443

68.0
88.8
49.9

10,106
5,923

51.1
80.8

4,182

33.7

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

16

12

15
15

165
165

180
180

94.7
96.8

15,035
15,035

97.7
98.4

11,552
11,552

97.5
98.3

Florida
Member
Nonmember

197

151

246
134
112

2,340
1,856
484

2,586
1,990
596

86.8
93.0
71.0

100,075
80,978
19,097

90.8
96.6
'26
'.

82,481
65,350
17,131

90.8
96.5
74.2

Georgia
Member
Nonmember

164

146

235
57
178

1,208
884
324

1,443
941
502

88.1
98.4
73.6

48,656
38,545
10,110

92.9
99.0
•'5.1

37,241
28,297
8,945

92.1
98.9
75.6

9
2
7

192
11
181

201
13
188

73.1
92.9
72.0

10,593

91.3
97.1
91.2

9,444
212
9,233

93.0
97.2
93.0

11
3

243
189
54

254
192
62

83.8
86.5
76.5

6,469

90.2
92.2
81.3

5,254
4,321
933

89.5
91.6
81.1

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

232
10,361

7,810

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

10

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

593

527

859
341
518

722
356
366

1,581
697
884

75.9
79.1
73.6

136,823
102,823
3,0
400

90.0
94.7

99,946
69,545
30,401

88.3
93.2
78,8

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

185

169

263
114
149

1,246
732
514

1,509
846
663

88.5
93.3
83.1

46,132
31,054
15,078

93.1
96.1
87.4

38,215
24,951
13,264

92.6
95.7
87.4

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

362

347

462
113
349

541
195
346

1,003
308
695

83.5
87.7
81.8

24,969
11,486
13,483

K2.6
81.9
83.2

21,778
9,709
12,069

83.9
84.5
83.4

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

427

399

441
149
292

222
106
116

663
255
408

78.3
83.9
75.1

21,239
10,653
10,586

85.9
91.0
81.4

18,522
9,073
9,449

85.7
90.7
81.4

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

201

185

243
73
170

697
358
339

940
431
509

81.5
94.7
72.8

30,123
18,982
11,141

86.7
97.9
72.7

23,633
14,068
9,565

85.8
97.5
72.9

218



5,412
1,058

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
company
companies
groups with
with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state2'4
in state4

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage
Percentage
of insured
Percentage
of
Millions of
Millions of commercial
of
commercial
dollars
dollars
bank
commercial
bank assets
deposits
banking
offices

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

6,503

5,904

9,322

41,397

50,719

84.6

2,372,915

91.2

1,786,618

90.2

Louisiana
Member . . .
Nonmember

163

159

176
48
128

805
425
380

981
473
508

78.7
87.8
71.9

30,029
20,358
9,672

85.0
93.3
71.7

25,799
17,026
8,773

84.7
93.0
72.1

Maine
Member . , ,
Nonmember

26

19

22
9
13

387
231
156

409
240
169

99.3
100.0
98.3

6,780
4,115
2,665

99.65
100.0
98.9

5,735
3,479
2,256

99.5
100.0
98.9

Maryland
Member . . .
Nonmember

42

29

51
24
27

1,140
702
438

1,191
726
465

87.4
93.7
79.1

40,289
25,942
14,347

92.5
96.2
86,5

29,749
17,794
11,955

91.1
95.1
85.8

Massachusetts
Member . . .
Nonmember

42

36

70
32
38

1,081
600
481

1,151
632
519

91.9
96.6
86.6

72,459
52,314
20,144

83.2
99.2
58.6

50,987
33,976
17,011

79.9
98.9
57.7

Michigan
Member . . . .
Nonmember .

81

74

221
135

1,958
1,491

86

467

2,179
1,626
553

88.0
91.3
79.7

71,539
59,986
11,552

91.5
94.6
78.4

57,948
47,554
10,394

90.9
94.1
78.5

427

410

549
198
351

372
197
175

921
395
526

81.6
90.4
76.1

48,876
37,519
11,357

92.1
96.5
79.9

36,186
26,025
10,161

91.1
95.7
81.2

Mississippi
Member . . .
Nonmember

72

71

71
21
50

654
275
379

725
296
429

79.5
84.3
76.5

15,505
8,035
7,470

84.9
91.2
79.0

13,381
6,773
6,608

84.5
90.6
79.1

Missouri
Member . . .
Nonmember

264

243

446
111
335

700
314
386

1,146
425
721

83.8
91.8
79.8

47,947
29,966
17,982

90.6
96.9
81.9

40,193
24,115
16,078

90.2
96.6
82.1

Montana
Member . . .
Nonmember

79

70

133
72
61

32
23
9

165
95
70

80.5
77.9
84.3

6,448
4,576
1,872

88.6
88.2
89.4

5,464
3,803

88.0
87.4
89.4

Nebraska
Member . . .
Nonmember

289

271

308
99
209

208
108
100

516
207
309

77.0
87.0
71.5

14,542
9,278
5,264

86.5
93.8
76.2

12,549

Nevada
Member . . .
Nonmember

8

7
4
3

176
152
24

183
156
27

88.0
96.3
58.7

9,685
9,176
509

96.45
98.6
68.3

5,810
452

94.7
98.0
67.7

New Hampshire
Member . . . .
Nonmember .

20

19

40
21
19

202
101
101

242
122
120

86.4
96.8 5
77.9

7,241
3,914
3,327

79.4s
79.5 5
79.2

6,162
3,296
2,866

81.1
83.1
78.9

52

48

82
51
31

1,701
1,392
309

1,783
1,443
340

88.8
88.9
88.5

68,539
57,189
11,350

91.1
91.3
90.0

55,876
45,845
10,031

90.7
90.6
91.0

New Mexico
Member . . .
Nonmember

47

41

75
39
36

290
149
141

365
188
177

90.6
93.1
88.1

9,123
6,179
2,944

93.4
96.4
87.9

7,801
5,185
2,616

93.2
96.1
87.7

New York
Member . . .
Nonmember

141

96

131
87
44

3,241
2,940
301

3,372
3,027
345

94.6
95.4
88.5

393,308
362,516
30,792

98.1
98.8
89.8

243,380
223,718
19,662

98.1
98.5
93.5

North Carolina
Member . . .
Nonmember

26

21

24
11
13

1,829
1,047
782

1,853
1,058
795

92.2
98.7
84.8

57,036
45,808
11,228

96.0
99.5
84.0

38,968
29,375
9,593

94.9
99.3
83.6

North Dakota
Member . . .
Nonmember

110

104

144
39
105

112
41
71

256
80
176

85.3
89.9
83.4

6,326
3,152
3,175

90.4
94.5
86.7

5,524
2,719
2,805

90.4
94.6
86.7

Ohio
Member . . .
Nonmember

89

85

157
119
38

2,172
2,023
149

2,329
2,142
187

82.3
89.3
43.5

83,984
79,922
4,061

90.8
93.9
55.2

65,442
61,920
3,522

90.0
93.2
56.0

Oklahoma
Member . . .
Nonmember

331

297

343
152
191

271
151
120

614
303
311

76.3
75.2
77.4

22,827
14,853
7,973

84.4
85.3
82.8

19,887
12,628
7,259

84.1
84.7
83.1

Minnesota
Member . . .
Nonmember

New Jersey
Member . . .
Nonmember




,

,

1,661
7,821
4,727
5,358

86.4
93.5
76.7

219

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
company
companies
groups with
with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state4
in state2'4

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage Millions of
of
dollars
commercial
banking
offices

Pdr^entage
of
Millions of
commercial
dollars
tenk assets

Percentage
of insured
commercial
bank
depcsits

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
Oregon
Member
Nonmember

22

18
...
...

21
9
12

582
399
183

603
408
195

85.5
96.2
69.4

17,137
14,156
2,980

92.9
98.4
73.2

13,428
10,910
2,517

91 8
98,2
71.6

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

141

129
...
...

196
130
66

2,790
1,822
968

2,986
1,952
1,034

90.8
92.4
87.8

132,997
99,499
33,498

95.1
96.5
91.0

99,268
71,434
27,834

94.3
95.8
90.5

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

12

9
...
...

9
4
5

165
116
49

174
120
54

86.6
98.4
68.4

12,576
11,484
1,093

98.0
99.8
82.6

8,563
7,617
946

97.4
99.7
82.3

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

39

35
...
...

35
15
20

783
490
293

818
505
313

91.0
96.7
83.0

16,841
11,093
5,748

93.9
97.6
87.6

12,729
8,599
4,130

93.2
97.3
85.6

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

75

70
...
...

91
38
53

166
104
62

257
142
115

80.3
91.0
70.1

19,333
17,412
1,922

95.0
98.0
74.4

7,452
5,732
1,720

89.3
94.8
74.8

Tennessee
Member
Nonmember

166

153
...

215
56
159

1,023
570
453

1,238
626
612

88.1
96.3
81.0

37,521
25,650
11,871

92.4
97.9
82.3

30,948
20,462
10,487

91,8
97.7
82.2

Texas
Member
Nonmember

677

612
...
...

1,154
647
507

572
319
253

1,726
966
760

71.2
69.5
73.4

164,723
123,858
40,865

88.3
90.0
83.4

127,255
91,951
35,304

86.6
88.1
82.9

Utah
Member
Nonmember

28

23
...
...

25
10
15

329
257
72

354
267
87

80.3
87.0
64.9

9,467
7,856
1,611

86.7
92.3
67.0

7,615
6,246
1,370

88.0
91.6
74.9

Vermont
Member
Nonmember

14

13
...
...

21
10
11

198
84
114

219
94
125

95.2
97.9
93.3

4,636
1,783
2,853

94.0
97.4
91.9

4,150
1,603
2,546

93.9s
97.4
91.8

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

52

46
...
...

85
75
10

1,585
1,459
126

1,670
1,534
136

87.8
91.0
62.7

50,882
47,192
3,690

91.0
93.3
68.9

40,352
37,258
3,094

90.0
92.6
67.5

Washington
Member
Nonmember

37

32
...
...

39
15
24

799
678
121

838
693
145

82.1
97.1
47.2

29,170
26,255
2,915

93.6
98.9
63.3

23,847
21,304
2,544

93.1
98.8
63.0

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

63

58
...
...

121
76
45

193
142
51

314
218
96

67.0
72.7
56.8

11,602
8,764
2,837

76.1
81.8
62.6

9,935
7,427
2,508

75.5
81.2
62.7

227

206
...
...

402
112
290

617
246
371

1,019
358
661

80.2
89.3
76.0

34,832
18,658
16,173

86.1
93.1
79.3

29,397
15,044
14,353

85.6
92.5
79.4

37
...
...

84
40
44

3
1
2

87
41
46

83.7
74.5
93.9

3,537
2,024
1,514

84.1
78.6
92.8

3,201
1,836
1,365

84.4
79.0
93.11

Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember
Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

...
38

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

6,503

5,904

Alabama
Member
Nonmember
Alaska
Member
Nonmember

10

Arizona
Member
Nonmember

49

220



-

51,844

85.6

2,755,337

92.2

2,125,718

4,011
5,311

29,525
12,997

33,536
18,308

91.2
76.9

2,211,804
543,532

96.1
79.3

1,662,502
463,216

95.0
79.5

102
...
...

104

42,522

...
...

Member
Nonmember

9,322

152
58
94

766
423
343

918
481
437

88.0
92.0
84.0

27,903
18,402
9,501

90.6
93.3
85.7

22,127
13,909
8,218

90.1
92.9
85.6

6
...
...

7
2
5

102
74
28

109
76
33

74.1
74.5
73.3

3,856
1,875
1,980

77.8
68.8
88.9

3,180
1,552
1,628

80.2
73.4
88.0

35
...
...

36
20
16

708
469
239

744
489
255

94.1
98.0
87.3

26,879
17,256
9,624

97.1
99.2
93.6

22,744
15,140
7,605

97.1
99.2
93.2

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
company
companies
groups with
with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state2'4
in state4

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage
Percentage
of insured
Percentage Millions of
of
Millions of commercial
of
commercial
dollars
dollars
bank
commercial
bank assets
deposits
banking
offices

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

151

141
...
...

184
68
116

405
223
182

589
291
298

80.7
84.6
77.2

15,062
8,866
6,196

84.9
88.4
80.3

13,357
7,810
5,547

84.9
88.3
80.5

California
Member
Nonmember

220

181
...
...

199
89
110

4,052
2,972
1,080

4,251
3,061
1,190

84.5
92.0
69.9

257,079
213,432
43,647

91.5
95.9
74.8

212,025
174,983
37,042

91.7
96.3
74.8

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

167

154
...
...

