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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1992




December 1993

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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 covers data for the year 1992, except
as noted in the table title. The Digest serves to maintain the
historical series published in Banking and Monetary Statistics,
1949-1970, and the Digests, for 1970-1979,1980-89,1990, and
1991.




In this issue, series include revisions to all the data available
through July 1993. 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 127, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System,
Washington, DC 20551. Suggestions for making the Digest
more useful may be sent to the Economic Editing Section, Mail
Stop 130, at the same address.
Please note that the index refers to table numbers, not page
numbers.

Abbreviations and Symbols

ATS
CD
CMO
FDICIA
FFB
FHA
FHLBB
FHLMC
FmHA
FNMA
FSLIC
G-7
G-10
GNMA
GNP
HUD
IMF
IO

n.a.
n.e.c,
*

Automatic transfer service
Certificate of deposit
Collateralized mortgage obligation
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Improvement Act of 1991
Federal Financing Bank
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Farmers Home Administration
Federal National Mortgage Association
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Group of Seven
Group of Ten
Government National Mortgage Association
Gross national product
Department of Housing and Urban Development
International Monetary Fund
Interest only

IPCs
IRA
MMDA
NOW
OCD
OPEC
OTS
PO
REIT
REMIC
RP
RTC
SAIF
SCO
SDR
SIC
SMSA
VA

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Individual retirement account
Money market deposit account
Negotiable order of withdrawal
Other checkable deposit
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Office of Thrift Supervision
Principal only
Real estate investment mist
Real estate mortgage investment conduit
Repurchase agreement
Resolution Trust Corporation
Savings Association Insurance Fund
Securitized credit obligation
Special drawing right
Standard Industrial Classification
Standard metropolitan statistical area
Veterans Administration

Not available
Not elsewhere classified
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 sum to totals because of rounding.




Contents

The data shown in this issue of the Digest are in general for 1992. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses after the table titles.

Part 1—Regular Tables
1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures
A. Quarterly changes (1989-92)
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. Weekly averages
4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates (1983-92)
A. Adjustment and seasonal credit to depository institutions
B. Seasonal credit to depository institutions
C. Extended credit to depository institutions
6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31
7. Federal Reserve open market transactions
8. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Consolidated condition statement
B. Federal Reserve note statement
C. Maturity distribution of loan and security holdings
9. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
10. Money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
11. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
12. Loans and securities of all commercial banks
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
13. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banks
14. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Last Wednesday of month
A. All commercial banking institutions
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks
15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks
16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks




3
4
5
6
9
12
,

13
13
14
16
16
16
16
17
18
19
19

,

20
20
21
21
22
22

,
,

23
23
24
25
26
27
35

Contents—continued

17. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper
.
B. Bankers dollar acceptances
18. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans
20. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
21. Stock market—Selected statistics
A. Prices and trading volume
B. Customer
financing
C. Margin requirements under Regulations T, U, G, and X
22. Selected assets and liabilities of SAIF-insured institutions
23. Selected assets and liabilities of life insurance companies
24. Federal fiscal and financing operations
25. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
26. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation
27. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury: Types and ownership
28. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
29. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
30. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments
31. New security issues of U.S. corporations
32. Open-end investment companies, net sales and assets
33. Nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
34. Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities
35. Domestic finance companies: Consumer, real estate, and business credit
36. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes
37. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
38. Consumer installment credit
39. Terms of consumer installment credit
40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1991-92
A. All sectors
B, Private nonbank financial institutions
41. Flow of funds accounts (1983-92)
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
B. Summary of financial transactions
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
42. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures
43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
B. Capacity
C. Capacity utilization rate
44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment




39
39
39
40
64
65
69
69
69
69
70
70
71
71
72
72
73
78
83
86
86
87
87
87
88
88
89
90
92
93
94
96
98
99
100
102
103
104
104
105

45. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value
A. Major markets
B. Major industries
46. Housing and construction (1991-92)
47. Consumer and producer prices
48. Summary of U.S. international transactions (1991-92)
49. U.S. foreign trade
50. U.S. reserve assets
51. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1991-92)
A. By type
,
B. By area
52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in US. dollars, reported by banks in the United States (1991-92)
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 (1991-92)
54. Banks* own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1991-92)
55. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in US. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1991-92)
56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States (1991-92)
57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
58. Marketable US. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions during period
59. Foreign transactions in securities (1991-92)
60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1990-92)
61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1990-92)
62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of US. banks
63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, December 31
64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks (1991-92)
65. Discount rates of foreign central banks
66. Foreign short-term interest rates
67. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar
68. Foreign exchange rates

106
107
108
110
Ill
112
112
113
113
114
116
118
120
121
121
121
122
123
125
126
127
129
141
142
142
142
143

Part 2—Special Tables
69.
70.
71.
72.

Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state
Changes in number of banking offices in the United States
A. Head offices
B. Branches and additional offices




147
148
150
152
152

Contents—continued

73. 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
74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by ten largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
75. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank assets
76. Financial assets of pension funds, totals for private and public funds, 1981-92
77. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1992
78. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1992

153
161
173
181
192
193
193
194

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

197
208

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables




213

Part 1—Regular Tables




1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1992
A. Quarterly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted1

1989

Qi

Q2

1990
Q3

Q4

Qi

Q3

Q2

Q4

2

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
Required
. .
Nonborrowed
3
Monetary base

5
6
7
8
9

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

-1.9
-1.8
4.6
43

.5
5
5.7
10 5

27
1
72
97

-4.3
2.0
3.2
5.2
85

21
7.4
45
4.8
78

51
7.2
32
3.8
81

43
5.8
23
2.4
70

40
3.5
13
1.6
73

50
4.1
26
2.3
69

35
23
1 ]
14
55

4.1
7.8

9.1
-5.5

7.8
-11.6

6.3
-11.1

3,4
-7.6

3.9
-3.6

1.9
-4 3

-11.5
26.4
16.2

31
11.4
37

11 3
10.8
53

11 3
8.3
-1 0

4.9
14.7
-3.6

8.1
16.9
-1.3

68
12.6
-9 2

-22.7
11.0
5.5

-5 5
10.0
-8 7

26
-2.5
-23 5

1.1
-4.6
-22 3

.9
-7.1
-304

-4.1
-11.6
-28.3

-6 8
-10.9
-23 8

14.7
-1 9

26.7
26.9

38.6
37 9

30.7
50

15.4
8.3

3.8
15.9

13.1
22.0

11.6
35.4

6.3
79

Debt components4
20 Federal
21 Nonfederal

.7
L 3
1.3
84

-13.7
5.4
10

Money market mutual funds
18 General purpose and broker— dealer
19 Institution-only

4.9
51
-4.5
79

-9.0
23.3
18.7

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings including MMDAs
Small time7
Large time8*9
Thrift institutions
15 Savings including MMDAs
16 Small time7
17 Large time8'9

7.0
68
10.2
45

3.0
8.6

12
13
14

1.5
14
13.8
41

-.6
2.1
35
5.4
76

Nontransaction components
10 In M25
11 In M3 only6
.

-8.2
-6.9
-10.4
29

7.3
8.8

6.0
83

8.6
80

6.6
7,2

9.2
6.7

13.5
4.9

10.5
4.1

Q3

Q4

19 92

19 91

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

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 debt*
Ml
. .
M2
M3
. .
L
Debt
.
...

9.7
4.3
9.6
12.9

12
13
14
15
16
17

Money market mutual funds
18 General purpose and broker— dealer
19 Institution-only
Debt components4
20 Federal
21 Nonfederal




14.8
15.3
14.6
7.8

9.3
9.9
8.4
10.5

25.8
25.3
27.1
12.6

7.6
4.4
1.5
-2.0
4.5

8.5
12
-1.0
.8
4.5

10.4
2.1
.6
-.2
4.2

15.4
3.2
1.9
1.3
4.0

10.6
.3
-.6
1.3
5.5

11,7
.8
.1
1.1
4.9

16.8
2.7
-.2
2.0
4.3

3.3
-10.6

-1.2
-11.3

-.8
-6.2

-1.1
-4.2

-3.4
-4.9

-3.2
-3.5

-2.8
-14.4

13.3
.2
-4.8

14.1
1.0
-8.4

15.9
-7.9
-17.0

18.8
-19.6
-15.2

12.6
-13,4
-13.3

10.9
-17.4
-18.6

12.9
-17.1
-18.4

-.9
-10.2
-33.8

. ...

25.2
25.3
25.8
9.3

8.0
10.7
2.5

. . ..

13.3
13.5
18.1
7.6

2.9
2.9

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings, including MMDAs
Small time7
Large time8-9 . . . .
Thrift institutions
Savings including MMDAs
Small time7
Large time8-9

8.3
9.0
4.7
6.5

4.6
3.3
3.3
2.8
4.3

Nontransaction components
10 In M25
11 In M3 only6

2.4
9.4
2.9
4.9

16.7
-14.3
-34.9

10.4
-25.1
-39.2

9.3
-22.7
-36.2

20.2
-24.0
-26.8

18.1
-29.8
-31.9

9.2
-18.6
-14.9

8.7
-21.7
-11.3

15.8
54.1

8.1
20.9

-3.2
5.8

-3.7
40.7

-3.0
33.0

-6.6
23.9

-7.4
32.9

-4.2
-19.4

10.9
2.4

7.7
3.5

12.2
2.0

11.5
1.9

10.0
2.1

14.4
2.6

10.7
3.0

6.0
3.7

1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1992—Continued
B. Monthly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted1

Jan.

Item

Feb. | Mar. Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

\
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
Required .
....
Nonborrowed
3
Monetary base

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

18.3
18.0
17 3
8.4

of money, liquid assets, and debt4
.
.

.

Nontransaction components
10 In M25
I I I n M 3 only6

.

.

.

.

40 7
40.0
45 0
130

17.9
19.3
17 6
6.7

11 9
9.5
120
7.5

12.3
16.0
108
8.0

-4.4
-2.3
-62
5.0

7.6
6.5
63
10.7

17 2
18.3
18 1
13 2

22.2
21.2
21.5
16.9

36.6
35.4
40.2
11.5

22.2
23.4
23 2
10.4

12.0
9.6
11.6
10.2

16.3
1.8
1.2
-.9
3.2

....

19.4
58
4.8
50
5.4

11.5
0
-1.2
26
6.1

7.8
-1 0
-2.0
-2
5.6

14.0
.9
.5
5
4.8

.5
-19
-2.8
9
5.3

13.5
.5
-.3
-6
4.8

15.2
30
2.8
32
5.2

18.0
2.7
1.2
27
4.0

19. 1
3.9
-.9
1.2
2.8

15.7
23
__4
32
5.6

8.8
-.3
-3.4
-.9
5.7

-3 3
-1.8

9
2

-42
-7.0

-4 3
-6 7

-40
-1.3

-28
-72

-44
-4.4

-1 6
17

-3 2 -2 3 -3 2 = 4 1
-6 1 -24.4 -13 9 - 19.2

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings including MMDAs
Small time7
Large time8-9
Thrift institutions
15 Savings, including MMDAs
16 Small time7
17 Large time8-9

21.7
14.7
10.0
26.9
21.4
19.9
7.0
7.7
5.6
6.7
93
9.9
-24 1 -29 1 -27 4 -40 5 -247 -199 -17 6 -169 -18 7 -26 8 =•21 3 -21 7
-20.1 -307
-37.5 -29 5 -39.7 -214 -3 3 -20 1 -1.7
.0 = 29 1 = 21.0

Money market mutual funds
IB General purpose and broker-dealer
19 Institution-only

-11.9
26.4

14 5
15 8
19 8
20 9
115
14 3
92
68
104
57
13 5
10 3
-24.7 -21 4 -15.3 -69 -16.7 -152 -18.0 -19 8 -18.1 -17.3 = 18 5 -11.5
-15 5 -114 -13 3 -12 4 -132 -197 -25 3 -12 3 -16 8 -26 5 -16 2 -10 7

12
13
14

Debt components4
20 Federal
2 1 Nonfederal




....

77
1.7

6.7 - 14.2 -11.7
23 1
380
1.2

1.4
38 6

-4.7 -10.5
24 3
36 1

15 0
24

13 0
21

14 6
21

83
45

17 1
25

99
30

8.4
-5.1 -17.2
474 -1 1 -53 3
95
38

50
37

-1 0
41

-9.0
-4.9
-9 7 = 39.6
10 6
39

16 3
20

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921
A. Monthly averages
Millions of dollars
Factor

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

307,590

304,147

308,062

264,753
1,489

263,190

776

6,005
32
0

5,960

40
0

279
16
1
797
34,219
11,058
10,018
21,039

May

June

305,176

306,356

310,961

265,433
3,466

266,478

267,310
2,380

274,177

5,960

5,910
12
0

5,879

93
0

102
0

5,717
33
0

63
22
2
688

38
32
2
576

59
47
2
823

57
99
0
356

75
149
0
387

33,406

32,462

30,907

30,174

29,716

11,058
10,018
21,078

11,058
10,018
21,120

11,057
10,018
21,157

11,057
10,018
21,191

11,058
10,018
21,236

303,218
666

301,646

302,799

305,492

308,110

310,189

689

711

707

692

639

7,180
369
4,330
262
8,440
25,240

6,241
225

5,614
218

4,868

5,108
212

6,904

202

4,529

465
,6

4,846

5,249

5,282

242

278

261

7,929
24,799

7,886
28,087

268
8,155

259
8,361

July

Aug.

Sept.

Apr.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright—System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

938

706

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18
Foreign
19 Service-related balances^and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

216

22,869

8,227
20,764

21,423

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

_I

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright—System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

313,136

315,617

325,915

321,292

327,923

335,874

274,511
772

276,117

280,746
6,452

282,073

858

288,434
260
,4

295,258
3,780

5,677
7
0

5,603

1,699

5,538

5,534

5,534

5,477

26
0

293
0

69
0

145
0

174
0

29
115
0
572

81
39
0
575

62
18
1
1,310

87
202
0
586
31,294

28
224
0
655

94
192
0
541

31,264

32,059

32,041

30,474

29,795

I I ,060
10,018
21,272

11,060
10,018
21,292

11,059
10,018
21,324

11,059
10,018
21,361

11,059
10,018
21,396

11,057
8,663
21,432

313,739
594

315,783

318,628

320,222

324,505

330,548

553

530

518

504

515

5,666
236
5,534
233
8,493
20,991

5,729

11,390

211
5,612
267

309

330

5,617
284

6,011
201

5,773

5,782

5,898

5,953

290

8,496
21,336

8,507
22,890

286
8,108

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18
Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




496
,4

23,540

293
7,834
25,460

295
8,109
25,394

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29 | Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

312,035

307,108

306,410

303,526

302,900

302,753

306,852

304,294

304,826

266,736
3,335

265,888
0

264,615
562

262,404
0

260,973
1,512

262,086
0

263,633
2,207

264,988
0

264,800
1,328

6,045
33
0

6,015
0
0

6,001
12
0

5,969
0
0

5,960
58
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
128
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
83
0

857
16
0
935
34,078

47
10
0
971
34,176

199
15
0
808
34,199

77
19
1
591
34,465

137
21
3
349
33,887

35
21
1
674
33,976

56
23
2
1,084
33,759

42
22
3
587
32,692

32
25
2
560
32,037

11,058
10,018
21,026

11,058
10,018
21,034

11,058
10,018
21,043

11,058
10,018
21,052

11,058
10,018
21,060

11,058
10,018
21,070

11,058
10,018
21,079

1 1 ,058
10,018
21,089

11,058
10,018
21,099

306,781
637

303,836
674

301,943
677

300,563
678

300,115
684

301,375
685

302,677
691

302,013
693

301,710
702

6,147
453
4,123
183
8,277
27,536

5,455
389
4,202
238
8,592
25,833

6,072
291
4,321
216
8,538
26,471

8,853
283
4,640
208
8,515
21,912

8,599
259
4,556
251
7,728
22,845

6,584
222
4,532
244
7,731
23,525

5,874
223
4,436
255
8,151
26,701

5,139
207
4,561
225
8,296
25,325

5,563
224
4,623
253
7,461
26,463

Mar. 11

Factor

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1 1 Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

308,003

310,221

306,913

308,715

304,416

305,488

305,322

304,600

304,893

264,501
4,201

264,642
6,323

266,790
863

266,267
3,163

267,561
0

266,011
2,338

266,372
C

265,764
1,152

266,709
0

5,960
67
0

5,960
206
0

5,960
57
0

5,953
7
0

5,910
0
0

5,910
20
0

5,910
0
0

5,910
24
0

5,910
0
0

11
27
2
1,081
32,153

78
30
2
433
32,547

35
38
1
529
32,639

122
37
1
327
32,839

13
35
0
437
30,460

24
39
1
364
30,782

55
46
3
2,068
30,867

61
67
4
384
31,235

40
70
0
944
31,220

11,058
10,018
21,109

11,058
10,018
21,119

11,058
10,018
21,128

11,057
10,018
21,138

11,057
10,018
21,146

11,057
10,018
21,153

11,057
10,018
21,160

11,057
10,018
21,168

1 1 ,057
10,018
21,175

302,739
730

303,289
703

302,887
704

302,939
710

304,418
704

305,988
706

306,193
710

305,516
709

306,595
704

5,245
198
4,670
267
7,615
28,724

5,906
232
4,498
288
7,997
29,500

5,724
205
4,899
281
8,123
26,294

5,184
241
4,610
285
8,077
28,883

5,438
198
4,883
284
7,935
22,777

4,435
212
4,817
299
8,225
23,035

5,178
173
4,794
245
8,282
21,981

4,781
221
4,799
239
8,272
22,304

4,774
200
5,717
268
7,956
20,929

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright— System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit ,
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float . . .
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign .
19
Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other . . .
....
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright— System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float . . .
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings . . .
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
. ..
18 Foreign .
. ...
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday

May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

307 317

304 889

307 952

308 735

309 925

309 859

3 1 2 505

3 1 1 733

314 324

266,690
2,548

266,344
2433

267,758
4 886

271,063
2033

274,504

274,103

o

274,553
1 666

274,905

o

273,040
2,358

5,910

Factor

5,910

5,865

5,737

5,719

5,719

114
0

0
0

5,719

372
0

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright — System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
2
3

0

5,710

o
o

5,710

26
0

21
131

56
168

312
183

310

395

224
191
1
356

29 398

29 576

29 922

30 346

1,506
31 212

1 1 ,057
10018
21 222

1 1 ,057
10018
21 233

1 1 ,059
10018
2 1 ,245

11,060
10018
21,257

11,060
10 018
21,263

309 875

310 213

310447

310 118

310 272

313,282

682

675

627

619

611

606

5 540

4916

6657

8 136

8 434

6,133

79
0
. ..

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

0
0

116
79
0
283

36
103
0
250

52
122
0
40

42
128
0
510

11
122
0
171

31 61!

29 812

28 858

29 109

1 1 ,057
10018
21,184

11,057
10018
21,192

1 1 ,057
10018
21,201

1 1 ,057
10018
21 210

307,764

307 802

309 054

697

691

684

5 070

5 438

o
o
o

o

4
0

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
1 7 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 Banks3

5,012

222

213

212

226

216

228

200

207

253

4,939

5,214

5,191

5,249

5,210

5,299

5,311

5,330

5,399

264

266

263

251

282

265

230

250

229

8,101
22,577

8,187
19,713

8,382
21,003

8,700
20,497

8,450
22,260

8,226
20,418

8,209
22,005

8,482
20,482

9,218
21,545

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

312,809

313 811

311 825

316428

314 842

317 051

313 092

317,517

320,853

275,054
0

275 186
1,061

274 415
0

275 05 1
2,920

275 544
818

276 050
2,698

276 435
0

277,088
3,248

281,700
1,477

5,701

5,683

5,625

5,619

5,612

5,612

5,600

5,571

5,539

22
0

76
0

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright— System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
2
3

8
9
10
11

Seasonal credit
Extended credit
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets

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

o

0

36
0

11
0

45
223
0
807

35
232
0
715

29
220
0
776

23
191
0
347

32,228

31,541

30,076

30,548

31,564

11,059
10018
21,286

11,060
10018
21,289

1 1 ,059
10018
21,292

11,060
10018
21,295

11,059
10018
21,298

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,309

313 445

314,756

316219

316,302

315 331

316410

319,409

583

575

560

551

542

539

535

5 562

6707

5,923

g
0

27
0

0
0

24
190
0
418

9
208
0
285

15
222
0
389

21
222
0
569

11
218
0
387

31,423

31,351

31,159

32,018

11,060
10018
21,268

11,060
10018
21,274

1 1 ,059
10018
21,280

314,448

313 908

602

586

5 245

5 231

0
0

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
...
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18
Foreign
19
Service-related balances and adjustments
20
Other
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




5 445

5 291

5 620

5 744

209

264

226

250

196

212

195

213

267

5,404

5,933

5,445

5,473

5,621

5,592

5,611

5,768

5,667

236

233

236

233

260

294

268

276

297

8 289
20722

8 185
21,822

8 178
20,508

8 776
22,021

8 791
20,116

8 269
22,910

8 184
19,715

8 665
22,279

9 058
22,084

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday
Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

323 716

324 993

335 306

319 552

323 092

321 295

320 855

321 446

280,496
4,167

280 594
5,901

281 532
13,947

281 132

282 037
1,924

282 160

361

281 906
1,147

285 693

370

5,534

5,534

5 534

5,534

5 534

5 534

5 534

168
0

195
0

5 534

855
0

46

o

153
0

29

o

78
0

0

244
182

24
194
0
477

102
197

19
165

58
127

o

153

320

994

9
103
0
948

37
86

1,095
31,830

2

21
63
0
935

32,074

32986

31,966

32,265

32 152

32,066

31,200

11,060
10018
21,320

Factor

1 J ,0'59
10018
21 331

11 058
10 018
21 342

1 1 ,059
10018
21 349

11 060
10018
21 356

11 059
10 018
21 363

11 059
10 018
21 370

11 060
10018
21 377

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding . .
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright— System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
1 0 Float . . .
....
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

...

o

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

o

o

o

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
319,953

318,149

317,314

318,789

321,072

320,987

529

522

526

319,940

320,825

531

525

516

509

505

6,284

13,697

21 297

5,499

4,555

4 °675

5,191

5,622

257

297

438

298

293

271

402

457

5,708

5 756

5 963

5,740

5,703

5,832

6,039

289

275

324

276

5 742

293

269

265

304

8,274
24,814

8 235
20,450

8 275
23,641

8,099
22,701

8 180
24,922

8 132
23,145

8,242
22,921

7 435
24,714

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

326,698

327 866

329 972

330,125

329,388

333 627

338,688

342,155

285,068
4 306

286 36*1
440?

291 828
2092

292,902
1 301

293,520

294 929
1 865

296,138
6 119

297,076
6432

5 534
288

5 534
177
0

5 534
122

5 534
63

5 534
6

5 485
0
0

5 450
103

5 434
546

5
43

49
39
0
624

153
34

134
26

11
17

20
18
2

59
20

78
18

295

333

636

441

30 677

29 876

29 529

29 389

1 592
29 717

831

31 160

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
...
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 Banks3

29 969

2 384
30 187

11 059
10,018
21 386

11 059
10,018
21 395

11 059
10,018
21 404

11 059
10,018
21 413

11 058
10,018
21 421

11 057
8 304
21 429

11 057
8,018
21 436

11 056
8 018
21 444

323 109

324 927

325 584

327 253

329 137

500

328 038

501

525

331 148

495

521

334095

517

512

510

5 250

5 184

5 787

5,602

7 764

6 320

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright— System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
. ...
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets . . . .
12 Gold stock ,
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

o

...
. . .

....
....

o

o

o

o

o

470

o

o

o

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
...
18 Foreign .
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




382

247

5 076

183

177

5 002

199

6006

203

294

5 756

6066

220

207

5 729

301

284

5 788

292

5 845

5 780

293

6 333

313

290

7,533
26 364

7 887
25 286

270

8 177
26 169

7 984
24 709

7 728
24 286

8 052
25 369

8 399
25 063

8402
26 518

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

313,432

306,589

312,057

303,033

300,954

303,896

317,969

304,020

305,018

266,189
0

264,909
0

265,146
3,932

261,957
0

260,459
0

262,670
0

264,161
9,469

264,912
0

264,677
2,016

6,045
0
0

6,011
0
0

5,976
83
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
522
0

5,960
0
0

5,960
111
0

5,459
14
0
1,071
34,655

174
10
0
1,508
33,977

1,142
17
0
1,140
34,622

93
23
3
375
34,622

484
18
1
257
33,775

31
22
2
1,113
34,098

55
22
2
4,837
32,942

34
24
2
303
32,785

20
23
2
251
31,960

11,058
10,018
21,026

1 1 ,058
10,018
21,034

11,058
10,018
21,043

11,058
10,018
21,052

11,058
10,018
21,060

11,058
10,018
21,070

11,058
10,018
21,079

11,058
10,018
21,089

11,058
10,018
21,099

305,582
673

302,953
677

301,693
677

300,193
681

300,569
684

302,214
691

302,997
692

301,731
698

302,239
734

6,262
224
4,123
144
8,427
30,098

5,002
406
4,202
207
8,248
27,004

9,163
307
4,321
201
8,383
29,431

9,048
554
4,640
219
8,319
21,507

7,400
196
4,556
254
7,476
21,956

5,834
224
4,532
250
7,831
24,467

6,407
209
4,436
208
8,169
37,007

5,103
207
4,561
256
8,121
25,509

6,313
248
4,623
279
7,309
25,448

Mar. 11

Factor

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. I

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

307,180

311,999

306,291

310,494

303,999

312,694

302,772

304,818

304,260

263,576
4,291

265,244
6,856

265,834
1,160

266,449
3,717

266,803
0

266,234
9,477

265,598
0

266,321
713

266,490
0

5,960
102
0

5,960
294
0

5,960
100
0

5,910
49
0

5,910
0
0

5,910
120
0

5,910
0
0

5,910
55
0

5,910
0
0

14
29
2
831
32,375

420
36
3
422
32,765

23
45
1
346
32,823

645
32
0
993
32,698

13
37
0
597
30,639

45
42
0
-69
30,935

39
56
5
141
31,022

79
71
0
288
31,381

23
73
0
380
31,383

11,058
10,018
21,109

11,058
10,018
21,119

11,058
10,018
21,128

11,057
10,018
21,138

11,057
10,018
21,146

11,057
10,018
21,153

11,057
10,018
21,160

1 1 ,057
10,018
21,168

11,057
10,018
21,175

303,353
703

303,272
703

302,932
711

303,570
704

305,369
705

306,366
710

306,122
710

305,789
705

307,407
698

4,466
188
4,670
270
7,699
28,016

4,533
258
4,498
299
7,991
32,640

4,631
172
4,899
305
7,990
26,857

2,531
242
4,610
314
7,750
32,987

4,886
203
4,883
265
7,958
21,951

4,129
184
4,817
266
7,961
30,488

4,836
160
4,794
192
8,158
20,036

5,806
254
4,799
245
7,918
21,545

5,269
233
5,717
259
7,774
19,154

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright— System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit . .
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10
Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
....
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding . . .
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19
Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright — System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10
Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than 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 Banks3




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10 1 June 17

June 24

July 1

July 8

308,746

301,070

313,298

310,837

311,659

309,879

315,807

312,797

318,797

266,414
3,716

266,010
0

266,776
10,436

273,112
1,712

275,877
0

274,186
0

276,743
2,453

276,528
0

272,464
6,950

5,910
0
0

5,910
0
0

5,750
660
0

5,719
215
0

5,719
0
0

5,719
0
0

5,719
61
0

5,710
0
0

5,710
31
0

673
92
0
180
31,761

56
114
0
-573
29,554

80
123
0
369
29,104

11
128
0
910
29,030

10
121
0
481
29,451

88
143
0
65
29,678

58
179
0
469
30,125

135
186
0
-760
30,997

1,704
176
0
435
31,327

11,057
10,018
2l;l84

11,057
10,018
21,192

11,057
10,018
21,201

11,057
10,018
21,210

11,057
10,018
21,222

11,060
10,018
21,233

11,060
10,018
21,245

11,060
10,018
21,257

11,059
10,018
21,263

307,979
692

308,251
684

309,769
682

310,045
682

310,511
628

310,472
620

309,984
612

311,530
606

314,350
605

4,816
193
4,939
249
8,061
24,078

4,703
209
5,214
272
8,008
15,9%

5,195
191
5,191
270
8,301
25,974

5,698
202
5,249
246
8,223
22,778

4,480
218
5,210
315
8,099
24,495

9,858
447
5,299
263
8,025
17,206

7,649
213
5,311
218
8,034
26,108

7,684
204
5,330
244
9,089
20,443

7,396
202
5,399
219
8,101
24,865

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12 | Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

314,406

316,943

311,903

324,535

314,172

314,923

313,088

322,658

323,399

276,422
0

277,525
1,840

274,554
0

274,645
10,682

275,476
0

277,500
582

276,823
0

277,254
7,452

281,509
4,775

5,690
0
0

Factor

5,675
63
0

5,625
0
0

5,612
55
0

5,612
0
0

5,612
0
0

5,571
0
0

5,571
100
0

5,534
40
0

12
198
0
763
31,322

17
214
0
484
31,124

14
229
0
128
31,353

10
218
0
410
32,904

14
221
0
689
32,161

70
230
0
518
30,412

46
229
0
480
29,939

31
208
0
737
31,305

20
181
0
-606
31,945

11,060
10,018
21,268

11,059
10,018
21,274

11,059
10,018
21,280

11,059
10,018
21,286

11,060
10,018
21,289

11,059
10,018
21,292

11,059
10,018
21,295

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,298

11,060
10,018
21,309

314,441
586

313,704
584

313,852
578

315,695
562

316,598
553

316,118
542

315,712
539

317,750
536

320,466
531

4,708
207
5,404
244
8,059
23,103

5,041
374
5,933
218
8,003
25,438

5,365
206
5,445
219
8,047
20,549

7,628
179
5,473
245
8,718
28,399

4,963
141
5,621
265
8,117
20,280

4,412
253
5,592
321
8,086
21,967

5,679
224
5,611
283
8,010
19,403

5,316
236
5,768
302
9,032
26,095

3,982
183
5,667
278
8,119
26,560

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright— System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit .
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
. . . .
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
2
3

12 Gold stock
1 3 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

..

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
. ..
16 Treasury cash holdings
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 Banks3

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright— System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
2
3

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

. ..
....
..

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 .

10



2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19921—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Factor

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

325 472

333,889

336 583

319 293

332 569

319 138

318 942

326 097

283 122
2,682

280 683
14,303

279,712
16,685

281 573

281 313
9,831

281 314

282 004
521

288 095

5,534
307
0

5,534
224
0

5,534
1,475
0

5,534

5,534
1 044

5,534

5 534
130
0

5,534

1,398

191
0
154
32,083

44
200
0
136
32,765

425
184
0
-227
32,796

11
143
0
61

11 060
10,018
21 320

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,331

319 266

530

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright— System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit .
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
2
3

0

o
0

o

0

o
0

o
o

7
48

'J35
31,838

28
75
0
-1 505
32 155

1 108
31,307

11 059
10,018
21 356

11 059
10,018
21 363

11 059
10,018
21 370

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,377

319 905

321 597

320 482

526

517

5110

320209
505

321,826
501

5 197

4 342

320
5,740

279
5,703

335
8 036
21,661

300
8 097
34,168

5 692
393
5,742
254
7 916
20,590

5 028
585
5,832
298
8081
20,85 1

6,940
542
6,039
280
7,329
25,094

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

321,990

329,480

329,617

328,943

334,709

347,401

343,646

285 564
4 688

286 719

292 340

343

293 076
1,415

293 426

150

75

297 995
0

296066
13,132

296,2 1 2
5,130

5,534
533
0

5,534
0
0

5,534
0
0

5,534
0
0

5,534
5
0

5,450
0
0

5,450
277
0

5,413
646
0

6
41
0
605
31,482

155
39
0
100
29,293

834
30
0
707
29,692

11
22
0
247
29,312

14
17
3
323
29,546

15
22
2
1,501
29,724

87
19
0
2,181
30,190

39
16
1
5,904
30,286

11,060
10018
21,386

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,395

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,404

1 1 ,059
10,018
21,413

1 1 ,058
10,018
21,421

1 1 ,057
8,018
21,429

1 1 ,056
8,018
21,436

11,056
8,018
21,444

324,344
501

325,111
490

326,970
525

327,659
522

328,648
518

329,851
513

333,182
510

334,976
508

5,388
264
5,729
304
7,645
26738

6,504
162
6,006
288
7,903
17,998

6,074
185
5,756
278
8,088
24,084

4,760
167
6,066
294
7,552
25,087

4,605
196
5,788
273
7,848
23,563

6,958
221
5,845
266
8,069
23,490

6,568
178
5,780
305
8,344
33,045

7,270
254
6,333
266
8,278
26,279

190
119
0

20
96

31 970

1 485
33,054

1 1 ,058
10,018
21,342

11 060
10,018
21 349

317,713
522

317,923
527

7 881

21 796

501
5,708

310
5,756

328
8 104
25,550

256
8 107
21,836

24,586
546
5,963
296
8,024
21,138

Nov. 1 1

12 Gold stock
1 3 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

o

Nov. 18

328,452

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
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 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . .

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright — System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than 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 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks




11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1992'—Continued
D. End-of-month figures
Millions of dollars
Mar.

Apr.

May

June

303,555

306,524

306,002

306,376

314,760

265,423
0

265,796
1 805

267,945
0

270,808
244

276,883

5 960

5 960

5 960

5 910

5 750

135
0

0

o

0

o

0
0

0
0

5,710
0

88
21
3
198
33,980

35
25
2
290
31,821

23
29
0
512
32,400

49
66
0
928
31,103

22
128
0
376
29,048

1 173
185
1
-166
30,974

1 1 ,058
10,018
21,060

1 1 ,058
10018
21,099

1 1 ,057
10018
21,138

1 1 ,057
10 018
21,175

1 1 ,057
10,018
21,210

11,060
10,018
21,257

299,879
684

301,374
698

303,212
71t

306,373
705

309,719
682

310,935
612

10,828
321
4,556
251
7,629
24 520

5 477
264
4623
231
7 222
25 842

6 846

4 692

5 583

262

206

217

4610

5 717

5 249

364
8 098
24637

260

224

7 906
22 392

8 716
18 270

13,630
219
5,330
249
9 416
16 705

July

Factor

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

313 930

319 410

336 583

320 055

331 113

342 5 1 2

275,969

o

274 537
7 616

279 712
16 685

282 877

o

292 696
3 256

295 01 1
7 463

5 625

5 571

5 534
1 475

5 534

5 534

o

o

254
0

5 413
631
0

425
184

It
70

10
25
0

671
4

500

Jan.

Feb.

306,533
262,619
3,529

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
2
Bought outright — System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bouoht outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

o
o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 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 Banks3

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities2
Bought outright —-System account
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
2
3

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

0

o

53

o

0

29
227
0
305
31,776

31 195

= 227
32 796

31 064

— 20
29 358

3 253
30067

1 1 ,059
10 018
21,286

11 059
10 018
21 298

11 058
10 018
21 342

11 060
10 018
21 377

11 059
10 018
21 413

I t 056
8 018
21 452

314,338
578

316 136

317 923

320 363

327 261

539

527

505

525

334 706
508

6 923

6 232

24 586

4 413

6 985

264

297

546

229
6066
296
7,759
24481

28
216
0
195

o

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
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 Banks3

12



5 473

5 768

220
8,846
19,651

5 963

254
9,275
23 284

296

415
6039
317

8,024
21 138

7,271
23 186

7 492
206
6 179
372
7,984
25 592

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1992
A. Monthly averages1
Millions of dollars
| Apr. | May

Feb.

Mar.

. . . . 25,416
34,134
30,396
3 738
55,812
..
54,809

24,918
34 233
30,320
3 912
55,238
54,174

28,057
31 649
28,225
3,424
56,282
55,254

22,655
31 071
27,800
3 271
50,455
49,318

....

1,003

1,065

....

233
17
1

77
22
2

1,028
91
32
2

Jan. 8

Jan. 22

Feb. 5

27,557
33,316
29,601
3,715
57,158
56,020

26,147
33,156
29,732
3,424
55,879
54,966

1,138

521
22
1

Jan.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

21,071
31 198
27,754
3 444
48 825
47,825

21,223
31,728
28,273
3 456
49,496
48,584

21,206
32 145
28,617
3 528
49,823
48,857

21,272
32458
28,890
3 568
50 162
49,227

22,627
32 342
28 894
3 448
51 521
50,527

23,626
32 987
29 510
3 477
53 136
52,062

25,462
32 457
29,205
3 252
54 666
53,624

25,368
34 535
31 172
3 364
56 540
55,385

1,137
90
47
2

1,000
155
98
0

913
229
149
0

965
284
203
0

935
251
223
0

994
287
193
0

1 074

1,043

1 155

143
114
0

104
40
0

124
18
1

Feb. 19

Mar. 4

Mar. 18

Apr. 1

Apr. 15

Apr. 29

May 13

May 27

June 10

June 24

22,374
36,383
32,137
4,247
54,511
53,488

25,108
34,385
30,494
3,891
55,602
54,435

25,922
32,945
29,169
3,776
55,091
54 151

29,111
30 570
27,398
3,172
56,509
56001

27,578
32,413
28,826
3,588
56,403
54,788

22,885
30,455
27,353
3,102
50,238
49,174

22,137
31 643
28,225
3,418
50,362
49 150

21,746
30 348
27,091
3,258
48,836
48 209

20,356
32 070
28,418
3,653
48,774
47 277

21,374
30 909
27,591
3,318
48,965
48 492

21,205
3) 946
28,487
3,459
49,692
48 521

913

1 023

1 168

941

508

1,616

1 065

1 212

628

1 497

474

1 171

136
13
0

130
20
2

69
22
2

63
24
3

75
29
2

117
38
1

56
37
1

118
57
4

153
75
0

157
113
0

152
125
0

188
150
0

JulyS

July 22

Aug. 5

Aug. 19

Sept. 2

Sept. 16 Sept. 30 Oct. 14

Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 25

Dec. 9

Dec. 23

21,014
32,588
28 910
3,678
49 924
48,884

21 277
32,234
28,779
3,455
50056
49,106

21 264
31,613
28 105
3,508
49 369
48,447

21 515
32,689
29 166
3,523
50 681
49,856

20991
32,542
28 896
3,646
49 887
48,820

23 439
31,624
28 438
3,186
51 876
51,081

22,048
33,033
29,351
3,682
51 399
50,217

23 810
32,928
29438
3,490
53 248
52,099

23 031
33,324
29 790
3,534
52 821
5 1 ,750

25 S35
31,688
28 *>39
3,1150
54 074
53 'J46

25 730
32 398
29 117
3 281
54 846
53 485

24 548
34,315
30 918
3,397
55 466
54,625

25 209
34,770
31 373
3,397
56 582
55,357

1,041

950

922

825

1,067

795

1,182

1,149

1,071

728

1,361

841

1,225

455
187
1

215
199
0

241
222
0

249
221
0

258
226
0

321
187
0

259
196
0

185
146
0

118
95
0

66
53
0

138
37
0

95
22
0

60
19
2

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied vault cash4
4
Surplus vault cash5
5 Total reserves6
6
Required reserves
7
Excess reserve balances at Reserve
Banks7
..
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9
Seasonal borrowings
10 Extended credit8

2

....

B. Biweekly averages1
Millions of dollars
Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve
Banks2
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied vault cash4
4
Surplus vault cash5
5 Total reserves6
6
Required reserves
7
Excess reserve balances at
Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve
Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings . . .
10 Extended credit8

1 Reserve balances with Reserve
Banks2
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied vault cash4
4
Surplus vault cash5
5 Total reserves6
6
Required reserves
7
Excess reserve balances at
Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve
Banks
9
Seasonal borrowings
10 Extended credit8




13

4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks, 1992'
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday
Source and maturity
Jan. 6

Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10

Feb. 17

Feb. 24

Mar. 2

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and
other selected borrowings
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
official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
. ...

77,952
17,048

76,561
16,770

81,628
16,788

74,815
16,214

77,401
16,322

79,746
15,992

79,065
15,885

77,973
15,810

77,496
16,671

18,608
21,367

17,719
20,600

19,733
20,411

19,958
19,867

20,786
18,354

19,659
19,567

21,232
19,145

25,031
19,150

22,497
19,935

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government and
federal agency securities
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

10,668
14,888

12,471
15,719

14,731
15,187

14,810
15,446

15,759
15,879

16,188
16,752

15,714
18,032

16,424
15,410

15,270
16,763

24,792
11,294

24,240
11,518

24,341
11,363

25,006
11,427

25,417
1 1 ,226

25,678
11,075

26,202
11,396

26,841
11,632

26,888
11,283

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

47,704
22,767

48,269
22,386

54,387
26,681

52,077
23,644

54,879
23,259

55,068
24,036

54,795
22,209

52,574
22,983

54,815
22,606

Mar. 9

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

Mar. 30

Apr. 6

Apr. 13

Apr. 20

Apr. 27

May 4

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and
other selected borrowings
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
official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract . . . .
For all other maturities

80,491
16,452

76,090
16,777

71,362
16,734

71,855
16,153

77,652
15,270

78,385
16,485

84,086
17,187

72,591
16,936

76,521
16,916

19,725
21,308

19,359
21,284

19,026
21,497

18,107
20,489

17,201
19,903

16,276
19,454

15,407
21,761

18,013
22,239

21,470
20,338

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government and
federal agency securities
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
. . .

15,152
17,513

13,704
19,109

13,714
20,013

13,605
19,602

12,785
17,778

11,078
17,645

11,575
18,142

10,764
18,890

10,194
19,260

25,523
10,722

25,290
11,352

25,761
11,454

26,135
11,933

25,094
12,182

24,979
11,651

24,005
12,285

24,382
11,897

23,624
1 1 ,522

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

52,589
23,419

49,723
25,166

48,134
24,159

46,018
22,157

51,476
20,826

47,861
23,375

48,695
26,480

45,756
23,425

44,754
26,024

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

May 11

May 18

May 25

June 1

June8

June 15

June 22

June 29

July 6

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and
other selected borrowings
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
official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

74,240
16,874

74,851
16,741

71,524
17,100

76,385
16,730

81,336
16,798

79,181
16,917

73,132
16,833

67,085
16,645

72,091
19,198

17,550
21,792

16,367
21,629

18,994
21,853

19,084
20,606

16,666
19,451

18,482
19,159

17,430
18,682

17,993
18,944

17,450
19,502

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government and
federal agency securities
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

10,361
19,838

11,285
18,818

10,357
19,100

10,822
18,463

12,370
17,615

12,346
18,317

12,985
17,933

12,179
15,797

11,460
15,195

23,397
11,856

23,108
12,054

23,672
12,271

23,607
11,806

22,927
11,328

23,644
11,220

23,780
11,823

24,525
12,176

20,554
14,236

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

41,240
21,602

47,579
18,045

42,290
17,699

47,575
16,845

47,068
19,305

44,978
23,056

43,189
21,695

42,498
19,416

47,309
22,432

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

14



4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks, 1992*—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday
Source and maturity

July 13

July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10

Aug. 17

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Sept. 7

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and
other selected borrowings
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
official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

72,182
16,288

68,515
15,310

66,716
15,021

69,872
15,378

73,443
15,969

70,390
15,864

67,829
1:5,853

67,432
15,512

74,645
14,365

18,725
19,694

18,371
19,555

21,257
20,271

19,314
19,092

17,607
19,173

17,988
20,827

18,137
19,917

17,874
19,518

19,902
20,760

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government and
federal agency securities
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
.

13,092
14,782

13,705
13,945

14,374
13,008

14,964
13,228

16,002
15,336

15,391
16,438

17,878
16,025

17,541
17,136

16,819
16,114

22,983
11,770

22,610
11,847

24,561
11,713

24,609
11,602

24,862
11,588

24,794
11,830

25358
12,198

25,113
12,483

25,1)7
12,542

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

41,421
21,374

42,370
18,195

39,394
17,986

44,426
16,510

41,470
20,575

41,014
19,604

38,832
19,237

40,926
17,837

42,177
20,012

Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 28

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and other
selected borrowings
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 official
institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

72,298
14,605

67,876
13,869

62,643
13,912

74,230
13,206

71,213
14,234

72,309
14,254

65,933
14,797

67,659
15,148

17,075
21,209

16,170
20,816

18,852
21,355

17,986
19,641

16,750
18,468

22,663
17,510

23,327
18,763

19,074
17,575

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government and federal agency
securities
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 .

16,381
17,360

13,902
17,119

13,003
17,742

13,381
18,078

13,061
18,947

16,265
19,064

14,737
20,878

15,647
20,858

23,355
12,198

23,515
12,972

23,437
13,256

25,848
12,271

24,517
12,631

23,481
12,159

23,164
12,719

23,464
13,206

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

40,307
21,041

43,838
22,796

39,635
21,267

46,816
26,793

40,140
22,706

40,609
19,363

37,166
20,255

39,535
17,793

Nov. 9

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec.28

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements, and
other selected borrowings
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 official
institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities . . .

73,216
15,385

72,722
16,007

72,006
15,626

73,294
16,355

78,107
15,108

79,155
14,754

74,281
14,242

71,828
13,834

18,264
18,399

18,965
19,538

22,633
20,914

17,881
19,369

16,203
18,294

18,475
19,201

19,157
19,013

20,597
18,783

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

14,849
21,011

12,884
20,362

13,790
21,330

11,784
20,679

12,150
20,868

11,568
23,155

11,118
19,300

10,237
18,637

22,855
12,731

22,846
12,882

23,570
12,860

20,912
15,722

23,747
13,102

23,883
13,173

23,265
12,897

22,808
14,150

38,369
18,799

39,813
21,181

34,462
21,060

36,849
20,546

40,002
22,053

38,196
22,097

38,439
20,570

37,991
18,270

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

,.

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

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates, 1983-1992
A. Adjustment credit to depository institutions1
Percent per year, in effect December 31

Boston

1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992

New
York

Philadelphia

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

Year

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

B, Seasonal credit to depository institutions2
Percent per year, in effect December 3 1
Boston

1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

Year

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

4
n.a.

A
n.a.

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

1
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

C. Extended credit to depository institutions3
Percent per year, in effect December 3 1
Boston

Year

Philadelphia

New
York

First 30 days of borrowing

1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992

. . . .
.

. .

.

. .

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.0

After 30 days of borrowing3

1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992

A

4

n.a.

. . . .

A
n.a.

n.a.

1
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

7.7
9.5
8.9
8,0
4.8
3.7

i

1

A
n.a.

i

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

*
n.a.

A
n.a.

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

1

i

+
n.a.

A
n.a.

+
n.a.

A
n.a.

1
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

1
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

+
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7

i

i

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19921
Requirement

Type of deposit2

Percentage of deposits
3
10

Net transaction accounts*
\ $0 million-$46 8 million
2 More than $46.8 million4
3 Nonpersonal time deposits5
4 Eurocurrency liabilities6

16



.

..

Effective date
12/15/92
12/15/92

0

12/27/90

0

12/27/90

7. Federal Reserve open market transactions, 19921
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

14,714
1,628
308 699
1,600

Type of transaction

0
1,628
26 750
1,600

123
0
24,435
0

505
0
21,674
0

0
0
27,526
0

4,110
0
24275
0

306
0
22 028
0

0
0
30,755
0

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

1,064
0
25,468
0

3,669
0
29,562
0

U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES
Outright transactions
(excluding matched
transactions)
Treasury bills
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchanges
Redemptions
Others within one year
5
Gross purchases
6
Gross sales
7
Maturity shifts
8
Exchanges
. ..
9
Redemptions
One to five years
10
Gross purchases
11
Gross sales
12
Maturity shifts
1 3 Exchanges
Five to ten years
14
Gross purchases
15
Gross sales
...
16
Maturity shifts
1 7 Exchanges
More than ten years
1 8 Gross purchases
19
Gross sales
20
Maturity shifts
21
Exchanges
All maturities
22
Gross purchases
23
Gross sales
24
Redemptions
1
2
3
4

1,096
0
36,662
-30,543

0
13,118

0

-34,478
25 811

595
0
22 277
0

4,072
0
28,907
0

0
285
0
0
0
0
0
350
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,552
877
2,459
3,447
985
4,448
1,174
6,020
2,753
-989 -2,742 -2,512 - 1 ,863 -5,225 -1,854 -1,669 -4,617 - 1 ,905
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
2,010
- 982
0

0
0

0

0
0

- 1 ,050 -6,020 -2,552
539
2,292
2,512

-654
1,484

2 818

0
0

-1,915
3,532

-124

1,027

0

1,425

200
0

1 ,993
0
-2,113 -3,447
1,854
4,311

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

-223

-346

451

0
0
96
300

2,333
0
-269
1,200

0
0
0
0

0
0
-96
150

0
0
0
0

34,079
1 628
1,600

1 628
1,600

0

Matched transactions
25 Gross sales
26 Gross purchases

1 482 467
1,480,140

Repurchase agreements2
27 Gross purchases
28 Gross sales

0

0

4,172
200
200
0
0
0
-1,762 -6,800 -2.777
884
3,415
1,570

195
0
-412
700

750
0
0
0

0
0
-248
97

-187

614

0
0
-471
191

800

100
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
300

655
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
350

731
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

947
0
-173
400

0
0
0
0

1,930

0

0
0

4,310

0

0
0
0

866
0
0

5,927
0
0

4,272
0
0

3.969

0

3,836
0
0

7,820

0

0

0

136 922 123 000 128,230 125,999 118 972 126977 127,051 103 708 116331
136,282 124,654 126,673 128,149 117,524 129,216 126,137 101,410 115,579

116,024
114,917

38 777
38,533

10792
11,036

12,224
12,224

39,484
31,868

68,697
59,628

18,698
35,383

42,373
39,117

48,904
44,697

3,107

5,831

-914

6,184

14,244

-13,520

13,075

6,521

0

1,150

0
0

o

379

9,824
13,353

48,758
46,953

18,432
20,237

20,642 - 15,684

29 Net change in U.S. Treasury
securities

0
400
3,500
0
0
0
-514 -4,036 -2,753
1,478 3,567
1 ,905

461
0
0
0
2,777
7,160
-4,615 -1,570

597
0
0
0

21 412
33,228

-725

2,178

345

378 374
386,257

271
0
25,041
0

0

1,176

0

0

0

115,020 144,232
117,020 142,578

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
Outright transactions
30 Gross purchases
3 1 Gross sales
32 Redemptions
Repurchase agreements2
33 Gross purchases
34 Gross sales
35 Net change in federal agency
obligations
36 Total net change in System
Open Market Account




0
0

0
0

.

0
0

632

85

0

14,565
14,486

390
808

571
706

-554

-503

-135
-860

20}089 - 16,186

0
0

0
0

49

160

0
0
40

0
0
85

0
0
54

0
0
37

0
0
0

0
0

0

0

121

224
224

1,281
1,281

402
402

94
94

601
548

3,222
1,800

1,778
3,253

2,760
2,506

1,601
1,224

-0

-49

-160

-40

-85

-1

1,385

-1,475

254

256

2,178

295

2,946

5,791

-1,000

6,183

15,629 -14,995

13,329

6,777

1,640
1,640

0
0

0
0

17

8* Federal Reserve Banks, 19921
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account

Mar.

| Feb.

May

| Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

1 Oct.

Dec.

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account .
3 Coin

1 1 ,058

1 1 ,058 11,057

11,057

11,057

11,060

11,059

1 1 ,059

11,058

11,060

1 1 ,059

1 1 ,056

10,018
614

Loans
4 To depository institutions
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
1 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase
agreements

10,018
632

10,018
599

10,018
554

10,018

10,018
482

10,018
477

10,018

10,018
519

8,018

499

10,018
501

10,018

492

491

446

112
0

62
0

52
0

115
0

150
0

1,359
0

256
0

244
0

609
0

80
0

35
0

675

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5,960

5,960

5,960

5,910

5,750

5,534

5,534

5,534

5,413

0

135

9 Total U.S. Treasury securities , . . 266,148

5,710

5,625

5,571

o

0

0

0

0

0

53

0

254

631

265,423 267,600

267,945

271,052

276,883

275,969

282,153

296,397

282,877

295,952

302,474

1,475

10 Bought outright2
11 Bills
12 Notes
13 Bonds
14 Held under repurchase
agreements

262,619
128,767
101,520
32,331

265 423
130,544
102 835
32,043

265 796
129,492
104 260
32,043

267 945
131,642
104 260
32,043

270,808
134,304
104 160
32,343

276,883
136,849
106,974
33,059

275,969
135,935
106,974
33,059

274 537
133,908
107 822
32,807

279 712
133,752
112 376
33,584

282 877
136,716
112 576
33,584

292 696
139,780
1 17 879
35,037

295 O i l
141,794
118 179
35,037

3,529

0

1 805

0

244

0

0

7 616

16 685

0

3,256

7,463

IS Total loans and securities

272,354

271,444

273,613

273,971 276,952

283,952

281,849

288,020

304,015

288,491

301,775

309,192

4,624
994

4,657
1,001

7,362
1,007

4,672
1,014

4,754
1,021

7,216
1 ,026

4,428
1 ,014

2,267
1,015

5,125
1,019

5,136
1,024

1,912
1,029

8,378
1,026

25,918
7,140

25 999
5,040

26 060
5,445

23 964
6,196

23099
4,901

24,487
5,518

24,734
6,113

24 742
5,472

24 432
7,423

23 067
7,020

22 150
6,245

21 514
7,738

332,719

329,849

335,161

331,447

332,293

343,758

339,692

343,093 363,591 346,334

354,679

367,368

280,117

281 605

283,383

286,457

289,684

290,772

294,107

295 876

297 609

300 010

306 863

314 208

22 Total deposits

40,595

36,659

36,952

32,960

29,527

36,839

40,270

36,206

53,094

34,484

37,840

40,148

23 Depository institutions
. ..
24 U.S. Treasury—General
account
25 Foreign— Official accounts
26 Other

29,195

30,688

29 480

27,801

23,503

22,740

25,302

29422

27 665

29 339

30 348

32 079

10,828
321
251

5,477
264
231

6 846
262
364

4,692
206
260

5,583

13,630
219
249

6,923
264
220

6232

4413
415
317

7 492

297
254

24586
546
296

6985

217
224

229
2%

206
372

4,378

4,363

6728

4,124

4,367

6,732

-3,531

1 736

4 865

4 568

2 216

5 028

2,558

2 317

2 226

2,052

2,089

1 ,908

1 960

1 840

1 805

1 894

1 876

327,648

324,944

329,289

325,593 325,667

336,250

332,834

335,778

357,408

340,868

348,814

361,260

2,683
2 383
6

2,734
2 171
0

2 745
2 598
529

2957
2652
1 707

2 977
2 652
555

3 040
2 419
8

3 028
2 546

3 054
3 054

291

o

33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts

332 719

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

266,801

16 Items in process of collection . . . .
17 Bank premises
Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign
currencies3
,.
19 All other4
20 Total assets
LIABILITIES
21 Federal Reserve notes

27 Deferred credit items .
28 Other liabilities and
accrued dividends5

. .,

29 Total liabilities

1 ,988

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

18



2,790
2 652
413

2,813
2652
1,162

2,832
2 652
2,024

2,931
2 652
1,276

329 849

335 161 331 447

332 293

343 758

339,692

343 093 363 591

346 334

354 679

367 368

268,036

271,183

276,920

279,403

291,950

296 756

283,556

293 014

285 765

291,393

274,023

8. Federal Reserve Banks, 1992—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement6
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
1 Federal Reserve notes outstanding
(issued to Banks)
LESS: Held by Federal Reserve
Banks
3 Federal Reserve notes, net

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

362,146

358,760

360,961

362,337

360,881

357,972

357,496

357,540

359,274

363,479

81,617
281,605

78,763
283,383

72,303
286,457

71,277
289,684

71,565
290,772

66,774
294,107

62,096
295,876

59,887
297,609

57,530
300,010

52,410
306,863

49,271
314,208

11,058

11,057

11,057

11,057

11,060

11,059

11,059

11,058

11,060

11,059

11,056

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

10,018
0

8,018
0

Jan.

Feb.

364,621

363,222

84,504
280,117
11,058

1

Mar,

2

Collateral held against notes, net
4 Gold certificate account
5 Special drawing rights certificate
account
6 Other eligible assets
7 U.S. Treasury and agency
securities

259,041

260,529

262,308

265,382

268,609

269,694

273,030

274,799

276,532

278,933

285,787

295,134

8 Total collateral

280,117

281,605

283,983

286,457

289,684

290,772

294,107

295,876

297,609

300,010

306,863

314,208

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10,018
0

10,018
0

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

Feb.

Jan.

Apr.

Mar.

1 Total loans

112

62

52

115

150

1,359

256

244

609

80

35

675

2 Within fifteen days7
3 Sixteen days to ninety days
4 Ninety-one days to one year

112
0
0

58
4
0

46
6
0

92
24
0

104
47
0

1,277
82
0

125
131
0

110
134
0

506
103
0

35
46
0

23
12
0

673
1
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

9 Total U.S. Treasury securities . . 262,619

5 Total acceptances
7

6 Within fifteen days
7 Sixteen days to ninety days
8 Ninety-one days to one year

10 Within fifteen days7
1 1 Sixteen days to ninety days
12 Ninety-one days to one year . . . . .
13 One year to five years
14 Five years to ten years
15 More than ten years
16 Total federal agency
obligations
17
18
19
20
21
22

7

Within fifteen days
Sixteen days to ninety days
Ninety-one days to one year
One year to five years
Five years to ten years
More than ten years




265,423

265,796

267,945

270,808

276,883

275,969

282,153

296,397

282,877

295,952

302,474

8,864
64,603
86,028
63,788
14,796
24,540

8,559
69,052
87,851
60,175
15,194
24,594

6,571
67,222
89,745
62,473
15,192
24,594

13,540
57,553
93,608
63,302
15,347
24,594

7,584
72,122
85,703
64,889
15,615
24,894

9,835
70,373
88,814
66,100
16,212
25,549

9,389
68,366
89,667
67,064
15,932
25,549

13,027
70,616
90,167
66,029
16,415
25,899

24,468
67,062
91,423
69,648
17,165
26,63J

3,203
73,197
93,205
69,627
17,014
26,631

8,620
75,398
95,569
69,757
18,803
27,805

12,824
70,610
103,582
68,750
18,903
27,805

5,960

5,960

5,960

5,910

5,750

5,710

5,625

5,624

7,009

5,534

5,788

6,044

108
867
1,343
2,647
841
154

403
502
1,411
2,726
764
154

220
524
1,515
2,750
797
154

i05
677
1,499
2,733
742
154

321
496
1,460
2,577
742
154

222
721
1,301
2,557
755
154

98
836
1,297
2,483
757
154

463
573
1,286
2,391
757
154

1,635
747
1,221
2,465
737
154

114
843
1,198
2,503
722
154

647
548
1,109
2,608
722
154

821
810
1,064
2,511
696
142

19

9. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks, 19921
A. Seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of deposit

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

DEBITS To
Demand deposits2
1 All insured banks
2 Major New York City
banks . . . .
3 Other banks
4 Other checkable
deposits3
5 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)4

296,959.8 295,673.6 299,569.8 307,321.1 293,602.0 323,630.8 339,216.4 306,923.0 346,658.3 326,893.0 322,187.1 331,038.8
153,009.1 151,443.9 157,491.2 159,053.5 153,987.3 166,773.7 177,296.3 157,221.1 184,740.9 176,372.6 173,393.4 176,089.1
143,950.7 144,229.7 142,078.6 148,267.5 139,614.6 156,857.1 161,920.1 149,702.0 161,917.4 150,520.4 148,793.7 154,949.8
3,789.9

3,778.3

3,694.0

3,782.5

3,613.1

4,020.0

4,078.7

3,763.9

3,942.1

3,700.5

3,610.0

3,683.9

3,125.2

3,123.5

3,420.2

3,298.0

3,068.0

3,355.3

3,513.7

3,139.8

3,559.1

3,468.2

3,497.2

3,407.3

840.5

803.6

810.4

833.8

775.8

870.7

916.6

800.0

892.4

796.1

830.5

4,710.3
448.7

4,549.8
431.0

4,790.4
421.9

4,831.5
441.7

4,442.9
406.1

4,922.2
464.3

5,349.6
480.6

4,550.9
428.8

5,254.5
458.3

4,624.0
405.2

4,693.3
429.1

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
Demand deposits2
6 All insured banks
7 Major New York City
banks . . . .
....
8 Other banks
9 Other checkable
deposits3
10 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)4

15.0

15.4

14.6

14.9

5.0

4.6

4.7

4.7

13.9
4.3

15.4

15.6

4.7

14.2
4.4

4.9

818.9
4,855.5
414.8

14.7

13.5

12.9

13.1

4.9

4.7

4.7

4.6

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of deposit

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

DEBITS To
Demand deposits2
1 1 All insured banks
1 2 Major New York City
banks
13 Other banks . . . .
14 Other checkable
deposits3
1 5 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)4

301,146.1 271,115.8 306,950.8 307,251.8 293,706.9 333,406.4 341,278.3 315,724.4 334,831.5 335,289.0 308,015.6 340,982.1
152,956.7 138,090.0 161,273.6 157,585.5 153,163.7 173,392.8 178,555.6 162,973.3 178,998.2 182,584.2 167,578.4 179,987.6
148,189.5 133,025.7 145,677.2 149,666.4 140,543.2 160,013.6 162,722.7 152,751.0 155,833.4 152,704.8 140,437.2 160,994.5
4,139.9

3,458.6

3,753.6

4,014.9

3,521.3

4,048.4

3,987.9

3,696.9

3,945.7

3,689.7

3,351.3

3,849.3

3,348.4

2,861.1

3,388,8

3,502.9

3,075.9

3,467.1

3,523.9

3,173.5

3,374.3

3,403.2

3,240.4

3,588,0

758.8

853,5

828.3

792.3

900.4

836.5

864.2

839.2

754.3

815.2

4,230.7
409.7

5,092.8
444,2

4,825.1
442.4

4,557.7
416.9

5,174.3
475.1

4,870.2
444.1

5,180.1
441.6

5,025.6
420.5

4,494.4
378.5

4,418.1
426.5

13.7

12.1

13.5

4.4

4.8

DEPOSIT TURNOVER
Demand deposits2
16 All insured banks
17 Major New York City
banks
1 8 Other banks
19 Other checkable
deposits3
20 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)4

20



831.2
4,454.9
451.9

16.4
5.0

13.8
4.2

14.7
4.9

15.3
5.0

13.7
4.4

15.6
4.9

916.2
5,317.6
480.2

15.4
4.9

14.1
4.4

14.9
4.6

4.6

10. Money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 19921
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

911.5
3,451.0
4,172.2
4,978.3
11,249.3

926.2
3,467.7
4,189.0
4,999.1
11,300.0

935.1
3,467.8
4,184.9
5,010.1
11,357.7

941.2
3,464.8
4,177.9
5,009.1
11,410.6

952.2
3,467.5
4,179.8
5,011.0
11,456.5

952.6
3,462.1
4,170.1
5,014.8
11,507.0

963.3
3,463.6
4,169.0
5,012.5
11,553.0

975.5
3,472.4
4,178.8
5,025.9
11,603.4

990.1
3,480.2
4,183.0
5,037.4
11,642,3

1,005.9
3,491.4
4,180.0
5,042.3
11,669.4

1,019.1
3,498.0
4,178.5
5,055.9
11,724.1

1,026.6
3,497.0
4,166.5
5,052.1
11,779.7

269.0
7.7
296.3
338.6

270.8
7.7
303.3
344.3

271.9
7.7
308.0
347.5

273.6
7.7
310.8
349.0

275.1
7.7
314.7
354.7

276.6
7.7
312.3
355.9

279.5
7.7
317.5
358.6

282.4
7.8
322.5
362.8

286.3
8.1
329.0
366.7

288.0
8.3
336.0
373.7

289.8
8.2
339.5
381.6

292.3
8.1
340.9
385.2

2,539.5
721.2

2,541.5
721.3

2,532.7
717.1

2,523.7
713.1

2,515.3
712.3

2,509.5
708.0

2,500.3
705.4

2,496.9
706.4

2,490.2
702.8

2,485.5
688.5

2,478.8
680.5

2,470.3
669.6

Commercial banks
12 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs) . . . . . . . .
13 Small time deposits9
14 Large time deposits10- ' '

677.2
589.1
336.9

689.0
578.6
333.7

695.6
571.2
330.0

703.9
567.9
326.6

709.3
560.0
323.0

713.3
552.9
317.7

719.5
544.6
311.0

727.6
535.6
307.8

737.2
527.5
303.5

746.1
519.9
296.8

752.5
511.9
292.8

756.1
507.0
290.2

Thrift institutions
15 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)
16 Small time deposits9
17 Large time deposits10

383.1
453.9
82.0

391.7
442.9
79.9

398.7
432.8
77.4

403.6
418.2
75.5

410.3
409.6
73.0

412.7
402.8
71.7

415.0
396.9
71.5

418.2
391.3
70.3

421,7
385.2
70.2

424.4
376.6
70.2

427.9
369.9
68.5

429.9
363.2
67.3

Money market funds
18 General purpose and
broker— dealer
19 Institution-only ,

360.3
186.1

362.3
192.0

358.0
192.2

354.5
195.9

354.9
202.2

353.5
206.3

350.4
212.5

348.9
220.9

343.9
220.7

346.3
210.9

343.7
209.2

342.3
202.3

2,782.6
8,466.7

2,801.8
8,498.2

2,841.7
8,516.0

2,877.3
8,533.3

2,908.5
8,548.0

2,943.8
8,563.2

2,968.2
8,584.9

2,991.6
8,611.8

3,004.1
8,638.2

3,001.5
8,667.9

3,027.9
8,696.2

3,069.0
8,710.7

2

1
2
3
4
5

Measures
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

6
7
8
9

Ml components
Currency3
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits5
Other checkable deposits6 .

Nontransaction
components
10 In M27
1 1 In M38

Debt components
20 Federal debt
21 Nonfederal debt

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

917.3
3,456.0
4,174.1
4,993.2
11,236.8

916.0
3,462.3
4,186.5
4,999.6
11,268.3

930.5
3,474.8
4,195.2
5,023.4
11,318.0

954.7
3,486.5
4,195.0
5,024.9
11,367.4

943.9
3,452.5
4,167.1
4,988.0
11,408.1

951.9
3,457.2
4,165.0
5,001.9
11,457.8

962.5
3,461.0
4,163.6
4,996.3
11,507.7

970.4
3,466.8
4,178.5
5,015.9
11,565.6

982.8
3,467.8
4,171.5
5,026.7
11,615.3

1,000.9
3,485.7
4,170.0
5,031.5
11,648.0

1,021.5
3,500.8
4,183.8
5,068.9
11,705.4

1,045.8
3,511.2
4,178.6
5,077.0
11,771.3

267.8
7.4
299.9
342.2

269.4
7.5
296.4
342.7

271.0
7.4
302.6
349.5

273.3
7.3
313.8
360.2

275.7
7.4
308.3
352.5

277.2
7.8
311.4
355.5

280.8
8.2
317.7
355.9

282.9
8.4
319.8
359.2

284.6
8.5
326.1
363.6

287.0
8.4
336.7
368.8

290.0
7.9
343.9
379.7

295.0
7.8
355.3
387.7

2,538.7
718.1

2,546.3
724.3

2,544.3
720.4

2,531.8
708.6

2,508.6
714.6

2,505.3
707.8

2,498.5
702.6

2,496.4
711.7

2,485.0
703.6

2,484.8
684.3

2,479.3
683.0

2,465.4
667.4

Commercial banks
33 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)
34 Small time deposits9
35 Large time deposits10-11 . .

673.4
591.1
334.6

686.5
579.4
333.0

698.7
570.6
330.9

708.0
566.7
325.7

710.0
557.7
324.8

716.1
551.0
319.3

721.9
544.7
310.6

728.2
535.8
309.1

735.4
528.1
303.9

744.4
521.1
296.0

751.9
512.5
292.7

752.3
507.8
289.1

Thrift institutions
36 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs)
37 Small time deposits9
38 Large time deposits10 . . . .

380.9
455.4
81.4

390.2
443.5
79.7

400.4
432.3
77.6

406.0
417.3
75.3

410.7
407.9
73.4

414.3
401.4
72.0

416.3
397.0
71.4

418.5
391.4
70.6

420.6
385.7
70.3

423.4
377.4
70.0

427.5
370.3
68.5

427.8
363.8
67.1

Money market funds
39 General purpose and
broker— dealer
40 Institution-only

360.0
190.8

368.8
200.1

367.7
194.9

361.1
194.9

352.9
202.3

349.9
202.4

345.8
209.0

346.2
220.6

341.4
216.6

343.4
206.3

341.9
209.5

340.0
202.4

Repurchase agreements
and Eurodollars
41 Overnight .
42 Term

77.9
126.6

77.9
128.7

74.7
132.3

72.8
129.0

69.5
129.2

72.5
128.3

72.8
126.2

76.2
127.2

73.8
127.1

75.0
127.7

75.1
128.7

73.9
126.3

2,782.5
8,454.3

2,799.1
8,469.1

2,834.7
8,483.3

2,863.5
8,504.0

2,884.1
8,524.0

2,912.2
8,545.7

2,937.5
8,570.3

2,970.3
8,595.3

2,993.9
8,621.4

2,998.1
8,649.9

3,028.3
8,677.1

3,069.8
8,701.5

Item
22
23
24
25
26

Measures2
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

27
28
29
30

Ml components
Currency3 . . .
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits5 . . . .
Other checkable deposits6 .

Nontransaction
components
31 InM2 7
32 In M38

Debt components
43 Federal debt
44 Nonfederal debt




21

11. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base, 19921
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements2
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
item

June

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

46.23
45.99

47,80
47.72

48.51
48.42

48.99
48.90

49.50
49.34

49.32
49.09

46.00
45.22
319.39

47,72
46.73
322.85

48.42
47.48
324.66

48.90
47.86
326.69

49.34
48.50
328.86

49.09
48,40
330.23

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

49.63
49.35

50.34
50.09

51.27
50.99

52.84
52.69

53.82
53.71

54.35
54.23

49.35
48.66
333,18

50.09
49.41
336,84

50.99
50.28
341.59

52.69
51.76
344.85

53.71
52.77
347.83

54.23
53.20
350.80

July

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total reserves3
2 Nonborrowed reserves4
3 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5
4 Required reserves
5 Monetary base6

Not seasonally adjusted
7

6 Total reserves
7 Nonborrowed reserves
8 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5
9 Required reserves8
10 Monetary base9

47.34
47.11

46.84
46.76

47.67
47.58

50,00
49.91

48.60
48,45

49.22
48.99

49.49
49.21

49.78
49.53

51.07
50.78

52.62
52.47

54.08
53.97

56.06
55.93

47.11
46.34
320.43

46.77
45.78
320.38

47.59
46.65
322.69

49.91
48.86
327.44

48.45
47,60
328.36

48.99
48.31
330.92

49.21
48.53
334.08

49.53
48.84
336.57

50.78
50.08
340.08

52.47
51.54
343.63

53.97
53.04
347.89

55.93
54.90
354.55

B. Not adjusted for changes in the reserve requirements11
Item
1 1 Total reserves11
12 Nonborrowed reserves
13 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5 ,
14 Required reserves
15 Monetary base12
16 Excess reserves13
17 Borrowings from the Federal
Reserve

22



Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

55.81
55.58

55.24
55 16

56.28
56 19

50.46
5037

48 83
48 67

49 50
49 27

49.82
49 54

50 16
49 91

51 52
51 23

53 14
5299

5467
54 56

56 54
5642

55 58
54.81
333 09
1 00

55 16
54 17
333 19
1 07

56 19
55.25
335 82
1 03

50 37
49.32
332 69
1 14

48 67
47 83
333 79
1 00

4927
4858
33643
91

49 54
48.86
339 87
97

49 91
49 23
34249
94

51 23
50 53
34621
99

52 99
52 06
349 81
1 07

5456
53 62
354 25
1 04

56 42
55 39
36090
1 16

23

08

09

09

16

23

28

25

29

14

10

12

1 Sept.

12. Loans and securities of all commercial banks, 1992'
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, averages of Wednesday figures

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

I Total loans, (eases, and securities2 . . 2,846.0

2,855.4

2,862.7

2,874.3

2,875.3

2,882.8

2,886.9

2,902.2

2,917.4

2,926.0

2,932.4

2,937.6

2 U.S. government securities
564.2
3 Other securities
179.6
4 Total loans and leases2
2,102.2
615.4
5 Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7.0
7
Other commercial and
608.4
industrial
8
U S addressees4
599.1
9
Non-U S addressees4 . . .
9.3
10 Real estate .
873.2
363.4
1 1 Individual
12 Security
58.0
42.1
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultural
34.1
15 State and political subdivisions . . . .
28.6
7.1
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
2.3
31.4
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans
46.5

570.9
180.3
2,104.3
613.5
7.0

579.6
178.5
2,104.5
610.8
6.8

590.8
178.5
2,104.9
609.0
6.5

600.2
176.9
2,098.2
607.6
6.7

610.7
175.8
2,096.2
604.6
6.3

619.2
177.9
2,089.8
602.5
6.5

632.6
178.2
2,091.4
601.4
6.5

640.6
178.2
2,098.6
601.2
6.3

647.3
178.8
2,099.8
600.8
7.5

651.4
177.3
2,103.8
600.5
7.9

657.1
176.0
2,104.6
597.6
7.8

606.5
597.5
9.0
876.7
363.8
58.9
43.0
34.1
28.3
6.9
2.2
31.5
45.5

604.0
594.9
9.1
879.1
362.3
60.7
43.6
34.3
28.0
6.6
2.1
31.4
45.5

602.6
593.2
9.4
881.8
360.8
63.4
43.2
34.3
27.6
6.7
2.0
31.1
45.1

600.9
590.8
10.1
883.3
359.2
60.9
43.3
34.3
27.3
7.0
2.0
30,9
42.4

598.4
588.3
10.1
881.8
359.0
63.3
42.4
34.6
26.8
7.5
2.0
31.0
43.3

596.0
585.3
10.7
881.5
358.6
60.5
41.5
34.9
26.2
7.7
2.2
30.8
43.2

594.9
584.3
10.6
883.1
357.4
61.6
42.0
35.3
25.9
7.2
2.3
30.8
44.3

594.9
583.6
11.3
886.8
357.0
64.0
44.0
35.2
25.8
7.9
2.5
31.0
43.2

593.3
582.6
10.7
890.7
355.8
64.7
43.9
35.1
25.4
7.6
2.4
30.8
42.6

592.6
582.3
10.3
892.5
355.4
64.2
44.7
35.2
25.1
7.5
2.8
30.9
45.0

589.9
580.2
9.7
892.4
355.5
64.8
43.6
35.0
24.8
7.7
2.8
30.9
49.5

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

. . 2,848.3

2,857.4

2,864.9

2,875.8

2,870.7

2,882.9

564.4
21 US. government securities
180.2
22 Other securities
2
2,103.6
23 Total loans and leases
613.8
24 Commercial and industrial
7.2
25
Bankers acceptances held3
26
Other commercial and
606.7
industrial
597.4
27
U S addressees4
28
Non-U. S. addressees4
9.3
873.1
29 Real estate
367.5
30 Individual
58.7
3 1 Security
42.3
32 Nonbank financial institutions
33.3
33 Agricultural
28.4
34 State and political subdivisions . . . .
7.2
35 Foreign banks
2.3
36 Foreign official institutions
31.8
37 Lease-financing receivables
45.2
38 All other loans

574.0
180.5
2,102.9
612.7
7.3

584.0
178.2
2,102.6
614.0
6.9

592.6
178.0
2,105.2
612.1
6.3

599.4
176.5
2,094.8
609.4
6.6

608.9
175.4
2,098.7
606.5
6.2

605.4
596.2
9.2
875.1
363.8
61.3
42.8
32.8
28.2
6.7
2.2
31.7
45.8

607.2
598.2
9.0
876.7
359.8
62.6
43.2
33.0
28.0
6.4
2.1
31.6
45.2

605.8
596.3
9.5
880.7
358.1
66.9
42.6
33.5
27.6
6.4
2.0
31.2
44.1

602.7
592.7
10.0
883.4
357.4
58.4
42.8
34.0
27.3
6.8
2.0
30.9
42.5

600.3
589.5
10.8
882.0
357.2
63.5
42.9
35.1
26.8
7.3
2.0
31.0
44.4

Jan.

Item

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, averages of Wednesday figures

Jan.

Item
2

20 Total loans, leases, and securities




Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,876.1 2,894.5

2,914.9

2,925.2

2,939.0

2,947.4

615.3
176.8
2,084.0
601.5
6.3

631.3
178.1
2,085.0
597.6
6.3

638.7
177.9
2,098.3
597.6
6.2

645.1
179.2
2,100.9
598.4
7.4

654.1
178.3
2,106.6
600.8
8.2

655.8
176.2
2,115.4
600.6
8.0

595.2
584.2
11.0
881.6
356.4
58.0
41.3
35.8
26.1
7.8
2.2
30.6
42.6

591.4
580.5
10.8
883.7
356.9
59.4
41.8
36.5
25.9
7.0
2.3
30.6
43.2

591.4
580.3
11.1
887.6
358.6
62.5
43.5
36.7
25.9
8.1
2.5
30.8
44.6

591.0
580.7
10.3
891.5
356.2
64.2
43.5
36.1
25.5
7.8
2.4
30,8
44.4

592.6
582.8
9.8
893.9
356.3
63.5
45.0
35.2
25.2
7.8
2.8
30.8
45.4

592.6
583.0
9.5
893.7
360.0
65.5
45.6
34.8
24.8
8.2
2.8
30.9
48.6

Aug.

23

13. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banks, 19921
Billions of dollars, monthly averages

Jan.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total nondeposit funds2
2 Net balances owed to related foreign offices3
3 Borrowings from other than commercial banks
in United States4 .
.
.
..
4 Domestically chartered banks
5 Foreign -related banks
.

.,.,
..

Not seasonally adjusted
6 Total nondeposit funds2
..
.
7 Net balances owed to related foreign offices3
8 Domestically chartered banks .
9 Foreign-related banks
10 Borrowings from other than commercial banks
in United States4
1 1 Domestically chartered banks
12
Federal funds and security RP borrowings5
13
Other6
14 Foreign-related banks*
MEMO
Gross large time deposits1
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances at commercial banks*
17 Seasonally adjusted
.
18 Not seasonally adjusted

24



Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct. | Nov.

280.6
41.4

Source of funds

285 1
41.4

287.2
44.8

291 9
50.9

292 4
53.7

295 9
61.2

297 0
61.7

302 5
61.4

309 5
64.0

3046
63.8

308 4
68.1

312 0
71.8

239.2
155 8
83.4

243 8
159 7
84 1

242.4
157.3
85.0

241 0
1546
86 5

2387
151 8
869

234.7
147 6
87 2

235.3
147 2
88.1

241.1
151 6
89.6

245.6
153 5
92.1

240.9
154 7
86.2

240.2
153 9
86.3

240.2
154 7
85 5

279.5
44.0
-4.6
48 6

289.6
43.2
1
43 1

292.2
45.6
.2
45 4

288.4
47.9
-46
52 6

297.1
55.9
-4 5
604

295.2
59.2
-6.3
65 6

291.5
58.4
-7.0
65 4

297.6 304.1 306.9 313.7 311 9
57.6
61.6
69.8
75.9
64.9
-9.3
-11.0 -13.4 - 12,6 -15 1
82 4
669
72 6
78 3
91 0

235.6
152.8
149.4
3.4
82.8

246.3
161 5
158 0
3.5
849

246.6
160.2
156.9
3.3
86.4

240.5
152 7
149 2
3.4
87 8

241.2
153 3
1494
3.9
87 9

236.0
147 4
143.3
4.1
88 6

233.1
144 1
140.0
4.2
890

239.9
150 5
146.6
3.9
89 5

242.5
152 3
148.5
3.8
90 1

242. 0
155 8
152.3
3.6
86 1

243.8
158 4
154.3
4.1
85 5

2360
153 7
149 7
4.0
82 3

416.1
413.9

413.7
413 1

407.2
408.1

401.5
400 5

397.5
3994

393.3
394 9

387.7
387 4

385.8
387 1

383.2
383 6

375.7
3749

371.3
371 1

3665
365 5

26.1
33.1

20.2
25 2

21.9
20 1

20 8
17 7

19.2
21 0

24.7
25 2

23.1
19 6

28.0
224

24.1
28 6

21.5
21 9

20.7
16 5

204
19 5

Dec.

14. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks: Last Wednesday of month, 19921
A. All commercial banking institutions2
Billions of dollars
Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

3,024.7
714.1
548.4
165.6
37.8
23.9
1.6
12.3
2,272.8
174.1
2,098.7
612.9
873.6
70.0
803.6
362.7
249.5
204.4

3,031.0
723.3
558,4
164 9
39.3
25.6
2.1
11.6
2,268.4
169.2
2,099.2
613.5
875 5
69.9
805.6
359.8
250.5
202 6

3,033.6
727.4
563.8
163.6
37.9
24.6
2.0
11.3
2,268.3
166.2
2,102.2
610.3
882.4
70.5
811.9
359.0
250.4
205.2

3,030.3
7356
573.1
162 4
36.9
23.8
1.8
11.3
2,257.8
169.7
2,088.2
607.5
881 0
70.9
810.1
357.6
242.1
219 7

3,031.3
749 8
588.9
160 9
35 2
21.4
1 9
12.0
2 246 3
155.3
2,091.0
604.8
8802
71.4
808.8
358 1
248.0
199 1

3,020.6
757 1
593.9
163 2
37.0
21.6
1.8
13.7
2,226 4
150.7
2,075.7
598.0
881 8
71.9
809.9
357 1
238.8
199 7

3,045.2
771 5
607 8
163 7
37 0
22.2
24
12 5
22367
151 3
2,085.4
595.0
883 2
72 2
811.0
357 7
249 5
197 6

3,088.0
782 4
6199
162 6
396
25.2
32
11.3
2 266 0
161.4
2,104.6
597.1
888 1
73 0
815.1
357 6
261.7
210 5

3,078.8
781 0
6180
163 0
41 3
24.9
38
12 6
2 256 5
155 7
2,100.8
597.8
892 2
73 5
818 7
356 9
253 9
204 2

3,108.7
788 2
625 9
162 3
43 0
27.6
3 1
12.4
2 277 5
1693
2,108.3
602.0
892 5
73 5
819.0
3564
257 3
222 2

3,110.3
798 0
635 0
163 0
34 8
20.3
31
11 4
2 277 5
157 5
2,120.0
602.2
892 2
73 4
8189
362 6
262 9
239 1

27.5
30.7

28 5
29.7

23.8
30.8

28 6
32.2

28 8
30 8

23 5
31.2

22 5
31 3

23 6
31 2

24 6
31 7

26 3
31 1

29 0
36 2

29.3
73.9
43.1
268.9

29.2
71.2
43.8
261.6

29.4
78.2
43.0
274.7

33.4
83.8
41.7
274.9

29 2
69.2
41 1
278.4

29.6
71.1
44.3
280.2

29 5
70.3
43 9
279.6

28 6
84.4
42 7
287.6

30 2
734
44 5
287 6

33 3
87.0
44 5
284.8

36 3
93.8
43 7
292.6

3,496.0

3,498.0

3,495.2

3,513.5

3,524.9

3,508.8

3,500.5

3,522.5

3,586.1

3,570 6

3 615.8

3,642.0

2,447 .1
646.0
2.9

2,455.4
654.9
3.0

2,462.3
666.0
2.5

2,461.1
676.3
4.5

2,473.8
687.6
23

2,439.9
666.4
33

2,451.3
678.0
28

2,454.9
682.4
27

2,483.5
728.5
39

2,475.9
718 7
25

2,511.5
756.9
43

2,538.8
803.0
60

Jan.