351
240
Ill

151
86
65

502
326
176

82.0
80.9
84.2

22,737
18,922
3,814

91.7
92.7
87.1

18,654
15,304
3,350

91.0
91.8
87.4

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

28

26
...
...

33
9
24

565
350
215

598
359
239

89.7
94.5
83.3

33,505
20,572
12,933

93.5
97.9
87.2

26,253
15,437
10,816

92.7
97.5
86.6

Delaware
Member
Nonmember

46

26
...
...

28
15
13

78
42
36

106
57
49

50.2
83.8
34.3

30,863
18,224
12,639

69.2
89.0
52.3

13,025
6,579
6,446

57.4
82.4
43.9

16

12
...
...

15
15
...

169
169
...

184
184
...

93.4
95.3
...

18,069
18,069
...

98.1
98.7
...

14,205
14,205
...

98.0
98.6
...

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

...

Florida
Member
Nonmember

197

151
...
...

246
134
112

2,354
1,869
485

2,600
2,003
597

87.0
93.2
71.0

100,911
81,787
19,124

90.9
96.6
72.6

83,325
66,152
17,174

90.9
96.5
74.3

Georgia
Member
Nonmember

164

146
...
...

235
57
178

1,218
894
324

1,453
951
502

88.3
98.8
73.6

49,948
39,838
10,110

93.1
99.1
75.1

38,197
29,253
8,945

92.3
99.0
75.6

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

8

7
...
...

9
2
7

205
11
194

214
13
201

75.1
92.9
74.2

11,459
232
11,228

91.9
97.1
91.8

10,037
212
9,826

93.4
97.2
93.4

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

10

9
...
...

11
3
8

243
189
54

254
192
62

83.8
86.5
76.5

6,469
5,412
1,058

90.2
92.2
81.3

5,254
4,321
933

89.5
91.6
81.1

Illinois
Member
Nonmember .

593

527
...
...

859
341
518

788
422
366

1,647
763
884

76.8
80.3
74.0

163,851
129,851
34,000

91.5
95.7
78.4

128,675
98,273
30,401

90.7
95.1
78.8

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

185

169
...
...

263
114
149

1,251
737
514

1,514
851
663

88.7
93.3
83.5

46,442
31,364
15,078

$3.1
96.1
87.4

38,587
25,323
13,264

92.7
95.8
87.4

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

362

347
...
...

462
113
349

541
195
346

1,003
308
695

83.4
87.5
81.8

24,969
11,486
13,483

82.6
81.9
83.2

21,778
9,709
12,069

83.9
84.5
83.4

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

427

399
...
...

441
149
292

222
106
116

663
255
408

78.3
83.9
75.1

21,239
10,653
10,586

85.9
91.0
81.4

18,522
9,073
9,449

85.7
90.7
81.4

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

201

185
...
...

243
73
170

697
358
339

940
431
509

81.3
94.3
72.8

30,298
19,157
11,141

86.8
97.9
72.7

24,081
14,516
9,565

86.0
97.6
72.9

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember .

163

159
...
...

176
48
128

791
425
366

967
473
494

78.4
87.3
71.4

30,262
20,590
9,672

85.1
93.3
71.7

26,007
17,234
8,773

84.8
93.1
72.1

Maine
Member
.
Nonmember .

26

19
...
...

22
9
13

387
231
156

409
240
169

99.5
100.0
98.8

6,780
4,115
2,665

99.6
100.0
98.9

5,735
3,479
2,256

99.5
100.0
98.9

Maryland
Member
Nonmember .

42

29
...
...

51
24
27

1,143
705
438

1,194
729
465

87.2
93.2
79.1

41,611
27,264
14,347

92.7
96.4
86.5

31,205
19,249
11,955

91.5
95.4
85.8

Massachusetts .
Member
Nonmember .

42

36
...
...

70
32
38

1,185
704
481

1,255
736
519

92.6
97.5
86.5

81,988
61,843
20,144

84.0
99.3
57.0

60,258
43,247
17,011

81.3
99.1
55.8




221

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
companies
company
with
groups with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state2'4
in state4

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage
Percentage
of insured
Percentage Millions of
of
Millions of commercial
of
commercial
dollars
dollars
bank
commercial
bank assets
deposits
banking
offices

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
Michigan
Member
Nonmember

81

74

221
135
86

1,965
1,498
467

2,186
1,633
553

87.9
87.9
79.8

75,040
63,488
11,552

91.9
94.9
78.4

61,164
50,770
10,394

91.3
94.5
78,5

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

427

410

549
198
351

377
202
175

926
400
526

82.2
89.7
77.4

51,688
40,331
11,357

92.5
96.8
79.9

38,824
28,664
10,161

91,7
96.1
81,2

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

72

71

71
21
50

655
276
379

726
297
429

79.5
84.4
76.5

15,505
8,035
7,470

34.9
91.2
79.0

13,381
6,773
6,608

84.5
90.6
79.1

Missouri
Member
Nonmember

264

243

446
111
335

701
315
386

1,147
426
721

83.6
91.0
79.8

48,310
30,328
17,982

90.7
96.9
\tt.9

40,556
24,478
16,078

90,3
96.6
82.1

Montana
Member
Nonmember

79

70

133
72
61

32
23
9

165
95
70

80.5
77.9
84.3

6,448
4,576
1,872

U8.6
«8.2

5,464
3,803
1,661

8H.O
87.4
89.4

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember

289

271

308
99
209

208
108
100

516
207
309

77.0
87.0
71.5

14,542
9,278
5,264

86.5
93.8
76.2

12,549
7,821
4,727

86.4
93.5
76.7

Nevada
Member
Nonmember

8

7
4
3

176
152
24

183
156
27

88.0
96.3
58.7

9,685
9,176
509

96.4
98.6
68.3

5,810
5,358
452

94.7
98.0
67.7

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember

20

19

40
21
19

202
101
101

242
122
120

86.7
96.8
78.4

7,241
3,914
3,327

79.4
/9.5

6,162
3,296
2,866

81.1
83.1
78.9

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

52

48

82
51
31

1,702
1,393
309

1,784
1,444
340

88.4
88.4
88.5

68,838
57,489
11,350

Sl.l
§1.3
90.0

56,187
46,156
10,031

90.7
90.7
91.0

New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

47

41

75
39
36

290
149
141

365
188
177

90.6
93.1
88.1

9,123
6,179
2,944

93.4
96.4
87.9

7,801
5,185
2,616

93.2
96.1
87.7

New York
Member
Nonmember

141

96

131
87
44

3,935
3,632
303

4,066
3,719
347

98.6
99.7
88.1

661,387
620,509
40,878

98.7
99.2
91.9

472,158
440,843
31,315

98.8
99.0
95.3

North Carolina
Member
Nonmember

26

21

24
11
13

1,836
1,054
782

1,860
1,065
795

92.0
98.3
84.8

60,211
48,983
11,228

96.2
99.5
84.0

41,821
32,228
9,593

95.2
99.4
83.6

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

110

104

144
39
105

112
41
71

256
80
176

85.3
89.9
83.4

6,326
3,152
3,175

90.4
94.5
86.7

5,524
2,719
2,805

90.4
94.6

Ohio
Member
Nonmember

89

85

157
119
38

2,178
2,029
149

2,335
2,148
187

82.2
89.1
43.5

85,605
81,544
4,061

91.0
94.0
55.2

67,101
63,579
3,522

90.2
93.3
56.0

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

331

297

343
152
191

271
151
120

614
303
311

76.1
74.4
77.8

22,842
14,869
7,973

84.4
8!5.3
82.8

19,962
12,703
7,259

84.1
84.7
83.1

Oregon
Member
Nonmember

22

18

21
9
12

584
401
183

605
410
195

85.3
95.8
69.4

17,172
14,191
2,980

92.9
9«.5
73.2

13,463
10,945
2,517

91.8
98.2
71.6

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

141

129

196
130
66

2,813
1,845
968

3,009
1,975
1,034

90.9
92.2
88.5

141,070
107,573
33,498

93.3
96.8
91.0

107,009
79,175
27,834

94.6
96.2
90.5

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

12

4
5

167
118
49

176
122
54

96f7
96.8
96.4

12,953
11,860
1,093

9,829
8,884
946

97.7
99,7
823

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

39

35
15
20

783
490
293

818
505
313

90.7
96.2
83.0

16,841
11,093
5,748

12,729
8,599
4,130

93.2
97.3
85.6

222



35

92.9
9'/.6
81.6

86.7

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State and class of bank

Holding
Holding
company
companies
groups with
with
subsidiaries subsidiaries
in state2'4
in state4

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Banks

Branches

Total

Percentage
Percentage
of insured
Percentage
of
Millions of
Millions of commercial
of
commercial
dollars
dollars
bank
commercial
bank assets
deposits
banking
offices

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

75

70
...
...

91
38
53

166
104
62

257
142
115

80.3
91.0
70.1

19,333
17,412
1,922

95.0
98.0
74.4

7,452
5,732
1,720

89.3
94.8
74.8

Tennessee
Member
Nonmember

166

153
...
...

215
56
159

1,024
571
453

1,239
627
612

87.9
95.6
81.2

38,049
26,178
11,871

92.4
98.0
82.3

31,302
20,815
10,487

91.9
97.7
82.2

Texas
Member
Nonmember

677

612
...
...

1,154
647
507

589
336
253

1,743
983
760

71.4
69.6
73.9

168,305
127,390
40,915

88.5
90.3
83.4

131.527
96,085
35,442

87.0
88.6
82.9

Utah
Member
Nonmember . . .

28

23
...
...

25
10
15

329
257
72

354
267
87

80.1
86.7
64.9

9,595
7,984
1,611

86.9
92.4
67.0

7,743
6,373
1,370

88.2
91.7
74.9

Vermont
Member......
Nonmember . . .

14

13
...
...

21
10
11

198
84
114

219
94
125

95.2
97.9
93.3

4,636
1,783
2,853

94.0
97.4
91.9

4,150
1,603
2,546

93.9
97.4
91.8

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

52

46
...
...

85
75
10

1,585
1,459
126

1,670
1,534
136

87.6
90.8
62.7

51,144
47,453
3,690

91.0
93.4
68.9

40,612
37,518
3,094

90.1
92.7
67.5

Washington
Member
Nonmember

37

32
...
...

39
15
24

812
691
121

851
706
145

82.2
97.0
47.2

31,097
28,182
2,915

94.0
99.0
63.3

25,466
22,992
2,544

93.5
98.9
63.0

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

63

58
...
...

121
76
45

193
142
51

314
218
96

67.0
72.7
56.8

11,602
8,764
2,837

76.1
81.8
62.6

9,935
7,427
2,508

75.5
81.2
62.7

Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember

227

206
...
...

402
112
290

615
248
367

1,017
360
657

80.5
88.7
76.7

35,032
18,859
16,173

86.2
93.2
79.3

29,603
15,251
14,353

85.7
92.6
79.4

Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

38

37
...
...