Assets
3,021.5
1 Loans and securities
7069
2
Investment securities
540.5
3
U S government securities ,
166 4
4
Other
38.0
5
Trading account assets
23.2
6
U.S. government securities
7
Other securities
1.7
13.0
8
Other trading account assets .
2,276 6
9
Total loans
176.5
10
Interbank loans
2,100.1
11
Loans excluding interbank
612.8
12
Commercial and industrial . . . .
873 8
13
Real estate
70.3
14
Revolving home equity
15
Other
803.5
3670
16
Individual
246.5
17
All other
201 6
18 Total cash assets
19
Balances with Federal Reserve
23 7
Banks
31.1
20
Cash in vault
21
Demand balances at U.S. depository
28.4
institutions . . . .
73.4
22
Cash items
23
Other cash assets . . .
45.0
24 Other assets
272.9
25 Total assets

Liabilities
26 Total deposits
27 Transaction accounts
28
Demand U S government
29
Demand, depository
institutions
30
Other demand and all checkable
deposits
31
Savings deposits (excluding
checkable)
32 Small time deposits
33 Time deposits over $100,000
34 Borrowings
35 Treasury tax and loan notes
36 Other
37 Other liabilities
38 Total liabilities
39 Residual (assets less liabilities)3




36.0

37.6

37.5

37.5

43.2

37.0

36.9

36.7

39.7

39.0

43.7

43.9

607.1

614.3

626.0

634.3

642.0

626.1

638.3

642.9

684.9

677 2

708.9

753.1

670.4
707 1
423.5
506.5
35.2
471.2
3000

683.8
698.7
418.0
503.8
15.5
488.4
295.6

695.1
691 6
409.6
495.1
16.4
478.7
294.0

697.4
688.0
399.4
498.4
31.3
467.1
307.9

705.7
679 2
401.3
490.1
15.0
475.1
311.9

707.7
673 2
392.6
496.7
31.4
465,3
318 9

717.3
664 1
391.9
469.2
18.2
451.0
324 1

723.5
656 1
392 9
483.4
17 3
466.1
323 8

730.2
649 9
375.0
504.9
34 1
470,8
334 8

740 2
643 7
373 2
489.0
16 2
472.7
340 0

744.9
636 8
372.8
488.3
70
481.3
348 6

742,4
631 7
361.7
492.2
29 8
462 .4
339 5

3,253.6

3,254.8

3,251.3

3,267.4

3,275.8

3,255.5

3,244.6

3,262.1

3,323,3

3,304.9

3,348.4

3,370.5

242 4

243.2

243.8

246.1

249.1

253 3

255 9

2604

262 8

265 8

267 4

271 5

25

14. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks: Last Wednesday of month, 1992!—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks4
Billions of dollars
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Assets
2,695.1 2,697.0 2,707.3 2,703.6 2,699.4 2,693.9 2,684.5 2,704.5 2,736.8 2,732.7 2,754.0 2,751.9
40 Loans and securities
671.0
731.6
662.8
674.9
679.3
696.3
711.0
720,4
725.1
654.8
691.5
720.0
41 Investment securities
555 3
591.2
532 8
5696
579 7
584,0
5100
528 1
551 5
578.8
42
U S government securities
518 9
538 6
141 1
140.4
143.9
142.2
141.1
144.8
142.9
140.0
141.4
141,2
1408
140.7
43
Other . ,
39.3
37.0
41.3
34.8
37.8
37.9
36.9
37.0
39.6
43.0
44 Trading account assets
38.0
35.2
21 6
22.2
24.9
20.3
23 9
24 6
21 4
25 2
27 6
23 2
25.6
45
U S government securities
23 8
2.4
3.1
2.0
3.2
3.1
2.1
1.9
3.8
46
Other securities
1,8
1.8
1.7
1.6
11 4
11 H
12 5
11 3
124
11 6
120
13 7
12 6
47
Other trading account assets
12 3
11 3
13 0
2,002.3 1,996.4 1,996.9 1,990.8 1,983.3 1,967.2 1,951.1 1,956.6 1,976.7 1,971.4 1,985.8 1,985.4
48 Total loans
127.7
140.4
131.0
135.9
151.5
140.8
146.8
126.4
134.7
154.4
149.8
134.1
49
Interbank loans
1,847.9 1,844.9 1,847.2 1,850.0 1,836.4 1,833.1 1,824.8 1,828.8 1,842.0 1,840.4 1,845.4 1,849.5
50
Loans excluding interbank
454.8
442.6
456.5
457.3
445.6
437.6
439.4
440.6
51
Commercial and industrial . . . .
456,6
450.3
440.6
441.0
828.7
820.3
825.8
839.4
840.6
819.1
827.8
826.2
827.4
834.7
839.8
819.6
52
Real estate
71 9
72.2
73.5
73.4
53
Revolving home equity . .
700
705
709
71 4
73 0
73 5
70.3
69.9
750.4
756.4
767.2
749.0
757.3
755.6
761.7
766.2
749.3
754.3
765,9
54
Other
755.3
357 1
362 7
3590
357 7
357 6
356 4
367 0
359.8
358 1
356 9
362.6
55
Individual
357 6
209.8
203.7
199 5
204.8
204.7
205.7
56
All other
2065
208 ^
202 3
208,7
206.6
204.8
176.7
167,2
175.2
212.2
179.4
179.4
192.2
179.9
193.5
176.1
170.8
57 Total cash assets
169.9
58 Balances with Federal Reserve
23.0
21.9
22.5
23.3
28.0
27.9
23.8
28.7
26.8
269
229
25.6
Banks
29.7
30.8
31.3
36.2
30.7
30.8
32.2
31.2
31.1
31.1
31.6
59 Cash in vault
31.1
60 Demand balances at U.S. depository
27.8
34.8
27.9
28.4
28.1
27.1
31.9
27.0
27,8
28.8
institutions
27.9
31.8
84.7
68 9
91.6
75 7
82 0
61 Cash items
71 0
68 8
66 2
67.8
70.9
71 6
81 5
22.4
21.0
22.4
22.0
17.2
20,2
23.7
18.1
18.2
20.1
62 Other cash assets
19 8
18.5
172.1
176.9
152 3
167 6
1647
175 8
169 7
155 1
148 2
63 Other assets
163 4
163 6
170 2
64 Total assets
Liabilities
65 Total deposits
66 Transaction accounts
67
Demand, U.S. government
68
Demand, depository
institutions
69
Other demand and all checkable
deposits
70 Savings deposits (excluding
checkable)
71 Small time deposits
72 Time deposits over $100 000 . . . .
73 Borrowings
74 Treasury tax and loan notes . . .
75 Other
76 Other liabilities
, ..
77 Total liabilities
78 Residual (assets less liabilities)3

26



3,026.3 3,028.7

3,032.2

3,046.4

3,055.3 3,034.9

3,021.9

3,036.5 3,092.5

3,080.0

3,117.2

3,141.0

2,293.7
636 3
2.9

2,311.8
6567
2.5

2,316.4
667 2
4.5

2,324.6 2,289.8
677 8
655 9
3.3
2.3

2,296.7
668 2
2.8

2,296.6
673 1
2.7

2,319.2
708 7
2.5

2,353.6
746 6
4.3

2,381.4
7920
6.0

2,304.7
645 7
3.0

2,329.9
717 7
3.9

33.7

35,4

35.3

35 3

409

34.7

345

34.3

37,0

36.6

41.2

41.1

599.7

6074

618.9

627.3

634 5

617.9

6309

636.0

676.7

669.6

701.1

744.9

666.5
704 5
286.5
364.2
35 2
328.9
129 6

6799
6960
283 0
358.9
15 5
343.5
125 5

691.2
688 9
275.0
354.4
16.4
338.0
125 7

6934
685 4
2704
367.2
31 3
335.9
120 3

701 7
6767
268 5
360.3
15 0
345.3
124 8

703.3
6705
260 1
367.8
31 4
336.5
127 5

7127
661 5
2543
340.1
182
321.9
132 8

718.8
653 5
251 2
352.7
17 3
335.4
1304

725 4
647 3
2394
366.1
34 1
331.9
137 3

735.6
641 2
233.6
362.0
162
345,8
136 5

740.4
6344
232 2
362.1
70
355.1
137 4

738.2
629 3
221.8
363.0
29.8
333.2
128.3

2,789.1 2,791.9 2,803.9 2,809.7 2,785.2

2,769.6

2,779.7

249 7

252 3

256 8

2,787.4
238 8

2396

240 3

2426

245 6

2,833.3 2,817.7
259 2

262 3

2,853.1 2,872.7
264 1

268 3

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Jan. 1

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4 Investment account
.
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
.
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less
..
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities
16 Other trading account assets

125,316
227,895
17 474
210421
79,290

106,488
228,004
18 713
209,291
79,153

123,297
229 534
19612
209 922
78 951

123,087
231 069
20672
210 396
79,340

104,065
229 082
20 730
208 352
78 970

102,934
236 912
22 908
214004
80 437

103,049
235 638
22 751
212 887
80 730

25,754
54 322
51 056
56,410
2 002
54,408
22 932
3277
19,655
31 476
10683

26,039
55 820
48 279
55,370
1 270
54,100
22 673
3,161
19,512
31 426
12,306

26907
56 852
47 211
55 230
1 231
53 999
22 641
3 171
19470
31 358
11 532

26 544
57 528
46 984
55,190
1 217
53 973
22 689
3 241
19448
31 284
12 061

24 658
57 767
46 957
55 185
1 594
53 591
22 580
3 251
19 330
31 010
12 869

24 144
61 401
48 023
55,461
1 520
53 941
22 377
3 239
19 137
31 564
12 944

23 107
61 306
47 744
54 823
1 493
53 330
22 323
3 233
19 091
31 007
12 751

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases, 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
.
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases, net
Other assets

77 355
52,914
20,061
4380
1,017,433
294008
1,757
292 251
290,772
1 479
402,958
40984
361,974
188 122
46 311
20551
2086
23,674
12578
6,196
17 703
919
22 759
25 879
3,264
37 276
976,893
162 625

95 675
64,384
24,463
6 828
1 013,355
291 221
1,640
289 582
288,124
1 457
402,827
40972
361,855
187 588
45,427
20 335
1 856
23,236
13 867
6,021
17 540
1,001
22 066
25,796
3,219
37 203
972,933
151,799

107 976
73 712
28,690
5 574
1,012,877
291 123
1 615
289 508
288 036
1 472
402 383
41 094
361 289
186 770
45 533
21 132
2 088
22,313
14450
6,005
17 449
928
22 442
25 794
3,208
37 334
972,335
154 775

100762
70,875
24,247
5 640
1,010,118
290 326
1,609
288 717
287 237
1 480
401 558
41 145
360413
186 589
44642
20453
2 063
22,126
14 860
5,929
17 438
939
22040
25 798
3,198
37 283
969,637
150 264

95 189
65 505
23,847
5 837
1 008 400
289 593
1 596
287 997
286 554
1 443
401 934
41 166
360 768
186 539
45 341
21 238
1 932
22,172
14 183
5 840
17 350
898
20 959
25 762
\241
37 133
968,026
147 176

105 924
71,865
26,966
7 094
1,012,422
291 418
1,658
289 760
288,295
1 465
403 259
41 112
362 147
185 569
46 501
21 134
2 345
23,022
14 339
5,816
17 266
957
21 555
25,741
3,189
37 840
971,393
149 318

99 237
67 683
25,051
6 503
1,007,526
288 879
1 568
287 3 1 1
285 936
1 375
404 121
41 082
363 039
185 435
44 602
20 059
1 729
22,814
14 082
5,847
17 252
896
20 734
25,679
3,181
38 023
966,323
148 614

1,637,176

1,622,574

1,654,677

1,642,069

1,61)1,592

1,634,887

1,620,436

46 Deposits
47 Demand deposits
. ...
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U S government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries .
..
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers1 checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
. ...
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .

1,157,980
267 309
214 208
53 101
9,363
3 051
24,053
5,719
1 003
9 911
105,023
785,648
755 387
30,261
24,385
1 132
4421
322

1 134,798
237 773
192 940
44 832
8,113
1 754
19,801
5,294
532
9 339
106,020
791,005
759 829
31,176
25,044
1,493
4 319
319

1 157 767
262 372
206 996
55 376
8,174
4975
25,423
5,538
604
10 662
104,795
790600
759 588
31,012
24 967
1 507
4 241
296

1,129,537
245 419
193 430
51 989
8,545
2 439
23,412
5,813
694
11 087
101,460
782,657
751 900
30,757
24,796
1 507
4 169
285

1,109,832
230 374
lg;> 632
47 742
7,957
1 798
20,098
5 194
668
12 026
99,458
779 999
748 308
31,691
25 305
1 550
4557
280

1,130,200
239 881
192 234
47 647
8,599
2 339
20,934
4,954
940
9 883
104,610
785,709
753 471
32,238
25,881
1 603
4 474
280

1,121,279
233 832
188 712
45,120
7,649
1 757
20,586
4490
542
10 095
101,469
785,978
753 166
32,812
26,557
1 584
4 394
277

64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
. ..
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . .

259 877
0
25,798
234 079
102,196

270 351
4,583
16,173
249,595
99,628

278 450
0
16,867
261 583
100,363

292 690
670
29,462
262 558
100,659

279 715
0
29,817
249 898
101,977

283 783
365
20,152
263 266
101,088

280 261
0
19,704
260 557
98,542

1,520,053

1,504,777

1,536,580

1,522,886

1,491,523

1,515,071

1,500,083

117 122

1 17 796

118 097

119 183

120 068

119 816

120 354

1,319,990
164 251
1,247
701
546
23,822
-5 721

1,322,304
162 626
1 233
695
538
23 829
-8 041

1,317,871
161 170
1,230
697
534
23,685
-3 578

1,313,982
160 275
1,224
685
538
23 409
1 274

1,330,665
160 927
1,219
684
535
23,544
162

1,322,234
160 699
1,21Z
674
537
23,195
-2,112

Account

Feb. 12

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 Total assets
LIABILITIES

69 Total liabilities
70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
...
Other . . . .
10
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents
Net due to related institutions abroad




1,316,310
163 316
1,232
680
553
24 290
-2 898

27

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Feb. 19

Account

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

Mar. 11

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

ASSETS
126,721
236,191
23,582
212,608
79,699

105,953
234,169
21,861
212,308
80,000

111,597
239,697
22,213
217,483
81,666

106,470
239,516
20,824
218,691
81,545

107,886
238,298
21,764
216,534
80,633

104,108
239,239
23,306
215,932
80,785

135,146
241,057
20,615
220,441
81,841

23,886
61,212
47,812
54,472
1,411
53,060
22,291
3,325
18,966
30,769
13,268

23,663
61,628
47,018
54,499
1,467
53,032
22,306
3,331
18,975
30,725
12,186

24,522
63,081
48,214
54,755
1,588
53,166
22,155
3,325
18,830
31,011
12,098

25,428
63,456
48,263
54,315
1,515
52,800
22,152
3,361
18,790
30,649
11,993

25,724
62,733
47,444
54,054
1,601
52,453
22,116
3,338
18,779
30,337
11,940

26,088
62,575
46,485
54,589
1,993
52,596
22,064
3,322
18,742
30,532
11,471

26,927
60,861
50,812
54,811
1,64B
53,163
21,900
3,301
18,599
31,263
10,717

102,628
71,109
25,699
5,820
1,007,549
290,286
1,804
288,482
286,950
1,531
401,889
41,042
360,847
184,396
44,572
20,466
1,593
22,513
13,834
5,852
17,328
985
22,679
25,729
3,178
37,992
966,379
145,695

93,584
61,437
26,219
5,927
1,002,025
289,729
1,751
287,977
286,491
1,487
400,488
40,988
359,499
183,920
43,671
20,038
1,596
22,037
13,441
5,754
17,227
885
21,189
25,721
3,160
37,885
960,980
144,131

106,884
69,723
30,993
6,168
1,006,083
291,553
1,751
289,802
288,484
1,317
401,709
40,912
360,797
182,699
43,858
18,812
1,819
23,226
15,028
5,785
17,180
855
21,709
25,706
3,085
38,551
964,447
147,295

94,445
60,067
27,606
6,772
1,003,436
290,091
1,750
288,341
287,092
1,250
402,872
40,841
362,031
182,045
44,116
19,583
1,490
23,044
13,279
5,784
17,103
861
21,593
25,690
3,059
38,587
961,791
145,545

98,120
63,774
28,587
5,759
1,003,248
290,628
1,631
288,997
287,769
1,227
401,717
40,811
360,906
182,033
44,449
19,940
1,710
22,799
13,800
5,764
17,105
915
21,203
25,636
3,040
38,444
961,765
145,650

93,888
60,102
28,536
5,250
1,002,307
289,942
1,475
288,467
287,202
1,265
400,438
40,795
359,643
182,132
44,881
20,158
2,020
22,704
14,316
5,764
17,070
852
21,292
25,620
3,030
38,169
961,108
139,627

96,426
65,371
25,684
5,370
1,009,208
291,186
1,376
289,810
288,524
1,286
403,206
40,963
362,243
180,719
45,030
19,444
2,065
23,521
15,877
5,797
17,016
912
23,837
25,629
2,991
37,552
968,665
150,056

1,645,354

1,605,501

1,636,773

1,614,075

1,617,713

1,604,029

1,656,877

46 Deposits
47 Demand deposits
..
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
..
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U.S. government
..
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
..
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
....
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S. government
..
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .

1,134,120
249,749
196,798
52,951
8,192
1,653
25,619
5,133
573
11,781
102,112
782,259
749,304
32,956
26,440
1,619
4,620
211

1,112,616
233,163
184,652
48,510
8,026
1,771
22,083
4,661
622
11,348
100,503
778,951
746,322
32,628
26,387
1,611
4,358
272

1,139,885
249,303
198,898
50,405
7,780
2,149
22,341
4,648
524
12,963
106,718
783,864
751,146
32,718
26,353
1,781
4,305
279

1,127,537
240,637
192,682
47,955
7,182
1,803
21,645
4,492
958
11,874
103,847
783,053
750,423
32,630
26,368
1,804
4,168
290

1,116,969
237,115
191,249
45,866
7,645
1,671
20,922
4,837
524
10,266
103,223
776,631
745,252
31,379
25,839
1,808
3,437
296

1,114,216
236,938
188,976
47,962
8,059
1,534
20,999
5,421
643
11,307
102,384
774,894
744,053
30,841
25,430
1,828
3,274
309

1,164,372
276,148
216,901
59,247
8,602
3,864
28,578
5,486
747
1 1 ,969
106,996
781,228
750,954
30,274
25,088
1,971
2,892
323

64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
. ..
65
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
....
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . .

294,490
0
14,696
279,794
96,230

274,558
0
12,600
261,958
97,839

282,794
0
14,545
268,249
93,302

269,907
0
10,049
259,858
95,865

285,000
350
20,446
264,205
94,770

270,762
0
13,125
257,637
98,014

275,156
551
4,543
270,062
95,985

1,524,839

:i,485,014

1,515,981

1,493,310

1,496,740

1,482,992

1,535,513

120,514

120,487

120,791

120,766

120,973

121,037

121,364

1,322,532
158,380
1,214
681
533
23,165
-756

11,314,986
158,284
1,220
683
537
23,136
3,231

1,330,982
158,915
1,221
690
531
23,225
-3,418

1,324,056
156,814
1,223
692
530
23,247
- 1 ,922

1,321,947
153,647
1,219
692
527
23,173
-2,002

1,321,233
152,370
1,207
679
528
23,186
4,117

1,327,404
151,198
1,205
676
529
22,911
-2,281

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4
Investment account
....
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less .
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less .
14
More than 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

Federal funds sold2 . . . .
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases, 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases, net
Other assets

....

..

....

....

45 Total assets
LIABILITIES

69 Total liabilities

...

70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

7

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross adjusted plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates^
Commercial and industrial
.
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad . .

28



15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

j

May 6

May 13

May 20

ASSETS

17
18
19
20
2t
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases net
Other assets

99,094
241,797
22,342
219,455
82,445
...
.

...

..

,.
..

45 Total assets

131,186
242,783
23,697
219,086
81,647

100,507
239,398
21,651
217,747
81,551

107,008
236,879
22,231
214,648
80,992

100,852
243,178
23,459
219,718
81,504

101,373
243,900
22,510
221,390
81,024

98,318
240,719
21,944
218,775
80,365

27,419
59,250
50,340
55,029
1,327
53,702
21,901
3,318
18,583
31,801
11,952

28,426
59,125
49,887
55,251
1,387
53,864
21,870
3,328
18,542
31,994
12,106

26,855
60,081
49,261
55,239
1,738
53,501
21,825
3,281
18,545
31,676
11,951

25,730
59,734
48,192
54,748
1,899
52,849
21,860
3,305
18,555
30,989
11,082

25,447
61,113
51,654
54,678
1,980
52,698
21,710
3,250
18,460
30,988
11,725

25,700
63,133
51,533
54,415
1,850
52,565
21,691
3,252
18,439
30,874
11,447

24,493
63,118
50,799
54,153
1,838
52,314
21,705
3,254
18,451
30,610
11,803

96,068
65,612
25,873
4,583
999,009
288,733
1,399
287,334
286,058
1,276
403,621
40,834
362,786
179,887
43,513
18,926
1,925
22,662
13,100
5,811
16,939
928
20,888
25,589
2,977
37,589
958,442
150,325

117,449
75,698
35,961
5,790
1,004,393
289,546
1,487
288,059
286,737
1,322
403,376
41,001
362,375
179,846
42,799
18,671
1,841
22,287
17,380
5,831
16,885
886
22,308
25,537
2,984
37,827
963,582
150,660

98,444
58,977
35,087
4,381
996,471
287,959
1,405
286,554
285,182
1,372
401,815
41,110
360,705
180,420
42,273
18,901
1,770
21,602
14,008
5,856
16,789
857
21,760
24,735
2,973
37,068
956,430
148,713

92,796
58,423
29,144
5,228
999,414
287,823
1,438
286,385
284,964
1,420
403,742
41,269
362,473
180,803
43,152
18,907
2,167
22,078
14,131
5,878
16,801
873
21,551
24,662
2,978
37,108
959,329
152,385

88,400
57,411
26,817
4,172
997,950
288,931
1,776
287,155
285,651
1,503
404,908
41,470
363,439
178,058
43,029
18,487
1,951
22,592
14,098
5,833
16,700
882
20,911
24,598
2,854
37,835
957,,261
155,037

84,231
56,066
24,217
3,948
997,534
287,314
1,699
285,616
284,355
1,260
405,763
41,522
364,241
178,028
41,972
18,299
1,720
21,952
14,629
5,874
16,658
1,131
21,539
24,626
2,856
37,879
956,799
156,717

84,956
55,683
25,688
3,586
993,926
285,706
1,625
284,081
282,729
1,352
403,497
41,500
361,998
177,827
42,787
19,264
2,036
21,487
14,460
5,867
16,620
855
21,643
24,663
2,844
37,873
953,209
151,576

1,612,707

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4 Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities1
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities . .
16 Other trading account assets

1,673,018

1,610,681

1,614,226

1,611,130

1,608,881

1,594,733

1,134,841
240,846
195,736
45,110
7,480
1,846
20,722
4,850
574
9,637
107,817
786,178
755,421
30,757
25,253
2,130
3,055
319

1,180,334
286,351
216,586
69,765
8,305
14,511
29,049
5,553
703
11,644
111,621
782,362
751,091
31,271
25,038
2,157
3,759
317

1,115,902
237,263
189,138
48,125
8,656
3,624
20,305
4,885
629
10,027
105,859
772,779
741,499
31,280
25,098
2,177
3,685
321

1,116,292
244,257
194,109
50,148
8,149
3,429
21,618
5,114
600
11,238
101,435
770,600
739,374
31,227
25,143
2,118
3,649
317

1,121,566
241,045
195,503
45,542
8,440
1,467
21,162
4,904
484
9,085
104,912
775,609
743,641
31,968
25,843
2,187
3,621
316

1,116,729
239,047
194,899
44,149
7,453
1,201
20,211
4,851
890
9,543
102,361
775,321
743,198
32,124
25,955
2,200
3,659
310

1,109,042
238,023
191,473
46,551
7,928
1,733
21,552
4,940
568
9,829
102,008
769,011
736,940
32,071
25,976
2,206
3,574
315

259,830
0
2,897
256,933
95,971

276,098
0
4,105
271,993
94,796

277,565
0
24,417
253,148
92,785

281,743
0
28,067
253,676
92,474

268,898
0
11,175
257,724
96,442

269,639
650
13,032
255,957
97,608

264,935
0
11,015
253,920
96,203

1,490,643

1,551,228

1,486,251

1,490,510

1,486,905

1,483,977

1,470,180

122,065

121,790

124,430

123,716

124,224

124,903

124,554

1,319,317
153,775
1,197
683
514
22,645
-5,993

1,337,614
152,466
1,204
683
522
22,875
-6,241

1,323,625
150,711
1,191
684
508
22,872
-3,764

1,317,590
150,145
1,209
691
519
22,912
-6,969

1,320,033
151,500
1,195
682
514
22,883
-7,033

1,317,161
150,297
1,184
673
512
22,905
-5,175

1,310,609
149,188
1,183
675
509
23,026
-2,890

LIABILITIES
46 Deposits
*
••
47 Demand deposits
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
..
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U S government
..
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
..
55
Certified and officers* checks
4
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
57 Nontransaction balances
.58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
.
...
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6 .
.
. .
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) .
69 Total liabilities
70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross adjusted plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
Other .
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad




29

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

June 3 |

May 27

June 17 |

June 10

June 24

July 1

JulyS

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

Federal funds sold2
....
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
.
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income . . . . .
Loan and lease reserve3 ,
Other loans and leases, net
Other assets
......

..

...

45 Total assets

104945
246 936
20,933
226,003
81,978

100,054
247 921
20,316
227,605
81,825

99,814
246 322
19,542
226,780
81,244

101,968
245 962
19,106
226,856
81,306

138,676
247,054
16,840
230,214
81,065

100,715
248,208
17,597
230,612
81,162

24,435
62 746
49,936
53 632
1,643
51 989
21,719
3 248
18,471
30 271
11,059

......

1 15,458
239 102
20,839
218,264
81,147

24,307
65 190
54,527
53 458
1,631
51 827
21,470
3 193
18,277
30 357
11,632

24,736
66,882
54,162
53 269
1,389
51 880
21,446
3 196
18,250
30434
12,590

25,306
66,398
53,833
53 122
1,549
51 573
21,421
3 187
18,234
30 153
12,594

25,270
66 252
54,028
53 006
1,742
51 263
21,452
3 193
18,259
29 812
11,715

25,8%
67,083
56,170
53 846
1,882
51 965
21,173
3 181
17,992
30791
1 1 ,698

25,203
67,410
56,837
53,220
1,690
51,531
21,054
3,192
17,862
30477
12,067

86,352
59 097
23,386
3 869
992,280
284 566
1,635
282 931
281,567
1 364
401,437
41 540
359,897
177 921
43,498
20257
1,999
21,242
14022
5,908
16954
967
22,274
24 734
2,833
37 839
951,609
154,166

95 263
62 841
26,594
5 828
987,885
284603
1,661
282 942
281,605
1 337
401,539
41 239
360,299
177 811
40,678
16432
1,967
22 278
13 582
5,978
16 506
21 571
24664
2792
38 194
946,900
155 232

97,346
62,019
30,558
4770
984,972
281 981
1,572
280409
279,117
1 292
402,693
41 444
361,249
177 799
40,377
16 676
1,781
21,919
12 993
5,994
16432
994
21,101
24608
2,787
38 333
943,852
155 553

98,188
60431
31,636
6 121
986,837
282 253
1,557
280 696
279,411
1 285
401,419
41 531
359,887
178 361
40,337
16 817
1,967
21,553
15 156
6,015
16 388
950
21 332
24626
2,786
38 256
945,795
157 528

89,726
59 192
25,391
5 143
978,652
280 534
1,495
279 039
277,807
1 231
399,864
41 848
358,016
178 640
36,228
13 475
2,202
20,551
14 194
6,008
16 306
911
21 383
24 585
2 780
37 986
937,886
161 450

98,680
63 468
29,540
5 672
986,710
282 601
1,426
281 175
279,362
I 812
400,092
41 682
358,410
177 236
40,759
15 903
2,902
21 954
15 221
6,088
16 122
1 032
23 371
24 189
2711
37 237
946,761
169 969

90,390
60034
25,578
4 777
979,061
279 310
1,622
277 689
276,136
1 552
400,112
41 674
358,438
176 810
40,203
15 553
2,647
22,003
14 190
6,110
15 892
1 408
20980
24046
2 706
37 437
938,918
159 216

1,611,378

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
....
4 Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
....
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
...
....
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
.
....
1 1 Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than one year . .
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities
16 Other trading account assets . .

1,614,365

1,610,584

1,613,363

1,601,713

1,666,684

1,602,735

1 117 140
247 925
194 842
53,083
8059
1 399
25 343
5 824

1 125 188
246681
199 224
47 457
7 793
2040
22 184
5 249

1 118 811
241,455
196 827
44,628
7 569
2027
20453
4 911

646

1 094 926
235 905
1 87 226
48 679
8 985
2 162
21 222
5 128

571
11 887
101,771
767 445
735 896
31 549
25,489
2204
3 538
318

9 544
107 151
771 356
739 729
31 626
25 661
2 175
3 475
316

760
8907
105,251
772 105
740 793
31 312
25,347
2 148
3 475
342

1 116743
247 003
196 364
50 640
8 327
4028
21 425
5 387
755
10718
104 655
765 085
735 765
29 320
24,217
2 210
2 576
317

1 159 075
294 702
229 895
64 807
8 818
4 085
32 102
6679
696
12 427
105,501
758 873
730 967
27 906
23 335
2 198
2099
273

1 113 318
243 691
198 467
45 225
7 376
1 526
20460
5 864
1 166
8 832
105 424
764 203
737 121
27 083
22 471
2 120
2 220
272

272 549

o

266936

o

270442

274 440

280 566

11,931
260618
97,201

10 544
256 391
96,674

259 733
1 661
6 241
251 831
101,247

1,486,890
124,487
1,303,072
149,047
1 180
675
505
23 319
-4989

954

LIABILITIES
46 Deposits
47 Demand deposits
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
...
51
U S government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S. government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
, ...
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
...
...
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . .
69 Total liabilities
70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad

30



575
10608
100 711
758 310
729 718
28 591
23 694
2 212
2 368
317

65

0

6034
264408
95,839

27 038
247 337
96,073

26 904
253 662
99,830

276 686
100
18 311
258 275
102,250

1,488,798

1,485,092

1,487,256

1,475,322

1,538,011

1,474,299

125 568

125,492

126 107

126 390

128 673

128 436

1,315 901
149048
1 170

1,317,403
148044
1 172
673
499
24401
-6012

1 319 815
144 494
1 173

1 306 394
142 916
1 159

673
500
24559

676
483

1,318 617
138 988
1 094
623
471
24 354
-10 806

1,307 360
141 909
1 109
638
471
24 600
-4 880

674
496
23 639
-4 513

o

- 10 556

24 919
-9423

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
July 15

Account

I

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

ASSETS
116,573
248,981
18,608
230,373
80,901

102,920
248,123
18,505
229,619
80,463

99,606
248,150
19,003
229,146
80,104

109,934
257,712
20,126
237,586
80,653

97,850
258,524
20,503
238,021
80,333

96,857
262,071
22,337
239,734
79,921

96,850
259,913
19,588
240,325
79,393

24,434
68,310
56,727
53,951
1,577
52,374
21,279
3,446
17,833
31,095
12,172

24,466
68,807
55,882
54,317
1,528
52,789
21,473
3,665
17,807
31,317
11,764

24,696
69,553
54,793
54,183
1,548
52,635
21,715
3,890
17,825
30,920
13,444

25,075
73,709
58,150
54,471
1,537
52,934
21,718
4,007
17,711
31,216
11,567

25,303
74,154
58,232
54,511
1,425
53,086
21,517
3,838
17,679
31,570
11,429

24,866
76,394
58,553
55,626
2,145
53,481
21,566
3,919
17,647
31,915
11,807

24,924
77,740
58,268
55,383
2,087
53,296
21,658
4,007
17,650
31,638
12,217

88,157
59,867
24,018
4,271
976,167
279,714
1,720
277,994
276,277
1,716
398,505
41,848
356,657
177,049
37,529
14,046
2,410
21,073
13,643
6,151
15,851
899
22,528
24,298
2,696
37,578
935,893
160,013

83,692
55,765
23,508
4,418
970,879
277,756
1,666
276,090
274,419
1,671
397,627
41,884
355,743
176,876
37,367
13,784
3,031
20,553
13,391
6,171
15,729
921
20,911
24,129
2,663
37,510
930,706
157,741

78,941
52,218
22,856
3,867
971,197
276,648
1,677
274,971
273,369
1,602
398,129
41,976
356,153
177,364
36,256
13,326
2,289
20,641
14,642
6,219
15,719
948
21,110
24,160
2,652
37,413
931,133
157,104

84,964
58,907
21,892
4,164
973,404
278,293
1,744
276,549
274,872
1,677
398,823
42,028
356,795
175,998
38,034
14,127
2,532
21,375
13,756
6,226
15,636
874
21,514
24,250
2,621
37,901
932,882
161,094

82,146
55,027
22,676
4,443
971,564
277,347
1,698
275,650
273,955
1,694
398,430
42,128
356,302
176,399
37,375
14,283
1,943
21,149
14,561
6,367
15,579
1,055
20,303
24,147
2,637
38,069
930,857
162,315

84,172
56,782
22,295
5,095
967,990
276,920
1,613
275,307
273,741
1,566
395,854
42,193
353,662
177,175
36,506
13,719
2,046
20,741
13,750
6,447
15,556
947
20,646
24,187
2,639
38,093
927,257
159,678

80,060
49,992
24,932
5,135
968,196
275,119
1,759
273,360
271,845
1,515
396,253
42,225
354,028
177,097
35,746
13,619
1,675
20,452
15,760
6,383
15,605
891
21,154
24,187
2,653
37,989
927,555
157,029

1,615,741

1,589,264

1,582,560

1,612,625

1,597,633

1,597,468

1,589,007

46 Deposits . .
47
Demand deposits
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U S government
..
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56
Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
. .
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .

1,133,371
266,398
212,882
53,516
7,380
3,553
26,732
5,067
651
10,132
104,323
762,651
735,319
27,332
22,350
2,104
2,609
269

1,096,941
236,815
190,842
45,973
8,076
1,408
20,659
5,642
642
9,546
102,970
757,155
729,624
27,532
22,425
2,095
2,742
270

1,096,449
240,176
193,783
46,393
7,749
1,806
20,724
5,244
593
10,276
102,244
754,029
726,621
27,408
22,389
2,116
2,637
266

1,116,005
249,995
201,657
48,338
8,188
2,212
21,593
5,359
646
10,340
107,783
758,228
730,546
27,682
22,681
2,110
2,627
265

1,108,964
247,003
202,249
44,754
7,527
1,729
20,571
4,792
528
9,606
105,198
756,763
728,810
27,953
22,831
2,178
2,675
269

1,098,223
241,083
195,243
45,840
8,002
1,773
21,492
4,812
710
9,051
104,649
752,490
724,584
27,906
22,813
2,166
2,618
309

1,092,560
239,873
192,842
47,031
7,802
1,726
20,558
4,802
677
11,466
103,431
749,256
721,287
27,970
22,807
2,208
2,646
309

64 Liabilities for borrowed money^
65
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . .

252,420
0
6,219
246,201
101,048

264,125
0
12,620
251,504
98,975

252,461
0
14,740
237,721
104,541

266,790
0
11,503
255,287
99,842

258,917
0
14,803
244,114
99,139

267,526
30
14,305
253,191
100,986

263,826
0
13,921
249,905
101,410

1,486,840

1,460,041

1,453,452

1,482,638

1,467,020

1,466,735

1,457,796

128,901

129,223

129,108

129,987

130,613

130,733

131,211

1,305,515
140,278
1,111
643
468
24,843
-8,991

1,299,227
139,484
1,096
631
465
24,914
-8,295

1,300,370
138,289
1,098
633
465
25,036
-4,218

1,309,083
138,599
1,102
638
464
24,848
-9,784

1,308,864
13$,281
1,104
639
465
24,744
-11,052

1,311,165
136,844
1,081
618
463
24,476
-9,528

1,312,158
135,921
1,090
613
476
24,371
-8,009

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S Treasury and government securities
3
Trading account
.
.
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
...
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
.
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than 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

*,

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases net
Other assets

45 Total assets
LIABILITIES

69 Total liabilities
70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross adjusted plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
Other . . .
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad




. .

31

15* Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

1 10,562
265,584
21,295
244,289
80,110

115,398
265,432
20,464
244,967
79,979

112,255
262,209
20,778
241,431
78,564

101,164
259,500
19,105
240,395
78,277

105,121
267,414
20,456
246,958
79,165

97,574
266,176
20,593
245,583
78,910

129,847
266,063
20,901
245,162
78,787

25,642
77,210
61,326
55,394
2,291
53,102
21,592
4,009
17,583
31,510
12,506

26,576
77,478
60,934
55,085
2,376
52,709
20,973
3,375
17,598
31,736
12,208

26,666
76,547
59,653
55,004
2,299
52,705
21,017
3,397
17,620
31,688
11,445

26,554
75,939
59,625
55,046
2,384
52,662
21,048
3,432
17,615
31,614
11,459

26,847
77,424
63,521
55,667
2,751
52,916
20,974
3,408
17,566
31,942
11,036

26,995
77,090
62,587
56,444
3,139
53,305
20,848
3,374
17,474
32S457
11,940

26,991
79,452
59,932
56,463
3,354
53,108
20,747
3,252
17,495
32,362
12,195

89,941
59,855
24,412
5,674
972,764
276,971
1,680
275,291
273,121
2,169
397,564
42,173
355,391
177,148
37,299
13,436
1,943
21,920
15,109
6,324
15,582
920
21,631
24,218
2,662
37,797
932,305
164,179

80,429
52,407
22,565
5,457
970,752
275,110
1,565
273,545
271,583
1,962
398,802
42,155
356,647
176,772
38,302
13,804
2,536
21,962
13,964
6,274
15,527
840
21,015
24,146
2,700
38,049
930,003
160,148

97,332
65,874
25,371
6,087
976,069
277,706
1,582
276,125
274,228
1,897
397,905
42,248
355,658
177,683
36,894
12,557
2,522
21,816
17,424
6,260
15,538
949
21,551
24,158
2,696
38,022
935,351
162,366

78,322
48,514
23,917
5,892
970,329
276,374
1,625
274,749
272,768
1,981
396,587
42,262
354,325
178,008
36,591
12,777
2,350
21,464
14,107
6,206
15,600
861
21,824
24,172
2,689
37,761
929,879
160,186

83,739
56,157
24,064
3,518
976,383
278,224
1,588
276,636
274,770
1,866
396,820
42,538
354,282
176,725
38,364
13,359
2,989
22,015
15,244
6,261
15,637
901
23,927
24,281
2,668
36,724
936,990
163,810

87,348
55,044
26,651
5,653
973,753
277,746
1,578
276,168
274,453
1,716
399,425
43,067
356,359
175,903
37,392
13,409
2,031
21,952
14,591
6,193
15,409
923
21,828
24,344
2,693
36,940
934,120
158,909

89,170
59,385
24,323
5,462
977,523
278,054
1,770
276,285
274,312
1,973
398,722
43,092
355,630
175,973
38,181
13,702
2,272
22,207
17,358
6,195
15,282
861
22,606
24,292
2,685
36,951
937,887
161,684

1,630,471

1,618,702

1,635,%1

1,595,556

1,623,779

1,612,512

1,653,309

46 Deposits . .
47 Demand deposits
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
..
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U S government
. ..
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
...
54
Foreign governments1and official institutions
55
Certified and officers checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .

1,120,773
260,551
210,894
49,657
8,548
2,079
23,129
4,935
725
10,242
107,543
752,679
724,871
27,808
22,641
2,178
2,687
302

1,125,294
262,569
210,175
52,394
8,010
2,464
24,213
6,084
781
10,842
107,981
754,744
727,018
27,726
22,683
2,165
2,579
299

1,128,302
267,269
213,326
53,943
8,692
5,254
23,215
5,168
979
10,636
107,748
753,285
726,488
26,797
22,543
2,152
1,803
299

1,092,921
245,230
195,765
49,465
8,246
2,231
21,049
5,418
780
11,740
102,969
744,722
718,061
26,660
22,332
2,168
1,857
304

1,111,348
265,655
215,184
50,471
8,518
2,316
21,910
6,528
934
10,264
106,733
738,959
713,300
25,660
21,738
1,786
1,832
304

1,116,084
254,232
208,822
45,411
7,781
1,520
21,390
5,210
652
8,857
108,737
753,115
726,735
26,380
22,133
2,135
1,809
303

1,139,363
279,300
226,075
53,225
8,208
1,808
26,727
5,423
576
10,483
107,208
752,855
726,163
26,691
22,366
2,138
1,883
304

64 Liabilities for borrowed money5 . . . .
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . .

277,752
0
21,601
256,151
100,954

260,532
0
8,126
252,406
101,188

278,776
1,350
27,248
250,178
97,365

270,175
0
29,180
240,996
100,170

272,984
380
28,973
243,631
105,988

260,853
0
15,213
245,640
101,735

278,768
166
11,441
267,161
100,941

1,499,479

1,487,014

1,504,443

1,463,267

1,490,320

1,478,671

1,519,071

130,992

131,688

131,519

132,289

133,459

133,841

134,238

1,322,897
135,280
1,067
587
480
24,547
-14,113

1,317,694
135,159
1,074
592
482
24,551
- 10,009

1,323,628
133,619
1,139
596
543
24,674
-13,873

1,313,365
131,898
1,130
585
546
24,747
- 10,538

1,324,723
126,501
1,056
515
541
24,834
-11,746

1,327,208
131,101
1,060
516
544
24,815
-11,824

1,328,327
130,302
1,034
492
542
24,683
-14,875

Account

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
..
4 Investment account
1
5
Mortgage-backed securities
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One year through five years .
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions, by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than 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

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers .
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS* Unearned income
.
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases net
Other assets .

....
. .•

....

. ..
...

....
..
. ..
. ..

.

...

45 Total assets .
LIABILITIES

69 Total liabilities
70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases gross adjusted plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad

32



15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Oct. 21

Account

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4 Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities1
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account
12
State and political subdivisions by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than 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

107,824
270,532
22,680
247,852
81,129

114,520
271,398
23,080
248,318
81,046

104,602
273,187
25,988
247,199
79,696

113,865
272,174
25,060
247,114
82,379

26,832
78,549
59,269
56,307
3,227
53,079
20,751
3,251
17,500
32,328
11,814

27,793
77,688
58,612
56,097
3,527
52,570
20,742
3,249
17,493
31,828
12,395

27,928
77,011
61,784
56,406
3,311
53,095
20,622
3,217
17,405
32,473
13,045

28,404
77,467
61,400
56,215
3,237
52,978
20,609
3,214
17,395
32,368
12,514

29,289
77,991
60,223
56,030
3,035
52,996
20,601
3,211
17,390
32,395
13,434

29,684
76,052
58,999
55,737
2,666
53,072
20,575
3,220
17,354
32,497
12,197

78,115
48,823
24,679
4,613
972,441
277,042
1,871
275,171
273,240
1,930
397,274
43,028
354,246
176,948
37,321
12,974
2,721
21,625
15,666
6,151
15,216
853
21,684
24,285
2,686
37,022
932,733
157,448

80,157
51,929
23,394
4,833
975,257
277,279
1,881
275,397
273,669
1,728
398,933
43,032
355,900
176,906
37,744
13,493
2,384
21,867
16,228
6,120
15,148
836
21,845
24,217
2,685
37,058
935,513
159,561

81,971
54,181
22,699
5,091
979,152
279,329
2,133
277,196
275,426
1,771
400,422
42,980
357,442
176,711
39,400
14,194
1,976
23,229
14,492
6,115
15,069
1,426
21,910
24,278
2,647
37,424
939,080
165,669

84,924
56,941
22,805
5,179
978,540
278,585
2,315
276,270
274,597
1,673
402,193
43,149
359,044
175,911
39,219
14,510
1,927
22,782
14,818
6,014
15,069
1,337
21,166
24,229
2,638
37,474
938,428
165,099

79,884
49,497
25,468
4,919
976,784
278,808
2,335
276,473
274,823
1,650
400,072
43,124
356,949
176,392
39,414
15,100
1,758
22,556
14,056
5,955
14,999
1,397
21,511
24,180
2,363
37,532
936,890
159,592

82,033
53,834
23,919
4,281
981,325
280,477
2,633
277,844
276,092
1,751
399,072
43,067
356,004
176,757
39,959
14,883
2,459
22,617
16,323
5,900
14,999
1,326
22,354
24,160
2,329
37,426
941,570
159,374

1,613,382

1,634,528

1,643,099

1,623,620

1,636,951

1,100,247
249,885
203,126
46,759
8,320
1,439
22,030
4,825
671
9,473
106,711
743,651
717,018
26,633
22,274
2,141
1,903
314

1,102,561
255,439
206,628
48,811
8,245
1,471
22,581
5,488
699
10,328
110,496
736,625
710,118
26,507
22,181
2,140
1,868
318

1,123,988
264,292
214,938
49,354
9,032
2,070
22,802
5,144
882
9,424
116,099
743,596
716,660
26,937
22,226
2,365
2,036
310

1,126,347
268,248
219,411
48,837
8,406
1,471
24,535
5,127
718
8,580
114,678
743,421
716,541
26,881,
22,126
2,373
2,069
312

1,109,473
260,868
212,091
48,777
8,481
1,703
22,132
5,000
698
10,763
113,423
735,182
708,209
26,973
22,269
2,395
1,993
316

1,123,858
275,787
221,738
54,049
9,867
2,677
25,769
5,714
682
9,339
113,725
734,346
707,524
26,823
22,055
2,364
2,088
316

267,463
0
12,341
255,122
100,557

271,373
0
13,196
258,177
105,705

271,490
0
6,607
264,883
104,194

278,816
0
15,770
263,046
102,634

272,562
125
5,187
267,250
106,483

271,643
783
5,153
265,707
107,228

1,468,267

45 Total assets

102,779
266,880
22,202
244,678
80,585

1,602,548

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
.
Lease- financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income . . 5
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases, net
Other assets

99,153
266,979
22,372
244,607
79,957

1,479,639

1,499,671

1,507,797

1,488,519

1,502,730

134,281

133,744

134,857

135,302

135,102

134,221

1,323,858
126,954
1,031
490
541
24,945
- 14,043

1,325,363
121,524
1,023
484
539
25,033
- 10,438

1,332,731
123,005
1,061
476
585
24,887
- 16,407

1,332,140
121,893
1,060
477
583
24,919
- 15,064

1,334,724
121,532
1,040
476
563
24,670
- 14,659

1,334,751
121,719
1,014
465
549
25,001
- 1 1 ,820

LIABILITIES
46 Deposits . . .
47 Demand deposits
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U S government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers* checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
. . . .
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . . . .
69 Total liabilities

.
7

70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad
. . .




33

15* Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1992—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Adjustment
bank"

Dec. 30

Dec. 23

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

117,222
276 786
25,006
251,780
82,246

104,315
273,052
22,307
250,745
82,022

116,290
269,717
21,564
248,153
80,854

126,937
265,790
18,676
247,114
80,518

12
State and political subdivisions by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
More than one year
...
15
Other bonds corporate stocks, and securities
16 Other trading account assets
.,

29,718
77 345
62,472
55,844
2,594
53,250
20474
3,214
17 260
32,776
11 603

30,531
75,653
62,539
55,810
2,595
53,215
20,486
3,274
17,212
32,730
10,857

29,702
75,612
61,985
55,905
2,684
53,221
20,460
3,269
17,191
32,761
10,349

29,922
75,804
60,870
56,423
3,131
53,291
20,448
3,264
17,184
32,844
10,887

31,017
74,835
61,837
56,073
2,889
53,184
20,398
3,258
17,139
32,787
1 1 ,279

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers .
To others3
Other loans and leases 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 financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank financial institutions ,
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
.,.
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
...
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases, net
Other assets

86452
55 787
25 152
5,513
981 950
279 986
2447
277,540
275 687
1,852
399 755
43,012
356 742
177,426
40650
15 117
2 517
23,016
13 556
5,845
14 818
1,447
24 310
24,157
2 293
37 495
942,161
161 224

89,169
57 246
26,261
5,661
979,721
276 828
2,500
274,328
272,504
1,823
401,747
43,058
358,689
177,874
38 855
14,681
2 245
21,930
15,944
5,794
14,737
1,299
22,528
24,114
2,259
37 688
939,773
164994

91,983
63 013
23,932
5,037
984,473
278 248
2,440
275,808
274,024
1,784
401,794
43,020
358,774
180,279
37 581
13,586
2424
21,571
15 205
5,887
14688
1,421
25 247
24,124
2,286
37 641
944,547
167 454

79,003
54 704
19,412
4,888
984,173
277 113
2,227
274,886
273,203
1,683
399 331
42,777
356 554
181,976
37 471
13,546
2 381
21,544
16938
5,805
14676
1,342
25 371
24,149
2 289
37 328
944,555
163 158

80,050
54 569
20,781
4,701
986,266
277 950
2,047
275,902
274,280
1,623
399,142
42,793
356,348
182,614
38 607
14,147
2 158
22,302
15 607
5,%1
14618
1,384
25 944
24,441
2,290
36494
947,4B3
162 493

-642
-642

1,651,293

1,637,%9

1,656,244

1,646,753

1,649,687

11,083

46 Deposits
47 Demand deposits
...
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
States and political subdivisions
51
U.S. government
52
Depository institutions in the United States . .
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4
57 Nontransaction balances
...
58
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
..
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S. government
62
Depository institutions in the United States . . .
63
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . . . .

1,136,181
282 179
228,472
53 707
10,754
2 129
23 526
5 927

1,120,538
265 665
216,621
49,044
9,611
1,824
21 674
5 578

1,143,030
287 059
230,740
56,320
10,466
3,623
24084
5 876

1,132,889
287 862
230,296
57 566
10,129
3,318
25 133
6096

1 142,455
299 800
241,068
58 732
9,847
3,817
25 720
6036

7,545
1,203
1,086

64 Liabilities for borrowed money5 . . .
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities (including subordinated notes and debentures) . . .

Account

Dec. 16

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4 Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities' . .
All others, by maturity
6
One year or less
...
7
One year through five years
8
More than five years . . . .
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
.

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 Total assets

126,237
266,071
18,461
247,610
79,922

-321
2,465

0
2,465

507
493
1,337

129
489
0
489
302
112
191
187
0

0
0

8,688
1,291

13
1,278
1,278

0
4,465

676
3,788
2,630

137
116

o

21
31

-170

96
10
-32
230
41
243
8,404

687

LIABILITIES

7

70 Residual (total assets less total liabilities)

MEMO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates9 . . .
Commercial and industrial
..
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10 . . . .
Net due to related institutions abroad

34



-2

1
0
74

907

861

619

653

558

10464
116986
737 015
710 743
26273
21 633
2346
1 986
308

9497
116,425
738,448
712006
26442
21 789
2,348
1 979
326

11 652
117 163
738,808
712 731
26077
21 415
2,353
1 976
332

12 236
118 437
726,590
701 293
25 297
20 681
2 342
1 952
322

12 754
1 19 794
722 862
698 815
24047
20 610
I 247
1 873
317

274 975

280,498

276 822

o

277 032

272 394

1 766

11,146
263 829
104,601

4,426
276,072
101,024

19,878
256944
100,908

14,530
262 502
101,095

24,934
247 460
97,481

1,766
324

1,515,757

69 Total liabilities

71
72
73
74
75
76
77

117
27
17

1,502,061

1,520,760

1,511,016

1,512,330

9,636

135 536

135 909

135 483

135 736

137 357

1 447

1,341,730
121,573
1 007

1,336,681
120,149

1,335,828
117,534

1,328,025
115 759

1,331,024
113,791

11,527

999
457
542

970
457
513

962
456
506

954
452
502

o

460
547
24813
-15 407

o

24,939
- 19 739

24799
-17 005

0

24614
- 16 476

o

24 318
- 17 685

1,003
5,339
5 108

230
229
1
0

o
o

545

o
o
o

na
n a

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 1

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar, 25

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

15,706

16,585

16,306

16,811

16,773

16,955

16,881

20,338
8,799
13,364

20345
8,749
15 902

19,722
8,583
14,914

20,265
8,656
15 283

20,138
8,604
14 147

20 Oil
8,628
13 766

19,952
8,653
10,700

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from
17,172 16,655
17 504 16,881 17,560
16,533
depository institutions , . . ,
2 U.S. Treasury and government
22 Oil 22,357 22,134 21,024 20645 20,961
agency securities
8,667
8,629
8,710
8,629
8,639
3 Other securities
8,728
4 Federal funds sold1
14686 11,305 12,225 15 192 12774 1 1 ,762
5 To commercial banks in the
3,871
3,833
3,905
3,518
6,531
7,519
United States
7,471
8 869
8,244
8,353
7,673
6 To others2
8 156
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 168,269 162,619 163,245 163,352 164,842 164,927
8 Commercial and industrial . . , 98,557 97,639 98,204 97,793 98,200 97,720
9
Bankers acceptances and
2,641
2,628
2,913
2,637
2,934
2,719
commercial paper . . . .
95 644 95,002 95,576 95,075 95,559 94,786
10
All other
92,597 92,053 92,636 92,121 92,593 91,840
11
U.S. addressees
2,941
2,966
2,954
3,047
2,949
2,946
12
Non-U.S. addressees
13 Loans secured by real estate . . 36,696 36,548 36,620 36,606 36,635 36,843
14 To financial institutions
23,711 22,562 21,578 21,792 22,338 23,061
15
Commercial banks in the
7,574
8,076
7,696
United States
7,437
7,759
7,989
1,670
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
1,862
2,063
1,803
1,936
1,811
17
Nonbank financial
13 964 12,867 12,330 12,416 12780 13,008
institutions
18 For purchasing and carrying
4,943
3,689
5529
6 512
securities
4,611
5,236
19 To foreign governments and
378
405
official institutions
390
379
392
368
20 All other
2,402
1,735
1,853
1,825
1,803
1,698
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated
parties)
31,335 29,865 29,108 28,723 28,971 28,657
3

22 Total assets

3,116
4,318
3,061
5,890
4,665
5,407
4,720
7,639
10,248 10012 10,596 10,563
9482
8 359
161,894 162,340 163,709 164,046 161,981 162,842 163,918
97,493 97,271 98,032 98,722 97,647 98,048 97,747
2,770
94,723
91,830
2,893
36,856
21,721

2,723
94,548
91,666
2,882
36,757
21,633

2,869
95,163
92,248
2,915
36,681
22,674

3,0115
95,707
92,762
2,945
36,757
22,209

2,806
94,841
91,918
2,924
36,831
21,563

2,694
95 354
92,421
2,933
36,785
21,117

2,643
95,105
92,211
2,894
36,916
22,117

7,185
1,827

7,269
1,681

7,645
1,688

7,704
1,660

7,537
1,472

7,258
1,577

7,358
1,666

12,708

12 683

13,341

12,844

12 555

12 282

13,093

3 764

4 643

4,867

3,711

4403

4,087

4 134

357
1,756

370
1,906

373
1,862

354
1,870

381
1,794

369
1,880

363
1,908

28,247

27,477

27,570

27,436

29,140

27,052

26,404

297,641 288,614 293,578 293,395 292,304 293,789 291,418 290,409 292,368 296,225 291,830 293,071 288,606

LIABILITIES
23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly-related
institutions
95 518 94,336 94,443 96,899 100650 98,896 97,891 96 312 99,639 97,874 99,813 101 487 101,028
4,238
3,792
3,665
4,030
3,625
3,755
3,781
3,613
3,876
3,529
3,516
24 Demand deposits4
3,439
3,753
25 Individuals, partnerships, and
2,970
2,801
2,869
2,928
2,960
2,771
2,990
2,729
2,804
corporations
3,416
2,898
2,759
2,731
26 Other . .
822
823
864
756
827
822
842
800
713
1,131
679
1,022
885
27 Nontransaction accounts
91,280 90,543 90,688 93,117 96,985 94,866 94,278 92,437 96,200 94,321 96,284 97,971 97,403
28 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
64502 63,681 63,734 65,966 68,441 66,453 66,165 64,085 67,420 66,429 68,490 69,884 69,727
29 Other
26 778 26 863 26954 27 151 28 544 28414 28 113 28 352 28,780 27 692 27 794 28 087 27,677
30 Borrowings from other than
directly -related institutions . 106,473 104,151 104,967 101,606 99,284 106,214 102,067 102,598 101,548 110,1124 103,178 102,939 98,269
52 953 53,799 58,146 53,321 51 103 58,047 56,032 55 704 51,050 61,158 49,719 49,367 45,809
31 Federal funds purchased5
32 From commercial banks in the
22 336 23,865 26,190 20,731 21,991 25,348 20,843 21 223 21,254 25,018 17,396
United States
17,946 16,691
30,616 29,934 31,957 32,590 29,112 32,699 35,189 34,481 29,797 36,140 32,323 31,421 29,118
33 From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed
money
53,520 50,352 46,821 48,285 48,181 48,168 46,036 46,894 50,498 48,965 53,459 53,572 52,461
35 To commercial banks in the
13,140
14,622 13,390 13,453 13,154 14,501 13,445 12,586 12,088 12,654 11,913 12,813 13,499
United States
36 To others
38 898 36,963 33,368 35,131 33,680 34,722 33,449 34,806 37,844 37,053 40,646 40,073 39,321
37 Other liabilities to nonrelated
Darties
31 178 30,105 29,585 29 226 28 862 28,502 28430 28 079 28,067 27 167 27 456 25 777 25,665
38 Total liabilities6

297,641 288,614 293,578 293,395 292,304 293,789 291,418 290,409 292,368 296,225 291,830 293,071 288,606

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities,
adjusted
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad

199 026 193,417 194 925 193 114 195 290 194,853 194,094 194 176 194,966




29,303

23,163

23,906

26,371

23,721

17,938

19,959

24,408

21,552

195,825

192,669

17,332

20,337

192 583 192,805

19,052

21,546

35

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

May 6

May 13 May 20 May 27

June3

June 10 June 17 June 24

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from
depository institutions
. . . 17 220 16,557 18,322 16,167 16,998 16,537 16,451 17 012 18,376 17,648 18,689 18,300 19,020
2 U.S. Treasury and government
agency securities
20 539 21,053 20 969 20,276 20,027 21,544 21 639 21 119 22,097 22,315 21,559 21,896 23,530
8,394
8,368
8,339
8,345
7,947
8,306
8,520
8,542
8,476
8,297
8,297
8,479
8,085
3 Other securities
.,
4 Federal funds sold'
13 840 13 404 15 036 18,516 16012 14,614 14 135 14 358 14 350 14,782 16 169 14,170 15 879
5 To commercial banks in the
5,804
6,014
5,947
5,503
4,276
5,598
5,113
4,840
3,170
4,210
United States
5,069
4,835
4,693
9,129 10 343 12,501 10,065
9,015
9066
9 524
9,942 10 666 11,001 11 670
6 To others2
8 036
9236
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 161,876 160,235 161,163 160,212 160,916 161,437 160,693 160,312 159,741 161,153 159,870 160,454 160,458
8 Commercial and industrial . . . 97,939 97,778 97,324 96,642 95,804 95,895 95,674 95,942 95,754 96,232 95,782 95,873 95,430
9
Bankers acceptances and
2,514
2,407
2,646
2,495
2,677
2,457
2,448
2,384
2,752
commercial paper . . . .
2,429
2,628
2,442
2,651
95 187 95,132 94,673 94,147 93,375 93,217 93,046 93 428 93,298 93,790 93,374 93,425 93 046
10
All other
92,356 92,287 91,810 91,259 90,569 90,435 90,238 90,666 90,459 90,902 90,503 90,528 90,172
11
U.S. addressees
2,782
2,897
2,874
2,830
2,888
2,806
2,808
2,762
2,871
12
Non-U.S. addressees
2,846
2,863
2,838
2,888
13 Loans secured by real estate . . 36,312 36,260 36,276 36,423 36,445 36,547 36,505 36,573 36,524 36,483 36,388 36,205 36,105
21,646 21,206 21,629 21,855 22,827 22,895 22,980 22,798 22,529 23,023 22,903 22,763 23,604
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the
7,604
7,193
7,745
7,487
7,398
6,649
7,620
7,368
7,117
United States
6,859
7,527
7,180
7,373
1,684
2,264
1,509
2,041
1,955
2,254
1,712
1,806
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
1,630
1,662
1,855
1,985
2,176
17
Nonbank financial
13,286 12,717 12,440 13,153 13,539 13,295 13,554 13,255 13,365 13,496 13,522 13,411 13,977
institutions
18 For purchasing and carrying
3,422
3,576
2,625
2,620
3,119
3,788
2,733
3,111
3,058
3,853
securities
3,339
2,795
3,518
19 To foreign governments and
262
324
304
281
official institutions
376
347
359
297
310
360
359
326
328
1,867
1,994
1,892
20 All other .
1,995
1,847
1,954
1,903
1,927
1,900
1 766
1,()40
1 899
2,069
21 Other assets (claims on
28,304 28,552 28,720 28,721 28,974 29,384 29,626 28,666 28,986 29,457 28,749 29,099 28,649
nonrelated parties)
22 Total assets3

295,282 290,355 2%,053 291,577 290,228 291,462 291,816 291,251 291,116 296,968 296,468 292,302 293,085

LIABILITIES
23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly-related
institutions
100737 97,578 96445 96,354
4 ng
24 Demand deposits4
3 651
3 736
3 242
25 Individuals, partnerships, and
2 766
2 533
corporations
2 935
2 963
26 Other . . .
885
801
708
1 155
27 Nontransaction accounts
97,001 93,927 92,327 93,112
28 Individuals, partnerships, and
69,535 67,133 66,058 67,174
corporations
29 Other
27 466 26794 26 269 25 938
30 Borrowings from other than
directly-related institutions . 101,773 101,629 107,524 103,752
3 1 Federal funds purchased5
51 273 51,599 57 129 45,700
32 From commercial banks in the
21 670 19,755 24,688 14,554
United States
33 From others
29 603 31 845 32441 31 146
34 Other liabilities for borrowed
money
50 500 50030 50 395 58052
35 To commercial banks in the
United States
10,749 11,339 10,844 10,988
36 To others
39 751 38,691 39 551 47,064
37 Other liabilities to nonrelated
parties .
27 171 27,509 27,758 27,767
38 Total liabilities6

95 633
3 333

94,556
3 345

95 630
3 214

96 629
3 259

96 775
3 542

97,271
3 146

95 914
3 332

95,993
3 412

95 436
3 789

2618
715
92,300

2 629
716
91,211

2 588
626
92,415

2 607
651
93 370

2678
863
93,234

2 518
628
94,125

2 507
825
92,582

2 655
758
92,580

2 656
1 133
91,646

66,225
26075

65,736
25 474

66,010
26405

66 335
27 035

66,144
27 090

67,440
26 685

66,514
26 068

66,885
25 696

66,145
25 501

92,672
43 839

99,617
46,441

94,328
42 830

94,671
46 884

91,742 100,001
47 558 55,047

98,121
53,930

94,793
53,420

92,021
50012

15 498
28 341

14,641
31 800

13 087
29 743

13 311
33 573

15 433
32 125

17,893
37 154

17 342
36 587

16,506
36 914

12 323
37 689

48 833

53 176

51 498

47 788

44 184

44 953

44 191

41 373

42 009

11,157
37 676

10,459
42,717

9,775
41 723

9,841
37 946

9,939
34 245

9,764
35 190

9,908
34 284

9,211
32 162

9,035
32 974

28 122

28,658

28 929

28 853

28 185

28 687

28 469

27 543

28 341

295,282 290,355 296,053 291,577 290,228 291,462 291,816 291,251 291,116 296,968 296,468 292,302 293,085

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities,
adjusted'
. . 192 108 191,926 193 244 194,135 191 7% 192 597 192 298 192 128 192 373 194400 193 276 193 900 196 370
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad
20,402 21,452 20,780 24,357 34,895 29,031 32,178 29 855 35,325 27,873 30 830 33,539 39,823

36



16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

July 1

JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5 | Aug. 12 | Aug. 19
Aug. 26 [ Sept. 2

Sept. 9

Sept. 16 Sept. 23

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from
19,281
19,825 19,940 20,439
depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government
agency securities
23,356 22,758 23,269 24,577
3 Other securities . .
8 065
8 443
8,473
8,424
4 Federal funds sold1
17,729 17,119 15,198 16,965
5
To commercial banks in the
United States
6,971
6,050
4,199
5,678
6 To others2
10758 11 068 11,000
1 1 ,287
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 163,348 160,752 160,695 158,686
8 Commercial and industrial . . . 96,434 95,881 96,202 95,879
9
Bankers acceptances and
commercial paper . . . .
2,426
2,417
2,338
2,479
10
All other
94 008 93 464 93 864 93 399
91,044 90 531 90,990 90,489
11
U.S. addressees
2,964
2,934
2,874
12
Non-U.S. addressees
2,910
13 Loans secured by real estate . . 36,106 36,008 36,146 36,064
24667 23 300 22,614 21 744
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the
8,543
7,512
United States
7,001
6,472
2,178
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
2,227
2,197
2,232
17
Nonbank financial
13 945 13 561 13 416 13 040
institutions
18
For purchasing and carrying
3 732
3 323
2641
securities
3 456
19 To foreign governments and
411
official institutions
353
342
333
20
All other
1,998
1,887
1,935
2,025
21 Other assets (claims on
nonrelated parties)
28,977 29,260 28,777 28,722
22 Total assets3

20,125

19,868

19,758

20 336

20 380

20 787

21 057

21 100

20 064

24,345
8 535
16,966

24,328
8,560
19,130

24,202
8 640
15,175

23 923
8 578
16 921

23 792
8 506
18 393

23 758
8 380
21 090

24 333
8 612
16 668

23 652
8 653
21 016

23 737
8 536
17 804

5,719
5,831
3,999
4,331
5 196
7 051
7 193
4 162
3 773
11 246 13,299 11 176 12 591 13 197 14 039 12 895
13 823 13 643
157,168 159,444 159,953 160,301 159,611 160,934 160,600 162,064 162,193
95,604 95,939 96,218 95,903 95,778
95,919 96,308 96,837 97,289
2,371
93 232
90,378
2,855
36,053
20942

2,422
93 517
90,619
2,899
36,012
22083

2,422
93 797
90 873
2,924
36,027
22 302

2,298
93 605
90 666
2,939
36,017
22 711

2,203
93 576
90 666
2,909
35,885
22 182

2,397
93 *)23
90 642
2,880
35,884
22 808

2,459
93 848
90 961
2,887
35,795
22 726

2,344
94 492
91 482
3,010
35,738
22 999

2,335
94 955
91 930
3,025
35,789
22 650

6,835
2,240

7,091
2,107

6,832
2,119

6,598
2,189

6,328
2,070

6,665
2,060

6,457
2,256

6,415
2,501

6,262
2,323

11 867

12 885

13 351

13 923

13 784

14 082

14 014

14 083

14 066

2 407

3 229

3 215

3 403

3 524

3 975

3 569

4 315

4 303

354
1,809

356
1,827

352
1 838

388
1 880

372
1 869

385
1 964

385
1 817

381
1 794

377
1 785

28,851

29,669

29 823

29,321

29 430

30 021

31 006

29 822

29 633

301,850 298,518 299,230 299,273 295,893 301,152 297 775 301 284 300 470 307 428 302 981 307 462 302 153

LIABILITIES
23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly-related
94 542
institutions
3,650
24 Demand deposits4
25 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
2,827
26 Other
823
27 Nontransaction accounts
90 893
28 Individuals, partnerships, and
65,009
corporations
29 Other
25 884
30 Borrowings from other than
directly-related institutions . 102,212
58,577
31 Federal funds purchased5
32 From commercial banks in the
20 879
United States
33 From others
37,698
34 Other liabilities for borrowed
money
43,635
35 To commercial banks in the
10,029
United States
36 To others
33,606
37 Other liabilities to nonrelated
parties
28 548
6

99 834
3 812

99 078
3 617

2,740

2 824

2 751

791

988

866

98 461

96 023

95 461

71,241
27 238

70,431
28 030

68,784
27 239

69,391
26 070

90,906
50,009

99,671
55,688

96,948
52,170

104,326
59,781

94,351
48,767

13 431
39,716

12 633
37 376

16 966
38 722

14 183
37,987

22 554
37 227

10 836
37 931

43 794

43,097

40 896

43 983

44,778

44 545

45 584

10 249
33 545

9,577
33,520

9 607
31 289

9 892
34 091

9,030
35 747

9 117
35 428

8 822
36 762

28 666

28 907

29 474

29 822

30 106

29 727

29 932

94733
3,422

95,264
3,401

96 704
3,766

99 474
3,539

97 565
3,265

98 594
3 496

99 836 102 104 102 270 101 992
3 648
3 394
3 791
3 531

2,673

2,637

763

91 311

91 863

2,593
1,173
92 938

2,684

749

95 935

2,517
748
94 301

2 583
912
95 099

2,669
979
96 188

2 610
785
98 710

2 800
991
98 480

64,771
26 540

65,314
26 549

66,169
26 769

68,626
27 309

67,668
26 632

68,524
26 575

69,136
27 052

70,692
28 018

99,187 100,665
56,130 59,148

96,867
50,232

90,069
47,782

99,345
56,533

97,035
53,241

96,244
53,147

20704
35,426

19 588
39,560

13 522
36,709

14 356
33,426

15 734
40,799

15 589
37 652

43,057

41,517

46,635

42,286

42,811

9,757
33,300

9,151
32,366

9,401
37,234

9,666
32,620

10,522
32,289

28 285

28 399

28 109

28 775

28 587

856

38 Total liabilities

301,850 298,518 299,230 299,273 295,893 301,152 297,775 301,284 300,470 307,428 302,981 307,462 302,153

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities,
adjusted*
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad

196,983

195,510

196,436

35453

35 951

32,025




196,502 194,459 198,541
36,132

37,672

35,503

197,139 198,796 198,778
33 256

34 395

37 629

200,446 199,982 201,777 201,847
3't 207

33 228

32 419

38 607

37

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1992*—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from
depository institutions . . . .
2 U.S. Treasury and government
agency securities
3 Other securities 1 . . . .
4 Federal funds sold
5 To commercial banks in the
United States
6 To others2
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . .
8 Commercial and industrial . . .
9
Bankers acceptances and
commercial paper . . . .
10
All other
11
U S addressees . .
12
Non-U.S, addressees . . .
13 Loans secured by real estate . . .
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the
United States
16
Banks in foreign countries .
17
Nonbank financial
institutions . . . .
18 For purchasing and carrying
securities
19 To foreign governments and
official institutions
20 All other
21 Other assets (claims on
nonrelated parties) , . . .
3

20,548

19,919

20,186

19,129

19,296

18,468

18,513

19,050

18,955

18,367

17,815

17,671

17,875

17,329

24 545 24 261 24904 25 067 24040 24947 25 916 25 767 25 882 26565 26216 26 904 26,5% 27 064
8,636
7,967 8,122
8,242
8,318
8,257 8,172
8,385 8 530 8,437 8 309 8,383 8,307 8,130
22,891 17,517 19,843 22,614 20,966 20,230 22,959 22,560 24,260 22,902 27,300 22,244 25,954 22,331
6 870 4 557 7 197 5 419 5 632 4647 7 089 7 431 7 908 7081 8 734 6995 8 111 4940
16,021 12960 12,646 17 195 15,333 15,582 15,870 15,130 16 352 15,820 18,566 15,249 17,844 17,391
161,149 159,992 161,401 160,154 162,027 161,104 161,898 163,448 163,928 163,837 163,997 167,099 167,568 168,927
94,674 96,994 97,026 97,056 97,122 97,424 97,531 98,386 98,767 99,211 98,995 99,827 100,742 100,400

2,662
92,012
88,930
3,082
34,810
24,294

3,230
93,764
90 833
2,931
34,606
22,682

3,068
93,958
91,052
2,906
34,676
22,411

2,904
94,153
91 264
2,889
34,676
22,800

2,813
94,310
91,384
2,926
34,575
23,637

2,650
94,775
91,805
2,970
34,758
23,093

2,749
94,783
91,894
2,889
34,771
23,571

2,837
95,549
92,602
2,947
34,768
23,899

2,695
96,071
93 148
2,923
34,787
24,089

2,697
96,513
93,540
2,973
34,416
23,866

2,513
96,482
93,418
3,065
34,505
23,738

2,494
97,333
94,306
3,027
34,573
24,950

2,540
98,202
95,203
2,999
34,541
24,567

2,481
97,918
94,844
3,074
34,017
26,345

5,789
2,515

5,920
2,277

6,034
2,193

5,849
2,189

6,508
2,231

6,046
2,240

6,276
2,137

6,435
2,094

6,320
2,281

5,892
2,158

5,923
2,200

6,457
2,075

5,908
2,101

6,165
2,119

15,989

14485

14,183

14 763

14,898

14,807

15,158

15,370

15,488

15,815

15,615

16,417

16,558

18,061

4,574

3,405

4,952

3,387

4,409

3,355

3,509

3,816

3,829

3,656

4,269

5,163

5,122

5,299

493
2,305

371
1 935

374
1,962

378
1 856

374
1,909

363
2,110

353
2 163

354
2,225

356
2,100

376
2,314

366
2,124

365
2,221

375
2,221

364
2,503

30,837 30,556 30,840

30,469

30,548 29,987 28,555

28,985 29,795 31,957 31,904

31,224 30,712 31,033

305,436 303,201 305,939 307,751 306,019 308,710 311,871 314,046 313,641 312,855 315,017 316,213 320,044 318,346

22 Total assets

LIABILITIES
23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly-related
institutions
24 Demand deposits4
25 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26 Other
27 Nontransaction accounts
28 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations . . . .
29 Other
30 Borrowings from other than
directly-related institutions .
3 1 Federal funds purchased5
32 From commercial banks in the
United States . ,
33 From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed
money
35 To commercial banks in the
United States . . .
36 To others
37 Other liabilities to nonrelated
parties
6

38 Total liabilities

99,414
4,263

99747 99,925 100524 102 894 102,814 102 776 103,118 104 780 103 964 104911 105 747 105,565 104948
3,904 3,725 3,590
3,705 3,600
3,689 3,558 3,792 3,794 3,561 4,150
3,860 4,044

3 316 3 120 2980 2 892 2 879 2884 2976 2 876 3049 2 948 2 803 3 0% 2 977 3 217
827
947
784
745
681
847
1 054
883
697
716
713
743
758
826
95 151 95 842 96 200 96 934 99 189 99215 99088 99 561 100988 100 170 101 350 101 597 101 705 100 904

68,754 69,688 70,479 69 470 71 048 71,805 70971 70,960 72021 70 820 70,810 71 201 71 275 71 003
26 398 26 154 25 721 27 465 28 142 27410 28 117 28 600 28 968 29 350 30539 30 396 30430 29 901
95,609 92,541 95,784
48,646 49,771 52,039

94,567 88,288 94,737 97,909
45 579 41,264 46,807 48,966

93,730 88,545 92,880 94,150
44,681 41 874 46,626 46,602

17 052 17 072 16079 11 498 11 898 13 640 15 198 12 870 14 521 16 271
31,594 32,699 35,960 34,081 29,366 33,167 33,768 31,811 27,353 30,354

90,755 91,148 92,288
46 244 44,625 49 349

15 867 18 926
30,734 27 319

12 891 14736
31,733 34 613

46 963 42 770 43 745 48 988 47024 47 929 48 943 49049 46672 46 254 47 549 44 511 46 523 42 939

9,599 9 327 10 106 9 958 10671 9551 9 532 10683 10 272 9635 9982 10 184 10427 10 357
37 364 33 444 33 640 39030 36 353 38 378 39 411 38 367 36 399 36 619 37 567 34 327 360% 32 582
31 053 29 802 28 775 28 903 30222 30917 32258 30 303 30 874 30 847 30 708 29999 30987

31 798

305,436 303,201 305,939 307,751 306,019 308,710 311 871 314,046 313641 312855 315,017 316 213 320,044 318 346

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities,
adjusted"
204,311 199,824 201,354 204,877 203,275 203,894 205,538 205,876 207,963 208,572 211,113 210,967 214,417 215,853
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad
41,990 38 117 38 841 40 265 43 102 36544 36 377 42477 47 503 43 062 44 284 46 813 49 322 46 286

38



17. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding, 1992
A. Commercial paper
Millions of dollars, end of period, seasonally adjusted, except as noted

4
5

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

537,954

539,174

537,045

546609

547,314

547,234

550,727

557,915

558,414

549,433

210 520

220 037

225 916

227 589

235 714

229 835

233 045

234 242

231 751

230 966

228 260

643

712

727

680

1,017

703

627

842

899

1,038

999

179,513

178,857

180,773

174,949

171,343

173,638

177,426

173,859

178,184

181,388

179,279

172,813

24095

24,298

23 324

20,949

21 764

21 482

22,760

21 616

21 264

21 272

21 371

19,449

133,453

Financial companies'
Dealer-placed paper2
Total
Bank-related (not seasonally
adjusted)3
Directly placed paper4
Total
Bank-related (not seasonally
adjusted)3
5

6 Nonflnancial companies

137,554

137,144

138,309

138,113

137,257

140,053

140,330

138,301

144,776

148,169

148,360

Feb.

532,085

1 All issuers

1
3

Apr.

Jan.

Item

526,931

219 119

667

| Mar.

B. Bankers dollar acceptances5
Millions of dollars, end of period, not seasonally adjusted

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

43,160

Item
7 Total

41,375

39,309

39,335

38,384

37,767

37,733

37,090

37,8)14

37,600

37,664

38,200

By holder
8 Accepting banks
9
Own bills
10 Bills bought from other banks . .
Federal Reserve Banks6
1 1 Foreign correspondents
12
Others

11 248
9,231
2,018

10,578
8,831
1,747

9 640
8,296
1,344

9 821
8,427
1,394

9 255
7,954
1,301

9 680
8,129
1,551

9,225
7,808
1,417

9 372
7,927
1,446

10 436
9,073
1,363

10 238
8,766
1,472

10 314
9,169
1,145

10 561
9,103
1,458

1 574
30 338

1 364
29,432

1 492
28,177

1 598
27,915

1 477
27,653

1 338
26,749

1 269
27,239

1 851
25,866

1 803
25,575

1 204
26 159

1 289
26 061

1,276
26,364

By basis
13 Imports into United States
14 Exports from United States
15 All other

13,030
9753
20 377

12,853
9,252
19 269

11,569
9,403
18 337

12,045
9 168
18 121

11,893
8 702
17 790

11,569
9 062
17 135

11,825
9,015
16 893

11,600
7,861
17 628

12,227
8 051
17 536

12,118
7 849
17 633

12,135
7 673
17 856

12,212
8,096
17 893

18. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19921
Percent per year
Rate

Effective date

6.00

July 2
Averages of daily effective rates
Year

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

6.25

6.50

6.50

6.50

6.50

6.50

6.50

6.02




j

Aug.

6.00

1

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

6.00

6.00

6.00

6.00

39

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1

Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 4-8, 1991
ALL BANKS
9,719,619

6,809

*

7.19

.19

9.6

68.1

9.6

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

8,563,772
6,729,838
1,833,933

846
1,116
448

20
20
21

8.06
7.89
8.69

.18
.25
.21

30.0
27.0
40.7

87.1
84.6
96.3

15.1
15.5
13.9

Other
Other
Foreign

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
..

9,836,975
3,341,492
6,495,483

131
111
145

164
130
182

9.00
8.42
9.29

.16
.25
.19

50.4
38.6
56.5

80.8
67.5
87.6

11.7
13.0
11.0

Prime
Other
Prime

16,364,334
2,385,222
13,979,112

240
690
224

*
*
*

9.03
7.84
9.23

.16
.25
.15

62.4
30.4
67.9

74.1
86.8
72.0

6.9
11.5
6.1

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

44,484,699

287

64

8.43

.16

42.0

76.8

10.1

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14 100=499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5 000-9 999
18
10,000 or more

22,176,171
477,022
483,065
429,218
3,734,091
4,537,908
12,514,867

540
14
202
687
2,367
6,514
18,969

29
128
120
54
39
38
17

7.66
11.29
10.20
8.19
7.87
7.74
7.31

.25
.14
.36
.14
.08
.07
.12

21.5
72.0
66.7
38.4
33.0
22.9
13.3

75.0
29.4
55.5
81.2
78.8
78.2
75.0

12.1
.7
12.7
7.0
10.3
8.3
14.6

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23
1 000-4,999
24 5 000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

22,308,528
2,106,094
3,467,629
1,881,575
5,394,634
2,648,576
6,810,020

200
24
201
666
1,984
6,719
21,625

147
156
163
185
154
158
110

9.20
10.68
10.20
9.97
9.51
9.15
7.80

.16
.08
.06
.07
.15
.21
.37

62.3
79.9
76.4
68.4
65.8
46.3
51.5

78.5
78.3
84.1
84.9
87.5
92.2
61.5

8.2
3.8
6.3
9.7
10.3
19.2
4.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

6,115,322

218

45

9.34

.17

66.5

73.7

13.6

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31
1 000 or more

1,335,873
187,266
99,221
46,969
1,002,417

116
18
182
676
5,074

'40
28
40
50
42

8.66
11.73
10.32
9.49
7.88

.31
.11
.23
.49
.38

47.6
84.8
85.7
68.7
35.9

79.1
20.9
47.4
52.5
94.4

9.2
.1
1.5
7.0
11.8

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500=999
36
1 ,000 or more

4,779,449
309,852
701,167
417,942
3,350,489

289
27
213
675
3,395

46
45
43
53
46

9.53
11.12
10.33
9.92
9.16

.18
.13
.09
.13
.27

71.8
85.4
86.2
73.9
67.2

72.1
47.7
55.3
61.8
79.2

14.8
1.6
6.9
9.9
18.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight6

..

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate . .
10 Floating rate

.

Fed funds

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMEICI
9,570,037

9,290

*

7.15

6.90

9.7

68.0

9.7

9.03

7,226,980
4,796,629
6,311,121

2,799
597
2,142

19
148
*

7.63
7.57
7.26

7.37
7.33
7.09

21.7
26.4
51.1

87.0
83.6
57.3

13.2
15.2
5.8

9.03
9.13
9.23

41 Total short term

27,904,768

1,913

40

7.37

7.14

25.0

73.2

10.7

9.10

42 Fixed rate . . . .
43 Floating rate

20,249,255
7,655,513

2,363
1,271

24
123

7.39
7.33

7.15
7.12

17.6
44.7

76.0
65.7

12.2
6.6

9.05
9.21

44 Total long term

2,441,163

776

47

7.68

7.48

41.5

78.5

9.7

9.15

45 Fixed rate
4 6 Floating rate . . .

943,260
1,497,903

617
926

40
50

7.66
7.70

7.51
7.46

31.7
47.7

92.1
70.0

12.4
8.0

9.22
9.11

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months

40



19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 4-8, 1991
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

7,844,126

9,682

*

7.24

.17

8.0

60.6

10.3

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

6,568,726
5,004,424
1,564,301

3,489
4,625
1,954

20
20
21

7.96
7.83
8.40

.14
.15
.21

29.3
27.6
34.5

85.8
82.0
97.6

15.0
15.3
13.8

Other
Other
Foreign

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
.