84
40
44

3
1
2

87
41
46

83.7
74.5
93.9

3,537
2,024
1,514

84.1
78.6
92.8

3,201
1,836
1,365

84.4
79,0
93.1




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76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state
Number of offices
Number

*S? "/
Tvneof

State and type of
holding company

m

*

groups

Holding companies

Dollars (millions)

Insured commercial banks

24

Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assefls
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding commercial
companies
banks

December 31, 1987, domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

5,898

9,316

41,362 50,678

Multibank
One-bank

979
4,9197

4,387
4,929

30,371
10,631

35,118
15,560

L

102
14
88

152
64
88

765
613
152

917
677
240

225

815

1,040

27,624
22,822
4,802

30,528

21,829
17,608
4,222

24,272

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
3
3

7
4
3

100
26
74

107
30
77

11

136

147

3,855
1,949
1,906

4,953

3,179
1,601
1,578

3,964

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

35
15
20

36
16
20

706
769
27

742
695
47

49

738

787

26,879
26,143
736

27,681

22,744
22,074
670

23,432

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

141
23
118

184
65
119

405
197
208

589
262
327

256

474

730

15,062
7,601
7,461

17,751

13,357
6,682
6,675

15,737

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

181
26
155

199
43
156

3,922
2,510
1,412

4,121
2,553
1,568

454

4,820

5,274

217,181
138,412
78,769

240,456

178,670
115,218
63,452

197,413

U

154
38
116

351
232
119

151
115
36

502
347
155

443

167

610

22,463
18,621
3,842

24,524

18,382
14,928
3,454

20,228

S

25
9
16

32
16
16

563
477
86

595
493
102

64

596

660

32,678
27,763
4,914

35,078

25,239
21,012
4,228

27,371

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank

S

26
22
4

28
24
4

72
31
41

100
55
45

45

160

205

29,257
26,862
2,395

43,016

10,106
8,154
1,952

19,760

District of Columbia
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

12
8
4

15
10
5

165
154
11

180
164
16

21

169

190

15,035
14,676
359

15,385

11,552
11,231
322

11,848

S

151
43
108

246
139
107

2,340
1,968
372

2,586
2,107
479

415

2,564

2,979

100,075
86,117
13,958

110,165

82,481
70,134
12,347

90,838

L

146
41
105

235
130
105

1,208
1,065
143

1,443
1,195
248

358

1,280

1,638

48,656
43,572
5,084

52,377

37,241
32,753
4,489

40,434

S

7
2
5

9
3
6

192
93
99

201
96
105

22

253

275

10,593
5,562
5,031

11,606

9,444
4,999
4,446

10,150

S

9
5
4

11
7
4

243
221
22

254
228
26

23

280

303

6,469
6,089
380

7,171

5,254
4,907
348

5,868

U

527
136
391

859
468
391

722
451
271

1,581
919
662

1,211

871

2,082

136,823
111,920
24,903

151,985

99,946
77,798
22,148

113J92

L

169
29
140

263
123
140

1,246
762
484

1,509
885
624

343

1,362

1,705

46,132
31,727
14,405

49,563

38,215
25,535
12,680

41.251

L

347
35
312

462
150
312

541
266
275

1,003
416
587

594

607

1,201

24,969
11,726
13,243

30,230

21,778
10,063
11,715

25,956

U

399
36
363

441
77
364

222
69
153

663
146
517

599

248

847

21,239
7,417
13,822

24,713

18,522
6,239
12,283

21,620

L

185
39
146

243
97
146

697
422
275

940
519
421

330

824

1,154

30,123
21,138
8,985

34,727

23,633
15,773
7,860

27,542

Alabama
Multibank
One- bank

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

..

. . .-

..

Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

........

....

Florida
Multibank
One-bank
Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

,

...

...

Hawaii
Mullibank
One-bank
Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

, ......

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank
Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

..

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank
Kansas . .
Multibank
One-bank

...

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

224



...

13,634

46,314 59,948

2,371,529 1,601,965 1,785,391
1,897,294
474,236

1,979,850

1,385,532
399,B59

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
~
Number
f
Type of of noldmg
br anc h
. 6
company
groups*

State and type of
holding company

Number of offices
» T ,,.
Holding companies
Insure; i commercial banks
g^

Branch£s

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Dollars (millions)
Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding
companies commercial
banks

December 31 , 1987, domestic data only
L

159
9
150

176
26
150

805
235
570

981
261
720

269

S

19
7
12

22
10
12

387
346
41

409
356
53

23

Maryland .
Multibank
One-bank

S

28
17
11

50
38
12

1,108
735
373

1,158
773
385

Massachusetts . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

36
10
26

70
44
26

1,081
975
106

L

74
25
49

221
172
49

L

410
51
359

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

Louisiana .
Multibank
One-bank

977 1,246

30,029
10,024
20,005

35,316

25,799
8,217
17,582

30,475

412

6,780
5,874
906

6,808

5,735
4,921
814

5,761

95

1,268 1,363

39,149
28,404
10,745

43,558

28,742
19,923
8,819

32,653

1,151
1,019
132

108

1,145 1,253

72,459
61,903
10,555

87,127

50,987
43,328
7,659

63,837

1,958
1,788
170

2,179
1,960
219

311

2,164

2,475

71,539
67,605
3,933

78,169

57,948
54,392
3,556

63,772

549
192
357

372
202
170

921
394
527

701

427 1,128

48,876
37,395
11,481

53,089

36,186
25,916
10,269

39,702

71
2
69

71
3
68

654
108
546

725
111
614

128

784

912

15,505
3,398
12,107

18,264

13,381
2,762
10,619

15,830

U

243
47
196

446
250
196

700
518
182

1,146
768
378

594

773 1,367

47,947
38,187
9,760

52,896

40,193
31,416
8,776

44,555

Montana . .
Multibank
One-bank

U

69
15
54

132
78
54

32
29
3

164
107
57

171

34

205

6,433
4,821
1,611

7,282

5,450
4,010
1,440

6,208

Nebraska .
Multibank
One-bank

L

270
24
246

307
57
250

208
91
117

515
148
367

428

242

670

14,530
6,944
7,587

16,803

12,538
5,750
6,788

14,531

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
3
3

7
3
4

176
76
100

183
79
104

16

192

208

9,685
6,595
3,090

10,050

5,810
3,207
2,603

6,135

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

19
8
11

40
29
11

202
175
27

242
204
38

56

224

280

7,241
6,309
931

9,122

6,162
5,320
842

7,598

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

48
15
33

82
50
32

1,701
1,309
392

1,783
1,359
424

124

1,884

2,008

68,539
52,874
15,665

75,243

55,876
42,000
13,876

61,609

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank

L

41
8
33

75
42
33

290
177
113

365
219
146

94

309

403

9,123
5,439
3,684

9,763

7,801
4,700
3,101

8,375

S

96
30
66

131
67
64

3,241
2,720
521

3,372
2,787
585

201

3,362

3,563

393,308
343,968
49,340

401,128

243,380
210,184
33,196

248,209

S

21
9
12

24
12
12

1,829
1,315
514

1,853
1,327
526

68

1,942 2,010

57,036
51,252
5,783

59,421

38,968
33,902
5,066

41,060

U

104
12
92

144
52
92

112
42
70

256
94
162

175

125

300

6,326
3,290
3,037

6,997

5,524
2,841
2,683

6,110

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

85
24
61

157
97
60

2,172
1,897
275

2,329
1,994
335

304

2,525

2,829

83,984
75,850
8,134

92,472

65,442
58,544
6,898

72,737

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

L

296
27
269

342
73
269

270
79
191

612
152
460

487

318

805

22,707
10,108
12,599

27,041

19,782
8,326
11,456

23,651

Maine . . .
Multibank
One-bank

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank
Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

.

,

..

....

New York
Multibank
One^bank
North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank
North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank




. ..
. ...

389

225

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
D, Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Type of of {JJJJ^g
b
™nnc6h company

State and type of
holding company

^

Holding companies
Banks Branches

Dollars (millions)

Insured commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding
companies commercial
bunks

December 31 1987, domestic data only
S

18
6
12

21
9
12

582
542
40

603
551
52

53

652

705

17,137
16,423
713

18,453

13,428
12,783
645

14,624

L

129
36
93

196
102
94

2,790
2,308
482

2,986
2,410
576

296

2,994

3,290

132,997
117,770
15,227

139,900

99,268
85,871
13,397

105,318

S

9
4
5

9
4
5

165
116
49

174
120
54

12

189

201

12,576
11,484
1,093

12,834

8,563
7,617
946

8,790

S

35
8
27

35
8
27

783
468
315

818
476
342

74

825

899

16,841
9,391
7,451

17,930

12,729
6,967
5,762

13,660

S

69
16
53

90
37
53

165
91
74

255
128
127

136

184

320

19,300
17,036
2,264

20,348

7,423
5,403
2,020

M47

L

153
25
128

215
87
128

1,023
726
297

1,238
813
425

280

1,126

1,406

37,521
30,049
7,472

40,629

30,948
24,231
6,717

33,700

U

612
143
469

1,154
685
469

572
441
131

1,726
1,126
600

1,765

659

2,424

164,723
138,589
26,134

186,603

127,255
103,701
23,554

146,943

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

23
8
15

25
10
15

329
286
43

354
296
58

49

392

441

9,467
8,751
716

10,914

7,615
6,973
643

8,652

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
4
9

21
11
10

198
81
117

219
92
127

26

204

230

4,636
2,005
2,632

4,934

4,150
1,803
2,347

4,419

S

46
19
27

85
58
27

1,585
1,386
199

1,670
1,444
226

175

1,903

50,882
47,620
3,262

55,917

40,352
37,479
2,873

44,813

S

32
10
22

39
17
22

799
729
70

838
746
92

90

931

1,021

29,170
27,706
1,464

31,152

23,847
22,536
1,311

25,606

L

58
28
30

121
91
30

193
151
42

314
242
72

207

262

469

11,602
9,276
2,325

15,246

9,935
7,870
2,065

13,151

L

206
48
158

402
245
157

617
468
149

1,019
713
306

554

717

1,271

34,832
28,066
6,766

40,439

29,397
23,421
5,975

34,351

U

37
13
24

84
60
24

3
2
1

87
62
25

101

3

104

3,537
2,770
767

4,205

3,201
2,509
693

3,792

Statewide branching
Multibank
One-bank

25

970
307
663

1,334
669
665

22,634
17,509
5,125

23,968
18,178
5,790

2,410

25,227

27,637

1,256,229
1,031,169
225,060

1,360,452

902,438
723,674
178,764

986,418

Limited branching
Multibank
One-bank

18

3,042
488
2,554

4,371
1,816
2,555

16,214
11,555
4,659

20,585
13,371
7,214

6,165

18,207

24,372

705,810
540,511
165,299

782,307

564,479
418,415
146,064

630,7^3

08

2,145
440
1,705

3,611
1,902
1,709

2,514
1,667
847

6,125
3,569
2,556

5,059

2,880

7,939

409,491
325,614
83,877

459,206

318,473
243,443
75,031

362,649

Oregon .
Multibank
One-bank
Pennsylvania .
Multibank
One-bank

...
...

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

....

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

...

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

....

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank
Texas
Multibank
One-bank

Virginia . . .
Multibank
One-bank .

....

...
...

Washington
Multibank
One-bank
West Virginia
Multibank .
One-bank

...

...

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank
Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

..

1,728

TOTALS, BY STATE- BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION8

Unit branching
Multibank
One-bank

226



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76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
T « «f Number
hSfch of holding
" company
mg
groups2-4

State and (type of
holding company

Banks

Branches

Dollars (millions)

Insured commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding
commercial
companies
banks

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
50 states and District of
Columbia — Total

13,364

46,838

60,572

5,898

9,316

42,487

51,803

979
4,919

4,387
4,929

31,810
10,677

36,197
15,606

L

102
14
88

152
64
88

766
614
152

918
678
240

225

818

1,043

27,903
23,101
4,802

30,808

22,127
17,906
4,222

24,570

S

6
3
3

7
4
3

102
26
76

109
30
79

11

136

147

3,856
1,949
1,907

4,954

3,180
1,601
1,579

3,965

Arizona
Multibank
One- bank

S

35
15
20

36
16
20

708
681
27

744
697
47

49

742

791

26,879
26,143
736

27,681

22,744
22,074
670

23,432

Arkansas
Multibank . . . . ,
One-bank

L

141
23
118

184
65
119

405
197
208

589
262
327

256

474

730

15,062
7,601
7,461

17,751

13,357
6,682
6,675

15,737

S

181
26
155

199
43
156

4,052
2,624
1,428

4,251
2,667
1,584

454

4,575

5,029

257,079
176,453
80,626

280,844

212,025
146,449
65,575

231,217

U

154
38
116

351
232
119

151
115
36

502
347
155

443

169

612

22,737
18,895
3,842

24,798

18,654
15,200
3,454

20,500

S

25
9
16

32
16
16

564
478
86

596
494
102

64

603

667

33,438
28,524
4,914

35,838

26,192
21,964
4,228

28,324

S

26
22
4

28
24
4

78
37
41

106
61
45

45

166

211

30,863
28,468
2,395

44,622

13,025
11,074
1,952

22,680

S

12
8
4

15
10
5

169
158
11

184
168
16

21

176

197

18,069
17,708
361

18,419

14,205
13,881
324

14,500

Florida
Multibank
One-bank . . , . „

S

151
43
108

246
139
107

2,354
1,978
376

2,600
2,117
483

415

2,575

2,990

100,911
86,802
14,108

111,000

83,325
70,829
12,497

91,683

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

146
41
105

235
130
105

1,218
1,075
143

1,453
1,205
248

358

1,287

1,645

49,948
44,864
5,084

53,670

38,197
33,709
4,489

41,390

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
2
5

9
3
6

205
102
103

214
105
109

22

263

285

11,459
6,315
5,144

12,472

10,037
5,480
4,557

10,743

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
5
4

11
7
4

243
221
22

254
228
26

23

280

303

6,469
6,089
380

7,171

5,254
4,907
348

5,868

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

U

527
136
391

859
468
391

788
517
271

1,647
985
662

1,211

933

2,144

163,851
138,948
24,903

179,032

128,675
106,527
22,148

141,939

L

169
29
140

263
123
140

1,251
767
484

1,514
890
624

343

1,363

1,706

46,442
32,037
14,405

49,873

38,587
25,907
12,680

41,623

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

347
35
312

462
150
312

541
266
275

1,003
416
587

594

608

1,202

24,969
11,726
13,243

30,230

21,778
10,063
11,715

25,956

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

399
36
363

441
77
364

222
69
153

663
146
517

599

248

847

21,239
7,417
13,822

24,713

18,522
6,239
12,283

21,620

Multibank
One-bank
Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

,

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

California
Multibank
One-bank

.......