5,367,345
2,195,119
3,172,226

747
2,373
506

146
116
167

8.28
7.85
8.58

.13
.15
.18

40.7
28.6
49.1

86.6
78.7
92.1

10.1
12.5
8.4

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

10,426,673
1,499,928
8,926,745

356
1,217
318

*
*
*

8.77
7.70
8.96

.13
.21
.12

60.4
19.6
67.3

64.6
81.8
61.7

6.9
14.6
5.6

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

30,206,869

772

47

8.11

.12

36.5

72.1

10.1

Other

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
..
.
16 1,000-4,999
17 5 000-9 999
18 10,000 or more

16,543,596
27,532
110,241
207,425
2,713,765
3,331,696
10,152,937

4,085
25
224
666
2,400
6,570
19,452

24
111
62
56
39
38
15

7.54
10.24
9.04
8.39
7.90
7.80
7.32

.15
.18
.24
.16
.10
.15
.15

17.7
49.0
42.6
33.1
27.9
19.4
13.8

71.4
46.0
72.2
77.3
75.0
74.1
69.5

12.5
1.5
1.7
7.9
8.6
8.2
15.2

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

13,663,272
649,585
1,401,232
798,801
2,856,275
1,957,660
5,999,719

389
26
210
675
2,068
6,720
22,950

119
160
146
157
114
131
105

8.80
10.24
10.00
9.75
9.23
9.09
7.95

.13
.07
.06
.09
.17
.19
.31

59.3
80.8
73.0
61.7
57.9
49.7
57.3

72.8
73.4
83.5
87.4
84.3
91.6
56.7

7.2
.7
3.3
7.4
9.9
15.9
4.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

4,143,457

784

47

8.94

.18

60.5

77.1

9.6

764,482
5,628
18,995
15,636
724,223

1,703
24
224
678
7,106

38
40
48
56
38

7.84
10.87
9.73
9.05
7.74

.37
.58
.43
.46
.48

36.0
73.1
69.4
62.6
34.3

93.2
27.8
70.4
88.6
94.4

11.8
.0
.0
.0
12.5

3,378,975
75,709
337,404
305,015
2,660,847

698
33
234
689
4,163

49
39
54
60
48

9.18
10.46
9.94
9.88
8.97

.15
.05
.11
.12
.26

66.1
83.4
82.2
78.0
62.2

73.5
44.5
49.6
57.4
79.1

9.0
3.5
7.1
6.6
9.7

.

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5 000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

Months
26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
..
36 1 000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime
Other
Other
Other
Domestic
Other
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME10
7,699,584

9,905

*

7.19

6.94

8.1

60.4

10.5

9.04

5,721,803
3,596,049
4,546,452

5,207
3,872
4,439

20
132
*

7.65
7.44
7.17

7.39
7.22
7.00

22.9
25.0
57.8

84.9
84.6
42.2

13.6
10.9
5.4

9.04
9.05
9.25

41 Total short term

21,563,888

5,632

35

7.35

7.12

25.3

67.1

10.3

9.09

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

15,536,155
6,027,733

5,910
5,022

22
103

7.39
7.25

7.15
7.04

15.6
50.5

70.7
57.8

12.7
4.2

9.05
9.19

44 Total long term

1,993,929

2,947

47

7.53

7.34

39.0

81.2

10.0

9.04

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

642,751
1,351,178

4,128
2,594

37
51

7.42
7.58

7.33
7.34

27.2
44.6

95.4
74.4

14.1
8.1

9.11
9.01

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months




41

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued

Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 4-8, 1991
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

1,875,493

3,039

*

6.97

.28

16.3

99.3

6.6

Other

3
4

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
Fixed rate
Floating rate

1,995,046
1,725,414
269,632

242
349
82

19
19
23

8.37
8.05
10.37

.21
.28
.22

32.3
25.4
76.6

91.3
91.8
88.3

15.6
15.8
14.2

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,469,630
1,146,373
3,323,257

66
39
86

186
157
1%

9.86
9.51
9.98

.19
.30
.21

62.0
57.8
63.5

73.8
46.1
83.4

13.6
14.0
13.5

Prime
Other
Prime

5,937,661
885,295
5,052,367

152
398
147

*
*
*

*
8.09
9.71

.19
.32
.19

65.9
48.7
69.0

90.9
95.4
90.2

6.9
6.3
7.0

Prime
Other
Prime

14,277,830

123

105

9.11

.19

53.5

86.7

10.2

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10 000 or more

5,632,575
449,490
372,823
221,793
1,020,326
1,206,212
2,361,930

152
13
196
708
2,286
6,367
17,141

45
128
133
52
38
-40
22

8.00
11.36
10.54
8.00
7.81
7.58
7.25

.28
.16
.39
.10
.11
.20
.12

32.6
73.4
73.8
43.3
46.7
32.5
11.3

85.6
28.4
50.6
84.8
89.0
89.5
98.5

10.9
.7
16.0
6.1
14.9
8.5
12.0

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1 ,000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

8,645,255
1,456,509
2,066,397
1,082,774
2,538,359
690,916
810,301

113
23
195
660
1,897
6,717
15,151

183
155
170
201
1%
249
160

9.83
10.87
10.34
10.14
9.84
9.33
6.69

.20
.06
.07
.12
.15
.55
.07

67.1
79.5
78.7
73.4
74.7
36.7
8.8

87.5
80.5
84.6
83.0
91.1
93.6
97.2

9,7
5.1
8.4
11.3
10.7
28.8
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

1,971,865

87

40

10.18

.19

79.0

66*4

21.9

Prime

571,391
181,638
80,226
31,332
278,194

52
17
175
675
2,909

42
28
37
46
52

9.75
11.76
10.46
9.71
8.24

.35
.12
.25
.72
.35

63.1
85.1
89.6
71.8
40.1

60.3
20.7
42.0
34.4
94.3

5.7
.1
1.8
10.5
9.9

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

1,400,474
234,143
363,763
112,927
689,642

120
25
1%
639
1,983

39
47
32
35
41

10.35
11.33
10.69
10.03
9.89

.15
.14
.14
.22
.25

85.5
86.0
89.9
62.9
86.6

68.9
48.8
60.5
73.5
79.5

28.6
.9
6.7
18.9
51.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

..

1 1 Total short term

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 ,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME10
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7
..

1,870,453

7,397

*

6.96

6.73

16.2

99.3

6.7

9.00

1,505,178
1,200,580
1,764,669

1,015
169
918

18
197
*

7.56
7.95
7.49

7.30
7.68
7.31

17.0
30.4
33.8

95.2
80,5
96.2

11.4
28.3
6.7

9.03
9.39
9.16

41 Total short term

6,340,879

589

58

7,44

7.21

24.0

93.9

11.9

9.13

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

4,713,100
1,627,780

793
338

33
206

7.37
7.63

7.14
7.41

24.2
23.2

93.6
94.9

10.7
15.2

9.07
9.28

447,234

181

45

8.38

8.11

52.8

66.7

8.5

9.63

300,509
146,725

219
134

47
41

8.17
8.79

7.91
8.51

41.2
76.4

85.0
29.3

8.8
7.7

9,43
10.03

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

.

42



19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued

Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 6-10, 1991

ALL BANKS
11,135,164

6,269

*

6.62

.25

7.9

62.7

9.7

5,489,157
4,038,603
1,450,554

616
965
307

15
15
16

7.09
6.74
8.08

.19
.30
.20

24.1
19.8
36.0

88.5
86.3
94.5

12.7
14.0
9.1

Other
Other
Prime

10,211,371
5,898,628
4,312,744

160
203
124

115
76
168

8.01
7.39
8.87

.17
.27
.19

48.4
37.9
62.8

79.2
76.4
83.0

15.2
20.6
7.9

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

12,313,085
2,112,904
10,200,181

205
382
194

*
*
*

8.49
7.43
8.71

.16
.27
.17

61.7
28.9
68.5

73.6
83.5
71.6

4.9
5.2
4.8

1 1 Total short term .

39,148,777

291

47

7.64

.16

37.7

74.1

10.1

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10 000 or more

23,184,945
474,384
474,294
404,528
3,854,611
4,186,532
13,790,596

571
14
198
686
2,336
6,560
17,833

25
133
113
57
33
25
16

6.91
10.96
9.43
7.51
7.15
6.99
6.58

.27
.20
.21
.12
.06
.08
.13

19.5
74.2
72.7
39.6
29.0
21.5
12.0

72.2
32.8
44.8
80.6
74.7
77.3
72.0

12.8
.7
3.2
14.2
13.7
11.3
13.8

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
., .
23 1 000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

15,963,833
1,811,191
3,074,838
1,368,115
3,457,226
1,534,006
4,718,457

174
25
198
665
1,930
6,754
19,876

130
164
156
187
127
115
81

8.70
10.18
9.64
9.20
8.74
8.39
7.43

.17
.06
.05
.07
.12
.35
.41

64.0
83.0
77.8
71.1
61.8
43.1
54.1

76.8
79.4
83.7
86.6
89.3
75.9
59.4

6.0
2.3
5.6
9.3
6.9
12.0
4.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

1 Overnight6
2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate
5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
. ...

Fed funds

Prime
Other
Prime

Months
26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more

4,170,316

198

40

9.22

.17

69.9

76.5

10.5

Prime

909,165
150,611
102,231
64,693
591,631

105
19
225
705
3,647

42
38
47
43
42

8.70
11.20
9.87
8.95
7.83

.31
.06
.24
.66
.39

59.9
92.1
87.9
68.0
46.0

63.8
18.3
48.5
68.8
77.5

4.6
.1
8.3
12.6
4.3

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Fed funds

3,261,151
229,482
643,024
267,259
2,121,386

263
28
201
641
4,187

40
41
37
35
41

9.36
10.61
9.78
9.51
9.08

.16
.19
.11
.18
.42

72.6
86.8
82.4
68.0
68.7

80.1
54.5
60.8
88.3
87.7

12.1
1.9
11.9
16.5
12.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMED
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

10,760,361

8,644

#

6.55

6.50

7.6

62.7

10.1

8.51

4,621,638
6,538,411
5,017,955

2,841
743
1,520

14
82
*

6.65
6.95
6.79

6.59
6.88
6.66

19.5
34.3
46.6

88.8
83.7
56.5

12.9
20.1
3.1

8.52
8.60
8.72

41 Total short term

26,938,364

1,800

28

6.71

6.66

23.4

71.1

11.7

8.57

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

21,446,967
5,491,398

2,603
816

21
93

6.67
6.87

6.61
6.74

16.8
49.2

73.1
63.4

13.3
5.2

8.52
8.77

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




1,022,984

329

38

7.16

6.97

38.4

90.1

7.0

8.70

490,964
532,020

289
376

41
35

7.23
7.09

7.06
6.88

44.3
32.9

85.0
94.9

3.7
10.1

8.64
8.75

43

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 6-10, 1991

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight**

8,237,143

8,244

*

6.68

.24

6.1

55.4

11.4

Other

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

3,988,720
2,973,889
1,014,831

2,594
4,907
1,089

14
15
13

6.99
6.74
7.70

.16
.23
.20

22.8
21.6
26.3

89.9
87.5
97.0

13.1
15.4
6.4

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
.
....

6,239,979
4,091,194
2,148,785

1,063
2,826
486

96
69
147

7.43
7.07
8.12

.14
.17
.19

41.0
35.3
51.9

86.5
82.5
94.1

21.2
27.2
9.8

Foreign
Foreign
Prime

7,553,065
1,305,875
6,247,191

406
1,161
358

*
*
*

8.20
7.38
8.37

.15
.24
.16

61.0
23.0
68.9

64.6
85.3
60.3

4.3
.2
5.1

1 1 Total short term

26,018,907

964

36

7.35

.13

32.9

70.8

12.0

Other

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10 000 or more

... .

16,607,747
31,878
116,803
211,524
2,702,207
3,063,127
10,482,207

3,977
27
227
689
2,417
6,564
18,138

22
122
77
55
34
27
17

6.84
9.81
8.31
7.62
7.25
7.00
6.65

.18
.23
.30
.12
.12
.10
.15

17.4
50.1
49.6
40.2
27.6
20.7
12.8

70.2
41.8
74.7
79.8
74.6
76.3
67.1

15.1
2.7
6.6
16.1
14.1
13.2
16.1

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23 1 000-4,999
24 5,000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

9,411,161
437,121
1,095,232
606,664
1,963,296
1,123,834
4,185,013

412
29
202
663
1,942
6,888
21,116

104
154
142
132
111
115
78

8.24
9.82
9.43
9.14
8.61
8.30
7.44

.16
.08
.08
.07
.11
.42
.42

60.4
81.5
71.1
64.7
60.0
49.7
57,9

72.0
87.6
89.7
90.4
87.7
74.5
54.9

6.3
1.4
4.7
6.3
8.3
16.4
3.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

2,467,205

756

41

8.82

.15

68.0

91.2

9.1

416,369
10,732
29,207
32,859
343,572

654
30
216
655
3,711

37
32
42
44
36

7.95
10.43
9.08
9.01
7.67

.27
.34
.35
.61
.26

57.4
78.9
67.1
65.8
55.1

84.0
45.4
74.2
81.1
86.3

3.9
.0
7.6
19.3
2.2

Other
Prime
Other
Prime
Fed funds

2,050,836
36,989
216,532
164,346
1,632,970

781
34
223
680
5,116

41
33
36
38
43

9.00
9.90
9.61
9.33
8.86

.13
.06
.05
.17
.45

70.1
74.3
75.4
66.3
69.7

92.7
76.2
81.9
88.1
95.0

10.2
6.0
13.2
14.4
9.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

Prime
Domestic
Prime

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
3 1 1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
. .
34 10CM99
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

6.57

Prime rate9

Nominal8

6.60

Prime

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMED
8,911

*

3,508,652
4,956,154
3,718,942

5,699
4,100
4,519

14
78
#

6.67
6.89
6,73

6.63
6.83
6.59

41 Total short term

20,136,394

5,688

27

6.71

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

15,771,601
4,364,793

5,950
4,909

21
79

44 Total long term

732,538

2,790

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

276,555
455,983

2,468
3,029

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

7,952,646

55.5

11.8

8.51

19.8
33.8
54.1

89.3
85.4
46.3

12.7
24.2
.5

8.50
8.51
8.72

6.65

24.0

67.1

12.9

8.55

6.71
6.71

6.66
6.58

16.4
51.4

69.8
57.3

15.3
4.3

8.51
8.69

32

6.94

6.77

38.5

94.8

7.1

8.53

37
30

7.20
6.78

7.06
6.59

59.0
26.0

90.1
97.7

2.0
10.2

8.57
8.50

5.7

Months

44



19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 6-10, 1991

OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

2,898,021

3,729

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,500,437
1,064,714
435,723

204
298
115

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

3,971,392
1,807,433
2,163,959

69
65
72

4,760,019
807,029
3,952,990

114
183
113

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
11 Total short term

6.47

.35

13.0

83.5

4.8

Fed funds

17
15
24

7.38
6.73
8.95

.23
.34
.17

27.6
14.9
58.8

84.7
83.1
88.9

11.7
10.1
15.4

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

144
91
189

8.92
8.11
9,61

.19
.33
.18

60.1
43.9
73.5

67.7
62.6
72.0

5.8
5.6
6.0

Prime
Domestic
Prime

8.95
7.52
9.25

.18
.32
.18

62.9
38.4
67.9

87.9
80.4
89.4

5.8
13.3
4.3

Prime
Other
Prime
Prime

13,129,870

122

72

8.22

.19

47.0

80.4

6.3

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-^,999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10,000 or more

6,577,198
442,506
357,490
193,004
1,152,404
1,123,405
3,308,388

181
13
190
681
2,164
6,552
16,929

32
121
59
32
20
14

7.09
11.05
9.79
7.40
6.91
6.96
6.36

.31
.21
.45
.24
.22
.14
.08

24.9
76.0
80.2
39.0
32.3
23.6
9.2

77.3
32.1
35.1
81.4
74.8
79.8
87.6

6.9
.6
2.1
12.0
12.7
6.1
6.3

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Domestic

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1 0 0 4 9 9
,0-,9
24 5 0 0 9 9 9
,0-,9
25 10,000 or more

6,552,672
1,374,069
1,979,607
761,452
1,493,930
410,172
533,443

95
24
197
666
1,915
6,413
13,606

161
166
161
224
152
116
101

9.35
10.29
9.76
9.25
8.91
8.63
7.30

.18
.07
.07
.10
.13
.47
.65

69.2
83.5
81.6
76.2
64.3
24.8
23.6

83.6
76.7
80.3
83.6
91.5
80.0
94.6

5.6
2.6
6.2
11.7
5.0
.0
8.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other

26 Total long term

1,703,111

40

9.79

.19

72.6

55.3

12.4

Prime

134

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-^99
35 500-999
36 1,000 or more

492,796
139,879
73,024
31,834
248,059

62
18
228
766
3,562

46
38
49
43
50

9.33
11.25
10.19
8.88
8.05

.37
.10
.34
.79
.70

62,0
93.2
96.2
70.2
33.4

46.8
16.2
38.2
56.0
65.3

5.2
.1
8.5
5.6
7.1

1,210,314
192,493
426,492
102,913
488,416

124
27
191
587
2,605

37
43
37
31
36

9.98
10.75
9.86
9.81
9.81

.13
.21
.17
.24
.21

76.9
89.2
86.0
70.8
65.4

58.8
50.3
50.0
88.7
63.4

15.3
1.2
11.3
19.8
23.5

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Domestic
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMElo
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year
40 Demand7

2,807,715

7,967

6.40

6.30

13.3

83.1

5.0

8.50

1,112,986
1,582,257
1,299,012

1,101
209
524

15
94

6.58
7.14
6.98

6.49
7.05
6.84

18.5
35.9
25.0

87.1
78.4
85.6

13.7
7.2
10.7

8.56
8.87
8.73

41 Total short term

6,801,970

595

31

6.71

6.61

21.6

83.1

8.0

8.64

42 Fixed rate .
43 Floating rate

5,675,366
1,126,604

1,015
193

20
146

6.55
7.50

6.46
7.37

17.9
40.6

82.3
87.2

7.9
8.8

8.56
9.07

44 Total long term

290,445

102

53

7.71

7.46

38.1

78.3

6.8

9.13

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate . . .

214,408
76,037

135
60

47
67

7.27
8.94

7.06
8.60

25.3
74.2

78.4
78.1

5.9
9.2

8.73
10.24

Months




45

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 5-9, 1991
ALL BANKS
7,132,014

5,339

*

6.76

.20

13.0

59.2

1.3

Fed funds

...

4,755,173
3,345,085
1,410,088

556
708
369

15
14
17

7.16
6.94
7.68

.20
.30
.24

31.8
26.2
45.3

85.5
86.9
82.4

4.5
4.1
5.2

Domestic
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate .
7 Floating rate

9,564,387
4,727,065
4,837,322

148
157
140

130
93
166

8.28
7.67
8.88

.16
.25
.20

52.7
37.9
67.2

75.9
67.5
84.0

11.0
9.1
12.9

Prime
Other
Prime

12,900,098
3,425,965
9,474,133

246
728
199

*
*
*

8.29
7.37
8.63

.15
.23
.17

60.2
31.0
70.8

77.2
83.1
75.1

13.0
29.7
7.0

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

34,351,673

271

61

7.82

.16

44.4

74.3

8.9

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5 000-9,999
18 10,000 or more

18,629,162
423,305
447,685
342,370
3,833,407
3,625,025
9,957,370

455
12
207
679
2,376
6,752
19,379

32
124
129
59
36
27
25

7.13
11.20
9.17
7.89
7.27
7.16
6.78

.26
.15
.26
.14
.06
.14
.11

25.0
73.0
70.7
40.8
33.8
21.4
18.3

70.7
32.2
54.0
83.4
75.3
73.6
69.8

9.0
.5
3.2
10.5
9.4
8.2
9.8

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
...
21
100-499
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5 000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

15,722,511
1,641,747
2,933,890
1,485,031
3,650,884
1,312,643
4,698,315

183
25
197
661
2,004
6,678
20,918

132
166
177
177
134
97
89

8.62
10.16
9.65
9.48
8.72
8.16
7.22

.18
.03
.04
.11
.14
.29
.30

67.4
82.4
78.6
68.0
60.8
49.4
65.1

78.5
83.2
85.8
87.5
88.6
78.2
61.7

8.7
1.8
7.7
9.5
8.4
6.2
12.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

1 Overnight6 . .

....

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate .
10 Floating rate

.......

Months
26 Total long term

3,687,750

178

40

9.13

.16

64.2

67.5

8.9

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499 , .
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more

1,329,657
123,590
189,319
107,574
909,174

125
13
202
650
6,717

44
38
36
89
41

8.53
11.26
10.28
9.03
7.74

.30
.12
.12
.46
.29

51.2
83.4
74.0
84.8
38.0

58.3
18.9
57,9
31.4
66.9

5.7
A
7.8
.0
6.7

Other
Other
Other
Foreign
Fed funds

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999 .
36 1 000 or more

2,358,093
195,638
504,873
279,885
1,377,697

233
29
204
668
3,178

37
44
38
42
35

9.47
10.37
9.88
9.86
9.12

.12
.04
.13
.22
.24

71.6
84.7
78.6
80.0
65.5

72.8
43.9
65.9
66.9
80.6

10.8
3.4
12.5
13.2
10.7

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME10
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

.

*

6.67

6.45

12.2

59.0

.9

8.50

3,375
570
2,482

13
101

6.79
7.19
6.60

6.58
6.98
6.49

26.9
39.1
43.0

86.4
77.2
60.7

3.8
13.5
18.2

8.50
8.59
8.52

1,530

38

6.81

6.62

29.6

69.2

9.0

8.53

16,503,521
5,993,195

2,038
907

26
98

6.80
6.84

6,61
6.66

20.5
54.5

71.1
64.1

9.7
7.0

8.51
8.58

1,134,473

...

6,586

4,179,582
5,780,243
5,639,330
22,496,716

41 Total short term

6,897,561

532

40

7.30

7.13

36.0

67.4

12.4

8.64

783,127
351,346

573
459

40
39

7.35
7.18

7.21
6.97

27.2
55.6

59.1
85.8

6.1
26.4

8.60
8.73

V

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

46



...

...

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued

Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 5-9, 1991
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

5,272,413

7,638

*

6.80

.25

8.9

32.8

1.4

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

3,706,097
2,649,922
1,056,175

3,747
6,099
1,904

14
13
15

6.93
6.87
7.08

.17
.18
.24

27.8
24.8
35.6

85.4
86.2
83.5

4.3
4.2
4.4

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic

5 More than one month and under a year ,
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

5,660,339
3,356,690
2,303,649

1,069
2,816
561

109
81
150

7.68
7.25
8.31

.14
.17
.18

46.5
27.9
73.6

80.5
73.1
91.4

11.9
7.0
19.2

Foreign
Other
Prime

8,410,643
2,933,711
5,476,932

483
1,437
357

*
*
*

7.95
7.31
8.28

.13
.16
.18

57.0
27.7
72.7

68.2
81.7
60,9

17.8
33.6
9.3

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term

23,049,493

946

46

7.45

.13

38.7

70.5

10.4

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100^-499
15 500-999
16 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10,000 or more

14,211,768
40,303
168,664
225,659
2,374,528
2,817,956
8,584,658

3,263
29
230
674
2,286
6,848
20,079

28
146
76
59
35
25
26

7.03
9.53
8.56
8.03
7,38
7,12
6.83

.16
.19
.21
.07
.10
,12
,11

20.2
62.3
56.5
44.1
30.9
17.0
16.8

69.8
61.6
77.2
86.6
'78.2
71.0
66.5

9.9
1.2
4.7
7.0
10.3
9.4
10.2

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5,000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

8,837,725
387,553
1,011,075
562,390
1,876,541
965,049
4,035,115

442
30
203
664
2,134
6,860
22,934

108
175
167
162
116
79
91

8,15
9.87
9.48
9.24
8.60
7.89
7.34

.19
.06
.07
.10
.20
.45
.47

68.5
80.5
743
61.1
59.9
53.3
74.6

71.6
88.0
89.2
90.7
83.4
77.5
56.0

11.3
1.6
5.2
9.7
12.4
8.4
14.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

2,102,319

790

36

8.71

.14

58.4

77.2

11.2

Prime

681,597
5,446
26,904
33,637
615,610

1,574
27
253
631
8,729

39
42
36
39
40

7.90
10.63
9.17
7.80
7.83

.26
.28
.22
.53
.34

45.4
82.9
74.8
51.5
43.4

61.4
35.7
73.0
86.9
59.7

5.0
.0
2.9
,0
5.4

1,420,722
32,290
210,390
141,383
1,036,660

637
40
224
668
3,723

35
38
37
38
34

9.10
9.92
9.63
9.43
8.92

.13
.10
.09
.20
.39

64.7
77.5
72.7
68.8
62.1

84.8
77.9
82.5
90.3
84.7

14.2
11.3
15.8
21.2
13.0

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Fed funds
Other
Other
Foreign
Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME™
5,146,852

7,954

*

6.72

6.51

7.8

53.1

.8

8.50

3,488,662
4,419,866
4,414,070

7,160
4,182
4,579

13
95
*

6.78
7.13
6.57

6.56
6.92
6.46

26.3
37.2
48.6

85,3
77.7
49.8

3.8
11.6
22.0

8.50
8.50
8.50

41 Total short term

17,469,450

5,537

36

6.80

6.61

29.3

64.9

9.5

8.50

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

13,002,272
4,467,178

5,728
5,047

26
86

6.82
6.72

6.64
6.55

17.1
64.7

68.2
55.5

10.2
7.4

8.50
8.50

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months
44 Total long term

764,119

3,019

33

7.16

7.04

33.2

64.5

13.6

8.50

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

486,420
277,700

3,908
2,159

30
38

7.37
6.78

7.31
6.58

25.4
46,9

48.8
92.1

7.0
25.1

8.50
8.50




47

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 5-9, 1991
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

1,859,601

2,880

*

6.65

.34

24.5

77.4

1.1

Other

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
...
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,049,076
695,163
353,913

139
162
108

18
16
22

7.97
7.20
9.49

.25
.39
.26

46.0
31.7
74.1

85.9
89.5
78.9

5.1
3.8
7.7

Prime
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
...
7 Floating rate

3,904,048
1,370,375
2,533,673

66
47
83

1159
120
181

9.16
8.70
9.41

.18
.27
.18

61.7
62.2
61.4

69.1
54.0
77.3

9.7
14.3
7.2

Prime
Other
Prime

4,489,455
492,254
3,997,201

128
185
124

*
*
*

8.94
7.67
9.10

.22
.38
.21

66.3
50.6
68.2

94.1
91.2
94.5

4.1
6.7
3.8

Prime
Other
Prime

11,302,180

110

94

8.55

.19

55.9

82.0

5.6

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1 000-4 999
17 5 000-9 999
. ...
18 10 000 or more

4,417,393
383,001
279,021
116,712
1,458,879
807,069
1,372,712

121
11
196
690
2,540
6,436
15,913

45
123
145
59
37
36
20

7.49
11.37
9.55
7.62
7.09
7.30
6.51

.29
.13
.26
.31
.09
.38
.13

40.3
74.2
79,2
34.6
38.7
36.7
27.1

73.6
29.1
39.9
77.4
70.6
82.8
90.2

6.3
.4
2.3
17.1
8.0
3.8
7.3

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
. .
21
100-499
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5 000-9 999
25
10,000 or more

6,884,787
1,254,194
1,922,815
922,641
1,774,343
347,594
663,200

104
23
194
660
1,882
6,220
13,629

161
165
181
184
159
127
70

9.23
10.25
9.73
9.63
8.85
8.91
6.49

.20
.03
.06
.16
.34
.55
1.02

66.0
83.0
80.9
72.2
61.9
38.4
7.6

87.4
81.7
84.1
85.5
94.0
80.2
96.2

5.3
1.9
9.1
9.4
4.3
.0
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term

....

Months
1,585,431

88

'14

9.70

.14

71.9

54.7

6.0

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 10CM99
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more

648,060
118,144
162,415
73,937
293,565

63
13
196
659
4,529

49
37
36
111
45

9.20
11.29
10.47
9.60
7.55

.27
.12
.17
.32
.66

57.2
83.4
73.8
100.0
26.8

55.0
18.1
55.4
6.1
81.9

6.5
.4
8.6
.0
9.3

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Domestic

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

937,370
163,347
294,483
138,502
341,038

119
27
191
668
2,199

41
45
39
46
38

10.04
10.45
10.06
10.29
9.74

.13
.05
.20
.24
.31

82.0
86.1
82.8
91.3
75.6

54.6
37.2
54.1
42.9
68.0

5.6
1.9
10.2
5.1
3.7

26 Total long term

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
. ..
39 More than one month and under a year .
7
40 Demand

1,750,710

4,373

*

6.50

6.30

25.1

76.4

1.2

8.50

690,921
1,360,377
1,225,260

920
150
937

15
119
*

6.85
7.41
6.74

6.63
7.18
6.61

29.4
45.1
23.0

92.1
75.7
99.9

3.8
19.5
4.5

8.53
8.88
8.60

41 Total short term

5,027,267

435

46

6.85

6.66

30.6

84.1

7.3

8.63

3,501,250
1,526,017

601
267

27
135

6.72
7.17

6.51
7.00

33.1
24.9

81.8
89.3

7.9
6.0

8.54
8.82

370,353

197

55

7.58

7.32

41.6

73.3

9.9

8.93

57
46

7.30
8.70

7.04
8.43

30.0
88.6

76.1
62.2

4.6
31.2

8.76
9.61

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

48



296,707
73,646

239
116

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 4-8, 1991
ALL BANKS
1 Overnight6

8,512,037

4,937

*

5.70

.23

6.7

63.4

7.3

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

5,674,042
4,407,110
1,266,933

721
1,059
342

19
19
19

6.48
6.20
7.45

.18
.27
.20

33.9
29.2
50.4

84.1
82.0
91.3

11.6
11.8
11.0

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
....
7 Floating rate

9,933,945
3,934,374
5,999,571

152
160
148

147
110
171

7.48
6.74
7.97

.17
.29
.18

51.8
36.1
62.1

79.5
71.2
85.0

10.3
9.0
11.2

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7 .
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

15,152,616
2,828,925
12,323,690

266
751
232

*
*
*

7.53
6.15
7.84

.16
.25
.15

62.5
30.1
69.9

74.2
84.6
71.8

8.5
25.5
4.6

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

39,272,640

298

65

6.97

.17

43.6

74.7

9.2

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15
500-999
16
1,000-4 999
17
5 000-9 999
18
10,000 or more

19,521,442
382,020
632,464
372,029
3,600,122
3,930,616
10,604,190

571
14
237
683
2,234
6,541
17,848

32
135
103
52
37
23
26

6.09
10.32
8.15
6.70
6.32
6.05
5.73

.28
.20
.15
.19
.09
.13
.12

21.1
74.2
74.0
39.4
33.7
17.4
12.5

72.5
37.5
65.7
73.0
81.4
71.1
71.7

11.3
1.2
7.1
13.2
10.2
9.7
12.8

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100^-499
22
500-999
23
1 ,000-4 999
24 5 000-9 999
25
10,000 or more . . .

19,751,198
1,890,569
3,446,291
1,747,472
4,468,412
2,210,022
5,988,432

203
25
202
682
1,991
6,688
22,510

141
171
152
165
136
109
131

7.83
9.17
8.82
8.48
7.99
7.37
6.71

.16
.07
.02
.12
.09
.24
.55

65.8
79.4
79.7
66.9
61.7
58.9
58.7

76.8
80.2
85.3
85.9
85.6
85.5
58.2

7.0
2.4
5.7
6.0
10.4
9.1
6.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

Fed funds

Months
26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1 ,000 or more

5,089,014

210

44

8.08

.17

73.7

71.2

4.9

Prime

943,589
148,831
133,855
40,332
620,570

90
16
185
730
4,018

41
37
39
49
42

7.82
10,37
9.66
8.62
6.75

.28
.18
.24
.25
.43

67.0
90.4
84.7
80.2
56.7

71.5
27.1
29.9
61.6
91.8

3.0
.0
2.9
2.9
3.7

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other

4,145,425
244,406
661,433
506,116
2,733,470

300
26
222
694
3,560

45
38
57
41
43

8.14
9.79
8.97
8.34
7.76

.19
.21
.30
.12
.32

75.2
85.3
82.5
77.0
72.3

71.2
38.1
50.1
58.0
81.6

5.3
1.4
5.5
7.9
5.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME10
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

8,280,683

7,151

*

5.63

5.59

5.4

62.5

7.4

7.70

4,837,371
5,108,667
6,823,794

2,573
735
1,949

18
116
*

6.09
6.05
5.95

6.03
5.99
5.87

28.4
33.7
44.6

83.2
83.0
63.7

11.8
11.8
12.1

7.87
7.82
7.84

41 Total short term

25,050,516

1,857

38

5.89

5.84

26.3

71.0

10.4

7.79

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

17,992,687
7,057,829

2,483
1,131

27
99

5.84
6.03

5.79
5.94

17.3
49.3

73.2
65.5

11.7
7.2

7.77
7.86

Months
44 Total long term

1,880,736

686

47

6.55

6.46

59.1

79.0

4.6

8.03

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

559,333
1,321,403

434
911

41
49

6.31
6.66

6.26
6.54

54.6
61.1

92.2
73.4

3.9
5.0

8.07
8.01




49

19* Iferms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 4-8, 1991
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

6,892,355

6,982

*

5.70

.18

5.7

60,9

8.5

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

4,341,523
3,451,828
889,695

2,818
4,585
1,129

18
19
17

6.31
6,13
6,99

.19
.29
.23

30.6
28.2
39.7

83.2
80.8
92.7

6.3
6.1
7.0

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
..
....
7 Floating rate

5,298,626
2,112,606
3,186,020

862
2,427
604

133
108
150

6.88
6.16
7.35

.14
.17
.18

47.7
33.1
57.4

87.4
83.8
89.7

14.5
10.3
17.3

Prime
Other
Prime

9,878,668
1,893,860
7,984,807

425
2,060
358

*
*
*

7.29
5.97
7.61

.15
.24
.15

63,4
23.0
73.0

65.6
80.8
62.1

9.7
34,4
3,8

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

Prime

1 1 Total short term

26,411,172

827

48

6.63

.14

39.8

71.7

9.8

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99 . . .
14
100-499
15 500-999 .
16
1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more

14,195,449
18,978
123,469
214,488
2,353,630
2,671,108
8,813,775

4,034
25
235
687
2,273
6,579
18,633

25
122
57
41
33
20
23

5.91
8.82
7.42
6.58
6.33
6.05
5.72

.18
.27
.22
.16
.11
.13
.15

17.5
57.8
46.8
38.3
30.4
17.8
13.0

72.2
51.5
78.4
78.6
83.0
71.7
69.2

11.7
1.7
4,5
7.8
8.5
9.4
13.5

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99 . . .
21
100-499
22 500-999 .
23
1,000-4,999
24 5,000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

12,215,724
546,427
1,229,215
760,698
2,721,302
1,765,663
5,192,419

430
28
205
679
2,147
6,731
23,673

116
164
148
139
127
94
108

7.46
8.85
8.59
8.26
7.79
7.41
6.78

.15
.08
.06
.13
.12
.27
.55

65.6
80.4
75.0
66.6
61.6
64.6
64.3

71.1
72.8
81.0
83.2
83.6
85.3
55.3

7.5
1.8
3.4
7.8
9.4
10.2
7.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

3,522,402

683

43

7.73

.16

72.2

77.8

5.4

Prime

492,526
6,561
21,472
14,163
450,330

1,181
28
253
700
5,975

26
42
52
36
24

6.53
9.60
8.46
8.33
6.33

.30
.44
.29
.62
.52

51.2
84.4
77.9
63.1
49.1

94.3
30.9
60.9
60.1
97.9

2.1
.0
5.5
8.4
1.7

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

3,029,876
- 72,552
355,865
325,172
2,276,286

640
34
235
694
3,693

46
37
48
46
46

7.92
8.78
8.47
8.28
7.76

.12
.09
.15
.14
.35

75.6
85.8
81.1
79.1
73.9

75.1
44.9
55.7
63.6
80.7

6.0
2.1
9.2
8.4
5.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Months
26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1 000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

...

7,718

*

5.64

5.61

4.1

60.0

8.7

7.69

3,913,144
3,514,055
5,050,918

4,613
3,599
4,145

IL8
108
*

6.06
5.97
5.88

6.01
5.93
5.79

27.7
37.5
50.9

82.0
87.0
51.5

5.3
13.6
13.4

7,83
7.72
7.83

4,906

32

5.85

5.80

27.3

67.2

10.1

7.76

13,636,135
5,565,730

5,581
3,784

24
76

5.82
5.92

5.78
5.84

15.4
56.4

71.3
57.2

11.6
6.4

7.74
7.79

1,187,559

41 Total short term

6,723,748

19,201,865

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

2,204

45

6.21

6.13

55.1

79.0

5.2

7.77

407,332
980,227

3,804
1,876

24
54

6.01
6.30

5.97
6.19

49.2
57,5

97.3
71.4

1.6
6.7

7.88
7,73

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
...
46 Floating rate

50



...

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 4-8, 1991
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

1,619,682

2,198

*

5.67

.31

11.0

74.2

1.9

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,332,519
955,281
377,237

211
280
129

21
20
23

7.03
6.44
8.54

.21
.32
.16

44,8
32.6
75.7

86.8
86.2
88.1

28.9
32.3
20.2

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,635,319
1,821,768
2,813,551

79
77
80

162
112
194

8.18
7.41
8.67

,21
.34
.21

56.4
39.5
67.4

70.6
56.5
79.6

5.5
7.6
4.2

Prime
Other
Prime

5,273,948
935,065
4,338,883

157
328
141

*
*
*

7.96
6.53
8.27

.20
.33
.20

60.8
44.6
64.3

90.3
92.3
89.9

6.3
7.4
6.1

Prime
Other
Prime
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

Fed funds
Prime
Foreign
Prime

12,861,468

129

103

7.66

.19

51.3

80.8

7.8

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999 . .
16 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10,000 or more

5,325,993
363,042
508,996
157,541
1,246,492
1,259,509
1,790,415

174
13
238
677
2,164
6,461
14,781

51
135
113
69
47
27
39

6.56
10.40
8.33
6.87
6.31
6.04
5.78

.30
.20
.20
.62
,10
.25
.12

30.5
75.0
80.5
40.9
39.9
16.4
9.8

73.5
36.8
62.7
65.3
78.6
69.9
83.7

10.2
1.2
7.7
20.5
13.4
10.3
9.4

Other
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds
Other
Foreign

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20
1-99
21 100-499
22 500^999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5 QQQ-9 999
25
10,000 or more

7,535,475
1,344,142
2,217,076
986,774
1,747,111
444,359
796,013

109
24
200
684
1,789
6,521
17,047

174
172
153
179
156
201
285

8.43
9.30
8.95
8.65
8.29
7.20
6.28

.19
.09
.06
.15
.16
.45
.78

66.0
79.0
82.2
67.1
61.9
36.5
22.8

86.0
83.2
87.7
88.0
88.7
86.3
77.2

6.2
2.7
7.0
4.6
11,9
5.1
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

1 1 Total short term

Months
1,566,612

26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars) . .
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99 . . . .
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more

82

47

8.88

.18

77.1

56.5

3.7

Prime

451,063
142,270
112,383
26,169
170,240

45
15
176
747
2,153

58
36
37
55
91

9.22
10.41
9.88
8.78
7.87

.30
,19
.24
.35
.49

84.2
90.7
85.9
89.4
76.8

46.7
27.0
24.0
62.4
75.7

3.9
.0
2.4
.0
8.9

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other

1,115,548
171,854
305,568
180,943
457,183

123
24
208
694
3,020

42
39
68
32
29

8.74
10.21
9.56
8.46
7.76

.21
.13
.29
.19
.41

74.3
85.0
84.0
73.4
64.1

60.4
35.2
43.7
48,0
86.1

3.6
1.1
1.2
6.9
4.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
1,556,935

5,427

*

5.57

5.51

11.3

73.3

1.9

7.78

924,228
1,594,612
1,772,876

896
267
111

20
133
*

6.21
6.21
6.17

6.12
6.14
6.10

31.6
25.2
26.8

88.5
74.2
98.3

39.5
7.8
8.4

8.00
8.03
7.86

41 Total short term

5,848,651

611

57

6.03

5.96

23.0

83.5

11.4

7.91

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate . . . .

4,356,552
1,492,099

907
313

36
189

5.90
6.41

5.84
6.31

23.1
22.6

79.1
96.4

12.0
9.9

7.84
8.11

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
.
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months
44 Total long term

493,177

234

53

7.51

7.40

70.7

79.1

3.1

8.74

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

152,001
341,175

128
368

88
37

7.10
7.69

7.03
7.56

69.1
71.4

78.6
79.4

9.9
.0

8.56
8.83




..

51

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 3-7, 1992
ALL BANKS
1 Overnight6 . . .

8,852,551

5,600

*

4.73

.24

5,9

63.0

1.2

Other

3
4

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
Fixed rate
..
Floating rate

6,860,670
5,273,654
1,587,016

873
1,337
405

20
20
22

5.48
5.21
6.40

.18
.25
.24

32.3
26.5
51.5

83.5
81.0
91.7

11.3
8.7
19.9

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
....

9,259,577
3,454,955
5,804,623

147
148
147

155
141
163

6.51
5.92
6.86

.17
.28
.17

59.9
52.5
64.3

82.6
70.1
90.0

11.7
16.2
9.0

Prime
Domestic
Prime

17,092,623
4,417,607
12,675,016

308
781
254

*
*
*

6.10
5.50
6.31

.16
.26
.16

56.7
41,6
61.9

66.0
82.5
60.3

13.5
32.8
6.8

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short term

42,065,420

329

63

5.80

.16

42.7

71.9

10.2

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000=4,999
17 5 000-9 999
18
10 000 or more

21,998,765
447,808
447,427
428,562
3,347,431
3,735,157
13,592,380

638
16
198
662
2,316
6,731
18,904

34
146
107
66
37
41
25

5.18
9.09
7.42
6.32
5.39
5.03
4.94

.26
.25
.20
.39
.05
.10
.16

25.3
76.1
72.5
50.2
29.1
21.7
21.4

72.3
35.5
57.4
75.4
83.3
72.8
71.1

11.7
.3
11. 1
17.3
9.4
7.1
13.7

Other
Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100-499 . .
22 500-999
23
1 000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25
10 000 or more

20,066,655
1,873,627
3,278,056
1,842,735
3,981,468
2,116,783
6,973,986

215
26
201
649
1,912
6,727
24,941

133
154
149
122
135
114
123

6.47
8.10
7,58
7.26
6.94
6.24
5.12

.17
.06
.10
.12
.11
.19
.24

61.8
82.5
77.8
70.0
65.4
51.7
47.6

71.4
84.0
89.0
86.1
86.0
79.0
45.2

8.5
2.4
6.1
11.6
15.0
15.9
4.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

.

...

Months
233

42

6.74

.18

57.5

76.6

12.9

Prime

1,921,688
224,393
172,766
58,944
1,465,585

162
21
210
692
6,640

43
36
42
41
44

6.33
9.53
8.82
6.68
5.53

.33
.12
.26
.29
.28

53.3
94.9
91.6
56.0
42.3

80.7
13.9
60.9
64.4
94.0

21.3
1.6
10.3
6.5
26.2

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Domestic

3,871,792
237,723
631,358
345,444
2,657,267

298
26
220
680
4,753

41
45
44
38
41

6.95
8.43
7.74
7.22
6.59

.16
.14
.12
.03
.22

59.6
85.5
79.6
63.8
51.9

74.5
44.5
69.8
80.6
77.5

8.8
3.4
8.5
17.1
8.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

5,793,480

26 Total long term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1 000 or more

..

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99 . . . .
....
34
100-499
35 500^999
.
..
....
36
1 ,000 or more

•

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME10
8,825,419

8,116

*

4.72

4.69

5.9

62.9

1.2

6.50

5,776,881
4,367,112
8,667,206

4,085
642
2,375

19
153
*

5.06
5.07
4.76

5.04
5.02
4.71

23.3
39.9
39.4

83.4
85.9
50.4

9.3
17.4
11.9

6.51
6.59
6.55

27,636,617

2,133

42

4.86

4.82

25.4

66.9

8.8

6.53

19,502,696
8,133,922

2,942
1,285

29
117

4.86
4.87

4.82
4.81

18.4
42.2

71.9
54.8

10.0
5.8

6.51
6.58

44 Total long term

2,237,453

727

41

5.21

5.16

50.1

90.2

21.1

6.66

45 Fixed rate . . .
46 Floating rate

1,261,121
976,333

865
603

39
43

5.25
5.16

5.19
5.12

40.4
62.7

96.6
81.9

30.1
9.4

6.66
6.66

37 Overnight6
.
..
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7
..
...
...
41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
..
43 Floating rate .

.

...

Months

52



19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 3-7, 1992
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

7,313,490

8,444

*

4.72

.11

3.8

57.4

1.4

Other

3
4

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
Fixed rate
Floating rate

5,603,683
4,623,736
979,948

3,567
5,404
1,370

19
19
20

5.25
5.15
5.71

.17
.19
.24

26.6
23.3
42.0

82.7
80,3
94.3

7.7
6.7
12.5

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,778,871
2,294,739
2,484,132

859
2,147
553

154
150
157

5.77
5.28
6.22

.14
.22
.13

52.8
48.5
56.7

86.5
79.7
92.9

17.1
19.5
14.9

Prime
Domestic
Prime

11,587,794
3,408,457
8,179,337

688
1,804
547

*
*
*

5.79
5.53
5.89

.12
.18
.14

54.1
44.9
58.0

56.8
78.9
47.6

14.6
40.6
3.8

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 1 Total short term

29,283,838

1,179

48

5.41

.13

36.1

66.8

10.4

Other

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18 10,000 or more
. .

17,640,422
43,853
154,698
234,061
2,533,449
2,724,722
11,949,640

3,769
28
233
673
2,321
6,714
19,512

31
123
72
54
34
46
26

5.06
8.00
6.63
5.68
5.38
4.99
4.97

.18
.08
.22
.09
.06
.12
.17

22.7
76.7
60.2
38.4
28.0
20.0
21.2

70.4
64.5
81.0
85.0
80.6
66.1
68.9

12.7
1.6
7-0
8.6
9.8
7.7
14.7

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21 100^-499 . . .
22 500-999
23 1 000-4,999 .
24 5 000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

11,643,417
379,676
1,066,362
678,627
2,133,926
1,598,747
5,786,078

577
30
210
664
2,062
6,802
28,207

118
149
144
131
133
105
105

5.95
7.72
7.31
7.10
6.77
6.23
5.06

.15
.07
.09
.12
.18
.21
.23

56.4
79.8
71.2
61.8
60.4
45.5
53.0

61.2
85.2
89.6
90.0
88.5
82.0
35.1

6.9
1.6
5.6
9.6
13.2
11.5
3.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

3,982,697

1,162

42

6.30

.15

48.9

85.0

16.0

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99 .
.
29 100-499
30 500-999 . .
31 1 000 or more

1,281,753
9,137
30,403
47,005
1,195,208

1,740
24
244
707
7,179

44
37
48
44
44

5.48
8.74
7.28
6.55
5.37

.29
.26
.27
.43
.34

46.2
90.4
69.8
51.2
45.0

97.7
36.6
74.5
74.6
99.6

30.0
2.4
7.2
8.1
31.6

Domestic
Other
Other
Other
Domestic

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99 . . .
34 100-499
35 500-999 . . .
36 1 000 or more

2,700,944
33,599
241,735
209,906
2,215,704

1,004
37
229
695
5,303

40
34
37
35
41

6.69
7.76
7.46
7,20
6.54

.12
.06
.09
.08
.24

50.2
75.6
72.9
59.6
46.4

79.0
70.7
82.9
86.0
78.0

9.3
8.6
12.7
18.6
8.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate . .
10 Floating rate

,

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7
41 Total short term

7,293,607

8,629

*

4.71

4.69

3.8

57.4

1.4

6.50

5,137,714
3,196,368
6,880,124

5,948
4,253
5,723

19
149
*

5.08
4.97
4.70

5.05
4.92
4.65

22.1
43.0
44.5

82.2
86.3
38.1

7.1
21.2
12.9

6.50
6.50
6.51

22,507,814

6,145

37

4.83

4.80

26.0

61.2

9.0

6.50

10.5
5.3

6.50
6.50

16,121,155
6,386,659

6,421
5,543

44 Total long term

1,843,965

4,255

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

1,057,743
786,222

4,635
3,832

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

4.86
4.76

4.83
4.71

17.6
47.0

68.4
43.2

42

5.02

4.96

49.3

94.5

24.7

6.51

38
46

5.09
4.93

5.02
4.88

40.5
61.2

99.5
87.7

35.3
10.3

6.51
6.52

29
95

Months




53

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

February 3-7, 1992
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

1,539,061

2,153

*

4.77

.41

15.8

89.3

.0

Foreign

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,256,987
649,918
607,069

200
210
190

24
24
24

6.52
5.59
7.52

.23
.34
.28

57.5
48.7
66.9

87.0
86,5
87.5

27.1
22.6
32.0

Prime
Foreign
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate . . . .

4,480,706
1,160,215
3,320,490

78
52
95

156
124
168

7.31
7.20
7.34

.19
.31
.18

67.5
60.2
70.1

78.4
51.2
87.9

5.9
9.5
4.6

5,504,829
1,009,149
4,495,679

142
268
129

*
*
*

6.75
5.39
7,06

.22
.41
.17

62.0
30.6
69.1

85.5
94.8
83.5

11.2
6.8
12.2

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate . . , . ,

Prime
Prime
Prime

12,781,582

124

101

6.69

.18

57.9

83.6

9.6

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99 .
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9 999
18 10,000 or more

4,358,343
403,956
292,729
194,501
813,983
1,010,434
1,642,740

146
15
183
650
2,301
6,780
15,407

48
147
117
78
44
28
18

5.68
9.21
7.84
7,10
5.39
5,16
4.73

.30
.28
,26
.66
.08
.14
.14

35.9
76.0
79.0
64.4
32.6
26.3
22.7

80,0
32.4
44.9
63.8
91.9
90.9
87.4

7.5
.2
13.3
27.8
8.0
5.5
6.8

Foreign
Other
Prime
Prime
Foreign
Foreign
Foreign

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1 ,000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10,000 or more . .

8,423,239
1,493,951
2,211,694
1,164,109
1,847,541
518,036
1,187,908

115
25
197
641
1,764
6,505
15,946

146
154
151
119
137
141
168

7.21
8,20
7.71
7,34
7.13
6.25
5.41

.17
.07
.12
.17
.15
.36
,44

69.3
83.1
80.9
74.8
71.2
70.7
21.4

85.5
83.7
88.7
83.9
83.1
69.9
94.0

10.7
2.7
6.4
12.8
17.1
29.4
8.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long term

1,810,783

84

42

7.71

.17

76.4

58.1

6.2

Prime

639,936
215,256
142,363
11,940
270,377

57
21
203
637
4,984

40
36
41
30
43

8.04
9.56
9.15
7.21
6.28

.31
.15
.34
.34
.56

67.5
95.1
96.2
74,8
30.0

46.8
13.0
58.0
24.2
68.9

3.8
1.6
11,0
.0
2.0

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Other

1,170,847
204,124
389,623
135,538
441,563

114
25
215
659
3,127

43
46
48
43
37

7.54
8.54
7.91
7.23
6.83

.15
.13
,20
.15
.20

81.3
87.1
83.8
70.3
79.6

64.3
40.2
61.7
72.4
75.3

7.5
2.6
5,9
14.7
9.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 1 Total short term

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100^-499
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more . . .

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

1,531,811

6,327

*

4.75

4.69

15.8

89.6

.0

6.50

639,167
1,170,744
1,787,082

1,161
193
730

24
163
*

4.95
5.36
4,99

4.90
5.29
4,93

33.5
31.5
19.9

93.0
84.9
97.8

27.0
7,3
7.9

6.57
6.82
6.69

41 Total short term

5,128,803

552

62

5.00

4.94

23.0

91.8

7.8

6.65

3,381,541
1,747,262

821
338

27
L67

4.86
5.27

4,80
5.19

22.2
24.6

88.9
97.4

7.9
7.6

6.55
6.85

.

. . .

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

Months
44 Total long term . .

...

393,488

149

38

6.09

6.06

54.1

70.3

4.1

7.35

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate . . . .

...

203,378
190,111

165
134

41
34

6.07
6.12

6.05
6.08

40.0
69.2

81.8
58.1

2.7
5,7

7.46
7.24

54



19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
comrnitmeiut
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 4-8, 1992

ALL BANKS
1 Overnight6

9,801,367

6,506

*

4.48

.27

8.8

60.9

8.9

Other

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate . .
4 Floating rate

5,927,806
4,382,878
1,544,927

620
1,032
290

14
13
17

5.18
4.70
6.53

.20
.31
.23

23.3
13.7
50.6

82.6
81.0
87.1

9.0
10.4
5.0

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate .

9,498,676
4,071,455
5,427,221

148
153
145

153
112
184

6.36
5.85
6.74

.17
.27
.21

63.0
59.8
65.5

84.6
80.9
87.4

14.1
21.7
8.4

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

13,980,395
2,611,382
11,369,013

246
502
220

*
*
*

6.23
5.11
6.48

.17
.32
.15

67.4
32.8
75.4

68,6
78.4
66.3

10.3
28.7
6.1

Prime
Foreign
Prime

1 1 Total short term

39,208,244

297

61

5.66

.17

45.0

72.7

10.7

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14 100-499 . . . .
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5,000^9,999
18 10,000 or more

20,864,840
516,129
493,785
360,578
3,816,775
3,977,021
11,700,551

554
16
183
678
2,382
6,718
18,678

29
141
111
75
46
24
17

4.87
9.10
7.59
5.63
5.11
4.84
4.48

.29
.15
.24
.24
.05
.13
.12

22.7
77.4
68,3
43.0
35.3
16.0
16.0

71.2
45.5
60.6
74.3
82.2
70.0
69.5

14.2
1.8
5.4
11.1
15.5
12.3
15.4

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1 000-A999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

18,343,404
1,775,314
3,021,335
1,796,099
4,241,619
2,138,041
5,370,996

194
24
199
666
1,977
6,570
23,812

147
163
161
167
143
195
85

6^56
8.05
7.43
7.38
6.73
6.46
5.22

.17
.05
.06
.17
.10
.33
.55

70.4
83.2
76.3
71.2
65.0
57.0
72.0

74.3
83.6
87.0
90.5
87.4
83.8
44.6

6.7
2.5
4.5
7,0
8.3
19.5
2.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

Months
26 Total long term

5,672,136

231

45

7.11

.20

70.6

78.8

18.7

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more

1,266,741
157,943
188,553
123,545
796,700

116
16
205
696
4,845

59
47
51
113
54

7.27
9.83
8.79
8.64
6.19

.36
.20
.26
.57
.35

76.5
90.3
90.6
94.5
67.6

64.7
23.3
48.3
22.8
83.3

8,9
2.4
7.9
22.9
8.3

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Domestic

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
..
..
...
34 100-499
35 500-999 .
36 1 ,000 or more

4,405,395
250,726
575,983
675,806
2,902,881

323
27
211
706
4,030

41
45
53
45
38

7.06
8.44
7.71
7.39
6.73

.17
.11
.04
.20
.33

68.9
85.8
81.4
80.8
62.2

82.8
45.9
64.3
70.7
92.5

21.6
1.8
11.2
9.0
28.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMEJO
9,600,429

8,009

*

4.43

4.41

8.8

61.1

9.0

6.48

4,900,931
4,601,876
6,104,679

3,682
672
2,278

13
116
*

4.60
4.93
4.60

4.58
4.91
4.55

13.6
46.2
57.2

83.5
90.6
48.3

9.4
18.8
15.0

6.50
6.56
6.54

....

25,207,915

2,091

32

4.60

4.57

28.3

67.7

12.3

6.51

....

19,076,999
6,130,916

2,904
1,118

23
100

4.58
4.66

4.56
4.60

18,3
59.3

72.1
54.2

14.8
4.6

6.50
6.56

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight) ,
....
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7
41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate .

.
...

Months
1,209,099

44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




.

....

439

40

5.12

5.07

50.7

85.7

16.7

6.65

499,063
710,036

586
374

42
38

5.28
5.01

5.24
4.95

53.0
49.1

75.0
93.3

4.9
24.9

6.67
6.64

55

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 4-8, 1992

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

7,993,617

8,385

*

4.51

.23

6.3

52.2

10.8

Other

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
...
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate
. ..

4,274,878
3,411,157
863,721

2,905
5,646
996

13
13
16

5.07
4.70
6.57

.17
.19
.23

20.4
12.6
51.5

79.8
78.0
86.9

8.9
9.6
6.1

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
....
...
7 Floating rate

4,738,174
2,305,434
2,432,740

819
2,182
514

129
88
167

5.64
5.22
6.04

.14
.20
.18

51.1
46.4
55.5

87.8
85.4
90.1

7.2
8.2
6.3

Prime
Foreign
Prime

9,271,501
1,984,113
7,287,388

545
1,831
457

*
*
*

5.83
4.87
6.09

.15
.24
.15

64.5
26.1
74.9

59.7
76.9
55.1

11.8
34.9
5.5

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short term

26,278,170

1,042

40

5.27

.14

37.2

65.8

10.2

Other

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5 000-9 999
18 10 000 or more

15,694,321
22,602
110,510
205,993
2,632,624
3,410,697
9,311,895

4,244
27
234
702
2,391
6,761
19,443

19
95
76
70
28
23
13

4.70
7.44
6.24
5.51
5.13
4.82
4.49

.17
.09
.28
.18
.05
.15
.11

16.1
57.9
54.2
40.5
28.1
14.7
12.1

65.8
48.8
77.0
79.4
77.7
66.7
61.7

13.2
.6
3.5
11.0
10.5
13.0
14.3

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23 1 ,000-4 999
24 5 000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

10,583,848
417,212
1,110,304
710,263
2,230,488
1,297,321
4,818,259

492
31
204
672
2,017
6,595
25,735

127
150
143
151
146
151
88

6.12
7.71
7.31
6.95
6.65
6.30
5.29

.16
.04
.04
.11
.20
.44
.56

68.5
80.3
70.9
63.6
55.2
51.1
78.6

65.7
87.0
88.7
90.0
87.5
81.8
40.6

5.7
1.8
4.0
6.4
9.1
12.1
3.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

Prime

Months
3,474,104

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

941

40

6.78

.20

65.2

92.1

23.9

492,970
9,358
26,796
14,779
442,038

26 Total long term

877
27
230
671
6,101

63
47
55
53
65

6.57
9.44
8.59
7.96
6.34

.39
.22
.71
.99
.48

73.0
91.9
84.2
53.8
72.5

90.0
37.4
50.2
27.5
95.6

3.5
.0
2.8
.0
3.8

2,981,133
44,589
238,990
235,532
2,462,022

952
35
232
687
4,993

36
38

6.81
7.70
7.50
7.29
6.69

.13
.07
.07
.12
.38

63.9
85.0
77.2
70.1
61.6

92.4
71.5
80.3
83.3
94.8

27.3
4.4
8.8
16.2
30.6

;}8

36
35

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Domestic
Other
Other
Other
Domestic
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
7,815,361

8,616

*

4.45

4.43

6.4

52.3

11.1

6.48

3,752,869
2,966,097
5,044,801

5,897
3,471
5,190

13
101
*

4.65
4.65
4.53

4.63
4.64
4.48

13.7
37.4
62.2

80.0
90,7
38.3

8.6
7.2
16.2

6.47
6.42
6.50

41 Total short term

19,579,128

5,810

25

4.54

4.51

26.9

59.8

11.3

6.48

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

14,866,358
4,712,770

6,115
5,018

17
100

4.56
4.49

4.54
4.43

13.6
68.7

65.4
42.1

13.7
4.0

6.47
6.48

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
...
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

....

Months
44 Total long term

782,079

3,103

41

4.82

4.78

52.0

95.5

22.4

6.44

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

214,416
567,662

2,959
3,161

47
39

5.04
4.74

5.03
4.68

54,2
51.2

91.4
97.0

3.2
29.7

6.49
6.42

56



...

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 4-8, 1992

OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

1,807,751

3,268

3
4

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
Fixed rate
Floating rate

1,652,928
971,721
681,207

204
267
153

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,760,502
1,766,021
2,994,481

82
69
92

4,708,894
627,269
4,081,625

118
152
114

12,930,075

121

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1 0 0 4 9 9
,0-,9
17 5 0 0 9 9 9
,0-,9
18 10,000 or more

5,170,519
493,528
383,275
154,585
1,184,151
566,324
2,388,656

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10,000 or more

26 Total long

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
11 Total short term

4.38

.36

19.6

99.3

17
16
18

5.45
4.72
6.48

.23
.36
.25

30.7
17.5
49.5

89.8
91.6
87.2

9.1
13.1
3.5

Prime
Foreign
Prime

177
143
197

7.07
6.66
7.32

.18
.31
.19

74.9
77.2
73.6

814
75.0
85.2

20.9
39.2
10.0

Prime
Other
Prime

7.01
5.86
7.18

.20
.39
.15

73.2
53.7
76.2

86.0
83.3
86.4

7.5
9.2
7.2

Prime
Prime
Prime

106

6.46

.18

60.9

86.7

11.6

Prime

152
16
172
649
2,363
6,471
16,191

60
142
118
81
82
31
31

5.40
9.18
7.98
5.78
5.07
4.94
4.46

.30
.15
.32
.29
.13
.23
.30

43.0
78.3
72.4
46.4
51.3
24.1
31.1

87.6
45.3
55.8
67.5
92.4
89.4
100.0

17.0
1.8
5.9
11.3
26.4
8.0
19.8

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Other
Foreign
Fed funds

7,759,556
1,358,101
1,911,031
1,085,836
2,011,131
840,720
552,736

107
23
197
663
1,934
6,532
14,420

164
165
168
175

7.17
8.15
7.51
7.67
6.83
6.70
4.63

.17
.08
.09
.26
.13
.19
.71

72.9
84.1
79.4
76.2
75.9
66,2
15.1

86.0
82.5
86.0
90.8
87.2
86.8
79.9

8.0
2.7
4.g
7.4
7.4
31.0
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

2,198,033

105

54

7.62

.19

79.1

57.8

10.5

Prime

773,771
148,585
161,757
108,766
354,663

75
16
202
700
3,856

56
47
50
121
42

7.71
9.85
8.82
8.73
6.00

.33
.20
.23
.54
.41

78.7
90.2
91.7
100.0
61.5

48.6
22.4
48.0
22.1
68.0

12.3
2.6
8.7
26.1
13.9

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Domestic

1,424,262
206,137
336,993
440,273
440,859

135
26
199
716
1,940

53
47
63
50
50

7,57
8.60
7.86
7.45
7.00

.17
.14
.07
.39
.17

79.3
85.9
84.4
86.5
65.2

62.8
40.4
52.9
63.9
79.6

9.6
1.3
13.0
5.2
15.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

141

285
75

Fed funds

Months
term

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1,000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMElo
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year
40 Demand7

1,785,068

6,121

4.34

4.29

19.7

99.5

.1

6.50

1,148,062
1,635,779
1,059,878

1,653
273
621

15
144

4.45
5.42
4.94

4.42
5.40
4.89

13.4
62.3
33.3

94.9
90.5
95.9

11.8
39.9
9.4

6.58
6.80
6.74

41 Total short term

5,628,788

648

56

4.79

4.75

33.4

95.3

15.8

6.65

42 Fixed rate .
43 Floating rate

4,210,641
1,418,146

1,018
312

46
100

4.65
5.22

4.61
5.16

35.1
28.4

95.6
94.4

18.9
6.7

6.58
6.84

44 Total long term

427,020

171

38

5.68

5.60

48.3

67.8

6.1

7.05

45 Fixed rate .
46 Floating rate

284,647
142,373

365
83

39
35

5.47
6.11

5.39
6.01

52.1
40.7

62.6
78.2

6.2
6.0

6.80
7.53

Months




57

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 3-7, 1992
ALL BANKS
1 Overnight6

8,805,409

6,526

*

4.03

.22

7.0

56.2

8.1

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

7,062,069
5,521,672
1,540,397

965
1,630
392

15
15
16

4.56
4.37
5.22

.19
.30
.22

30.0
22.2
57.7

68.7
64.7
83.4

10.3
8.3
17.3

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6
Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

9,004,833
3,813,018
5,191,815

145
144
146

149
112
176

5.65
5.25
5.94

.18
.29
.22

56.6
43.9
65.9

79.1
74.0
82.8

10.2
9.0
11.1

Prime
Foreign
Prime

14,461,854
3,026,128
11,435,726

304
780
261

*
*
*

5.75
4.60
6.05

.17
.28
.16

66.1
32.0
75.1

63.6
64.6
63.4

17.1
54.4
7.2

Prime
Foreign
Prime

1 1 Total short term

39,334,165

332

59

5.13

.18

44.2

66.4

12.3

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more

21,166,228
423,655
431,936
325,658
3,801,772
3,463,216
12,719,990

603
14
219
681
2,240
6,823
19,930

29
124
144
74
44
21
19

4.42
8.94
6.39
5.16
4.61
4.38
4.14

.29
.10
.48
.07
.09
.14
.15

21.2
78.1
57.9
36.4
27.1
18.0
16.8

62.8
38.7
51.8
77.1
71.0
74.0
58.1

15.0
3.0
2.9
8.3
9.0
12.1
18.5

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23
1 000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

18,167,938
1,571,817
3,061,555
1,588,721
3,748,167
1,676,787
6,520,891

218
25
198
652
1,915
6,971
27,004

139
179
194
219
152
130
75

5.95
7.48
7.01
6.75
6,51
5.62
4.65

.18
.04
.07
.07
.33
.31
.18

71.0
80.7
76.5
65.3
58.8
53.6
79.0

70.6
84.7
88.1
90.5
82.2
72.6
47.0

9.2
1.8
6.3
8.5
9.5
10.5
11.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

. .

Months
26 Total long term

4,186,272

197

45

6.50

.21

62.2

64.8

5.3

Prime

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1,000 or more

1,249,763
153,450
153,177
59,991
883,145

113
16
158
694
5,381

48
39
56
34
49

6.28
9.41
8.57
7.89
5.23

.38
.16
.30
.70
.32

50.3
87.6
80.8
80.0
36.6

51,9
17.4
30.9
37.2
62.5

2.9
.5
2.4
10.9
2.9

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Foreign

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1 000 or more

2,936,509
178,510
503,956
324,709
1,929,333

289
26
212
664
3,793

44
45
41
40
45

6.60
7.71
7.68
6.71
6.19

.18
.10
.36
.14
.31

67.3
85.3
70.0
77.3
63.3

70.3
61.1
60.9
59.4
75.4

6.3
1.8
6.3
10.0
6.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMEI0

41 Total short term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

.

..

8,708,929

8,296

*

4.00

3.98

6.7

56.1

8.0

6.00

6,346,375
5,085,223
6,837,763

4,663
657
3,089

14
119
*

4.26
4.43
4.20

4.22
4.40
4.15

26.4
43.3
60.9

68.1
82.8
39.7

11.0
14.3
28.5

6.01
6.12
6.02

26,978,289

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

2,181

35

4.19

4.16

32.0

59.8

15.1

6.03

19,369,635
7,608,654

3,438
1,130

23
97

4.14
4.32

4.11
4.27

17.3
69.4

62.7
52.5

16.0
12.7

6.01
6.08

1,392,863

623

42

4.67

4.61

32.1

77.8

3.0

6.12

549
728

41
44

63.9
92.6

1.4
4.8

6.14
6.11

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

58



720,980
671,883

4.69
4.64

4.64
4.57

29.9
34.5

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 3-7, 1992
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight6

6,688,354

8,304

*

4.07

.15

9.2

50.9

10.6

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
.. .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

5,537,544
4,293,395
1,244,150

4,083
6,283
1,849

14
14
15

4.47
4.37
4.81

.15
.20
.20

31.6
24.9
54.9

75.1
73.1
82.0

8.6
5.0
20.9

Domestic
Domestic
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate . . .
.
. . . .
7 Floating rate

4,884,831
2,410,385
2,474,446

860
2,127
544

124
103
145

5.17
4.93
5.40

.14
.19
.18

55.3
44.6
65.7

86.6
83.0
90.1

12.7
7.5
17.8

Foreign
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

10,356,312
2,580,053
7,776,259

586
2,258
470

*
*
*

5.32
4.54
5.58

.15
.25
.14

64.7
33.3
75.2

54.6
60.3
52.7

17.8
57.8
4.6

Prime
Foreign
Prime

1 1 Total short term

27,467,042

1,076

41

4.82

.14

42.8

63.5

13.3

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars) . .
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
..
16 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9 999
18 10,000 or more

15,972,187
21,719
130,887
208,422
2,734,003
2,740,246
10,136,911

4,243
26
249
699
2,276
6,845
20,353

24
127
60
62
43
19
19

4.36
6.82
5.54
5.12
4.67
4.41
4.22

.19
.48
.29
.17
.12
.16
.15

22.6
65.3
48.3
35.6
29.4
20.6
20.7

63.2
51.7
74.1
81.8
70.5
69.7
59.0

16.3
.0
5.5
8.9
9.6
10.9
19.8

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21 100-499
i
22 500-999
23 1,000-4,999
..
24 5 000-9 999
25 10,000 or more

11,494,854
432,362
1,136,899
714,246
2,050,433
1,332,721
5,828,193

528
31
208
663
2,044
7,054
29,360

101
173
162
174
133
104
70

5.46
7.23
6.82
6.62
6.08
5.67
4.65

.16
.07
.05
.08
.15
.32
.43

70,9
81.8
69.2
57.7
56.5
54.3
81.0

63.9
87.5
90.6
91.7
84.8
69.5
44.9

9.2
2.2
4.1
8.8
10.5
12.3
9.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

2,534,725

883

6.02

.22

57.8

68.5

6.3

Months
26 Total long term

.

. . . .

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31 1 ,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499
.
. . . .
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

44

Prime

702,366
7,118
19,213
23,007
653,029

1,433
28
208
665
5,941

45
46
43
42
45

5.25
9.64
7.86
7.09
5.06

.44
.39
.54
1.13
.36

41.4
90.2
93.6
53.5
38.9

53.6
22.3
56.2
68.2
53.3

1.6
.0
19.0
21.7
.4

Foreign
Other
Other
Domestic
Foreign

1,832,359
32,538
221,033
162,259
1,416,529

769
37
237
717
4,247

43
34
37
38
45

6.32
7.11
6.85
6.39
6.21

.10
.09
.09
.13
.29

64.1
84.4
74.1
62.1
62.2

74.2
70.3
76.4
78.8
73.4

8.1
7.3
10.6
14.7
7.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMEI°
6,601,185

8,593

*

4.04

4.02

8.9

50.8

10.4

6.00

5,150,794
3,344,664
6,004,075

7,113
3,456
5,945

14
106
*

4.29
4.40
4.15

4.26
4.37
4.10

29.6
46.9
65.3

75.4
87.8
31.8

8.7
15.5
26.4

6.00
6.00
6.00

4 '. Total short term

21,100,719

6,081

29

4.19

4.16

36.0

57.3

15.3

6.00

4*1 Fixed rate
4!i Floating rate

14,838,544
6,262,175

5,877
6,625

20
75

4.17
4.21

4.15
4.17

20.0
73.9

62.2
45.7

17.3
10.8

6.00
6.00

4.55

4.49

33.2

71.9

3.1

6.00

4.46
4.52

31.7
34.8

54.7
90.4

.8
5.5

6.00
6.00

37 Overnight6
3} One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3* .1 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months
41 Total long term
4 5 Fixed rate
45 Floating rate




979,265

3,177

40

508,353
470,912

4,402
2,443

35
45

4.51
4.59

59

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

August 3=7, 1992
OTHER BANKS
..

2,117,055

3,892

*

3.90

.41

.4

72.9

.4

Fed funds

2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,524,525
1,228,278
296,247

256
454
91

18
17
23

4.89
4.39
6.94

.25
.40
.23

24.0
13.1
69.5

45.7
35.2
89.3

16.3
19.8
2.1

Fed funds
Fed funds
Prime

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,120,002
1,402,633
2,717,369

73
55
87

178
127
204

6.22
5.81
6.43

.21
.35
.24

58.2
42.8
66.1

70.1
58.6
76.1

7.3
11.7
5.0

Prime
Other
Prime

4,105,542
446,075
3,659,467

137
163
135

*
*
*

6.83
4.94
7.06

.23
.45
.21

69.5
24.2
75.0

86.4
89.1
86.1

15.2
34.5
12.8

Prime
Prime
Prime

11,867,124

128

98

5.85

.20

47.4

73.1

9.9

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15
500^999
16
1 000=4 999
17 5 000-9,999
18
10 000 or more

5,194,041
401,936
301,050
117,236
1,067,769
722,970
2,583,080

166
14
208
653
2,153
6,741
18,428

43
124
166
90
46
27
17

4.62
9.06
6,76
5.23
4.45
4.27
3.83

.32
.10
.53
.29
.27
.19
.12

16.9
78.8
62.1
37.8
21.3
8.1
1.6

61.5
38.0
42.1
68.6
72.1
90.2
54.7

10.9
3.1
1.8
7.2
7.4
16.9
13.2

Fed funds
Other
Prime
Foreign
Fed funds
Foreign
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100-499
22 500-999
23
1,000-4,999
24 5 000-9 999
25
10 000 or more

6,673,083
1,139,454
1,924,657
874,474
1,697,734
344,065
692,699

108
23
193
644
1,779
6,666
16,120

186
180
202
243
175
221
102

6.80
7.58
7.12
6.86
7.02
5.41
4.68

.21
.05
.12
.11
.44
.49
.68

71.1
80.3
80.8
71.5
61.6
50.8
62.2

82.2
83.7
86.7
89.6
79.0
84.7
64.3

9.2
1.6
7.6
8.3
8.3
3.8
31.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign

26 Total long term

1,651,547

90

47

7.24

.23

69.1

59.2

3.8

Prime

547,398
146,332
133,965
36,985
230,117

52
15
153
713
4,245

52
38
57
29
61

7.60
9.40
8.68
8.38
5.70

.40
.14
.31
.98
.94

61.8
87.5
78.9
96.5
30.0

49.6
17.2
27.3
17.9
88.4

4.6
.5
.0
4.2
9.8

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Domestic

1,104,150
145,972
282,923
162,450
512,804

142
25
196
618
2,927

44
47
45
42
43

7.06
7.84
8.33
7.02
6.16

.20
.10
.42
.12
.56

72.7
85.5
66.7
92.4
66.1

63.9
59.1
48.7
40.1
81.1

3.4
.5
2.9
5.3
3.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight**

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

. .

1 1 Total short term

Months

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1 ,000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
37 Overnight^
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

2,107,743

7,485

*

3.83

3.83

.0

72.8

.4

6.00

1,195,581
1,740,559
833,687

1,877
257
693

17
143
&

4.12
4.49
4.56

4.06
4.44
4.54

12.5
36.4
29.0

36.4
73.0
96.3

20.7
12.1
43.7

6.03
6.34
6.17

41 Total short term

5,877,571

661

54

4.21

4.16

17.4

68.8

14.1

6.13

4,531,091
1,346,479

1,457
233

32
160

4.03
4.82

3.98
4.76

8.3
48.3

64.2
84.1

12.0
21.3

6.03
6.46

413,598

215

4.94

4.89

29.7

91.7

2.9

6.42

5.08
4.69

25.7
34.0

86.0
97.7

2.8
3.0

6.48
6.35

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

60



212,627
200,971

178
275

47
54
41

5.13
4.74

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 2-6, 1992
ALL BANKS
11,489,659

7,587

*

3.85

.22

6.1

52.5

5.5

Fed funds

2 Oie month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

7,142,624
5,542,985
1,599,639

886
1,263
435

19
18
23

4.45
4.29
5.01

.24
.35
.30

37.1
33.2
50.3

83.4
84.9
78.2

14.4
11.4
24.9

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic

5 Wore than one month and under a year ,
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

9,564,119
2,918,977
6,645,142

177
142
197

152
127
163

5.53
5.02
5.76

.17
.27
.22

46.0
43.3
47.2

84.6
71.7
90.3

12.2
9.6
13.3

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate . . .
10 Floating rate

14,038,692
2,321,049
11,717,643

292
576
266

#
*
*

5.84
4.39
6.13

.17
.27
.18

66.9
37.1
72.8

66.2
70.6
65.3

9.4
17.5
7.8

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 0/ernight6

1 1 Total short term

42,235,094

378

57

4.99

.18

40.6

69.5

9.8

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1 000-4 999
17 5 000-9 999
18 10 000 or more

22,271,296
387,457
326,703
414,140
3,836,634
3,989,303
13,317,060

732
15
200
673
2,304
6,695
21,214

24
150
94
113
48
20
13

4.17
8.64
6.27
4.67
4.58
4.12
3.87

.28
.33
.27
.07
.12
.10
.13

21.0
79.3
59.3
37.5
30.1
15.8
16.7

65.0
34.2
54.1
64.7
73.2
65.7
63.5

8.8
.4
8.4
8.8
10.3
12.6
7.5

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds

19 floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20 1-99
21 100-499
22 500-999
2 3 1 000^4 9 9 9
. . .
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

19,963,798
1,587,803
3,179,932
1,516,843
4,271,573
1,815,392
7,592,255

245
26
206
655
1,950
6,783
29,096

136
163
182
157
157
131
99

5.91
7.53
7.06
6.71
6.37
5.44
4.79

.18
.06
.06
.10
.24
.45
.35

62.5
83.7
79.3
72.9
57.8
45.7
55.6

74.7
85.8
85.6
93.3
82.3
73.8
59.9

11.0
2.4
8.2
14.8
13.0
11.0
12.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

13.7

Prime

Months
26 Total long term

4,575,958

178

48

6.36

.18

62.6

74.4

27 1'ixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more

1,364,100
187,779
183,425
52,758
940,138

108
16
201
635
6,244

54
38
78
55
53

5.97
9.28
7.94
6.82
4.88

.34
.16
.34
.29
.37

57.2
91.3
93.1
82.7
41.9

72.3
21.9
29.7
55.8
91.6

5.1
.2
4.5
3.0
6.4

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Foreign

32 Hoating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

3,211,858
241,635
585,898
318,572
2,065,753

244
26
220
658
3,731

46
48
45
40
47

6.53
7.95
7.22
6.83
6.12

.14
.07
.13
.13
.18

64.9
80.7
78.0
73.3
58.1

75.3
48.0
70.9
79.0
79.1

17.4
1.4
6.5
16.4
22.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

10,892,314

8,813

*

3.72

3.71

6.4

49.9

5.8

6.00

6,358,035
5,166,014
5,355,249

3,548
603
2,528

18
143
*

4.09
4.37
3.85

4.07
4.33
3.81

33.9
35.5
58.7

84.2
87.5
43.2

14.4
15.4
13.3

6.01
6.15
6.03

41 Total short term

27,771,612

2,025

39

3.95

3.93

28.2

63.4

11.0

6.04

20,283,305
7,488,307

2,510
1,330

22
118

3.89
4.12

3.87
4.08

18.6
54.2

63.8
62.5

9.2
15.8

6.01
6.09

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

.

..

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




.

1,639,193

615

46

4.56

4.54

36.4

93.8

8.7

6.26

.

843,036
796,157

562
682

50
42

4.47
4.66

4.46
4.62

36.5
36.2

93.4
94.3

4.6
13.0

6.14
6.39

..

61

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Characteristic

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Standard
error4

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 2-6, 1992
LARGE BANKS
7,827,426

8,359

*

4.02

.22

8.5

52.5

7.9

....

5,435,273
4,402,529
1,032,744

3,694
5,438
1,561

18
17
20

4.24
4.18
4.53

.16
.15
.24

37.7
33.8
54.0

90.4
89.4
94.4

9.4
8.6
12.9

Domestic
Domestic
Foreign

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
..
...
7 Floating rate

5,201,561
1,668,877
3,532,684

1,019
1,845
841

131
103
144

5.07
4.66
5.26

.14
.20
.19

34.0
40.6
30.9

90.6
80.1
95.5

12.0
10.8
12.6

Prime
Foreign
Prime

9,849,059
1,885,100
7,963,959

607
1,910
523

*
*
*

5.42
4.24
5.70

.16
.24
,17

64.6
39.5
70.5

60.1
65.2
58.9

9.6
18.5
7.5

Prime
Domestic
Prime

28,313,318

1,193

43

4.74

.14

38.3

69.4

9.5

Prime

....

15,782,557
18,635
119,890
235,365
2,676,567
2,996,221
9,735,880

4,342
26
242
705
2,282
6,539
21,294

18
125
62
53
41
18
12

4.16
6.92
5.35
4,97
4,60
4.16
3.99

.17
.28
.24
.20
.18
.10
.13

22.6
63.6
53.9
51.1
33.7
18.5
19.7

67.2
52.4
71.9
76.6
74.0
63.3
66.3

9.6
7.2
10.1
12.3
10.2
13.0
8.4

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21 100-499 , .
..
....
22 500-999
23 1 ,000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

12,530,761
386,244
1,175,624
723,652
2,155,153
1,412,821
6,677,268

624
32
213
663
2,076
6,824
28,689

116
161
161
167
143
133
95

5.48
7.22
6.90
6.69
6.12
5.69
4.75

.17
.10
.12
.08
.12
.45
.35

58.0
82.2
73.3
67.8
56.6
55.9
53.7

72.2
90.3
91.7
92.1
82.0
73.3
62.1

9.4
2.0
5.1
8.9
11.8
10.7
9.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

....

2,522,013

856

51

6.08

.14

59.6

80.3

20.5

Prime

.,.

550,868
7,153
30,815
21,723
491,177

1,065
25
256
701
5,857

76
44
52
35
80

5.64
8.47
7.08
5.88
5.50

.27
.25
.40
.46
.40

64.9
86,3
79.1
65.5
63.7

82.5
23.8
56.6
71.6
85.5

11.1
.0
6.6
7.2
11.7

Foreign
Other
Other
Other
Foreign

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34 100-499 ,
35 500-999
36 1 tOOO or more

1,971,144
32,889
208,706
195,531
1,534,018

811
37
233
679
4,277

45
34
35
39
47

6.21
7.21
6.95
6.73
6.02

.11
.11
.07
.09
.25

58.1
76.9
71,5
65.2
54.9

79.7
75.1
79.1
78.6
80.0

23.2
5.9
6.0
12.9
27.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight*
2 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
..
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

8 Demand7 . . .
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

...

....

1 1 Total short term
12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
.
....
14 100-499
15 500-999 ,
,.
16 1,000-4,999
17 5,00\V9 999
18 10,000 or more

....

Other

Months
26 Total long term

.

27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29 100-499
30 500^999
31 1,000 or more

,

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMED
7,231,550

8,158

*

3.84

3.82

9.1

48.6

8.5

6.00

5,102,905
3,129,538
4,679,703

6,200
4,165
4,716

17
125
*

4.09
4.16
3.78

4.08
4.13
3.74

36.0
29.9
63.6

90.5
89.8
35.1

8.5
17.7
12.3

6.01
6.00
6.00

41 Total short term

20,143,696

5,833

31

3.94

3.92

31.8

62.5

10.8

6.00

42 Fixed rate .
43 Floating rate

14,423,269
5,720,427

5,691
6,226

18
103

3.94
3.92

3.93
3.89

21.3
58.3

64.4
57.5

10.0
12.9

6.00
6.00

878,046

2,987

61

4.34

4.31

34.8

95.8

14.3

6.00

371,220
506,826

2,755
3,183

81
47

4.61
4.15

4.60
4.10

56.1
19.2

94.3
96.9

9.8
17.6

6,00
6.00

37 Overnight6
38 One month and under (excluding
overnight)
...
...
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

62



.

...

19. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans1—Continued

Characteristic

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 2-6, 1992
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight6

3,662,233

6,337

*

3.51

.26

1.0

52.4

.4

Fed funds

2 O.ie month and under (excluding
overnight)
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

1,707,351
1,140,456
566,895

259
319
188

24
22
28

5.12
4.73
5.89

.28
.41
.33

35.1
30.9
43.5

6L3
67.6
48.6

30.5
22.5
46.7

Fed funds
Fed funds
Domestic

5 More than one month and under a year .
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

4,362,558
1,250,101
3,112,458

89
64
106

177
160
184

6.09
5.50
6.32

.20
.34
.21

60.4
46.9
65.8

77.5
60.4
84.4

12.4
8.1
14.1

Prime
Other
Prime

4,189,633
435,949
3,753,684

132
143
131

*
*
*

6.82
5.03
7.03

.21
.39
.17

72.4
26.8
77.7

80.4
93.7
78.8

9.0
13.4
8.5

Prime
Domestic
Prime

8 Demand7
....
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate . .

13,921,776

158

84

5.51

.20

45.3

69.8

10.5

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13 1-99
14 100-499
15 500-999
16 1,000-4,999
17 5 000-9 999
18 10,000 or more

6,488,739
368,821
206,813
178,775
1,160,067
993,082
3,581,180

242
15
182
635
2,359
7,216
20,998

38
151
106
171
61
28
13

4.21
8.73
6.81
4.27
4.52
3.99
3.55

,32
.34
.44
.25
.16
.13
.11

16.9
80.1
62.4
19.7
21.8
7.5
8.6

59.4
33.3
43.8
49.1
71.4
73.1
55.9

6.7
.0
7.4
4.1
10.5
11,1
5.0

Fed funds
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds
Fed funds
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21 100-499 . . . .
22 500-999
23 1 000-4 999
. . . .
24 5,000-9,999
25 10 000 or more

7,433,037
1,201,559
2,004,308
793,191
2,116,421
402,571
914,987

121
25
202
648
1,836
6,644
32,454

160
163
188
152
172
126
114

6.65
7.62
7.15
6.74
6.63
4.58
5.12

.20
.05
.04
.13
.48
.49
.52

70.1
84.2
82.8
77.5
59.1
10.0
69,2

78.9
84.3
82.0
94.5
82.6
75.4
44.2

13.8
2.5
10.0
20.2
14.3
12.1
30.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Domestic

1 1 T otal short term

Months
2,053,945

26 Total long term
27 1 ixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28 1-99
29 100-499
30 500-999
31 1 000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33 1-99
34 100-499
35 500-999
36 1 000 or more

90

44

6.71

.20

66.4

67.1

5.4

Prime

813,232
180,626
152,611
31,035
448,960

67
16
193
595
6,730

40
38
83
70
24

6.19
9.31
8.11
7.48
4.20

.37
.17
.35
.33
.38

52.0
91.5
96.0
94.8
18.1

65.3
21.9
24.3
44.8
98.2

1.1
.2
4.1
.0
.6

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Other

1,240,714
208,746
377,192
123,041
531,735

116
24
213
628
2,727

47
51
50
41
46

7.04
8.06
7.37
6.98
6.42

.19
.09
.20
.30
.47

75.8
81.3
81.5
86.0
67.3

68.3
43.7
66.4
79.5
76.8

8.2
.6
6.7
21.8
9.1

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate9

Nominal8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIMEl°
37 Dvernight6
38 Dne month and under (excluding
overnight)
39 More than one month and under a year .
40 Demand7

3,660,764

10,472

*

3.51

3.47

1.0

52.4

.4

6.00

1,255,130
2,036,476
675,546

1,295
261
600

23
170
*

4.0S
4.69
4.37

4.03
4.65
4.34

25.3
44.2
24.1

58.8
84.1
98.8

38.2
11.9
20.4

6.04
6.38
6.20

41 Total short term

7,627,916

744

55

3.99

3.96

18.6

66.0

11.5

6.13

42 Fixed rate
43 Roating rate

5,860,036
1,767,880

1,056
375

31
145

3.76
4.75

3.73
4.69

11.8
41.1

62.2
78.8

7.4
25.1

6.04
6.40

Months
44 Total long term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate . .




..

761,147

321

30

4.82

4.80

38.1

91.6

2.2

6.56

471,816
289,331

346
287

27
34

4.37
5.56

4.35
5.54

21.0
66.1

92.8
89.8

.5
4.9

6.24
7.08

63

20. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1992
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per year
Year | Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

3 52
3.25

4 03
3.50

406

3 98
3.50

3 73
3.50

3 82
3.50

3 76
3.50

3 25
3.02

3 30
3.00

3 22
3.00

3 10
3,00

3 09
3.00

2 92
3.00

3 71
3.75
3.80

411
4 07
4.06

4 11
4.11
4.13

428

402
404
4.13

3 87
3.88
3.97

3 91
3 92
3.99

3 43
3.44
3.53

3 38
3.38
3.44

3 25
3 24
3.26

3 22
3.33
3.33

3 25
3 66
3.67

3 71
3.67
3.70

3 62
3.65
3 63

3 99
3.99
3 95

4,01
4.02
3 96

4 18
4,20
4 15

3 89
3.91
3 89

3 76
3.77
3 77

3 81
3 82
3 80

3 33
3.33
3 35

3.28
3.27
3 29

3 13
3.08
3 11

3 14
3.24
3 23

3 20
3.59
3 56

3 68
3.58
3 52

3.62
3.67

3 97
3.96

400
4.02

4.19
4.29

3 92
3.99

3.76
3.85

3 80
3.88

3 32
3.42

3.28
3.35

3 10
3.13

3.19
3.19

3,51
3.51

3.44
3.47

3 64
3.68
3.76

407
4 05
4.07

405

423

3 97

4.25
4.42

400

386

4.13

3 79
3.82
3.96

3 83

4.07
4.13

3.97

3 35
3.37
3.50

3 29
3.31
3.40

3 14
3.13
3.17

3 11
3.26
3.27

3 23
3.58
3.60

3 57
3.48
3.55

3.70

4.06

4.05

4.26

4.05

3.84

3.87

3.40

3.33

3,15

3.30

3.67

3.50

3,43
3 54
3.71

3.80
3 87
3.95

3.84
3 93
4.08

4.04
4 18
4.40

3.75
3 87
4.09

3.63
3 75
3.99

3.66
3 77
3.98

3.21
3 28
3.45

3.13
3.21
3.33

2.91
2 96
3.06

2.86

3.13
3 34
3.52

3.22
3.36
3,55

3.45
3.57
3.75

3 84
3.88
3 84

3.S4
3.94

4.05
4.19
4.37

3.81
3.93
4 34

3.66
3.78
4.20

3 70
3.81

3.28
3.36

365

3.14
3.23
3.28

2.97
3.01

302

2.84
2.98
3.12

3.14
3.35

3.25
3.39
3.57

3.89
4.77
5.30
6.19
6.63
7.01
7,67

4.15
4.96
5 40
6.24
6 70
7.03
7 58

4.29
5.21
5.72
6.58

4.30
5.34
6.78
7 15
7.48
7 96

4,19
5.23
5.81
6.69
7.06
7.39
7.89

4.17
5.05
5,60
6.48

7.26
7 84

3.60
4.36
4.91
5.84
6.36
6.84
7.60

3.47
4.19
4.72
5.60
6.12
6.59
7.39

3.18
3.89
4.42
5.38
5 96
6.42
7 34

3.30
4.08
4.64
5.60
6.15
6.59
7.53

3.68
4.58
5.14
6.04

7.34
7 85

4,63
5,69
6.18
6.95
7.26
7.54
7.97

6.87
7 61

3.71
4.67
5.21
6.08
6.46
6.77
7.44

7.52

7.48

7.78

7.93

7.88

7.80

7.72

7.40

7.19

7.08

7.26

7.43

7.30

609
6.48
6.44

6 13
6 47
6.54

6 30
6.68
6.73

645

6 36

685

625

6.67

6.67
6.57

6 19
6.57
6.49

5 72
6.10
6.13

5.67
6.03
6.16

5 92
6.27
6,25

6 10
6.51
6.41

605

6.88
6.76

6.46
6.36

5 91
6.27
6.22

8.55

8.64

8.75

8.81

8.77

8.71

8.63

8.44

8.29

8.26

8.41

8.51

8.35

8.14
8 46
8.62
8 98

820
851
8 72
9 13

8.29
8 67
8,83
9 23

8.35
8.73
8.89

849

7.99
8.32

8 84

7.95
8.21
8.34
8 65

792

8 56
8 70
9 05

8.07
8 37

921

8.28
8.63
8.81
9 13

822

925

8.33
8 69
8 87

8 84

8.10
8 40
8 58
8 96

7.98
8.24
8.37
8 81

8.52

Item

8 57

8.79

8.91

8 82

8.70

8 62

8.38

8.16

8 11

840

8 51

8.27

7.46
2 99

7 54
2 90

7.54

7.64
3.01

7 75

7.61

7 53

7.47

7.21
2,97

7 14
3 00

7.22
3 07

743

7 45
2 90

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1-2'3

3
4
5

Commercial paper3*5*
1 -month
3-month
..
6-month . . .

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed?*5'7
1 -month
3-month . . .
6-month

...

.

9
10

Bankers acceptances3'5'9
3-month
6-month

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary market3'9
1 -month
3-month . . .
...
6-month

...

..

...

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3'10
U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3'5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3'5'11
18 3-month . . .
19 6-month
20 1-year
.
15
16
17

...
...

......

..

. . .

3.50

401

4.30
4.38

407

304
3.17

361

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities*2
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
..
10-year
30-year
,.

.

...
...
,
..

. . . .
. . .

Composite
28 More than 10 years (long-term)

696

593

690

649

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series*3
29 Aaa
30 Baa
31 Bond Buyer series14
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues, all industries15
Rating group
33 Aaa
34 Aa
35 A
36 Baa

..

. . .

37 A-rated, recently offered utility bonds16
MEMO
Dividend-price ratio17
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

64



....

294

302

299

306

300

8 17
8 31
8 62

849

2 98

20. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1992—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year
Week ending on date indicated
Item

Jan. 3

Jan. 10 Jan. 17 | Jan. 24 | Jan. 31 Feb. 7

Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28

Mar. 6 Mar. 13 Mar. 20 Mar. 27

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1'2-3 . . .
2 Discount window borrowing2*4

4.19
3.50

4.19
3.50

4.01
3.50

3.87
3.50

4.01
3.50

4.17
3.50

3.93
3.50

4.20
3.50

3.96
3.50

4.08
3.50

3.95
3.50

4.04
3.50

3.94
3.50

3
4
5

Commercial paper3'5'6
1 -month
. .
3-month
6-month

4.57
4.27
4.17

4.09
4.02
3.99

4.10
4.08
4.08

4.08
4.07
4.08

4.08
4.09
4.09

4.07
4.07
4.07

4.02
4.02
4.02

4.17
4.17
4.19

4.19
4.20
4.24

4,27
4.28
4.32

4.28
4.29
4.35

4.32
4.34
4.43

4.27
4.29
4.39

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed*'5'1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

4.16
4.07
4.00

3.95
3.94
3.92

3.99
4.00
3.95

3.97
3.99
3.97

4.00
4.01
3.98

3.97
3.98
3.96

3.91
3.92
3.87

4.08
4.07
4.00

4.08
4.12
4.04

4.17
4.19
4.12

4.19
4.21
4.14

4.23
4.24
4.17

4.16
4.19
4.17

9
10

Bankers acceptances3 -5'8
3-month
6-month

4.05
3.97

3.92
3.87

3.99
3.99

3.96
3.95

4.00
4.02

3.95
3.95

3.92
3.93

4.05
4.11

4.08
4.11

4.17
4.23

4.19
4.28

4.21
4.36

4.19
4.31

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market3*9
1-month
3-month
6-month

4.35
4.15
4.11

4.04
3.98
3.97

4.08
4.09
4.12

4.06
4.06
4.08

4.06
4.08
4.11

4.01
4.02
4.06

3.96
3.96
4.00

4.11
4.13
4.21

4.14
4.16
4.27

4.22
4.22
4.34

4.24
4.24
4.41

4.28
4.29
4.50

4.22
4.25
4.42

4.16

3.96

4.10

4.08

4.08

4.03

3.91

4.11

4.16

4.20

4.28

4.30

4.26

3.87
3.87
3.93

3.77
3.81
3.87

3.81
3.88
3.98

3.77
3.86
3.95

3.84
3.92
4.02

3.81
3.87
3.98

3.76
3.85
4.00

3.87
3.98
4.16

3.94
4.03
4.19

4.04
4.13
4.32

4.02
4.16
4.43

4.06
4.23
4.50

4.03
4.18
4.40

3.91
3.91
n.a.

3.85
3.86
n.a.

3.83
3.87
3.84

3.78
3.84
n.a.

3.84
3.93
n.a.

3.86
3.93
n.a.

3.72
3.80
4.01

3.83
3.93
n.a.

3.96
4.08
n.a.

4.02
4.10
n.a.

4.02
4.13
4.37

4.09
4.27
n.a.

4.08
4.27
n.a.

4.14
4.79
5.14
5.98
6.46
6.78
7.45

4.06
4.74
5.12
6.01
6.48
6.80
7.43

4.17
5.02
5.45
6.34
6.76
7.04
7.57

4.14
5.02
5.47
6.32
6.80
7.14
7.65

4.23
5.14
5.65
6.41
6.88
7.25
7.74

4.19
5.07
5.61
6.44
6.87
7.25
7.77

4.19
5.10
5.61
6.50
6.90
7.31
7.84

4.37
5.32
5.82
6.70
7.06
7.44
7.94

4.41
5.37
5.86
6.70
7.04
7.37
7.88

4.55
5.53
6.00
6.79
7.13
7.45
7.92

4.64
5.66
6.14
6.91
7,24
7.54
7.97

4.73
5.84
6.33
7.08
7.37
7.63
8.03

4.64
5.75
6.26
7.00
7.29
7.56
7.97

7.32

7.29

7.49

7.57

7.66

7.69

7.76

7.87

7.81

7.86

7.93

8.00

7.93

6.22
6.54
6.52

6.22
6.54
6.40

6.02
6.37
6.56

6.08
6.42
6.59

6.20
6.54
6.65

6.22
6.58
6.71

6.31
6.65
6.74

6.41
6.80
6.75

6.27
6.67
6.74

6.35
6.77
6.71

6.45
6.88
6.76

6.48
6.91
6.79

6.50
6.94
6.77

32 Seasoned issues, all industries15

8.60

8.57

8.64

8.67

8.70

8.70

8.73

8.81

8.78

8.77

8.80

8.85

8.81

Rating group
'3 Aaa
''4 Aa
•',5 A
',6 Baa

8.17
8.45
8.65
9.11

8.14
8.43
8.64
9.05

8.20
8.52
8.72
9.11

8.22
8.56
8.76
9.16

8.25
8.58
8.76
9.20

8.25
8.60
8.78
9.18

8.27
8.64
8.81
9,21

8.33
8.73
8.88
9.29

8.31
8.72
8.87
9.23

8.32
8.70
8.87
9.21

8.34
8.74
8.89
9.23

8.38
8.78
8.89
9.31

8.36
8.73
8.90
9.25

['17 A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

8.46

8.49

8.58

8.67

8.72

8.71

8.85

8.87

8.72

8.86

8.99

8.98

8.87

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio17
J8 Preferred stocks
i9 Common stocks

7.57
2.91

7.52
2.89

7.51
2.87

7.50
2,89

7.61
2.96

7.57
2.94

7.46
2.91

7.51
2.98

7.86
2.94

7.52
2.99

8.00
3.03

7.69
2.99

7.76
3.01

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3'10
U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3-5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3*5-11
18
3 -month
19
6-month
20
1-year
15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
2]
2?.
2'i
2*2'i
2(t
2'r

Constant maturities}2
1-year
2-year
3-vear
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

Composite
2 i More than 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series13
2? Aaa . . .
3D Baa . . .
3 1 Bond Buyer series14 .
CORPORATE BONDS




65

20. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1992—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
Week ending on date indicated
Item

Apr. 3

Apr, 10 | Apr, 17
Apr. 24

Mayl

May8

May 15 May 22 May 29

June5 | June 12 | June 19June 26

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1-2'3
2 Discount window borrowing2'4

4.09
3.50

3.98
3.50

3,65
3.50

3.47
3.50

3.65
3.50

3.77
3.50

3,84
3.50

3.89
3.50

3.80
3.50

3.85
3.50

3.69
3.50

3.73
3.50

3.72
3.50

3
4
5

Commercial paper3'5'6
1-month
3 -month
6-month

4.25
4.26
4.34

4.11
4.12
4.18

3.95
3.96
4.06

3.95
3.97
4.08

3.92
3.95
4.04

3.88
3.89
3.99

3.85
3.85
3,94

3.83
3.84
3.92

3,92
3.93
4.03

3.94
3.97
4.05

3.91
3.93
4.01

3.89
3.91
3.97

3.89
3.89
3.95

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed3'5'1
1-month
3-month
. .,.
6-month

4,13
4,15
4.14

3.99
4,00
4.00

3.80
3.79
3.80

3.81
3.84
3.79

3.81
3.85
3.81

3.77
3.79
3.79

3.72
3.72
3.76

3.73
3.73
3.73

3,82
3.83
3.80

3.84
3.86
3.85

3.82
3.83
3.81

3.80
3.80
3.80

3.79
3.79
3.76

9
10

Bankers acceptances*'5**
3-month
6-month , . . ,

4.12
4.22

4.01
4.06

3,84
3,89

3.87
3.95

3.82
3.92

3.77
3.87

3,71
3,78

3.74
3.81

3.84
3.93

3.84
3.93

3.81
3.89

3.79
3.87

3.79
3.85

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market^
1 -month . .
3-month
6-month
.

4.15
4.19
4.34

4.05
4.08
4.17

3.90
3.93
4.04

3.93
3.96
4.11

3.87
3.92
4.07

3.80
3.85
4.00

3.72
3.77
3.90

3.76
3.78
3.90

3.86
3.89
4.03

3.88
3,91
4.04

3.83
3.86
3.97

3.81
3.83
3.94

3.81
3.84
3.92

4.21

4.10

4.00

4.04

3.95

3.85

3.78

3.81

3.91

3.94

3.86

3.84

3.85

4.01
4.11
4.27

3.80
3.89
4,06

3.63
3.74
3.95

3.68
3.84
4.11

3.69
3.83
4.12

3.63
3.77
4.06

3.60
3.70
3.93

3.61
3.71
3.92

3.71
3,84
4.06

3.71
3.86
4.08

3.67
3.80
3.99

3.63
3.73
3.93

3.64
3.74
3.94

4.08
4,19
n.a.

3.95
4.02
4.34

3,60
3.73
n.a.

3,69
3.86
n.a.

3.71
3.85
n.a.

3.65
3.78
4.20

3.64
3,74
n.a.

3,61
3,71
n.a.

3.75
3.90
n.a.

3.75
3.90
4.07

3.71
3.83
n.a.

3.66
3.75
n.a.

3.67
3.77
n.a.

4.50
5.53
6.09
6.86
7.20
7.49
7.92

4.25
5.26
5.81
6.69
7.09
7.40
7.89

4.14
5.21
5.77
6.65
7.03
7.38
7.89

4.32
5.40
6.02
6.89
7.24
7.58
8.04

4.34
5.40
6.02
6.88
7.24
7.59
3.06

4.25
5.30
5.92
6.78
7.16
7.50
7,98

4,12
5,16
5.75
6.65
7,01
7,34
7.86

4.12
5.17
5.73
6.61
6.98
7.29
7.81

4.27
5.26
5.83
6.70
7.07
7.40
7.89

4.27
5,21
5.77
6.61
7.01
7,35
7,87

4.18
5.10
5.67
6.56
6,98
7.32
7.87

4.12
5.00
5.55
6.44
6.87
7.24
7.83

4.14
4.96
5.49
6.40
6.82
7.20
7.82

7.87

7.80

7.78

7.96

7.97

7,90

7.76

7.72

7.81

7.78

7.77

7.70

7.68

6.40
6.90
6.73

6.43
6.91
6.66

6.35
6.84
6.60

6.29
6.78
6,68

6.37
6,85
6.69

6.31
6.78
6.64

6.27
6.69
6.54

6.22
6.62
6.51

6.21
6.59
6.58

6.25
6.64
6.57

6.14
6.52
6.52

6.17
6.55
6.46

6.19
6.56
6.42

8.78

8.75

8.73

8.80

8.82

8.78

8.70

8.66

8.69

8.67

8.66

8.61

8.61

8.35
8.69
8.86
9.21

8.32
8.66
8.84
9.19

8.28
8.64
8.82
9.16

8.33
8.73
8.90
9.24

8.37
8.74
8.92
9,23

8,35
8.70
8.88
9.20

8.27
8.61
8.80
9.12

8.23
8.57
8.76
9.07

8.24
8.61
8.80
9.11

8.24
8.59
8.76
9.09

8.24
8.57
8.73
9.08

8.22
8.54
8.67
9.02

8.20
8.54
8.66
9.02

37 A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

8.77

8.78

8.81

8.90

8,86

8.73

8.64

8.68

8.65

8.65

8.65

8.61

8.56

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio11
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

7.78
3.03

7.77
3.11

7.75
2.95

7.76
3.01

7.68
3.00

7.64
2.98

7,59
2.98

7.57
2.99

7.62
3.01

7.61
3.00

7.53
3.05

7.47
3.09

7.51
3.08

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3*10 . . . .
U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3*5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3-5-11
18
3-month
19 6-month
20
1-year
15
16
17

. . ..

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year .
2-year
3-year . . .
5-year
7-year . .
10-year
30-year

Composite
28 More than 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series13
29 Aaa
30 Baa
31 Bond Buyer series'4
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues all industries'5

33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa

66



20. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1992—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
Week ending on date indicated

Item

July 3

July 10 | July 17 July 24 July 31 1 Aug. 7 Aug. 14 Aug. 21 1 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Ffxteral funds1-2*3 . . . .
2 D scount window borrowing2*4

3.87
3.50

3.24
3.00

3.28
3.00

3.22
3.00

3.18
3.00

3.33
3.00

3.24
3.00

3.33
3.00

3.27
3.00

3.33
3.00

3.09
3.00

3.28
3.00

3.07
3.00

3.80
3.80
3.87

3.45
3.46
3.55

3.42
3.43
3.51

3.40
3.40
3.49

3.36
3.38
3.48

3,39
3.39
3.48

3.35
3.36
3.41

3.37
3.37
3.42

3.39
3.39
3.45

3.37
3.37
3.42

3.17
3.17
3.21

3.18
3.17
3.20

3.27
3.25
3.27

3.68
3.67
3.64

3.33
3.33
3.39

3.31
3.31
3.33

3.29
3.30
3.30

3.28
3.29
3.29

3.29
3.29
3.30

3.26
3.27
3.27

3.27
3.26
3.28

3.28
3.28
3.30

3.27
3.25
3.27

3.07
3.04
3.05

3.07
3.01
3.04

3.13
3.05
3.07

3.66
3.72

3.33
3.43

3.28
3.39

3.29
3.39

3.29
3.40

3.28
3.39

3.25
3.32

3.26
3.31

3.31
3.36

3.25
3.29

3.05
3.08

3.05
3.07

3.12
3.14

3.74
3.75
3.90

3.36
3.37
3.51

3.31
3.34
3.47

3.30
3.32
3.45

3.30
3.32
3.43

3.31
3.32
3.44

3.27
3.28
3.35

3.27
3.28
3.34

3.32
3.34
3.45

3.27
3.28
3.35

3.08
3.08
3.11

3.07
3.07
3.10

3.16
3.15
3.19

3.74

3.44

3.35

3.31

3.31

3.31

3.31

3.31

3.36

336

3.08

3.05

3.19

3.48
3.57
3.79

3.22
3.28
3.48

3.19
3.24
3.38

3.17
3.24
3.38

3.18
3.27
3.43

3.16
3.24
3.39

3.11
3.19
3.28

3.07
3.15
3.26

3.16
3.25
3.38

3.10
3.16
3.26

2.91
2.94
3.04

2.89
2.92
3.03

2.89
2.93
3.04

3.59
3.66
3.93

3.23
3.32
na

3.22
3.31
na

3.16
3.24
na

3.18
3.27
3 37

3.20
3.30
na

3.13
3.19
na

3.10
3.18
na

3.14
3.24
3 28

3.17
3.26
n.a.

2.91
2.95
n.a.

2.89
2,90
n.a.

2.91
2.93
3.02

3.96
4.76
5.33
6.22
6.69
7.07
7.74

3.64
4.41
4.99
5.93
6.45
6.90
7.62

3.53
4.30
4.87
5.85
6,40
6.92
7.66

3.53
4.28
4.80
5.74
6.29
6.82
7.61

3.57
4.31
4.83
5.70
6.17
6.67
7.46

3.54
4.29
4.84
5.69
6.18
6.65
7.43

3.43
4.16
4.69
5.53
6.03
6.52
7.34

3.40
4,08
4.59
5.48
6.03
6.50
7.34

3.52
4.25
4.79
5.69
6.23
6,67
7,44

3.39
4.07
4.58
5.48
6.06
6.53
7.37

3.17
3.85
4.35
5.26
5.85
6,32
7.26

3.15
3.86
4.40
5.37
5.93
6.39
7.32

3.16
3.91
4.44
5.46
6.04
6.47
7.41

7.58

7.45

7.47

7.39

7.23

7.21

7.12

7.14

7.26

7.16

6.99

7.05

7.14

6.01
6.37
6.38

5.87
6.26
6.17

5.77
6.14
6.16

5.72
6.11
6.05

5.50
5.87
5.89

5.49
5.87
6.06

5.53
5.90
6.05

5.70
6.07
6.21

5.95
6.28
6.31

6.02
6.35
6.24

5.91
6.26
6.16

5.83
6.19
6.27

5.94
6.31
6.33

8.56

8.49

8.47

8.43

8.34

8.32

8.26

8.26

8.32

8.28

8.19

8.23

8.31

8.16
8.51
8.60
8.98

8.08
8.44
8.53
8.89

8.09
8.39
8.50
8.87

8.06
8.35
8.49
8.82

8.01
8.24
8.39
8.71

7.99
8.22
8.37
8.68

7.93
8.19
8.31
8.62

7.91
8.19
8.32
8.62

7.97
8.25
8.37
8.69

7.93
8.20
8.33
8,64

7.87
8.11
8.25
8.54

7.91
8.15
8.29
8.58

7.96
8.22
8.37
8.69

37 A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

8.44

8.41

8.44

8.32

8.22

8.15

8.10

8,16

8.20

8.08

8.06

8.10

8.17

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio11
3f ; Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

7.53
3.01

7.56
3.03

7.50
2.98

7.42
3.03

7.33
2.93

7.30
2.94

7.29
2.98

7.13
2.97

7.11
3.00

7,19
2.99

7.16
3.00

7.12
2.98

7.14
3.03

3

4
5

Commercial paper*'*'6
1 -month

3-month
6- month

....

6

Finance paper, directly placed3*5'1
1 -month

9

Bankers acceptances*'5*
3-month
. ..

7
8

10

11

12
13

3-month
6-month

....

6-month

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market™
1-month

3-month
6-month

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3*10 . . . .
U.S. Treasury bills 5
Secondary market3*
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3*5*11
18 3-month
19 6-month
20 1-year
15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21

22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities*2
1-year

2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

Composite
28 More than 10 years (long-term)

. ..

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series"
29 Aaa
30 Baa

31 Bond Buyer series14 . .

CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues, all industries15
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa




67

20. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1992—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year
Week ending on date indicated
Item

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

3.41
3.00

3.20
3.00

3.20
3.00

3.05
3.00

2.96
3.00

3.07
3.00

2.91
3.00

2.97
3.00

3.10
3.00

3.37
3.00

2.94
3.00

2.93
3.00

2.94
3.00

Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30

Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4

Dec. 11 |Dec. 18 Dec. 25

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1 >2-3
2 Discount window borrowing2*4
3
4
5

Commercial paper3-5-6
1 -month
3-month
6-month

3.26
3.24
3.22

3.15
3.16
3.17

3.23
3.30
3.30

3.27
3.42
3.44

3.26
3.47
3.48

3.25
3.48
3.49

3.28
3.59
3.60

3.25
3.76
3.76

3.22
3.79
3.79

3.70
3.86
3.86

3.80
3.72
3.73

3.75
3.68
3.71

3.62
3.58
3.63

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed3'5'1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

3.12
3.10
3.14

3.04
3.09
3.11

3.16
3.24
3.21

3.17
3.32
3.27

3.21
3.38
3.35

3.20
3.44
3.43

3.21
3.54
3.53

3.20
3.67
3.63

3.19
3.70
3.64

3.66
3.74
3.68

3.74
3.58
3.53

3.70
3.56
3.51

3.61
3.51
3.50

9
10

Bankers acceptances3'5'*
3-month . . .
6-month

3.04
3.04

3.05
3.04

3.18
3.18

3.31
3.31

3.32
3.32

3.35
3.35

3.47
3.47

3.60
3.60

3.60
3.60

3.65
3.65

3.48
3.48

3.42
3.43

3.34
3.39

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market3*
1-month
3-month
6-month

3.08
3.10
3.11

3.02
3.09
3.10

3.14
3.25
3.27

3.18
3.38
3.39

3.16
3.39
3.41

3.15
3.42
3.44

3.15
3.52
3.53

3.15
3.68
3.69

3.33
3.67
3.69

3.97
3.73
3.75

3.72
3.54
3.56

3.50
3.44
3.53

3.34
3.35
3.47

3.10

3.10

3.29

3.44

3.46

3.46

3.61

3.79

3.78

3.80

3.54

3.48

3.38

2.69
2.82
2.91

2.76
2.88
2.97

2.90
3.01
3.12

2.95
3.17
3.35

2.94
3.19
3.36

3.03
3.23
3.42

3.08
3.30
3.47

3.16
3.37
3.56

3.24
3.43
3.60

3.30
3.45
3.64

3.24
3.36
3.55

3.21
3.38
3.60

3.18
3.32
3.49

2.73
2.85
n.a.

2.67
2.78
n.a.

2.88
2.95
n.a.

2.94
3.10
3.12

2.97
3.22
n.a.

3.05
3.27
n.a.

3.10
3.31
n.a.

3.13
3.37
3.61

3.27
3.45
n.a.

3.31
3.46
n.a.

3.29
3.37
n.a.

3.26
3.43
3.57

3.16
3.32
n.a.

3.02
3.75
4.26
5.26
5.88
6.32
7.34

3.09
3.83
4.34
5.35
5.96
6.39
7.44

3.26
4.02
4.56
5.52
6.09
6.54
7.52

3.48
4.28
4.89
5.83
6.35
6.78
7.62

3.50
4.35
4.93
5.85
6.34
6.78
7.63

3.58
4.44
5.03
5.96
6.47
6.90
7.69

3.64
4.51
5.09
6.00
6.48
6.88
7.64

3.73
4.64
5.17
6.05
6.48
6.84
7.54

3.76
4.69
5.24
6.12
6.52
6.86
7.56

3.82
4.78
5.35
6.20
6.59
6.91
7.56

3.72
4.65
5.19
6.04
6.43
6.77
7.44

3.76
4.72
5.25
6.10
6.47
6.79
7.44

3.64
4.63
5.14
6.03
6.39
6.68
7.36

7.05

7.14

7.24

7.38

7.39

7.47

7.44

7.39

7.41

7.44

7.30

7.31

7.22

5.88
6.24
6.27

6.01
6.39
6.29

6.01
6.42
6.34

6.17
6.59
6.53

6.21
6.64
6.62

6.13
6.56
6.51

6.08
6.49
6.38

6.05
6.46
6.28

6.05
6.46
6.26

5.89
6.24
6.28

5.83
6.16
6.22

5.94
6.30
6.25

5,94
6.30
6.19

8.27

8.31

8.40

8.49

8.51

8.56

8.55

8.46

8.47

8.46

8.37

8.36

8.30

7.93
8.18
8.34
8.64

7.92
8.23
8.38
8.72

7.96
8.31
8.47
8.84

8.04
8.40
8.58
8.93

8.07
8.41
8.58
8,96

8.11
8.46
8.64
9.02

8.14
8.44
8.62
9.00

8.07
8.35
8.52
8.91

8.06
8.36
8.54
8.91

8.06
8.36
8.48
8.92

8.00
8.26
8.39
8.82

7.99
8,24
8.37
8.82

7.93
8.18
8.32
8.75

37 A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

8.16

8.37

8.42

8.55

8.52

8.65

8.49

8.40

8.48

8.35

8.27

8.24

8.18

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio"
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

7.09
3.02

7.09
3.13

7.21
3.09

7.28
3.05

7.31
3.01

7.40
3.02

7.44
2.98

7.41
2.98

7.45
2.94

7.50
2.94

7.49
2.90

7.43
2.91

7.41
2.86

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3-10
U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3-5
3-month . .
6- month
1-year
Auction average3-5-"
18 3-month . .
19 6-month
20 1-year . . . .
15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

Composite
28 More than 10 years (long-term) . . . .
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series13
29 Aaa
30 Baa
31 Bond Buyer series14
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues, all industries15 . . . .
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa

68



21. Stock market: Selected statistics, 1992
A. Prices and trading volume
Averages of daily figures
Indicator

Apr.

Jan.

Feb.

Common stock prices (indexes)
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 ==50)
Industrial
Transportation
Utility
Finance

229.00
284.26
201 .02
99 48
179.29

229.34
286.62
201.55
99.30
174.50

228.12 225.21
286.09 282.36
205.53 204.09
96.19
94.15
174.05 173.49

6 Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)1

415 75

41608 412 56

7 American Stock Exchange
(Aug 31 1973 = 50)2

391.28

409.08 413.74

1
2
3
4
5

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
8 New York Stock Exchange
9 American Stock Exchange

May

224.55
281.60
201.28
94.92
171.05

Mar.

Year

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

228.55 224.68
285.17 279.54
207.88 202.02
98.24
97.23
175.89 174.82

228.17
281 90
198.36
101 18
180.96

230.07
28444
191.31
103 41
180.47

230.13
285 76
191.61
102 26
178.27

226.97
279 70
192.30
101 62
181.36

232.84
287 80
204.63
101 13
189.27

239.47
290.77
212.35
103.85
196.87

407 36 407 41

414 81

415 05 417 93

418 48

412 50

422 84

435 64

404.09

392.63 385.56

38407

382 67

371 27

387 75

392.69

388.06

June

408 27

385 80

202,558 239,903 226,476 185,581 206,251 182,027 195,089 194,138 174,003 191,774 204,787 208,221 222,736
14 171 20444 18,126 15,654 14,096 13 455 11 216 10 722 11 875 11 198 11 966 14 925 16 523

B. Customer financing
Millions of dollars, end-of-period balances
Indicator

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10 Margin credit at brokerdealers3

36,350

38,200

39,090

38,750

39,890

39,690

39,640

39,940

41,250

41,590

43,630

43,990

Free credit balances at
brokers4
1 1 Margin accounts
12 Cash accounts

7,865
19 990

7,620
20 370

7,350
19,305

8,780
16,400

7,700
18,695

7,780
19,610

7,920
18 775

8,060
18 305

8,060
19 650

8,355
18 700

8,500
19 310

8,970
22 510

C. Margin requirements
Percent of market value and effective date5

Mar. 11, 1968

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

70
50
70

Type of security or sale

80
60
80

65
50
65

55
50
55

65
50
65

50
50
50

13 Margin stocks
14 Convertible bonds
15 Short sales .

22. Selected assets and liabilities of SAIF-insured institutions, 1992
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6
7

Mortgages .
Mortgage-backed securities
Contra- assets to mortgage assets'
Commercial loans
Consumer loans
Centra-assets to non-mortgage
loans2
8 Cash and investment securities
9 Other3

Feb.

| Mar. | Apr. | May | June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

909,014 906,142 883,407 872,026 870,334 861,517 856,390 856,165 847,235 846,730 840,605 832,039

1 Assets
,.

545,728 541,734 529,158 524,954 521,911 516,654 512,264 512,077 508,815 502,863 496,974 490,558
127,371 127,766 125,272 124,763 124,225 123,282 122,385 120,438 119,715 120,715 120,292 122,171
11 917 11 608
10 979
10 959
11 120 11 282 11 044 11 164 11 073 11 207 10 509 12 742
16,827 16,050 15,400 15,075 14,607 14,020 13,929 13,525 13,419 13,630 13,180
8,109
40,857 39,908
38,717 37,999 37,868 37,403 37,230 37,123 36,732 35,938 36,019 36,362
1,314
1,115 -1,008
980
949
944
910
932
982
931
845
1,083
118,610 121,969 119,543 116,462 120,763 119,539 120,220 124,140 120,684 126,719 127,893 132,210
72,653 71,637 67,387 64,711 63,030 62,844 62 317 60,958 59,925 59,002 57,600 41,695

10 Liabilities and net worth

909,014 906,142 883,407 872,026 870,334 861,517 856,390 856,165 847,235 846,730 840,605 832,039

11
12
13
14
15
16

721 099 717 026 703 811 689 777 688 199 682 535 676 141 672 354 667 027 660 906 654,047 650,010
119,915 118,554 110,031 111,262 110,126 108,943 109,036 110,109 110,022 114,123 114,354 114,980
62,642 63,138 62,628 62,268 61,439 62,760 62,359 62,225 64,105 63,065 64,742 64,615
57 273 55 416 47,403 48,994 48,687 46,183 46,677 47 884 45,917 51,058 49,612 50,365
18,941 21,329 18,295 18,883 19,626 17,740 18,570 20,523
18,017 19,853 20,406 16,078
49,009 49,233 51,271 52,103 52,383 52,299 52,642 53,178 52,169 51,846 51,798 50,867

Deposits
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Other
Net worth




69

23, Selected assets and liabilities of life insurance companies, 19921
Millions of dollars, end of period

Ql

, .

Securities
2 Government
3 United States2
4 State and local
5 Foreign3
6 Business . . . .
7
Bonds
8 Stocks . . .

,.

....

9 Mortgages
10 Real estate . .
1 1 Policy loans
12 Other assets . .

Q4

1,643,699

1,672,792

288,271
257 940
10,461
19 870
831,135
658 512
172 623

302,448
270 085
11,013
21 350
851 667
671 671
179996

312,464
279,204
1 1 ,735
21 525
872,567
685 418
187,149

263,269
47,749
66900
1 14,957

.. .

Q3

1,611,440

279,675
251,334
10,355
17 986
808,183
640478
167,705

..

Q2

1,580,733

Account
1 Assets

259 266
48,523
67 973
1 16,272

253 843
48,875
69 420
117 446

246,537
50,388
72024
118,807

Mar.

Apr.

24. Federal fiscal and financing operations, 1992
Millions of dollars
Type of account or operation

Fiscal
year1

Calendar year
Year

HI

H2

Jan.

Feb.

1,090,513
788,087
302,426
1,380,657
1,128,318
252,339
-290,144
-340,231
50,087

1,100,856
795,784
305,072
1,427,655
1,146,477
281,177
-326,798
-350,693
23,895

560,350
395,982
164,368
704,288
577,030
127,258
-143,938
-181,048
37,110

540,506
399,802
140,704
723,367
569,447
153,919
-182,860
-169,645
-13,215

104,037
79,883
24,154
119,697
97,137
22,560
-15,660
-17,254
1,594

62,752
38,986
23,766
111,926
88,704
23,222
-49,174
-49,718
544

72,132
45,568
26,564
122,844
99,899
22,945
-50,712
-54,331
3,619

138,357
103,332
35,025
123,760
102,724
21,036
14,597
608
13,989

310,918
- 17,305
-3,469

302,416
18,892
5,490

145,388
1,735
-3,185

157,028
17,157
8,675

11,449
925
3,286

21,351
30,975
-3,152

50,138
-2,961
3,535

6,292
-21,262
373

58,789
24,586
34,203

29,890
7,492
22,399

47,047
13,630
33,417

29,890
7,492
22,399

47,857
10,828
37,028

16,882
5,477
11,405

19,843
6,846
12,997

41,105
4,692
36,413

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 loan accounts

May

June

July

Aug.

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 loan accounts

70



62,189
36,812
25,377
108,963
86,276
22,687
-46,774
-49,464
2,690

120,883
91,401
29,482
117,098
102,290
14,808
3,785
- 10,889
14,674

79,056
55,953
23,103
122,204
99,913
22,291
-43,148
-43,960
812

78,106
55,322
22,784
102,810
79,018
23,792
-24,704
-23,696
-1,008

118,189
92,658
25,531
112,728
86,713
26,015
5,461
5,945
-484

76,832
55,056
21,776
125,627
103,786
21,841
-48,795
-48,730
-65

74,633
51,219
23,414
107,361
83,442
23,919
-32,728
-32,223
-505

113,690
89,594
24,0%
152,637
116,575
36,061
-38,946
-26,981
-11,965

33,840
20,977
-8,043

22,318
-26,919
816

26,839
9,542
6,767

38,841
1,523
-15,660

9,853
-22,807
7,493

-1,552
39,420
10,927

61, 969
-7,346
-21,895

21,078
-3,175
21,043

20,128
5,583
14,545

47,047
13,630
33,417

37,505
6,923
30,581

35,982
6,232
29,749

58,789
24,586
34,203

19,369
4,413
14,956

26,715
6,985
19,729

29,890
7,492
22,399

25. U.S. budget, 19921
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars, calendar years
Source or type
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
contributions2
11
Self-employment 3
taxes and
contributions . ,
12 Unemployment insurance . .
13 Other net receipts4 . . .
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes . . . .
Miscellaneous receipts5

Year

Jan.

1,100,836 104,037

Apr.

Feb.

Mar.

62,752

72,132 138,357

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

62,189 120,883

79,056

78,106 118,189

76,832

74,633 113,690

May

June

Sept.

Dec.

483,547
414,459

60,748
36,047

23,102
33,941

19,649
35,728

67,992
30,112

12,012
29,470

53,073
33,570

35,192
34,034

34,718
32,584

55,496
33,184

37,287
34,515

33,097
33,085

51,171
48,189

30
150,366
81,319

0
25,601
900

5
1,057
11,901

8
3,924
20,011

-6
56,861
18,975

17
2,447
19,922

-4
21,105
1,599

3,008
1,851

8
3,184
1,058

1
24,161
1,850

0
3,581
809

0
1,772
1,760

0
3,665
683

119,704
16,622

3,857
1,147

2,348
1,297

13,547
2,702

16,692
2,494

3,607
915

21,631
848

3,890
1,087

2,443
864

21,365
U469

4,291
2,194

2,312
833

23,721
772

417,168

31,835

32,284

34,240

47,463

40,365

38,382

31,723

33,142

33,322

29,594

32,900

31,918

388,868

30,797

29,964

33,557

44,432

32,005

37,355

29,514

28,996

32,597

28,135

30,264

31,252

24,422 -1,361
23,467
619
4,834
419

1,472
1,945
375

1,853
265
417

12,588
2,608
424

1,472
7,991
369

4,410
642
385

0
1,770
439

0
3,762
384

3,988
316
409

0
1,034
426

0
2,270
366

0
245
421

45,845
17,643
11,434
22,162

3,340
1,367
925
3,112

3,390
1,291
729
906

4,122
1,413
875
990

3,871
1,374
1,477
1,982

3,439
1,224
852
1,604

4,227
1,477
843
2,098

3,546
1,658
962
3,179

4,051
1,579
827
2,213

4,093
1,552
1,004
2,831

3,670
1,666
1,027
1,491

4,082
1,503
954
618

4,014
1,539
959
1,140

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

B. Outlays
Millions of dollars, calendar years
Source or type
18 All types
19 National defense
20 International affairs
21 General science, space, and
technology
22 Energy
23 Natural resources and
environment
24 Agriculture
25 Commerce and housing
credit
26 Transportation
27 Community and regional
development
28 Education, training,
employment, and social
services

Year

Mar.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,427,655 119,697 111,926 122,844 123,760 108,963 117,098 122,204 102,810 112,728 125,627 107,361 152,637
302,566
18,451

25,727
1,758

24,316
1,211

22,945
1,674

23,913
2,600

24,313
367

25,851
930

30,180
684

21,238
186

25,842
1,727

27,412
2,126

20,819
4,018

30,010
1,170

16,472
4,551

1,308
-23

1,312
254

1,592
411

1,387
348

1,401
312

951
140

1,417
275

1,352
508

1,159
665

1,410
607

1,612
529

1,571
525

20,218
16,407

1,224
891

1,234
1,055

1,397
1,526

1,665
1,747

1,455
1,629

1,619
678

1,677
468

1,516
381

1,742
195

3,341
2,270

1,801
2,139

1,540
3,428

7,772
34,150

4,718 -1,850
2,543
2,112

9,127
2,459

5,157 -3,256
2,463
2,744

1,719
3,352

846 -2,721
3,144
2,818

585 -2,262 -2,417 -1,874
2,983
3,618
2,933
2,981

8,443

600

540

743

763

619

638

676

570

764

1,028

728

774

44,689

4,375

3,750

3,643

4,731

3,259

4,009

3,125

3,492

2,233

3,797

3,882

4,393

29 Health
30 Social security and Medicare . .
31 Income security

91,387
437,609
203,230

6,692
33,570
17,624

6,970
32,921
19,134

7,593
33,485
18,797

7,533
34,270
18,275

6,731
33,808
17,250

8,645
37,446
13,457

7,164
35,553
18,283

7,593
33,593
14,506

8,834
34,460
14,793

8,021
35,320
18,300

7,420
33,346
14,188

8,191
59,837
18,623

32 Veterans benefits and
services
33 Administration of justice
34 General government
35 Net interest*
36 Undistributed offsetting
receipts7

34,158
14,718
13,188
198,710

2,465
1,052
877
17,441

3,141
1,146
776
16,754

1,833
1,131
879
16,841

2,927
1,518
675
16,831

2,704
1,188
387
16,840

2,527
1,400
1,456
15,454

4,010
1,217
411
16,670

1,369
1,155
917
17,274

3,213
1,277
1,869
115,435

4,078
1,121
2,529
16,463

1,743
1,277
106
16,148

4,148
1,236
2,306
16,559




-39,143 -3,146 -2,852

-3,237 -3,035 -2,787 -3,172

-3,597 -2,937 -5,847 -2,796 -2,954 -2,783

71

26. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation, 1992
Billions of dollars, period averages
Item

Q3

Qi

Q2

1 Federal debt outstanding

3,897

4,001

4,083

4,196

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies

3,881
2 918
964

3,985
2977
1,008

4,065
3 048
1,016

4,177
3 129
1,048

16
16

16
16
0

18
18
0

19
19

5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

...

04

...

o

8 Debt subject to statutory limit . . .

3,784

3,891

3,973

4,085

3,783
0

3 890
0

3,972
0

4085
0

4,145

4,145

4,145

4,145

Ql

Q2

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1 . . .

....

MEMO
1 1 Statutory debt limit

o

27. Gross public debt of the U.S. TVeasury: Types and ownership, 1991-92
Billions of dollars, end of period

Ql

Q2

Q4

Q3

...

By holder4
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
21 Other companies
22 State and local treasuries
Individuals
23
Savings bonds
24
Other securities
25
Foreign and international5 . . . .
26
Other miscellaneous investors'*

72



|

Q4

3,465.2

1 Total gross public debt
By type
2 Interest-bearing
3 Marketable .
4
Bills
5
Notes . . .
....
6
Bonds
1
7 Nonmarketable
.
8
State and local government series
9
Foreign issues2
10
Government
11
Public
12
Savings bonds and notes 3
13
Government account series
14 Non-interest-bearing

Q3
1992

1991

3,538.0

3,665.3

3,801.7

3,881.3

3,984.7

4,064.6

4,177.0

3441 4
2,227.9
533 3
1 2804
399.3
1 213 5
159.4
42 8
42.8

3 662 8
2,390.7
564 6
1,387.7
423 .4
1 272 1
158.1
41 6
41.6

3 798 9
2471 6
5904
1 430 8
435.5
1 327 2
159.7
41 9
41.9

3 878 5
2,552.3
615 8
1,477.7
443.8
1 3262
157.8
420
42.0

3 981 8
2,605.1
618 2
1 517 6
454.3
1 3767
161.9
38 7
38.7

127.7
853 1
23.8

3 516 1
2268 1
521 5
1 320 3
411.2
1 248 0
161.0
42 1
42.1
0
131.3
883 2
21.9

133.5
9084
2.5

135.9
959 2
2.8

139.9
956 1
2.8

143.2
1 002 5
2.9

4061 8
2,677 5
634 3
1,5664
461.8
1 384 3
157.6
37 0
37.0
0
148 3
1 Oil 0
28

4 173 9
2,754.1
657 7
1608.9
472.5
1 419 8
153.5
37 4
37.4
0
155.0
1 043 5
3.1

866 8
247.3
2,360.6
188.5
65.4
145.3
114.9
510.4

895 1
255.1
2 397 9
197.3
55 4
151.7
130 8
510.8

9196
264.7
2 489.4
218.6
64 5
163,0
1420
512.9

968 7
281.8
2563 2
233.4
800
168.7
150 8
520.3

963 7
267.6
26640
256.6
84 0
176.9
1660
521.8

1 007 9
276.9
2 7124
267.3
79 4
1808
175 0
528 5

1 016 3
296 4
2 765 5
286 7
79 8
181 6
180 8
530 0

1 047 8
302.5
2 839 9
292.0
80 6
183.0
192 5
532.0

129.7
108 6
427.6
670 2

133.2
110 3
436.9
671 6

135.4
122 1
440.6
690 3

138.1
125 8
455 0
691 1

142.0
126 1
471.2
719 5

145,4
129 7
492 9
713 5

150 3
1309
499 0
726 3

157 3
131 9
512 5
758 1

o

o

o

o

o

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921
A. Transactions
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value

Feb.

Jan.

Item

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

| Nov.

Dec.

2

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3 5 to 7 5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3 5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
AH others3

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities
12
Debt
13
Mortgage-backed
Customers
14 U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities
15
Debt
16
Mortgage-backed
11

37 212 36,927 36,555 40,313 41,651 39 314

39 884 35 527 41 392

46 769

43 954 42 358

37,879 42,881 45,248 41 ,727
31,275 43,377 36675 37 762
13,912 19,672 22,295 20,476
1 1 ,926 16 135 16 540 14 240

49,540
45 744
20,425
14 672

52,682
39 524
18,196
13 855

36,143
28 723
13 054
11 093

4 822
711
1 037

5 450
470
751

5 635

587
803

13 806 13 340 14492
4,110 3 399 3 399

16013
3 106

48,693
43 820
19,367
17 455

50,004
32,906
17,537
14,718

42,685
31,442
13,835
13,122

45,264
32,994
13,123
11,899

50,118
34,305
18,162
14,862

5,301

5,702

4,585

4,518

3,977

4,461

4,334

4 343

615
596

618
667

4 972

712
600

539
514

513
553

670
646

684
536

652
681

13 669 12,359 12,503 1 1 ,948 12,950 14 190
2,948 2,646 2,499 2,952 3,586 3,865

105,664 95,816 87,201 89,144 99,351 83,394
1 456
7,284

1,463
6,590

1,239
7,054

1,199
6,681

1,023
7,292

1,007
8,405

60,884 56,276 50,438 54,448 59,747 50,912

551
827

17 254 14 208
3 551 3 122

101,223 99 904 98 699 115221 106377 80 470
1 016
7,240

1 367
7,552

1 691
8,254

60,726 56,381 56,898

61,929

61,832 50,899

4,878
10 866

5,482
1 1 040

5,737
9 413

1 097
8,021

5,178
9 332

5,451
8,416

4,630
7,949

4,630
8,219

4,007
9,245

4,520
9,651

4,554
9 895

4,548 4,995
9498 10 339

3 992

2 354

1 190
9,765

1 275
7,917

FUTURES AND FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7 5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
Others3

4 202

4,728

3,305

2 997

2 942

2 887

2 969

3 689

3 242

2 464

2,177 2,014
1 446 1,311
1,720 1,928
11 407 10,178

1,826
1,323
1,332
8,875

1,710
900
6,333

2,327
1,362
1,281
8,763

1,715
1,391
1,319
6,575

1,762 2,216 1,915
1 326 1 329 1 853
1,969 2,714 2,930
9 621 10 152 10080

2,253
1 309
3,050
10 612

2,221
1 969
3,548
8 782

1,637
1 179
2,336
6427

38
44
51

54
36
37

68
67
12

27
42
19

45
63
22

67
88
13

67
66
20

161
117
16

97
48
18

16,933 16,746 17,299
3,246 1,989 1,770

18,011
1,613

1,431

1,084

433

618
825

1,663
824
817
1 607
344

67
75
26

876

17,241 14,856 14,143 12,638 13,255 12,869
2,099 2,299 2,114 2,311 2,441 2,657

20
61
37

81
147
44

15 801 11 895
1,132
829

OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS5

By type of underlying security
U.S. Treasury, coupon securities, by maturity
27 Less than 3.5 years
28 3 5 to 7 5 years
29 7 5 to 15 years
30
15 years or more
31 Federal agency, mortgage-backed, pass-through
securities




1,527

1,809

1,222

1,369

1,222

1,255

1,550
2,520

1 054
2,795

2,009

1,317
837
742
1 623

499

343

452

299

368
750

314
718

402
396

269
482

265
546

317
484

635
685

2,618

2,655

1,989

2,148

2,803

1,576

791

722

356

253

404

389

1,401

378
341
820
338

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28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday
Item
Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

33,803

30,858

38,144

42,544
33,283
14,483
12,385

41,682
29,306
12,516
12,277

38,399
30,807
11,920
12,100

4,010
711
654

4,285
570
762

4,955
486
626

4,833
567
458

9,800
2,664

14,170
3,090

16,382
1,847

10,350
1,814

10,290
3,310

91,728

96,260

93,941

85,834

81,295

81,072

1,037
5,957

1,437
7,212

1,521
5,892

1,146
8,244

1,147
8,217

1,188
6,390

1,322
5,815

Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

Mar. 11 Mar. 18

32,335

32,442

39,257

37,948

34,829

41,031

41,049

50,942
40,483
18,515
14,787

44,856
32,179
16,010
14,548

51,448
32,056
21,860
13,809

51,306
33,518
18,885
19,831

50,530
33,559
14,364
11,672

50,196
33,266
14,253
14,638

42,751
31,151
15,785
14,612

5,060
663
597

6,276
620
622

5,918
515
664

6,017
733
545

4,540
500
424

6,431
563
633

5,094
830
875

14,354
3,200

10,624
2,978

10,593
2,732

13,566
2,955

13,010
2,076

12,714
2,736

89,504 101,665

98,125

1,281
5,748

1,914
7,257

50,531

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

33,151
49,736
44,476
18,752
18,481

2

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
37,021 47,436
1 Bills . . .
Coupon securities, by maturity
35,863 59,975
2 Less than 3 5 years
3 3.5 to 7 5 years
41,188 53,921
16,713 24,708
4 7.5 to 15 years
16,784 21,137
5 15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
6,009 3,562
704
678
7
3.5 to 7.5 years
885
611
8
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
16,940 14,124
3,242
2,507
10
All others3

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury securities . . . 90,502 131,312 102,953 103,810
Federal agency securities
1,534
1,216
1,344
1,779
12
Debt
7,142
8,691
8,303
5,818
13
Mortgage-backed
Customers
14 U.S. Treasury securities . . . 57,067 75,866 61,643 53,252
Federal agency securities
5,984
15
Debt .
3,909
4,976
5,546
7,784
10,756 10,224
9,251
16
Mortgage-backed
11

56,766

63,362

53,226

57,123

51,407

50,665

45,344

50,297

5,816
7,576

5,381
9,265

4,427
9,129

6,191
8,238

5,278
6,573

4,228
9,016

4,469
10,012

4,879
5,774

4,536
7,785

FUTURES AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS*
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
17 Bills . . . .
Coupon securities, by maturity
18 Less than 3 5 years
19 3.5 to 7.5 years
20 7.5 to 15 years
21 15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
22
Less than 3 5 years
23
3,5 to 7.5 years
24
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
25
Pass-throughs
26
Others3

5,801

2,994

2,989

4,152

3,570

3,179

3,870

4,503

7,619

6,484

4,335

2,388

3,781

1,619
1,220
1,372
10,160

2,600
1,851
2,078
14,160

2,131
1,390
1,859
11,839

2,552
1,477
1,680
10,259

1,667
1,032
1,516
9,653

1,836
1,118
2,639
8,985

2,470
1,172
2,077
12,313

1,955
1,528
1,365
9,614

2,215
1,946
1,877
11,087

1,930
1,487
1,510
9,385

1,743
1,402
1,330
9,209

1,771
992
1,004
7,710

1,575
968
i,U2
7,615

4
10
7

28
160
51

285
71
38

17
55
8

14
79
33

22
50
103

15
8
20

97
49
49

10
33
12

11
25
28

142
37
55

62
43
59

21
41
15

16,120
1,225

22,000
2,094

14,748
2,288

15,722
2,657

16,928
2,523

18,787
2,653

12,576
1,693

11,909
2,302

13,844
2,287

16,000
1,646

14,989
2,132

13,333
1,999

12,003
2,690

1,332
507
575
2,304

1,973
492
490
2,350

1,560
210
696
3,057

1,390
211
1,323
2,877

1,177
423
516
2,543

1,478
186
522
2,212

2,626
262
678
2,924

2,192
397
1,235
3,253

991
368
302
1,899

1,212
461
277
1,972

1,693
752
314
2,412

940
216
424
1,825

1,169
148
684
1,756

1,758

601

402

438

508

1,287

552

555

385

458

451

193

294

OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS5

27
28
29
30
31

By type of underlying security
U.S. Treasury, coupon
securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency, mortgagebacked, pass-through
securities

74



28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday
Item

May 6

May 13

May 20

38,531

39,496

47,244

46,448
32,738
15,425
13,096

48,922
26,767
18,474
13,723

57,920
36,169
21,297
17,424

4,921
572
367

4,165
498
416

10,189
2,366

10,071
3,335

9,241
3,749

Apr. 8

Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

46,265

43,263

33,788

41,172
34,638
12,516
10,870

49,269
38,199
12,545
12,866

44,808
28,083
11,177
10,358

3,918
833
605

4,275
762
890

4,965
753
604

15,268
3,234

13,138
2,642

95,526

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

41,575

36,564

42,345

35,994

53,667
37,369
19,127
14,827

44,298
37,178
14,821
14,431

35,771
31,317
13,966
11,682

36,230
25,053
11,871
11,545

3,603
730
668

4,100
497
596

3,996
374
306

4,192
578
538

14,183
4,162

16,281
3,862

10,938
2,646

93,228 111,426

June 24

July 1

38,907

35,890

45,977

33,465
28,140
14,149
11,570

44,694
36,188
14,481
13,419

38,519
36,800
15,414
11,163

3,523
496
508

3,958
618
585

4,513
449
620

6,398
433
494

12,985
3,008

14,604
3,522

16,354
3,980

13,885
4,213

12,255
4,356

2

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2 Less than 3.5 years
3 3 5 to 7 5 years
4 7.5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
7
3.5 to 7.5 years
8
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3

11
12
13
14
15
16

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury securities . . . 90,527
Federal agency securities
Debt
1,202
Mortgage-backed
7,735
Customers
U.S. Treasury securities . . . 54,935
Federal agency securities
4,154
Debt
10,768
Mortgage-backed

80,795

90,524

102,876

92,974

85,346

76,406

79,161

91,008

86,438

1,26H 1,192
7,572!; ' .? 6,052

1,174
5,778

912
5,477

1,122
8,095

1,245
8,208

748
6,617

994
7,970

843
7,869

894
8,734

1,048
9,198

1,310
7,998

60,615 "47,418

55,714

54,154

68,629

63,689

54,318

49,735

44,287

47,071

53,664

61,435

4,665
8,207

5,129
6,503

4,685
7,628

4,167
7,513

3,879
10,250

3,948
11,935

3,928
6,967

4,314
8,024

3,684
10,258

4,268
11,601

4,534
8,900

6,016
8,613

3,564

3,555

2,398

3,775

2,475

3,264

2,062

4,329

3,049

2,132

3,149

4,321

1,894

1,664
737
955
6,552

1,395
963
701
5,445

1,936
810
821
5,433

1,801
961
1,080
7,444

2,071
938
901
7,330

2,260
1,286
1,442
11,709

1,966
1,346
1,172
7,593

3,200
1,639
1,373
7,993

2,164
1,881
1,722
8,724

2,042
1,114
929
6,164

1,445
1,412
1,096
6,730

1,352
1,258
1,261
6,348

1,760
1,508
1,854
5,568

27
8
9

15
39
21

138
121
5

108
95
11

37
125
n.a.

18
14
5

27
11
12

27
32
4

31
43
104

48
109
11

13
101
7

98
30
6

27
16
12

13,558
1,872

14,670
2,386

12,521
3,045

10,341
1,810

10,585
2,588

15,587
2,326

14,578
2,163

12,142
3,020

11,682
1,969

17,050
3,112

12,863
2,859

9,312
2,629

12,984
2,384

1,422
231
404
2,012

1,470
417
577
1,991

1,262
312
500
2,118

1,439
171
412
2,653

994
118
445
1,623

998
376
461
2,947

1,397
263
1,043
4,755

1,540
223
343
2,072

1,166
374
126
1,385

1,893
211
439
2,147

882
311
617
1,663

844
221
565
1,243

1,502
534
543
1,311

406

258

184

144

311

603

404

242

418

248

324

434

570

FUTURES AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS4

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3 5 years
3.5 to 7 5 years
7 5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
Others3
OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS5

27
28
29
30
31

By type of underlying security
U.S. Treasury, coupon
securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3 5 to 7 5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency, mortgagebacked, pass-through
securities




75

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday
Item
JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26 | Sept. 2 | Sept. 9 Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

49,046

39,343

34,766

38,116

37,082

32,442

35,450

38,131

34,903

38,338

41,851

42,769

44,594

49,640
46,878
20,590
18,470

35,197
38,142
17,951
14,853

39,302
40,842
16,097
14,071

48,717
50,409
23,474
18,447

45,115
41,506
23,702
16,532

47,212
34,995
28,152
19,111

43,465
37,334
23,075
18,962

50,806
37,657
18,688
14,254

35,819
31,910
15,837
12,034

39,308
35,730
22,815
14,286

42,698
39,574
23,107
15,362

45,148
37,191
18,130
14,874

41,634
40,488
20,177
13,329

4,753
643
986

3,950
723
445

3,942
530
521

4,264
752
783

4,579
859
517

3,938
865
451

4,342
566
446

4,318
539
676

4,826
648
616

4,891
617
509

4,109
670
910

4,459
389
742

6,470
654
1,067

15,047
3,178

17,221
4,156

13,067
3,637

11,822
5,673

10,368
3,011

17,765
2,402

13,647
3,947

11,357
3,626

11,729
4,154

14,812
2,397

18,796
3,090

13,271
3,478

12,258
4,130

91,535

93,589

112,794 103,710 103,519

100,019

104,654

81,968

91,237

104,696

102,125

101,938

1,163
9,379

798
8,072

998
7,489

766
6,913

1,225
5,735

1,072
7,441

1,397
9,854

1,266
8,049

1,730
5,568

53,951

51,489

66,369

60,227

58,393

58,267

54,883

48,536

59,240

57,896

55,986

58,284

3,955
11,998

4,195
8,632

4,593
10,345

4,921
7,792

4,108
10,953

4,354
10,104

4,768
8,070

4,865
10,147

4,944
9,769

4,292
12,032

4,324
8,699

6,462
10,820

3,061

2,093

3,700

3,244

2,096

2,501

2,588

2,467

1,791

2,121

4,960

2,827

2,271

2,206
1,129
1,746
10,402

1,480
1,224
1,523
7,993

1,272
1,173
1,713
8,200

2,015
1,663
2,244
12,524

2,174
1,420
3,537
10,453

2,468
1,217
2,529
10,359

2,104
1,060
2,714
10,025

2,341
1,280
2,646
11,091

1,815
1,952
2,311
8,153

2,373
2,224
2,432
10,476

1,962
1,857
3,819
12,172

2,037
1,820
3,283
10,808

1,418
1,545
2,336
7,712

42
32
69

13
57
10

19
53
17

14
112
73

9
47
10

11
120
18

185
329
115

31
87
21

182
87
44

8
156
8

13
141
13

132
58
12

59
11
6

18,922
2,199

20,520
3,927

12,996
3,393

16,260
3,536

17,486
2,977

21,864
1,501

14,980
1,720

15,337
1,692

12,766
2,755

18,002
1,341

18,519
1,797

16,337
1,507

18,291
1,956

2,193
1,119
734
2,544

1,120
598
563
1,820

1,575
463
414
2,164

1,518
632
1,051
3,590

1,377
251
728
3,037

1,463
572
1,014
3,247

1,434
226
641
2,239

1,817
688
1,693
3,548

784
301
1,070
1,471

1,365
619
1,132
2,469

1,052
603
633
1,700

807
808
1,064
3,000

1,287
568
436
1,174

713

447

227

716

302

290

257

456

427

1 ,079

401

308

155

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS2
By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3.5 to 7.5 years
4
7 5 to 15 years .
...
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3.5 years
7
3.5 to 7.5 years
, ..
8
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3

11
12
13
14
15
16

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury securities . . . 110,864
Federal agency securities
1,226
Debt
8,572
Mortgage-backed
Customers
U.S. Treasury securities . . . 73,760
Federal agency securities
5,156
Debt
9,653
Mortgage-backed

1,207
7,150

1,035
5,586

1,146
9,214

FUTURES AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS4

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7,5 to 15 years .
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7. 5 years
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
Others3 . . .
OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS5

27
28
29
30
31

By type of underlying security
U.S. Treasury, coupon
securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years ,
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency, mortgagebacked, pass-through
securities

76



28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday
Item
Oct. 7 [ Oct. 14 [ Oct. 21 | Oct. 28 | Nov. 4 | Nov. 11 [ Nov. 18 [NOV. 25 | Dec. 2 | Dec. 9 | Dec. 16 | Dec. 23 | Dec. 30

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS2
By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
All others3

11
12
13
14
15
16

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury securities . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Mortgage-backed
Customers
U.S. Treasury securities . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Mortgage-backed

53,621

43,627

51,947

40,457

38,757

43,157

48,055

45,226 39,909

48,336 44,201

37,314

38,654

4,6
668
49,057
22,875
15,904

45,459
44,527
20,041
14,548

51,645
45,320
22,779
16,667

54,712
46,134
17,469
12,291

4,9
660
39,983
16,570
12,805

55,239
32,844
21,160
14,747

58,383
4,0
464
21,250
19,200

52,940
43,507
14,912
9,967

41,655
29,538
15,279
10,000

43,175
35,628
18,501
14,807

36,669
30,726
12,126
10,468

39,085
29,754
12,070
10,792

21,267
15,626
7,503
8,143

4,534
1,051
950

3,556
529
694

5,528
596
1,327

5,193
670
1,257

5,378
616
661

4,642
560
862

5,847
443
818

5,940
412
683

4,959
286
671

6,356
901
775

5,431
492
774

5,674
502
827

5,229
345
932

16,004
3,384

20,075
4,020

15,480
2,368

13,935
3,222

14,440
2,143

21,114
2,107

20,003
3,095

19,565 14,763
2,753 2,119

13,252
3,438

8,435
3,007

119,019 109,286 126,365 111,066 100,125 104,753 119,618 106,005 86,834 100,047 81,542

14,719 13,217
4,845 6,457

78,631

54,359

1,365
7,995

1,201
7,679

805
4,532

60,547 49,547

60,400 52,648

50,384

36,833

5,999 4,645
10,644 10,651

6,505
11,952

5,332
8,887

5,802
9,011

5,700
6,910

2,462

4,923

2,421

1,004

1,087

1,549
2,490
3,719
7,315

1,960
1,484
3,1156
8,642

1,548
1,150
2,262
6,455

1,840
995
2,277
5,984

1,219
480
1,028
3,928

58
235
23

25
38
31

108
37
16

198
4
17

86
n.a.
7

17,052 15,581
843 1,152

9,145
1,070

3,811
365

2,640
717
309
1,191

1,192
214
313
726

945
313
363
922

478
72
227
253

523

328

279

173

1,848
7,611

1,019
9,511

2,091
7,848

1,868
8,370

1,200
8,069

1,056
11,468

1,414
10,563

1,036
8,920

69,105

58,917

61,993

59,997

54,679

62,394

71,874

4,688
11,777

3,760
14,585

5,359
10,000

5,252
8,787

5,456
8,513

5,008
11,754

5,695
12,535

4,431

3,766

3,673

3,444

2,332

4,354

3,306

3,148

2,240
1,151
2,949
11,297

2,060
1,501
3,3SO
11,165

2,440
865
3,283
11,234

2,293
1,519
2,585
9,690

2,106
1,906
3,219
8,545

2,493
1,250
3,202
8,963

2,444
2,019
3,818
10,917

2,120
2,323
3,683
7,232

52
84
7

137
11
19

61
n.a.
21

32
68
32

65
127
20

201
102
23

185
50
11

202
144
12

18,679
1,552

22,940
1,862

16,252
1,754

15,725
1,363

16,596
1,541

19,744
691

19,000
1,899

1,259
654
787
1,392

1,569
1,180
515
1,743

1,388
730
834
1,590

1,047
706
751
1,726

1,452
1,201
827
1,786

2,582
1,389
664
1,331

1,549
450
561
1,409

1,041
727
1,320
2,172

1,981
305
493
975

402

371

211

212

331

377

250

458

243

1,271
9,023

1,527
10,366

FUTURES AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS4

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 years or more . ,
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
Others3

10,842 11,124
748
444

OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS5

27
28
29
30
31

By type of underlying security
U.S. Treasury, coupon securities,
by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7.5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency, mortgage-backed,

pass-through securities ....




77

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 1992!—Continued
B, Positions6
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

7

NET IMMEDIATE PosmoNS

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3.5 to 7.5 years
4
7.5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more ,
...
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3.5 years
....
7
3 5 to 7 5 years
8
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceotances

12,607

11,229

3 136
2639
-7,455 -12,827
-6,185 -3,002
-1,643 -1,755

16,979
-1 536
-7,280
-5,987
-2,340

10,753

9,333

9,816

-2 263 -4079
-4,372 -5,501
-7,111 -2,882
-2,205
-792

-7 838
-6,907
-3,706
-177

10,399

8,264

14,422

11,475

17,896

16,006

25
-7 674 -2799 -1 572
804
1 755
-7,629 - 10,062 - 13,709 -13,685 - 12,280 -7,221
-6,825 -6,464 - 10,785 -13,207 -9,567 -10,158
6,617
7,071
5,795
5,204
5,028
2970

4,190
3 536
3,597

5,788
4,208
3,705

4,638
3,572
3,599

3,564
2216
3,609

4,744
1 833
3,229

5,265
2 178
3,482

4,944
2 908
3,481

6,256
3 194
4,233

6,035
3 029
4,283

6,704
2,951
4,189

6,384
3 119
3,418

4,297
3,282
3,331

26,067
18 947

25,445
16,417

25,550
14209

32,097
15 680

29,266
18 134

31,088
18708

30,255
22090

30,749
23 366

29,518
27 455

32,302
26 555

27,626
25 617

24,575
24 932

3 442
5,228
1.195

2,717
6,266
1.456

2593
5,032
894

2 882
6,942
960

3 093
6,628
1.222

2 7%
6,416
1.045

2 811
6,021
1.158

3 734
5,542
978

3 852
6389
1.053

3 501
6,374
790

3 006
6,930
864

2 743
7,368
758

FUTURES AND FORWARD
POSITIONS4

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
- 12,700 -8,281 -1,303 -6,810 -4,012 -2,680 -6,389 -6,189 -5,557 -2,336
2,797 -1 820
Coupon securities, by maturity
1,810
612
1,448
2,178
2,260
996
1,776
Less than 3,5 years
731
2,105
1,543
2,291
1,216
3,205
3 031
4,256
3 852
2,817
3,177
3 5 to 7.5 years
542
2078
2550
2,286
1 206
3 030
576
2 882
812
853
228
1 233
7 5 to 15 years
502
2 614
399
-493
-450
2 081
-4,814 -5,063 -6,388 -7,323 -7,154 -7,536 -7 899 -7645 -4 380 -4,237 -5 164 -7 258
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
1 -123
3
52
-24
-24
-29
Less than 3 5 years
-10
17
313
134
59
5
-37
104
127
3.5 to 7.5 years
-115
-21
-2
-46
-73
-19
-79
91
-3
-44
-11
17
17
7 5 years or more .
...
—1
59
30
-16
45
-6
-20
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs . . .
. . . -7 680 -8,152 -6,280 - 14 896 - 18 084 -23 361 -20201 - 18 255 -13 731 - 14 399 -7 047 -1 280
1 659
3 851
AH others3
2 511
2486
948
3 027
366
1 911
6 241
5 757
5 955
4672
Certificates of deposit
- 144,539 -112,128 - 129,643 - 138,523 - 196 067- 222 803
-232 567 -251 401 - 242 241- 172 555- 125 734-71 895

78



28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
B. Positions6—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 4

Mar. 11

Mar. 18

NET IMMEDIATE PosrriONS7
By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3.5 years
3
3 5 to 7 5 years
4
7.5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
7
3 5 to 7 5 years
8
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceptances
1

11,629
4,524
-2,194
-7,638
-455

10,224

13,120

15,153

11,865

11,393

11,705

-680
840
7,458 -1,623
5,894
1,691
-5,312 -11,486 -10,009 -11,956 - 15,707 - 14,980
-4,873 -6,086 -6,158 -6,176
-833 -3,090
-2,292 -2,049 -1,553 -2,932 -3,974
-279

7,686

16,945

17,365

17,489

4,880
2,364
-8,946 -11,592
-2,679 -3,323
-259 -1,549

-874
-7,546
-4,875
-2,075

-3,546
-9,396
-5,770
-3,748

5,175
3,961
3,503

6,285
3,975
3,683

5,989
4,163
3,667

6,673
4,483
3,455

4,514
4,184
4,029

5,403
4,120
3,656

3,883
3,850
3,731

5,598
3,518
3,598

24,441
17,374

20,411
19,413

33,198
17,234

26,613
15,774

23,810
14,475

16,830
15,546

25,097
14,383

33,462
12,738

3,289
5,352
995

2,666
5,036
1.380

2,534
6,541
1.395

2,748
6,357
1.555

3,133
6,827
K569

2,182
6,153
1.226

2,651
5,156
908

2,981
4,822
845

-12,918 -11,926 -12,404 -14,156 - 12,893 - 12,454

2,951
2,856
3,656

4,005
3,527
3,572

23,937
20,670

29,624
18,725

3,709
4,253
1.330

3,593
5,653
1.000

4,130
3,795
3,648
29,668
18,717
3,445
5,833
1.392

FUTURES AND FORWARD POSITIONS*
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
14 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
15
Less than 3.5 years
16
3 5 to 7 5 years
17
7 5 to 15 years
18
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
19
Less than 3.5 years
20
3.5 to 7,5 years
21
7 5 years or more
.,
Mortgage-backed
22
Pass-throughs
23
All others3
24 Certificates of deposit




1,987
2,142
1 870
3 040
-34
224
-5 532 -4 306
-14
187
-24

300
39
0

-6,738

-4,978

-2,168

-13

-42

243
3 263
1,740
-5 009

2,526
2,559
599
-4,594

2,067
1 973
889
-4 198

1,745
3,408
224
-3,359

1,589
3,609
-235
-3,901

1,921
1,786
2453
1,849
875
-53
- 7 977 -6,388

1,750
2,256
1,092
-5,267

1,283
3,745
1,297
-5,551

1,061
317
100

14
15
4

-28
-49
-38

-54
-103
233

-49
-5
-7

-19
29
65

-32
39
-51

-21
100
96

30
-23
10

1,829 -6,309 -12,371
-548 - 15,980 -9,242 -8,942
-7472 -13 065 -11,497 -2,399
3,608
2,767
3,318
4,541
4,430
1,867
3,922
1,710
1,365
4,339
3,429
- 193,414 - 135 563- 133,527 -116,867 -114,105 -118,244 -107,153 -108,811 -113,906 -131,487 - 128,847

79

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
B. Positions6—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Mar. 25

Apr- 1 | Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

May 13

May 20 ] May 29 ] June 3

7

NET IMMEDIATE PosmoNS

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3 5 to 7.5 years
4
7 5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
7
3 5 to 7 5 years
8
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs .
10
All others3
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceptances

12,129

21,613

18,237

12,197

6,910

4,566

7,612

13,472

7,829

6,929

11,507

-939
-2,608
-7,744
-2,225

-3,258
-7,075
-7,262
-1,670

-2,996
-2,561
-7,798
-2,246

-4,357
-4,808
-7,130
-1,536

1,091
-5,637
-7,508
-1,983

-2,493
-3,889
-6,674
-3,042

-3,358
-5,828
-2,299
-2,844

-4,320
-5,823
-3,791
-1,406

-686
= 7,019
-3,448
741

-4,669
-3,875
-1,837
81

- 9,647
-4,635
-3,003
-B48

4,145
3,523
3,586

4,464
3,002
3,425

3,132
2,609
3,499

4,234
2,287
3,987

3,577
2,012
3,687

3,270
1,909
3,322

2,966
1,772
3,385

4,611
1,763
3,221

5,372
1,942
3,270

5,941
1,829
3,091

4,447
1,864
3,175

32,765
13,598

14,244
15,542

28,814
14,737

36,111
15,844

37,858
15,837

29,311
16,271

24,004
16,043

32,333
18,265

32,319
18,902

30,469
19,295

24,347
17,668

2,440
4,432
776

2,523
5,085
850

2,463
4,550
1,163

3,187
9,554
1,027

2,880
6,565
937

3,032
7,482
714

3,014
6,124
1,053

2,986
6,578
1,165

3,082
6,446
1,379

3,246
7,046
1,257

3,147
7,057
1,237

FUTURES AND FORWARD POSITIONS'*

H
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3.5 years
3.5 to 7,5 years
7 5 to 15 years , .
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3 5 years
3 5 to 7.5 years . . .
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
Pass-mroughs
All others3 . . . .
Certificates of deposit

80




-205

.

.

-6,304

-4,963

-5,885

-2,442

-4,864

-4,902

- 4,095

-3,174

491
3,768
1,180
-7,776

737
3,969
1,245
-7,529

752
4,092
741
-8,607

1,016
4,350
458
-7,385

1,200
3,156
835
-5,668

3,468
2,816
1,452
-7,601

2,766
4,659
1,295
-5,246

2,563
5,203
56
= 7,897

505
4,759
352
-7,723

2,342
3,175
1,137
-7,530

-8
-49
52

. . .