,..

„

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

,

Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

.

...

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank
District of Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank




. ..
.

...

2,753,951

2,986,844 2,124,491

2,260,171
493,780

2,321,457

1,704,695
419,796

227

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups *Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Number
Type of of holding
branch- company
ing6
groups2'4

State and type of
holding company

Banks

Branches

Dollars (millions)

Insured commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

Branches

Banks

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding commercial
companies
banks

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
Kentucky
Multibank .
One-bank

L

185
39
146

243
97
146

697
422
275

940
519
421

330

826

1,156

30,298
21,313
8,985

34,902

24,081
16,222
7,860

27,990

Louisiana .
Multibank
One-bank

L

159
9
150

176
26
150

791
226
565

967
252
715

269

965

1,234

30,262
10,130
20,132

35,549

26,007
8,299
17,708

30,683

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

S

19
7
12

22
10
12

387
346
41

409
356
53

23

388

411

6,780
5,874
906

6,808

5,735
4,921
814

5,761

'

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

,
. ,.

S

28
17
11

50
38
12

1,111
736
375

1,161
774
387

95

1,275

1,370

40,471
29,493
10,978

44,880

30,197
21,147
9,050

34,108

Massachusetts . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . . .

.,

S

36
10
26

70
44
26

1,185
1,077
108

1,255
1,121
134

108

1,247

1,355

81,988
70,648
11,340

97,619

60,258
51,888
8,370

74,133

L

74
25
49

221
172
49

1,965
1,795
170

2,186
1,967
219

311

2,177

2,488

75,040
71,107
3,933

81,670

61,164
57,608
3,556

66,988

L

410
51
359

549
192
357

377
207
170

926
399
527

701

425

1,126

51,688
40,207
11,481

55,901

38,824
28,555
10,269

42,341

L

71
2
69

71
3
68

655
109
546

726
112
614

128

785

913

15,505
3,398
12,107

18,264

13,381
2,762
10,619

15,830

U

243
47
196

446
250
196

701
519
182

1,147
769
378

594

778

1,372

48,310
38,550
9,760

53,259

40,556
31,780
8,776

44,918

U

69
15
54

132
78
54

32
29
3

164
107
57

171

34

205

6,433
4,821
1,611

7,282

5,450
4,010
1,440

6,208

L

270
24
246

307
57
250

208
91
117

515
148
367

428

242

670

14,530
6,944
7,587

16,803

12,538
5,750
6,788

14,531

S

6
3
3

7
3
4

176
76
100

183
79
104

16

192

208

9,685
6,595
3,090

10,050

5,810
3,207
2,603

6,135

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

19
8
11

40
29
11

202
175
27

242
204
38

56

223

279

7,241
6,309
931

9,122

6,162
5,320
842

7,598

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

48
15
33

82
50
32

1,702
1,310
392

1,784
1,360
424

124

1,893

2,017

68,838
53,173
15,665

75,544

56,187
42,311
13,876

61,922

L

41
8
33

75
42
33

290
177
113

365
219
146

94

309

403

9,123
5,439
3,684

9,763

7,801
4,700
3,101

M75

New York
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

96
30
66

131
67
64

3,935
3,393
542

4,066
3,460
606

201

3,923

4,124

661,387
595,770
65,617

670,192

472,158
422,479
49,678

477,998

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

21
9
12

24
12
12

1,836
1,322
514

1,860
1,334
526

68

1,953

2,021

60,211
54,428
5,783

62,597

41,821
36,755
5,066

43,913

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

104
12
92

144
52
92

112
42
70

256
94
162

175

125

300

6,326
3,290
3,037

6,997

5,524
2,841
2,683

6,110

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

85
24
61

157
97
60

2,178
1,903
275

2,335
2,000
335

304

2,538

2,842

85,605
77,472
8,134

94,093

67,101
60,203
6,898

74,395

Michigan . . .
Multibank
One-bank .

.,

Minnesota .
Multibank
One-bank

....

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

..
....

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

.,
*
*

..

Montana
Multibank
One- bank
Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank .
Nevada
,.
Multibank
One-bank .

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank .

228



. . . .
....
...

..

76. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding companies and holding company groups1—
Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
State and type of
holding company

Number
Type of of holding
branch- company
ing6
groups2-4

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Dollars (millions)

Insured commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Insured
Holding
companies commercial
banks

December 31, 1987, foreign and domestic data
Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

L

296
27
269

342
73
269

270
79
191

612
152
460

487

320

807

22,722
10,123
12,599

27,057
.. .
.. .

19,857
8,401
11,456

23,726

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

S

18
6
12

21
9
12

584
544
40

605
553
52

53

656

709

17,172
16,458
713

18,488
...
...

13,463
12,817
645

14,659

Pennsylvania....
Multibank
One-bank

L

129
36
93

196
102
94

2,813
2,331
482

3,009
2,433
576

296

3,013

3,309

141,070
125,844
15,227

147,974
. ..
.. .

107,009
93,612
13,397

113,058

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
4
5

9
4
5

167
118
49

176
122
54

12

170

182

12,953
11,860
1,093

13,211
.. .
...

9,829
8,884
946

10,056

South Carolina .
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

35
8
27

35
8
27

783
468
315

818
476
342

74

828

902

16,841
9,391
7,451

17,930
...
...

12,729
6,967
5,762

13,660

South Dakota . . .
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

69
16
53

90
37
53

165
91
74

255
128
127

136

184

320

19,300
17,036
2,264

20,348
...
. ..

7,423
5,403
2,020

8,347

Tennessee
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

L

153
25
128

215
87
128

1,024
727
297

1,239
814
425

280

1,130

1,410

38,049
30,577
7,472

41,157
.. .
.. .

31,302
24,585
6,717

34,054

Texas
Multibank
One-bank . . .

U

612
143
469

1,154
685
469

589
458
131

1,743
1,143
600

1,765

676

2,441

168,305
142,171
26,134

190,186
.. .
.. .

131,527
107,973
23,554

151,215

Utah
Multibank . . . ,
One-bank

S

23
8
15

25
10
15

^'329
286
43

354
296
58

49

393

442

9,595
8,879
716

11,042
...
...

7,743
7,100
643

8,779

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
4
9

21
11
10

198
81
117

219
92
127

26
...

204

230

4,636
2,005
2,632

4,934
...
...

4,150
1,803
2,347

4,419

Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

S

46
19
27

85
58
27

1,585
1,386
199

1,670
1,444
226

175

1,731

1,906

51,144
47,881
3,262

56,179
. . .
...

40,612
37,739
2,873

45,073

Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

32
10
22

39
17
22

812
742
70

851
759
92

90

945

1,035

31,097
29,633
1,464

33,079
. ..
. ..

25,466
24,155
1,311

27,224

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

L

58
28
30

121
91
30

193
151
42

314
242
72

207

262

469

11,602
9,276
2,325

15,246
.. .
.. .

9,935
7,870
2,065

13,151

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

206
48
158

402
245
157

615
466
149

1,017
711
306

554

709

1,263

35,032
28,267
6,766

40,640
., .
.. .

29,603
23,628
5,975

34,557

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

37
13
24

84
60
24

3
2
1

87
62
25

101

3

104

3,537
2,770
767

4,205
...
...

3,201
2,509
693

3,792

Statewide branching
Multibank
One-bank

25

970
307
663

1,334
669
665

23,632
18,456
5,176

24,966
19,125
5,841

2,410

25,721

28,131

1,588,362
1,343,884
244,478

1,695,0241,189,731
...
991,155
...
198,575

1,276,199

Limited branching
Multibank...'
One-bank

18

3,042
488
2,554

4,371
1,816
2,555

16,257
11,603
4,654

20,628
13,419
7,209

6,165

18,251

24,416

724,851
559,426
165,425

801,349
...
.. .

582,651
436,461
146,190

648,955

Unit branching
Multibank
One-bank

08

2,145
440
1,705

3,611
1,902
1,709

2,598
1,751
847

6,209
3,653
2,556

5,059

2,966

8,025

440,738
356,861
83,877

490,471
...
...

352,109
277,079
75,031

396,303

,

TOTALS, BY STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION8




229

77. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank,
December 31, 19871
Thousands of dollars
Account

All
size
classes

Asset size (millions ,of dollars)
Under 10

10^24

25=49

456,186
981,718
255,123
94,717
9,349
3,000

8,619
10,047
284
324
0
0

50,371
77,844
9,805
6,758
427
0

93,294
148,229
11,855
13,315
1,256
3,000

303,902
745,598
233,179
74,320
7,666
0

7 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
8 Net loans and leases
9 Premises and fixed assets
10 Real estate owned, not bank premises
11 Other assets
12 Intangible assets
13 Investment in unconsolidated subdivisions

417,213
2,874,407
110,323
33,117
83,785
1,730
157

5,010
28,270
1,666
683
753
99
0

44,159
231,051
11,817
3,838
7,008
0
0

55,864
406,531
21,166
9,235
12,972
88
0

312,180
2,208,555
75,674
19,361
63,052
1,543
157

14 Total assets

5,320,826

55,755

443,078

776,806

4,045,187

796,863
3,090,591
107,205
352,627
55,857

10,136
25,883
1,357
5,037
700

69,951
221,899
19,437
49,880
5,797

110,411
446,319
9,828
64,844
7,687

606,365
2,396,490
76,583
232,866
41,673

4,782,860
998,676
3,420,625

49,025
13,372
31,517

396,715
99,699
265,184

704,921
134,039
496,910

3,632,199
751,566
2,627,014

39,166
36,223
2,630
61,650

0
113
158
556

875
2,622
718
4,820

2,627
2,649
248
8,781

35,664
30,830
1,506
47,493

4,922,527

49,852

405,750

719,224

3,747,7011

11,966

0

2,253

1,356

8,357

3,376
137,939
191,645
53,373

20
3,484
4,786
=2,387

1,149
21,945
20,963
-8,982

0
36,546
31,709
-12,029

2,207
75,964
134,187
76,771

50 and ovar

ASSETS
1 Cash and due from depositories
2
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities, total
3
Securities
4
Other securities
5 Customers liability on acceptances
6 Assets held in trading accounts

LIABILITIES
15
16
17
18
19

Deposits
Demand—Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Total nontransaction accounts—IPC's
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
24 Treasury note balances and other borrowings
25 Mortgage indebtedness
26 All other liabilities
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
34 Total liabilities and equity capital
35 Number of banks

230



386,333

5,903

35,075

56,226

289,129

5,320,826

55,755

443,078

776,806

4,045,187

88

7

24

22

35

78. Financial assets of pension funds1
A. Totals for private and public funds
Billions of dollars

1978

1979

560.3

661.5

374.9
103.2
271.7
185.4
132.5
52.9
50.0
2.9

447.9
121.6
326.2
213.6
153.9
59.8
56.7
3.1

1976

1977

1 Total, all types

507.5

2 Private funds
3 Insured
4 Noninsured2
5 Public funds
6 State and local government
7 U S government
8
Civil service3
9
Railroad retirement

340.6
88.7
251.9
166.9
120.4
46.4
43.1
3.3

Fund

| 1980

1981

767.1

916.1

996.9

529.7
143.5
386.1
237.4
169.7
67.7
64.6
3.1

641.6
172.0
469.6
274.5
198.1
76.4
73.9
2.5

686.5
199.8
486.7
310.4
224.2
86.2
84.8
1.4

1982

1983

1984

1,170.6

1,378.1

1,512.6

810.1
242.9
567.2
360.5
262.5
97.9
97.4
.5

954.9
286.4
668.5
423.2
311.2
112.0
111.4
.6

1,026.1
331.6
694.5
486.5
356.6
130.0
126.9
3.1

1985

1986

1987

1,791.3

2,054.4

2,235.3

1,237.8
400.0
837.8
553.5
404.7
148.8
144.6
4.2

1,415.4
476.9
938.5
638.9
469.4
169.6
163.4
6.2

1,537.3
551.7
985.5
698.0
508.5
189.5
182.7
6.8

B. Types of assets held by private noninsured funds
Billions of dollars
Type of asset
1 Total financial assets
2 Demand deposits and currency
3 Money market fund shares
4 Time deposits . . .
5 Mutual fund shares
6 Other corporate equities
7 U.S. government securities
8 Corporate and foreign bonds
9 Mortgages
10 Open market paper
1 1 Miscellaneous assets

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

251.9

271.7

326.2

386.1

469.6

486.7

567.2

668.5

694.5

837.8

938.5

985.5

45

4.8
.1
12.0
3.7
123.6
29.8
44.6
2.5
11.3
39.3

5.2
.4
19.4
3.7
1503
31.9
53 0
2.7
11 2
48.6

5.1
1.2
25.1
5.1
175.4
38.6
63.7
3.0
15.4
53.7

4.2
2.6
25.1
7.1
223.5
50.6
77.7
3.5
19.5
55.8

3.4
6.6
25.7
4.1
218.5
66.9
83.3
3.9
24.5
49.9

4.0
4.7
33.2
4.2
262.0
77.1
89.8
5.8
31.6
54.7

4.8
5.1
40.7
7.0
313.6
89.2
100.3
6.4
38.4
63.0

5.3
8.1
44.1
8.8
308.7
96.5
110.5
6.5
42.2
64.0

6.2
9.1
51 7
19.1
393 3
104.6
121 0
7.0
49 9
76.0

6.9
12.5
57.2
25.0
456.4
111.4
128 3
7.4
560
77.4

85
11.9
69 7
28.9
4606
122.2
147 4
7.7
68 5
60.1

86
3.5
125 5
24.2
40 2
2.4
11 0
32.0

C. Types of assets held by state and local government funds
Billions of dollars
Type of asset
1 Total financial assets
2
3
4
5

Corporate bonds
Corporate equities
U.S. government securities
Other




1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

120.4

132.5

153.9

169.7

198.1

224.2

262.5

311.2

356.6

404.7

469.4

508.5

66.9
30 1
10.9
12 5

72.9
30 0
16.3
13 3

81.9
33 3
23.4
15 3

94.5
44 3
40.0
19 2

103.8
47 8
51.8
20 8

107.3
60.2
71.2
23.9

106.6
89 6
88.2
26 8

118.1
96 5
111.2
30 7

129.0
120 1
123.5
32 1

139.8
150 2
144.2
35 3

136.2
172 6
1627
37 0

85,0
37 1
30.1
17 5

231

79. Terms of consumer installment credit1
Percent per year; unless noted otherwise

1985

Item

1987

1987

1986

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

INTEREST RATES
Commercial banks2
48-month new ear
24-month personal
120-month mobile home ,
Credit card

12.91
15.94
14.96
16.69

11.33
14.82
13.99
18.26

10.46
14.23
13.38
17.93

11.98
17.59

9.44
15.95

10.73
14.61

11.65
14.62

10.7&
14.56

10.59
14.40

10.81
14.49

10.69
14.45

Maturity (months)
1 New car
8 Used car

51.5
41.4

50.0
42.6

53.5
45.2

53.8
44.8

53.6
44.7

53.7
44.9

54.3
45.0

53.5
45.2

Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car

91.0
94.0

90.8
96.0

93.0
98.0

94.0
98.0

94.0
99.0

94.0
99.0

94.0
98.0

93,0
98.0

Amount financed (dollars)
11 New car
12 Used car

9,915
6,089

10,664
6,554

11,203
7,420

10,902
7,067

10,602
7,075

10,641
7,145

10,946
7,234

11,176

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1
2
3
4

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car

10.24
14.00
13.23
17.93

10.33
14.1,0
13.42
18.10

OTHER TERMS3

1987

INTEREST RATES
1
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car
24-month personal
120-month mobile home
Credit card

10.37
14.22
13.24
17.85

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car

10.86
14.58
13.62
17.82

10.64
14.47

10.52
14.53

9.63
14.53

8.71
14.58

10.31
14.76

12.24
14.90

12.23
14.97

Maturity (months)
1 New car
8 Used car

53.6
45.4

53.4
45.5

52.1
45.4

50.7
45.2

52,8
45.2

55.4
45.3

55.5

Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car

93.0
98.0

93.0
98.0

93.0
98.0

93.0
98.0

93.0
99.0

94.0
99.0

93.0
99.0

11,214
7,479

11,267
7,527

11,374
7,763

11,145
7,476

11,585
7,537

11,630
7,646

11,64,5
7,718

OTHER TERMS3

Amount financed (dollars)
11 New car
12 Used car

80. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1987!
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit

Regulation G

Total

37,502
....

287
293

37,789
293

37,502

580

38,082

NYSE members
1 Margin a ccounts^
2 "Plan le riders"1*
3 Total3 .

232



....

....

Other brokers
and dealers2

Total

37,493

9

37,493

9

45.3

81. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1987
Millions of dollars
Amount1

Item
ASSETS
1
2
3
4

Debit balances due from public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

37,502
8,797
588
304

5 Total

47,191

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 To be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 All other assets

105,887
179,565
85,620

9 Total assets

418,263
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10
11
12
13

Credit balances due to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecuritics accounts
Other accounts

9,110
19,107
2,267
966

14 Total

31,450

15 Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts

60,907

Credit balances due on loans
16 U.S. banks
17 Foreign banks
18 Other lenders

19,847
6,413
9,341

19 Total

35,602

20 To be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 All other liabilities and capital

193,708
96,596

22 Total liabilities and capital

418,263

MEMO: Number of margin accounts
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

1,190,852
1,626,158

25 Total

2,817,010

82. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages1
Number
of loans

Amount
committed
(millions
of dollars)

1985
1986

2,159
2,135

1987

1,891
108
133
153
177
214
187
173
118
137
160
207
124

Period

January . .
February .
March . . .
' '!....

r

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




Average2
Loan
amount
(thousands
of dollars)

Contract
interest
rate
(percent)

Maturity
(years/
months)

Loanto-value
ratio
(percent)

Capitalization rate
(percent)

Debt
coverage

Percent
constant

20,633.8
24,063.9

9,557
11,271

11.77
9.72

8/3
9/0

71.0
71.1

10.1
9.3

1.24
1.32

12.1
10.3

20,951.2
1,103.0
1,265.4
1,629.7
2,295.6
2,231.2
1,927.2
2,526.1
1,192.4
1,188.6
2,060.8
2,138.6
1,392.6

11,079
10,213
9,514
10,651
12,969
10,426
10,306
14,602
10,105
8,676
12,880
10,331
11,230

9.63
9.19
9.18
9.13
9.19
9.38
9.63
9.74
9.71
9.96
10.18
10.11
9.99

8/4
8/6
9/1

71.8
71.1
71.9
72.7
71.1
72.6
72.1
70.9
71.9
72.3
72.4
71.5
71.1

9.2
9.0
9.2
9.0
9.1
9.3
9.1
9.0
9.1
9.4
9.1
9.8
9.0

1.29
1.32
1.32
1.30
1.34
1.33
1.24
1.25
1.26
1.30
1.21
1.26
1.32

10.1
9.9
9.7
9.8
10.0
9.9
10.2
10.2
10.2
10.2
10.6
10.5
10.4

8/6

9/6
8/8
8/11
7/11
8/8
7/8
8/2
6/8
7/10

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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.
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 non-deposit 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. 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 plus 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 plus the remaining items seasonally adjusted as a whole.
4. Composition of money stock and debt measures is as follows:
Ml: (1) currency outside the Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
the vaults of depository institutions; (2) travelers checks of nonbank
issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those
due to depository institutions, 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.
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.
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits and term RP liabilities
(in amounts of S100,000 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, institutiononly 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 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, shortterm Treasury securities, commercial paper and bankers acceptances, net
of money market 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 based on monthly averages.
Growth rates for debts reflect adjustments for discontinuities over time
in the levels of debt presented in other tables.
5. 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 estimated amount of demand deposits and vault cash held by thrift institutions to service their time and
savings deposits liabilities.
6. 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.
7. Exclude MMDAs.
8. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail RPs—are those
issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All IRA and Keogh accounts
at commercial banks and thrift institutions are subtracted from small time
deposits.
9. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts of
$100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.
10. Large-denomination time deposits at commercial banks less those
held by money market mutual funds, depository institutions, and foreign
banks and official institutions.
11. Changes calculated from figures shown in table 13. Adjusted for
breaks in series.

TABLE 2
1. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U.S. government
securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes any securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched salepurchase transactions.
2. Revised tor periods October 1986 through April 1987. At times
during this interval, outstanding gold certificates were inadvertently in
excess of the gold stock. Revised data not included in this table are
available from the Division of Research and Statistics, Banking Section.
3. Amounts of currency and coin held as reserves are shown in table 3,
line 3 plus line 4.
4. Excludes required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate
for float.

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TABLE 3

TABLE 6

1. 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 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.

1. Reserve requirements in effect on December 31, 1987. Required
reserves must be held in the form of deposits with Federal Reserve Banks
or vault cash. Nonmembers may maintain reserve balances with a Federal
Reserve Bank indirectly on a pass-through basis with certain approved
institutions. For previous reserve requirements, see earlier editions of
the Annual Report and of the Federal Resewe Bulletin. Under provisions
of the Monetary Control Act, depository institutions include commercial
banks, mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions,
agencies and branches of foreign banks, and Edge corporations.
2. The Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982 (Public
Law 97-320) requires that $2 million of reservable liabilities (transaction
accounts, nonpersonal time deposits, and Eurocurrency liabilities) of each
depository institution be subject to a zero percent reserve requirement.
The Board is to adjust the amount of reservable liabilities subject to this
zero percent reserve requirement each y^ar for the 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. On Dec. 15, 1987, the exemption was raised from $2.9
million to $3.2 million. In determining ':he reserve requirements of depository institutions, the exemption shall apply in the following order;
(1) net NOW accounts (NOW accounts less allowable deductions); (2)
net other transaction accounts; and (3) nonpersonal time deposits or
Eurocurrency liabilities starting with those with the highest reserve ratio.
With respect to NOW accounts and other transaction accounts, the ex*
emption applies only to such accounts tha^: would be subject to a 3 percent
reserve requirement.
3. 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, MMDAs and similar
accounts subject to the rules that permit no more than six preauthorized,
automatic, or other transfers per month, of which no more than three
can be checks, are not transaction accounts (such accounts are savings
deposits subject to time deposit reserve requirements).
4. The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires that the amount of
transaction accounts against which the 3 percent reserve requirement
applies be modified annually by 80 percent of the percentage increase
in transaction accounts held by all depository institutions, determined as
of June 30 each year. Effective December 15, 1987 for institutions
reporting quarterly and December 29, 1987 for institutions reporting
weekly, the amount was increased from $36.7 million to $40.5 million.
5. In general, nonpersonal time deposits are time deposits, including
savings deposits, that are not transaction accounts and in which a 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 4
1. Banks with assets of $1 billion or more as of December 31, 1977.
2. Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities; other depository institutions; foreign banks and official institutions; and United States government agencies.

TABLE 5
1. Adjustment credit is available on a short-term basis to help depository institutions meet temporary needs for funds that cannot be met
through reasonable alternative sources. After May 19, 1986, the highest
rate established for loans to depository institutions may be charged on
adjustment credit loans of unusual size that result from a major operating
problem at the borrower's facility.
Seasonal credit is available to help smaller depository institutions meet
regular, seasonal needs for funds that cannot be met through special
industry lenders and that arise from a combination of expected patterns
of movement in their deposits and loans. A temporary simplified seasonal
program was established on March 8, 1985, and the interest rate was
fixed at l/2 percent above the rate on adjustment credit. The program was
reestablished on February 18, 1986, and again on January 28, 1987, the
rate could be either the same as that for adjustment credit or a fixed rate
l
/2 percent higher. See sections 201.3 (a) and 201.3 (b)(l) of Regulation A.
2. Extended credit is available to depository institutions, where similar
assistance is not reasonably available from other sources, when exceptional circumstances or practices involve only a particular institution or
when an institution is experiencing difficulties adjusting to changing
market conditions over a longer period of time.
3. For extended-credit loans outstanding more than 30 days, a flexible
rate somewhat above rates on market sources of funds ordinarily will be
charged, but in no case will the rate charged be less than the basic discount
rate plus 50 basis points. The flexible rate is reestablished on the first
business day of each two-week reserve maintenance period. At the discretion of the Federal Reserve Bank, the time period for which the basic
discount rate is applied may be shortened. See section 201.3 (b)(2) of
Regulation A.