-4,986 -10,973

910
3,782
1,561
-7,156

-66
-98
-2

-55
-55
-26

-23
28
33

-40
-2
51

20
491
15

33
-11
-1

45
-39
16

236
-50
21

-73
-79
-16

-7
-47
»60

- 12,642
2,878 -7,466 - 18,934 -22,980 - 13,732 -7,961 -18,441 -22,479 -22,343 - 17,503
3,130
2,100
1,371
2,339
1,610
1,786
171
1,671
145
1,313
1,415
-133,253 - 134,698 -141,629 - 134,680 -135,019 -139,661 -164,071 - 180,645 - 196,200 -217,422 -233,444

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
B. Positions6—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Item
June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

July 8 | July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

7

NET IMMEDIATE PosmoNs

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
..
....
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3 5 to 7 5 years
4
7 5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
....
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3.5 years
7
3 5 to 7 5 years
8
7 5 years or more
..
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3 .
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
....
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceptances

9,067

5,457

7,877

17,190

15,914

9,161

7,095

9,400

7,100

6,846

-8,961
-6,542
-3,176
-1,222

-9,974
-9,017
-3,846
915

-6,573
-5,522
-4,678
431

-4,608
-7,621
-3,377
-606

-7,164
-3,168
-4,242
1,037

-8,788
-7,856
-6,876
1,920

-11,293
- 12,078
-7,473
3,799

-4,628
-7,137
-8,507
4,964

-5,088
-8,602
-9,255
5,321

-789
-9,727
-5,464
5,100

4,984
1,931
3,225

5,616
2,294
3,571

6,106
2,215
3,718

4,613
2,444
3,556

4,614
2,723
3,438

5,540
2,888
3,442

5,950
3,037
3,427

3,603
2,941
3,506

5,349
3,288
3,833

6,571
3,226
4,219

32,402
15,086

38,915
18,569

33,759
20,716

20,679
21,273

30,097
21,146

31,907
22,126

32,937
22,229

30,011
22,447

21,276
23,942

34,285
23,490

2,310
5,921
1,092

2,479
5,886
1,012

2,792
6,133
1,076

3,560
7,621
896

2,494
7,766
1,272

2,999
6,511
1,378

2,153
4,343
1,010

3,416
5,376
1,074

3,074
5,524
935

3,666
5,552
892

-2,719

-1,553

-1,308

-5,303

-6,195

-7,037

-6,406

-6,490

-4,927

-6,994

2,071
3,851
1,026
-7,531

1,779
3,177
-352
-8,134

2,642
2,734
-1,752
-7,838

2,146
3,048
-1,774
-6,495

2,021
2,440
-1,826
-7,662

2,426
2,739
-567
-7,582

2,417
4,004
-6
-7,797

2,287
3,104
-14
-8,341

1,931
2,458
2,361
-9,349

1,912
3,333
936
-9,200

26
65
-22

12
-35
1

45
-101
3

-7
10
-6

82
-37
4

77
-69
22

84
-84
100

22
-166
54

-10
15
73

32
133
-124

FUTURES AND FORWARD POSITIONS'*
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
14 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
15
Less than 3 5 years
16
3 5 to 7 5 years
... .
17
7.5 to 15 years
18
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
19
Less than 3.5 years
20
3 5 to 7 5 years
... .
21
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
22
Pass-throughs
23
All others3
24 Certificates of deposit




-24,530 -30,474 -26,575 - 12,879 -22,244 -22,910 -22,881 - 16,707 - 10,082 -22,147
2,384
1,603
3,687
2,771
6,421
4,066
5,123
5,763
3,665
4,679
-223,931 -214,525 -217,307 -232,236 -228,303 -223,218 -243,332 -234,002 -237,681 -243,912

81

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
B. Positions6—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2 | Sept. 9

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

7

NET IMMEDIATE PosmoNS

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3 5 to 7 5 years
...
4
7.5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
7
3,5 to 7 5 years
8
7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others3
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceotances

7,888

8,132

12,122

13,595

12,450

18,295

14,007

13,176

13,663

12,162

-4,903
-11,509
-4,950
6,924

-621
-8,594
-6,498
3,499

-3,427
-12,019
-7,148
5,212

-3,476
-15,727
-8,733
5,926

-4,158
-14,788
- 10,700
5,119

-130
- 10,447
-11,045
5,654

2,004
- 14,355
-13,701
6,647

4,193
- 15,049
- 14,535
6,963

-303
-14,011
- 12,729
8,356

-1,491
-15,442
-11,429
5,902

6,540
3,267
4,117

5,526
3,093
4,429

7,348
3,096
4,543

6,432
3,106
4,569

5,595
2,964
4,319

7,062
2,931
4,365

4,676
3,097
3,805

6,190
3,069
4,360

7,305
3,064
4,304

6,717
2,860
4,191

38,339
21,812

32,921
23,314

21,604
24,863

33,745
24,672

37,553
26,538

30,419
27,492

18,616
31,859

28,245
26,362

39,868
26,100

32,132
25,901

4,701
5,191
1,207

3,087
5,611
837

4,042
5,941
1,019

3,600
6,545
1.023

4,254
6,919
1.066

3,558
5,713
793

3,943
6,509
1,338

4,216
6,663
708

3,530
7,379
640

2,924
4,842
685

-4,055

-5,734

-8,014

-6,015

-2,894

-7,586

-4,607

1,221

1,354
2,050
-121
-5,384

1,826
1,639
-563
-6,061

1,807
1 662
44
- 4,254

1,876
2,891
244
-2,892

309
2,129
2463
-4,025

711
3,074
2999
-3,479

291
1,814
1 617
-4,468

261
2,455
2453
-4,552

65
2
-70

-23
-76
-81

7
-153
-70

14
14
-10

-58
-98
-8

136
-69
8

361
-62
59

77
16
-44

FUTURES AND FORWARD POSITIONS*

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
-5,121
-8,876
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
757
1,820
Less than 3.5 years
2,824
4,042
3.5 to 7 5 years
-81
-687
7 5 to 15 years
-9,381
-4,750
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
-54
-2
Less than 3.5 years
-143
-13
3,5 to 7 5 years . . . .
, . ..
-70
102
7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed
-27,277 -18,173
Pass-throughs
6,326
7,150
All others3
Certificates of deposit
-254 808 - 265 826 -

82



-1,599 -11,667 -23,833 -13,734
-8,463 - 17,543 -22,571 -14,714
4,272
6,162
6,299
6,120
6,272
4,862
7 347
7,466
250 638 -251 740 -257 037 -226 981 - 230 805 -203 358 - 180 858 - 159 387

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
B. Positions6—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Item

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11 | Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

NET IMMEDIATE PosrnoNS7
By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Less than 3 5 years
3
3 5 to 7 5 years
4
7 5 to 15 years
5
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
6
Less than 3 5 years
7
3.5 to 7.5 years
8
7 5 years or more
. . . .
Mortgage-backed
9
Pass-throughs
10
AH others3
Other money market instruments
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
13 Bankers acceptances
1

8,814

7,010

18,995

16,273

16,193

29,725

21,574

19,434

14,136

5,897

2,610
-11,986
-13,742
5,985

-3,377
-9,605
-14,128
4,893

1,837
-12,851
-7,500
3,868

-36
-15,583
-9,597
5,642

5,415
- 10,483
-8,945
5,461

3,131
-11,515
-9,643
5,295

2,369
-8,953
- 10,755
7,865

-3,290
-8,366
-9,477
6,647

2,760
-4,713
-9,475
6,870

-2,284
-5,630
- 10,760
7,390

6,572
2,853
4,071

6,778
2,850
3,795

6,657
3,115
3,363

6,963
3,262
3,406

5,349
3,090
3,444

6,325
3,180
3,173

4,854
3,434
3,186

4,271
3,338
2,891

4,339
3,270
3,561

3,078
3,166
3,682

33,058
27,055

22,742
28,431

32,924
27,048

35,699
24,480

25,404
23,715

15,923
25,614

25,614
24,948

31,688
23,931

26,285
24,951

17,272
25,783

3,582
6,517
1,055

2,922
6,598
955

3,309
6,182
1.036

2,883
6,155
825

2,959
8,163
771

2,886
7,603
737

2,335
7,745
633

2,510
8,120
745

2,865
6,963
737

3,249
6,459
921

-3 416

-2 250

-1 839

-1 060

213
-475
3,005
-8 435

676
164
1,207
-7 225

805
653
679
-7 320

509
1 655
2,965
-6 180

-48
-150
-72

-107
-186
2

-378
-177
-51

- 13 037 -3487 - 13 725 - 13 350 -4 891
-3 089 -8007
5 258
5,716
2 312
2,436
2,051
270
301
-291
2,796
- 149 955 - 164 770 - 145 399 -119 575 - 105 692 - 103 656 -98 120 -61 896

-2 167
1 059
-60445

6 223
37
-59 719

FUTURES AND FORWARD POSITIONS"

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Less than 3 5 years
3.5 to 7 5 years
7.5 to 15 years
15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt, by maturity
Less than 3 5 years
3 5 to 7 5 years
7 5 years or more
..
Mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs
All others3 .
Certificates of deposit

259

861

1 760

3 670

4048

2 825

1 140
2,319
3,861
-4,668

1 950
1,075
4,274
-3,731

2894
1 155
2,620
-2 929

1 683
3 408
2,459
-4 550

2 292
-88
1,605
-7 444

1 455
113
2,908
-7 107

-1
27
-30

47
-15
3

-77
36
20

67
179
-2

52
184
22

-49
53
-60

-25
-42
48

C. Financing8
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Source

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

203,915 211,815 211,356 201 ,359 205,626 208 440 214,805 218,808 209,437 213,584 211,724 208,601
277,551 278,414 262 127 289 867 295 243 297 759 315 020 320431 310 378 341 130 335 267 332 250

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

320,575 322,505 320,589 328,181 336, 107 339 382 356,881 361,098 369,019 382,843 361,802 357,327
258,693 264,340 241,871 257,388 261,671 266,179 287,022 300,209 285,242 317,350 329,223 326 266

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term . . .

66 170
32,028

71 618
31,200

75 832
31,014

78 173
30,570

81 269
31,415

84 573
35 187

92 740
37,846

Securities loaned
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

7,327
1,556

7,703
1,436

7,613
1,864

7,424
3,042

7,746
1,542

5,857
801

5,139
1,008

4,174
831

4,490
587

4,603
422

4,103
314

3,999
601

Collate ralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing

18459

16951

16817

17 398

16 610

14 879

17 919

19 635

17 750

17 160

15 155

16 881

97 726 100 438 101 102 104 281
40,171 42,957 44031 44 258

99 894
46,975

MEMO: Matched book9
Reverse repurchase agreements
10 Overnight and continuing
1 1 Term

144,047 150,143 153,365 149,760 146,537 148,092 152,606 151,137 144,178 146,102 153,286 157,104
238,005 234,039 221,746 245 889 250 339 255 829 269,912 272,361 267,771 295 461 286 925 289 665

Repurchase agreements
12 Overnight and continuing
13 Term

173,994 176,327 177,773 178,680 186 552 187 957 194,278 182,822 188,032 196,817 188 547 191,950
194,820 197,647 180 439 197 396 197 971 200805 212,775 229 511 215 909 240 204 244 395 243 216




83

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
C. Financing8—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures

Jan. 8 j Jan. 15

Source

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb, 26

Mar. 4

Mar. U Mar. 18 Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

203,686 210,043 208,845 195,723 215,129 200,490 220,692 208,689 219,297 208,649 217,530 213,295 199 757
263,130 278,315 281,433 294,626 290,397 305,654 259,834 270,360 257,030 265,674 264,365 266,564 253,598

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

314,115 332,437 332,562 313,548 322,953 306,239 331,275 328 198 325 968 318 936 333 579 321 683 302 500
233,496 258,725 263,295 284,050 275,376 292,167 248,460 254,891 240,120 241,764 246,613 252,320 225,438

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term
....
. .

63,293
32,103

65,968
32,833

66,697
30,336

67,734
33,626

72,346
31,536

71,252
31,454

69,997
28,990

73,132
32 904

71,504
31 230

76,597
32 317

75,785
31 380

75,457
31 172

78,315
28 739

Securities loaned
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

6,246
834

8,110
1 249

7,839
833

7,282
3 436

7,071
1 201

6,994
1 049

7,856
1 238

8,796
2 143

7,506
1 544

7,769
1 754

6,912
1 698

8,940
1 715

6770
2 572

Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing

19,105

17,833

17,984

19,729

18,488

16,440

15,862

17 883

15 944

15 983

16 815

16084

19 231

9

MEMO: Matched book
Reverse repurchase agreements
10 Overnight and continuing
11 Term

142 013 150 223 146 554 139 527 154 507 144 555 153 531 147 813 153 438 151 839 155 228 155 195 150 788
226 219 239,862 241,594 250,915 246,586 258,946 213 652 227 887 216 934 224 788 222 781 225,333 216 015

Repurchase agreements
12 Overnight and continuing
13 Term

176,104 179,318 179,831 165,516 178,737 168,701 174,649 181,234 182,566 179,428 181,513 174,767 171,789
177 584 193 902 197 339 213 751 209 821 225 018 180511 186 975 178 373 179 898 180 882 187,615 173 561

....

Apr. 8 | Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

May 6

May 13 May 20 May 27

June 3

June 10 June 17

June 24

July 1

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

199,495 206,913 194,542 203,326 21 1 ,084 216,107 203,594 191,019 208,214 209,093 205,236 207,272 212,891
287,001 292,852 293,314 290,727 295,164 312,695 286,833 292,036 285,150 312,009 314,980 302,698 261,585

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

304,994 338,665 329,285 342,323 336,056 336,954 343,177 328,884 334,967 330,811 343,789 346,195 338,500
257,316 260,810 262,215 254,963 249,081 277,796 259,066 268,666 244,653 271,529 285,818 283,674 227,376

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term
Securities loaned
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

77,141
28,435
. ..

Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing

75,264
30 012

79,757
30,959

80,113
32,971

80,942
31,727

80,181
31,585

80,785
30089

82,189
31,721

82,900
32,433

84,029
34,242

83,658
35 655

86,226
36,763

85,181
35,283

6,692
2,392

7,074
3,335

7,158
3,165

8,833
3,637

7,655
975

7,316
1,015

7,821
873

8,466
3,683

7,241
741

5,056
920

5,628
952

6,394
801

5,739
515

19,419

18 154

17,184

14,712

16,433

16,357

17 253

16,601

16,211

15,797

13 918

14,234

15,014

MEMO: Matched book9
Reverse repurchase agreements
10 Overnight and continuing
11 Term

150 841 153 516 145,449 149,027 150,174 151,105 145,240 138 668 149 128 148,305 145 190 147,903 150 930
245,537 248,992 247,623 244,605 253,355 265,844 242,087 246,161 240,437 265,047 269,188 263,940 227,724

Repurchase agreements
12 Overnight and continuing
13 Term

171 600 177 700 175,011 188,776 196,990 189,866 184,138 177,829 184,588 187,153 188,118 188,506 189 749
200,373 199,427 200,294 193,419 193,727 217,181 190,921 197,514 183,858 207,518 213,604 214,707 170,297

84



28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19921—Continued
C. Financing8—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
JulyS

Source
Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term
Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

211,229 217,246 215,337 212,253 226,800 219,461 227,464 210,614 209 252 220 175 213 905 202 116 201 604
300,931 304,005 324,976 334,442 326,783 343,506 307,694 323,007 295,997 313,881 334,810 343,085 253,846
...

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term . . . .

95,654 94,818 96,914 97,500 97,303 97 898 99 204 102 780 103 327 103 169 92 827
37,908 39,306 36,142 38,794 39,853 43,148 42,404 42,274 42,940 45,998 40,774

5,557
596
...

MEMO: Matched book9
Reverse repurchase agreements
10 Overnight and continuing
11 Term
Repurchase agreements
12 Overnight and continuing
13 Term

350,817 368,779 363,769 348,804 349,820 353,449 375,964 360 499 363 112 376 527 379 206 371 007 351 025
261,637 271,877 299,783 320,243 297,761 320,519 293,181 309,378 271,228 282,138 307,719 320,878 234,238
91 160 89,215
37,669 37,355

Securities loaned
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term
Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing

July 15 July 22 July 29 Aug. 5 Aug. 12 Aug. 19 Aug. 26 Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30

4,923
554

4,894
756

5,092
2,212

5,161
955

4,084
653

4,267
883

3,866
1 120

3,617
480

4,047
372

4,178
582

5,074
1,060

4,912
363

18,039

18,033

17,625

18,160

18,744

20,838

19,724

19,516

18,886

17,366

17,416

17,475

18,419

151,389 152,761 151,528 154,038 155,924 151,233 156,883 148,128 142,383 150,089 147,970 141,002 138,162
258 795 262 161 278 373 283 182 280 990 296,730 258,105 269 495 253 585 269 694 288 004 294 999 222 441
....

193,057 196,762 198,476 192,709 182,920 183,944 179,657 179,467 190,283 188,294 195,261 183,341 184,589
195 505 200788 220 184 235,497 230,950 251,880 225,325 230 112 201 772 218 264 233 122 243 320 172,970

Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term . .

213,968 223,147 210,104 206,344 215,386 214,744 220,146 194,206 217,301 212,837 210,599 196,213 208,723
328 450 330,264 347,995 356,552 344,063 348,799 317,172 348 574 315 986 341,275 332,175 343,421 321,229

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing .
4 Term

379,499 398,810 388,141 372,860 364,317 372,929 390,338 307,756 379,929 367,649 384,370 331,255 336,394
299 006 302,857 322,113 343,282 322,352 323,925 299,745 393 023 294,086 330,318 314,459 364,328 311,581

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term . .
.

. .

Securities loaned
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term . . . .
...

...

Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing

97,890 100,174 104,332 101,570 102,129 102,475 107,833 105,872 101,330 102,147 101,411 103,218 92,681
43,698 43,066 44,878 45,040 42,728 44,206 42,295 47,876 43,239 45,744 47,140 47,816 47,883
4,426
350

5,105
194

4,640
421

4,409
804

4,214
235

4,303
248

3,500
265

4,825
543

3,566
215

3,599
223

4,000
224

4,622
446

3,937
1,677

17 536

16 833

16,527

18,243

15,992

15,387

16,502

14,333

13 424

17 564

16,230

18,521

16,060

MEMO: Matched book9
Reverse repurchase agreements
10 Overnight and continuing
. ..
1 1 Term

146,948 152,225 141,549 142,787 148,203 151,345 157,978 149,278 159,110 160,780 159,562 151,038 154,174
289,395 289,485 300,256 305,557 288,813 300,733 271,070 299,266 271,004 298,724 290,223 298,406 279,545

Repurchase agreements
12 Overnight and continuing
13 Term

199,558 206,980 197,021 189,567 183,150 189,869 206,339 162,495 202,575 194,190 205,239 173,178 189,412
232 868 231,204 241,892 252,382 245,970 251,277 218,975 278 568 221 247 248 227 233,949 268,752 232,348




85

29. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1992
Millions of dollars, end of period
Agency
1 Federal and federally sponsored
agencies

10 Federally sponsored agencies7
........
1 1 Federal Home Loan Banks
........
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
...............
13 Federal National Mortgage
Association
................
14 Farm Credit Banks8
.............
15 Student Loan Marketing Association9 .
16 Financing Corporation1*'
..........
17 Farm Credit Financial Assistance
11
Corporation
..............
18 Resolution Funding Corporation12 . . .
MEMO
19 Federal Financing Bank debt13

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Sept.

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

440,317 445,895 445,646 449,472 449,787 457,662 457,369 464,773 475,606 479,978 481,050 483,970

2 Federal agencies
.................
3 Defense Department1 3
............
2
4 Export-Import Bank ............
5 Federal Housing Administration4
6 Government National Mortgage
Association certificates of
participation5
..............
7 Postal Service6
.................
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
........
9 United States Railway Association6 . .

20
21
22
23
24

Feb.

Jan.

......

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import6Bank3
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Association . . . .
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association6

42,872
7
9,809
335

40,791
7
9,809
372

41,322
7
8,644
421

40,788
7
8,644
419

40,535
7
8,644
427

0
8,421
24,300
0

40,388 39,773 40,034 41,319
7
7
7
7
8,156 8,156 8,156 7,698
432
194
229
301

0
0
0
0
8,421 9,771 9,771 9,771
22,182 22,479 21,947 21,686
0
0
0
0

41,470
7
7,698
309

42,081
7
7,698
344

41,829
7
7,208
374

0
10,123
21,670
0

0
10,123
23,333
0

0
10,660
23,372
0

0
10,660
23,580
0

0
10,123
21,293
0

0
10,123
21,519
0

0
10,123
23,190
0

397,461 405,069 404,289 408,649 409,252 417,274 417,596 424,739 434,287 438,508 438,969 442,141
104,607 106,341 106,511 107,011 106,368 106,050 107,343 108,564 110,830 112,436 114,364 114,733
29,332

26,824

25,154

25,233

27,612

32,479

33,959

34,295

36,750

34,108

30,914

29,631

133,988 141,315 141,315 145,856 144,655 149,013 147,377 150,280 155,232 159,764 161,308 166,300
51,673 51,867 52,651 52,368 52,080 51,805 49,241 52,137 52,734 52,510 52,728 51,910
38,419 39,280 39,216 38,739 ' 385885 38,020 39,765 39,552 38,830 39,766 39,737 39,650
8,170
8,170 8,170
8,170 8,170 8,170 8,170
8,170 8,170 8,170 8,170 8,170

1,261
29,996

1,261 1,261 1,261
29,996 29,9% 29,996

1,261 1,261 1,261 1,261 1,261 1,261 1,261 1,261
29,996 29,996 29,996 29,996 29,996 29,996 29,996 29,9%

183,098 182,737 185,849 186,879 179,617 180,848 177,700 174,003 164,422 159,899 156,579 154,994

9,803
8,201
4,820
10,025
0

8,638
9,551
4,820
10,025
0

8,638
9,551
4,820
9,325
0

8,638
9,551
4,820
9,025
0

8,150
9,903
4,820
9,025
0

8,150
9,903
4,820
8,475
0

8,150
9,903
4,820
7,275
0

7,692
9,903
4,820
7,175
0

7,692
9,903
4,790
7,175
0

7,692
10,440
4,790
6,975
0

7,202
10,440
4,790
6,975
0

48,534
18,534
82,481

Other lending14
25 Fanners Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration .
27 Other

9,803
8,201
4,820
10,725
0

48,534
18,494
82,860

48,534
18,424
85,857

47,634
18,440
88,471

45,434
18,473
83,676

44,784
18,199
85,%7

43,209
18,227
84,916

43,009
18,238
82,608

42,979
18,143
73,710

42,979
18,172
69,188

42,979
18,172
65,531

42,979
18,172
64,436

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

30. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments, 1992
Millions of dollars
Year

Type of issue or issuer, or use
1

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Dec,

14,038 15,488 17,064

16,922

16,935 24,084

17,386

19,774

18,698 21,092

5,221
8 817

6,344 6,432
9 144 10632

5,251
11 671

5,995
10940

8,806
15 278

7,136
10250

7,005
12 769

7461
11 237

7733
13 359

5,203
6024
8 930 13 553

By type of issuer
4 State
25,295
5 Special district or statutory authority2 . . . 129,686
60,210
6 Municipality, county, or township

1,047
9,149
3,842

3,023
8,061
4,404

3,174
8,619
5,271

575
11,583
4,764

1,165
11,031
4,739

2,063
16,477
5,544

2,836
10,040
4,510

2,933
11,203
5,638

1,710
11,054
5,934

2,742
13,113
5,237

1,688
8,197
4,248

2,339
11,159
6,079

120,272

7,941

9,467 10,637

9,020

9,259 14,096

7,565

11,993 10,496

13,760

8,028

8,010

22,071
17,334
20,058
21,796
5,424
33,589

2,139
1,314

2,604
1,9%

2,208

1,651
1,669

1,658

724

2,083
1,364
3 340
2 365

1 070

1 258
1 121

1,371

571
629
887
91

1,800

2045

2,132
2,618
1 851
4266

1,747

1,380
2582

2990

2,505

3,640

4,241

3,086

2,803

1 All issues, new and refunding

215,191

By type of issue
2 General obligation
3 Revenue

78,611
136 580

7 Issues for new capital
By use of proceeds
8 Education
9 Transportation
10 Utilities and conservation
1 1 Social welfare
12 Industrial aid
13 Other purposes

86



.

..

1 088

1 925

1,075
1,412
2,104
1 811

1,003

2,019

3,707

20%
301

800
123

528

921

558

771
133

1,737
2 130
2604

767
503

4252

1,237
1,977
2265
1 869
1,176
1,972

367

14,133 19,577

531
960
581

831

339

31* New security issues of U.S. corporations, 1992
Millions of dollars
Year

Type of issue or issuer, or use
1

n.a.

1 All issues

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Nov.

Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

45,123 37,649 38,300 29,114 44,977 48,136 46,235 37,091 42,849 39,280 35,525 39,424

2 Bonds2

471,125 38,439 28,113 31,943 23,776 38,061 39,113 39,758 31,815 37,539

32,314

31,026

33,375

By type of offering
3 Public, domestic
4 Private placement domestic3
5 Sold abroad .

377,681 34,768
na
65 853
27,591
3,671

26,486
na
1,626

29,414 22,402
na
na
2,529
1,373

30,249
na
2,066

28,774
na
2,252

31,835
na
1,540

By industry group
6 Manufacturing . . .
...
7 Commercial and miscellaneous
8 Transportation .
.
9 Public utility
10 Communication
1 1 Real estate and financial . . .

81,998
7,229
42 869 2 723
455
9,979
48,055 3,816
2,467
15,394
272,830 21,750

3,940
1 664
1,004
3,569
416
17,519

8,951 4,170 6,046 7,338
5,509
3 670 2381 2492 1 665 3 488
621
641
140
899
766
3,548
3,051 4,266 6,902
1,896
725
1,205
1,590
1,028
2,081
16,061 12,332 24,261 23,916 21,011

na

6,684

9,536

6,357

5,338

6,916

9,023

6,477

5,276

5,310

6,966

4,499

6,049

21,332
57 099
n.a

739
5 945
na

4,306
5 230
na

625
5 732
na

334
5 004
na

1,552
5 364
na

2,933
6090
na

2,413
4064
na

1,148
4 129
na

1 ,233
4077
na

2,901
4065
n.a

1,540
2958
n.a

1,608
4441
n.a.

2,098
993
426
n.a.
268
1
163
|
2,736

2,541
3 194
78
489
n.a
3,234

2,637
1 595
193
704
53
1,175

1,586
1 099
122
577
211
1,743

2,499
2080
176
826
12
1,324

3,000
1 079
1,064
610
n.a.
3,271

857
1 599
n.a
564
n.a
3,457

713
1 315
n.a
921
n.a
2,327

307
602
59
595
1,051
2,695

1,779
940
53
359
99
3,735

288
1 366
304
150
22
2,369

1,468
2 226
118
92
126
2,019

...
....

2

12 Stocks

By type of offering
13 Public preferred .
14 Common
15 Private placement3
16
17
18
19
20
21

..

By industry group
Manufacturing . . .
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation . .
...
Public utility
Communication
...
Real estate and financial

...

...
...

35,089 36,085
na
na
2,972 3,027

37,833
na
1,924

28,561
na
3,254

36,185
n ii
1,355

5,974
4,720
2 159 2 374
393
677
4,509 5,230
1,053
1 Ii91
18,982 22,093

4,232
7,975 3,467
2 813 2 396 2 176
0
611
290
3,700
1,289
2,867
427
516
374
17,110 23,499 22,973

32. Open-end investment companies, net sales and assets, 19921
Millions of dollars

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

66,253

48,007

50,454

52,200

48,127

51,457

54,915

50,627

50,039

52,214

52,019

70,618

2 Redemptions of own shares
3 Net sales3

41 917
24,336

30 869
17,138

35 464
14,990

39 297
12,903

31 409
16,718

37457
14,000

34 384
20,703

35 223
15,404

37 862
12,177

37,134
15,080

34,126
17,893

51,993
18,625

Item

4 Assets4

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

1 Sales of own shares2

824,069 847,184 849,212 871,231 897,211 911,218 951,806 957,145 978,507 983,151 1,019,618 1,056,310

5

62,264 64,019 64,222 67,673 67,270 69,508 72,732 77,245 76,498 75,808
761,805 783,170 784,990 803,558 829,941 841,710 879,074 879,900 902,009 907,343

5 Cash
6 Other

80,247
939,371

73,999
982,311

33. Nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1992
Billions of dollars; quarterly data at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Year

Q.

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total nonfarm business

546 08

535.72

540.91

547.53

560.16

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries

73 41
100 50

74 19
9979

74 26
97 52

71 84
100 39

73 34
104 28

8 90

8 87

9 18

9 09

8 44

677
8 97
704

665
8 86
6 37

650
9 75
7 27

6 87
10 13
7 69

7 08
7 13
6 84

48.05
23 91
268 54

4606
22 75
262 17

48 45
24 19
263 80

47 73
23 92
269 86

49.95
24 78
278 32

Industry

Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5 Railroad
..
....
6 Air
7 Other
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 Gas and other
...
10 Commercial and other1




...

..

....

....

...

. .

87

34. Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities, 19921
Billions of dollars, end of period, not seasonally adjusted

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

475 6
118 4
290 8
664

4767
116 7
293 2
668

473 9
116 7
288 5
6S 8

482 1
117 1
296 5
68 4

53 6
13 0

51 2
12 3

508
120

50 8
15 8

409.0
145 5

413 2
1394

411 1
146 5

415 5
150 6

554.5

5526

557 6

566 1

38 0
154 4

37 8
147 7

38 1
153 2

37 6
156 4

na
na
345
189 8
720
660

na
na
34 8
191 9
73 4
67 1

na
na
34 9
191 4
73 7
68 1

na
na
37 8
195 3
71 2
67 8

554.6

5527

5594

566 1

Account
ASSETS
1 Accounts receivable, gross2
2 Consumer
3 Business
4 Real estate
5 LESS; Reserves for unearned income
6
Reserves for losses

. ,

7 Accounts receivable, net
8 All other
9 Total assets
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
12
13
14
15
16
17

Debt
Other short-term
Long-term
Owed to parent
Not elsewhere classified
All other liabilities
Capital, surplus, and undivided profits . . . .

..

.. .

. .

18 Total liabilities and capital

35. Domestic finance companies: Consumer, real estate, and business credit, 1992
Millions of dollars, amounts outstanding, end of period

Jan.

Type of credit

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
524,049 525,518 521,112 520,191 519,614 520,693 525,802

1 Total
2 Consumer 2
3 Real estate .
4 Business

Feb.

,.

531,147 529,043 528,590 530,702 534,845

155,421 157,262 157,142 156,134 155,017 154,821 153,644 154,785 155,673 154,557
68,759
66,824 66,950 66,990 67,742 67,647 66,764 67,580 68,499 68,431
301,804 301,306 296,981 296,314 296,949 299,108 304,579 307,863 304,938 305,274

156,736
68,581
305,385

157,707
68,011
309,127

Not seasonally adjusted
5 Total
6 Consumer
7 Motor vehicles 3
8 Other consumer
9 Securitized motor vehicles4 4 . . . .
10 Securitized other consumer . . .
1 1 Real estate2
12 Business
13 Motor vehicles
14
Retail5 6
15
Wholesale
. .. .
16
Leasing
..
17 Equipment
18
Retail
19
Wholesale6
20
Leasing
21 Other business7
22 Securitized business assets4 . . . .
23
Retail
. . .
24
Wholesale
25
Leasing

88



523,779 522,925 521,209 521,952 520,620 524,471 525,651 526,440 526,182 528,143 530,367 538,158
155,302 155,504 155,788 155,137 154,443
62,206 61,959 60,655 61,717 59,399
57,035 58,357 57,732 56,678 56,769
24,879 24,016 25,723 24,697 26,529
11,182 11,172 11,678 12,045 11,746
66,413 67,309 67,396
66,773 66,202
301,704 301,218 299,008 299,506 298,781
88,006 89,105 88,584
88,358 88,536
21,896 21,745 20,688 20,842 20,143
30,080 30,821 30,799 31,161 30,893
36,519 37,102 37,549
36,383 35,969
142,809 142,562 142,695 143,537 143,494
31,634 31,516 31,601 31,824 31,569
9,244
9,142
9,646
9,265
9,552
101,623 101,400 101,830 102,469 102,783
58,744 58,392
61,943 61,876 60,108
8,311
8,244
8,199
8,119
8,593
480
206
196
531
526
5,137
5,147
5,098
5,071
5,312
2,621
2,647
2,776
2,968
2,750

154,830 154,155 155,585 156,471 155,561 157,149 158,631
58,386 57,605
60,056 60,400 60,393 59,806 59,290
56,864 57,068
58,172 59,522
56,606 56,624 56,838
29,775
27,823 28,964
26,195 25,392 26,852 28,204
11,379
11,729
11,974 11,739 11,503 11,598
11,626
68,854 68,782 69,206 68,761 68,410
66,768 67,805
302,872 303,691 302,001 300,929 303,376 304,457 311,118
90,075
87,686 85,745 85,261 86,747 85,621 87,456
19,303
20,674 21,086 20,743 20,407
20,763
19,708
26,894 29,962
30,505 27,158 25,113 25,347 26,449
39,443 39,889 39,506 39,536 39,020 38,191
38,896
146,031 145,824 145,828 147,166 147,033 148,127 151,607
32,610 32,370 32,250 31,571 31,475 31,427 32,212
8,994
8,824
8,669
8,928
9,194
9,084
9,128
104,227 104,326 104,493 106,601 106,630 107,877 110,726
57,464
56,056
56,495 56,926
57,129 58,231 58,156
13,782
14,590
13,101
11,951 12,273 12,447
9,636
634
1,118
152
607
170
178
158
8,593
8,756
8,378
8,813
7,649
5,231
8,198
3,874
4,362
4,132
3,917
4,716
3,917
4,227

36. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes, 1992
Millions of dollars, except as noted
Item

Year | Jan.

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

Terms1
Purchase price (thousands of dollars) . . . .
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars) . . .
Loan-to-price ratio (percent)
..
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan
amount)2

Yield (percent per year)
6 Contract rate11 3
7 Effective rate '
8 Contract rate (HUD series)4

158.1
118.1
76.6
25.6

153.9
114.9
75.2
26.2

154.7
110.2
72.9
24.5

167.0
123.2
76.1
25.2

162.5
122.7
76.9
26.6

158.7
119.7
77.3
26.4

154.4
116.1
77.3
25.0

173.5
132.6
77.5
26.4

148.4
113.6
78.7
24.8

146.0
109.3
77.0
25.7

159.2
119.7
77.3
25.2

165.4
117.3
75.3
24.9

154.0
117.7
77.7
26.1

1.60

1.85

1.84

1.75

1.88

1.69

1.57

1.19

1.62

1.52

1.42

1.54

1.31

7.98
8.25
8.43

8.17
8.49
8.69

8.29
8.65
8.74

8.21
8.51
8.91

8.26
8.58
8.78

8.30
8.59
8.66

8.15
8.43
8.42

7.81
8.00
8.14

7.72
8.00
8.01

7.68
7.93
7.95

7.65
7.90
8.29

7.81
8.07
8.38

7.65
7.88
8.19

8.46
7.77

8.72
7.81

8.74
8.01

8.85
8.20

8.79
8.10

8.66
8.00

8.56
7.90

8.12
7.63

8.08
7.28

8.06
7.31

8.29
7.53

8.54
7.90

8.12
7.57

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per year)
9 FHA mortgages (Section 203)5
10 GNMA securities6

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
1 1 Total
12 FHA/VA-insured
13 Conventional

142,833 131,058 133,399 136,506 139,808 140,899 142,148 142,465 142,246 144,904 149,133 153,306 158,119
22,168 21,981 21,980 21,902 21,914 21,924 22,218 22,263 22,199 22,275 22,399 22,372 22,593
120,664 109,077 111,419 114,604 117,894 118,975 119,930 120,202 120,047 122,629 126,734 130,934 135,526

Mortgage transactions (during period)
14 Purchases
..
...

75,905

4,809

5,358

7,282

7,258

5,576

5,809

4,191

3,651

6,779

8,380

7,980

8,832

Mortgage commitments (during period)
15 Issued78 . . .
16 To sell

74,970
10,493

7,129
249

6,589
343

6,738
1,143

5,400
2,219

4,392
1,695

4,662
1,831

4,663
807

6,053
10

8,880
148

8,195
0

6,084
237

6,185
1,811

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)*
17 Total
18 FHA/VA-insured
....
19 Conventional

29,959 27,384 27,030 28,821 30,077 28,710 28,621 28,510 29,367 31,629 32,995 32,703 33,665
352
432
446
359
365
371
426
419
376
438
450
408
456
29,552 26,928 26,580 28,376 29,639 28,278 28,195 28,091 28,990 31,259 32,630 32,343 33,313

Mortgage transactions (during period)
20 Purchases
...
...
21 Sales

191,125
179,208

11,475
10,521

12,190
11,998

16,001
13,639

18,109
16,139

16,405
17,214

14,222
13,740

12,172
11,849

13,562
12,314

16,391 20,199
14,267 18,771

19,607 20,792
19,154 19,602

Mortgage commitments (during period)9
22 Contracted
..
...

261,637

15,683 23,278

19,098

23,748

13,334

19,114 26,488

14,212

17,132 27,380

29,717




32,453

89

37. Mortgage debt outstanding, 1989-921
Millions of dollars, end of period

1990

1989

Ql

Q2

3,313,437 3,387,330 3,462,401 3,537,301

3,593,196

3,656,637

3,707,948

3,751,476

Ql
1 All holders
By type of property
One- to four-family residences
Multifamily residences
Commercial
Farm

Q2

Q4

Q3

| Q3

Q4

2,214,623
301 362
718,333
79 119

2,271,100
306,472
732,353
77,405

2,328,181
304,907
751,840
77,473

2,392,742
307,045
757,038
80,476

2,444,995
308,989
760,377
78,835

2,506,849
306,524
764,476
78,787

2,556,277
309,679
763,468
78,523

2,597,175
310,095
765,458
78,748

1,864 881
693,755
342 658
35,037
300 218
15,843
934 350
681,099
1 10 425
142 147
679
236 776
11,364
25 001
190,914
9498

1,900,002
719,527
357,472
36,792
308,946
16,318
938 714
687,000
110067
140,977
670
241,761
11,613
25 548
195,098
9 502

1,925,360
745,953
373,813
37,435
318,207
16,498
932 373
683,148
108 447
140,096
682
247,034
11,876
26 127
199,513
9 519

1,931,537
767,069
389 632
38,876
321,906
16,656
910 254
669,220
106014
134,370
650
254 214
12,231
26 907
205,472
9 604

1,939,005
786,802
405,009
37,913
327,110
16,771
891 921
658,405
103 841
129,056
619
260,282
12,525
27 555
210,422
9 780

1,940,366
814,598
431,115
38,420
327,930
17,133
860,903
642,110
97 359
120,866
568
264,865
12,740
28,027
214,024
10,075

1,913,303
831,193
445,882
37,900
310,086
17,326
816 047
626,297
94 790
114,430
530
266 063
12,773
28 100
214,585
10 605

1,914,315
844,826
455,931
37,015
334,648
17,231
801,628
600,154
91,806
109,168
500
267,861
13,005
28,979
215,121
10,756

191 723
25
25
0
41,780
18 347
8,615
5 101
9,717
6 198
2 673
3 525
0
0
0
0
0
93 746
86 482
7 264
31 261
1,839
29 422
18,713
16 134
2 579

192 504
24
24
0
40,711
18 391
8,778
3 885
9,657
6,424
2 827
3,597
0
0

195 129
24
24
0
41,117
18,405
8,916
4,366
9,430
6,023
2 900
3,123

0
96 372
88 488
7 884
30943
1,821
29 122
20,650
17659
2 992

197 778
23
23
0
41,176
18 422
9,054
4443
9,257
6087
2 875
3 212
0
0
0
0
0
99 001
90 575
8 426
29 640
1 210
28 430
21 851
18 248
3 603

207 538
22
22
0
41,125
18,419
9,199
4,510
8,997
6,355
3 027
3,328
7 143
3,711
1 443
1 989
0
99 947
90 894
9 053
29 325
1 197
28 128
23621
20 570
3 051

215 849
21
21
0
41,175
18,414
9,361
4,545
8,835
6,792
3 054
3,738
17 400
9,500
3 614
4,266
0
100,886
91 462
9,424
29 595
1,741
27 854
19,979
17 316
2 663

48 Mortgage pools or trusts5
49 Government National Mortgage Association
50
One-1 to four-family
51
Multifamily
52 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
53
One- to four-family
54
Multifamily
....
55 Federal National Mortgage Association
56
One- to four-family
57
Multifamily . . . .
58 Farmers Home Administration4
59
One- to four-family
60
Multifamily
61
Commercial . . . .
...
62
Farm
63 Private mortgage conduits
64
One- to four- family
...
.
...
65
Multifamily
..
66
Commercial
67
Farm

809,557
347 597
337 563
10034
234 695
228 389
6306
188 071
181,352
6719
96
24
0
34
38
39098
36 027
382
2689
0

835,186
352 654
342 545
10,109
245 242
238 446
6796
196 501
188,774
7 727
85
23

26
36
40 704
36 869
392
3 443
0

865,053
360097
349 838
10 259
257 938
251 232
6706
208 894
200,302
8 592
82
22
0
26
35
38 041
33 685
423
3 933
0

917 848
368 367
358 142
10 225
272 870
266060
6 810
228 232
219,577
8 655
80
21
0
26
33
48 299
43 325
462
4 512
0

948,907
376 962
366 300
10 662
281 736
274 084
7 652
246 391
237,916
8 475
76
20
0
25
31
43 742
38 165
637
4940
0

992,748 1,029855
385 456
394 859
374 960
384 474
10 496
10 385
295 340
301 797
287 232
293 721
8 108
8 077
263 310
281 §06
254,811
273,335
8 519
8 471
72
70
19
18
0
0
24
24
30
29
48 549
51 321
42 863
45 440
711
711
4 955
5 152
0
0

68 Individuals and others6
69 One- to four«family
70 Multifamily
71 Commercial
72 Farm

447 276
270 647
85 476
77,231
13 922

459 638
281 722
86332
79,978
11 606

476 858
294 969
84 003
85 699
12 187

490
303
84
86
15

497 746
314 731
86 180
82 325
14 510

507 674
319 472
86 043
87 866
14 293

2
3
4
5

By type of holder
6 Major financial institutions .
7 Commercial banks2
8
One- to four-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm
12 Savings institutions3
13
One- to four-family
14
Multifamily
15
Commercial . . .
...
16
Farm
17 Life insurance companies
18
One- to four-family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21
Farm

....

..
.
.
..
...
.
...

22 Federal and related agencies
23 Government National Mortgage Association
24
One= to four-family
25
Multifamily . . . .
..
26 Farmers Home Administration4
27
One- to four- family
..
28
Multifamily
29
Commercial . . . .
30
Farm
31 Federal Housing and Veterans* Administrations .
32
One- to four-family
33
Multifamily
..
34 Resolution Trust Corporation
35
One- to four-family
..
36
Multifamily
37
Commercial
38
Farm
39 Federal National Mortgage Association
40
One- to four-family
41
Multifamily
42 Federal Land Banks
43
One- to four-family
44
Farm
....
45 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
46
One- to four-family
..
47
Multifamily

90



...

...

.

....

..

o
o
o

93 757
86 162
7,595
11 467
1,851
29 616
20,121
17 382
2739

o

o
o
o
o

138
181
800
310
846

211 230
21
21
0
41,269
18 476
9,477
4 608
8,708
7 938
1 248
4 690
29 800
13 600
7 776
8 424
0
102 251
92 257
9 996
29 441
1 766
27 675
20 508
17 810
2 697

513 560
327 160
86 589
86 160
13 651

239 003
20
20
0
41,439
18,527
9,640
4,690
8,582
8,801
3 591
5,208
32 600
15,800
8 064
8,736

0

104,870
94 123
10,547
29 416
1,838
27 177
21,857
19 185
2 672

1,079,103
401 613
391 50^
12 108
316 159
308 369
7 990
299 833
291,194
8 639
66
17
0
24
26
59 232
53 335
731
5 166
0
519 055
330 378
86 695
87 905
14 077

37. Mortgage debt outstanding, 1989-921—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1991

Qi
1 All holders
2
3
4
5

...

By type of holder
6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks2
8
One- to four-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial .
..
11
Farm
3
12 Savings institutions
13
One- to four-family
14
Multifamily
15
Commercial .
.
16
Farm
17 Life insurance companies
18
One- to four- family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21
Farm

..

..

....




.

Q2

Q3

Q4

.

.

....

3,890,830

3,933,754

3,967,017

4,003,714

4,035,405

2,675,077
314 267
780,788
79,366

2,710,865
305 219
769,518
79,275

2,741,824
307 944
761,782
79,281

2 788,987
308 514
753 578
82,676

2,833,318
304 104
746,357
83,237

2 887,877
300 728
731 407
83,702

2,940 165
293 376
718 910
82,953

1 902,339
856,848
462 130
38,390
338,821
17,507
776,492
583,692
88,772
103,561
467
269,000
11 737
29,493
216,768
11,001

1 ,898 492
871,416
476 363
37,564
339,450
18 039
755,403
570,015
86483
98,457
448
271,674
11 743
30,006
219,204
10 721

1,860 710
870,937
478 851
36 398
337,365
18 323
719 679
547,799
81 883
89,595
402
270 094
11 720
29 962
218,179
10 233

1 846 910
876,284
486 572
37,424
333,852
18436
705,367
538,358
79 881
86,741
388
265,258
11 547
29,562
214,105
10044

1 825 983 1 803 488
884,598
880 377
496 518
492 910
37 710
38,314
'430,229
330;837
19 538
18 919
659,624
682 338
508,545
524,536
74 788
77 166
75,947
80 278
345
358
259,266
263 269
11 214
10 676
29,425
29 693
212,865
;>10,139
9 026
9 497

1 793 505
891 484
506 658
38 985
325,934
19 906
648 178
501,604
73 723
72,517
334
253,843
10451
28 804
205,709
8 878

1 769 058
894 549
511 976
38011
324 68 1
19 882
627 972
489,622
69 791
68 235
324
246 537
10 158
27 997
199,943
8 439

263,386
20
20
0
41,430
18,521
9,898
4,750
8,261
10,210
3,729
6,480
49,530
19,030
14,640
15,860
0
109,395
98,149
11 246
29,152
2041
27,111
23,649
21,120
2 529

266,217
20
20
0
41 ,566
18,598
9 990
4,829
8,149
10,057
3,649
6,408
52 063
21,957
14 451
15,655
0
109,553
98,097
11 456
29,053
2 124
26,929
23,906
21,489
2 417

266,146
19
19

278,396
19
19

41,713
18,496
10,141
4,905
8,171
10,733
4,036
6,697
45,822
14,535
15,018
16,269
0
112,283
100,387
11 8%
28,767
1 693
27,074
26,809
24,125
2684

41,791
18,488
10 270
4,961
8 072
11,332
4 254
7,078
49 345
15,458
16 266
17,621
0
118,238
105,869
12 369
28,776
1 693
27,083
28,895
26,182
2 713

278,091
23
23
0
41,628
17,718
10,356
4,998
8,557
11,480
4,403
7,077
44,624
15,032
13,316
16,276
0
122,939
110,223
12716
28,775
1 693
27,082
28,621
26,001
2 620

277,485
27
27
0
41,671
17,292
10,468
5,072
8,839
1 1 ,768
4,531
7,236
37,099
12,614
11,130
13,356
0
126,476
113,407
13 069
28,815
1 695
27,119
31,629
29,039
2 591

285,965
30
30
0
41,695
16,912
10,575
5,158
9,050
12,581
5,153
7,428
32 045
12,960
9621
9,464
0
137,584
124,016
13 568
28,365
1 669
26,696
33,665
31,032
2633

1,160,949
416,082
403,679
12403
341,132
332 624
8,509
331,089
322 444
8,645
55
13
0
21
21
72,591
65,785
826
5,980
0

1,207,060
422 500
412,715
9 785
348,843
341 183
7,660
351 917
343 430
8,487
52
12
0
20
20
83 747
75,520
1,951
6276

1 ,250,666
425,295
415,767
9,528
359,163
351 906
7,257
371,984
362,667
9,317
47
11

1,288,823
421 977
412,574
9 404
367,878
360 887
6,991
389,853
380 617
9,236
43
10

o

...

3,849,498 3,864,877

251,978
21
21

...

...

48 Mortgage pools or trusts5
49 Government National Mortgage Association
50
One- to four-family . . . .
51
Multifamily
52 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
53
One- to four-family
54
Multifamily
55 Federal National Mortgage Association . . .
56
One- to four- family
57
Multifamily
58 Farmers Home Administration4
59
One- to four-family
...
60
Multifamily
61
Commercial . .
62
Farm
...
.
..
....
63 Private mortgage conduits
64
One- to four-family
65
Multifamily
..
66
Commercial
..
67
Farm

...

Ql

2,625,024
310,361
778,989
79,392

....

22 Federal and related agencies
23 Government National Mortgage Association
24
One- to four-family . .
25
Multifamily
26 Farmers Home Administration4 ,
....
27
One- to four-family
28
Multifamily
29
Commercial
30
Farm
.
...
31 Federal Housing and Veterans' Administrations
32
One- to four-family
...
33
Muttifamily
34 Resolution Trust Corporation
35
One- to four-family
36
Multifamily
37
Commercial . . .
38
Farm
.
...
39 Federal National Mortgage Association
40
One- to four-family
.
...
41
Multifamily
42 Federal Land Banks
..
...
43
One- to four-family
44
Farm
.
..
...
45 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
46
One- to four-family . .
...
47
Multifamily

68 Individuals and others^
69 One- to four-family
70 Multifamily .
7 1 Commercial
72 Farm

1992
Q4

Q3

3,793,767

..

By type of property
One- to four-family residences
Multifamily residences
Commercial
Farm

Q2

19
17
94,177
84,000
3,698
6,479

18
16
109 071
95,600
4,686
8,784

1,341,338
422,922
413,828
9,094
382,797
376 177
6,620
413,226
403,940
9,286
43
9
0
18
15
122,350
105,700
5,796
10,855

o

1,385,460
422,255
413,063
9,192
391,762
385 400
6,362
429,935
420,835
9,100
41
9
0
18
14
141,468
123,000
5,796
12,673
0

1,425,546
419,516
410,675
8,841
407,514
401 525
5,989
444,979
435,979
9,000
38
8
0
17
13
153,499
132,000
6,305
15,194
0

525,141
328,429
85,116
96,920
14,675

526 671
329,802
85,039
97,066
14,764

530 890
333,702
84,370
97 599
15,219

527, 108
327,704
84,842
99,41 1
15,150

540 552
338,676
84,932
98 213
18,732

544,100
342,832
84,698
97,896
18,675

547,263
348,252
84,272
96,129
18,610

554,836
356,451
83,617
96,218
18,549

o

...
...
...

..

...

41,307
18,522
9,720
4,715
8,350
9,492
3,600
5,891
41,700
17,300
11,712
12,688
0
106,985
96,137
10 848
29,253
1 884
27,368
23,221
20,570
2 651
1,114,309
409,929
399,764
10,165
328,215
319 978
8,237
312,101
303,554
8,547
62
14

o

...

...

23
24
64,003
57,691
819
5,493

o

o

o

o

o

o

o

91

38. Consumer installment credit, 19921
Millions of dollars, amounts outstanding, end of period

Jan.

Holder and type of credit

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
735,406 734,225 734,434 731,736 730,612 730,866 730,4% 731,023 733,023 734,195 736,023 741,093

1 Total
2 Automobile
3 Revolving
4 Other

..

261,553 260,666 262,087 260,746 259,844 257,989 258,259 258,827 259,433 258,208 258,860 259,627
245,609 246,474 246,324 246,987 247,205 248,795 248,980 249,384 250,456 251,806 252,086 254,299
228,243 227,085 226,023 224,002 223,562 224,081 223,257 222,812 223,135 224,181 225,077 227,167
Not seasonally adjusted

.

. . . 740,143 732,391 727,624 726,204 725,317 727,478 726,917 731,954 734,884 734,766 737,651 756,944

By major holder
6 Commercial banks
...
7 Finance companies
8 Credit unions .
.
9 Retailers
10 Savings institutions
1 1 Gasoline companies
12 Pools of securitized assets^

336,733 331,876 328,529 328,184 327,072 326,502 326,849 327,170 327,437 326,472 325,149 331,869
119,241 120,316 118,387 118,395 116,168 116,661 117,024 117,230 116,669 116,359 116,558 117,127
. . . . 91,895 91,469 91,164 91,340 91,605 91,995 92,248 93,360 94,644 95,517 96,092 97,641
37,311 35,851 35,370 35,539 35,731 35,415 34,646 35,943 35,925 36,441 36,678 42,079
45,136 44,218 42,998 42,292 42,202 41,768 41,813 41,932 41,317 42,031 42,746 43,461
4,094
4,506
4,542
4,452
4,377
4,151
3,988
4,193
4,360
4,499
4,365
4,365
105,450 104,510 107,188 106,360 108,347 110,776 109,831 111,777 114,393 113,494 116,063 120,402

5 Total

By major type of credit3
1 3 Automobile
14 Commercial banks
15 Finance companies
16 Pools of securitized assets2

260,767 258,999 259,659 259,092 258,700 257,973 258,457 260,564 262,042 260,201 259,148 259,964
111,977 111,448 111,561 110,924 110,802 109,212 1 10,490 111,048 111,646 1 10,447 109,459 109,743
62,206 61,959 60,655 61,717 59,399 60,056 60,400 60,393 59,806 59,290 58,386 57,605
30,301 29,100 30,762 29,554 31,209 31,029 29,966 31,132 32,283 32,065 32,979 33,878

17 Revolving
.
.
18 Commercial banks
19 Retailers
20 Gasoline companies
21 Pools of securitized assets2

. . . 250,234 245,605 243,076 243,544 244,236 246,596 246,332 248,386 249,421 249,983 252,877 267,949
133,939 130,738 128,419 128,389 127,838 127,700 127,574 127,063 126,971 126,992 127,481 132,582
32,245 30,812 30,336 30,493 30,660 30,319 29,532 30,797 30,763 31,254 31,444 36,629
4,506
4,542
4,452
4,377
4,151
3,988
4,094
4,193
4,360
4,499
4,365
4,365
63,536 63,818 64,341 64,365 65,010 67,403 67,773 68,805 69,901 69,285 70,889 74,243

22 Other
23 Commercial banks
.
24 Finance companies
25 Retailers
26 Pools of securitized assets2

92



...

229,142 227,787 224,889 223,568 222,381 222,909 222,128 223,005 223,422 224,581 225,626 229,031
90,817 89,690 88,549 88,871 88,432 89,590 88,785 89,059 88,820 89,033 88,209 89,544
57,035 58,357 57,732 56,678 56,769 56,606 56,624 56,838 56,864 57,068 58,172 59,522
5,071
5,114
5,162
5,187
5,234
5,066
5,039
5,034
5,046
5,096
5,146
5,450
11,613 11,592 12,085 12,441 12,128 12,344 12,092 11,840 12,209 12,144 12,195 12,281

39* Terms of consumer installment credit, 1992'
Percent per year, except as noted

1992
Item

1990

1991

1992
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

INTEREST RATES
1
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car . . . .
24-month personal
120-month mobile home
Credit card

11.78
15.46
14.02
18.17

9.29
14.04
12.67
17.78

12.54
15.99

12.41
15.60

9.93
13.80

10.04
14.34

10.19
14.00

10.92
14,19

10.84
14.14

10.67
14.01

54.6
46.0

55.1
47.2

54.0
47.9

53.5
48.4

53.8
48.0

54.3
48.0

54.5
47.8

54.7
47.9

87
95

96

89
97

89
97

89
97

89
97

89
97

89
97

12,071
8,289

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car

11.14
15.18
13.70
18.23

12,494
8,884

13,584
9,119

13,135
9,007

13,340
8,912

13,137
8,908

13,208
8,905

13,373
9,247

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

9.89
14.39
12.93
18.09

9.52
14.28
12.82
17.97

OTHER TERMS3
Maturity (months)
7 New car
8 Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
11 New car
12 Used car

1992
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

INTEREST RATES
}
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car . . . .
24-month personal . . . .
120-month mobile home
Credit card

8.60
13.55
12.36
17.38

9.15
13.94
12.57
17.66

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car

10.24
13.89

9.94
13.67

8.88
13.49

8.65
13.44

9.51
13.37

9.65
13.37

9.65
13.66

54.4
48.0

54.4
48.0

53.6
47.9

53.3
47.7

54.1
47.9

54.1
47.8

53.6
47.7

89
97

89
97

90
97

90
97

89
97

89
97

90
97

13,369
9,201

13,570
9,293

13,745
9,238

13,889
8,402

13P885
9,373

14,043
9,475

14,315
9,464

OTHER TERMS3
Maturity (months)
1 New car
8 Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
11 New car
12 Used car




93

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1991-92
A. All sectors
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding

U.S.
government

Private domestic nonfmancial sectors
Transaction category or sector

Households
Assets

State
and local

Business

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Total
!

"£ "

Asse,

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

1991
15,203.6

1 Total financial assets

Gold and special drawing rights2
I.M.F. position
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency and special drawing rights
certificates
7 Checkable deposits and currency
8 Time and savings deposits
9 Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
10 Money market fund shares
1 1 Deposits abroad
12 Life insurance reserves . . . . ,
13 Pension fund reserves
14 Interbank claims
15 Mutual fund shares
16 Other corporate equities3
17 Credit market instruments 4
18 U.S. Treasury securities 5
....
19 Federal agency securities
20 Tax-exempt securities . . .
21 Corporate and foreign bonds
22 Mortgages
23 Consumer credit . .
.
24 Bank loans n e e
25 Open market paper
..
....
26 Security credit
27 Proprietors' 6credit
28 Trade credit
29 Taxes payable
30 Miscellaneous
.
....

...

5,087.2

4,078.8

2 Total liabilities

734.7

2,880.3

498.4

18,818.7

3,144.9

10,093.5

927.5

3
4
5
6

11.6
9.6
18.3
26.3
559.7
2 344.1

233.1
207.1

24.7
53.7

817°4
2,604.9

69.7
31.5
39.5

83.2

461.0

152.9
492.6
39.5
402.0
4,208.8

402.0
4 208 8
684.3
2,104.9
1,760,5
355.0
302.9
579.3
153.7
262.4
107.2
87.0
2,366.0

14.8
3,944.5

94.8
2,882.3
799.9
47.5

'55 !i
61.0

225.4

18.2

256.0
91.5
4.1
11.3

35.3
60.6
*53.4
952.4
1,076.1

3,599.6
114.0
1 051 9
1,163.4

536.2
365.3
42.9
14.8

902. 5

892. 5

113.3

611.2
98.5

777.6
68.0
642.0

24.9

37.0

699.1
2,104.9
2,552.8
811.8
349.9
605.3
153.7
411.0
60.6
160.°6
87.0
2,366.0
952.4
37.0
1,301.5

"sb'9
1.6

11 .9
276.0

8,446^6
1,101.4
1,051.9
4,045.7
799.9
724.7
98.5
55.1
863^6
68.0
660.2

246.2

2,776*4
2,757.8

m.6

'983

'37*8
16.4
106.1

*

°4*7*3
' 7.0

1992
15,939.4

1 Total financial assets . . . .

3
4
5
6




736.4
5,149.6

...

19,707.3

467.1
3,471.8

10,428.8

974.8

2

Gold and special drawing rights
I.M.F. position
....
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency and special drawing rights
certificates
7 Checkable deposits and currency .
8 Time and savings deposits .
9 Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
10 Money market fund shares
....
1 1 Deposits abroad
12 Life insurance reserves
13 Pension fund reserves
14 Interbank claims
15 Mutual fund shares
16 Other corporate equities3
17 Credit market instruments .
..
18 U.S. Treasury securities4
19 Federal agency securities5
20 Tax-exempt securities . .
....
21 Corporate and foreign bonds
22 Mortgages
23 Consumer credit
24 Bank loans n e.c.
25 Open market paper
26 Security credit
27 Proprietors' credit
28 Trade credit6
29 Taxes payable
30 Miscellaneous
....

94

3,031.5
4,304.5

2 Total liabilities

8.5
11.9
18.5

24.5

672.4
2,219.1

247.1
196.1

26.1
49.9

945.5
2,465.2

457.4

78.2
36.2
35.1

97.5

175.8
493.6
35.1
431.9
4,573.7

431.9
4,573.7
896.2
2,274.5
1,835.5
356.9
298.6
597.4
143.7
321.3
117.6
76.1
2,260.8

nil
4,167.0
101 '0

3,082^6
809.2
46.2
'53.3

262.7
96.7
6.1
11.6

*313
63.5
'53.6

64.5
241.9

985.7

19.6

1,173.2

3,604.3
1 14*0
1,119.2
1,107.6

524.7
361.5
38.4
11.4

949 6

113*3

! 1

939 7

660^8
107.1
816.8
75.7
652.7

9133
2,274.5
2,622.8
815.1
343.1
620.4
143.7
465.9
63.5

m. 2

25 2

38.2

76.1
2,260.8
985.7
38.2
1,415.1

"3K7
0.9

YLS

303.5

8,72<X9
1,1* 5*4/7
1,119.2
4,190.2
809.2
707.0
107.1
53.3
906.6
75.7
672.3

233l5

3,0803
3,061.6
18.8

'm'A

*

*30.'7
9.9
121.6

45.0
6°9

All sectors1

Financial sectors
Monetary
authority

Total
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Commercial
banking

Liabilities

Assets

Private
nonbank finance

Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Line
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Liabilities

1991
14,783.8

364.9

14,297.6

207.6
47.1
21.6

'643
114.8
1,959.0
10,552.0
1,496.5
1,172.7
496.0
1,3693
3,541.6
7393
788.2
394.2
101.9

8,948.4

3,331,6

...

1

1,790.4
1,652.7

1,043.6

2

' '9.5
45.9

3
4
5

31.1
1,008.'5
2,829.9
363.4
539.6
390'0
3,932.8
65.2
813.9
2,6703
1,569^5

1.8

15.9

82.1
181.5

~98.'9
1,059.9

' 'l.2

122.4
47.1
21.6

133.8
539.6

693

' \\2

15.8

60 .1
3.7
4.5
2,8533
233.4
334.8
103.2
92.9
884.9
370.0
788.2
10.6
46.8

'ib'.o

" 8^4

469^8

' 2'.2

' '2.9
111.1
1,954.5
5,861.7
945.9
797.2
392.8
1,276.4
1,322.1
369.4

175.2

113.2

*62! 1

372.7
55.1

'. '. '.
.5
538.1

49 A

829.5

'40^2

20.0

538.0

614^2

1,046.5

2
3
4
5

'61.2

i\3.9

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

920.7

1,5743

...

1,564^4
50.7
34.7

47L1
5.1

'.'.'.
1,334.5

4L8
323.6
133.8

Yo!o

'.'.'.
25.4

' sli
292.7

1,569.5

294.0
835 A
449.5
65.6

'.'.'.

237^4

\24.2

'lL2

'21.6
81.8

10.9

3.8
911.1

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Yi.'s

'63.Q

212.5
266.5
6.0

' '5.6

6
7
8

203
42.0

390 0
3,932.*8

4L8
385.7
133.8
43
1,535.9

616.1
1,770.0
229.6

293."5

584^2
5.1

49! 1

1,3303

1,660.3

11. 1
-.1
27.6

11.1
— 1
27^6
31.1
85.1
181.5

9,318.6

3,440.0

364.9

'.'.'.
783

1992
15,876.0

381.8
15,355.8

11.1
-.1
21.5

3,514.9

201.1
50.0
20.5

397.5
543.6

1

1,970,7
1,832.3

40.0

8.1

420.4
4,270.2
115.4
1,050.2

' 4^0

l,4lV.6

...

6
7
8

29.5
1,131.0
2,689.4

49^6

1,842.4
9,626.9

11.1
-.1
21.5

29.5
92.5
184.1

"68^0
136.9
2,238.0
11,218.5
1,743.0
1,328.6
534.2
1,488.7
3,643.1
745.7
780.0
394.9
141.3

10,012.0

3,639.8
381.8

2,897.0
1, 736^6

300^4
295.0
5.4

"49^0
394.3
164.1




89.6
184.1

ill.4
9843

1.2

'21 .*8
39.3

124.7
50.0
20.5

125.4
543.6

683

23.5
'55^6

420.4
4,270.2
63".9

627^2
5.1

21.7
4.4
1,651.0

' "l.*8

708.4
1,705.1
272.0

31L1

" 73

' 6/7

'60'.2
3.4
4.9
2,945.2
294.0
376.4
97.6
90.7
903.6
362.2
780.0
9.2
88.0

5363

'51 '.5

182.0

127.6

' 3.7
133.5
2,233.2
6,212.9
1,085.1
899.7
436.7
1,398.0
1,246.4
383.6

'57.4

1,050.2
1,759!9
68.9
47.0

499^6
5.1

'.'.'.
1,493.2

54.4

372~2
53.3

339.9
164.1

'49^0

49.6

21.7
3.7
958.4

'.'.'.
12.9

'.'.'.

256 A

142 "O

'13*0

'23'.9
77.7
'30.2

539! 8

601.6

1,74L5

;13.5
i '.

'. . '.
.7
595.1

1,736.6

314.6
930.8
503.5
83.8

43."5

973."6

857.0

'.'. .
90.8

3073

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

95

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1991-92—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
SAIFinsured
thrift
institutions

Total7
Transaction category
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Life
insurance
companies

Liabilities

Assets
Assel$

Liabilities

Private
pension
funds
Assets

Liabili
tjes "

1991

8,948.4

2 Total liabilities
3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and savings deposits
5 Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
6 Money market fund shares
7 Deposits abroad
..
..
8 Life insurance reserves
9 Pension fund reserves
10 Reserves at the Federal Reserve
1 1 Mutual fund shares
12 Other corporate equities'*
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 c
21 Open-market paper
22 Other loans
23 Security credit
24 Trade credit6 .
...
25 Taxes payable
26 Miscellaneous .
.
.
...

925.9

9,318.6

1 Total assets

82.1
181,5
122.4
47.1
21.6
...

....

...

...

....

932.1

2.9
111.1
1 9545
5,861.7
945.9
797.2
392.8
1,276.4
1,322.1
369.4

55.5
676.0
22.4

15,9
105.2
22.1

...

....

372.7
385.2
55.1
49.1

....

...

829.5

390.0
876 5

; ; ; 2,179^5

', '. '.

64.4
966.4
624.2
194.9
92.0
4.0
213.9
27.8

2,9

813.9
920.7

47 LI
5.1

*4L8
323.6
79.1
133.8
10.0
3.8
911.1

2,179.5

1,420.3
5,5

25.0

6.6
5.0
9.3

390.0
3 932 8

...

..

98.9
1,059.9
133.8
539.6

2,179.5

1,505.3

804.2
14.7
119.1
.9
34.3
584.0
34.1

75.9

" 8^6

46\7
117.9
1,199.6
77.8
164.2
10.2
595.1
265.3

'. '. !

1.4

'nil

65^8

97.9

1,0
101.2

110.7

91.6

20,8
66.4
.7
153.0

381.3

1992
1 Total assets

9,626 9

2 Total liabilities
3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and savings deposits
5 Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
6 Money market fund shares
7 Deposits abroad
8 Lire insurance reserves
9 Pension fund reserves
10 Reserves at the Federal Reserve
...
1 1 Mutual fund shares
12 Other corporate equities^
.
13 Credit market instruments
14 U S Treasury securities'*
15 Federal agency securities5
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
23 Security credit
24 Trade credit^
..
25 Taxes payable
26 Miscellaneous

96



89.6
184.1
124.7
50.0
20.5
...
...

...
....

...

3,7
133.5
2 2332
6,212.9
1 085 1
899.7
436.7
1,398.0
1,246.4
383.6

....

...

372.2
391.2
53.3
49,6
857.0

111.4
984.3
125.4
543.6

60.9
588.4
21.9

17.1
115.0

5,9

22.9

27.1

42Q.4
4,270.2

2,349.4

1,534.5

844.6
5.1
3.7
9.0

2,349.4

1,622.8

835.8

10,012.0

'. '. '.

42Q.4
948.5

'. '. '.

2,349.4

3.7

I,05a2
973.6

499^6
5.1
'49'0
339.9
79.9
164.1
21.7
3.7
958.4

727.5
19.7
111.5
.9
42.8
514.4
30.0

71.1

' 5^5

57.8
129.3
1,289.4
89.8
189.4
11.7
648.2
246.5

75.7
1,052.3
661.1
211.2
93.3
4.4
227.2
30.3
94.7

.9
8ll

64^8

31.6
72.0

86^9

1.1
101.1

113.3

.6
165.1

4053

] '. '.

State and
local
government
retirement
funds
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Money
market
funds

Mutual
funds

Finance
companies

Li

*jf -

Liabilities

Assets

Assets

Other
insurance
companies

Liabilities

Assets

Line

Liabilities

1991
784.0

876.8

10.6

4.2
11.6

...

...

...

539.6

813.9

719.2

876.8

12.3

-.2
33.0
68.2

...

...

...

1

587.7

539.6

813.9

5.3

422.7

539.6

21.6

:;;

s?^

386^6
474.3
155.0
87.0
.8
183.4
18.8

! '. '.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

635.5

547.5

187.6
216.3
126.3

...
351.1
450.5
143.1
48.3
137.1
100.5

37.1
322.7

813^9

21.5

'.'.'.

' ' '

107^9

402.7
79.6
41.3
89.9

...
...

378.7
136.0

'. '. '.

...

139.0
97.2

19L9

'. ] !

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.
14.2

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'".5

543.6

...

624.4

543.6

...

292.9

! !!

.7

171.1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

1992
807.1

972.3

11.9

6.7
7.3

1,050.2

739.3

972.3

...

...

...

1,050.2

-2.7
30.9
67.1

16.1

...

1

448.9

5.9

543.6

20.5

!;;

ma

448^9

'. '. '.

'.'.'.
509.3
173.3
102.2
.9
187.0
15.8




'.'.'.

656.9

563.8

238.7
121.7

180.8

'.'.'.
451.2
582.8
185.3
66.5
172.9
128.9

44.0
339.0

29.3

.9
174.6

...

1,650.2
'.'.'.
404.1
79.7
54.8
94.8

'.'.'.
...
...

1253
396.0
148.3

...

138.6
102.4

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'. '. '.

174^7

296.5
'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.
23.7

' ' '3

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

97

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1983-1992
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Billions of dollars, amount outstanding at end of year

1983

1984

1985

1986

Transaction category or sector

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

Nonfinancial sectors

1 Total credit market debt owed by domestic
nonfinancial sectors

5,270.9

6,034.5

6,934.5

7,816.8

8,549.2

9,316.3

10,087.1

10,760.8

11,222.9

11,801.3

1,167.0
1,163.4
3.6
. . . . 4,103.9

1,364.2
1,360.8
3.4
4,670.3

1,589.9
1,586.6
3.3
5,344.6

1,805.9
1,802.2
3.6
6,010.9

1,949.8
1,944.6
5.2
6,599.4

2,104.9
2,082.3
22.6
7,211.4

2,251.2
2,227.0
24.2
7,835.9

2,498.1
2,465.8
32.4
8,262,6

2,776.4
2,757.8
18.6
8,446.6

3,080.3
3,061.6
18.8
8,720.9

505.7
423.0
1,859.6
1,236.7
158.8
350.4
113.7
437.6
497.1
36.8
344.0

564.4
469.1
2,092.4
1,379.9
183.6
416.5
112.4
519.3
560.4
58.5
406.2

743.0
543.2
2,338.8
1,541.9
213.0
478.1
105.9
601.6
602.0
72.2
443.9

789.6
670.4
2,686.4
1,793.0
246.2
551.4
95.8
659.1
662.3
62.9
480.2

873.1
749.1
3,023.4
2,015.8
270.0
648.7
88.9
692.0
669.5
73.8
518.5

939.4
852.2
3,327.3
2,257.5
286.7
696.4
86.8
742.1
710.6
85.7
554.1

1,004.4
926.1
3,647.5
2,515.1
304.4
742.6
85.3
791.8
760.7
107.1
598.4

1,055.6
973.2
3,907.3
2,760.0
305.8
757.6
84.0
809.3
758.0
116.9
642.6

1,101.4
1,051.9
4,045.7
2,904.6
303.3
753.3
84.5
799.9
724.7
98.5
624,5

1,154.7
1,119.2
4,190.2
3,102.9
288.7
710.4
88.2
809.2
707.0
107.1
633.5

391.7
1,766.0
1,946.2
188.4
645.8
1,111.9

427.4
1,993.3
2,249.5
187.9
769.0
1,292.6

561.4
2,271.0
2,512.2
173.4
899.0
1,439.8

620.6
2,584.0
2,806.3
156.6
999.7
1,650.0

703.6
2,861.3
3,034.6
145.5
1,061.2
1,827.8

752.5
3,177.3
3,281.6
137.6
1,127.1
2,016.9

815.7
3,508.2
3,512.0
139.2
1,177.5
2,195.3

864.0
3,780.6
3,6J8.0
140.5
1,204.2
2,273.4

902.5
3,944.5
3,599.6
140.1
1,180.7
2,278.7

949.6
4,167.0
3,604.3
143.8
1,140.6
2,319.9

23 Foreign credit market debt held in
United States

221.1

229.4

230.6

232.1

238.3

244.6

254.8

278.6

292,7

307.3

24
25
26
27

57.5
37.4
21.5
104.6

61.9
30.8
27.7
109.0

65.7
27.9
33.9
103.0

68.8
26.9
37.4
99.0

76.2
23.3
41.2
97.6

83.1
21.5
49.9
90.1

88.0
21.4
63.0
82.4

109.4
18.5
75.3
75.4

124.2
21.6
81.8
65.2

142.0
23.9
77.7
63.7

5,491.9

6,263.9

7,165.1

8,048.9

8,787.5

9,560.9

10,341.9

11,039.4

11,515.7

12,108.6

By borrowing sector and instrument
2 U S government
3 Treasury securities .
4
Agency issues and mortgages
5 Private
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
11
14
15
16

By instrument
Tax-exempt obligations
Corporate bonds
.
Mortgages
Home mortgages
Multifamily residential
Commercial
Farm
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c. . .
Open market paper
Other

17
18
19
20
21
22

.

By borrowing sector
State and local government
Household
Nonfinancial business
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate
Corporate
.

....

....
...
..

....

Bonds
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
U S government loans

28 Total credit market debt owed by
nonfinancial sectors, domestic and
foreign

Financial sectors
29 Total credit market debt owed by financial
sectors
By instrument
U S government- related
Sponsored credit-agency securities
Mortgage pool securities
Loans from U.S. government . .
Private
Corporate bonds
....
Mortgages
..
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
Loans from Federal Home Loan Banks . . .

By borrowing sector
40 Sponsored credit agencies
41 Mortgage pools
....
42 Private financial sectors
...
43 Commercial banks
44 Bank affiliates
45 Savings and loan associations
46 Mutual savings banks
47 Finance companies
48 Real estate investment trusts (REITs) . . . .
49 Securitized credit obligation (SCO) issuers . .

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

1,080.6

1,272.1

1,603.8

1,871.0

2,082.9

2,333.0

2,524.2

2,670.3

2,897.0

456.7
206.8
244.9
5.0
461.7
175.6
2.1
29.6
195.5
59.0

531.2
237.2
289.0
5.0
549.4
221.4
2.5
31.4
219.5
74.6

632.7
257.8
368.9
6.1
639.4
261.2
2.7
34.3
252.4
88.8

810.3
273.0
531.6
5.7
793.4
358.8
2.7
38.6
284.6
108.6

978.6
303.2
670.4
5.0
892.4
398.3
3.1
35.0
322.9
133.1

1,098.4
348.1
745.3
5.0
984.6
415.1
3.4
35.6
377.7
152.8

1,249.3
373.3
871.0
5.0
1,083.7
491.9
3.4
37.5
409.1
14L8

1,418.4
393.7
1,019.9
4.9
1,105.8
528.2
4.2
38.6
417.7
117.1

1,574.3
402.9
1,166.7
4.8
1,095.9
584.2
5.1
41.8
385.7
79.1

1,741.5
443.1
1,293.5
4.8
1,155.6
627.2
5.1
49.0
394.3
79.9

211.8
244.9
461.7
76.8
73.5
64.4
1.7
237.5
3.5
4.2

242.2
289.0
549.4
84.1
89.5
81.6
2.9
273.4
4.3
13.5

263.9
368.9
639.4
79.2
106.2
98.9
4.4
320.1
5.6
25.0

278.7
531.6
793.4
75.6
116.8
119.8
8.6
402.1
6.5
64.0

308.2
670.4
892.4
81.8
131.1
139.4
16.7
413.0
7.3
103.1

353.1
745.3
984.6
78.8
136.2
159.3
18.6
444.6
11.4
135.7

378.3
871.0
1,083.7
77.4
142.5
145.2
17.2
504.2
10. 1
187.1

398.5
1,019.9
1,105.8
76.3
114.8
115.3
16.7
539.8
10.6
232.3

407.7
1,166.7
1,095.9
63.0
112.3
75.9
13.2
547.5
12.3
271.9

447.9
1,293.5
1,155.6
67.4
114.6
71.1
15.1
563.8
13.6
309.9

918.4

All sectors
50 Total credit market debt, domestic and
foreign

6,410.3

7,344,5

8,437.2

9,652.7

10,658.5

11,643.9

12,674,9

13,563.6

14,186.0

15,005.6

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

1,618.4
505.7
656.1
1,861.9
437.6
564.2
253.8
512.5

1,890.3
564.4
752.4
2,095.0
519.3
622.5
305.7
594.8

2,216.5
743.0
870.1
2,341.6
601.6
664.2
358.5
641.8

2,610.4
789.6
1,098.0
2,689.2
659.1
727.8
384.9
693.6

2,923.4
873.1
1,223.6
3,026.5
692.0
727.8
437.9
754.1

3,198.3
939.4
1,350.4
3,330.7
742.1
767.7
513.4
801.9

3,495.6
1,004.4
1,506.0
3,650.9
791.8
819.6
579.2
827.5

3,911.7
1,055.6
1,610.7
3,911.5
809.3
815.1
609.9
839.9

4,345.9
1,101.4
1,760.4
4,050.8
799.9
788.2
565.9
773.5

4,8J7.0
1,154.7
1,888,5
4,195.4
809.2
780.0
579.0
781.9

U S government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds . . . .
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c. . . .
Open market paper
Other loans

98



41. Flow of funds accounts, 1983-1992—Continued
B. Summary of financial transactions
Billions of dollars, except as noted, amounts outstanding at end of year
Transaction category or sector

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

i
1

1989

1990

1991

1992

CREDIT MARKET DEBT OUTSTANDING
1 Total credit market assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Private domestic nonfmancial sectors . . . .
Households
Nonfarm noncorporate business
Nonfinancial corporate business
State and local governments
U S government
Foreign
.
..
Financial sectors
Sponsored credit agencies
Mortgage pools
..
Monetary authority
Commercial banking
..
....
U.S. commercial banks
Foreign banking offices
Bank affiliates
Banks in U S possession
Private nonbank finance
Thrift institutions
Savings and loan associations . . .
Mutual savings banks
Credit unions
Insurance
Life insurance companies
Other insurance companies . . . .
Private pension funds
State and local government
retirement funds
28
Finance n e e
29
Finance companies
30
Mutual funds
31
Money market funds
32
Real estate investment trusts
(REITs)
33
Brokers and dealers
34
Securitized credit obligation
(SCOs) issuers

6,410.3

7,344.5

8,437.2

9,652.7

10,658.5

11,643.9

12,674.9

13,563.6

14,186.0

15,005.6

1,105.1
748.9
40.5
114.3
201.3
213 2
273.7
4,818.3
237 1
244.9
159.2
1 ,626. 1
1,522.7
86 8
7.2
95
2,550.9
948.8
709.9
169.4
69.4
1,115 6
509.0
138.6
256.5

1,256.4
853.8
50.3
124.4
227.9
230 1
341.8
5,516.2
267 3
289.0
167.6
1,7997
1,681.0
99 6
81
11 0
2,992.6
1,102.9
840.1
178.1
84.7
1,256 5
563.1
150.3
297.0

1,572,3
1,032.6
55.6
125.9
358.3
248 6
409.6
6,206.7
291 0
368.9
186.0
1 989 1
1,846.6
117 1
11 8
13 7
3,371.7
1,195.1
909.2
187.9
98.1
1 385 1
637.5
176.5
302.1

1,691.0
1,070.9
59.8
143.2
417.1
255 2
510.7
7,195.8
304 3
531.6
205.5
2,183.9
2,005.8
1520
11.5
14 6
3,970.5
1,303.5
985.1
205.3
113.1
1,589.0
724.5
219.2
345.1

1,946.7
1,273.6
54.1
161 7
457.2
239 9
563 5
7,908.5
3306
670.4
230.1
2 319 2
2,104.8
186 2
13 5
14 7
4,358.2
1,451.2
1,089.6
230.8
130.9
1,7464
816.2
258.6
340.4

2,185.5
1,485 1
57.2
167 4
475.8
213 2
653 2
8,592.0
367 7
745 3
240.6
2 476 3
2,231.9
215 6
134
15 4
4,762.1
1,572 0
1,184.2
240.6
147.2
1 932 6
920.0
287.9
358 5

2,440.5
1 710 1
56.4
180 3
493.7
205 1
734 2
9,295 1
367 2
871 0
233.3
2 643 9
2,368.4
242 3
16 2
17 1
5,179.7
1,484 9
1,088.9
241.1
154 9
2 140 3
1,013.1
317.5
394 7

2,644.2
1,882 3
55,0
1869
519.9
238 7
7924
9,888 3
383 6
1,019 9
241.4
2769 3
2,463.6
270 8
13 4
21 6
5,474.1
1,335 5
945.1
227.1
163.4
2,329 1
1,116.5
344.0
431 3

2,552.8
1,760.5
52.6
203 4
536.2
246 2
835 1
10,552.0
397 7
1,166.7
272.5
2853 3
2,502.5
319 2
11.9
19 7
5,861.7
1,190.7
804.2
211.5
174.9
2,676 8
1,199.6
378.7
624.2

2,622.8
1,835.5
50.4
212 3
524.7
233 5
9308
11,218.5
4664
1,293.5
300.4
2 945 2
2,571.9
335 8
17.6
200
6,212.9
1,129.0
727.5
210.2
191.3
2,855 7
1,289.4
396.0
661.1

211.4
486 5
293.6
36 0
119.2

246.1
633 2
338.5
540
164.2

269.0
791 5
394.7
122 7
178.1

300.3
1 077 9
471.8
245 8
212.2

331.1
1 1606
510.0
271 6
214.0

366 2
1 257 5
559 2
283 4
224 7

414 9
1 554 5
617 1
307 2
291 8

437 4
1 809 4
658 7
360 2
3727

474.3
1 994 3
635.5
450 5
402.7

509.3
2 228 2
656.9
582 8
404.1

2.7
30.7

3.5
59.5

5.9
65.1

5.9
78.3

7.0
54.9

7.8
46.7

84
142.9

77
177.9

6.8
226.9

7.4
267.1

42

13 5

25 0

640

103 1

135 7

187 1

232 3

271 9

309 9

6,410.3

7,344.5

8,437.2

9,652.7

10,658.5

11,643.9

12,674.9

13,563.6

14,186.0

15,005.6

RELATION OF LIABILITIES
TO FINANCE ASSETS
35 Total credit market debt
Other liabilities
36 Official foreign exchange
37 Treasury currency and special drawing
rights certificates
38 Life insurance reserves
39 Pension fund reserves .
..
40 Interbank claims
41 Deposits at financial institutions
42 Checkable deposits and currency
43 Small time and savings deposits . . .
44 Large time deposits
45 Money market fund shares
46 Security repurchase agreements
47 Foreign deposits
48 Mutual fund shares
49 Security credit
50 Trade debt
.
..
5 1 Taxes payable
52 Miscellaneous

18.2

24.8

29.1

24.4

27.1

53.6

61.3

55.4

51.8

16.9
240.8
1,520.8
-57.9
2,926.5
577.7
1,550.9
382.4
179.4
188.6
47.6
112 1
83.4
582.5
58 4
1,326.4

17.5
246.0
1,698.3
-45.6
3,300 8
625.1
1,701 6
469.8
233.6
229.0
41 8
136 7
87.9
626.3
62 7
1,427.9

18.0
256.7
1,991.9
-18.7
3,578 1
708.5
1 8427
487.7
243.8
257.5
37 9
240 2
131.2
673.0
63 5
1,607.3

18.8
274.2
2,314.3
6.2
3,934.5
835.5
1,962.6
492.7
292.1
304.7
46.9
413 5
141.1
699.3
69.0
1,797.9

19.2
300.3
2,470.5
41.4
4,075.8
839.6
2,031 7
543.3
316.1
299.2
45 9
460 1
115.3
754.7
74 5
2,081.9

19.8
325.5
2,755.0
46.9
4,354 7
882.8
2,169 2
596.9
338.0
325.0
42 8
478 3
118.3
838.4
79 8
2,312.0

23.8
354.3
3,210 5
32.4
4,644 6
888.6
2,265 4
615.4
428.1
403.2
43 9
566 2
133.9
903.9
81 8
2,508.3

26 3
380.0
3,303 0
64.0
4,741 4
932.8
2,325 3
548.7
498.4
379.7
56 6
602 1
137.4
938.0
81 4
2,678.8

26.3
402.0
4,208.8
65.2
4,802.5
1,008.5
2,342.0
487.9
539.6
363.4
61.2
813.9
188.9
940.9
72.3
2,817.3

24.5
431.9
4,573.7
115.4
4,817.0
1,131.0
2,281.0
408.4
543.6
397.5
55.6
1,050.2
217.3
1,003.6
80.1
2,931.8

17.6

13,237.8

14,921.2

17,003.0

19,350.5

21,076.8

22,999.5

25,188.3

26,577.2

28,579.6

30,303.0

Financial assets not included in
liabilities ( + )
54 Gold and special drawing rights
55 Corporate equities
56 Household equity in noncorporate business .

16.1
2,021.6
2,065.4

16.7
2,021.2
2,033.3

18.4
2,583 7
2,059.3

19.5
2947.1
2,121.8

21.4
2,864.9
2,253.1

20.7
3,141.6
2,373.1

21.0
3,819.7
2,524.9

22.0
3,506.6
2,449.4

22.6
4,357.9
2,366.0

19.6
4,827.2
2,260.8

Floats not included in assets ( — )
57 U.S. government checking deposits
58 Other checkable deposits
59 Trade credit
....