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TABLE 7
1. These regulations adopted by the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit
the amount of credit to purchase and carry "margin securities" (as
defined in the regulations) when such credit is collateralized by securities.
Margin requirements on securities other than options are the difference
between the market value (100 percent) and the maximum loan value of
collateral as prescribed by the Board.
Special margin requirements for bonds, convertible into stocks were
adopted by the Board of Governors effective March 11,1968.
On January 1, 1977, the Board of Govarnors for the first time established in Regulation T the initial margin required for writing options on
securities, setting it at 30 percent of the current market value of the stock
underlying the option. On September 30, 1985, the Board changed the
required initial margin, allowing it to be the same as the option maintenance margin required by the appropriate exchange or self-regulatory
organization; such maintenance margin rules must be approved by the

Securities and Exchange Commission. Effective June 8, 1988 margins
were set to be the price of the option plus 20 percent of the market value
of the stock underlying the option (or 15 percent in the case of stockindex options).

TABLE 8
*Less than $500,000 in absolute value.
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.
2. In July 1984 the Open Market Trading Desk discontinued accepting
bankers acceptances in repurchase agreements.

TABLE 9-A
1. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U.S. Treasury securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes securities
sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched sale-purchase transactions.
2. Valued monthly at market exchange rates.
3. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve Bank
of Chicago in Treasury bills maturing within 90 days.
4. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange commitments.

TABLE 9-B
1. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are exempt from
the collateral requirement.

TABLE 9-C
1. Holdings under repurchase agreements are classified as maturing
within 15 days in accordance with maximum maturity of the agreements.

TABLE 10
1. Represents 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 beginning December 1978.
3. Excludes ATS and NOW accounts, MMDA and special club accounts, such as Christmas and vacation clubs.
4. Money market deposit accounts.
SOURCE. Data for demand deposits are available beginning 1970 estimated in part from the debits series for 233 SMSAs that were available
through June 1977. Data for ATS and NOW accounts and savings deposits are available beginning July 1977. Back data are available on
request from the Banking Section, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.

TABLE 11
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 depository institutions; (2) travelers checks of nonbank
issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those
due to depository institutions, 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.
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 depositsincluding 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,
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, institutiononly 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 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, shortterm 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 based on monthly averages.
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 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. Savings deposits exclude MMDAs.
9. 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 world-wide to U.S.
residents other than depository institutions and money market mutual
funds (general purpose and broker-dealer).
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.

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11. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts of
$100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.

Cummulative Assets Shifted to International Banking Facilities
Monthly averages, not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, all commercial banks

Item
TABLE 12
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 non-deposit 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 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 plus, for institutions not having required reserve balances,
the excess of current vault cash over the amount applied to satisfy current
reserve requirements. Currency and vault cash figures are measured over
the weekly computation period ending Monday.
The seasonally adjusted monetary base 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.

TABLE 13
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.
Through June 1981 data for foreign-related institutions 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. Beginning
July 1981 data are prorated averages of Wednesday data.
2. 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.
3. Beginning April 1, 1981, an accounting procedure change by one
bank reduced commercial and industrial loans $0.1 billion.
4. Beginning 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 table shows 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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1982

1981
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Total loans and securities . . 15.3 29.8
Other securities
.3
.6
Total loans and leases . . . 15.0 29.2
Commercial and industrial
to non-U.S.
7.3 13.8
addressees
Foreign banks
3.7
7.4
Foreign official
3.4
6.9
institutions
All other loans
.7
1.1

31.0
.6
30.4

31.8
.6
31.2

32.5
.6
31.8

32.8
.6
32.1

33.1
,6
32,5

4.2
7.8

14.6
8.1

14.9
8.3

15.0
8.4

15 i
8,6

7.2
1.1

7.3
1.1

7.5
1.1

7.6
1.2

7,7
1.2

July
33.4
.6
32.7

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

23.8
.6
33.1

34.0
.6
33.4

34.3
.6
33.7

34.6
.6
34.0

35.0
.6
34.4

15.2
8.6
7.7
1.2

15.4
8.7
7.8
1.2

15.5
8.7
7.9
1.2

15.7
8.8
8.1
1.2

15.7
8.8
8.2
1.2

15.8
9.0
8.3
1.2

Dec.

1982

Total loans and securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases
Commercial and industrial to
non-U.S. addressees
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
All other loans . .

5. Adjusted to exclude federal funds sold to commercial banks and
domestic commercial interbank loans.
6. Includes nonfinancial commercial paper.
7. Includes the 50 states and the Dist-iet of Columbia.
8. Beginning February 24, 1982, beeiuse of 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 eaeih increased $0.1 billion. Total loans and leases increased $0.8 billion and
real estate loans, $0,7 billion.
9. Beginning March 17, 1982, because of 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.
10. Beginning September 29, 1982, as the result of reclassifications,
total loans and leases were reduced SO, I 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.
11. Beginning January 5, 1983, as the result of reclassifieations, real
estate loans increased while loans to individuals decreased $0.2 billion,
12. Beginning January 12, 1983, real estate loans increased $0.4
billion; loans to individuals and all other loans each decreased $0,2 billion
because of loan reclassifications.
13. Beginning January 26, 1983, total loans and leases, and commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees decreased $0.2 billlion.
Other securities increased $0.2 billion because of rectification,
14. Beginning February 2, 1983, eonmercial and industrial loans
decreased and real estate loans increased $0.5 billion as the result of a
loan reclassiftcation.
15. Beginning October 5, 1983, becaise of reclassifications, commercial and industrial loans to non-U.S, addressees increased $0.3 billion, while all other loans were reduced ':he same amount.
16. 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 each decreased $1.0 billion.
17. Beginning January 4, 1984, several definitional changes occurred
in the bank 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 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 noninsured commercial banks were eliminated from the series. Total loans and securities were reduced
$1.3 billion; U.S. government securities, $0.2 billion; other securities, $0.3 billion; and 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.
18. 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.
19. 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.
20. Beginning 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 and real estate loans,
$0.4 billion; loans to individuals and nonbank financial loans each decreased $0.1 billion.
21. 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.
22. Beginning January 23, 1985, nonbank financial loans decreased
$0.1 billion. All other loans increased $0.1 billion because of reclassifications.
23. Beginning March 27, 1985, loans to foreign governments increased $0.2 billion because of loan reclassifications, while loans to
foreign banks declined $0.2 billion.
24. Beginning April 24, 1985, commercial and industrial loans to
U.S. addressees increased $0.2 billion because of loan reclassifications.
All other loans decreased $0.2 billion.
25. Beginning June 12, 1985, reclassifications increased loans to state
and political subdivisions $0.1 billion and reduced real estate loans $0.1
billion.
26. Beginning June 11, 1986, nonbank financial loans were increased
$0.2 billion and all other loans were reduced $0.2 billion because of
loan reclassifications.
27. Beginning July 16, 1986, the closing of a domestically chartered
bank reduced total loans and leases, $0.3 billion; commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees, $0.2 billion; and real estate loans, $0.1
billion, as the FDIC acquired some of the bank's assets.
28. Beginning September 3, 1986, commercial and industrial loans
to U.S. addressees increased $0.1 billion while real estate loans declined
$0.1 billion because of reclassifications of loans.
29. Beginning September 29, 1986, because of the merger of a commercial bank with a savings and loan, total loans and securities increased
$1.0 billion; total loans and leases increased $0.9 billion; other securities
increased $0.1 billion and real estate loans increased $0.8 billion.
30. Beginning September 29, 1986, total loans and leases increased
$1.1 billion; commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees increased
$0.2 billion; and lease financing receivables increased $0.8 billion because of the acquisition of a leasing corporation by a commercial bank.
31. Beginning November 26, 1986, because of the merger of a commercial bank with a savings association, total loans and securities increased $0.7 billion; total loans and leases increased $0.5 billion; U.S.
government securities and other securities each increased $0.1 billion;
real estate loans increased $0.4 billion; and loans to individuals increased
$0.1 billion.
32. Beginning January 7, 1987, because of the acquisition of a mortgage company by a commercial bank, total loans and leases and real
estate loans increased $0.4 billion.
33. Beginning February 25,1987, total loans and leases and real estate
loans decreased $0.3 billion because of loan sales.
34. Beginning March 25, 1987, loans to individuals were reduced
$0.2 billion because of an accounting change procedure at one bank.
35. Beginning May 20, 1987, consumer loans decreased and real
estate loans increased $0.2 billion because of loan reclassifications.
36. Beginning June 10, 1987, total loans and leases and loans to
individuals decreased $0.6 billion, reflecting loan sales to a nonbank
purchaser.
37. Beginning June 17, 1987, loan reclassifications increased real




estate loans, $2.3 billion; reduced consumer loans, $2.1 billion; reduced
loans to nonbank financial institutions, $0.1 billion; and commercial and
industrial loans to U.S. addressees, $0.2 billion
38. Beginning September 2, 1987, the purchase of credit card receivables by a commercial bank increased loans to individuals, $0.6
billion.
39. Beginning October 7, 1987, absorption of a nonbank affiliate by
a commercial bank increased total loans and leases, $1.9 billion; real
estate loans, $1.8 billion; and commercial and industrial loans to U.S.
addressees, $0.1 billion.
40. Beginning November 18, 1987, total loans and leases and loans
to individuals were reduced $0.5 billion because of a sale of loans to
nonbanks.
41. Beginning December 23, 1987, the conversion of a mutual savings
bank to a commercial bank increased total loans and securities, $1.0
billion; total loans and leases, $0.8 billion; commercial and industrial
loans to U.S. addressees, $0.1 billion; real estate loans, $0.4 billion;
loans to individuals, $0.3 billion; U.S. government securities, $0.1 billion; and other securities, $0.2 billion.

TABLE 14
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 net Eurodollars not seasonally adjusted,
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. They include borrowings from Federal Reserve
Banks and from foreign banks, term federal funds, overdrawn due from
bank balances, loan RPs, and participations in pooled loans.
4. Averages of daily figures for member and nonmember banks.
5. Averages of daily data.
6. Based on averages of daily data reported by 122 large banks.
7. U.S. Treasury demand deposits and Treasury tax-and-loan notes
at commercial banks; averages of daily data.
8. Averages of Wednesday figures.

TABLE 15
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 weekly reports from large
agencies and branches of foreign banks and on quarter-end condition
reports for investment companies and Edge act and agreement corporations engaged in banking.
2. Domestically chartered commercial banks include all member banks
and insured nonmember banks. They include all bank-premises subsidiaries and other significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries. Data are
for the last Wednesday of the month, and are based on weekly reports
from a sample of weekly reporting banks and quarter-end universe data.

TABLE 16
1. All large weekly reporting commercial banks are those with domestic assets of $1.4 billion 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 Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Banking
Section, Division of Monetary Affairs.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Includes federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.

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4. This is not a measure of equity capital for use in capital-adequacy
analysis or for other analytic uses.
5. Exclusive of loans and federal funds transactions with domestic
commercial banks.
6. Loans sold are those sold outright to a bank's own foreign branches,
nonconsolidated nonbank affiliates of the bank, the bank's holding company (if not a bank), and nonconsolidated nonbank subsidiaries of the
holding company.
7. These amounts represent accumulated adjustments originally made
to offset the cumulative effects of mergers. They should be added to
outstanding data for any date in the year to establish comparability with
data in the subsequent year. For a description of the adjustment process,
see Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, pages 148-49.

TABLE 17
1. Effective January 1, 1986, the reporting panel includes 65 U.S.
branches and agencies of foreign banks, that include those branches and
agencies with assets of $750 million or more on June 30, 1980, plus
those branches and agencies that had reached the $750 million asset level
on December 31, 1984.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Consists of credit balances, demand deposits, and other checkable
deposits.
4. Consists of savings deposits, money market deposit accounts, and
time deposits.
5. Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
6. Excludes loans made and federal funds sold to commercial banks
in the United States.

TABLE 18
1. Estimates of gross deposits are based on reports supplied by a
sample of commercial banks and include cash items in process of collection. Types of depositors in each category are described in the Federal
Reserve Bulletin, vol. 57 (June 1971), p. 465 except that financial business deposits and, by implication, total gross demand deposits were
redefined beginning 1985:1 to exclude demand deposits due to thrift
institutions.

TABLE 19
1. A change in the reporting panel in November resulted in a slight
understatement of outstanding volume.
2. Institutions engaged primarily in commercial, savings, and mortgage banking; sales, personal, and mortgage financing; factoring, finance
leasing, and other business lending; insurance underwriting; and other
investment activities.
3. Includes all financial company paper sold by dealers in the open
market.
4. As reported by financial companies that place their paper directly
with investors.
5. Includes public utilities and firms engaged primarily in activities
such as communications, construction, manufacturing, mining, wholesale and retail trade, transportation and services.

TABLE 20
1. The prime rate is the rate that banks charge their most creditworthy
business customers on short-term loans. The table shows the date on
which a new rate came to be the predominant one quoted, rather than
the date on which the first bank made a change in the rate.

TABLE 21
1. The survey of terms of bank lending to business collects data on

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gross loan extensions made during the first full business week in the
mid-month of each quarter by a sample of 340 commercial batiks of all
sizes. A subsample of 250 banks also report loans to farmers. The sample
data are blown up to estimate the lending terms at all insured commercial
banks during that week. The estimated terms of bank lending are not
intended for use in collecting the terms of loans extended over the entire
quarter or residing in the portfolios of those banks. 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. Mortgage loans, purchased loans,
foreign loans, and loans of less than $1 ,CQQ are excluded from the survey.
As of December 31, 1986, assets of most of the large banks were at
least $8.5 billion. For all insured bajiks total assets averaged $207
million.
2. Average maturities are weighted by loan size and exclude demand
loans.
3. Effective (compounded) annual interest rates are calculated from
the stated rate and other terms of the lean and weighted by loan size.
4. The chances are about two out of three that the average rate shown
would differ by less than this amount from the average rate that would
be found by a complete survey of lending at all banks.
5. The interquartile range shows the interest rate range that encompasses the middle 50 percent of the told dollar amount of loans made,
6. The most common base rate is that rate used to price the largest
dollar volume of loans. Base pricing rates include the prime rate (sometimes referred to as a bank's "basic" cr "reference11 rate); the federal
funds rate: domestic money market ratss other than the federal funds
rate; foreign money market rates; and other base rates not included in
the foregoing classifications.
7. Overnight loans are loans that mature on the following business
day.
8. Demand loans have no stated date of maturity.
9. Nominal (not compounded) annual interest rates are calculated from
survey data on the stated rate and other terms of the loan and weighted
by loan size.
10. The prime rate reported by each bank is weighted by the volume
of loans extended and then averaged.
11. The proportion of loans made at rates below prime may vary
substantially from the proportion of such loans outstanding in banks'
portfolios.
12. Among banks reporting loans to fanners (table C), most "large
banks" (survey strata 1 to 3) had over $600 million in total assets, and
most "other banks" (survey strata 4 to 6) had total assets below $600
million.

TABLE 22
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.
Weekly figures are averages for the statement week ending Wednesday.
2. Rate for the Federal Reserve Bank: of New York.
3. Unweighted average of offering rotes quoted by at least five dealers (in the case of commercial paper) or finance companies (in the case
of finance paper).
4. Yields are quoted on a bank-discount basis, rather than on an
investment-yield basis, which would give a higher figure.
5. 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).
6. Unweighted average of offered rate s quoted by at least five dealers
early in the day.
7. Unweighted average of closing-bid rates quoted by at least five
dealers.
8. Rates are recorded in the week m which bills are issued,
9. Yields are based on closing bid prices quoted by at least five
dealers.
10. 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.

11. Average yields (to maturity or call) for all outstanding bonds
neither due nor callable in less than 10 years, including one very low
yielding "flower" bond.
12. General obligations based on Thursday figures; Moody's Investors
Service.
13. General obligations only, with 20 years to maturity, issued by 20
state and local governmental units of mixed quality. Based on figures
for Thursday.
14. Daily figures from Moody's Investors Service. Based on yields
to maturity on selected long-term bonds.
15. 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.
16. 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 transporation. Common stock ratios on the 500 stocks
in the price index.

TABLE 23
1. Beginning January 25, 1984, Standard and Poor's Corporation rebased the transportation index making 1982= 100, rather than 10. Data
only from 1974 are available on this new basis.
2. Free credit balances are in accounts with no unfulfilled commitments to the brokers and are subject to withdrawal by customers on
demand.

TABLE 24-C
1. Data are reported on a net-of-valuation-reserves basis. Data for
December 31, 1987, are revised as follows:
259,643

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Loans
Mortgage
Other
...
Securities
U S government2
Mortgage- backed securities
State and local government
Corporate and other3 . . .
Cash
Other assets
.

. ...

...

138 494
33,871

13,510
32 772
2,003
18,772
5 864
14,357

10 Liabilities

259,643

11 Deposits
12 Regular4
13
Ordinary savings . . . .
14
Time
15 Other
16 Other liabilities
17 General reserve accounts .

201 497
196,037
41,959
112 429
5,460
35 720
20,633

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 are by the National Council of Savings Institutions
for all savings banks in the United States, and for FDIC-insured savings
banks that have converted to federal savings banks.
TABLE 24-D

TABLE 24-A
1. Centra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Centra-assets to mortgage loans, contracts, and pass-through securities
include loans in process, unearned discounts and deferred loan fees,
valuation allowances for mortgages "held for sale," and specific reserves
and other valuation allowances.
2. Centra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Centra-assets to nonmortgage loans include loans in process, unearned
discounts and deferred loan fees, and specific reserves and valuation
allowances.
3. Holding of stock in Federal Home Loan Bank and Finance leases
plus interest are included in "Other" (line 9).
SOURCE. FSLlC-insured institutions'. Estimates by the FHLBB for all
institutions insured by the FSLIC and based on the FHLBB thrift
Financial Report.

SOURCE. Estimates are 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.

TABLE 24-E
1. Direct and guaranteed obligations. Excludes federal agency issues
not guaranteed, which are shown in this table under "Business" securities
(line 6).
2. Issues of foreign governments and their subdivisions and bonds of
the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
SOURCE. Estimates are by 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 24-B
TABLE 25
1. Centra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Centra-assets to mortgage loans, contracts, and pass-through securities
include loans in process, unearned discounts and deferred loan fees,
valuation allowances for mortgages "held for sale," and specific reserves
and other valuation allowances.
2. Contra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Centra-assets to nonmortgage loans include loans in process, unearned
discounts and deferred loan fees, and specific reserves and valuation
allowances.
3. Holding of stock in Federal Home Loan Banks are included in
"Other" (line 10).
SOURCE. FSL/C-insured federal savings banks: Estimates by the FHLBB
for all institutions insured by the FSLIC and based on the FHLBB thrift
Financial Report.




1. FY 1987 total outlays and deficit do not correspond to the monthly
data because the Monthly Treasury Statement has not completed the
monthly distribution of revisions reflected in the fiscal year total in The
Budget of the U.S. Government Fiscal Year 1989.
2. In accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit
Control Act of 1985, all former off-budget entries are now presented enbudget. The Federal Financing Bank (FFB) activities are now shown as
separate accounts under the agencies that use the FFB to finance their
programs. The act has also moved two social security trust funds (Federal
old-age survivors insurance and Federal disability insurance trust funds)
off-budget.
3. Includes, 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; accrued interest payable to the public;
allocations of special drawing rights; deposit funds; miscellaneous lia-

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bility (including checks outstanding) and asset accounts; seigniorage;
increment on gold; net gain or loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment; net gain or loss for IMF loan-valuation adjustment; and profit on
sale of gold.
SOURCES. Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the
U.S. Government, and the Budget of the U.S. Government.

1. Old-age, disability and hospital insurance, and railroad retirement
accounts.
2. Federal employee retirement contributions and civil service retirement and disability fund.
3. Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks and other miscellaneous receipts.
SOURCES. U.S. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government and the U.S.
Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government,
Fiscal Year 1989.

to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York by the U.S. government
securities dealers on its published list cf primary dealers.
Averages for transactions are based cm the number of trading days in
the period. The figures exclude allotments of, and exchanges for, new
U.S. Treasury securities, redemptions of called or matured securities,
purchases or sales of securities under repurchase agreement, reverse
repurchase (resale), or similar contracts.
2. Data for immediate transactions do not include forward transactions.
3. Includes, among others, all other dealers and brokers in commodities and securities, nondealer departments of commercial banks, foreign
banking agencies, and the Federal Rese;-ve System.
4. Futures contracts are standardized agreements arranged on an organized exchange in which parties commit to purchase or sell securities
for delivery at a future date.
5. Forward transactions are agreements arranged in the over-the-counter
market in which securities are purchased (sold) for delivery after five
business days from the date of the transaction for Treasury securities
(Treasury bills, notes, and bonds) or after thirty days for mortgage-backed
agency issues.

TABLE 26-B

TABLE 29-B

1. Functional details may not add to total outlays for calendar year
data because revisions to monthly outlay totals have not been distributed
among functions.
2. Includes interest received by trust funds.
3. Consists of rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf, U.S.
government contributions for employee retirement, and the sale of major
assets.
SOURCES. U.S. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government and the U.S.
Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government,
Fiscal Year 1989.

1. Data for dealer positions are obtained from reports submitted to
the Federal Reserve Bank of New York by the U.S. government securities
dealers on its published list of primary dealers. Data for positions are
averages of daily figures, in terms of par value, based on the number of
trading days in the period. Positions are net amounts and are shown 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, thai 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 securties involved are not available
for trading purposes. Immediate positions include reverses to maturity,
which are securities that were sold after having been obtained under
reverse repurchase agreements that mature on the same day as the securities. Data for immediate positions do not include forward positions.

TABLE 26-A

TABLE 27
1. Includes guaranteed debt of U.S. Treasury and other federal agencies, specified participation certificates, notes to international lending
organizations, and District of Columbia stadium bonds.
SOURCES. Treasury Bulletin and Monthly Statement of the Public Debt
of the United States.

TABLE 28
1. Includes (not shown separately) securities issued to the Rural Electrification Administration, depository bonds, retirement plan bonds, and
individual retirement bonds.
2. Nonmarketable series denominated in dollars and series denominated in foreign currency held by foreigners,
3. Held almost entirely by U.S. Treasury and other federal 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. Savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, credit unions,
mutual savings banks, corporate pension trust funds, dealers and brokers,
certain U.S. Treasury deposit accounts, and U.S. Treasury and federally
sponsored agencies.
SOURCES. Data by type of security, U.S. Treasury Department, Monthly
Statement of the Public Debt of the United States', data by holder, Treasury Bulletin.
TABLE 29-A
1. Transactions are market purchases and sales of securities as reported

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TABLE 29-C
1. Data are obtained from reports submitted to the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York by the U.S. government securities dealers on its
published list of primary dealers. Figures cover financing involving U.S.
Treasury and federal agency securities, negotiable certificates of deposit
(CDs), bankers acceptances, and commercial paper (based on Wednesday
figures, in terms of actual money borrowed or lent).
2. Includes all reverse repurchase agreements, including those that
have been arranged to make delivery on short sales and those for which
the securities obtained have been used as collateral on borrowings, that
is, matched agreements.
3. Includes both repurchase agreements undertaken to finance positions and "matched book" repurchase agreements.

TABLE 30
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the Defense Department between
1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners assistance programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt beginning
October 1, 1976.
3. Off-budget August 17, 1974, through September 30, 1976; onbudget 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, Education, and Welfare;

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 estimated.
8. Before late 1981, the Association obtained financing through the
Federal Financing Bank (FFB).
9. The Financing Corporation, established in August 1987 to recapitalize the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, undertook
its first borrowing in October 1987.
10. The FFB, which began operations in 1974, is authorized to purchase or sell obligations issued, sold, or guaranteed by other federal
agencies. Since I^FB 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.
11. Includes FFB purchases of agency assets and guaranteed loans;
the latter contain loans guaranteed by numerous agencies with the guarantees of any particular agency being generally small. The Farmers Home
Administration item consists exclusively of agency assets, while the Rural
Electrification Administration entry contains both agency assets and guaranteed loans.
TABLE 31
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Includes school districts.
SOURCE, Securities Data Company.
TABLE 32
1. Figures which represent gross proceeds of issues maturing in more
than one year, are the principal amount or the number of units multiplied
by the offering price. Excludes secondary offerings, employee stock
plans, investment companies other than closed-end, intracorporate transactions, equities sold 'abroad, and Yankee bonds. Stock data include
ownership securities issued by limited partnerships.
2. Monthly data include only public offerings.
3. Private placement data are not available on a monthly basis.
SOURCES. IDI) Information Services, Inc., the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission, and the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System.
TABLE 33
1. Excluding money market funds.
2. Includes reinvestment of investment income dividends. Excludes
reinvestment of capital gains distributions and share issues of conversions
from one fund to another in the same group.
3. Excludes share redemptions resulting from conversions from one
fund to another in the same group.
4. Market value at end of period, less current liabilities.
5. Also includes all U.S. Treasury securities and other short term debt
securities.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute. Data based on reports of members, which comprise substantially all open-end investment companies
registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Data reflect
newly formed companies after their initial offering of securities.