-.8
38.3
-91.1

-.5
36.5
-110.6

1.7
37.3
-114.0

2.7
28.3
-123.6

6.0
28.8
- 134.8

5.9
29.6
-164.3

6.1
26.5
-159.7

15.0
28.9
-148.0

3.8
30.9
-138.5

6.8
32.5
-105.9

Liabilities not identified as assets ( — )
Treasury currency . . .
Interbank claims
...
Security repurchase agreements
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

-3.4
-27.4
33.1
34 2
-74.2

-3.5
-22.9
37.3
31 7
-130.1

-3.8
-18.3
28.3
25 1
-122.1

-3.8
-24.5
29.7
20.9
- 174.0

-4.0
-28.1
13.8
25.0
-134.7

-4.1
-28.5
-12.4
21.4
-132.5

-4.3
-31.0
11.5
20.6
-251.1

-4.1
= 32.0
-23.3
21.8
-247.3

-4.8
= 4.2
-12.9
18.9
-458.5

= 5.0
-9.9
-2.8
32.0
-558.3

65 Totals identified to sectors as assets . . . . 17,432.1

19,154.5

21,830.3

24,683.1

26,444.2

28,819.7

31,935.2

32,944.3

35,891,3

38,021.1

53 Total liabilities

60
61
62
63
64




99

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1983-92—Continued
C, Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1990

1989

1991

1992

Transaction category or sector
Household, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations
1 Total financial assets

8,154.3

8,694.4

9,819.4

10,803.8

11,382.7

12,356.3

13,803.7

13,984.1

15,203.6

15,939.4

2 Deposits and credit market instruments .
3 Deposits
4
Checkable deposits and currency . .
5
Small time and savings deposits . .
6
Money market fund shares .
7
Large time deposits

2,838.1
2,089.1
342.0
1,532.6
158.4
56.2

3,208.8
2,355.1
358.4
1,685.7
202.4
108.5

3,525.6
2,493.0
380.2
1,829.6
211.1
72.1

3,792.1
2,721.3
475.4
1,945.7
250.7
49.5

4,138.3
2,864.6
481.4
2,005.3
278.8
99.1

4,533.5
3,048.4
479.4
2,137.2
302.4
129.4

4,959.0
3,248.9
493.6
2,225.4
388.3
141.5

5,218.7
3,336.4
516.0
2,279.0
432.5
108.9

5,125.2
3,364.7
559.7
2,283.1
461.0
61.0

5,184.4
3,348.9
672.4
2,217.3
457.4
1.9

748.9
321.0
285.1
71.5
213.6
35.9
192.1
53.1
127.1
55.7
98.0
1,267.8

853.8
390.0
332.2
74.5
257.7
57.8
223.6
50.7
127.8
61.6
117.7
1,264.5

1,032.6
427.1
340.1
79.8
260.3
87.0
302.8
53.1
127.4
122.1
206.9
1,611.4

1,070.9
386.4
316.3
93.3
223.0
70.1
304.2
103.3
141.2
135.7
356.9
1,750.7

1,273.6
454.2
327.5
101.1
226.4
126.7
397.3
118.4
164.9
138.8
406.3
1,600.3

1,485.1
584.0
380.7
109.6
271.1
203.3
464.8
81.0
181.8
173.5
418.0
1,718.9

1,710.1
680.3
392.5
117.7
274.8
287.8
527.2
116.2
213.1
173.4
491.6
2,004.1

1,882.3
770.9
440.8
126.2
314.6
330.1
557.5
150.9
214.8
188.2
514.5
1,841.5

1,760.5
658.0
355.0
138.1
216.9
302.9
579.3
153.7
262.4
107.2
684.3
2,104.9

1,835.5
655.5
356.9
157.3
199.6
298.6
597.4
143.7
321.3
117.6
896.2
2,274.5

240.8
1,520.8
2,065.4
20.6
102.9

246.0
1,698.3
2,033.3
21.6
104.2

' 256.7
1,991.9
2,059.3
35.1
132.5

274.2
2,314.3
2,121.8
44.0
149.8

300.3
2,470.5
2,253.1
39.1
174.9

325.5
2,755.0
2,373.1
40.9
191.3

354.3
3,210.5
2,524.9
53.2
206.2

380.0
3,303.0
2,449.4
62.4
214.6

402.0
4,208.8
2,366.0
87.0
225.4

431.9
4,573.7
2,260.8
76.1
241.9

25 Total liabilities

1,846.6

2,073.4

2,372.9

2,694.1

2,960.7

3,283.6

3,618.5

3,892.2

4,078.8

4,304.5

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

1,766.0
1,130.1
374.5
63.2
41.0
38.9
41.8
76.5
34.2
30.3

1,993.3
1,265.1
449.5
69.8
51.2
41.4
37.0
79.4
31.8
33.1

2,271.0
1,416.2
526.2
75.3
81.3
43.8
43.9
84.3
50.7
36.0

2,584.0
1,659.6
581.1
78.0
79.1
49.9
46.9
89.4
57.4
38.7

2,861.3
1,875.0
618.5
73.5
78.2
82.2
41.6
92.4
41.8
42.5

3,177.3
2,109.6
673.3
68.8
79.5
109.2
40.5
96.5
43.5
47.2

3,508.2
2,360.5
728.9
62.9
81.9
122.6
52.8
98.6
42.5
51.4

3,780.6
2,598.7
748.5
60.7
86.0
133.5
43.3
109.8
38.8
56.3

3,944.5
2,738.3
749.1
50.9
94.8
144.1
47.5
119.9
55.1
61.0

4,167.0
2,928.9
756.9
52.3
101.0
153.8
46.2
127.9
53.3
64.5

16.1

15.1

15.2

13.9

15.1

15.5

16.4

16.5

18.2

19.6

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

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
Mutual funds shares
Corporate equities
....
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Equity in noncorporate business
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

Credit market instruments . . . .
Home mortgages
Consumer installment credit .
Other consumer credit
Tax-exempt debt
..
Other mortgages
Bank loans n e e
Other loans
Security credit
...
Trade credit
Deferred and unpaid life insurance
premiums

100



...

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1983-92—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1983

1984

1985

1986

1,422.9

1,506.5

1,600.7

1,765.9

1,911.6

2,074.0

38 Liquid assets
39 Checkable deposits and currency . . . .
40 Time deposits
41
Money market fund shares
42 Security repurchase agreements . . . .
43 Foreign deposits
44 U.S. government securities
45 Tax-exempt obligations
46 Commercial paper

301.9
61.9
70.6
11.2
48.4
25.7
38.5
4.2
41.4

326.0
74.6
74.4
16.1
48.8
20.6
42.7
4.1
44.8

355.3
94.0
80.3
14.5
58.3
18.8
39.0
4.9
45.3

416.1
112.8
87.5
18.1
70.5
24.8
53.5
8.0
40.9

440.8
120.4
91.6
18.9
71.3
24.3
57.0
10.5
46.6

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

30.2
4.5
542.8
543.5
382.0
53.5
0.7
107.3

32.9
7.2
590.3
550.1
373.9
58.6
0.7
116.9

36.7
10.8
629.9
568.1
394.0
62.8
0.8
110.5

40.9
15.7
655.2
638.0
419.6
81.6
0.9
135.8

55 Total liabilities

1,766.7

2,007.6

2,208.1

56 Credit market instruments
57 Tax-exempt debt2
58 Corporate bonds'
59 Mortgages
60
Home
61
Multifamily
62
Commerc i al
63 Bank loans n e e
64 Commercial paper
65 Other loans
66
Savings and loan associations . . . .
67
Finance companies
68
U.S. government loans
69
Acceptable liability to banks
70
Foreign
71
SCO issuers

1,111.9
83.9
423.0
112.8
12.0
13.8
87.1
340.9
36.8
114.6
1.5
56.7
10.4
27.6
18.3

1,292.6
104.4
469.1
121.3
12.6
14.4
94.3
391.1
58.5
148.1
5.9
68.9
11.6
30.4
31.3

1,439.8
127.0
543.2
109.8
13.3
15.0
81.5
424.1
72.2
163.5
8.7
79.4
14.2
28.3
32.9

72 Profit taxes payable
73 Trade debt
74 Miscellaneous liabilities
75 Foreign direct investment in United
States
76 Pension fund contributions payable . .

38.6
418.3
197.8

42.2
452.0
220.9

158.3
39.5

1987

1988

1990

1991

1992

2,189.9

2,310.7

2,370.0

2,520.0

464.7
137.4
105.6
15.6
79.5
13.1
54.3
12.0
47.0

470.4
133.6
103.4
16.2
75.5
17.6
60.4
11.4
52.4

487.9
131.7
99.3
26.3
73.6
29.5
64.3
9.5
53.8

532.3
139.0
103.0
31.5
69.7
39.5
84.8
11.3
53.4

553.4
150.7
97.5
36.2
78.2
35.1
90.6
11.6
53.6

47.5
12.8
700.9
709.7
479.1
92.4
1.3
136.9

54.0
10.6
793.1
751.6
486.9
102.5
1.3
160.8

56.2
11.7
837.6
814.0
514.9
117.2
1.3
180.7

59.4
9.7
848.9
904.7
576.7
131.5
1.3
195.2

54.0
14.8
842.0
926.9
596.3
145.5
1.8
183.3

56.6
17.1
869.3
1,023.6
625.5
159.2
1.9
237.1

2,466.0

2,741.4

3,047.1

3,296.1

3,446.0

3,505.9

3,586.9

1,650.0
117.1
670.4
141.6
14.0
15.8
111.9
473.7
62.9
184.3
12.0
88.6
14.8
28.1
40.8

1,827.8
116.2
749.1
200.8
14.7
16.5
169.7
482.4
73.8
205.5
11.9
106.9
11.5
32.6
42.7

2,016.9
116.4
852.2
207.1
15.4
17.1
174.6
519.3
85.7
236.2
17.2
122.7
9.9
32.6
53.8

2,195.3
115.5
926.1
228.9
16.0
17.8
195.1
553.5
107.1
264.2
16.1
135.1
9.6
35.8
66.6
1.0

2,273.4
115.2
973.2
225.3
16.6
18.3
190.4
555.4
116.9
287.5
12.1
146.8
8.8
29.2
88.0
2.7

2,278.7
114.0
1,051.9
221.6
17.0
18.8
185.8
530.5
98.5
262.2
8.6
146.5
7.9
23.3
71.5
4.4

2,319.9
114.0
1,119.2
198.8
17.6
19.4
161.8
518.5
107.1
262.4
4.0
148.3
7.9
20.4
74.5
7.3

39.0
486.0
243.3

42.8
499.7
273.5

47.9
539.6
326.2

49.6
598.7
381.8

46.5
629.3
425.1

45.5
669.6
457.6

35.5
680.3
511.4

42.6
710.6
513.8

179.2
41.7

195.9
47.3

222.8
50.8

275.4
50.8

327.7
54.1

367.5
57.6

399.6
58.0

416.4
94.9

409.9
103.8

124.5
1,638.7

138.3
1,617.7

143.8
2,022.6

155.5
2,332.6

161.3
2,344.0

194.4
2,576.7

208.4
3,211.4

179.4
3,004.7

161.6
3,633.6

158.8
3,960.5

619.7
492.2
949.2

694.8
597.8
1,091.9

780.0
659.8
1,184.8

929.1
720.9
1,263.4

1,066.2
761.7
1,349.1

1,175.7
841.2
1,489.5

1,270.4
924.8
1,600.6

1,313.6
959.7
1,674.8

1,387.5
891.2
1,607.0

1,432.0
888.0
1,641.1

55.7

53.7

54.1

56.3

58.3

58.2

57.8

57.7

60.8

61.7

44.2
31.8

46.2
29.8

45.8
29.9

43.6
32.9

41.6
32.6

41.7
31.1

42.1
29.3

42.2
29.1

39.1
33.1

38.2
33.7

1989

Transaction category or sector
Nonfinancial corporate business
37 Total financial assets

Consumer credit
Mutual fund shares
Trade credit
Miscellaneous assets
Foreign direct investments'
Insurance receivables
Equity in sponsored agencies
Other

MEMO
77 Net trade credit
78 Market value of equities
Debt subtotals
79 Securities and mortgages
80 Loans and short-term paper
81 Total short-term liabilities3
Ratios (percent)
82 Long-term debt to total credit market
debt
83 Short-term debt to total credit market
debt
84 Liquid assets to short-term liabilities . . .




101

42, Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures, 1992
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted, indexes 1987=^ 100 except as noted

Year

1

1 Industrial production .
Market groupings
2 Products total

3 Final, total . . . .
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment . .
6 Intermediate
7 Materials . . . . .

,

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing . . .

.

.

9 Capacity utilization, manufacturing
(percent)2
3

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. j Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

106.5

Measure

104.5

105.3

105.6

106.3

106,7

106.0

106.8

106.6

106.2

107.5

108.4

108.9

105 6
108.2
105.2
112.7
97 6
1079

103 3
105.3
103.2
108.3
97 0
106.2

104 2
106.5
104.0
110.1
97 2
106.8

1045
1069
104.7
1102
97 2
107 3

105 3
107.7
105.4
111 1
97 9
107 9

105 7
108.3
105.8
112.0
97 9
108 0

104 8
107.1
104.0
111.6
97 7
107.8

105 7
108.1
104.9
112.7
98 6
1085

105 9
108.9
105.1
114.3
97 0
107 6

105 3
108 1
104.4
1135
96 9
107 4

107 1
110.1
106.4
1154
97 8
108 1

107 8
111.0
107.1
116 7
98 1
109 1

IOH 2
111.5
107.5
117.2
98 3
1 10 0

106.9

104.5

105.4

106.1

106.5

107.1

106.5

107.1

107.0

106 8

108 0

1089

109.2

78.8

77.6

78.2

78.6

78.8

79.1

78.6

78.9

78.7

78 4

79 2

79.7

79.8

93.6

95.0

100.0

990

990

860

90.0

89.0

90.0

89 0

104 0

920

900

1 1 Nonagricultural employment total4
12 Goods-producing, total
13
Manufacturing, total
14
Manufacturing, production workers
15 Service-producing
16 Personal income, total
17 Wages and salary disbursements
18
Manufacturing
19 Disposable personal income5
20 Retail sales6

1064
94.9
95 8
95.3
110.0
133.0
129.0
115 4
134.7
127 2

106.0
94.5
95.5
94.8
109.7
130.0
126.2
113 7
131.4
124 0

106.0
94.3
95.5
94.9
109.7
131.2
127.6
114 5
132.6
125 6

106 1
94.3
95 5
949
109.9
131 8
128.0
114 6
133 8
124 8

106 3
94.2
95 4
949
110.1
131 9
127.8
115 0
133 8
125 0

1064
94.2
95 3
94.9
110.3
1324
128.6
115 5
134.2
125 8

1064
93.9
95 1
94.7
110.4
132 5
128.5
115 1
134.4
125 7

106 5
93.9
95 1
94.8
110.6
132.8
128.7
115 5
134.5
126 6

106 5
93.5
947
94.3
110.7
133.0
129.6
115 3
134.6
127 3

106 6
93.3
94 5
94 0
110.8
133 6
129.5
1153
135 2
128 1

106 7
93.2
94 3
93 9
111.0
135 3
130.5
1165
137.0
130 7

106 8
93.2
94 3
94.0
111.2
135 3
131.2
1160
136.8
130 5

107 0
93.2
94 3
94.1
111.4
136 6
132.3
118 0
138.2
131 9

Prices1
21 Consumer (1982-84^100)
22 Producer finished goods (1982= 100)

1403
123.2

138.1
121.8

138.6
122.1

139 3
122.2

139 5
122.4

1397
123.2

1402
123.9

140.5
123.7

140.9
123.6

141 3
123.3

141 8
124.4

142 0
124.0

141 9
123.8

10 Construction contracts

102



43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1992
A. Output
1987 = 100, quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

79.8

105.1

106.3

106.5

108.3

78 8

105 3

106 7

107 0

108 7

Primary processing
Advanced processing2

82.2
77 3

103.0
106 5

103.9
108 0

103 7
108 5

104 7
110 6

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Durable goods
Lumber and products
Primary metals
Iron and steel
Nonferrous
Nonelectrical machinery
Electrical machinery ,
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment

76 4
85.8
80 7
80 3
81.2
78 1
79.7
69 0

105 8
960
102 2
106 1
96,9
117 6
116 1
99 2

107 8
95 1
101 3
104 7
96.7
122 6
119 0
105 7

108 3
960
99 7
103 5
945
126 8
120 9
103 6

110 8
98 5
101 5
105 0
96 7
132 4
1240
111 4

74.1

104.0

101.3

99 5

97 7

14
15
16
17
18
19

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals and products
Plastics materials
Petroleum products . . .

82.0
89 9
89 1
80.9
84 6
87.4

104 7
103 9
107 7
113.5
106 3
101 1

105 4
104 6
108 7
114.8
109 8
102 7

105 4
105 2
108 6
114 7
110 5
100 2

106 1
105 2
107 9
116 9
106 6
104 2

86 8
85.3
87 4

97 1
110.9
111 0

97 8
111.1
110 7

97 5
1109
110 6

97 9
114 7
114 3

Series
1 Total industry
2 Manufacturing
3
4

..
1

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22 Electric




....
.

103

43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1992—Continued
B. Capacity
1987= 100, quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

79.8

132.7

133.2

133.7

134.2

78.8

134.8

135.4

136.0

136.6

82.2
77.3

125.9
139.0

126.1
139.8

126.4
140.6

126.6
141.3

76.4
85.8
80.7
80.3
81.2
78.1
79.7
69.0

140.5
112.2
125.9
131.3
118.6
157.5
148.6
149.6

141.2
112.3
125.6
130.8
118.5
159.0
149.9
151.2

141.9
112.4
125.3
130.4
118.3
160.6
151.3
152.9

142,6
112.5
125.0
129.9
118.2
162.1
152.6
154.5

74.1

135.7

135.7

135.7

135.8

82.0
89.9
89.1
80.9
84.6
87.4

127.8
116.3
120.9
140.8
127.3
117.3

128.3
116.4
121.3
141.7
127.8
116.9

128.7
116.6
121.7
142.6
128.3
116.6

129.1
116.7
122.1
143.5
128.8
116.2

86.8
85.3
87.4

112.8
130.5
126.8

112.6
130.9
127.4

112.3
131.4
127.9

112.0
131.8
128.5

Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

79.8

79.2

79.8

79.7

80.7

78.8

78.1

78.8

78.7

79.6

Primary processing
Advanced processing^

82.2
77.3

81.8
76.6

82.4
77.3

82.1
77.2

82.7
78.3

Durable goods
Lumber and products
Primary metals
Iron and steel
Nonferrous
... .
Nonelectrical machinery
Electrical machinery
.... .
. . .
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment

76.4
85.8
80.7
80.3
81.2
78.1
79.7
69.0

75.3
85.6
81.2
80.8
81.7
74.7
78.2
66.3

76.3
84.7
80.7
80.1
81.6
77.1
79.4
69.9

76.3
85.4
79.6
79.4
79.8
79.0
80.0
67.7

77.7
87.6
81.2
80.8
81.8
81.7
81.2
72.1

74.1

76.6

74.7

73.3

72.0

82.0
89.9
89.1
80.9
84.6
87.4

81.9
89.3
89.1
80.6
83.5
86.2

82.2
89.8
89.6
81.0
85.9
87.8

81.9
90.3
89.2
80.4
86.2
85.9

82.1
90.1
88.4
81.4
82.8
89.7

86.8
85.3
87.4

86.1
85.0
87.5

86.9
84.8
86.9

86.9
84.5
86.4

87.4
87.1
89.0

Series
1 Total industry
2 Manufacturing
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

Primary processing
Advanced processing2

.

. . .

Durable goods
Lumber and products
. . . .
Primary metals
. .. .
Iron and steel
Nonferrous
Nonelectrical machinery
Electrical machinery
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment

.

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals and products
Plastics materials
Petroleum products

20 Mining
2 1 Utilities . .
22 Electric

. . . .

C. Capacity utilization rate3
Percent, quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Series
1 Total industry
2 Manufacturing
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

. . . .
1

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals a n d products
Plastics materials
Petroleum products

20 Mining
21 Utilities . .
22 Electric . .

104




.

. .
.

.

...

...
.

44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1992
Thousands of persons; monthly data seasonally adjusted except as noted
Category

Year

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1 . . . 193,542 192,358 192,469 192,607 192,745 192,881 193,025 193,190 193,356 193,513 193,683 193,847 194,026
2 Labor force1
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

128 948 127 627 127 770 128,133 128,320 128,613 128 868 128 918 128 970 128 840 128 618 128 896 129 108
126,982 126,028 126,185 126,548 126,743 127,039 127,298 127,350 127,404 127,274 127,066 127,365 127,591

114,391 113,890 113,749 114,070 114,312 1 14,394 1 14,266 114,515 114,562 114,503 114,518 114,855 1 15,049
3,213
3,194
3,206
3,244
3,209
3,207
3,146
3,262
3,186
3,207
3,218
3,221
3 169
9 384

8,992

9,223

9,284

9,225

9,459

9,788

9,628

9 624

9 550

9 379

9 301

9,280

74
64,594

71
64,731

73
64,699

7.3
64,474

7.3
64,425

7.4
64,268

7.7
64,157

76
64,272

76
64,386

75
64,673

74
65,065

73
64,951

73
64,918

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll
employment?
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Manufacturing
Mining
Contract construction
Transportation and public
utilities
Trade
Finance .
.
. ..
Service
Government




108,434 108,051 108,045 108,164 108,347 108,470 108,454 108,605 108,615 108,674 108,789 108,921 109,079
18,192
635
4,594

18,151
653
4,506

18,149
649
4,468

18,137
645
4,485

18,124
642
4,485

18,109
637
4,491

18,073
630
4,469

18,073
628
4,459

17,991
623
4,459

17,949
616
4,447

17,911
618
4,466

17,917
616
4,462

17,913
613
4,459

5,741
25,120
6,672
28,903
18,578

5,717
25,273
6,580
28,645
18,526

5,719
25,298
6,581
28,643
18,538

5,716
25,310
6,576
28,715
18,580

5,713
25,366
6,577
28,833
18,607

5,711
25,402
6,577
28,925
18,618

5,711
25,386
6,569
28,996
18,620

5,707
25,397
6,559
29,111
18,671

5,701
25,396
6,558
29,178
18,709

5,704
25,417
6,565
29,247
18,729

5,699
25,454
6,570
29,361
18,710

5,699
25,466
6,569
29,430
18,762

5,707
25,522
6,575
29,524
18,766

105

45. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value, 19921
A. Major markets
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Group

1987
proportion

1992
avg.

100.0

106.5

104.5

105.3

105.6

106.3

106.7

106.0

'6

105.6
108.2
105.2
102.5
99.4
96.9
79.0
127.9

1033
1053
103.2
96.9
90.5
84.5
72.3
105.7

104.2
106.5
104.0
99.7
95.2
90.9
74.9
118.6

104.5
106.9
104.7
100.9
96.5
92.2
73.7
124.2

1053
107.7
105.4
102.6
99.0
97.4
79.2
129.1

105.7
1083
105.8
105.6
102.9
102.1
853
131.2

104.8
107.1
104.0
102.0
99.0
96.5
83.5
119.2

1.0
3.1

103.7
105.2

100.5
102.5

102.4
103.6

103.8
104.7

101.5
105.8

104.4
107.9

.8
.9

110.4
99.9

105.7
953

108.4
97.4

109.9
99.4

111.4
101.0

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

106.8

106.6

106.2

107.5

108.4

108.9

105.7
108.1
104.9
102.8
98.8
953
81.2
119.8

105.9
108.9
105.1
101.9
99.5
96.0
77.0
128.8

105.3
108.1
104.4
100.9
973
93.5
77.9
120.4

107.1
110.1
106.4
104.1
103.1
101.5
78.5
141.3

107.8
111.0
107.1
105.7
104.1
102.9
79.6
1433

108.2
111.5
107.5
107.9
108.7
111.7
86.9
154.6

103.2
104.6

104.6
106.3

105.3
104.0

103.7
104.1

105.9
104.9

106.0
107.1

103. 8
107.2

116.8
102.7

109.6
98.0

109.7
101.7

111.0
97.7

112.9
98.2

110.8
98.5

110.8
103.7

110.5
105.4

May

June

July

Index (1987 - 100)

MAJOR MARKETS
1 Total index
2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods total
5
Durable consumer goods . . . .
6
Automotive products
7
Autos and trucks
8
Autos, consumer
9
Trucks, consumer . . . .
10
Auto parts and allied
goods
11
Other
12
Appliances, A/C, and
TV
13
Carpeting and furniture . .
14
Miscellaneous home
goods
15
Nondurable consumer goods . .
16
Foods and tobacco
17
Clothing
18
Chemical products
19
Paper products
20
Energy
21
Fuels
22
Residential utilities

59.5
44.8
26.5
5.8
2.7
1.7

1.4
20.7
9.1
2.6
3.6
2.6
2.7
.8
2.0

105.6
105.9
104.7
95.0
118.7
100.8
108.3
104.7
109.6

105.2
105.0
103.3
95.6
117.1
102.4
106.1
104.0
106.8

105.0
105.2
104.0
95.1
117.4
100.7
1073
103.1
109.0

105.2
105.7
104.5
95.4
117.9
1013
107.7
104.2
109.0

105.8
106.1
104.8
95.0
118.9
101.2
109.0
105.2
110.5

1063
105.9
104.7
95.7
118.1
101.0
107.8
104.8
108.9

106.0
104.6
1033
94.5
117.6
100.6
105.2
103.8
105.8

107.4
105.5
105.0
95.1
1173
100.1
1063
104.1
107.2

104.1
106.0
107.0
94.0
116.5
100.2
105.6
98.9
108.2

102.9
1053
104.9
94.3
118.5
100.4
104.6
103.5
105.1

105.8
107.1
105.9
94.5
121.1
100.1
111.1
109.8
111.6

107.1
107.5
105.2
95.9
1233
100.9
112.0
107.7
113.6

106.6
107.4
104.8
96.0
121.7
100.9
114.4
106. 1
117.5

23
24
25

18.3
13.2

112.7
123.2

1083
1163

110.1
118.8

110.2
119.0

111.1
120.6

112.0
122.1

111.6
121.9

112.7
123.7

1143
126.1

113.5
125.0

115.4
127.5

116.7
129.0

117.2
129.6

5.5
1.9
3.9
2.0
1.0
1.8
4.4
.6
.2

134.7
176.8
108.5
137.1
117.9
104.7
85.9
783
99.7

123.5
160.6
103.5
134.6
106.9
101.6
89.5
75.5
89.5

126.5
162.4
105.7
138.0
113.1
102.5
89.0
75.4
92.0

127.8
164.9
1063
135.5
114.1
101.0
88.9
75.1
91.4

129.6
168.2
106.8
137.5
119.5
104.2
87.7
75.5
93.0

131.4
170.5
108.4
136.9
1233
106.5
87.2
75.4
92.5

1343
174.0
108.7
133.9
117.2
99.2
86.5
73.1
90.1

137.4
178.0
109.1
135.3
114.2
100.2
85.1
73.8
101.3

138.5
182.0
109.2
143.3
117.3
105.6
84.5
75.6
96.9

138.2
184.0
109.6
134.5
114.7
107.3
84.4
763
100.9

142.2
187.0
110.1
137.4
121.7
108.8
83.5
82.7
110.4

142.9
189.0
112.0
140.4
123.9
110.7
83.2
86.4
118.5

143.2
198.5
112.3
144.1
131.4
109.2
82.5
91.2
128.6

Intermediate products total
Construction supplies
Business supplies

14.7
5.9
8.8

97.6
93.8
100.1

97.0
92.0
100.4

97.2
93.2
99.9

97.2
93.4
99.7

97.9
93.6
100.7

97.9
953
99.6

97.7
93.6
100.6

98.6
943
101.4

97.0
94.1
99.0

96.9
93.0
99.5

97.8
94.7
99.9

98.1
95.1
100.0

983
94.5
100.8

37 Materials . .
38 Durable goods materials
39
Durable consumer parts
40
Equipment parts
41
Other
42
Basic metal materials
43 Nondurable goods materials
44
Textile materials
45
Pulp and paper materials
46
Chemical materials
. .
47
Other
48 Energy materials
49
Primary energy
50
Converted fuel materials

40.5
20.5
4.1
7.4
9.0
3.1
9.0
1.2
2.0
3.8
2.0
11.0
7.3
3.7

107.9
108.9
101.5
116.5
106.0
108.3
110.9
102.8
109.9
114.2
110.4
103.4
99.7
110.6

106.2
106.8
993
113.1
104.9
107.8
108.8
101.6
108.4
111.0
109.1
103.1
100.5
1083

106.8
107.8
100.4
114.0
105.9
109.2
109.9
103.5
108.2
113.0
109.4
102.5
99.1
109.0

1073
108.1
100.8
114.9
105.8
109.2
110.9
101.5
109.7
113.8
111.9
102.7
98.1
111.9

107.9
108.8
102.0
115.2
106.5
109.2
111.2
102.9
111.0
1143
110.4
103.5
99.2
112.1

108.0
109.0
101.5
116.1
106.5
109.2
111.5
102.4
109.6
115.5
110.9
1033
99.5
110.6

107.8
108.7
101.5
116.6
105.4
107.8
111.5
101.8
U0.8
114.8
111.6
103.1
99.6
109.9

108.5
1093
100.6
117.7
1063
108.7
111.5
107.7
110.3
114.1
110.0
104.4
100.4
1123

107.6
108.9
101.4
117.1
105.5
107.7
110.7
101.6
108.7
114.5
110.5
102.5
99.4
108.7

107.4
107.6
98.5
116.2
104.6
105.8
111.7
103.3
112.3
114.5
110.5
103.6
99.6
111.4

108.1
109.7
101.8
118.3
106.2
108.3
110.7
102.7
109.1
114.4
109.7
103.0
99.4
110.0

109.3
111.1
104.3
1193
107,4
109.8
112.0
103.4
110.2
115.6
112.0
103.9
100.2
111.1

110.0
111.9
107.5
119.7
107.5
108.8
111.5
102.9
110.7
114.6
1113
105.1
101.3
112.4

97.2

106.6

104.8

105.4

105.8

1063

106.6

106.1

107.0

106.7

1063

107.4

108.4

108.6

95.2

106.6

104.9

105.5

105.8

106.4

106.6

106.1

107.0

106.7

106.4

107.5

108.4

108.6

97.7

105.0

103.5

104.2

104.4

105.1

1053

104.6

105.3

105.0

104.5

105.7

106.6

107.1

24.8
23.8

105.7
104.8

104.5
102.9

104.9
103.6

105.5
1043

105.9
104.9

106.1
105.6

104.6
103.9

105.5
104.7

105.7
105.0

105.1
1043

106.8
105.9

107.4
106.6

107.3
106.8

12.2

123.7

117.1

1193

119.4

120.7

122.0

1223

124.5

126.9

125.9

128.0

129.5

129.5

113
29.5

115.7
109.5

111.6
107.4

113.4
108.4

112.9
109.0

114.2
109.5

115.3
109.8

1143
109.5

115.6
110.0

118.1
109.4

116.1
108.8

118.1
110.0

119.7
111.4

120.1
111.8

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Equipment
Business equipment
Information processing and
related
Office and computing . . .
Industrial
Transit
Autos and trucks
Other
Defense and space equipment .
Oil and gas well drilling
Manufactured homes . . . . . . .

SPECIAL AGGREGATES
51 Total excluding autos and trucks
52 Total excluding motor vehicles and
parts
53 Total excluding office and computing
machines .
54 Consumer goods excluding autos and
trucks
55 Consumer goods excluding energy . . .
56 Business equipment excluding autos
and trucks
57 Business equipment excluding office
and computing equipment
58 Materials excluding energy

106



45. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value, 19921—Continued
B. Major industries
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1987
proportion

1992
avg.

100.0

106.5

104.5

105.3

105.6

106.3

106.7

106.0

106.8

106.6

106.2

107.5

108.4

108.9

2 Manufacturing
....
3 Primary processing
4 Advanced processing . . .

84.3
27.1
57.1

106.9
103.8
108.3

104.5
102.3
105.6

105.4
102.9
106.7

106.1
103.8
107.2

106.5
103.8
107.8

107.1
104.2
108.4

106.5
103.7
107.9

107.1
104.3
108.4

107.0
103.5
108.7

106.8
103.3
108.4

108.0
104.1
109.9

108.9
105.1
110.7

109.2
105.0
111.3

5
6
7
8

Durable goods
24
Lumber and products . .
25
Furniture and fixtures .
Clay, glass, and stone
32
products
33
Primary metals
Iron and steel . . . . .
331,2
Raw steel
Nonferrous .
333-6,9
Fabricated metal
34
products
Industrial and
commercial
machinery and
computer
equipment
35
Office and computing
357
machines
Electrical machinery . .
36
Transportation
equipment
37
Motor vehicles and
371
parts
Autos and light
trucks
Aerospace and
miscellaneous
transportation
equipment . . . . 372-6,9
Instruments
38
Miscellaneous
39

46.5
2.1
1.5

108.1
96.4
99.0

104.6
95.1
96.1

106.2
96.3
97.3

106.7
96.5
95.4

107.2
95.3
99.4

108.4
96.1
101.0

107.6
93.8
94.2

108.2
96.6
97.5

108.5
96.6
99.2

108.1
94.7
100.5

109.8
97.8
100.4

110.9
99.8
102.3

111.8
98.0
103.9

2.4
3.3
1.9
.1
1.4

96.0
101.1
104.7
101.2
96.1

93.5
101.7
105.5
99.9
96.4

94.3
102.4
106.4
101.5
96.9

94.7
102.6
106.5
101.2
97.3

94.5
101.8
105.6
103.5
96.6

97.4
101.1
104.8
101.9
95.9

95.6
101.2
103.8
101.6
97.5

96.8
100.6
104.7
101.7
95.0

95.7
100.5
103.8
99.1
96.1

96.5
98.0
102.0
98.9
92.4

96.8
100.5
104.1
99.8
95.6

97.6
101.6
103.6
102.8
98.7

98.0
102.4
107.4
104.6
95.7

5.4

96.7

94.9

95.9

96.6

96.8

97.2

97.1

97.0

97.0

96.5

97.5

97.6

97.8

8.5

124.8

114.7

118.1

120.0

120.9

123.2

123.8

125.7

126.9

127.9

130.6

132.8

133.8

2.3
6.9

168.3
119.8

144.3
114.9

150.9
116.3

155.6
117.2

158.5
118.2

162.1
119.5

167.3
119.3

171.8
120.7

173.7
120.6

178.3
121.5

183.1
122.6

184.5
124.4

186.4
124.8

9.9

102.6

100.6

102.2

102.3

103.2

104.5

102.7

101.4

102.4

100.5

103.0

103.6

106.3

4.8

104.8

96.1

100.3

101.2

104.5

107.9

104.8

103.1

105.0

102.6

108.0

109.9

116.2

2.2

101.4

90.9

96.5

96.8

102.4

107.9

102.7

100.8

99.7

97.9

104.1

105.4

114.4

5.1
5.1
1.3

100.6
104.2
109.7

104.8
104.1
108.2

103.9
105.2
108.1

103.2
104.9
109.0

102.0
104.9
108.5

101.3
105.1
110.2

100.8
104.4
109.7

99.8
104.9
111.6

100.0
104.3
109.1

98.6
103.7
108.7

98.3
103.7
110.5

97.7
103.6
111.4

97.1
103.3
111.8

Nondurable goods . .
Foods
Tobacco products . . . .
Textile mill products . .
Apparel products
Paper and products . . .
Printing and publishing .
Chemicals and
products
Petroleum products . . .
Rubber and plastic
products
Leather and products . .

20
21
22
23
26
27

37.8
8.8
1.0
1.8
2.3
3.6
6.5

105.4
106.0
99.2
104.7
92.3
108.2
95.0

104.4
104.6
95.1
102.9
93.4
107.9
96.4

104.6
105.8
92.6
104.3
93.3
106.4
95.6

105.3
106.4
97.1
104.3
93.6
108.7
95.1

105.5
106.0
97.3
105.0
93.4
109.2
95.8

105.4
106.1
97.9
105.0
93.5
108.2
94.5

105.2
105.4
96.4
103.8
91.7
108.7
95.6

105.7
105.9
101.5
107.0
92.7
109.1
95.7

105.2
106.3
115.5
103.5
91.3
107.1
93.5

105.2
105.6
101.7
105.1
91.5
109.5
94.1

105.8
106.8
102.4
103.5
91.7
107.3
94.5

106.4
106.4
101.9
106.0
92.9
108.2
94.2

106.0
106.2
96.1
106.0
92.7
108.3
94.7

28
29

8.8
1.3

115.0
102.0

112.8
101.1

113.6
100.1

114.2
102.0

114.6
103.7

114.8
102.5

114.9
10L8

114.6
101.5

114.4
98.0

115.2
101.1

116.2
105.3

117.7
103.9

116.7
103.4

30
31

3.2
.3

109.7
92.6

107.6
88.6

108.3
88.6

109.4
90.0

109.1
91.1

110.3
91.8

109.7
92.3

110.7
93.6

110.7
92.0

108.5
93.8

109.9
95.1

111.3
96.6

111.3
96.7

10
11
13
14

8.0
.3
1.2
5.8
.7

97.6
161.7
105.5
92.6
93.8

97.5
154.3
107.9
92.6
93.4

96.7
159.6
104.8
91.8
92.7

97.2
162.0
104.6
92.2
94.3

97.4
156.0
106.5
92.4
94.8

98.8
172.2
109.5
92.5
96.9

97.1
157.8
101.9
93.1
92.7

98.5
156.5
108.0
93.6
94.1

97.0
165.5
103.9
91.9
93.8

97.1
159.8
103.6
92.7
91.9

97.6
168.1
103.8
92.7
93.6

97.8
171.6
103.5
92.8
94.4

98.2
158.1
107.9
93.4
92.6

491,3PT
492, 3PT

7.7
6.1
1.6

112.0
111.6
113.2

110.2
110.3
110.1

111.0
111.3
110.1

111.4
111.4
111.8

112.0
111.8
113.0

111.2
110.8
112.6

110.0
109.5
112.0

111.2
110.8
112.8

110.4
110.0
112.1

111.2
110.9
112.0

112.7
112.6
113.2

114.7
114.1
117.3

116.8
116.4
118.2

79.5

107.0

105.0

105.8

106.4

106.6

107.0

106.6

107.4

107.2

107.1

108.0

108.8

108.8

81.9

105.1

103.3

104.1

104.7

105.0

105.5

104.8

105.3

105.1

104.8

105.9

106.7

107.0

SIC
code2

Group

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1987 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRIES
1 Total index

9
10
11
12
13
14

15
16
17
18
19
20

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

34 Mining
35 Metal
36 Coal
37 Oil and gas extraction . . .
38 Stone and earth minerals .
39 Utilities
40 Electric
41 Gas . . . .
SPECIAL AGGREGATES
42 Manufacturing excluding
motor vehicles and
parts
43 Manufacturing excluding
office and computing
machines
..

Gross value (billions of 1987 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKETS
44 Products, total

....

45 Final
46 Consumer goods
47 Equipment
. ..
48 Intermediate




1,734.8 1,806.4 1,762.2 1,780.6 1,788.6 1,804.4 1,814.8 1,794.6 1,806.8 1,802.7 1,799.9 1,835.6 1,846.7 1,857.5
1,350.9 1,420.1 1,379.9 1,397.2 1,403.8 1,416.2 1,426.9 1,408.8 1,416.7 1,417.8 1,415.7 1,448.1 1,457.1 1,466.8
936.3
833.4 913.0 893.3 902.4 907.9 914.7 920.1 906.6 912.6
908.1 905.1 928.4 931.6
517.5 507.1 486.6 494.8 495.9 501.5 506.8 502.2 504.1
509.7 510.6 519.7
525.5 530.5
384.0 386.4 382.3 383.4 384.8 388.2 387.9 385.9 390.1
385.0 384.2 387.4 389.6 390.7

107

46. Housing and construction, 1991-92
Monthly figures at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted

1991
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units except as noted)
NEW UNITS
786
587
199
819
631
188
716
460
256
1,142
850
292
165

853
680
173
985
775
210
709
458
251
1,105
835
270
156

911
694
217
898
733
165
679
442
237
1,172
863
309
161

916
742
174
1,000
818
182
670
441
229
1,097
832
265
173

991
763
228
982
831
151
662
443
219
1,062
797
265
173

964
763
201
1,048
877
171
652
445
207
1,092
808
284
175

973
787
186
1,068
891
111
651
450
201
1,056
811
245
174

944
772
172
1,037
872
165
651
455
196
1,048
818
230
176

974
788
186
1,022
867
155
634
453
181
1,207
884
323
174

991
787
204
1,093
891
202
631
450
181
1,076
870
206
170

984
789
195
1,083
903
180
634
455
179
1,010
822
188
173

1,061
860
201
1,094
955
139
637
460
177
1,026
855
171
178

Merchant builder activity in one-family
units
14 Number sold . .
15 Number for sale at end of period1

402
315

477
313

502
308

516
302

514
298

515
296

512
295

523
291

496
292

523
289

571
286

569
284

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
16 Median
17 Average

118
149

120
148

123
156

121
151

116
145

119
146

120
148

121
142

120
147

123
147

119
142

122
143

2,900

3,070

3,130

3,250

3,460

3,430

3,250

3,260

3,340

96
123

95
121

99
125

101
129

101
131

102
131

103
132

98
125

100
127

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Permits authorized
One-family . .
Two-or- more-family
Started
One-family . .
Two-or- more-family
Under construction at end of period1
One-family
Two-or- more- family
Completed . . . .
One-family
Two-or-more- family
Mobile homes shipped

EXISTING UNITS (one-family)
18 Number sold

3,210

3,180

3,170

2

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)
19 Median
20 Average

102
131

100
128

99
126

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

400,428 403,762 397,247 403,284 396,032 394,253 397,021 404,842

406,048 406,114 401,247 398,736

22 Private
23 Residential . .
24 Nonresidential
25
Industrial buildings
26
Commercial buildings
27
Other buildings
28
Public utilities and other

298,770 295,143 286,801 294,242 286,055 286,340 287,676 291,757
157,423 151,836 149,430 148,269 151,719 154,911 156,990 161,478
141,347 143,307 137,371 145,973 134,336 131,429 130,686 130,279
23,437 24,354 23,440 25,927 21,395 21,213 21,295 21,423
55,031 54,235 51,301 55,520 50,837 49,005 47,997 47,171
20,990 21,216 20,831 21,945 20,685 20,479 20,690 20,362
41,889 43,502 41,799 42,581 41,419 40,732 40,704 41,323

293,632 291,714 288,345 287,383
164,164 164,696 164,491 164,133
129,468 127,018 123,854 123,250
20,680
21,119 21,566 22,411
41,612 40,898
46,683 44,301
20,719 21,162 20,114 20,480
39,461
41,386 40,436 40,562

29 Public
30 Military . . . .
....
3 1 Highway
32 Conservation and development . . . .
33 Other

101,658 108,619 110,446 109,042 109,977 107,913 109,345 113,085
1,774
1,866
1,812
1,650
1,735
1,670
1,816
1,478
25,965 30,202 31,364 29,348 30,625 29,727 29,547 31,284
4,498
4,946
4,601
4,891
4,528
4,588
5,116
4,506
69,371 71,631 72,669 73,332 72,540 71,923 73,822 75,260

112,416
2,681
29,416
4,433
75,886

108



114,400
1,141
30,098
6,068
77,093

112,901
1,790
29,594
6,611
74,906

111,353
2,633
29,562
5,363
73,795

46. Housing and construction, 1991-92—Continued
Monthly figures at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted
1992

Item
Jan.

I Feb.

| Mar.

| Apr.

| May

[ June | July | Aug.

| Sept.

[ ^ Oct.

| Nov.

| Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units except as noted)
NEW UNITS
Permits authorized
One-family
Two-or- more-family
Started
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Under construction at end of period1 . .
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Completed
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Mobile homes shipped

1,077
893
184
1,164
976
188
641
467
174
1,058
855
203
190

1,135
948
187
1,285
1,137
148
628
464
164
1,110
911
199
191

1,082
896
186
1,318
1,050
268
658
483
175
1,120
964
156
197

1,040
858
182
1,095
939
156
654
483
171
1,079
899
180
193

1,053
877
176
1,197
1,019
178
650
483
167
1,194
1,002
192
194

1,048
878
170
1,141
994
147
641
481
160
1,181
979
202
194

1,083
882
201
1,106
961
145
628
474
154
1,234
1,026
208
210

1,081
885
196
1,229
1,038
191
633
479
154
1,133
945
188
202

1,120
918
202
1,218
1,045
173
637
485
152
1,128
942
186
217

1,141
954
187
1,226
1,079
147
645
493
152
1,137
964
173
228

1,136
963
173
1,226
1,089
137
641
498
143
1,229
1,002
227
244

Merchant builder activity in one-family
units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale at end of period1

676
281

628
268

552
279

552
274

552
273

584
273

622
271

625
270

672
267

637
264

615
262

662
265

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
16 Median
17 Average

120
144

117
145

120
145

120
145

113
146

125
147

118
138

124
145

120
142

125
148

129
147

126
146

3,290

3,460

3,500

3,490

3,450

3,320

3,380

3,340

3,380

3,710

3,860

400
,4

102
130

103
129

104
130

104
131

103
131

106
134

103
132

105
132

104
131

103
129

103
129

104
131

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

1,196
1,037

159
1,286
1,133
153
644
501
143
1,227
1,016
211
266

EXISTING UNITS (one-family)
18 Number sold
2

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

407,121 411,767 421,512 427,585 427,980 426,730 425,700 419,598 429,291 432,250 436,140 439,948

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidential
25
Industrial buildings
26
Commercial buildings . . ,
27
Other buildings
28
Public utilities and other . .

292,540
169,548
122,992
21,258
41,196
19,751
40,787

29 Public
30 Military
31 Highway
32 Conservation and development
33 Other

114,581 117,009 120,370 117,753 120,981 114,548 119,853 117,614 120,478 116,395 118,689 119,229
2,039 2,206
2,548
2,329
2,668
2,503
2,372
2,438
3,172
2,438
2,612
2,483
30,221 32,744 30,895 31,447 32,633 31,496 32,682 33,451
34,651 32,056 34,636 31,237
5,480 5,283 6,197
5,818 5,767
5,889 5,772
5,382
6,364
5,630
6,210
8,237
76,841 76,776 80,730 78,159 79,913 7 , 6 79,027 76,343 76,291 76,271 75,231 77,272
460




294,758 301,142 309,832 306,999 312,182 305,848 301,984 308,813 315,855 317,451 320,720
169,772 172,660 182,644 182,892 184,630 181,162 184,201 186,343 192,553 194,801 198,538
124,986 128,482 127,188 124,107 127,552 124,686 117,783 122,470 123,302 122,650 122,182
21,651 23,721 21,335 21,008 20,285 20,594 17,862
19,019 18,646 19,083 18,721
41,591 42,108 40,712 39,643 43,310 39,988 37,010 39,333 40,195 40,379 38,326
20,630 21,479 21,409 21,993 21,991 22,228 21,518 22,068 21,545 21,542 21,370
41,114 41,174 43,732 41,463 41,966 41,876 41,393 42,050 42,916 4V , 4
6 6 43,765

109

47. Consumer and producer prices, 1992
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data except as noted
Change from 12 months earlier

Change from 3 months earlier (annual rate)

Item

1991 Dec.

Mar.

1992 Dec.

Jurle

Index level 1

Dec.

Sept.

CONSUMER pRicKS2 (1982-84^ 100)
3.1

2.9

3.5

2.6

2.6

3.2

141.9

1.9
= 7.4
4.4
4.0
4.6

1.5
2.0
3.3
2.5
3.7

2.4
-3.9
4.5
4.1
4.5

-1.2
8.6
2.8
2.5
3.1

3.2
1.2
2.5
1.8
2.9

1.4
1.9
3.8
1.5
4.7

138.7
103.9
149.2
133.6
158.2

= .1
-1.5
-9.6
3.4
2.5

1.6
1.6
— 3
2.\
1.7

2.0
= .3
-1.0
3.6
3.5

3.3
-.6
16.6
2.4
.9

1.3
4.3
-3.5
1.5
1.2

— ^
33
-10.2
1.2
.6

123.8
124.2
76.4
138.6
130.2

-2.7
-.8

1.1
1.2

1.1
2.0

5.0
1.7

.7
1.3

-2.1
-.3

115.1
122.4

= 5.8
-16.6
-7.6

3.0
2.3
5.7

8.4
= 26.6
15.8

2.7
51.5
4.8

=4.8
19.8
2.2

5.1
-17.8
1.9

104.6
79.8
129.7

1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services . .
..

...

PRODUCER PRICES (1982^ 100)
7 Finished goods
....
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
Intermediate materials
12 Excluding foods and feeds
13 Excluding energy . . .

...

....

Crude materials
14 Foods
1 5 Energy
16 Other

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.

Feb

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

J uly

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

CONSUMER PRICES* (1982-84^ 100)
.3

.4

,3

.1

.2

.3

.2

.1

.4

.2

.1

.3
-.4
.3
.3
.3

.4
.3
.3
.3
.4

.1
.3
.3
.2
.3

-.4
.5
.3
.3
.2

.1
1.3
.1
.3

= .1
.7
.3
.3
.3

.6
=.4
.2
.2
.3

.3
.0
.1
.0
.2

.0
.5
.5
.3
.5

.1
.2
.3
.1
A

.3
-.2
.2
-. 1
.3

.0
-.4
-2.0
.6
.5

.2
.4
1.3
.0
.1

.2
-.1
.4
.3
.3

.2
-.3
.7
.4
.2

.3
= .1
.8
.5
.1

.2
.2
2.4
-.3
-.1

.0
-.1
-.4
.2
.1

.1
.7
-.6
-.1
.2

.2
.4
.1
.3
.0

.1
.1
1.0
=.1
-.2

-.2
-.6
1.3
.2
.2

.0
1.3
2.4
.1
.2

-.4
.0

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services

.2

-.1
= .9
.4
.4
.4

1 All items

.4
.2

.2
.2

.1
.0

.4
.2

.7
.2

.1
.2

.0
.1

.1
.1

-.3
=.2

= .2
.0

-.1
.2

1.5
-4.6
.3

1.8
1.5
1.5

-1.2
-4.4
1.9

-1.0
3.9
.2

1.4
3.2
.7

.2
3.5
.2

1.1
1.1
.7

-.2
-1.6
.2

.1
5.1
-A

1.0
-1.1
-1.2

= .9
1.1
-.5

1.1
-=4.8
2.2

PRODUCKR PRICKS (1982- 100)
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy . . .
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
Intermediate materials
12 Excluding foods and feeds
13 Excluding energy
Crude materials
14 Foods
15 Energy
16 Other

110



....

...

48. Summary of U.S. international transactions, 1991-92
Millions of dollars, quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1
Item credits or debits

1991

1992

Qi

Q2

[

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

1991

Q3

Q4

1992

9,406
1,769 -11,853
-8,324 -66,400
-7,644
1 Balance on current account . .
-6,685 - 18,253 - 17,775 = 23,687
-73,802 -96,138 -18,790 -16,319 -19,640 - 19,053 -17,763 -24,801 = 27,612 -25,962
2 Merchandise trade balance2
101,333
113,992
416,937
440,138
104,206
103,764
107,634
109,493
108,347
108,306
3
Merchandise exports
-490,739 -536,276 -120,123 -120,525 -123,404 - 126,687 -126,110 -133,107 -137,105 = 139,954
4
Merchandise imports
-2,532
-836
-5,851
= 617
-2,751
-1,402
-1,164
-571
-727
= 755
5
Military transactions, net
59,163
14,378
14,265
51,733
10,861
12,696
13,888
14,290
15,898
6
Other service transactions, net
14,619
6,222
907
-806
13,021
5,771
2,910
1,627
2,713
1,703
4,419
7
Investment income net
18,337
8,228
-2,342
-3,234
= 5,883
24,073 - 14,688
-148
= 2,783
= 2,788
8 U S government grants
9
U.S. government pensions and other
-794
»940
-3,735
-796
-792
-830
= 1,118
-846
-3,461
-1,079
transfers
-3,447
-3,619
-3,612
-3,424
-3,548
-3,430
-3,770
= 3,659
10 Private remittances and other transfers . . . . - 14,037 - 14,473
1 1 Change in U.S. government assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — ) .

2,905

-1,609

559

-419

3,224

= 459

-275

-293

-305

-737

5,763
0
-111

3,901
0
2,316

-353
0
31

1,014
0
-190

3,877
0
6

1,225
0
-23

-1,057
0
-172

1,464
0
-168

1,952
0
-173

1,542
0
2,829

-367
6,307

-2,692
4,277

-341
-43

72
1,132

-114
3,986

17
1,232

111
-996

1
1,631

-118
2,243

-2,685
1,398

17 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase — )
. . . -68,643
3,278
18 Bank-reported claims3
1,932
19 Nonbank-reported claims
20 U.S. purchases of foreign securities, net ... -44,740
-29,113
21 U.S. direct investments abroad, net

-53,253
24,948
4,551
-47,961
-34,791

-5,761
14,061
1,721
-9,668
-11,875

-1,470
7,154
2,122
-11,995
1,249

-22,774
-2,833
594
-12,534
-8,001

-38,637
-15,104
-2,505
- 10,543
- 10,485

303
17,795
5,339
-8,493
- 14,338

= 9,866
4,050
1,294
= 8,276
= 6,934

- 12,445
6,584
-3,214
-13,787
-2,028

-31,243
-3,481
-17,405
-11,489

17,564
14,846
1,301
1,542

40,684
18,454
3,949
2,542

5,604
155
-29
804

-4,924
-3,545
-219
242

3,855
5,621
474
772

13,029
12,615
1,075
-277

21,124
14,916
464
5S

21,008
11,240
1,699
678

= 7,378
-323
912
864

5,931
-7,379
874
943

-1,484
1,359

16,427
-688

3,908
766

-1,517
115

-3,107
95

-768
383

5,573
113

7,466
-75

-7,831
-1,000

11,219
274

65,875
-11,371
-699

88,895
18,609
741

-5,624
-18,514
-2,013

12,044
-26,931
-1,377

19,659
9,802
2,198

39,798
24,272
493

= 1,290
-3,339
926

23,442
= 528
979

33,828
23,647
1,553

32,914
-1,171

12 Change in U.S. official reserve assets
(increase — )
13 Gold
14 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
15 Reserve position in International Monetary
Fund
16 Foreign currencies

22 Change in foreign official assets in 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.
banks3
27
Other foreign official assets5
28 Change in foreign private assets in United
States (increase 4- )
....
29 U.S. bank-reported liabilities3
30 U S nonbank-reported liabilities
. ..
3 1 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,
net
34 Allocation of special drawing rights
35 Discrepancy
36 Due to seasonal adjustment
37 Before seasonal adjustment

18,826

36,893

4,739

13,461

-1,196

1,822

623

10,168

4,870

21,232

35,144

30,274

5,023

14,872

10,310

4,939

4,613

10,453

2,730

12,478

23,975

2,378

5,141

12,019

-1,455

8,272

-4,113

2,370

1,028

3,092

0
-15,140

0
-12,218

-15,140

-12,218

0
-3,831
4,710
-8,541

0
-8,014
-120
-7,894

0
4,011
-6,506
10,517

0
-7,312
1,911
-9,223

0
-12,120
4,878
- 16,998

0
-17,502
653
= 18,155

0
2,123
-6,754
8,877

0
15,280
1,222
14,058

MEMO
Changes in official assets
38 U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — )
39 Foreign official assets in United States,
excluding line 25 (increase, + )

5,763

3,901

-353

1,014

3,878

1,226

-1,057

1,464

1,952

1,542

16,022

38,142

4,800

-5,166

3,083

13,305

21,066

20,330

-8,242

4,988

40 Change in Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries official assets in
United States (part of line 22)

-4,882

5,857

953

-2,667

-4,390

1,222

2,583

= 2,113

3,051

2,336




111

49. U.S. foreign trade, 1992'
Millions of dollars, monthly data are seasonally adjusted
Item
1 Exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise, excluding
grant-aid shipments
2 General imports including
merchandise for immediate
consumption plus entries
into bonded warehouses . . .
3 Trade balance

Year

Jan.

| Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

448,164

35,562

37,580

37,174

36,382

35,974

38,040

37,431

36,370

37,661

38,885

37,7%

39,178

532,665

41,589

40,980

42,724

43,389

43,645

44,889

44,938

45,054

45,968

46,119

45,633

46,143

-84,501 -6,028 -3,399 -5,550 -7,007 -7,672 -6,849 -7,507 -8,684 -8,307 -7,233 -7,837 -6,965

50. U.S. reserve assets, 1992
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

1 Total

75,868

75,088

74,657

74,712

74,587

2 Gold stock1
3 Special drawing rights2'**
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund2*4
5 Foreign currencies5 . .

11,058
10,980

11,058
11,020

11,057
10,947

11,057
10,930

U,057
11,315

9,113
44,717

8,996
44,014

8,994
43,659

8,968
43,757

9,175
43,040

9,381
45,055

Type

112



|

Apr. j May [ June

Nov.

f Dec.

July

Aug.

Sept.

77,092

77,370

78,474

78,527

74,207

72,231

71,323

11,059
11,597

11,059
11,702

11,059
12,193

11,059
12,111

11,060
11,561

11,059
11,495

11,056
8,503

9,625
44,984

9,762
45,460

9,778
45,579

9,261
42,325

E,781
40,896

11,759
40,005

[ Oct.

51* Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions, 1991-92
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

347,226

354,041

362,417

360,530

1991
1 Total1

353,716

363,155

349,323

343,143

350,568

344,147

347,665

353,535

42 802

45,660

43 788

41 ,074

44,921

42271

44,628

48 078

39 164

41 596

42,977

38 396

83,672

83,939

83,990

81,087

82,421

84,526

86,071

88,596

90,394

94,428

92,855

92,692

204,851
4,521

210,720
4,550

197,982
4580

197,610
4,610

199,630
4,642

193,798
4,672

193,082
4,704

192,624
4 734

193,454
4 765

193,966
4796

201,156
4,827

203,677
4,858

17,870

18,286

18,983

18,762

18,954

18,880

19,180

19,503

19,449

19,255

20,602

20,907

372,789

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

375,320

381,594

385,767

394,745

401,923

404,805

407,154

393,687

405,465

394,845

398,672

41,933

42,647

43 969

44,778

47,507

51,435

49,522

52 561

43 604

60933

54,007

54,823

19 92
1 Total1
2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2
....
3 U.S. Treasury bills and
3
certificates
,..
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5
...

92,711

94,731

102 143

102,968

111,224

109 278

114,781

113 307

113 634

104 286

100 702

104 596

212,370
4,892

212 178
4,922

209042
4,956

210 754
4,989

208069
5,021

213 477
4,625

212 710
4,582

213 407
4,476

208 924
4505

211 875
4,473

2 1 1 272
4,503

210 553
4,532

20,883

20,842

21,484

22,278

22,924

23,108

23,210

23,403

23 020

23,898

24,361

24,168

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

353,716

363,155

349,323

343,143

350,568

344,147

347,665

353,535

347,226

354,041

362,417

360,530

169,949
8 303
21,792
143,518
1,659
8,495

175,549
7949
22,807
146,522
1 439
8,888

166,473
8 516
22,937
140,745
1,807
8,845

162,885
8 503
22,862
138,730
1,176
8,988

167,839
9607
25,252
137,569
1 189
9,110

162,948
9 279
26,904
134,867
1,259
8,886

165 425
9 260
27,562
135,428
1 183
8,805

169,041
10001
28,895
135,393
1 202
9,001

163 684
9608
29,441
133,642
1 558
9 291

169,024
9 171
30,099
134,541
1 519
9,685

172,594
9,578
31,491
137,397
1,383
9,972

168,365
7 460
33,554
139,465
2,092
9,592

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

15>91
1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1

Western Europe . . .
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . . .
Asia
Africa
Other countries6 . .

15)92
1

I Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

.

.

Western Europe1
..
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
..
Other countries6




372,789

375,320

381,594

385,767

394,745

401,923

404,805

407,154

393,687

405,465

394,845

398,672

173,218
7,642
35,064
146,141
2,409
8,313

173,255
8,252
35,685
147,748
2,408
7,970

178,041
7,016
38,068
148,606
2,011
7,850

179,304
7,855
39,271
148,565
2,392
8,378

185 406
9,347
39,787
149,054
2,792
8,357

191,317
9,302
39,466
150,207
3,265
8,364

194905
9,876
39,349
150,043
3,218
7,412

196,511
9,990
38,389
151,785
2,860
7,617

186 364
7,027
37,736
151,667
3 360
7,531

194,551
8,111
38,678
153,555
3,481
7,087

184 207
6,381
38,945
154,493
3,779
7,038

188,693
7,920
40,015
152,148
3,565
6,329

113

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1991-921
A. By holder and type of liability
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

Aug.

729,5%

737,369

June

[

Sept.

I

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Holder and type of liability

1991
1 Total, all foreigners .

759,045

2 Banks' own liabilities .
3 Demand deposits ..
4 Time deposits2 . . . .
5 Other1
6
Own foreign offices4

569,551
19,715
158,763
75,730

11 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations8 . .
12 Banks' own liabilities
13
Demand deposits
14
Time deposits2 . .
15
Other3

18
19

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . ..
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

20 Official institutions9 . . .
21 Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits .
23
Time deposits2 . . .
24
Other3
25
26
27
28

38
39

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . ..
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

47
48

5

Banks* custodial liabilities . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of
deposit in custody for
foreigners

114



734,781

731,775

556,594
18,438
146,653
73,016

740,685
559,237
19,903
149,997
68,738

752,251 759,983

756,066

551,959
18,802
148,393
65,850

550,732
17,944
148,641
67,386

189,494

188,732 184,397 176,347 176,481

179,816

178,864 180,775 181,448 184,888 182,564 180,692

104,481

103,934 102,120

571,628
20,278
163,512
72,570

97,311

98,019 100,876 101,812 105,325

16,527
62,509

16,975
61,487

17,913
61,026

17,317
59,735

16,475
58,975

16,791
57,638

567,363
17,650
154,511
73,812

107,019 112,280 110,938

110,734

17,04?
55,561

17,206
54,420

18,664
51,294

18,007
6,0
706

18,368
66,430

7,044
5,567
67
1,477
4,022

6,223
3,761
40
1,483
2,238

6,928 7,018
5,065
5,842
22
76
1,963 2,122
3,080
3,644

5,774
4,393
24
2,343
2,026

6,576
4,521
26
2,234
2,261

6,650
4,541
44
1,986
2,511

7,656
5,682
28
1,525
4,129

7,616
6,111
36
2,263
3,812

8,254
6,553
28
2,445
4,080

8,817
6,924
24
2,341
4,559

8,981
6,827
43
2,714
4,070

1,478

2,462

1,863

1,176

1,381

2,054

2,109

1,974

1,505 1,701

1,893

2,154

423

1,620

1,103

275

662

1,287

1,404

1,269

1,032

1,246

1,530

1,730

842
0

760
0

719
0

767
0

705
0

705
0

473
0

455
0

363
0

424
0

1,005
50

17,611
64,666

563,798
19,754
157,166
74,528

901
0

87,700

88,329

87,625

84,014

85,739

88,866

90,574

92,788

94,916

98,374

96,680

96,677

83,672

83,939

83,990

81,087

82,421

84,526

86,071

88,596

90,394

94,428

92,855

92,692

3,848
180

4,016
374

3,543
92

2,797
130

3,166
152

4,074
267

4,296
207

4,021
171

4,102
420

3,811
135

3,611
214

3,879
106

527,807
446,108
130,765
9,006
80,759
41,000
315,343

534,562
451,747
132,037
9,533
81,559
40,946
319,710

527,641
447,251
131,983
10,064
83,150
38,769
315,268

516,669
439,990
127,640
9,082
78,276
40,282
312,350

507,349
432,731
118,001
8,681
71,189
38,132
314,731

506,860
432,730
113,816
8,595
68,741
36,480
318,915

500,637
429,165
112,404
8,431
69,187
34,786
316,761

503,467
432,214
113,727
8,263
70,175
35,289
318,487

513,086
443,080
122,481
8,995
74,452
39,034
320,599

517,636
449,059
127,669
8,168
78,012
41,489
321,390

523,405
457,459
131,857
11,406
79,933
40,518
325,602

522,265
459,335
130,236
8,648
82,857
38,731
329,099

81,699

82,816

80,390

76,679

74,618

74,129

71,472

71,253

7,0
006

68,577

65,946

62,930

10,210

11,169

10,674

10,030 8,712

8,664

7,970

8,242

8,161

8,363

7,855

7,471

6,088
65,401

6,568
65,079

6,463
63,253

6,203
60,447

5,920
59,986

5,829
59,636

5,466
58,036

5,309
57,702

5,816
56,029

6,041
54,173

5,852
52,239

5,694
49,765

97,720
79,102
8,952
64,395
5,756

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

40 Other foreigners
41
Banks1 own liabilities
42
Demand deposits .
43
Time 3deposits2 . . .
44
Other
45
46

740,145

558,300
18,867
151,859
72,843

577,675
20,181
161,800
75,984

126,474 129,599 127,778 122,161 127,342 126,796 130,699 136,674 129,558 136,024 135,832 131,088
38,774 41,271 40,153 38,147 41,603 37,930 40,125 43,886 34,642 37,650 39,152 34,411
1,684
1,626
1,444
1,303
1,692
1,535
1,389
1,640
1,611
1,690
1,605
2,626
15,470 13,975 14,619 13,326 16,504
12,132 13,993 14,561 14,364 15,404 15,393 15,711
24,952 25,672 23,899 22,156 24,755 21,002 23,025 26,732 19,027 21,728 24,215 15,281

29 Banks10
30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits2
34
Other1
35
Own foreign offices4 . . . .

36
37

756,025

577,419 575,374
21,637 20,321
154,099 159,649
76,081 66,305
315,343 319,710 315,268 312,350 314,731 318,915 316,761 318,487 320,599 321,390 325,602 329,099

7 Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
8
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
9
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
10 Other

16
17

766,407

96,022
80,897
9,003
64,766
7,128

93,679
79,160
8,500
63,838
6,821

94,297
79,819
8,970
62,404
8,446

94,316
79,573
8,718
62,923
7,931

91,543
76,777
8,645
62,025
6,107

91,610
76,901
8,080
61,757
7,064

89,572
74,812
8,463
59,483
6,866

90,425
75,404
9,232
59,307
6,865

90,337
74,101
8,151
59,435
6,515

91,929
73,884
8,596
58,499
6,789

93,732
74,801
9,004
57,574
8,223

18,618

15,126

14,519

14,477

14,743

14,766

14,709

14,760

15,021

16,236

18,045

18,931

10,176

7,206

6,354

5,919

6,224

6,399

6,367

7,218

7,432

8,243

8,698

8,841

7,067
1,375

6,943
978

6,845
1,320

6,626
1,932

7,170
1,350

7,244
1,123

6,850
1,492

640
,4
1,102

6,400
US9

6,740
1,253

7,380
1,967

8,667
1,423

7,017

690
,1

7,348

7,421

7,728

8,186 7,073

7,062

7,542

7,596

7,137

7,456

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1991-921—Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

801,930

810,025

Holder and type of liability
1992

1 Total, all foreigners . . .

753,920 756,939

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time 3
deposits2
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices4

574,293 576,641 583,509 578,918 583,777 587,949 571,831 563,807 588,365 592,111 603,413 606,210
19,308
18,909
19,287 19,045
19,607 20,931
21,307 21,935 21,823
19,721 21,671
22,465
148,023 145,071 147,223 152,404 149,542 151,277 147,492 143,499 143,154 157,258 156,601 160,374
74,192 77,857 77,425 77,644 83,659 86,629
84,236 87,821
84,309
92,562
96,547 93,840
332,770 334,804 339,574 329,825 330,969 329,112 320,382 310,816 338,437 320,984 328,330 330,173

7 Banks' custodial liabilities5
8 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
9 Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments .
10 Other
11 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations8 . . . .
12 Banks* own liabilities . . .
13
Demand deposits
14
Time deposits2
15
Other3
16
17
18
19

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

20 Official institutions9 . . .
21 Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits .
23
Time deposits2 . . .
24
Other3

773,994

769,287

784,687

786,771

777,412

768,594 797,082 794,618

179,627

180,298 190,485

190,369 200,910

110,000

112,172

119,882

120,924

17,745
51,882

16,894
51,232

18,429
52,174

17,797
51,648

18,995
51,523

18,020
52,130

19,339
50,663

18,541
50,502

19,349
54,474

20,043
54,471

21,755
54,282

21,982
54,184

10,544
8,761
39
2,668
6,054

11,315
9,579
35
2,216
7,328

11,319
9,417
144
1,686
7,587

10,291
8,408
29
1,819
6,560

11,422
9,467
46
2,520
6,901

13,045
10,822
40
3,782
700
,0

11,311
8,182
24
2,998
5,160

12,914
9,807
21
2,620
7,166

11,285
8,648
24
2,577
6,047

10,727
7,001
73
1,899
5,029

9,915
6,982
58
2,561
4,363

9,350
6,951
46
3,214
3,691

1,783

1,736

1,902

1,883

1,955

2,223

3,129

3,107

2,637

3,726

2,933

2,399

1,328

1,317

1,225

1,442

1,461

1,687

2,602

2,654

1,991

3,085

2,371

1,908

417
2

637
40

441
0

494
0

534
2

527
0

453
0

646
0

641
0

561
1

486
5

137,378 146,112 147,746
38,763 39,869 40,825
1,357
1,338
1,296
14,574 17,699 18,669
22,893 20,832 20,799

158,731
43,603
1,319
19,029
23,255

160,713 164,303 165,868
909
47,547 45,977 4 , 0
1,372
1,676
1,630
17,499 18,230 18,039
28,418 26,375 29,294

157,238
40,453
1,761
16,125
22,567

165,205
57,211
1,723
19,727
35,761

154,709
50,027
1,492
17,735
30,800

159,419
51,058
1,274
17,823
31,961

455
0
134,644
38,423
1,477
16,744
20,202

198,822 205,581 204,787 208,717 202,507

130,392 128,672

135,579

198,517

203,815

135,744 134,894 127,993 122,480

127,649

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments'7
Other

96,221

98,615

106,243

106,921 115,128

113,166

118,326

116,859

116,785

107,994

104,682

108,361

92,711

94,731

102,143

102,968

111,224

109,278

114,781

113,307

113,634

104,286

100,702

104,596

3,422
88

3,697
187

4,019
81

3,812
141

3,717
187

3,602
286

3,459
86

3,466
86

2,922
229

3,595
113

3,784
196

3,726
39

29 Banks10
30 Banks* own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks . .
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits2
34
Other3
35
Own foreign offices4

518,127
453,835
121,065
8,810
73,272
38,983
332,770

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
Other

64,292

63,478

25
26
27
28

36
37
38
39

40 Other foreigners
41 Banks' own liabilities
42
Demand deposits .
43
Time 3deposits2 . . .
44
Other
45
46
47
48

Banks' custodial liabilities5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7
Other

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of
deposit in custody for
foreigners




518,834 527,557 521,795 526,867 526,235 514,220 501,011 539,206 526,582 546,350 546,556
455,356 461,631 456,278 460,594 459,748 447,865 434,315 467,887 455,544 475,319 475,340
120,552 122,057 126,453 129,625 130,636 127,483 123,499 129,450 134,560 146,989 145,167
8,547
9,741
8,370
8,756
8,412
9,821
9,224
10,168
969
,9
10,443
10,088
73,796 73,531 78,776
76,379 7 , 4
9 5 0 76,590 72,602 73,855 85,497 87,477 90,175
38,386 39,979
38,921 44,022 41,397 42,481 41,076 45,152 39,322 49,424 44,824
334,804 339,574 329,825 330,969 329,112 320,382 310,816 338,437 320,984 328,330 330,173
65,926

65,517

66,273

66,487

66,355

6,9
666

71,319

71,038

71,031

71,216

7,713

7,733

8,344

8,410

8,946

8,927

944
,4

10,429

10,905

10,481

10,444

11,087

5,853
50,726

5,999
49,746

6,733
50,849

7,147
4,6
990

704
,4
50,283

6,647
50,913

7,129
49,782

6,920
49,347

7,373
53,041

7,325
53,232

7,572
53,015

7,568
52,561

90,605
73,274
8,982
55,339
8,953

89,412
72,943
9,208
54,485
9,250

8,0
906
72,592
9,258
54,307
9,027

89,455
73,407
8,903
53,140
11,364

87,667
70,113
9,018
51,614
9,481

86,778
69,832
9,562
50,456
9,814

87,578
69,807
9,913
49,674
10,220

88,801
7,7
066
10,153
50,238
10,285

89,353
71,377
10,237
50,597
10,543

92,104
72,355
9,770
50,135
12,450

90,956
71,085
10,297
48,828
11,960

94,700
72,861
10,335
49,162
13,364

17,331

16,469

16,414

16,048

17,554

16,946

17,771

18,125

17,976

19,749

19,871

21,839

8,248

8,391

8,170

8,104

8,761

8,780

8,752

9,354

8,364

10,141

8,963

10,058

8,015
1,068

6,781
1,297

7,040
1,204

6,397
1,547

7,740
1,053

7,237
929

8,224
795

7,702
1,069

8,408
1,204

8,482
1,126

9,838
1,070

10,202
1,579

7,855

8,049

8,110

7,624

7,642

7,398

6,976

777
,.9

7,452

7,672

7,716

9,114

115

Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1991-92'—Continued
B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

| Apr,

| May | June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

740,685

752,251

Nov.

Dec.