1987, and consequently were not submitted to the same revision process
as the outstanding data published in part A.
TABLE 37
1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages originated by major institutional lender groups; during the first five full working days of the month. Compiled by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board
in cooperation with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
2. Includes all fees, commissions, discounts, and "points" paid (by
the borrower or the seller) to obtain a loan.
3. Average effective interest rates on loans closed, assuming prepayment at the end of 10 years.
4. Average contract rates on new commitments for conventional first
mortgages, from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
5. Average gross yields on 30-year, minimum-downpayment first
mortgages, insured by the Federal Housing Administration for immediate
delivery in the private secondary market. Based on transactions on first
day of subsequent month. Large monthly movements in average yields
may reflect market adjustments to changes in maximum permissible
contract rates.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified pass-through
securities backed by mortgages and guaranteed by the Government National Mortgage Association, assuming prepayment in 12 years on pools
of 30-year mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Agency or guaranteed by the Veterans Administration carrying the prevailing ceiling
rate. Monthly figures are unweighted averages of Friday figures from
the Wall Street Journal.
7. Includes some multifamily and nonprofit hospital loan commitments in addition to 1- to 4-family loan commitments accepted in FNMA's
free market auction system, and through the FNMA-GNMA tandem
plans.
8. Includes participations as well as whole loans.
9. Includes conventional mortgages and a small amount of government-underwritten loans. FHCMC's mortgage commitments and mortgage transactions include activity under mortgage securities swap programs,
while the corresponding data for FNMA exclude swap activity.
TABLE 38
1. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not bank
trust departments.
2. Assumed to be entirely 1- to 4-family loans.
3. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.
4. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate investment
trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local government retirement funds, noninsured pension funds, credit unions, and U.S. agencies
for which amounts are small or separate data are not readily available.
SOURCES. Based on data from various institutional and government
sources, with figures for some quarters estimated in part by the Federal
Reserve in conjunction with the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and
the U.S. Department of Commerce, Separation of nonfarm mortgage
debt by type of property, if not reported directly, and interpolations and
extrapolations, when required, are estimated mainly by the Federal Reserve . Multifamily debt refers to loans on structures of five or more units.
TABLE 39

TABLE 34
1. Trade and services are no longer being reported separately. They
are included in Commercial and other, line 10.
2. "Other" consists of construction; wholesale and retail trade; finance and insurance; personal and business services; and communication.
SOURCE. Survey ofCurrent Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).

1. These data cover mdst short- and intermediate-term credit extended
to individuals that is scheduled to be repaid (or has the option of repayment) in two or more installments.
2. More detail for finance companies is available in the G.20 statistical
release.
3. Excludes 30-day charge credit held by travel and entertainment
companies.

TABLE 36-B

TABLE 40

1. Extensions and repayments data were not collected after December




1. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold, special

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drawing rights (SDRs), and corporate equities not included in liabilities
minus total floats and discrepancies in the last column.
2. Total holdings of gold and SDKs for the foreign sector appear as
assets and are included in totals because in flow tables transactions in
these categories are treated as purchases and sales of existing assets
without associated liabilities.
3. Assets are shown at market value; nonbank finance liability is
redemption value of shares of open-end investment companies. No specific liability is attributed to issuers of stocks other than open-end investment companies for amounts outstanding.
4. Includes savings bonds and other nonmarketable debt held by the
public. Postal savings system deposits are included in "Miscellaneous"
in part A, line 35.
5. Issues by agencies in the budget (Commodity Credit Corporation,
Government National Mortgage Association, Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Housing Administration) and by sponsored credit agencies
in financial sectors. Includes loan participation certificates and securities
backed by mortgage pools.
6. Entry under business assets is corporate only. Noncorporate trade
credit has been deducted from the liabilities total to conform in definition
to quarterly flow tables.
1. Includes CMO trusts not shown separately.

TABLE 41-C
1. Excludes corporate equities.
2. Corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antilles subsidiaries, and reflows of capital from those subsidiaries are included in
U.S. direct foreign investment.
3. Industrial revenue bonds, issued by state and local governments to
finance private investment and secured in interest and principal by the
industrial user of the funds.
4. Loans, short-term paper (lines 61-67), profit taxes payable, and
trade debt. Includes loans due in more than one year and excludes current
maturities of securities and mortgages.

TABLE 42
1. Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Based on
data from the Federal Reserve, McGraw-Hill Economics Department,
Department of Commerce, and other sources.
2. Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGraw-Hill Informations Systems Company, F.W, Dodge Division.
3. Based on data in Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of
Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the Armed
Forces.
4. Based on data in Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of
Commerce).
5. Based on U.S. Bureau of Census data published in Survey of Current Business.
6. Not seasonally adjusted as published in Monthly Labor Review.
Based on data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.
SOURCE. Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in notes
4 and 5 and indexes for series mentioned in note 6 may also be found
in Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 43
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

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of the items represented in the primary-processing group of manufacturing as well as some of the output of nines 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 "Revised Federal Reserve
Rates of Capacity Utilization,11 Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 71 (October 1985), pages 754-66; and Federal Reserve monthly statistical release, G.3 and historical supplements.

TABLE 44
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, household and
unpaid family workers, and members of the Armed Forces. Based on
data from Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of Labor).

TABLE 45
1. Not at annual rates.

TABLE 46
1. Not at annual rates. Published groups include some series and
subtotals not shown separately.
2. 1982 dollar value. Not seasonally adjusted.
3. Value of new construction data in recent periods may not be strictly
comparable with data in previous periocs because of changes by the
Bureau of the Census in its estimating techniques. For a description of
these changes see Construction Reports (C-30-76-5), issued by the Bureau in July 1976.
SOURCE. Census Bureau estimates for all series except (1) mobile
homes, which are private, domestic shipments as reported by the Manufactured Housing Institute and seasonally adjusted by the Census Bureau, and (2) sales and prices of existing units, which are published by
the National Association of Realtors. All back and current figures are
available from the originating agency. Permit authorizations are those
reported to the Census Bureau from 16,000 jurisdictions beginning with
1978.

TABLE 47
1. Not seasonally adjusted.
2. Figures for consumer prices are thoss for all urban consumers and
reflect a rental equivalence measure of homeownership after 1982,
3. Excludes intermediate materials for food manufacturing and manufactured animal feeds.
SOURCE. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

TABLE 48
1. Seasonal factors ar& not calculated for lines 6, 10, 12-16, 18-20,
22-34, and 38-41.
2. Data are on an international accounts (IA) 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. Primarily associated 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 48, 50, and 51.
Data in table 48 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 50 is based on U.S. Treasury Department data and on data
reported to the Treasury Department by the International Monetary Fund.
Tables 51 through 59 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 60 and 61 are based on data reported to the Treasury Department
by nonbanking business enterprises.
The term* 'foreigners" covers all institutions and individuals domiciled
outside the United States (including U.S. citizens domiciled abroad) and
the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and offices of U.S. banks and business
concerns; the central governments, central banks, and other official institutions of foreign countries, wherever located; and international and
regional organizations, wherever located. The term "foreigners" also
includes persons in the United States when it is known by reporting
institutions that they are acting on behalf of foreigners.

TABLE 49
1. Data are on a Census valuation basis. (C.I.F. for imports and
F.A.S. for exports). Data for both 1986 and 1987 include adjustments
for undocumented exports to Canada.
Effective with the June 1988 issue of report FT 900, monthly data
were also made available on a seasonally adjusted basis, going back to
January 1986.
Millions of dollars

Year and month
Exports
1987

Imports

Balance

Seasonally adjusted

January—December . . .

254,121.9

424,442.1

- 170,320.2

January
February
March
,.
il . .
j
June
July
August . . .
September
October
....
November . . . . .
December

18,400.4
19,328.0
20,172.0
20,402.3
20,262.3
21,107.5
22,432.9
20,884.1
21,810.3
22,074.8
23,094.9
24,152.5

33,133.4
32,854.5
33,996.3
33,639.1
34,336.7
36,165.6
36,311.1
35,962.2
35,745.3
37,630.9
36,717.3
37,949.7

-14,733.0
-13,526.5
-13,824.3
-13,236.8
-14,074.4
-15,058.1
-13,878.2
-15,078.1
-13,935.0
-15,556.1
-13,622.4
-13,797.2

Z

1986

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




227,158.5

382,295.4

-155,136.9

18,557.1
18,520.1
17,998.8
18,761.6
19,022.9
20,037.7
19,730.8
17,969.8
18,281.8
19,728.1
19,294.9
19,254.8

31,955.0
29,789.7
30,709.8
31,874.2
31,017.5
31,564.0
32,539.1
31,527.2
32,932.2
32,436.5
33,951.0
31,999.2

-13,397.9
-11,269.6
-12,711.0
-13,112.6
-11,994.6
-11,526.3
-12,808.3
-13,557.4
- 14,650.4
- 12,708.4
-14,656.1
- 12,744.4

Millions of dollars
Exports

Imports

Balance

Not seasonally adjusted

1987

254,121.9

32,167.0
31,124 2
33,926.6
33,777.9
34,672.3
36,927.5
37,455 1
35,388.9
35,159.1
39,764.5
36,738.7
37,340.3

-14,821
-12 270
=12,091
-13,100
=13,913
-15,291
-16 076
-15,310
=13,975
- 16,987
- 13,460
- 13,026

227,158.5

..

-170,320

382,295.4

- 155,137

17,605.3
18,052.8
19,426.6
19 038 7
19,471.2
20,496.7
18,829.4
17,323.2
17,785.3
20,357.2
19,354.7
19417 4

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

424.442.1

17,345.9
18 853 9
21,835.5
20,677.7
20,759.5
21,636.7
21 379 1
20,079.1
21,183.7
22,777.8
23,278.7
24,314.4

January-December

31,125.4
28,292.9
30,721.4
32,039.4
31,541.9
32,099.2
33,435.6
30,925.7
32,398.3
34,334.6
33,938.5
31,442 5

=13,520
=10,240
-11,295
- 13 001
-12,071
-11,603
-14,606
-13,603
-14,613
- 13,977
-14,584
-12 025

1986

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

2. For reasons of coverage and timing these data differ from the
merchandise trade data shown in table 48, "Summary of U.S. International Transactions."
SOURCE. FT 900 "Summary of U.S. Export and Import Merchandise
Trade" (Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census) released
June 14, 1988.

TABLE 50
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 57. Gold
stock and earmarked gold are valued at $42.22 per fine troy ounce.
2. Beginning July 1974, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 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 positions in the IMF are valued on this basis beginning 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).
Total

Month

SDKs

Reserve
position
in IMF

47,074
47 096
46,222
43,663
43,286
42,650
42,000
43,214
42 548
43,037
42,787
41,120

8,061
8,220
8,201
8,200
8,349
8,359
8,389
8,558
8,558
8,559
8,726
8,744

9,969
9,832
9,648
9,496
9,451
9,320
9,070
9,002
8,916
8,808
8,588
8,210

1987

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

...

....

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

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million on January 1, 1980; and $1,093 million on January 1, 1981; plus
net transactions in SDKs.
4. Represents the U.S. reserve tranche position in the IMF (the U.S.
quota, plus net U.S. loans to the IMF, minus IMF holdings of dollars),
which is the amount that the United States could automatically purchase
in foreign currencies 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 the notes for table 48.

TABLE 51-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 48.

TABLE 51-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 48.

TABLE 52-A
1. Excludes negotiable time certificates of deposit, which are included
in "Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments."
2. Includes borrowing under repurchase agreements.
3. U.S. banks: includes amounts due to own foreign branches and
foreign subsidiaries consolidated in * 'Consolidated Report of Condition''
filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches, and majorityowned 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 longterm 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 negotiabletime 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, foreign central governments, and the Bank
of International Settlements.
9. Excludes central banks, which are included in "Official institutions."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 48.

TABLE 52-B
1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and 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 "holding of dollars" of the International Monetary Fund.
6. Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European regional organi-

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zations, except the Bank for International Settlements, which is included
in "Other Western Europe."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 48.
TABLE 53
1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and Eastern European countries that are not included irt 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 fof table 48.
TABLE 54
1. Data for banks' own claims are givsn 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 Condition0
filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches, and majorityowned 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 nonnego
tiable certificates of deposit denominated in U.S. dollars issued by banks
abroad.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 48.
TABLE 55
1. Remaining time to maturity.
2. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes fof table 48.
TABLE 56
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 48,
TABLE 57
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds; and nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable in dollars and in foreign currencies.
3. Earmarked gold is gold held for foreign and international accounts;
it is not included in the gold stock of the United States. Earmarked gold
and the gold stock are valued at $42.22 psr fine troy ounce.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 48.
TABLE 58
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 48.
TABLE 59
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 48.

TABLE 60
1. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
2. Compr