1991

734,781 731,775 729,596 737,369

1 Total, all foreigners

759,045 766,407

756,025 740,145

2 Foreign countries

752,001 760,184

749,097

733,127 729,007 725,199

722,946

248,373 252,397 250,374
1 522
1,493
1 570
12,365
12,542
12,221
1,013
983
1,115
404
662
489
29,371
27,891
28,210
9748
9,111
8 337
747
895
797
17 507
17,368
16 157
5,680
6,397
6,204
2,121
2 177
2 232
2684
2 877
2,778
8,813
8,073
9,784
1 290
758
1,159
35,573
37,216 38,200
1 124
1 195
1,480
102 301 103 975 103,216
848
1,030
959
14,974
14,752
10,962
196
88
106
2,070
2,613
2,722

241,930 238,675 236,252
1,147
1,100
1,067
12,393
11,593
11,849
945
988
1,370
724
453
732
26,969 26,270
26,382
8,340
8,489
7,866
809
785
791
15,046
14,726 14,347
6,773
6,686
6,100
1,132
1,141
1 891
2,628
2,410
2,392
10,006
10,095
9,392
720
525
745
36,716 34,757
36,089
1,490
1,535
1 806
101,777 99,694 97,969
1,034
953
925
10,405
13,633
11,434
138
129
178
2,739
2,713
2,925

228,759 235,073 237,232 247,033 251,798 249,097
1,234
961
1,109
1,232
1,313
1,193
12,292
11,168
13,992
13,337
13,659
14,600
912
1,197
1,065
1,038
1,143
937
1,341
1,222
1,170
618
938
1,080
26,747
26,572 27,467
31,095
31,808
30,491
7,059
7,049
7,500
7,892
8,032
8,619
817
851
944
840
765
890
13,883
12,507
12,505
12,272
13,288
13,541
5,651
6,546
6,124
7,161
6,069
6,311
1 599
1 248
1 486
1 201
1 480
1 866
2,314
2,392
2,432
2,224
2,184
2,280
10,834
10,496
10,396
11,391
12,277
11,148
858
1,424
1,435
1,217
1,105
2,222
34,808
35,967
38,343
36,734
36,712
37,238
1 720
1 780
1,598
1,538
1 493
1,836
99,492 100,118 100,292
90,061
95,415
95,706
854
544
622
1,016
955
807
9,714
9,274
12,448
15,201
13,009
15,408
241
75
136
117
178
236
2,878
3,243
3,329
3,411
3,422
3,467

3 Europe
4 Austria
5 Belgium and Luxembourg
..
6 Denmark
7 Finland
..
8 France
9 Germany
10 Greece
1 1 Italy
12 Netherlands
13 Norway
14 Portugal
..
15 Spain
. . ..
16 Sweden
17 Switzerland
1 8 Turkey
19 United Kingdom . .
20 Yugoslavia'1
21 Others in Western Europe12 . . . .
22 Russia
23 Others in Eastern Europe13 . . . .
24 Canada

19 248

23 867

23,463

23,278

22,826

23,959

22,553

729,713 733,069 743,997

23,953

24,074

24,772

759,983 756,066
751,166

23,171

747,085

21,605

25 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 338,172 341,756 331,786 331,185 335,182
26 Argentina
....
7653
7666
7,858
7,694
7,578
96,828
96,514
97,536
105,645 102,712
27 Bahamas
3 104
3 008
2,885
2,769
3,054
28 Bermuda
29 Brazil
5,699
6,032
6,213
5,549
5,495
153,964 160,297 156,365 156,818 158,151
30 British West Indies
3,187
3,062
2,994
3,106
3,237
31 Chile
4465
4 306
3,785
4,346
4,406
32 Colombia
8
18
7
8
8
33 Cuba
1 332
34 Ecuador
1,319
1,260
1,293
1 359
1 580
1,617
1,571
1,595
35 Guatemala
1 563
224
36 Jamaica
268
233
237
256
17,394
17,498
18,629
16 926
17,143
37 Mexico
7,115
6,934
6,577
6,874
6,032
38 Netherlands Antilles
4,345
4,349
39 Panama
4,45 1
4,290
4,549
1 322
40 Peru
1 346
1 363
1 427
1 411
2622
41 Uruguay
. ..
2,493
2,447
2,503
2 580
12,094
42 Venezuela
11,942
12,265
11,833
12,664
43 Other .
7 038
7033
7,105
6,947
6,801

335,490 340,894 340,334 343,898 341,845 346,503 345,529
7,092
6,864
7,186
7,447
7,753
6,973
7,500
96,942 100,657 101,063 100,622
96,634 98,112 94,327
3,178
3,089
3,520
3,120
2,919
3,196
3,295
5,832
5,704
5,600
5,839
5,497
5,762
5,578
158,628 163,078 165,077 166,254 161,271 164,329 163,620
3,304
3,161
3,089
3,228
3,348
3,387
3,283
4,417
4,734
4,445
4,822
4,796
4,661
4,641
2
9
8
4
2
7
12
1,267
1,226
1,237
1,236
1,232
1,286
1,236
1,641
1,613
1,585
1,543
1,594
1,663
1,589
219
213
231
202
273
235
201
19,957
19,524
20,010
20,360
20,988
20,001
20,528
5,732
5,934
5,924
5,592
5,828
5,565
5,499
4,670
4,435
4,748
4,374
4,450
4,563
4,695
1 333
1 287
1 305
1 249
1 340
1 234
1 240
2,555
2,467
2,456
2,524
2,425
2,356
2,096
12,170
12,348
12,581
12,242
12,171
12,249
13,181
6,830
6,778
7,020
6,806
6,766
6,879
6,788

44 Asia
136 261 132 780
China
2,720
45
People's Republic of China . .
2,866
46
Republic of China (Taiwan) . . 11,171
11,481
14922
14 844
47 Hong Kong
1 464
48 India
1 620
1,712
49 Indonesia
1,191
2 823
2 509
50 Israel .
51 Japan
63,429
61,070
2 186
52 Korea (South)
2 406
1,455
1,655
53 Philippines
54 Thailand
2 228
2 148
55 Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries14
14 712
13 691
17,143
56 Other
17,593

134,451

128,270

123,661

121,426

122,866

122 332

119 217

120 326

119 947

120,462

3,030
11,837
15 791
1,948
1,938
2,966
56,800
2,248
1,609
2,403

2,415
11,656
16 135
1,895
1,306
2,849
53,000
2,907
1,681
2,571

2,446
11,300
15 030
1,968
1,340
2,564
52,024
2,229
1,521
2,502

2,412
10,523
14 577
1,959
1,609
2,355
51,458
2,195
1,587
2,386

2,408
11,922
14 653
2,122
1,188
2,377
50,141
2,440
1,537
2,368

2,247
12,259
14 121
2,373
1,234
2,698
48,886
2,257
1,465
2,650

2,198
10,096
14057
2,487
1,078
2,848
48,122
2,126
1,651
3,348

2,494
12,445
13 838
2,504
1,230
2,116
47,056
2 178
1,926
3,113

2,784
1 1 ,675
13 681
2,613
1,412
2,109
45,995
2 609
2,139
3,581

2,626
11,491
14 269
2,418
1,463
2,015
47,069
2,587
2,449
2,252

15,636
18,245

14,647
17,208

14,133
16,606

13,371
16,995

15,749
15,961

14 834
17,308

15 309
15,897

15 529
15,897

16 301
15,048

15,752
16,071

57 Africa . . .
58 Eevot
59 Morocco
60 South Africa
61 Zaire . .
...
62 Oil-exporting countries15
63 Other

5 173
1 476
107
212
55
1,508
1,815

5 153
1 416
90
317
50
1,528
1,751

4,908
1,449
91
312
52
1,370
1,634

4,495
927
89
220
50
1,434
1,776

4,695
1,364
97
202
52
1,140
1,840

4,188
1 017
122
241
45
1,105
1,658

3,929
999
81
221
24
960
1,644

4,017
957
91
137
58
992
1,782

4,483
1 125
82
242
37
1,145
1,852

4,558
1 241
78
207
42
1,182
1,808

4,465
1 060
93
173
32
1,280
1,827

4,825
1 621
79
228
31
1,082
1,784

64 Other
65 Australia
66 Other

4 773
3,883
891

4231
3,441
789

4,115
3,137
978

3,968
3,124
845

3,969
3,239
730

3,885
3,103
781

3,945
3,173
772

4004
3,149
855

4 165
3,231
934

5 463
4,445
1,018

5 282
4,116
1,166

5 567
4,464
1,103

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International
Latin American regional17
Other regional18

7,044
5 564
975
506

6,223
4487
1,296
440

6,928
5,367
1,170
391

7,018
5,573
1,016
429

5,774
4,359
802
614

6,576
4 683
1,410
482

6,650
4770
1,273
607

7,656
5 082
1,531
1,043

7,616
5 578
1,094
944

8,254
6000
1,242
1,012

8,817
6 276
1,366
1,175

8,981
6485
1,181
1,315

68
69
70

116



52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1991-921—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

| Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

810,025

1992
1 Total, all foreigners

753,920

756,939

773,994

769,287

784,687

786,771 777,412

768,594

797,082

794,618

801,930

2 Foreign countries

743,376

745,624

762,675

758,996

773,265

773,726

755,680

785,797

783 891

792 015 800,675

766,101

3 Europe
244,599 246,169 256,114 262,455 273,230 279,333 283,433 289,059 290,306 306 453 311 838 308,418
1,337
1,041
1,030
1,230
1,219
1,489
1 443
1,425
1 454
1 582
1 356
1 611
4 Austria
15,156
16,269
15,818
16,740
16,797
5 Belgium and Luxembourg
17,346
13,348
17,948
21,178
19,662
20,572
18,455
997
1,263
892
961
1,331
991
1 348
1 760
1 780
1 481
3 060
6 Denmark
1,329
843
765
893
623
720
685
949
1 144
1,299
7 Finland
1,014
1,005
976
30,142
27,005
41 459
29 183 26456 26,036 27,727
28 910
32 158
34 881
39 968
8 France
29,461
8,068
8,319
18,631
7,859
9,456
9,556
9,337
8967
13 810
9 Germany
1 1 ,032 14,739
15 401
1,374
895
1 058
1,134
1,254
873
998
872
749
910
934
1 069
10 Greece
10,362
10,055
10,041
9,554
9,915
10,035
10 165
10,993
12,237
12 494
1 1 Italy
10,798
11 104
9,572
7,322
9,250
9,352
9,456
9,653
10,407
8,962
8,411
7,372
10,432
12 Netherlands
7,965
1,942
1,398
1,286
899
1,359
2014
1,429
1 421
3,319
1 851
13 Norway
1 577
1,341
1,114
2,540
2,071
2,217
2,530
2,659
2,391
2,664
2,245
2 258
2,255
2,465
14 Portugal
10 653
15,850
13 504
14,438
14,322
15 319
15 Spain
9 371
15 595
14 608
10 390
9,796
14,910
3,791
3,443
1,886
2,600
1,720
3,245
1,721
2,363
3,057
5 221
4 424
2,986
16 Sweden
37 104
33,604
35,987
36,663
39 314
17 Switzerland
35 652 34 710
38 240
39,440
39 569 40 569
40 791
1,580
1,691
18 Turkey
1,476
1,677
1,600
1,362
1 789
2,087
2524
2 360
2,666
2,021
19 United Kingdom
102 420 102 348 103 629 108,392 112,902 111,796 111 954 111 584 115 821 114 712 117 373 112,454
555
547
567
504
504
569
524
554
20 Yugoslavia"'1
493
529
577
575
21,606
23,242
25,834
15,452
17,208
19,961
21 Others in Western Europe12 . . . . 13,902
14,069
12,866
27,227
26,690
22,371
440
577
436
525
161
238
168
287
609
499
450
601
22 Russia
4,102
3,880
3,941
3,422
3,690
4,291
4,207
23 Others in Eastern Europe13 . . . .
3,396
4,155
3,947
3,699
4,238
24 Canada

18 693

20 482

20 966

20,500

22,581

20,358

22 350

20410

22,668

21 378

22 052

22,746

25 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 351,051 349,750 350,802 341,515 339,442 339,272 325,459 311,020 318,341 311,421 312,118 316,020
9,375
7,870
8,302
8,647
9,699
10,042
9,388
9,477
26 Argentina
9,398
7,889
9,066
8,716
82,222
98,582 100,066 101,855
99,830 102,277
92 578 82 565
77,631
85 886
86318
27 Bahamas
. . 101,460
3,598
3,478
3,364
3,348
4,833
4,275
5,889
6,355
7,079
28 Bermuda
2,989
4,782
3,759
5,398
5,394
5,584
5,228
5 312
5 284
29 Brazil
5,530
5,515
5,539
5,577
5 829
5,236
30 British West Indies
166 619 168 340 166 570 160 699 158,223 156,544 151 554 148 121 161,118 144 640 145 375 151,886
3,707
3,442
3,035
31 Chile
3,793
3,611
3,322
3,408
3,626
3,507
3 259
2,931
3,400
4,713
4971
4,915
4,725
4688
4,793
4769
4 675
4,580
4,902
4 712
4 625
32 Colombia
5
6
6
3
9
3
12
33
10
11
33 Cuba
11
9
1,141
1,154
1,217
1,172
1,132
1 080
1 ,079
1 032
1,022
993
1 220
1 248
34 Ecuador
1,448
1,417
1,377
1,324
1,377
1,438
1,421
1,433
1,554
1,549
1,539
1,489
35 Guatemala
242
371
227
27 1
234
309
309
274
271
271
272
234
36 Jamaica
19,515
19,667
19,674
19,240
19,567
19,456
20,865
20,372
20,319
21,563
21,385
20,070
37 Mexico
..
5,316
5,085
4,705
6,098
5,205
5,349
38 Netherlands Antilles
6,479
6,586
5,207
5,995
4,748
4,826
4,271
4,445
4,103
3,965
4,177
4,154
4,210
4,124
39 Panama . .
4,348
4,403
4,588
4,291
1 221
1,160
1 155
1,164
1 153
1,059
1,080
1 188
1,096
1,099
1 143
40 Peru
1 233
2,104
2,169
2,163
2,019
2,087
2,092
1,955
2,061
2,157
2,182
2,298
2,165
41 Uruguay . .
11,461
11 093
11,116
11 519
1 1 ,020 11,387
12 236
12 197
11,885
11,716
10 816
42 Venezuela
13 523
6,953
6,449
6,475
6,261
6,083
6,153
6,790
6,648
6,769
6,496
43 Other
6,552
6,668
44 Asia
119,150
China
45
People's Republic of China . .
2,752
46
Republic of China (Taiwan) . . 10,946
47 Hong Kong
15,049
2,297
48 India
1 037
49 Indonesia
50 Israel
2,193
46,110
5 1 Japan
2,479
52 Korea (South)
2,256
53 Philippines
2,933
54 Thailand
55 Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries'4
15,901
15,197
56 Other

120,051

125,684

125,189

128,100

124,555

124,918

125,248

144,802

134,393

136,120

143,436

2,608
10,586
14,863
2,256
1 276
2,137
44,783
2,800
2,462
3,224

2,678
10,593
14,610
2,028
1 516
2,536
49,534
2,886
2,638
3,330

2,753
10,471
16,125
1,792
1 109
3,791
47,339
3,016
2,266
3,147

2,364
10,265
17,885
1,671
1,133
3,432
46,200
3,132
1,630
6,990

2,378
9,977
16,990
1,715
1,387
2,976
44,269
2,839
1,813
4,586

2,292
10,277
16,853
1 567
1 256
2,850
45,826
3,288
1,994
4,017

2,508
10,362
17,798
1,480
958
2,620
45,693
3,644
1,920
4,624

2,480
9,429
18,682
1,372
1,507
2,613
64,615
3,673
2,028
4,517

2,582
8,616
17,542
1 234
1 260
2,208
56,109
3,529
2,275
5,082

2,559
8,750
16,322
1,210
1,217
3,691
55,365
3,698
2,223
5,797

3,202
8,379
18,509
1,396
1,480
3,775
58,342
3,336
2,275
5,582

18,410
14,646

19,311
14,024

18,614
14,766

18,297
15,101

18,983
16,642

19,828
14,870

18,938
14,703

19,977
13,909

19,040
14,916

20,266
15,022

21,446
15,714

57 Africa
58 Esvot
59 Morocco
60 South Africa
61 Zaire
62 Oil-exporting countries15
63 Other

5,042
1,620
86
201
28
1,204
1,903

4,919
1,632
82
199
30
1,214
1,762

4,886
1,337
90
191
35
1,428
1,805

4,864
1,610
88
188
27
1,277
1,674

5,430
2,001
77
399
26
1,257
1,670

5,810
2,540
87
248
29
1,232
1,674

5,516
2,324
85
269
17
1,211
1,610

5,314
2,143
93
275
24
1,090
1,689

5,592
2,243
100
190
14
1,339
1,706

5,843
2,598
98
240
24
1,201
1,682

6,062
2,601
93
214
23
1,402
1,729

5,884
2,472
76
190
19
1,346
1,781

64 Other
65 Australia
66 Other

4 841
3,619
1,222

4,253
3,065
1,188

4,223
3,100
1,123

4,473
3,575
898

4,482
3,211
1,271

4,398
3,192
1,206

4425
3,066
1,359

4,629
3,322
1,307

4,088
2,927
1,161

4,403
2,987
1,416

3,825
2,654
1,171

4,171
3,047
1,124

10,544
8,088
1,422
1,034

11,315
8,992
1,500
823

11,319
8,813
1,885
621

10,291
7,543
1,788
960

11,422
8,400
2,012
1,010

13,045
9,996
2,430
619

11,311
7,402
2,689
1,220

12,914
9,501
2,509
904

11,285
8,204
2,274
807

10,727
7,689
2,130
908

9,915
6,764
2,248
903

9,350
7,434
1,415
501

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
68 International '°
69 Latin American regional17 . . . .
70 Other regional18




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53. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1991-921
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

j

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

| May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1991

1 Total, all foreigners

500,263 511,477 498,886 510,029 503,965 505,733 498,030 503,020 500,083 511,413 514,613 514,339

2 Foreign countries

497,713 507,752 496,463 507,213 501,088 501,156 495,722 500,631 497,467 509,310

3 Europe
108,208
4 Austria
263
5 Belgium and Luxembourg
..
6,189
567
6 Denmark
7 Finland
1,074
8 France
15 268
9 Germany . . .
...
3,375
1 0 Greece
651
1 | Italy
6,110
12 Netherlands
1 962
13 Norway . . . .
783
14 Portugal
323
15 Spain
2,927
16 Sweden
2,174
17 Switzerland .
. . . .
2,077
18 Turkey
1,378
19 United Kingdom
60,280
20 Yugoslavia*
1,084
21 Others in Western Europe3 . . . .
705
22 Russia
505
23 Other Eastern Europe4
512
24 Canada

16 981

107,635
409
5,932
472
1,355
14 422
3,633
652
5,672
2 117
780
292
2,588
2,311
2,448
1,509
60,168
980
851
501
545
19 416

104,399 100,617
270
392
5,695
5,482
598
765
1,147
1,163
14 961
13 919
3,283
3 238
667
688
6617
5 459
2 128
2 217
765
679
384
293
3 396
3406
2,314
1,959
3 167
3 240
1 ,440
1,537
53 998 52 709
991
1,012
1,141
1,118
781
904
558
533
17 145

17 638

99,145
220
7,851
909
857
13 589
2,658
762
5,857
1 954
700
322
3 144
1,962
3 487
1 ,445
49 923
965
999
956
585

98,747
303
6,736
896
663
14 302
2 763
654
6 339
2 126
707
378
2 118
1,983
2 969
1,594
51 019
932
734
911
617

97,734
269
5,924
898
637
14 300
2 688
619
5 911
2 228
666
260
2644
1,863
3 627
1 458
50675
877
832
772
586

99,008 103,445 103,755
185
297
371
6,534
7,175
7,680
945
624
670
766
903
1,190
13 085
13 827
14 504
3 121
2,688
2087
495
473
487
5 931
6 541
6,370
2 173
2 099
1 953
610
706
720
308
266
301
2447
2057
2 399
1 638
1,901
1,847
4 195
3 609
4048
\ 407 1,385
1,195
54244 55 391
51 971
821
804
803
1,024
714
773
1 015
1 157
1 358
645
559
716

17 750

17 501

16 773

14 538

14 784

16 128

511,413 508,056
107,834
325
6,962
671
1,373
14 811
2 866
555
6 362
2 227
814
358
2 517
2 352
4469
1 151
55 887
849
1,001
1 689
591

114,310
127
6,158
686
1 ,907
15,112
3,371
551
8,242
2 546
669
344
1,881
2,335
4,540
1,063
60 395
825
789
t ,970
597

15 898

15 113

25 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 233,322 239,034 235,775 242,461 245,173 248,959 246,422 249,854 251,099 255,139 252,834 246,137
26 Argentina
6,574
6,820
6,694
5 944
5 735
5,869
6 420
6,362
6 127
5 749
5 749
5 778
27 Bahamas . .
80 212
81 444
74 316 77 586 79 795 78 347
81 661 78 801
87 138
87 145
80636 85 938
28 Bermuda
4,133
2,161
3,702
5 186
7,419
11 779
4 311
2,270
5 810
3 893
4 108
6 860
29 Brazil
18 331
17 968
17 947
16 530
15 598
15 252
12 354
11 687
11 894
12 336
11 887
11 501
30 British West Indies
95,275
98,874 102,358 105 712 105,981 115 113 110 548 111 226 112 513 116,340 111 886 107,846
31 Chile
3,225
3 238
3 171
2 781
3 051
3 033
2 833
2 833
2 918
2 733
2 723
2 805
32 Colombia
2,446
2,557
2,530
2 544
2,425
2 336
2,282
2202
2 574
2 350
2 369
2434
0
0
o
o
o
0
33 Cuba
0
0
0
0
0
0
34 Ecuador
1 325
1 361
1 361
1 344
1 326
1 339
1 263
1 095
1 090
1 238
1 115
I 051
35 Guatemala
223
193
199
234
230
188
211
194
196
195
228
190
197
isi
150
158
36 Jamaica
243
171
224
144
150
162
187
161
37 Mexico
14,597
14 790
15 052
15 571
15 136
15 406
15 239
16 831
15 369
17 358
16567
16 398
2 267
1 601
38 Netherlands Antilles
I 298
1 994
1 589
1 639
1 622
1 207
1 679
1 395
1 301
4 059
39 Panama
1,522
1,489
1 468
1 464
1 399
1 478
1 544
1 560
1 418
1 489
1 638
1 476
40 Peru
656
691
697
670
722
728
722
739
727
713
712
724
41 Uruguay
, ...
767
626
588
620
615
571
577
599
590
577
555
550
2 394
2 159
2 384
42 Venezuela .
2 109
2 245
2 200
2 212
2 211
2 395
2 623
2 516
2 452
43 Other
1 414
1,389
1,433
1 365
1 280
1 211
1 152
1 261
1 263
1 215
1 158
1 181
44 Asia
131,525 134,186 131,579 139048 131 598 128 287 127 475 129 747 120 502 126900 127 124 125 262
China
45
People's Republic of China . .
565
497
723
641
567
575
621
747
992
659
597
698
46
Republic of China (Taiwan) . .
1,275
1,787
1,486
1,674
1,380
1,687
1,516
2,087
2,021
1,449
1,570
1,578
47 Hong Kong
8,273
8,817
9769
10 926
9 963
9 070
10 114
9 617
9 300
8 977
10069
9470
574
487
441
48 India
556
624
590
426
441
435
482
459
450
952
49 Indonesia
1 145
926
1 081
1 029
982
897
876
872
883
878
841
994
907
50 Israel
964
842
952
871
829
818
851
919
944
860
51 Japan
90513 90006 84 814 91 264 88 812 85 708 88 153 90 577 80 559 84 791
85 524
84 807
52 Korea (South)
5,969
6,011
6251
6 170
5 594
5 594
5 400
5 205
5 359
6048
5 989
5 819
53 Philippines
1 230
1 261
1 445
1 478
1 452
1 682
1 506
1 647
1 633
1 916
1 971
1 910
54 Thailand
1 764
1,587
1,791
1 662
I 752
1 980
1 982
1 939
1 831
1 713
1 875
1 803
55 Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries5
8,966
12,096
12 386
12 286
9 636
9 335
10468
9 777
10 433
9 973
9 957
8 284
7 796
56 Other . . . .
10 121
9 708
10498
10 472
10 144
8 131
6 874
7 487
8 432
6 912
7 476
57 Africa
58 Egypt . . . .
59 Morocco
60 South Africa
61 Zaire
62 Oil-exporting countries6
63 Other

5,439
384
514
1,517
17
1 467
1 539

5 424
314
511
1,518
21
1 478
1 582

5 488
304
538
1 628
17
1 452
1 547

5 356
304
538
1 627
18
1 372
1 497

5 464
305
603
1 641
18
1 365
1 533

5 429
315
590
1 626
12
1 336
1 550

5 417
324
597
1 627
9
1 285
1 575

5 344
315
576
1 610
9
1 273
1 561

5 281
320
579
1 498
g
1 270
1 606

5 273
302
589
1 495
9
1 260
1 618

5 242
351
583
1 493
7
1 320
1 488

4 928
294
575
1 235
4
1 298
1 522

64 Other
65 Australia . .
66 Other
67 Non monetary international 7and
regional organizations

2 237
1 671
566

2 056
1 546
510

2078
1 467
611

2 093
1 569
524

1 957
1 470
487

2 233
1 621
611

1 901
1 384
517

2 140
1 464
676

2 356
1 531
825

2 115
1 503
612

2 481
1 718
763

2 306
1 665
641

2,550

3,725

2,423

2,816

2,877

4,577

2,308

2,389

2,616

2,103

3,200

6,283

118



53. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1991-921—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

May

| June

July

| Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

486,652

493,737

Nov.

Dec.

1992

1 Total, all foreigners

513,777

2 Foreign countries

509,261 506,801 509,590 505,411 501,752

505,952 499,762

475,831 482,481 491,265

487,887

490,679

111,161 113,039 123,962 120,704
444
447
375
456
7,442
6,998
6,960
6,500
709
737
872
994
1,586
1 321
1 465
1 526
13,675
13,698
14,090
14,081
3,053
3,406
3,789
4,065
542
517
473
548
7,374
8,612
9,843
10,262
2,461
2 273
2 693
2 647
578
676
698
731
361
350
368
398
2,414
3,415
3,776
2,677
3 026
2 916
2 600
2 973
4,084
3,909
3,364
4 133
1 ,076
944
928
1,131
57,161
58,109 66,712 62493
810
807
781
735
1,104
873
821
889
2,824
2,491
2,659
2,948
589
490
518
592

126,189 124,473
433
647
6,179
6,465
1,436
951
1 506
1 269
14,490
14,204
3,332
3,891
487
572
10,599
10,506
2 272
2 042
722
731
367
382
3,870
3 730
6 721
5 968
3,963
3 672
988
1,174
63911 62 794
697
693
766
1,222
3,035
3,153
415
407

119 266
631
6,321
918
1 081
13 091
4,728
601
9,874
2 075
707
387
2 590
6 605
3 924
1,002
58 878
678
1,351
3,280
544

117 893
367
7,514
1,012
1 299
15 065
4,075
589
9485
1 980
639
383
3 304
6058
3 102
986
56 501
674
1,211
3 199
450

126 180
414
6,975
830
817
16 111
5,629
583
9 752
2 334
666
327
4642
6675
3 688
1,177
60 227
668
959
3 190
516

122 156
463
6,423
1 ,056
1 230
15,718
5,328
598
9,443
3 006
435
330
3 481
5 781
3 591
950
59 009
661
1,019
3,174
460

124,130
341
6,404
707
1 419
14,847
4,229
718
9,048
2 497
356
325
2,772
4 929
4 722
962
63 980
569
1,706
3,147
452

15 156

15 862

16 830

15 834

14 185

3 Europe . .
112579
4 Austria
211
6,715
5 Belgium and Luxembourg
6 Denmark
792
1 854
7 Finland
8 France
15 148
9 Germany
3,305
10 Greece
530
1 1 Italy
8,006
2 672
12 Netherlands
834
13 Norway
14 Portugal
360
15 Spain
2 532
16 Sweden
2 729
4 484
17 Switzerland
18 Turkey
1,062
19 United Kingdom
56 562
20 Yugoslavia^
823
1,145
21 Others in Western Europe3 . . . .
22 Russia
2,331
484
23 Other Eastern Europe4
24 Canada

14 903

513,251 515,963 510,200

15,934

15,539

15 141

506,553 511,946

16 505

16 426

503,183 480,220

17 484

490,768 495,761

25 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 254,521 249,557 254,365 242,292 240,299 243,551 234,203 217,721 210,579 213,423 217,036 213,772
4 5S3
5,821
5,832
5,786
5,947
5,954
5,394
4 564
4,605
4,882
26 Argentina
5,612
4,784
82 115 84 659
89 330
84,231
88 915
27 Bahamas
83 147
74 866 62 673 58 588 64 853
65 139 59 532
3,535
6,592
6,035
5,934
28 Bermuda
4,461
3,649
4,283
4,951
6,099
6,302
3 567
2 798
29 Brazil
12 417
12,747
12 373
12 319
12 181
12018
11 581
10 733
12 186
12 286
11 308
11 558
30 British West Indies
112,065 111,096 112,137 103,618 102,229 106,754 104,307
99 960
99 579 96 906 96,323 98,738
31 Chile
2,745
2 778
2921
3 309
3 397
2 815
3 046
3 220
3 300
3 323
3 101
3 203
2 374
2,322
32 Colombia
2,330
2,339
2,328
2,304
2475
2 595
2,698
2,750
2,398
2 322
5
o
2
o
33 Cuba
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 044
34 Ecuador . . .
1,034
993
986
939
936
924
926
884
950
949
936
213
35 Guatemala
212
227
230
255
262
168
172
2"\5
275
164
186
36 Jamaica
157
158
152
162
167
150
143
150
151
150
160
147
37 Mexico
16,972
17,278
17,277
17,339
17,2'-i4
16,867
16,420
16,298
16,523
16 621
16,495
15,049
1,193
38 Netherlands Antilles
979
1,181
1,258
904
920
1,529
1,379
941
966
1,045
1,080
39 Panama
1,630
1,641
1,687
1,818
2,080
4,474
1,911
2,187
2,003
2,025
1,937
1,979
121
662
637
707
40 Peru
723
730
659
712
7?4
713
700
700
604
604
685
41 Uruguay
546
717
765
749
799
877
936
921
882
2 424
2 008
2 044
2 214
42 Venezuela
2,238
2 186
2 880
2 525
2 358
2 583
2 6*53
2 700
43 Other
1,294
1,441
1,292
1,259
1 ,267
1 ,287
1,419
1,400
1 376
1,320
1,310
1 488
44 Asia
1 19,907 122,693 119,718
China
45
People's Republic of China . .
813
699
719
1,884
1,974
46
Republic of China (Taiwan) . .
1,914
47 Hong Kong
9,845
9,701
10,448
445
48 India
418
518
1 012
49 Indonesia
1,061
1,096
873
943
901
50 Israel
5 1 Japan
80,314
74717
80 694
52 Korea (South)
5,699
6,295
6,414
1,790
1,832
53 Philippines
1 849
54 Thailand
1 633
1,621
1,605
55 Middle Eastern oil-exporting
5
countries . . . .
...
8 079
10,981 12,291
56 Other
6,986
7,203
7 051

116,843

117,321

112,373

115,963

116 740

131 049

127 396

126,181

131,296

660
2,011
8,504
504
1,055
837
72 200
6,208
1,691
1 629

729
1,808
9,111
475
1,132
874
74 507
5,785
1,619
1 714

685
1,778
8,242
458
1,085
891
69 268
5,910
1,649
1,767

642
1,965
9,075
512
1,090
901
71 177
6,063
1,636
1 716

696
1,983
7 986
528
1 108
920
71 728
6,201
1,776
1 691

636
2,054
10 0')7
499
1 089
800
83 565
6,247
2 144
1 795

978
1,848
9 095
500
1 112
826
80 291
6,113
2 181
1 764

624
1,653
9,287
539
1,135
937
77 714
6,288
2,034
1 873

906
2,046
9,673
529
1,189
820
78 647
6,180
2,145
1,867

14,562
6982

13,453
6 114

14,505
6,135

14,323
6 863

14,783
7 340

14 613
7 550

15 488
7 200

16,858
7 239

18,559
8,735

57 Africa
58 Egypt
59 Morocco
60 South Africa
61 Zaire
62 Oil-exporting countries6
63 Other

4,870
255
591
1,217
4
1,116
1 687

4,741
223
550
1,189
4
1,112
1,663

4,758
271
547
1,176
4
1,164
1 596

4,818
242
547
1,239
4
1,160
I 626

4,582
218
529
1,128
4
1,162
1 541

4,548
256
527
1,070
4
1,159
1 532

4,452
261
496
1 ,047
4
1,157
1 487

4,455
243
483
1 ,066
4
1,130
1 529

4 333
256
467
1 ,055
4
1,067
1 484

4 303
229
452
1,036
4
1,056
1 526

4,233
214
443
1,063
4
1,029
1 480

4,289
194
441
1,041
4
1,004
1 605

64 Other
65 Australia
66 Other
67 Nonmonetary international 7and
regional organizations

2481
1 472
1 009

2,715
1,478
1,237

2,171
1,390
781

2,355
1,426
929

2,341
1 199
1 142

2,865
1,727
1 138

3,187
1 ,937
1 250

2,493
1 463
1 030

2 765
1 765
1 000

3,133
1 951
1 182

2,447
1,601
846

3,007
2,263
744

4,516

6,450

6,373

4,789

4,801

5,994

3,421

4,389

4,171

2,472

2,881

5,082




119

54. Banks' own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in
United States, 1991-921
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

j Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

May | June | July

Aug.

j Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1991
564,080

J Total

572,989

567,497

579,683

500263 511477 498,886 510 029 503 965 505 733 498 030 503 020 500 083 511 413 514 613 514 339
40,004 44,492 45,379 44,720 40,503 40,468 35 850 35 839 35 826 35,842 36,432 37 126
302,006 307,576 299,407 304,860 298,947 306,253 305,607 302 059 304 202 312,934 313,654 318 800
116,677 116,047 110,531 112,7% 117,104 114,675 115,073 116,444 114,262 1 19,798 120,319 116,602
68,825 69,204 63,301 65,137 69,234 68,964 69 169 70 67 1 68 209 72,191 71,360 690)8
47,852 46,842 47,230 47,659 47,870 45,71 1 45,904 45 773 46,053 47,607 48,959 47,584
41,576 43,363 43,569 47,653 47 4H 44,338 41 500 48 678 45 793 42,839 44 208 41 811

2 Banks* claims
3 Foreign public borrowers
..
4 Own foreign offices2
5 Unaffi Hated foreign banks
6
Deposits . .
7
Other
8 A l l other foreigners
. . .
9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3 . . . .
10 Deposits
1J
Negotiable and 4
readily transferable
instruments
,.,, ..
...
12 Outstanding collections and other claims .
MEMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances .
14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by
nonbanking business enterprises in the
United States5

...
48,817

.
44,653

65,195
17,054

67,256
19,390

67,414
19 550

65,344
15 280

35,427
12,714

...

35 147
12,718

35 054
12,810

37 125
12,939

10,257

9 389

8 856

8974

44,384

43,432

40 927

36 780

41 289

42 517

38 787

40,444

41 009

40 297

1992
1 Total
2 Banks1 claims . .
,
3 Foreign public borrowers
2
4 Own foreign offices
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits . .
..
.
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

...
.

.

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3 . . . .
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments4
1 2 Outstanding collections and other claims .
MEMO
1 3 Customer liability on acceptances
14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by
nonbanking business enterprises in the
United States5

120




579,343

565,466

555,799

548,867

513,777 513,251 515,963 510,200 506 553 511 946 503 183 480 220 486 652 493,737 490 768 495 761
35,183 38,214 36,609 34,472 34,522 35,876 32,923 32265 31,399 31,951 30,849 31,245
312,595 310408 321,156 305 316 310278 314842 302784 288 457 298 994 298 208 291 126 299 916
121,891 119,088 114,416 120,164 116,241 111,651 113,278 105 729 105,468 1 1 1 ,977 112,308 109,788
. . 71,658 70,521 66,594 70,299 69 743 63 071 62 152 55 607 54 000 60,554 61 752 60 949
50 233 48 567 47 822 49 g65 46498 48 580 51 126 50 122 51 468 51 423 50556 48 839
. . 44,108 45,541 43,782 50,248 45 512 49 577 54 198 53 769 50 791 51,601 56 485 54 812
63,380
17,548

53,520
17,098

62,215
15,348

60,038
15,452

33,115
12,717

24,114
12,308

33,687
13,180

31 454
13,132

7,915

8 679

8 700

...

...

8,102

38 648

40412

38 116

35 389

34095

34011

35487

33 860

34 773

34 513

33 710

33 604

55. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United
States, 1991-921
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

June

1 Total

199,146

By borrower
2 Maturity of one year or less
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
All other foreigners
5 Maturity of more than one year
6
Foreign public borrowers
7
All other foreigners

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

199,245

195,632

195,302

194,496

158,667
22,663
136,004
40,479
22,407
18,072

159,973
19,390
140,584
39,272
20,839
18,433

160,719
17,603
143,116
34,913
17,929
16,984

162,573
21,050
141,523
32,729
15,859
16,870

49,917
5,929
42,544
54,058
3,008
3,212

50,084
7,253
41,014
53,241
2,937
5,445

51,228
5,662
47,564
50,062
2,815
3,388

4,043
3,434
24,987
5,444
2,426
145

Maturity, by borrower and area2

3,827
3,913
23,266
5,695
2,456
114

3,728
3,730
19,296
5,635
2,393
131

Sept.

Dec.

196,776

187,272

195,517

161,553
20,096
141,457
32,943
16,202
16,741

162,382
20,400
141,982
34,394
15,165
19,229

155,072
17,739
137,333
32,200
13,314
18,886

163,873
17,689
146,184
31,644
13,268
18,376

51,835
6,444
43,597
51,059
2,549
7,089

52,898
6,958
48,536
43,645
2,470
7,046

55,123
7,986
48,983
41,343
2,127
6,820

55,964
5,949
45,241
40,664
2,183
5,071

53,865
6,118
50,316
45,726
1,784
6,064

3,878
3,595
18,277
4,459
2,335
185

4,315
3,289
18,140
4,753
2,207
239

6,752
3,158
16,847
5,018
2,356
263

6,624
3,227
15,111
4,853
2,107
278

5,380
3,290
15,159
5,015
2,390
410

1991

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

By area
Maturity of one year or less
Europe
....
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other3
Maturity of more than one year
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other3

. .,

...

1992

56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks in the United
States, 1991-921
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

Sept.

June

Mar.

Dec.

64,804
65 182
27,651
37 531
4,375

I Banks' liabilities
2 Banks' claims
3 Deposits
4 Other claims
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers2 .

59,355
60409
27,735
32 674
1,648

Sept.

Dec.

84,162
72 164
28,074
44090
3,987

June

72,796
62 789
24,240
38 549
4,432

1992

1991
63,291
63,581
29,775
33,806
2,418

75,129
73 195
26,192
47 003
3,398

68,136
60 513
23,277
37 236
2,962

70,969
58 354
23,468
34 886
4,375

57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 19921
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets
1 Deposits .
Assets held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked Gold3




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

321

264

262

206

217

219

264

297

546

415

229

205

293 958
13 303

297,834
13,305

300,277
13 304

303,413
13,304

307,562
13,295

307,337
13 268

316431
13 261

318 328
13 261

306,97 1
13 241

311,538
13,201

308,959
13,192

314,481
13,686

121

58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions during period, 1991-921
Millions of dollars, net purchases or sales (—)
Year

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

1991
19,865

1 Estimated total

2 Foreign countries .
....
19 687
3 Europe
8 663
523
4
Belgium and Luxembourg . .
5
Germany
-4725
6
Netherlands
-3 735
7
Sweden . . .
....
-663
8
Switzerland
1,007
9
United Kingdom
6 218
10,024
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
13
12 Canada
....
-3 019
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

3,552

Latin America and Caribbean . 10,285 -4,306
Venezuela
10
-153
Other Latin America and
155
Caribbean
4 179
Netherlands Antilles
6097 -4 308
7024
Asia
3 367
Japan
-4 081
2 249
Africa
78
689
Other
-298
103

2 1 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . .
International
Latin American regional . . . .

22
23

MEMO
24 Foreign countries
25 Official institutions
26 Other foreign2

..

Oil-exporting countries
27 Middle East*
3

178 -1,693
-358 -1,631
-72
-202
19 687
1 190
18 496
-6 822
239

28 Africa

11,542 - 15,486

1,681

15,224 -5,719

5 245 10,023 - 14 653 1,327
3 190 2 246 -45J4 -1 644
149
116
260
38
-543 -1,691 -3,340
-539
-607
-292
-85
300
43
-244
-410
-661
463
170
140
-622
440
2 902
-402
362
757
4,093 -1,342
-186
0
5
6
0
-844
-125
149
548

5245
2 364
2 881

2,083
-1
938
1 146
5,438
1 866
110
269

1,519
1,162
156

-435

6

164
2,213
-605
2484
-9 360 -2269
-6231 -3 433
5
16
-499
-22

-834
-860

5

10,023 - 14 653
5,869 -12 738
4,154 -1 915

523

o

644
21

11,265

4,632

4,699
2

355
147
225
1 327
-373
1 699

15 206
4229
113
1,433
-165
560
230
1 536
524
-3
237

10,648
2

227
20

6,012
4634
43
711
1
48

-203
410
-878
1 422
104
-358

18
43
-186

-469

1,146

1,231

-4,061

614

828
-934
-109
684
-997
-299
-216
-237
243
-3
443

597 -3,003
426
1 576
71
-190
-360
195
-372
-426
3
-239
294
-184
-57
418
1,764
1,077
0
8
-115
63

29
252
0
326
549
46
197
-301
-563
0
-844

1,893
7

1,288 - 1 ,224 -1,904 -3,982
7
-2
-20
20

318
168
150

634 -1,058
654 -1,211
-146
152

15 206 -5,251
2020 -5 832
581
13 186

828
-716
1,544

597 -3,003
-458
830
1,055 -3,833

-513

-9,466

6,559 -7,926

-563

o

-505

o

5,466

4,675

5 372
3,966
5 221
2 769
21
201
707
-139
-25
= 888
-74
582
1,105
-778
414
2 373
2,906
1,630
-13
10
= 479 ~ 1 ,862

1,298
122

247 -2,105 = 2,033
143
-500
= 854
3 413
1 639
811 -2 067 -3 489 2030
-490 -2 117 -2065
3467
864
3 709
-365 -3 625 4 111
46
502 -1 333
7
27
39
10
-26
318
-981
-62
-213
929
579
-91

3
-9

-1 486

5

-5,251
-4 155
-105
- 1 ,458
-727
31
207
-1 227
-879
3
-190

-642 -3 731

o

585
287
72

94
95
-133

709
786
-156

29
5,372
512
7 190
-483 -1,818

3,966
2 521
1,445

-795

o

313
0

96
0

- 163
219

6,453 -6,013

3,544

17,631

14

o

1992
1 Estimated total

39,288

2 Foreign countries
. ..
37 935 10 508
5,015 -10 065
19 625
3 Europe
7 751 -4681
5 374
4
Belgium and Luxembourg . .
559
-91
1,985
296
5
Germany
2 076
805
-242
287
6
Netherlands
. . . -2 959 -1 936 -967
243
102
7
Sweden
180
-804
300
8
Switzerland
-411
142
488
-388
24,184
2,629
9
United Kingdom
6,582 -1 663
10
Other Western Europe . . . . -5,995
2,995
1,601 -2,629
o
11
Eastern Europe
650
10
40
12 Canada . . . .
921 -1 169 -460
562

7 580
3 206
21
441
-220
-123
10
2820
257

13
14
15

-1,361
73

2,783
-124

-262
-1,172
— 3 321
-3 044
125
-367

3 726 -2474
-819
2,348
1 363 -2 406
657
1 085
40
193
-150
416

14,456 -1,861

16
17
18
19
20

Latin America and Caribbean . -3,222 -2,293
-539
Venezuela
539
266
169
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
-1,956
-69
-351
Netherlands Antilles
-1,805 -2,490
-357
Asia
23 517
7 683
-430
Japan
9 817
-387 -1,933
Africa
1 103
207
100
Other
-3 650 -1 384 -698

21 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . .
22 International
23 Latin American regional . . . .
MEMO
24 Foreign countries
25 Official institutions
26 Other foreign2
Oil-exporting countries
27 Middle East*
3

28 Africa

122



..

1,353
1 018
533

757
197
-58

37 935
6 876
31 059

10508
8 693
1 815

4 317
11

623
48

-383
-228
51

599 -1,021
-762
801
74
0

5 015 -10065
-192 -3 136
5,207 -6929
1 679

o

-6947 11 766 -2 285 6 780 -6 222
3 445 -4 673
-7 302 3 840 -2444
331
-49
80
-25
289
329
824
-829
255
900
227 -1046
368
-266
-345
-3
372
-26 -1 289 -843
-572
-111
292
-703
-87
212
16
-5 867 1 664
3681
422 -4752
-1,099
713
-580
o -34
197
5
200
15
47
185
2 627
2 520
900 -4 281

233

o

-322
-196

-979
-747
-4

4 349 17 644
-188
4669
7 267
3 173
232
370
-28
-8 -1 584
898
_40
1 827
= 804
= 344
202
668
213
1 334
769
7,209
4,068
2,833
405
-553 -2,775
0
=1
218
458 -1 087 == QQ

3,585 -2,869 -1,563 -1,479 - 1,915
-149
216
60
155
31

7,270
27

1 791 -589
1,943 -2,496
1 783
4 129
1 638 2 221
149
92
73 -1424

415
2 385
4,858 = 4,945
1 184
4 000
3 383
2 201
0
119
75
73

2,690
2421
127

424
365
-68

-758 -2 537 -3 233
1,027
-865
1,163
4 112
4004
1 416
2 448
1 887
-339
-37
56
59
-242
-170
148
-327
-133
-75

209
-31
201

-4,519
11

= 805
-903
219

-13
-38
-31

202
76
97

7 580 -6 947 11 766 -2 285 6 780 -6 222 4 349
2 949
1 711 -2685
5 420 -766
691 — 4 474
5 869 -4 262 6 346 -1 519 6089 -1 748 1 400

17 644
— 620
18 264

-188
— 715
527

407

505

556 — 3 %i
o
15

947
— 56

856

o

1 093

o

750
4

— 271
0

o

o

59* Foreign transactions in securities, 1991-92
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

Transaction and area or country
1991

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales . . .

211,207
200,116

10,263 21,712 21,769 20,591
11,065 20,619 19,439 17,433

19,222 17,402 16,523
15,883 16,278 15,431

18,112 12,918 17,392
16,318 13,662 16,958

20,589 14,714
19,590 17,440

3 Net purchases or sales (—)

11,091

-801

1,093

2,329

3,158

3,339

1,124

1,092

1,794

-744

434

999 -2,726

4 Foreign countries

10,522

-803

1,037

2,329

3,080

3,284

1,080

1,069

1,658

-854

389

962 -2,709

841
98
0
120
360
115
287
-30
-31
1,220
-2
14
28

1,659
-46
32
31
551
686
105
120
-175
1,243
1,168
-I
130

1,208
83
24
21
289
579
712
250
207
829
670
22
57

609
170
45
61
347
-249
383
281
-461
95
72
9
165

-52
-42
-9
46
43
-186
151
159
272
109
-16
6
424

768
36
21
-210
100
844
477
314
67
-34
-98
5
61

-571
-96
62
37
-49
-504
16
26
-402
209
135
-7
-125

-441
-24
12
6
-89
-199
390
369
-10
269
160
20
-208

-232 -1,888
-50 = 126
22
45
-42
-52
-507
-10
259 -1,639
694
131
-198 -282
39
-36
735 -666
158 -429
14
7
-90
25

78

55

44

23

136

110

45

37

-17

14,814 10,353 14,337 12,322 10,434 14,994 14,496 12,861
10,659 9 0 6 11,768 8,878 7,829 10,832 12,312 10,748
,9

16,028
13,076

15,154
12,347

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean ,
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries

18 Nontnonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

53
9
-63
-227
-131
-352
3,845
2,177
-134
4,255
1,179
153
174

-602 -1,247
-24
29
-114 -204
-142 -104
-223 -942
-82
24
473
27
229
939
675
-279
-197
444
-271 -368
31
33
-13 -279

568

56

BONDS2

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales . . .

153,096
125,637

8,853
8,734

8,451
9,357

21 Net purchases or sales (—)

27,459

119

-907

22 Foreign countries

27,590

- 62

23 Europe
24 France
25 Germany
Netherlands
26
Switzerland
27
28 United Kingdom
29 Canada
30 Latin America and Caribbean
31 Middle East1
32 Other Asia
33 Japan
34 Africa
35 Other countries

13,112
847
1,577
482
656
8,931
1,623
2,672
1,787
8,459
5,767
52

36 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

2,184

2,113

2,952

287
,0

4,259

2,223

2,176

2,851

2,764

1,708
-27
106
47
114
1,394
-39
257
279
2,102
1,820
5
-53

-105
93
156
-18
-52
379
-156
132
350
2,027
1,149
-2
-23

1,698
-28
213
44
-60

' 86
-359
174
530
237
12
35

1,268
109
274
91
-452
-JOG
52
109
313
1,148
874
13
-52

1,147
75
113
13
162
TO
113
621
261
539
149
11
72

-IT

-91

-3

-63

-3,212
10,276
13,488
-756
22,542
23,298

-3,553
9,685
13,238
-2,463
22,414
24,877

4,154

1,257

2,569

3,444

2,605

4,162

- 829

4,086

1,357

2,627

3,505

2,632

-291 -1,167
31
68
-55
79
1
47
360 -217
-no -984
106
70
-20
435
-2
68
131 -209
308 -214
-15
10
-2
-5

3,257
390
238
20
312
1,615
385
350
-13
93
170
4
10

1,228
33
173
84
-56
818
247
200
-27
-300
-240
7
3

1,531
86
400
23
207
810
374
-120
29
826
544
10
-23

1,933
2
-120
130
327
1,625
68
545
160
897
685
I
-97

905
15
I
-1
10
645
316
522
196
675
285
-2
20

-5*

-62

-131

43

Foreign securities
37 Stocks, net purchases or sales (—)3 . .
38 Foreign purchases
39 Foreign sales3
40 Bonds, net purchases or sales (—) . ..
41 Foreign purchases
42 Foreign sales

-31,967 -405 -3,256
120,598 6,302 10,638
152,565 6,706 13,894
-14,828 -106 -1,990
330,311 27,307 37,193
345,139 27,413 39,183

43 Net purchases or sales (—), of stocks
and bonds

-46,795

-510 -5,246 -4,481 -2,873 -3,871 -5,658 -3,968 -6,016 -3,045 -7,068 -1,077 -2,982

44 Foreign countries

-46,711

-471 -5,290 -3,076 -2,997 -3,341 -5,954 -4,482 -6,121 -3,225 -6,732 -1,670 -3,352

45
46
47
48
49
50

-34,452
-7,004
759
-7,350
-9
1,345

242 -3,182 -521
283 -422 -3,462 -5,080 -4,797 -2,579 -5,737 -4,882 -4,314
681
450
-417
-799
2 -2,294 -962 -1,074
330 -1,273 -136 -1,513
454
349
284
-27
555
991 -463
78
15 -1,688
120
90
101 -321 -1,204
316
-779 -1,841 -2,507 -1,006 -172 -1,190
-242 1,495
11
-41
21
2
9
2
1
159
29
4 -198
o
-5 -101
218 -130
-3
38
188
238
204
86
500
112

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean .
Asia
Africa
Other countries

51 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .




-84

-39

-3,499
11,166
14,666
-982
4,4
027
41,229

44 -1,405

-2,564
8,051
10,615
-310
20,914
21,224

124

-3,368
872
,0
12,070
-502
22,132
22,635

-529

-3,626
10,094
13,721
-2,032
19,917
21,948

295

514

105

-2,198
10,015
12,213
-847
24,522
25,369

180

-2,407
11,424
13,831
-4,661
34,890
39,551

-336

-2,033
13,217
15,250
956
31,103
30,147

593

-1,846
11,027
12,873
-1,136
27,130
28,266

370

123

59. Foreign transactions in securities, 1991-92—Continued
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

Transaction and area or country

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

13,168
14,823

13,868
17,016

18,794
18,145

17,708
16,426

22,725
20,382

1992
U.S. corporate securities

STOCKS
18,694
18,623

16,549
17,556

18,529
18,748

23,348 21,464
25,950 21,242

18,900
19,455

17,560
18,062

-5,121 -2,602

222

-555

-502

71 -1,007

-219 -1,655 -3,148

649

1,282

2,343

-5,154 -2,483

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

223

-577

-535

36 -1,165

-236 -1,610 -3,057

652

1,279

2,319

285
-122
149
77
128
-10
232
43
85
-557
-401
20
= 72

-1,181
-153
-4
-213
-6
-692
76
-109
51
141
35
-1
-142

-961 - 1 ,077 - 1 ,682
-5
= 35 -232
-14
= 25 -112
-53 = 107
-8
-53 -148 -190
-733
= 653 = 873
130
= 59 -277
= 24
-25
-90
4
= 14
136
370 -442 -1,064
-97
172 -301
^!
14
-7
7
= 94
253

80
-91
-52
= 23
-123
363
-228
230
-57
767
184
-21
-119

368
-54
46
--• 5
-39
361
42
647
219
374
220
= 18
85

1,505
154
162
190
221
705
176
422
70
122
215
-1
31

221,307
226,428

3 Net purchases or sales ( —) .

...

4 Foreign countries

-4,912 -1,320
-28
-1,350
-65 -160
-262
49
168 -288
-3,301 -884
257
1,407
1,026
2,203
-271
-88
-3,943 = 2,211
-3,598 -2,194
13
10
23
169

-115
-228
30
-113
307
-314
234
359
101
-399
= 617
15
28

-78
-28
-36
-16
269
-237
410
-321
121
-886
-496
4
173

-736
-220
-49
-40
90
-334
414
45
-95
-158
-318
-1
-4

33

-119

-1

22

33

35

158

17

-45

-91

-3

3

24

215,041
175,560

16,489
14,355

18,449
15,171

17,432
14,490

16,738
11,671

17,544
13,227

16,703
12,410

18,207
16,344

19,700
16,560

17,123
14,384

19,309
15,239

18,083
16,318

19,264
15,391

2 1 Net purchases or sales (—)

39,481

2,134

3,278

2,942

5,067

4,317

4,293

1,863

3,140

2,739

4,070

1,765

3,873

22 Foreign countries

38,365

2,101

3,272

2,853

4,872

4,388

4,214

1,984

3,125

2,604

4,024

1,600

3,328

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries

17,836
1,203
2,486
540
-579
12,836
237
9,300
3,166
7,545
-450
354
-73

1,385
-2
594
-113
-67
900
-153
472
9
297
257
28
63

2,199
58
277
12
253
1,609
97
1,173
-27
-193
-355
15
8

1,094
-34
116
-15
63
743
-72
1,443
349
75
-316
28
-64

2,013
361
391
-122
-391
1,548
87
573
338
1,778
687
19
64

1,920
= 45
67
123
-40
1,494
= 68
1,022
455
1,088
324
6
-35

1,418
364
11
64
-52
847
-111
630
376
1,904
740
-6
3

1,504
895
145
-5
-37
-12
187
22
-18
-93
111
1,445
67 = 100
641
865
284
239
593
231
-710 -1,229
1
22
-111
= 22

1,813
155
387
58
= 55
1,318
48
584
-5
171
= 590
=7
0

1,971
—4
-52
132
-23
1,566
199
842
273
790
467
-50
-1

= 494
=7
= 113
144
= 261
-313
281
542
515
692
266
=4
68

2,118
217
857
48
105
962
-38
513
360
119
9
302
-46

36 NonmoiH'tarv international and
regional organizations

1,116

33

6

89

195

-71

79

135

46

165

545

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Europe
France .
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
.....
Africa
Other countries

18 No n monetary international and
regional organizations .

....

...

BONDS2

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales

....

-121

15

Foreign securities
37 Stocks, net purchases or sales ( —)3 . . . .
38 Foreign purchases
39 Foreign sales3
40 Bonds, net purchases or sales (—)
41 Foreign purchases
42 Foreign sales
....

-32,268
150,022
182,290
-18,277
486,238
504,515

43
-2,582 -2,294 -2,784 -2,299 -920
12,532 10,657 13,049 11,374 13,917 14,642
15,114 12,951 15,833 13,673 14,837 14,599
202 -287 -1,321 -2,745 -1,673
-1,351
36,491 34,046 33,624 30,559 33,534 40,375
37,842 33,844 33,911 31,880 36,279 42,048

= 3,246 = 2,950 -2,892 = 4,264 -3,704 -4,376
13,500 9,782 13,636 12,478 1 1 ,673 12,782
16,746 12,732 16,528 16,742 15,377 17,158
715 = 2,866
208 -1,235 -2,224
-4,270
43,462 46,029 46,464 49,756 52,281 39,617
47,732 45,821 47,699 51,980 52,996 42,483

43 Net purchases or sales (—), of stocks
and bonds

-50,545 -3,933 -2,092 -3,071 -3,620 -3,665 -1,630 -7,516 -2,742 -4,127 -6,488 -4,419 -7,242

44 Foreign countries

-53,881 -4,184 -2,257 -3,405 -4,775 -3,691 -2,014 -8,375 -2,829 -4,148 -6,515 -4,492 -7,196

45
46
47
48
49
50

-37,557 -4,474 = 1,923 -521 -2,994 -147 -1,509 -5,321 -1,319 -3,034 = 6,850 -4,958 = 4,507
1,172 -513 -895 -711
-854 -2,210
575 -1,167
207 -202 = 1,015
-6,635 -1,022
1,074 - 1 ,672
511
244 -476
311
1,625 -413
-2,298 -825
-839 -=1,278 -560
681
122 -1,235
374 = 2,461 -1,376 = 1 ,667
1,529 = 1 ,678
-6,629 2,201 -1,523 -1,596
II
11
-2
-14
42
-5
-99
14
-2
45
1
9
7
-22
528
-59 -272 -300 -178 = 221
61
458 -403
-760
-8 -344

Europe . .
Canada .
...
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia . . .
Africa . .
Other countries

51 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

124



3,336

251

165

334

1,155

26

384

859

87

21

27

73

-46

60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States, 1990-921
Millions of dollars, end of period
Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

40,231

45,614

46,043

43,025

34,598
4,709

35,351
4,879

40,034
5,580

40,786
5,257

17 798
14,169
3,629

19 425
15,663
3,762

20,347
16,059
4,288

21 509
7910

20 806
7 256

25 267
10,960

13 599

13 550

14,306

14,294

20429
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies . . . 1,079

19 688
1,117

23,974
1,292

23,807
1,170

1 1 , 143
318
268
431
897
526
8,372

11 847
332
165
547
928
552
8,877

11,299
350
463
606
942
628
7,679

10,978
394
975
621
1,081
545
6,357

352

306

309

Mar.

June

1 Total

39,306

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies . . . .
By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies . . .

Type of liability

Sept.

Dec.

44,109

45,184

43,144

38,7^5
5,458

37,616
6,493

36,792
8,392

35 739
7,405

21 872
17,760
4,112

22 185
17,957
4,228

21 756
16,714
5,042

23 281
16,546
6,735

22 047
15,700
6,347

21 566
8,313

21 581
8 662

22 008
9 125

22 353
9,715

21 903
9,586

21 097
9 046

13 644

13 253

12 919

12 883

12 638

12 317

12 051

21 056
1,157

20 535
1,031

20 301
1,280

20 778
1,230

20 902
1,451

20 246
1,657

20039
1,058

10472
355
937
658
1 026
513
5,997

12,311
397
2,164
682
1,050
497
6,589

11 805
217
2 106
682
1 056
408
6,329

12,349
174
1 ,997
666
1 025
355
7,238

12,728
194
2,324
634
979
490
7,244

13,767
256
2,785
738
980
627
7,580

12 530
434
1 608
740
606
569
7,910

278

293

305

267

283

337

320

491

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

41,737

43,218

43,453

44,193

38,393
4,631

37,221
4,516

38,482
4,736

38,061
5,392

21,066
16,979
4,087

19,844
16,449
3,395

19 524
16,165
3,360

21 652
17,947
3,705

24,977
10,683

23 181
8,793

22 212
8 569

14,388
21,945
1,236

10,365
335
978
561
1,036
546
5,875

229

1990

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9 Advance receipts and other
liabilities .
10
11

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

By area or country
Financial liabilities
Europe
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

1992

1991

19

Canada

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Latin America and Caribbean . .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

2,022
354
2
0
I 186
5
0

2,774
312
0
0
1 920
4
0

3,560
395
0
0
2,548
4
0

4,153
371
0
0
3,160
5
4

4,255
392
0
0
3,293
6
4

3,808
375
12
0
2 816
6
4

3,883
314
0
6
2961
6
4

4,404
537
114
6
3 144
7
4

4,092
396
114
8
2960
7
4

3,373
343
114
10
2,232
8
4

3,462
220
115
18
2 408
12
5

3,515
349
114
19
2 342
12
6

27
28
29

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting
countries2

4 174
3 136

4440
3238

4697
3,562

5,295
4,065

4 942
3, $63

4 941
3765

5 149
4,000

5 338
4 101

5 366
4 107

5 229
4,136

5 642
4,609

5 477
4451

30
31

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

32

All other4

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany . .
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

3

5

4

5

1

4

19

13

13

10

17

19

3
0

3
1

2
0

2
0

2
0

9
7

3
2

6
4

7
6

o

0

5
0

6
0

103

55

479

409

2

2

1

52

88

89

85

28

9 330
232
888
1,176
687
651
2,938

8 652
291
1 049
990
606
665
2,450

10039
245
1 270
1,051
699
746
2,839

10310
275
1,218
1,270
844
775
2,792

9666
261
1 203
1,383
729
661
2,755

8 607
245
1 185
1,040
729
580
2,289

8084
225
992
911
751
492
2,217

& 126
248
957
944
709
575
2,310

1 666
256
678
880
574
543
2,445

1 309
240
659
702
605
461
2,404

6 $19
173
688
744
601
430
2,262

6104
287
663
621
556
398
2,250

40

Canada

1,151

1 179

1 263

1 261

1 251

1 208

1 Oil

990

1 095

1 ,077

1 085

892

41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Latin America and Caribbean . .
Bahamas . .
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1,377
37
516
121
18
296
99

1,321
22
412
109
29
315
129

1,690
18
371
129
42
592
165

1,672
12
538
145
30
475
130

1,589
14
494
216
35
343
129

1,619
5
504
180
49
358
119

1,512
14
450
211
46
291
102

\,351
3
310
219
107
304
94

1,10V
13
493
230
108
375
168

\,%03
8
409
212
73
475
279

\,496
3
338
115
85
322
125

\,5S6
6
293
203
57
444
130

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle Eastern 5oil-exporting
countries2'

7,325
2,760

7 365
3,197

9533
3,356

9483
3,651

8 595
3,423

8,752
3,411

8 855
3,363

9 330
3,720

9 890
3,549

10,439
3,537

11 006
3,909

10 787
3,994

1,597

1 285

2728

2016

1 543

1,657

1 780

1 498

1 591

1,778

1 813

1 792

51
52

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

810
304

900
287

1,334
610

844
422

617
211

596
226

836
357

713
327

644
253

775
389

675
335

556
295

53

Other4

1,517

1,390

1,408

1,406

1,464

1,431

1,268

1,070

1,012

950

762

572




125

61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking enterprises in the United States, 1990-92*
Millions of dollars, end of period
Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

37,101

38,315

42,233

40,899

33,258
2,299

35,014
2,087

35,952
2,363

39,688
2,545

19,874
13,577
12,552
1,025
6,297
5,280
1,017

19,725
13,037
12,052
984
6,688
5,939
749

20,881
12,544
11,758
786
8,337
7,632
704

22,536
16,188
15,182
1,006
6,348
5,611
737

14,522
12,744

15,475
13,657

15,832
13,843

16,220
14,120

1,708

1,778

1,817

1,989

12,765
589

13,169
518

13,966
556

14,927
548

8,279
22
182
450
253
172
6,979

10,869
126
126
141
274
194
9,782

9,013
27
145
142
264
228
7,980

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

33,231

32,387

35,348

35,557

29,303
2,238

30,817
2,414

29,902
2,485

32,760
2,589

18,187
12,515
11,557
959
5,672
4,981
690

19,544
11,721
10,558
1,163
7,823
7,090
733

17,865
11,916
10,640
1,276
5,949
5,296
652

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other
claims . . .

13,355
11,748

13,687
11,978

1,606

14
15

Payable in dollars
..
Payable in foreign currencies . . .

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium and Luxembourg . . ,
France
Germany . . .
Netherlands
Switzerland .
....
United Kingdom

Mar.

June

1 Total

31,542

2 Payable in dollars
....
3 Payable in foreign currencies . . . .
By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits
....
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies ,
8 Other financial claims
9
Payable in dollars
10
Payable in foreign currencies .

Sept.

Dec.

41,037

38,345

38,039

38,281
2,618

38,071
2,966

35,460
2,885

35,562
2,477

25,264
17,290
16,415
875
7,974
7,094
880

24,289
16,262
15,076
1,186
8,027
7,305
722

24,037
15,056
13,717
1,339
8,981
8,277
704

21,311
12,436
11,353
1,083
8,875
7,868
1,007

21,041
12,615
11,826
789
8,426
7,688
738

15,779
13,429

16,969
14,244

16,610
14,044

17,000
14,538

17,034
14,330

16,998
14,711

2,100

2,350

2,725

2,566

2,462

2,704

2,287

15,266
566

15,623
597

15,159
620

16,179
790

15,900
710

16,077
923

16,239
795

16,048
950

9,645
76
371
367
265
357
7,971

10,638
86
208
312
380
422
9,016

11,873
74
271
298
429
433
10,222

13,129
76
255
434
420
580
10,997

13,724
13
314
335
385
591
11,445

14,243
12
279
285
727
682
11,669

13,225
25
788
377
732
780
8,789

11,433
16
811
319
767
602
7,915

9,514
8
776
399
537
507
6,130

1991

1990

1992

23

Canada

1,775

2,053

2,006

2,934

1,929

2,015

2,163

2,716

2,753

2,533

2,245

1,721

24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Latin America and Caribbean . .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico .
Venezuela

7,521
2,200
4
79
4,824
152
21

5,998
1,499
3
84
4,003
164
20

6,107
1,443
4
70
4,191
158
23

6,201
1,090
3
68
4,635
177
25

6,278
825
6
68
4,949
179
28

5,926
457
4
127
4,957
161
29

6,289
652
19
137
5,106
176
32

7,689
758
8
144
6,304
212
40

6,200
493
12
143
5,124
212
34

6,849
523
12
134
5,759
244
32

6,452
1,099
65
396
4,449
239
26

8,326
618
40
496
6,530
286
29

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting
countries2

526
191

534
185

531
207

860
523

568
246

742
398

614
277

675
385

642
380

975
728

727
481

846
683

7

6

9

8

11

4

3

5

3

4

4

3

34
35

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

67
11

62
8

49
7

37
0

62
3

64
1

61
1

57
1

60
0

57
0

71
1

79
9

36

All other4 . . .

18

28

158

195

250

261

280

403

391

398

383

555

6,048
220
966
699
453
270
1,688

6,081
209
926
672
480
234
1,583

6,497
188
1,206
642
491
300
1,673

7,044
212
1,240
807
555
301
1,775

7,060
227
1,273
874
604
325
1,639

7,464
220
1,402
958
707
2%
1,817

6,884
190
1,330
858
641
258
1,807

7,935
192
1,542
940
643
295
2,084

7,842
181
1,560
933
646
323
2,082

8,087
255
1,561
905
666
394
2,169

7,742
172
1,739
870
588
294
1,973

7,442
184
1,392
880
541
260
1,799

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
...

44

Canada

1,154

1,153

1,152

1,074

1,213

1,241

1,232

1,109

1,115

1,058

1,105

1,192

45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Latin America and Caribbean . .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil . . . .
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela .

2,062
22
243
230
38
522
190

2,214
17
284
234
47
578
224

2,408
25
340
252
35
652
224

2,375
14
246
326
40
661
192

2,334
15
231
327
49
653
181

2,433
16
247
309
43
710
195

2,494
8
255
385
37
741
196

2,562
11
263
418
41
801
202

2,544
11
272
364
45
865
206

2,653
9
291
438
32
829
251

3,113
7
245
395
43
942
302

2,827
18
237
336
39
837
317

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries2

3,293
1,075

3,484
1,099

3,659
1,223

4,127
1,460

4,357
1,816

4,201
1,645

4,282
1,808

4,558
1,878

4,343
1,782

4,456
1,786

4,300
1,793

4,649
1,850

434

418

408

460

498

501

496

621

635

609

511

677

55
56

Africa
.. .
Oil-exporting countries3

423
89

388
97

372
72

488
67

394
68

428
63

431
80

418
95

418
75

422
73

430
60

540
78

57

Other4

373

367

434

367

474

454

456

387

348

324

344

348

126



62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks, 1992]
Millions of dollars, end of period
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
ASSETS
550,756

562,492

549,202

565,012

564,458

537,513

544,654

544,908

553,977

566,721

542,545

180,301
142,476
11,675
26,150
297,573
103,276
82,295
18,269
93,733
70,255

178,239
142,181
10,837
25,221
302,082
107,836
83,889
18,468
91,889
70,435

193,515
157,129
11,642
24,744
300,086
111,950
79,450
18,366
90,320
68,891

178,073
143,790
10,023
24,260
303,154
111,140
83,744
18,777
89,493
67,975

182,631
145,974
11,660
24,997
314,814
115,407
86,100
19,230
94,077
67,567

183,999
147,626
10,418
25,955
312,204
115,398
84,585
20,195
92,026
68,255

171,977
136,287
9,576
26,114
311,746
112,177
85,142
19,670
94,757
53,790

163,103
128,267
9,181
25,655
321,706
116,604
87,347
20,450
97,305
59,845

167,419
134,119
8,083
25,217
320,111
118,952
83,756
20,511
96,892
57,378

174,986
138,940
10,683
25,363
319,139
115,521
86,560
20,809
96,249
59,852

177,443
141,542
10,019
25,882
328,592
125,143
86,086
20,378
96,985
60,686

166,798
132,275
9,703
24,820
318,071
123,256
82,190
20,756
91,869
57,676

12 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 359,908

365,393

381,389

363,799

370,559

369,881

349,330

341,062

347,036

364,000

374,420

365,824

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

172,590
138,916
10,006
23,668
163,800
74,945
42,630
13,178
33,047
29,003

187,825
153,859
10,986
22,980
164,069
77,893
39,865
13,251
33,060
29,495

173,418
141,264
9,285
22,869
163,203
75,177
41,486
13,026
33,514
27,178

177,388
142,874
11,032
23,482
167,296
76,949
42,132
13,027
35,188
25,875

177,704
144,287
10,016
23,401
168,797
76,700
43,357
13,754
34,986
23,380

166,573
133,120
9,135
24,318
163,008
72,250
41,718
13,343
35,697
19,749

157,468
124,737
8,875
23,856
161,694
70,689
40,428
13,686
36,891
21,900

161,463
130,446
7,476
23,541
166,696
72,348
42,276
13,990
38,082
18,877

169,290
136,156
9,360
23,774
173,427
76,098
45,436
13,966
37,927
21,283

171,938
138,424
9,291
24,223
182,360
83,902
45,931
13,995
38,532
20,122

162,125
129,329
9,266
23,530
183,527
83,117
47,250
14,313
38,847
20,172

1 Total payable in any currency . . 548,129
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
1 1 Other assets

174,076
138,885
10,924
24,267
157,507
70,514
40,087
13,244
33,662
28,325

United Kingdom
23 Total payable in any currency . . 174,467

172,479

169,139

169,797

174,796

170,736

159,064

165,522

161,486

167,786

168,333

165,850

36,620
24 Claims on United States
25
Parent bank
32,765
1,392
26
Other banks in United States . .
27
Nonbanks
2,463
28 Claims on foreigners
108,046
29
Other branches of parent bank . 33,357
30
Banks
36,537
3,377
31
Public borrowers
34,775
32 Nonbank foreigners
33 Other assets
29,801

34,655
31,302
1,211
2,142
107,645
33,924
37,349
3,144
33,228
30,179

37,015
34,048
1,158
1,809
101,491
33,463
33,499
3,060
31,469
30,633

35,451
32,379
1,228
1,844
104,467
34,061
36,126
3,108
31,172
29,879

37,369
34,433
970
1,966
107,795
35,331
37,548
3,165
31,751
29,632

38,096
35,343
756
1,997
104,270
36,952
34,783
2,995
29,540
28,370

38,763
35,542
1,065
2,156
105,990
35,359
36,777
3,128
30,726
14,311

37,511
34,593
744
2,174
108,895
37,732
37,711
3,046
30,406
19,116

35,891
32,929
1,067
1,895
107,675
38,894
36,039
3,371
29,371
17,920

39,558
36,413
1,400
1,745
109,919
40,594
36,701
3,692
28,932
18,309

38,358
35,027
925
2,406
113,193
45,092
34,559
3,370
30,172
16,782

36,403
33,460
1,298
1,645
111,623
46,165
33,399
3,329
28,730
17,824

34 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 103,833

102,341

102,283

101,016

104,339

102,777

98,779

99,612

100,568

107,290

109,479

109,493

31,788
29,724
678
1,386
55,985
26,747
15,438
2,657
11,143
14,568

34,464
32,645
725
1,094
52,306
25,933
13,154
2,623
10,596
15,513

33,298
31,022
853
1,423
54,129
25,922
14,829
2,545
10,833
13,589

35,185
33,059
677
1,449
56,615
27,482
15,348
2,463
11,322
12,539

35,376
33,751
627
998
56,888
28,541
15,380
2,474
10,493
10,513

36,133
33,936
785
1,412
56,264
26,751
15,930
2,653
10,930
6,382

34,948
32,786
625
1,537
55,812
26,825
15,565
2,353
11,069
8,852

33,618
31,578
711
1,329
59,338
28,225
16,800
2,604
11,709
7,612

35,956
37,359
33,765
35,299
438
769
1,753
1,291
65,164
61,658
30,217 ' 34,434
16,848
17,269
2,501
2,515
11,381
11,657
8,359
8,273

34,508
32,186
1,022
1,300
66,335
34,124
17,089
2,349
12,773
8,650

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

33,801
31,239
901
1,661
55,281
26,827
14,106
2,707
11,641
14,751

Bahamas and Cayman Islands
45 Total payable in any currency . . 168,073

169,370

176,173

163,193

167,464

169,246

153,928

144,327

145,786

154,293

156,176

147,422

116,737
46 Claims on United States
47
Parent bank
84,705
48
Other banks in United States . .
9,626
22,406
49
Nonbanks
50 Claims on foreigners
43,039
51
Other branches of parent bank .
10,549
52 Banks
18,998
53
Public borrowers
6,646
6,846
54
Nonbank foreigners
55 Other assets
8,297

115,613
84,661
8,969
21,983
44,215
11,528
19,311
6,592
6,784
9,542

122,843
91,549
9,839
21,455
44,481
11,278
19,665
6,637
6,901
8,849

112,161
82,823
8,145
21,193
42,167
10,156
18,477
6,366
7,168
8,865

115,710
84,041
9,749
21,920
43,073
9,311
19,729
6,495
7,538
8,681

114,533
83,316
9,118
22,099
45,814
9,392
21,599
7,117
7,706
8,899

102,916
72,107
8,045
22,764
42,054
8,678
18,838
6,753
7,785
8,958

94,659
64,454
8,060
22,145
41,486
8,596
17,570
7,152
8,168
8,182

96,911
68,309
6,562
22,040
41,884
7,753
18,412
7,128
8,591
6,991

102,726
72,207
8,199
22,320
42,844
7,287
19,840
7,146
8,571
8,723

104,245
73,856
8,282
22,107
44,156
8,238
20,122
7,209
8,587
7,775

96,280
66,608
7,828
21,844
44,509
7,293
21,212
7,786
8,218
6,633

56 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 163,499

164,941

171,596

158,516

162,388

163,593

148,139

138,584

140,104

149,304

151,436

142,861




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62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
LIABILITIES
57 Total payable in any currency . . 548,129

550,756

562,492

549,202

565,012 564,458 537,513 544,654

544,908

553,977

566,721 542,545

58 Negotiable certificates of deposit
16,156
(CDs)
59 To United States
189,606
127,787
60 Parent bank
61 Other banks in United States . . 13,683
48,136
62 Nonbanks

15,988
191,383
124,025
12,674
54,684

14,498
210,736
142,833
14,137
53,766

12,757
197,063
138,599
15,075
43,389

14,010
199,327
136,430
13,944
48,953

13,040
205,318
143,656
14,009
47,653

12,758
192,431
133,324
11,833
47,274

14,246
179,588
127,088
10,971
41,529

12,389
185,492
127,685
12,408
45,399

12,056
189,090
133,110
12,281
43,699

12,342
188,116
131,918
13,392
42,806

10,032
189,444
134,339
12,182
42,923

295,875
63 To foreigners
64 Other branches of parent bank . 105,744
72,542
65 Banks
16,704
66 Official institutions
100,885
67 Nonbank foreigners
46,492
68 Other liabilities

299,058
108,614
71,481
16,972
101,991
44,327

292,536
113,178
63,068
15,697
100,593
44,722

296,586
111,846
65,179
16,083
103,478
42,796

308,401
115,098
68,530
19,465
105,308
43,274

302,382
116,760
65,985
16,399
103,238
43,718

301,948
114,226
65,422
18,058
104,242
30,376

314,823
120,509
68,522
18,238
107,554
35,997

312,390
120,714
68,493
16,720
106,463
34,637

315,401
118,001
70,439
20,572
106,389
37,430

330,315
126,018
74,536
20,645
109,116
35,948

309,704
125,160
62,189
19,731
102,624
33,365

69 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 360,741 363,975 380,659

364,971 373,949 374,633 354,497

346,594 346,946

365,399

372,819

368,773

70 Negotiable CDs
11,442
177,158
71 To United States
121,353
72 Parent bank
73 Other banks in United States . . 12,191
43,614
74 Nonbanks

11,515
179,676
117,522
11,532
50,622

10,278
198,728
136,043
13,036
49,649

8,470
185,961
132,170
14,217
39,574

9,643
187,868
130,242
12,840
44,786

8,475
193,181
136,455
13,251
43,475

8,531
179,739
125,920
10,816
43,003

8,755
166,720
119,632
9,866
37,222

7,628
171,198
119,826
11,117
40,255

6,710
176,124
125,602
11,409
39,113

7,503
175,969
124,770
12,246
38,953

6,238
178,674
127,948
11,512
39,214

75 To foreigners
156,347
76 Other branches of parent bank . 70,831
77 Banks
25,789
10,555
78 Official institutions
49,172
79 Nonbank foreigners
15,794
80 Other liabilities

156,751
74,457
23,674
10,652
47,968
16,033

156,224
77,483
21,922
9,625
47,194
15,429

157,143
75,772
22,577
10,413
48,381
13,397

162,016
76,973
24,090
13,102
47,851
14,422

158,535
77,604
23,474
10,119
47,338
14,442

155,355
73,699
22,956
11,543
47,157
10,872

157,901
74,060
22,973
10,714
50,154
13,218

155,740
73,208
22,822
9,939
49,771
12,380

166,443
77,197
25,210
12,097
51,939
16,122

175,791
82,957
28,404
12,342
52,088
13,556

172,189
83,700
26,118
12,430
49,941
11,672

81 Total payable in any currency . . 174,467

172,479

169,139

169,797

174,7%

170,736

159,064

165,522

161,486

167,786

168,333

165,850

10,993
31,018
23,112
2,325
5,581

10,581
30,631
23,464
1,891
5,276

9,677
35,364
27,937
1,201
6,226

7,324
36,610
29,317
2,011
5,282

8,458
33,236
25,637
1,638
5,961

7,612
36,660
28,201
1,326
7,133

7,731
37,164
29,104
1,315
6,745

8,083
35,527
27,695
1,632
6,200

7,266
35,885
27,528
1,670
6,687

6,064
35,399
27,427
1,341
6,631

5,636
34,532
26,471
1,689
6,372

4,517
39,174
31,100
1,065
7,009

87 To foreigners
104,868
88 Other branches of parent bank . 27,561
89 Banks
31,929
10,432
90 Official institutions
34,946
91 Nonbank foreigners
92 Other liabilities
27,588

104,432
27,864
30,686
10,685
35,197
26,835

96,566
27,937
25,881
9,277
33,471
27,532

99,804
28,239
27,046
9,539
34,980
26,059

106,603
30,429
27,549
12,732
35,893
26,499

100,340
31,464
25,315
10,167
33,394
26,124

100,738
30,205
25,155
11,091
34,287
13,431

104,892
31,234
26,435
10,699
36,524
17,020

101,999
30,756
25,823
9,131
36,289
16,336

109,358
33,696
28,792
11,687
35,183
16,965

113,395
35,560
30,609
11,438
35,788
14,770

107,176
35,983
25,231
12,090
33,872
14,983

93 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 103,232

United Kingdom

82 Negotiable CDs
83 To United States
84 Parent bank
85 Other banks in United States . .
86 Nonbanks

100,882

101,602

99,530

102,730

101,748

97,161

98,649

95,556

104,469

105,699

108,214

94 Negotiable CDs
95 To United States
96 Parent bank
97 Other banks in United States . .
9 8 Nonbanks
.
. . .

9,236
26,419
21,663
1,954
2,802

9,061
26,261
21,788
1,639
2,834

8,562
30,993
26,272
1,032
3,689

6,136
32,510
27,904
1,796
2,810

6,967
28,936
24,435
1,184
3,317

5,750
32,300
26,720
1,084
4,496

6,139
32,178
27,351
857
3,970

5,890
30,357
25,873
1,088
3,396

5,689
30,330
25,700
992
3,638

4,213
31,266
26,021
866
4,379

4,494
30,204
25,160
906
4,138

3,894
35,417
29,957
709
4,751

99 To foreigners
100 Other branches of parent bank .
101 Banks
102 Official institutions
103 Nonbank foreigners
104 Other liabilities

57,522
18,498
13,061
7,580
18,383
10,055

55,216
18,863
11,188
7,698
17,467
10,344

52,059
18,792
9,861
6,628
16,778
9,988

52,625
18,136
9,435
6,998
18,056
8,259

57,489
19,497
10,799
9,915
17,278
9,338

54,262
20,918
9,848
7,049
16,447
9,436

52,894
18,634
9,399
7,808
17,053
5,950

54,381
18,983
9,289
6,956
19,153
8,021

51,916
17,986
9,112
6,156
18,662
7,621

59,938
22,080
10,956
8,142
18,760
9,052

62,899
22,896
13,050
8,459
18,494
8,102

62,048
22,026
12,540
8,847
18,635
6,855

Bahamas and Cayman Islands
105 Total payable in any currency . . 168,073 169,370

176,173 163,193 167,464

169,246

153,928

144,327

145,786

154,293

156,176

147,422

1,382
106 Negotiable CDs
107 To United States
130,808
108 Parent bank
79,840
109 Other banks in United States . . 10,045
110 Nonbanks
40,923

1,709
131,507
73,994
9,733
47,780

932
139,575
82,332
11,696
45,547

1,546
125,033
76,412
12,060
36,561

1,646
129,321
77,014
11,085
41,222

1,894
131,204
81,180
11,708
38,316

1,330
115,933
67,629
9,641
38,663

1,814
106,161
64,302
8,522
33,337

872
109,408
63,169
9,801
36,438

1,394
114,439
69,649
10,303
34,487

1,939
116,699
71,381
10,944
34,374

1,350
111,861
67,347
10,445
34,069

34,120
16,590
5,503
450
11,577
1,763

34,437
17,050
5,059
490
11,838
1,717

34,015
17,100
5,147
536
11,232
1,651

34,905
16,933
6,011
736
11,225
1,709

35,028
16,842
6,348
731
11,107
1,469

34,643
16,799
6,077
770
10,997
1,505

35,141
17,668
6,393
862
10,218
1,524

34,883
17,315
6,244
935
10,389
1,469

34,060
16,071
6,788
984
10,217
1,446

34,896
15,441
6,988
1,058
11,409
3,564

35,411
16,287
7,574
932
10,618
2,127

32,556
15,169
6,422
805
10,160
1,655

117 Total payable in U.S. dollars . . 163,056

164,634

171,530

158,567

162,603 164,231 148,979

139,100

140,298

149,320

151,527

143,150

1 1 1 To foreigners
112 Other branches of parent bank .
113 Banks
1 14 Official institutions
115 Nonbank foreigners
1 16 Other liabilities .

128



63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921
Millions of dollars except as noted
March 31
2

All states

New York

California

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

683,798

286,843

508,532

224,565

84,592

35,870

53,382

18,199

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 (LJ 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

584,857
147,729
2,436
27
82,568

201,534
122,890
0
n.a.
61,833

426,493
124,345
2,311
21
69,379

165,439
101,224
0
n.a.
49,934

76,906
8,848
27
2
5,423

16,637
8,240
0
n.a.
4,867

53,018
12,864
67
1
6,917

15,492
12,545
0
n.a.
6,679

76,119

58,584

64,010

47,034

4,978

4,737

6,481

6,473

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)
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* 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 Loans to 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

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

6,450

3,248

5,369

2,900

445

130

436

207

62,131
1,769

61,057
1,626

52,203
1,518

51,290
1,375

3,378
56

3,373
56

5,867
190

5,866
190

60,362
567

59,432
n.a.

50,684
431

49,914
n.a.

3,322
18

3,317
n.a.

5,677
13

5,676
n.a.

365,519

68,108

243,967

55,609

60,366

7,139

35,720

2,465

64,308
18,302

14,659
n.a.

58,814
18,086

13,551
n.a.

3,419
70

656
n.a.

1,633
111

400
n.a.

11,593

n.a.

11,161

n.a.

34,413

14,659

29,568

13,551

3,089

656

1,414

400

22,694
9,125
2,752
10,817

2,664
1,362
100
1,202

20,788
8,082
2,573
10,132

1,810
1,069
100
641

912
411
30
471

560
150
0
410

587
467
34
87

175
125
0
50

301,342
131
301,211

53,461
12
53,449

185,239
86
185,153

42,068
11
42,057

56,979
32
56,947

6,484
1
6,483

34,093
6
34,086

2,065
0
2,065

54,455
44,820
24,576
21,399
3,177

585
29,596
12,593
11,304
1,289

27,909
33,625
18,070
15,783
2,288

329
22,358
9,178
8,144
1,034

17,248
5,895
4,146
3,782
363

202
4,236
2,503
2,263
240

5,342
3,158
2,069
1,602
467

54
1,435
843
828
15

7
20,237
501
19,736
16,056
165,985
144,243
21,742
2,129
1,147
982

0
17,003
445
16,558
875
14,224
454
13,770
35
0
35

0
15,554
378
15,176
13,522
93,624
77,242
16,382
929
481
448

0
13,180
322
12,858
774
11,589
320
11,270
32
0
32

7
1,743
120
1,623
878
31,369
28,729
2,640
841
598
243

0
1,733
120
1,613
49
1,703
119
1,584
0
0
0

0
1,089
3
1,087
1,340
23,578
22,994
584
230
2
229

0
592
3
589
31
384
7
377
0
0
0

9,248

7,943

7,829

6,866

387

264

170

161

5,110
3,540

53
150

4,863
2,939

23
97

246
115

30
0

0
274

0
0

48,916
19,330
12,818
6,512
29,585
98,940

7,872
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7,872
85,309

37,393
13,364
7,787
5,577
24,029
82,039

6,796
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,796
59,126

6,780
4,644
4,030
614
2,137
7,685

699
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
699
19,233

3,847
988
907
81
2,859
363

307
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
307
2,707

98,940

n.a.

82,039

n.a.

7,685

n.a.

260

n.a.

108

363

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

85,309

59,126

n.a.

19,233

n.a.

2,707

52 Total liabilities4

683,798

286,843

508,532

224,565

84,592

35,870

53,382

18,199

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

576,040

240,172

452,689

186,035

72,506

35,291

31,369

11,719




n.a.

129

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
March 31
2

All states

New York

California

Illinois

Item
IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

150,000
108,457
92,437
16,020
30,170
11,231
18,938
4,327
1,417
2,910

177,098
14,483
362
14,121
55,812
50,336
5,476
88,765
6,325
82,440

128,103
89,136
79,346
9,790
28,347
10,862
17,485
4,171
1,387
2,785

155,911
8,679
361
8,317
50,067
45,499
4,568
80,574
5,112
75,463

4,149
3,793
1,872
1,921
93
58
35
5
0
5

10,048
600
0
600
3,201
2,755
446
5,193
851
4,342

8,508
7,457
6,433
1,024
1,007
262
745
32
30
2

4,666
95
1
95
1,946
1,582
364
2,442
319
2,123

2,074
4,552
420

17,055
982

1,752
4,333
364

15,609
982

225
10
22

1,053
0

3
1
9

182
0

Total
excluding
IBFs
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
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 . .
Other commercial banks in United States
73
74 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
75
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 Nontransaction 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

130



Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

7,697
5,633
4,073
1,560
103
29
74
1,124
9
1,115

6,318
4,475
3,452
1,023
96
26
70
1,029
8
1,021

298
254
215
39
3
2
1
5
0
5

296
283
278
5
0
0
0
2
0
2

290
126
420

247
108
364

3
10
22

1
1
9

6,993
5,211
3,905
1,305
33
17
16
1,013
9
1,004

5,907
4,322
3,387
936
29
16
13
922
8
914

231
199
173
25
0
0
0
5
0
5

284
271
267
5
0
0
0
2
0
2

230
86
420

190
80
364

3

1
22

1
1
9

142,304
102,823
88,364
14,459
30,067
11,202
18,864
3,203
1,408
1,795

121,785
84,661
75,894
8,766
28,251
10,836
17,415
3,142
1,378
1,764

3,852
3,539
1,657
1,882
90
57
34
0
0
0

8,213
7,174
6,155
1,019
1,007
262
744

1,784
4,426

1,505
4,226

222
0

IBFs
only 3

1
0

30
30

0

177,098
14,483
362
14,121
55,812
50,336
5,476
88,765
6,325
82,440

155,911
8,679
361
8,317
50,067
45,499
4,568
80,574
5,112
75,463

10,048
600
0
600
3,201
2,755
446
5,193
851
4,342

4,666
95
1
95
1,946
1,582
364
2,442
319
2,123

17,055
982

15,609
982

1,053
0

182
0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1992*—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
March 31
All states2

New York

California

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs
1 17 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

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

79,379
11,293
27,746
40,340
121,547

5,776
1,592
456
3,728
50,882

62,215
6,813
19,940
35,462
69,426

2,879
562
232
2,086
21,778

11,943
3,108
5,524
3,311
39,794

1,815
716
144
956
22,705

4,537
1,181
1,991
1,365
10,163

1,011
283
80
648
5,859

47,352
15,549

20,959
2,507

20,412
8,817

5,426
977

21,424
4,636

13,202
1,182

4,010
1,635

2,076
321

31,804
27,867
2,426
25,441
46,327

18,451
26,645
2,294
24,351
3,278

11,594
14,376
608
13,768
34,639

4,449
13,310
477
12,833
3,042

16,789
9,504
1,464
8,040
8,865

12,020
9,387
1,464
7,923
117

2,375
3,694
349
3,346
2,458

1,756
3,662
349
3,314
120

129 All other liabilities
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
131 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

48,016

6,417

37,033

5,467

6,573

723

3,495

183

22,582
25,434

n.a.
6,417

16,612
20,422

n.a.
5,467

4,642
1,931

n.a.
723

676
2,819

n.a.
183

1 32 Net owed to related depository institutions5
133 Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions5
134 Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions5

107,758

46t671

55,843

38,530

12,085

579

22,013

6,481

107,758

n.a.

55,843

n.a.

12,085

n.a.

46,671

n.a.

38,530

n.a.

1,276
2,231

A

MEMO
135 Non-interest-bearing balances with commercial banks in
United States
136 Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
137 Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
138 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less
139 Predetermined interest rates
140 Floating interest rates
141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates

0

3,522
98,578
59,366
39,212

977
2,052

0

2,859
54,728
31,721
23,008

n.a.

67,407
21,444
45,962

38,895
11,608
27,287

22,013

n.a.
579

129
84

0

18,550
10,898
7,652

79
84

14,179
10,156
4,023

n.a.

0
A

n.a.

9,399
4,230
5,169

12,819
3,970
8,849

ir

6,481

178

341

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total non transact ion accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts, including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or
more
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 1 2 months

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

150,560
112,596

n.a.
n.a.

131,163
97,149

n.a.
n.a.

4,155
2,344

n.a.
n.a.

8,206
6,571

n.a.
n.a.

23,578

n.a.

20,794

n.a.

1,093

n.a.

1,371

n.a.

14,385

n.a.

13,220

n.a.

718

n.a.

265

n.a.

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

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




63,980
76,307
580

14,352

n.a.
0

58,345
39,082
272

13,222

n.a.
0

3,445
29,113
134

680

n.a.
0

1,603
6,538
52

399

n.a.
0

131

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
2

All states

Illinois

California

New York

Item
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

701,304

295,778

529,635

232,561

82,990

38,350

52,468

16,362

2 Claims on nonrclutcd 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

610,631
156,741
2,865
24
89,200

206,738
129,359
0
n.a.
66,446

453,336
135,808
2,739
17
77,127

174,168
110,009
0
n.a.
55,455

75,509
8,756
13
2
5,527

15,428
8,168
0
n.a.
4,970

52,136
10,698
99
1
5,823

12,701
10,259
0
n.a.
5,643

83,121

63,666

71,870

52,844

5,184

4,950

5,520

5,514

13 Total securities and loans

Total
including
IBFs
1 Total assets4

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

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

.

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
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Loans to other financial institutions
Commercial and industrial loans
U S addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
U.S. banks
Foreign banks
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 institutions'*
50 Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions^
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions5

6,078

2,780

5,257

2,611

343

20

303

129

64,356
1,848

62,913
1,781

55,738
1,541

54,553
1,481

3,200
156

3,197
156

4,765
140

4,617
140

62,508
297

61,131
n.a.

54,198
186

53,072
n.a.

3,044
15

3,041
n.a.

4,625
10

4,477
n.a.

377,456

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)

22 Total loans, gross
23
LKSS* Unearned income on loans
24 EQUALS: Loans, net

Total
including
IBFs

67,591

253,773

55,585

60,007

6,525

36,813

2,157

71,521
23,360

14,800
n.a.

65,770
23,177

13,735
n.a.

3,432
65

627
n.a.

1,918
76

386
n.a.

13,394

n.a.

12,910

n.a.

34,767

14,800

29,682

13,735

3,048

627

1,732

386

28,050
11,610
2,492
13,948

2,560
1,271
26
1,264

26,938
11,132
2,297
13,509

2,269
1,266
26
977

411
108
53
250

166
5
0
161

259
129
66
64

0
0
0
0

306,186
251
305,936

52,800
9
52,791

188,067
63
188,003

41,857
7
41,850

56,598
23
56,575

5,900
2
5,898

35,054
158
34,895

1,771
0
1,771

54,560
46,383
24,186
21,204
2,982

590
30,252
11,653
10,611
1,043

27,481
36,067
18,052
15,955
2,096

324
23,459
8,268
7,456
811

17,580
5,334
4,263
3,895
368

210
3,859
2,825
2,604
221

5,420
2,717
1,648
1,182
465

56
1,214
546
536
10

15
22,182
623
21,559
18,068
168,045
145,183
22,862
1,821
953
867

0
18,598
482
18,117
804
13,624
451
13,173
48
2
46

15
18,000
494
17,506
15,663
92,948
75,338
17,610
937
389
549

0
15,191
357
14,835
719
10,873
314
10,559
40
2
38

0
1,070
960
770
31,590
29,291
2,300
590
499
91

0
1,034
110
924
48
1,537
120
1,417
0
0
0

0
1,069
15
1,054
1,244
25,083
24,510
573
142
2
140

0
668
15
653
21
361
8
353
0
0
0

319

no

n.a.

109

n.a.

8,563

7,238

7,142

6,271

331

213

128

120

4,898
3,849

109
135

4,627
3,202

77
93

269
134

32
0

0
320

0
0

48,383
18,971
12,319
6,652
29,411
90,674

7,228
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7,228
89,040

36,818
13,364
7,610
5,754
23,454
76,299

6,306
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,306
58,393

6,335
4,400
3,846
555
1,935
7,481

569
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
569
22,922

4,366
850
755
95
3,516
332

285
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
285
3,661

90,674

n.a.

76,299

n.a.

7,481

n.a.

n.a.

89,040

n.a.

332

n.a.

58,393

n.a.

22,922

n.a.

3,661

52 Total liabilities4

701,304

295,778

529,635

232,561

82,990

38,350

52,468

16,362

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

599,121

256,580

481,241

200,126

69,901

37,839

30,491

11,117

132



63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
All states2

New York

California

Illinois

Item
Total
excluding
IBFs
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 Nontransaction 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




IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

144,861
102,773
86,855
15,917
28,909
12,507
16,402
5,182
1,738
3,444

192,120
13,648

125,826
86,025
76,340
9,685
27,413
11,978
15,435
497
,6

2,570
4,776
653

18,346

438
13,210
6,4
045
55,115
5,330
99,198
5,433
93,765

483

1,673
3,294
2,222
4,605

IBFs
only3
169,892
7,848

4,367
3,999

387

2,112
1,887
81
36
45
18
0
18

7,460
53,670
4,9
906
4,575
9,0
098
4,550
86,358
16,982

483

594

6,661

8,108
5,853
4,174
1,679

Total
excluding
IBFs

228
18
23

IBFs
only3
10,569

704
0
704
4,146
3,611
535

7,488
6,408
5,373

400
,9

1,035
998
444
553
66
65
1

1,012
0

3
5

4,707

617

296
242
203
39

4,647
3,534

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

4,961
116
51
65
1,751
1,577
175
3,026

251
2,775

68
0

316
300
295
5
0
0
0

139
14
125
925
61
864

1,113
136
13
123
826
61
766

363
175
653

314
144
594

3
17
23

2
5

7,379
5,427
4,007

6,236

1,420
131
13
118
816
61
755

1,023
128
12
116
718
61
657

233
197
174
24
0
0
0

304
288
283
5
0
0
0

269
83
653

233
72
594

136,754
96,919
82,681
14,238
28,770
12,493
16,276
4,256

119,165
81,378
72,806
8,572
27,277
11,965
15,312

0
1

1

0

1

4,491
3,468

1
1

0
3
0
23

2
4

4,071

7,172
6,108

3,756

1,677

4,140
1,612

2,579

2,528

1,909
1,847
80
36
44
10
0
10

2,207
4,602

1,908
4,461

224
0

192,120
13,648

169,892
7,848

438

387

13,210
6,4
045
55,115
5,330
99,198
5,433
93,765

740
,6
53,670
4,9
906
4,575
90,908
4,550
86,358

18,346

16,982

483

483

5,078

1
0

1,030
998
444
553
65
65
0

704
0
704
4,146
3,611
535

4,961
116
51
65
1,751
1,577
175

4,707

3,026

10,569

617

251

400
,9

2,775

1,012
0

68
0

133

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1992*—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
2

California

New York

All states

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs
1 17 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
118 U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks .
..
1 19 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 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 owed to related depository institutions5
133 Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions5
,
134 Net owed 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 Predetermined interest rates
140 Floating interest rates
.
..
141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
...
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates
...

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

98,002
13,785
26,867
57,350
116,504

8,087
2,381
728
4,977
50,491

80,860
9,847
19,671
51,342
67,960

5,454
1,379
236
3,839
19,653

11,018
2,867
4,067
4,084
37,838

1,698
547
329
822
25,011

5,670
955
3,026
1,689
8,449

902
424
163
315
5,106

46,560
13,779

21,088
2,306

21,199
8,945

5,308
938

20,355
3,114

13,514
1,150

3,594
1,280

1,948
180

32,781
27,870
1,921
25,949
42,074

18,781
26,4%
1,676
24,821
2,907

12,253
13,085
921
12,164
33,676

4,370
11,869
685
11,185
2,476

17,241
11,529
895
10,634
5,954

12,364
11,424
895
10,529
73

2,314
2,822
65
2,757
2,032

1,768
2,802
65
2,737
356

47,634

5,882

36,702

5,128

6,109

561

3,924

148

21,316
26,318

n.a.
5,882

15,637
21,065

n.a.
5,128

4,421
1,688

n.a.
561

611
3,313

n.a.
148

102,183

39,198

48,395

32,435

13,089

102,183

n.a.

48,395

n.a.

13,089

n.a.

39,198

n.a.

32,435

n.a.

1,430
2,623

0

0

1,116
2,490

134
89

511

0
A

21,977

5,246

21,977

511

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

5,246

96
32

3,308

2,528

477

100

98,953
61,783
37,171

51,506
30,876
20,630

19,652
12,369
7,283

15,980
11,747
4,233

0

A

69,092
22,636
46,456

n.a.

41,442
12,525
28,916

^f

n.a.

n.a.

11,938
3,807
8,132

V

n.a.

9,103
4,367
4,736

v

Total
excluding
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

134



Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

146,141
105,093

n.a.
n.a.

129,403
92,743

n.a.
n.a.

4,593
2,466

n.a.
n.a.

7,210
5,462

n.a.
n.a.

25,384

n-a.

22,471

n.a.

1,164

n.a.

1,421

n.a.

15,665

n.a.

14,190

n.a.

963

n.a.

327

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or
more
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

71,237

14,643

65,385

13,542

3,605

71,080
579

n a.

36,494
271

n.a.

27,440
134

0

0

667

n.a.
0

1,844
5,551
52

383

n.a.

0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
All states2

New York

California

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

697,176

291,584

524,643

232,153

79,186

33,683

56,759

17,569

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

604,947
139,119
2,310
23
79,789

186,320
109,799
0
n.a.
55,521

445,979
118,978
2,169
16
69,415

154,733
91,403
0
n.a.
46,280

73,736
6,799
15
2
4,069

13,726
6,156
0
n.a.
3,489

56,548
11,963
86
1
5,589

13,799
11,438
0
n.a.
5,390

75,009

53,380

65,551

44,430

3,763

3,489

5,167

5,112

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)
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: 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 Loans to 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

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

4,780

2,141

3,864

1,849

306

0

421

278

56,062
1,595

54,277
1,559

46,548
1,357

45,123
1,322

2,670
154

2,667
154

6,273
79

6,048
79

54,467
936

52,719
n.a.

45,191
829

43,801
n.a.

2,516
43

2,513
n.a.

6,194
15

5,969
n.a.

376,889

66,105

254,056

54,227

60,153

6,776

36,686

2,041

74,552
25,457

14,421
n.a.

68,941
25,321

13,535
n.a.

3,308
52

527
n.a.

1,908
36

327
n.a.

13,774

n.a.

13,285

n.a.

35,321

14,421

30,334

13,535

2,929

527

1,764

327

37,194
11,618
5,284
20,292

2,871
1,719
9
1,143

35,145
10,288
4,959
19,898

2,441
1,527
9
906

909
690
68
152

249
193
0
57

685
453
119
113

50
0
0
50

302,498
161
302,337

51,693
9
51,684

185,227
111
185,116

40,700
7
40,693

56,868
23
56,845

6,251
1
6,250

34,799
21
34,778

1,715
0
1,714

53,771
45,535
21,244
18,252
2,992

601
31,260
11,365
10,386
980

26,654
35,649
16,240
14,004
2,236

322
24,296
8,503
7,604
898

17,750
5,287
3,344
3,176
168

220
4,228
2,290
2,213
76

5,434
2,306
1,355
924
431

59
1,164
573
568
5

364
23,928
533
23,395
19,698
165,417
143,180
22,237
1,813
995
818

16
19,878
373
19,505
975
13,171
525
12,646
39
0
39

26
19,382
428
18,954
17,051
91,460
74,600
16,860
814
385
429

16
15,777
273
15,504
874
10,395
401
9,993
31
0
31

0
1,943
100
1,843
870
31,620
29,221
2,399
707
555
152

0
1,938
100
1,838
40
1,546
107
1,438
0
0
0

338
613
0
613
1,408
24,704
24,099
605
165
2
164

0
591
0
591
21
372
8
364
0
0
0

7,155

5,366

5,383

4,576

279

184

422

99

5,379
3,729

100
182

5,117
3,099

66
140

213
143

34
0

49
312

0
0

51,744
17,371
11,936
5,434
34,374
92,229

7,546
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7,546
105,264

37,800
11,930
7,338
4,592
25,870
78,665

6,662
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,662
77,420

5,875
4,159
3,623
536
1,716
5,449

544
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
544
19,957

7,214
969
867
103
6,244
211

270
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
270
3,770

78,665

n.a.

5,449

n.a.

92,229

n.a.

327

n.a.

109

211

n.a.

n.a.

105,264

n.a.

77,420

n.a.

19,957

n.a.

3,770

52 Total liabilities4

697,176

291,584

524,643

232,153

79,186

33,683

56,759

17,569

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

584,756

254,525

470,517

204,637

65,099

32,889

30,951

9,912




n.a.

135

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
All states2

New York

California

Illinois

Item
Total
excluding
IBFs

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

151,235
107,452
92,031
15,421
29,491
13,046
16,445
5,741
1,990
3,751

184,494
16,421
3,059
13,362
52,467
47,338
5,129
98,196
4,352
93,844

130,090
89,026
79,685
9,341
28,094
12,554
15,540
5,557
1,964
3,593

167,096
10,896
3,009

1,896
6,355
299

17,237
173

1,510
5,661
242

15,856
173

67 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs) .
68 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile) .
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
70
71 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
72
Other commercial banks in United States
73
74 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
75
Other banks in foreign countries
76
77 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
78 All other deposits and credit balances
79 Certified and official checks

7,684
5,716
4,219
1,497
181
18
163
1,069
2
1,067

6,205
4,517
3,580
936
177
16
160
947
1
945

260
217
181
35
1
0
1
4
0
4

319
100
299

243
80
242

4
12
22

6,884
5,330
4,065
1,265
110
92
841
2
839

5,690
4,383
3,511
872
106
16
90
724
1
723

210
178
155
22
1
0
0
4
0
4

242
62
299

180
55
242

4
1
22

10

143,551
101,736
87,812
13,924
29,310
13,028
16,282
4,672
1,988
2,684

123,885
84,509
76,105
8,404
27,917
12,538
15,379
4,611
1,963
2,648

4,233
3,922
2,137
1,785
81
56
25
0
0
0

7,750
6,992
5,943
1,049
732
315
417
25
25
0

1,577
6,255

1,267
5,581

229
0

1
1

80 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
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)
91 All other deposits and credit balances
92 Certified and official checks
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90

93 Nontransaction 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

136



17

7,887
47,652
42,941
4,711
92,519
3,943
88,576

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

4,493
4,138
2,318
1,820
82
56
26
4
0
4

7,069
512
0
512
2,595
2,363
232
2,985
300
2,685

8,094
7,321
6,266
1,054
732
315
417
26
25
1

4,012
111
50
61
1,733
1,608
125
2,085
85
2,000

234
12
22

977
0

3
2
10

83
0

344
329
323
6
0
0
0

1
1

0
2
10

332
317
312
5
0
0
0
1
0

1

184,494
16,421
3,059
13,362
52,467
47,338
5,129
98,196
4,352
93,844

167,096
10,896
3,009
7,887
47,652
42,941
4,711
92,519
3,943
88,576

7,069
512
0
512
2,595
2,363
232
2,985
300
2,685

4,012
111
50
61
1,733
1,608
125
2,085
85
2,000

17,237
173

15,856
173

977
0

83
0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
2

All states

New York

California

Item
Total
including
IBFs
1 17 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
118 U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
1 19 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 owed to related depository institutions5
133 Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions5
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions5
135
136
137
138
139
140
141

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

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only3

79,197
14,303
17,110
47,784
119,802

13,353
2,172
310
10,872
50,720

66,235
10,343
12,731
43,161
70,356

10,177
1,004
90
9,083
22,124

8,901
3,004
3,056
2,840
38,755

1,596
880
155
561
23,700

3,638
864
1,200
1,575
8,662

1,459
288
65
1,106
4,292

42,221
13,710

19,603
2,129

18,581
8,205

4,856
724

18,633
3,609

12,832
1,261

3,539
1,378

1,594
85

28,512
29,975
2,054
27,921
47,606

17,474
28,333
1,912
26,421
2,784

10,376
16,213
793
15,420
35,561

4,132
14,756
671
14,085
2,512

15,025
10,883
1,097
9,786
9,239

11,571
10,767
1,097
9,670
101

2,161
2,533
129
2,404
2,589

1,509
2,533
129
2,404
164

50,028

5,958

36,741

5,241

5,882

524

6,544

149

19,398
30,630

n.a.
5,958

13,916
22,824

n.a.
5,241

4,166
1,716

n.a.
524

720
5,824

n.a.
149

112,420

37,059

54,127

27,516

14,086

112,420

n.a.

54,127

n.a.

14,086

n.a.

37,059

n.a.

27,516

n.a.

1,332
1,513

0

3,735
98,446
61,206
37,239
66,971
22,679
44,292

1,042
1,345

0

52,040
30,257
21,782

794

0

126
117

19,707
12,574
7,132

n.a.

25,808

7,657

25,808

657

2,706

n.a.

794

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

7,657

82
27

0

101

15,139
11,350
3,789

n.a.

n.a.

9,564
4,475
5,089

V

IBFs
only3

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

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

149,906
111,924

n.a.
n.a.

130,962
97,408

n.a.
n.a.

4,778
2,715

n.a.
n.a.

7,919
6,069

n.a.
n.a.

25,419

n.a.

22,648

n.a.

1,014

n.a.

1,431

n.a.

12,563

n.a.

10,906

n.a.

1,050

n.a.

419

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or
more
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

V

39,421
12,761
26,659

Total
excluding
IBFs

142
143

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

11,913
3,563
8,350

V

75,230

14,344

69,515

13,440

3,473

77,394
573

n.a.

41,664
268

n.a.

28,823
133

0

0

IF

547

n.a.
0

1,844
5,523
51

324

n.a.
0

137

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1992J—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 31
2

Illinois

California

New York

All states
Itftm

Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

712,377

314,923

537,039

249,785

81,330

38,873

55,951

18,456

2 Claims on nonreJated 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

627,249
152,319
2,418
25
90,473

199,848
126,610
0
n.a.
68,930

467,337
131,299
2,309
18
78,188

166,646
107,095
0
n.a.
57,766

74,773
8,751
11
2
5,969

15,972
8,205
0
n.a.
5,457

55,656
10,991
80
1
5,548

13,176
10,656
0
n.a.
5,368

85,232

66,444

73,703

55,488

5,712

5,427

5,227

5,201

30

322

167

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)
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* 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)
3 1 Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Loans to 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
institutions'
51 Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions5

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only 3

5,241

2,485

4,485

2,279

258

58,893
1,502

57,681
1,412

50,346
1,369

49,328
1,280

2,752
71

2,748
71

5,351
51

5,288
51

57,391
509

56,269
n.a.

48,976
438

48,048
n.a.

2,680
17

2,676
n.a.

5,300
11

5,237
n.a.

387,855

63486

263,237

50,838

59,058

6,788

38,824

2,227

78,687
28,908

13,653
n.a.

71,629
27,946

12,806
n.a.

3,577
102

520
n.a.

3,103
811

298
n.a.

14,083

n.a.

13,345

n.a.

35,696

13,653

30,338

12,806

2,906

520

2,188

298

37,003
8,906
5,442
22,656

3,321
2,673
71
576

35,293
7,707
5,152
22,435

2,879
2,277
71
531

857
636
88
133

442
396
0
46

455
296
73
86

0
0
0
0

309,299
130
309,168

49,544
11
49,533

191,702
94
191,608

38,040
9
38,031

55,503
22
55,481

6,269
1
6,268

35,727
6
35,721

1,929
0
1,929

51,895
45,956
21,640
19,090
2,550

568
30,175
10,346
9,916
430

26,127
35,306
15,800
14,014
1,786

292
22,808
6,962
6,616
345

16,930
5,244
3,631
3,473
158

236
4,224
2,650
2,580
70

5,235
2,951
1,910
1,444
466

40
1,408
724
709
15

331
23,985
320
23,665
23,296
167,464
147,522
19,942
1,104
416
688

0
19,828
270
19,558
1,063
12,406
440
11,965
75
0
75

0
19,506
248
19,257
20,304
92,059
77,673
14,386
847
343
503

0
15,847
200
15,646
914
9,463
343
9,120
68
0
68

0
1,613
70
1,543
1,057
31,700
29,297
2,403
86
22
65

0
1,574
70
1,504
44
1,584
76
1,508
0
0
0

331
710
0
710
1,461
25,299
24,611
688
2
0
2

0
684
0
684
21
376
7
369
0
0
0

6,824

5,041

5,187

4,355

187

149

383

85

8,667
4,093

78
140

8,452
3,420

45
95

152
146

32
1

48
349

0
0

50,073
18,615
12,782
5,833
31,458
85,127

6,731
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,731
115,075

37,507
13,134
8,138
4,996
24,374
69,703

5,834
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,834
83,139

6,106
4,032
3,532
500
2,074
6,557

537
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
537
22,901

5,385
891
789
102
4,495
295

292
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
292
5,280

69,703

n.a.

6,557

n.a.

85,127

n.a.

569

n.a.

103

295

n.a.

n.a.

83,139

n.a.

22,901

n.a.

52 Total liabilities4

712,377

314,923

537,039

249,785

81,330

38,873

55,951

18,456

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties . .

599,003

278,086

484,603

221,867

66,166

38,206

30,030

11,585

138



n.a.

115,075

n.a.

5,280

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 31
2

All states

New York

Illinois

California

Item
Total
excluding
IBFs
54 Total deposits and credit balances
55 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)
All other deposits and credit balances
Certified and official checks

78
79

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)
All other deposits and credit balances
Certified and official checks

80 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile) .
83
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
84 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
85
Other commercial banks in United States
86
87 Banks in foreign countries
88
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
89
90 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
91 All other deposits and credit balances
92 Certified and official checks
81

93 Nontransaction 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 . .
Other commercial banks in United States
99
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




IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

151,154
106,450
91,601
14,849
27,978
12,470
15,508
7,442
4,022
3,420

208,845
15,470
3,007
12,463
63,437
57,030
6,407
111,573
5,283
106,290

130,480
88,763
79,997
8,766
26,154
11,741
14,413
7,263
3,979
3,284

188,455
10,196
3,007

2,405
6,513
366

18,253
112

1,984
6,010
306

17,059
112

IBFs
only3

7,189
57,933
52,128
5,805
103,155
4,545
98,610

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

4,482
4,213
2,393
1,820
38
11
26
4
0
4

9,386
600
0
600
2,895
2,671
224
5,061
385
4,676

699
,0
6,219
5,211
1,007
630
335
295
43
40
3

5,182
37
0
37
2,147
1,858
289
2,875
331
2,544

180
24
24

830
0

3
4
9

123
0

7,543
5,749
4,186
1,563
106
16
90
857
6
850

6,067
4,544
3,566
978
100
14
86
753
5
748

307
250
206
44

370
95
366

302
62
306

4
23
24

2
4
9

6,947
5,353
4,027
1,326
94
16
79
738
6
732

5,783
4,415
3,499
916
89
14
75
645
5
640

232
199
169
30
1
0
0
3
0
3

305
289
283
5
0
0
0
I
0
1

339
56
366

281
47
306

4
1
24

2
4
9

143,611
100,701
87,415
13,286
27,872
12,454
15,418
6,585
4,015
2,570

124,412
84,220
76,431
7,789
26,053
11,727
14,327
6,510
3,974
2,536

4,175
3,963
2,187
1,776
36
11
25
0
0
0

6,588
5,915
4,915
1,000
630
335
295
42
40
2

2,035
6,418

1,682
5,948

176
0

1
I

321
303
296
7
0
0
0

0
1
4
0
3

1
1

0

208,845
15,470
3,007
12,463
63,437
57,030
6,407
111,573
5,283
106,290

188,455
10,196
3,007
7,189
57,933
52,128
5,805
103,155
4,545
98,610

9,386
600
0
600
2,895
2,671
224
5,061
385
4,676

5,182
37
0
37
2,147
1,858
289
2,C75
331
2,544

18,253
112

17,059
112

830
0

123
0

139

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19921—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 3 1
All states

2

California

New York

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs
117 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
118
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
1 19 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 owed to related depository institutions5
1 33 Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions 5
134
Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions 5
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

140



IBFs
only3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

IBFs
only 3

12,196
2,196
255
9,746
51,151

62,198
7,436
10,698
44,064
67,054

9,036
949
138
7,949
19,223

6,847
1,787
2,263
2,798
39,685

1,765
641
107
1,018
26,509

3,744
1,310
716
1,718
9,098

1,372
601
10
761
4,877

47,842
14,322

22,353
1,850

20,782
9,547

4,643
824

22,256
3,262

15,775
849

3,347
1,122

1,631
135

33,520
26,703
2,116
24,587
43,169

20,503
25,447
1,990
23,457
3,351

11,234
12,862
843
12,018
33,411

3,819
11,725
739
10,986
2,855

18,994
10,705
1,107
9,598
6,725

14,925
10,628
1,107
9,521
106

2,225
2,865
143
2,723
2,887

1,496
2,855
133
2,723
390

48,148

5,893

36,416

5,153

5,766

546

5,097

154

20,426
27,723

n.a.
5,893

14,871
21,545

n.a.
5,153

4,070
1,696

n.a.
546

884
4,213

n.a.
154

113,373

36,837

52,437

27,917

15,164

113,373

n.a.

52,437

n.a.

15,164

n.a.

36,837

n.a.

27,917

n.a.

1,308
1,966

A

1,015
1,800

A

0

0

134
99

667

0
A

25,921

6,871

25,921

667

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

6,871

82
57

3,228

2,551

361

52,699
30,841
21,858

19,319
12,616
6,703

15,822
1 1 ,933
3,890

0

it

109

99,678
62,723
36,956

n.a.

67,786
23,684
44,101

150,137
112,504
25,035
12,598
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

Total
including
IBFs

73,141
10,630
13,800
48,712
117,714

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or
more
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

Total
including
IBFs

n.a.

39,360
13,450
25,910
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

t

131,605
98,346

n.a.

i

22,339
10,919
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

12,381
4,007
8,374
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

t

4,913
2,834

n.a.

i

911

1,167
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

77,818

13,415

70,711

12,544

3,666

75,811
572

n.a.

39,609
267

n.a.

29,786
133

0

n.a.

0

n.a.

9,476
4,401
5,075
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

t
i

6,729
4,895

n.a.

1,466
368

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3
548

n.a.
0

3,064
5,188
51

IBFs
only 3

t
i

n.a.

IBFs
only3
296

n.a.
0

64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks, 1991-921
Billions of dollars, end of period

1992

1991
Area or country

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

325.3

320.4

335.7

341.5

347.9

357.4

343.9

345.8

129.9
6.2
9.7
8.8
4.0
3.3
2.0
3.7
62.3
6.8
23.2

129,8
6.1
10.5
8.3
3.6
3.3
2.5
3.3
59.5
8.2
24.6

134.0
5.8
11.1
9.7
4.5
3.0
2.1
3.9
64.9
5.8
23.2

137.2
6.0
11.0
8.3
5.6
4.7
1.9
3.4
68.5
5.8
22.2

131.1
5.3
10.0
8.4
5.4
4.3
2.0
3.2
64.8
6.6
21.1

136.3
6.2
12.0
8.8
8.0
3.3
1.9
4.6
65.9
6.7
18.7

137.5
6.2
15.5
10.9
6.4
3.7
2.2
5.2
61.8
6.7
18.9

134.0
5.6
15.4
9.3
6.5
2.8
2.3
4.8
61.4
6.6
19.2

13 Other industrialized 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

23.5
1.4
.9
1.0
2.5
1.5
.6
9.0
1.7
1.2
1.8
1.9

21.3
1.1
1.2
.8
2.4
1.5
.6
7.1
1.9
1.1
1.8
2.0

22.1
1.0
.9
.6
2.3
1.4
.5
8.3
1.6
1.3
1.6
2.4

22.8
.6
.9
.7
2.6
1.4
.6
8.3
1.4
1.8
1.9
2.7

21.5
.8
.8
.8
2.3
1.5
.5
7.7
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.3

25.5
.8
1.3
.8
2.8
1.7
.5
10.1
1.5
2.0
1.7
2.3

25.1
.8
1.5
1.0
3.0
1.6
.5
9.8
1.5
1.5
1.7
2.3

24.1
1.2
.9
-7
3.0
1.2
.4
9.0
1.3
1.7
1.7
2.9

25 OPEC2
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30 African countries

17.1
.9
5.1
2.8
6.6
1.6

14.0
.9
5.3
2.6
3.7
1.5

15.6
.8
5.6
2.8
5.0
1.5

14.6
.7
5.4
2.8
4.2
1.5

15.8
.7
5.4
3.0
5.3
1.4

16.2
.7
5.3
3.0
5.9
1.4

15.9
.7
5.4
3.0
5.4
1.4

16.1
.6
5.2
3.0
6.2
l.l

31 Non-OPEC developing countries

66.4

65.0

65.0

64.3

70.2

68.1

72.9

72.2

4.7
13.9
3.6
1.7
13.7
.5
2.2

4.6
11.6
3.6
1.6
14.3
.5
2.0

4.5
10.5
3.7
1.6
16.2
.4
1.9

4.8
9.6
3.6
1.7
15.5
.4
2.1

5.0
10.8
3.9
1.6
18.2
.4
2.2

5.1
10.6
4.0
1.6
16.3
.4
2.2

6.2
10.8
4.2
1.7
17.1
.5
2.5

6.6
10.8
4.4
1.8
16.0
.5
2.6

.4
3.6
3.5
.5
6.8
2.0
3.7
1.6
2.1

.6
4.1
3.0
.5
6.9
2.1
3.7
1.7
2.3

.4
4.1
2.8
.5
6.5
2.3
3.6
1.9
2.3

.3
4.1
3.0
.5
6.8
2.3
3.7
1.7
2.4

.3
4.8
3.6
.4
6.9
2.5
3.6
1.7
2.3

.3
4.6
3.8
.4
6.9
2.7
3.1
1.9
2.5

.3
5.0
3.6
.4
7.4
3.0
3.6
2.2
2.7

.7
5.2
3.2
.4
6.6
3.0
3.6
2.2
2.7

1 Total
2 G-10 countries and Switzerland
3 Belgium and Luxembourg
4 France
5 Germany
6 Italy
7 Netherlands
8 Sweden
9 Switzerland
10 United Kingdom
11 Canada
12 Japan

Dec.

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Mexico
Peru
Other

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Asia
China
Peoples Republic of China
Republic of China (Taiwan)
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand 3
Other Asia

48
49
50
51

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa3

.4
.8
.0
.8

.4
.7
.0
.8

.4
.7
.0
.8

.4
.7
.0
.7

.3
.7
.0
.7

.5
.7
.0
.6

.3
.6
.0
.9

.2
.6
.0
1.0

52 Eastern Europe
53 Russia
54 Yugoslavia
55 Other

2.1
.3
1.0
.8

2.1
.4
1.0
.7

1.8
.4
.8
.7

2.4
.9
.9
.7

2.9
1.4
.8
.6

3.0
1.7
.7
.6

3.1
1.8
.7
.7

3.1
1.9
.6
.6

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 Other*

50.0
8.3
4.4
14.1
1.1
1.5
.1
11.6
8.9
.0

48.3
6.8
4.2
14.9
1.4
1.3
.1
12.4
7.2
.0

52.7
6.7
7.1
13.8
3.9
1.3
.1
12.1
7.7
.0

52.0
11.9
2.3
15.8
1.2
1.3
.1
12.2
7.1
.0

58.4
14.0
3.9
17.4
1.0
1.3
.1
12.2
8.5
.0

59.4
12.2
5.1
18.1
.8
1.7
.1
15.0
6.4
.0

52.3
8.1
3.8
15.7
.7
1.8
.1
15.2
6.8
.0

55.2
5.6
6.2
20.1
1.1
1.7
.1
13.8
6.5
.0

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated6

36.4

39.9

44.6

48.2

48.0

48.6

36.8

41.0




141

65. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19921
Percent per year, averages of daily figures
Austria

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

Belgium

Canada

France2

Germany

Italy

Japan

Netherlands

8.00

Month-end

8. 50

7.29
7.50
7.49
6.97
6.33
5.85
5.42
5.07
5.69
6.30
8.82
7.36

9. 60

8.00

12.00

4.50
4.50
4.50
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.25

8. 50

i

.

..

8.00
8.50
8.50
8.25
8.00
8.00
8.00

...

if
8. 50
8. 00
7. 75
7. 75
7. 75

I

if
9. 30
9. 10
9. 10

8.00
8.75
8.75
8.25

12.00
13.75
13.25
15.00
14.00
13.00
12.00

*

8.25

8. 50
i

i

\f

7. )0
it

1r
7. 30
6. 30
t

ir

8.50
8.00
7.75
7.75
7. 75

3.25

Switzerland

Sweden

8. 50
10. 00
10. 00
10. 00

i

6. JO

66. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19921
Percent per year, averages of daily figures
Year

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Eurodollars
United Kingdom
Canada
Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France
Italy
Belgium
Japan

*

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

3,70
9.56
6.76
942
7 67
9.25
10 14
13 91
9.31
4 39

Type or country

4.06
10.60
7.23
945
7 55
9.45
9.86
12 00
9.41
5 18

4.05
10.33
7.42
9 50
7.28
9.52
9.93
12 17
9.50
5 19

4.26
10.58
7.63
959
8.16
9.52
9.99
12 25
9.56
495

4.05
10.56
7.10
963
8.48
9.42
9.92
12 38
9.50
472

3.84
10.00
6.60
9 70
8.77
9.43
9.83
12 39
9.51
472

3.87
9.94
6.03
966
9.04
9.45
9.98
13 38
9.50
4 60

3.40
10.10
5.58
969
8.67
9.50
10.11
15 54
9.54
432

3.33
10.27
5.15
9 79
8.09
9.73
10.27
15 27
9.71
3 87

3.15
9.86
5.33
937
7.20
9.23
10.51
17 54
9.44
3 89

3.30
8.23
7.57
8 85
6.28
8.63
10.82
15 52
8.70
3 85

3.67
7.16
7.63
8 84
6.44
8.66
9.58
1438
8.64
3 77

3.50
7.11
7.93
8.93
6.13
8.55
10.75
13.60
8.65
3 76

67. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar, 1992j
March 1973=100
Year

1992

142



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

86 09

88 04

9044

89 84

88 30

85 91

82 57

80 97

81 98

85 03

9004

9050

68. Foreign exchange rates, 19921
Currency units per U.S. dollar except as noted
Country/currency unit
Australia/dollar2 . . . .
Austria/schilling . . . .
Belgium/franc
Canada/dollar
China, P.R./yuan . .
Denmark/krone . . . .
Finland/markka . . . .
France/franc
Germany/deutsche
mark
10 Greece/drachma . . .
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

74.756
11.108
32.501
1 1571
5.4618
6.1257
4.2971
5.3858

75.178
11.391
33.307
1 1825
5.4776
6.2763
4.4230
5.5088

75.865
11.693
34.189
1.1928
5.4871
6.4462
4.5325
5.6400

76.241
11.620
33.927
1.1874
5.5098
6.3906
4.5023
5.5773

75.587
11.422
33.386
1.1991
5.5182
6.2678
4.4075
5.4548

75.561
11.068
32.362
1 1960
5.4893
6.0573
4.2846
5.2940

74.507
10.500
30.717
1 1924
5.4564
5.7409
4.0803
5.0321

72.479
10.199
29.824
1 1907
5.4417
5.5851
3.9773
4.9119

72.255
10.214
29.917
1 2225
5.5048
5.6203
4.4764
4.9378

71.481
10.436
30.581
1 2453
5.5486
5.7278
4.7096
5.0370

68.984
11.168
32.661
1 2674
5.6134
6.1166
5.0615
5.3706

68.974
11.130
32.545
1 2725
5.8106
6.1206
5.1444
5.3974

1 6186
1 6616
1 649')
1 5788
192.26
192.83
182,42
187.13

1 6225
1 5726
192.09
190.69

1 4914
1 4475
1 4514
1 5822
1 4851
1 5875
182.89
179.12
182.70
192.50
206.48
209.48

7.7582
7.7404
1 1 Hong Kong/dollar . .
7.7612
7.7463
7.7421
7.7343
7.7341
7.7318
7.7298
7.7298
7.7348
7.7416
28.542
12 India/rupee 2
25.863
25.992
28.378
28.896
28.519
28.564
28.464
28.476
28.477
28.474
28.979
13 Ireland/pound
164.87
160.50
161.65
164.62
169.80
178.76
168.73
183.26
181.90
166.17
166.71
177.19
14 Italy/lira
1,189.76 1,215.92 1,248.28 1,241.55 1,220.95 1,189.52 1,129.83 1,100.00 1,176.21 1,309.64 1,364.45 1,412.38
121 17
15 Japan/yen
125 46
127 70
132 86
133 54
130 77
126 84
125 88
126 23
124 04
122 60
123 88
16 Malay sia/ringgit . . .
2.6012
2.5779
2.5521
2.5223
2.6891
2.4977
2.5044
2.5710
2.5187
2.4999
2.5029
2.5227
17 Netherlands/guilder .
1.8706
1.8568
1.7780
1.8218
1.8268
1,7719
1.6819
1.6322
1.7788
1.6348
1.6717
1,7862
18 New Zealand/
dollar2
54.177
53.514
54.194
54.790
54.138
54.201
54.609
54057
54 112
53 943
51 996
51 570
6 2044
6 3472
19 Norway/krone
6 5188
6.4606
63311
6 1493
5 8581
5 7120
5 8116
60562
64714
6 6804
139.47
20 Portugal/escudo . . . . 136.92
143.26
141.09
135.23
130.79
126.24
124.98
127.86
132.33
141.71
142.05
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Singapore/dollar . . .
South Africa/rand . .
South Korea/won . .
Spain/peseta
Sri Lanka/rupee . . . .
Sweden/krona
Switzerland/franc . .
Taiwan/dollar
Thailand/baht
United Kingdom/
pound*

MEMO
31 United States/
dollar3

. .




1.6337
2.7831
767.09
10005
42.665
5.7461
1.4039
25.150
25.328

1.6361
1.6601
2.8156
2.8830
769.93
775.68
101 73
104 88
42.879
42.744
5.8764
6.0263
1.4561
1.5094
25.407
25.049
25.463
25.637

1.6567
1.6408
2.8783
2.8483
782.55
786.83
103.90
101 47
43.231
43.445
5.9667
5.8462
1.5194
1.4907
25.016
25.308
25.644
25.550

1.6240
1.6142
1.6077
2.8077
2.7577
2.7629
793.60
789.93
792.56
99 02
94 88
93 05
43.941
44.014
44.050
5.6792
5.4084
5.2745
1.4250
1.3347
1.2966
24.770
24.783
25.120
25.400
25.293
25.265

1.5988
1.6081
1.6338
2.8037
2.8923
2.9959
788,76
787.09
786.79
98 19
113 83
105 74
44.404
44.159
44.276
5.3685
5.6006
6.2528
1.2780
1.3176
1.4291
25.227
25.278
25.405
25.253
25.462
25.209

1.6397
3.0140
791.75
112 95
45.046
6.8903
1.4219
25.452
25.488

180.90

177.78

172.38

175.66

180.95

185.51

191.77

194.34

184.65

165,29

152.68

155.10

86.09

88.04

90.44

89.84

88 30

85 91

82 57

8097

81 98

85 03

9004

90 50

143

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69. Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank, 19921
Millions of dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New
York

San
Phila- Cleve- RichSt. Minne- Kansas
delphia land mond Atlanta Chicago Louis apolis City Dallas Francisco

ASSETS
11,056
8,018
446
675

705
511
19
0

4,042
2,808
13
0

347
303
24
592

658
556
26
0

941
652
95
0

503
318
38
1

1,270
1,036
30
2

304
168
25
5

195
186
16
1

329
199
36
5

463
377
27
0

1,299
904
98
69

Federal agency obligations
5 Bought outright
6 Held under repurchase agreement

5,413
631

346
0

2,106
631

165
0

341
0

423
0

184
0

670
0

132
0

84
0

146
0

199
0

616
0

U.S. Treasury securities
7 Bought outright2
8 Held under repurchase agreement

295,011
7,463

18,843 114,769
0
7,463

8,979 18,569 23,068 10,043
0
0
0
0

36,537 7,218 4,598
0
0
0

7,981 10,823 33,583
0
0
0

9 Total loans and securities

309,192

19,189 124,969

9,736 18,909 23,492 10,229

37,210 7,356 4,683

8,131

1
2
3
4

Gold certificate account
Special drawing rights certificate account
Coin
Loans
.

. . .

10 Items in process of collection
1 1 Bank premises
...
Other assets
12 Denominated in foreign currencies3
13 Other
14 I nterdi strict Settlement Account

1,352
137

538
45

442
36

760
128

21,514
794
6,258
7,738
376
3,421
0 -1,634 -19,514

852
199
2,183

1,308
375
1,420

1,383
876
-220

8 f 911
1,026

634
90

1,305
57

294
30

415
33

482
51

1,971
2,603
531
566
326
111
152
120
3,833 -3,444 5,311 2,555

807
169
5,062

367,901 20,683 123,485 14,227 23,731 28,106 18,579

15 Total assets

923
112

11,021 34,268
418
161

1,349
146

1,717 2,724
282
667
2,314 2,134

40,517 14,171 8,768 15,266 16,781 43,589

LIABILITIES
314,208

18,572

32,079
7,492
206
372
40,148

1,442
0
5
21
1,468

7,531
7,492
107
195
15,324

2,207
0
6
8
2,221

22 Deferred credit items

5,561

311

629

368

220

23 Other liabilities and accrued dividends4

1,876

115

733

62

114

16 Federal Reserve notes
17
18
19
20
21

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S. Treasury, General accounts
Foreign Official accounts
All other
Total deposits

24 Total liabilities

105,028 11,341 21,680 25,083 13,232

35,485 12,824 7,458

13,544 14,082 35,878

1,341 2,025 4,083
0
0
0
13
9
9
15
32
5
1,364 2,068 4,101

3,422
0
17
49
3,489

952
0
3
3
958

721
0
4
5
730

1,079
0
5
6
1,090

392

600

621

204

390

362

356

1,108

144

67

231

44

29

53

73

212

361,793 20,466 121,715 13,992 23,378 27,686 18,000

1,808 5,466
0
0
11
18
27
6
1,846 5,490

39,825 14,031 8,608 15,049 16,357 42,688

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
25 Capital paid in
26 Surplus
27 Total liabilities and capital accounts

3,054
3,054

108
108

885
885

117
117

176
176

210
210

290
290

367,901 20,683 123,485 14,227 23,731 28,106 18,579

346
346

70
70

80
80

109
109

212
212

450
450

40,517 14,171 8,768 15,266 16,781 43,589

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE STATEMENT
28 Federal Reserve notes issued to Reserve Bank by
Federal Reserve Agent and outstanding
363,479
29 LESS: Notes held by issuing Bank, and forwarded
for redemption
49,271
30 Federal Reserve notes net5
Collateral held by Federal Reserve Agent for notes
issued to Bank
3 1 Gold certificate account
32 Special drawing rights certificate account

314,208

21,432
2,860
18,572

119,266 13,058 23,683 29,944 17,318
14,238

1,717

2,003

4,861

4,086

105,028 11,341 21,680 25,083 13,232

38,700 14,440 8,191
3,215

1,617

733

35,485 12,824 7,458

15,086 16,914 45,448
1,542

2,831

9,570

13,544 14,082 35,878

11 056
8,018

33 U S Treasury and federal agency securities

295 134

34 Total collateral

314,208




147

70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19921
Dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
1 Loans
2 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
3 Foreign currencies
4 Priced services
5 Other

6,067,617

151,445

992,253

343,370

51,177

336,934

17,336,350,446
2,122,018,858
758,392,481
12,198,537

1,121,372,762
78,725,876
44,676,475
361,601

6,824,747,348
615,293,854
106,480,551
7,104,890

504,283,274
85,045,492
41,061,467
263,036

1,083,681,615
127,851,245
43,856,163
284,196

1,353,341,163
136,035,263
65,425,789
312,604

6 Total

20,235,027,938

1,245,288,159

7,554,618,896

630,9%,639

1,255,724,397

1,555,451,752

845,649,640
65,803,906
25,490,088
37,213,324
35,874,992
85,468,987
10,016,433
55,069,920

53,598,166
12,733,411
4,784,742
1,986,917
1,921,494
4,718,052
511,418
3,225,555

174,461,911
41,466,468
2,248,141
5,458,686
8,016,353
11,032,923
2,125,978
9,536,278

47,560,571
12,025,524
728,888
1,905,612
1,656,512
4,633,677
473,529
3,261,890

46,745,596
11,616,831
2,075,464
2,347,623
1,645,050
6,201,564
728,499
2,903,058

72,117,094
17,770,550
8,038,001
4,011,529
5,198,745
7,519,064
698,383
5,888,751

23,289,904
38,762,965
29,299,069
28,103,045
22,049,349

3,147,448
3,142,836
2,304,715
626,580
712,127

4,662,387
5,401,142
4,974,857
18,716,964
3,285,944

1,870,149
1,841,677
3,155,158
232,748
1,150,650

1,366,691
1,874,174
1,776,957
351,764
775,648

2,167,950
4,312,079
2,620,658
1,801,945
2,547,807

6,635,049
21,507,097
96,803,422
54,879,234

369,833
798,771
5,135,673
3,202,914

173,868
5,165,035
18,590,193
9,124,858

347,233
800,371
3,892,074
2,763,498

165,912
761,219
6,410,854
3,777,792

775,373
1,517,480
15,749,986
5,624,074

177,076,512
38,436,737
0
(39,890,532)
(2,555,498)

10,285,795
2,540,311
(715,064)
(9,285,111)
(316,949)

36,530,922
6,128,698
(2,589,340)
(3,885,810)
(5,760)

19,217,932
1,668,530
3,214,578
(2,976,430)
(71,472)

7,166,749
2,374,800
2,097,431
(3,505,458)
(383,494)

11,456,445
4,386,618
(8,550,309)
(5,202,261)
(274,157)

CURRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and other personnel expenses
8 Retirement and other benefits2
9 Fees
10 Travel
...
....
1 1 Software expenses . . . . *
12 Postage and other shipping costs
. ...
13 Communications
14 Materials and supplies .
...
15
16
17
18
19

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other

20
21
22
23

Equipment
Purchases
,.
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

24 Earnings-credit costs
25 Other
26 Shared costs, net3
27 Recoveries
28 Expenses capitalized4

....

. . .

29 Total

1,654,983,643

105,429,634

360,620,696

109,352,899

99,274,725

160,175,805

30
31

(180,453,120)
1,474,530,523

(9,155,026)
96,274,608

(37,712,388)
322,908,308

(19,326,840)
90,026,059

(16,428,504)
82,846,221

(11,519,875)
148,655,930

18,760,497,416

1,149,013,550

7,372,518,318

540,970,580

1,172,878,177

1,406,795,823

121,313,165
0
78,506,145
199,819,309

7,919,191
0
336,269
8,255,461

47,361,641
0
39,331
47,400,973

3,494,576
0
9,953
3,504,528

7,605,686
0
4,203
7,609,888

9,614,182
0
(88,785)
9,525,397

(1,156,797,676)
(2,097,555)
(1,158,895,231)

(39,804,383)
(74,297)
(39,878,680)

(313,796,613)
(729,155)
(314,525,769)

(42,716,899)
(54,974)
(42,771,873)

(65,585,542)
(10,279)
(65,595,821)

(69,361,025)
(120,020)
(69,481,045)

(959,075,922)
28,711,766

(31,623,219)
1,256,859

(267,124,796)
2,522,156

(39,267,344)
1,413,181

(57,985,932)
1,751,905

(59,955,648)
2,891,351

128,955,300
295,400,650

4,699,200
18,350,965

37,396,200
101,456,057

5,135,700
10,548,662

7,795,200
18,485,886

8,474,000
25,527,479

17,348,353,778

1,093,083,307

6,964,019,109

484,605,693

1,086,859,253

1,309,947,345

171,762,927

6,096,633

49,868,773

6,856,094

10,100,417

11,464,752

16,774,476,501

1,076,527,924

6,800,550,135

465,532,198

1,061,696,036

1,258,927,693

402,114,350
2,651,507,750
3,053,622,100

10,458,750
97,852,000
108,310,750

113,600,200
771,420,400
885,020,600

12,217,400
105,100,500
117,317,900

15,062,800
161,155,750
176,218,550

39,554,900
170,507,100
210,062,000

Reimbursements
Net expenses . . . .
PROFIT AND Loss

32 Current net income . . .
Additions to and deductions from
current net income5
33 Profits on sales of U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities
34 Profit on foreign exchange transactions . . . .
35 Other additions
36 Total additions . . . .
37 Losses on foreign exchange transactions . . .
38 Other deductions
39 Total deductions
40 Net addtions to or deductions ( — ) from
current net income
41 Cost of unreimbursed Treasury services
Assessments by Board
42 Board expenditures6
43 Cost of currency
44 Net income before payment to
U S Treasury
45 Dividends paid
46 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve notes)
47 Transferred to surplus .
48 Surplus, January 1
49 Surplus, December 31 .

148



70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19921—Continued
Dollars
Atlanta

Item

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT INCOME
...

231,213

403,053

1,300,667

554,580

180,646

681,722

...

584,086,217
195 621 407
92,977,699
692,820

2,145,434,724
257 123,513
99,463,226
952,994

432,402,201
52 606 3 1 1
30,872,707
253,027

255,108,267
56 065 690
40,733,402
449,419

470 007,424
79 665 515
48 337,755
107,338

645,882,649
168 875 236
53,344,955
290,689

1,916,002,802
269 109 456
91,162,291
1,125,923

873,609,356

1 Loans
2 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
3 Foreign currencies
4 Priced services
5 Other

2,503,377,510

516,974,803

353,657,445

598,672,612

868,574,175

2,278,082,194

77,324,778
20,375,430
1 636 053
3,735,201
2,325,782
10,509 949
1,112,598
5 754 751

90,838,796
22,449,851
955 689
4,222,085
4,334,676
9,594,569
989,319
6 140 565

37,067,307
9 195 081
817 399
I 948 207
1,556,991
4 053 560
589,922
3 262 950

37,950,193
8 560 144
1 424 007
2 266 213
2,073,586
5 738 104
457 643
2 161 529

54,919,567
14 616 290
689 009
2 591 317
1 502,577
5 983 218
750,176
3 345 383

55,690,342
12 944 810
932 340
2 387 032
2,171,104
4 869 062
911,293
3 920 803

97,375,319
22 857 247
1 160 355
4 352 902
3,472,122
10 615 245
667 675
5 668 407

1,768,180
3 104 326
2,327,123
1,229,812
2 458 119

1,276,525
4 649 505
2,518,235
2 016 872
5 067 774

467,756
1 845 743
1,583,692
414 712
826 055

923,326
1 244 003
939,176
517 921
648 959

842,022
3 210 652
1,518,966
307 044
912 063

2,377,097
2 471 471
2,053,148
1 633 386
1 538 706

2,420,373
5 665 357
3,526,384
253 296
2 125 497

820,731
2,057,272
7,408,769
5,962,848

1,071,816
3,285,886
13 106,225
8,825,071

210,073
454,140
3 133 021
1,911,667

651 398
687,087
4 456 801
2,672,577

280,921
2,341,675
2 674 234
1 952,564

668 144
1,280,452
5 887 544
2,853,256

I 099 748
2,357,709
10 358 048
6,208,115

13,536,275
4416 321
1,128,205
(2 693 365)
(308,927)

28,964,791
4 843 183
(5,715,685)
(3 369 408)
(102,070)

4,140,554
1 507 238
2,763,260
(1 295 976)
(77 447)

4 131 376
1 566 178
428 788
(996 350)
(241 946)

9 186,372
2 109 684
3 226,170
(917 480)
(355,804)

11,216,676
2 658 805
2,730,578
(1 756 557)
(343 938)

21,242,624
4 236 371
1,981,387
(4 006 326)
(73,534)

165,990,231

205,964,270

76,375,905

78,260,713

111,686,620

119,095,555

203,564,321

(14,092,111)
151 898 120

(19,557,478)
186 406 792

(10,000,764)
66 375 141

(6 856 866)
71 403 847

(11 819,229)
99 867 391

(8,862,605)
1 10 232 950

(15,121,434)
188 442 887

721 711 236

2 316 970718

450 599 662

282 253 598

498 805 221

758 341 226

2 089 639 308

4,094,691
0
3,353
4,098,044

15,087,036
0
1,612
15,088,647

3,154,072
0
78,092,927
81 246 999

1,760,568
0
91,948
1 852 516

3,308,309
0
6,055
3 314,363

4,565,278
0
4,244
4,569,522

13,347,935
0
5,036
13,352,971

(98,809,796)
(92 463)
(98 902,259)

(130,523,858) (104,732,235)
(34 020)
(104 317)
(HO 557 878) (104 836 552)

(28,370,062)
(117 722)
(28 487 784)

(40,451,609)
(440 742)
(40 892 351)

(86,081,023)
(36 341)
(86 117 364)

(136,564,631)
(283 224)
(136 847 856)

(94 804 215)
3,010,027

(115 469 230)
3,240,033

(23 589 553)
1,669,383

(26 635 268)
1,957,630

(37 577 988)
2,582,431

(81 547 843)
2,317,745

(123 494 885)
4,099,064

11,888,400
15,152,205

115,443,600
•13,248,750

3 183,400
7 170 003

3 431 000
6 643 480

4 810,500
7 858,863

10,274,600
14,354,345

16,423,500
36,603,955

596,856,389

2,149,569,105

414 987 323

243 586 220

445 975,439

649,846,693

1,909,017,904

16 384 793

19 888 622

4 091 876

4 681 827

6 210 600

13 076 651

23 041 886

533 630,395

2 104451,832

406 545 547

228 761 942

430 257,039

636,266 342

1,771,329,417

46,841,200
242,799,000
289 640 200

25,228,650
320 864,550
346 093 200

4,349,900
65 582 350
69 932 250

10,142,450
69 826 350
79 968 800

9 507,800
99 312,100
108 819 900

503,700
211,439,600
211 943 300

1 14,646,600
335,648,050
450 294 650

...

6 Total

840,557

CURRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and other personnel expenses . . . .
8 Retirement and other benefits2
9 Fees
10 Travel
1 1 Software expenses
...
12 Postage and other shipping costs
13 Communications . .
. ..
14 Materials and supplies
15
16
17
18
19

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other

Equipment
20 Purchases
21 Rentals
22 Depreciation
23 Repairs and maintenance . . .
24
25
26
27
28

Earnings-credit costs
Other
Shared costs, net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized4

29 Total
30
31

...

. ..
...
. ..

. ..

...

Reimbursements . . . .
Net expenses

...

PROFIT AND Loss
32 Current net income

33
34
35
36

Additions to and deductions from
current net income5
Profits on sales of U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities . . .
...
Profit on foreign exchange transactions . . .
Other additions
Total additions
. ..

37 Losses on foreign exchange transactions . . .
38 Other deductions
39 Total deductions
40 Net additions to or deductions ( — ) from
current net income
41 Cost of unreimbursed Treasury services . . .
Assessments by Board
42 Board expenditures6
43 Cost of currency

. ..
. ..

44 Net income before payment to
U S Treasury
45 Dividends paid
46 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve notes)
47 Transferred to surplus
48 Surplus January 1
49 Surplus December 31




...
...

149

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1992
Commercial and state-chartered savings banks

Number maintaining branches or additional offices

State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial

State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial

Jurisdiction
Total

United States . . . . 12,156

Nonmember

Member

Total

11,719

Total
Insured

Noninsured

National

State

Insured

Noninsured1

3,555

1,001

6,873

290

437

0

7,175

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Nonmember

Member
Total

Insured

Noninsured

32

304

0

0
0
0
0

11

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

National

State

Insured

Noninsured

6,871

2,279

590

3,970

149
7
26
196
355

149
7
26
196
355

37
4
9
69
106

12
0
4
7
24

100
3
13
120
214

Alabama . . . .
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California . , .

217
10
43
265
493

217
9
43
265
493

50
4
14
78
153

20
1
6
12
38

146
3
18
172
272

1
1
5
3
30

Colorado , . .
Connecticut
Delaware
.,
District of
Columbia . . .
Florida

357
103
43

357
50
42

178
13
16

46
1
2

120
35
21

13
1
3

0
53
1

0
0
0

127
84
13

127
33
12

73
10
6

15
0
0

39
23
6

0
0
0

0
51
1

0
0
0

22
426

22
426

20
145

0
85

2
183

0
13

0
0

0
0

15
300

15
300

14
114

0
55

1
129

0
2

0
0

0
0

406
21
20
1,058
264

406
21
20
1,036
262

77
2
6
314
73

15
0
3
69
28

313
15
11
624
159

1
4
0
29
2

0
0
0
22
2

0
0
0
0
0

253
17
14
538
215

253
17
14
538
213

52
2
4
202
67

10
0
3
33
22

191
13
7
301
124

0
2
0
2
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas , , . .
Kentucky
Louisiana . . .
Maine

542
511
313
221
41

542
511
313
220
24

90
144
83
42
7

33
17
7
6
3

418
342
221
170
12

1
8
2
2
2

0
0
0
1
17

0
0
0
0
0

287
218
233
174
37

287
218
233
174
21

55
75
65
36
6

18
10
4
5
3

214
133
164
133
11

0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts . . .
Michigan
Minnesota . . . .
Mississippi

99
182
221
594
121

97
67
221
594
120

26
25
54
151
27

14
4
50
27
2

56
37
115
412
91

1
1
2
4
0

2
115
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

82
152
185
265
101

82
46
185
265
101

23
21
49
87
23

11
1
46
8
2

48
24
90
169
76

0
0
0

0
106
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana . . . .
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire . .

514
122
373
20
59

514
122
373
20
36

80
35
106
6
7

27
38
7
3
2

400
48
257
9
20

7
1
3
2
7

0
0
0
0
23

0
0
0
0
0

328
24
136
13
36

328
24
136
13
20

57
10
55
4
5

17
6
4
1
1

253
8
77
8
12

0
0
0
2

1

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico . . . .
New York
North Carolina . . .
North Dakota . . . .

140
86
283
128
145

117
86
227
80
145

46
35
79
15
29

6
5
39
4
3

54
43
66
59
112

11
3
43
2
1

23
0
56
48
0

0
0
0
0
0

99
69
173
65
71

86
69
121
63
71

44
30
61
11
19

5
4
23
2
2

36
35
33
50
50

1
0
4
0
0

13
0
52
2
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma . . .
Oregon
Pennsylvania . . . .
Rhode Island . . . .

277
399
54
335
19

274
399
52
297
16

126
145
7
144
3

55
21
7
45
0

92
225
34
92
8

1
8
4
16
5

3
0
2
38
3

0
0
0
0
0

204
197
37
242
10

204
197
35
220
7

102
84
5
113
3

40
10
4
24
0

62
102
26
82
3

0
0

1
1

0
0
2
22
3

0
0
0
0
0

South Carolina . . .
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

81
122
255
1,078
60

81
122
254
1,078
60

27
20
45
540
8

3
21
4
48
8

50
80
199
479
39

1
1
6
11
5

0
0
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

58
57
189
460
27

58
57
188
460
27

24
9
36
207
7

2
12
2
22
5

32
36
150
231
15

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . . .
Wisconsin . .

28
171
113
161
457

23
171
98
161
452

10
42
23
64
93

0
99
1
24
22

12
30
67
73
329

1
0
7
0
8

5
0
15
0
5

0
0
0
0
0

24
133
76
120
260

19
133
64
120
260

8
33
15
54
68

0
78
1
20
9

11
22
48
46
182

0
0
0
0

5
0
12
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Wyoming . . . .
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands , . .

64
18

64
18

27
1
0

19
1
0

16
12
0

2
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

12
12
0

12
12
0

5
1
0

2

5
9
0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

150



0

1

0

1

1

1

0

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1992—Continued
Branches and additional offices
Class of bank

Location
State-chartered
savings

Commercial banks

Jurisdiction

Nonmember

Member

Total

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

National

Noninsured

Total

Outside head-office city
In
head-office
city

In
head-office
county

In
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties2

56,532

53,858

28,054

7,466

18,252

86

2,674

0

13,571

13,493

11,198

18,291

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

1,020
127
757
684
4,762

1,020
127
757
684
4,762

371
102
414
349
2,483

119
0
54
30
443

530
25
289
305
1,815

0
0
0
0
21

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

260
45
186
392
523

244
3
269
228
753

65
40
183
25
860

451
39
119
39
2,626

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia . .
Florida

273
1,070
173
171
2,945

273
562
168
171
2,934

189
367
39
166
1,890

26
0
0
0
472

58
3195
129
5
569

0
0
0
0
3

0
508
5
0
11

0
0
0
0
0

124
201
39
171
722

39
483
72
0
929

69
207
25
0
363

41
179
37
0
931

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,498
228
294
1,322
1,526

1,498
228
294
1,322
1,525

870
11
138
559
845

152
0
93
110
89

476
213
63
651
587

0
4
0
2
4

0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

429
90
36
622
526

320
63
16
413
525

235
3
44
200
199

514
72
198
87
276

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

644
527
917
1,020
441

644
527
917
1,020
323

169
267
394
475
65

51
12
115
48
124

424
248
408
497
133

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
118

0
0
0
0
0

251
261
496
361
40

230
78
308
327
128

110
38
63
110
131

53
150
50
222
142

1,318
1,574
2,706
639
847

1,318
967
2,706
639
847

691
547
943
343
323

185
5
866
13
13

•442
414
897
282
511

0
1
0
0

0
607
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

229
382
481
188
199

346
575
621
205
130

414
408
850
121
162

329
208
754
125
356

1,032
85
335
229
328

1,032
85
335
229
143

422
27
163
85
18

50
31
10
74
36

556
27
162
70
87

4
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
185

0
0
0
0
0

413
20
188
74
49

383
3
34
28
102

139
7
34
22
148

97
55
79
105
29

2,431
362
4,156
2,112
172

2,236
362
3,661
2,109
172

1,797
187
1,490
932
71

113
12
1,558
135
4

325
163
607
1,042
97

1
0
6
0
0

195
0
495
3
0

0
0
0
0
0

176
231
1,158
207
38

613
68
528
155
47

718
20
985
304
30

924
43
1,512
1,446
57

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,706
449
704
3,562
239

2,706
449
682
3,383
188

1,990
239
378
1,925
99

462
41
6
455
0

254
167
298
994
77

0
2
0
9
12

0
0
22
179
51

0
0
0
0
0

635
242
115
416
39

908
62
86
1,066
112

579
53
154
1,363
51

584
92
349
717
37

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

878
201
1,379
2,170
401

878
201
1,378
2,170
401

608
90
767
1,511
280

4
31
13
42
36

266
80
598
617
85

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

122
37
435
753
71

85
37
329
348
87

115
47
128
263
75

556
80
487
806
168

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

228
1,934
1,282
358
899

199
1,934
1,018
358
899

79
672
593
215
338

0
1,062
6
54
46

120
200
419
89
506

0
0
0
0
9

29
0
264
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

29
277
226
122
228

69
216
333
124
357

74
408
281
50
216

56
1,033
442
62
98

49
352
16

49
352
16

8
47
13

2
160
3

39
141
0

0
4
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

12
4
0

4
4
0

4
5
0

29
334
16

United States

. .

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
.
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

...

..

.

...

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands




1

151

72. Changes in number of banking offices in the United States during 1992
A. Head offices
State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial banks
Item

Total

Nonmember1

Member
Total

2

Total

National

State

Total

Insured

Insured3

Noninsured

Noninsured

12,156

11,719

4,556

3,555

1,001

7,163

6,873

290

437

0

2 New banks4
3 Ceased banking operations

96
-188

96
-164

49
-72

43
-52

6
-20

47
-92

47
-65

0
-27

0
= 24

0
0

Consolidations and absorptions
4 Banks converted into branches
5 Other
6 Net change

= 423
42
-473

-419
-63
-550

-208
-51
-282

-166
-79
-254

=42
28
-28

-211
-12
-268

-210
-58
-286

-1
46
18

=4
105
77

0

7 Number, December 31, 1991

12,629

12,269

4,838

3,809

1,029

7,431

7,159

272

360

0

1 Number, December 31, 1992
CHANGE IN NUMBER DURING 1992

0

B. Branches and additional offices
State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial banks
Item

Total

Member

Total

Nonmember
Insured

Total
1 Number, December 31, 1992

National

State

Total

Insured

Noninsured

Noninsured

56,532

53,858

35,520

28,054

7,466

18,338

18,252

86

2,674

0

1,755
423
-1,435
-132

1,624
417
-1,292
109

1,103
257
-985
335

872
199
-856
-476

231
58
-129
811

521
160
-307
-226

518
160
-287
-219

3
0
-20
-7

131
6
-143
= 241

0
0
0
0

611

858

710

-261

971

148

172

-24

-247

0

55,921

53,000

34,810

6,495

18,190

18,080

110

2,921

0

CHANGE IN NUMBER DURING 1992
2
3
4
5

Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted into branches
Discontinued
Other5

6 Net change
7 Number, December 31, 1991

152



28,315

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921
A. Domestic offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Members

Item
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

3,060,668

2,238,217

1,779,636

458,581

822,452

194,514
29,908
29,504
135,101

150,595
23,232
16,770
110,593

123,376
19,378
13,166
90,832

27,218
3,854
3,604
19,761

43,919
6,676
12,734
24,508

2,658,034

1,915,987

1,539,133

376,854

742,048

679,912

466,408

359,997

106,411

213,504

536,814
70,941
60,730

371,528
45,786
42,007

289,252
34,291
30,595

82,276
11,495
11,412

165,287
25,155
18,723

3,335
57,395
11,427
6,473
4,446
2,141
114
4,953
159,349
72,351
4,932
1,827,684
8,911
1,818,774

2,652
39,355
7,088
2,941
2,474
503
37
4,147
120,870
41,639
2,913
1,334,508
5,799
1,328,708

2,312
28,282
5,859
2,583
2,273
341
32
3,277
93,858
36,223
2,656
1,089,890
4,611
1,085,279

339
11,073
1,228
358
201
162
5
870
27,013
5,416
256
244,617
1,188
243,430

683
18,040
4,339
3,533
1,971
1,638
77
806
38,478
30,712
2,020
493,177
3,111
490,065

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development
27 Farmland
28 One- to four-family residential properties
29
Revolving, open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
AH other loans
.
3 1 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties

824,155
95,424
18,939
435,360
70,177
365,183
24,613
249,819

576,706
70,951
8,552
306,502
52,641
253,861
17,497
173,205

481,735
58,855
7,159
257,189
43,912
213,276
14,790
143,742

94,971
12,095
1,393
49,313
8,729
40,584
2,707
29,463

247,449
24,474
10,387
128,859
17,536
111,322
7,115
76,614

33
34
35
36
37

30,280
32,949
453,155
1,083

20,985
16,664
354,993
600

16,561
14,450
282,370
388

4,424
2,214
72,623
212

9,294
16,285
98,162
483

356,799
70,814
139,735

252,645
43,079
78,638

212,121
40,481
65,522

40,524
2,598
13,116

104,154
27,736
61,096

27,887
1,397
26,490
69,593
31,784
12,251
44,982
195,869

22,301
1,159
21,141
63,288
26,325
11,161
38,761
160,474

16,614
857
15,757
44,081
21,570
8,202
18,445
108,925

5,686
302
5,384
19,207
4,755
2,959
20,316
51,550

5,586
238
5,348
6,305
5,458
1,091
6,221
35,395

3,060,668

2,238,217

1,779,636

458,581

822,452

2,823,227

2,070,827

1,648,770

422,057

752,400

2,347,144
2,175,097
5,598
98,362
33,361
8,858
18,634
7,234

1,677,690
1,552,264
4,633
64,732
29,655
5,634
14,132
6,640

1,366,349
1,266,397
4,125
53,329
23,759
4,411
10,185
4,144

311,341
285,867
507
11,403
5,896
1,224
3,947
2,496

669,454
622,833
966
33,629
3,706
3,224
4,502
594

693,819
600,705
3,734
32,132
27,827
4,350
18,634
6,437

516,506
441,760
2,896
22,151
25,934
3,527
14,132
6,107

416,153
357,854
2,522
18,106
20,966
2,770
10,185
3,751

100,353
83,906
374
4,045
4,968
757
3,947
2,356

177,313
158,945
838
9,981
1,893
823
4,502
330

Total
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 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
..
12
All other
..
13 Equity securities
14
Marketable .
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other . .
17
LESS" Net unrealized loss
18
Other equity securities
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
20 Federal funds sold
21 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)

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

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)
Credit cards and related plans . . . ,
Other (includes single payment installment)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
Taxable
Tax-exempt
All other loans
Lease-financing receivables
+
Customers' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
....
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining assets

48 Total liabilities and equity capital
49 Total liabilities4

. .

50 Total deposits
5 1 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U.S. government
53 States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
.
57 All other
58 Total transaction accounts
59 Individuals partnerships and corporations
60 U.S. government
61 States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65 All other




....

153

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Members

Item

State

Nonmembers

Total
Total

,,..

436,257
361,164
3,515
14,425
27,797
4,287
18,634
6,434

338,823
275,082
2,725
11,365
25,932
3,481
14,132
6,106

268,243
219,004
2,364
9,249
20,965
2,726
10,185
3,750

70,579
56,078
361
2,116
4,966
754
3,947
2,356

97,434
86,082
790
3,061
1,865
806
4,502
328

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 repurchase5 . . . .
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining liabilities

1,653,325
1,574,392
1,864
66,230
5,534
4,508
797
247,786
36,531
25,924
12,964
85,120
12,480
1,660
32,824
116,073

1,161,184
1,110,504
1,737
42,581
3,721
2,108
533
210,595
26,736
14,155
11,731
60,968
11,389
901
26,186
97,553

950,196
908,542
1,604
35,223
2,792
1,641
394
147,281
22,901
12,193
8,951
43,891
8,408
831
24,176
73,058

210,987
201,961
133
7,358
928
467
139
63,313
3,835
1,962
2,779
17,076
2,981
71
2,010
24,495

492,141
463,888
127
23,648
1,813
2,401
264
37,192
9,795
11,770
1,234
24,152
1,091
759
6,638
18,520

237,441

167,390

130,866

36,524

70,051

37,105
19,863
4,040
1,333
448
997
173
2,621
6,614

35,842
19,813
3,826
1,295
386
997
173
2,506
6,390

21,903
10,460
3,441
1,016
237
707
173
1,788
3,666

13,939
9,353
385
278
149
290
0
718
2,724

1,263
50
214
38
61
0
0
114
224

148,447
54,439
40,488
5,446

106,882
39,207
28,669
2,103

87,771
33,422
24,352
1,798

19,111
5,785
4,318
304

41,565
15,232
11,819
3,344

35,042

26,567

22,553

4,013

8,475

436,654
257,132
681,325
250,302
27,912
253,562
1,910,888

329,391
185,097
454,596
170,340
21,760
175,612
1,338,868

270,050
140,270
379,061
147,266
13,549
146,104
1,098,106

59,341
44,827
75,535
23,074
8,211
29,508
240,762

107,262
72,035
226,729
79,963
6,152
77,951
572,020

1,791,917

1,306,590

1,067,070

239,520

485,328

251,420

173,849

144,823

29,026

77,571

432,594
244,036
257,719
727,444

327,184
175,877
175,390
491,247

267,093
133,072
150,593
404,935

60,091
42,805
24,797
86,312

105,410
68,158
82,329
236,197

11,756

4,695

3,737

958

7,061

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67 Individuals partnerships and corporations
68 U.S government
69 States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
7 1 Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
73 All other
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

National

90 Total equity capital6
MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts7
92 U.S. Treasury securities
93 U S government agency corporation obligations
94 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
95 Other bonds notes and debentures
96 Certificates of deposits
97 Commercial paper
98 Bankers acceptances
,
99 Other
100 Total individual retirement (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
102 Total brokered retail deposits
. .
103 Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
105 Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits' MMDAs)
106 Other savings deposits
107 Total time deposits of less than $100,000
108 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
109 Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
,
1 10 All negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
I l l Total time and savings deposits
....
,
....
Quarterly averages
1 12 Total loans
113 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
1 14 Money market deposit accounts
115 Other savings deposits .
,
.
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
117 All other time deposits
1 18 Number of banks

154



73. Insured commercia! bank assets and liabilities, 1992'—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

3,066,538

2,239,402

1,769,102

470,300

827,137

190,657
30,517
29,397
130,744

147,825
23,452
16,821
107,552

119,519
19,498
13,085
86,936

28,306
3,954
3,736
20,616

42,832
7,065
12,576
23,192

2,657,330

1,908,930

1,527,434

381,495

748,400

697,001

477,983

368,511

109,472

219,018

557,057
70,112
58,767

386,731
44,238
40,349

300,449
32,981
29,619

86,282
11,257
10,730

170,326
25,874
18,419

3,293
55,475
11,064
5,986
3,950
2,114
78
5,078
147,084
65,376
4,266
1,821,686
8,441
1,813,245

2,630
37,719
6,665
2,462
1,809
681
28
4,203
113,369
38,189
2,849
1,322,766
5,188
1,317,578

2,328
27,291
5,462
2,153
1,644
533
24
3,309
86,949
32,557
2,524
1,076,000
4,025
1,071,975

302
10,428
1,203
309
166
148
4
894
26,420
5,632
325
246,766
1,163
245,603

663
17,756
4,399
3,524
2,141
1,433
50
875
33,715
27,187
1,417
498,920
3,253
495,667

829,446
90,342
19,543
441,199
71,726
369,474
25,947
252,415

576,134
66,359
8,707
309,162
53,614
255,548
17,524
174,381

479,841
55,782
7,273
258,352
44,299
214,052
14,079
144,355

96,293
10,577
1,435
50,810
9,315
41,495
3,446
30,026

253,312
23,982
10,836
132,037
18,111
113,926
8,422
78,034

27,639
35,566
444,991
948

21,792
17,568
346,583
614

15,993
15,190
274,809
428

5,799
2,378
71,774
187

5,847
17,998
98,408
334

355,673
64,063
140,118

248,942
44,062
76,631

208,048
41,362
63,345

40,894
2,700
13,285

106,732
20,001
63,487

26,753
1,814
24,939
70,079
30,590
11,715
57,447
206,836

21,320
1,470
19,849
64,622
25,192
10,683
51,809
171,964

15,860
1,181
14,679
45,050
20,782
7,818
23,515
114,331

5,460
289
5,170
19,572
4,410
2,865
28,294
57,634

5,433
343
5,090
5,458
5,397
1,033
5,637
34,872

48 Total liabilities and equity capital

3,066,538

2,239,402

1,769,102

470,300

827,137

4

49 Total liabilities

2,819,709

2,064,531

1,632,246

432,285

755,178

50 Total deposits
5 1 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U S government
53 States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
57 All other

2,334,616
2,164,194
6,072
94,568
32,948
8,721
19,586
8,527

1,664,334
1,540,409
5,082
61,214
29,313
5,501
14,863
7,952

1,347,867
1,251,313
4,438
50,259
22,309
4,312
10,732
4,504

316,467
289,096
643
10,955
7,004
1,189
4,130
3,448

670,282
623,785
990
33,354
3,635
3,220
4,723
575

709,414
611,893
3,887
34,087
28,069
4,135
19,586
7,756

529,768
451,586
3,035
23,312
26,164
3,379
14,863
7,430

423,129
364,026
2,536
18,939
20,081
2,656
10,732
4,159

106,639
87,560
499
4,373
6,083
722
4,130
3,271

179,647
160,307
852
10,775
1,905
757
4,723
327

Total

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 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
12
All other
13 Equity securities
14
Marketable
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other
17
LESS" N e t unrealized loss . . .
. . . .
. . . .
18
Other equity securities
3
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
..
20 Federal funds sold
2 1 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)
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
.
26 Construction and land development
27 Farmland
. .
. .
28 One- to four-family residential properties
29
Revolving open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
All other loans
3 1 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties .
. . .
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33 Loans to depository institutions
34 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
.
..
35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 Acceptances o f other banks
. . .
37 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
.
.
38 Credit cards and related plans
39 Other (includes single payment installment)
40 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
41 Taxable
42 Tax-exempt
43 All other loans
44 Lease-financing receivables
45 Customers* liabilities on acceptances outstanding
..
46 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
47 Remaining assets
.
.

58 Total transaction accounts
59 Individuals partnerships and corporations
60 U S government
61 States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
6 5 A l l other
. . . .
. . .




155

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1992*—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Members

Item
Total
Total

State

Nonmembers

....

452,418
373,436
3,687
15,805
28,045
4,108
19,586
7,753

352,713
285,811
2,876
12,213
26,162
3,361
14,863
7,428

276,069
226,175
2,387
9,896
20,079
2,642
10,732
4,159

76,644
59,636
489
2,317
6,082
719
4,130
3,270

99,705
87,625
811
3,592
1,883
746
4,723
324

Total nontransaction 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 repurchase5 . . . .
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining liabilities

1,625,201
1,552,300
2,184
60,480
4,879
4,586
771
228,041
34,888
26,654
32,213
88,695
11,935
1,685
33,679
122,526

1,134,566
1,088,823
2,047
37,902
3,150
2,123
522
190,291
26,701
14,829
29,326
65,360
10,902
1,148
26,621
103,171

924,738
887,287
1,902
31,320
2,228
1,656
345
135,914
22,636
12,752
19,463
45,969
8,016
1,065
24,576
73,952

209,828
201,536
144
6,582
921
467
178
54,377
4,065
2,078
9,863
19,390
2,887
83
2,045
29,219

490,635
463,477
138
22,578
1,730
2,464
248
37,749
8,186
11,825
2,887
23,335
1,033
537
7,058
19,355

246,829

174,871

136,856

38,015

71,958

33,372
15,792
4,109
1,362
713
1,064
104
2,788
6,617

32,100
15,649
3,950
1,322
655
1,029
104
2,712
6,340

21,603
9,506
3,632
923
560
731
104
1,936
3,923

10,497
6,143
317
399
96
298
0
776
2,417

1,273
143
160
40
58
35
0
76
277

148,657
50,735
37,385
3,740

106,528
36,671
26,636
1,835

87,247
31,364
22,575
1,608

19,281
5,308
4,061
227

42,129
14,064
10,749
1,905

33,645

24,801

20,967

3,834

8,844

438,691
267,078
663,054
230,940
25,437
252,778
1,882,197

329,460
190,465
439,973
154,949
19,718
174,862
1,311,620

267,969
143,708
366,680
133,333
13,048
145,137
1,071,798

61,491
46,758
73,294
21,616
6,670
29,725
239,823

109,231
76,613
223,081
75,992
5,719
77,916
570,577

1,775,297

1,288,707

1,048,865

239,842

486,590

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67 Individuals partnerships and corporations
68 U S government
69 States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
7 1 Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
....
73 All other
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

National

....

90 Total equity capital6
MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts7
92 U S Treasury securities
93 U.S. government agency corporation obligations
94 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
95 Other bonds, notes, and debentures
96 Certificates of deposit
.
97 Commercial paper
98 Bankers acceptances
...
99 Other
100 Total individual retirement (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
...
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100,00 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100,000 or less
105
106
107
108
109
1 10
Ill

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits; 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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
112 Total loans
113 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
114 Money market deposit accounts
1 15 Other savings deposits
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
1 17
AH other time deposits
..
118 Number of banks

156



255,739

176,226

146,181

30,045

79,513

437,300
258,904
243,088
700,588

329,265
184,359
164,810
468,904

266,627
139,140
140,606
386,962

62,638
45,219
24,203
81,942

108,036
74,545
78,278
231,684

11,656

4,644

3,696

948

7,012

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
A, Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members
Total

1 Total assets2

National

State

Nonmembers

Total
. ...

3,091,436

2,268,439

1,768,669

499,770

822,997

...

182,820
31,108
27,086
124,626

142,056
23,929
15,184
102,944

115,496
19,655
12,118
83,723

26,560
4,274
3,066
19,220

40,764
7,180
11,902
21,682

2,683,952

1,939,045

1,528,667

410,378

744,907

721,328

501,931

381,328

120,602

219,398

581,069
70,977
58,025

408,487
45,096
41,083

313,837
32,813
28,828

94,650
12,283
12,255

172,582
25,881
16,942

3,244
54,781
11,258
5,827
4,298
1,589
59
5,430
151,290
66,592
4,888
1,819,371
8,038
1,811,333

2,633
38,451
7,265
2,654
2,024
652
22
4,611
114,862
38,453
3,775
1,327,420
5,167
1,322,252

2,278
26,551
5,851
2,202
1,717
504
19
3,648
86,841
32,729
3,088
1,064,281
3,783
1,060,498

355
11,900
1,414
451
307
148
3
963
28,021
5,725
686
263,139
1,385
261,754

612
16,330
3,993
3,174
2,273
937
37
819
36,428
28,139
1,114
491,951
2,870
489,081

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development
27 Farmland .
28 One- to four-family residential properties
29
Revolving open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
All other loans
31 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties

835,153
86,989
19,889
451,182
73,162
378,020
26,756
250,339

586,499
64,134
8,919
321,774
54,936
266,838
17,952
173,720

479,406
53,191
7,403
263,008
44,926
218,081
14,310
141,494

107,093
10,943
1,516
58,766
10,009
48,757
3,641
32,226

248,655
22,854
10,969
129,408
18,227
111,181
8,804
76,619

33
34
35
36
37

23,436
36,226
438,050
888

17,999
17,455
341,031
633

12,715
14,977
268,572
438

5,284
2,478
72,459
195

5,437
18,771
97,019
254

356,920
64,205
142,756

252,034
44,138
81,259

207,379
40,902
65,698

44,656
3,237
15,561

104,886
20,067
61,497

26,071
1,830
24,241
71,616
31,011
12,590
51,961
212,074

20,621
1,503
19,117
65,580
25,569
11,716
45,667
175,621

15,228
1,243
13,985
44,798
20,768
8,481
19,804
116,025

5,392
260
5,132
20,782
4,801
3,235
25,863
59,596

5,450
327
5,123
6,037
5,443
874
6,294
36,453

3,091,436

2,268,439

1,768,669

499,770

822,997
750,282

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 Other debt securities
.
...
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
12
All other
13 Equity securities
14
Marketable
.
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other
.
17
LESS* Net unrealized loss
18
Other equity securities
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
20 Federal funds sold
21 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)

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

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)
Credit cards and related plans
Other (includes single payment installment)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
Taxable
Tax-exempt
..
All other loans
Louse-financing receivables
Customers' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining assets

48 Total liabilities and equity capital
4

49 Total liabilities

2,836,059

2,085,778

1,627,574

458,204

50 Total deposits
51 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U S government
53 States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
...
57 All other

2,323,095
2,155,381
6,318
96,507
29,649
8,805
18,063
8,372

1,664,163
1,542,771
5,298
63,161
26,096
5,410
13,619
7,808

1,331,438
1,236,831
4,547
51,411
20,136
4,067
9,643
4,802

332,724
305,940
751
11,750
5,959
1,342
3,977
3,005

658,933
612,610
1,020
33,346
3,554
3,395
4,444
564

715,338
620,734
4,157
35,477
25,225
4,012
18,063
7,670

533,665
457,959
3,263
24,858
23,406
3,252
13,619
7,307

425,361
367,665
2,701
20,284
18,208
2,416
9,643
4,444

108,305
90,294
561
4,575
5,199
836
3,977
2,863

181,673
162,775
894
10,618
1,819
760
4,444
363

58 Total transaction accounts
59 Individuals partnerships, and corporations
60 U S government
61 States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65 All other




....

..

157

73* Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members

Total
Total

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67 Individuals partnerships and corporations
68 U.S. government
69 States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
7 1 Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
73 All other
74 Total nontransaction accounts
75 Individuals partnerships and corporations
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

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 repurchase5
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining liabilities

90 Total equity capital6
MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts7
92 U S Treasury securities
93 U S government agency corporation obligations
94 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
95 Other bonds notes and debentures
96 Certificates of deposit
97 Commercial paper
98 Bankers acceptances
99 Other
100 Total individual retirement (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100 00 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
105
106
107
108
109
1 10
Ill

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits; 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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
112 Total loans
1 13 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
114 Money market deposit accounts
115 Other savings deposits
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
1 17 All other time deposits

National

State

Nonmembers

452,724
377,981
3,956
15,884
25,199
3,991
18,063
7,650

351,178
288,053
3,093
12,481
23,404
3,238
13,619
7,290

276,053
228,787
2,546
10,041
18,206
2,403
9,643
4,427

75,125
59,266
547
2,440
5,198
835
3,977
2,863

101,545
89,927
863
3,404
1,795
753
4,444
359

1,607,757
1,534,647
2,161
61,030
4,424
4,793
701
248,545
39,004
28,837
34,043
89,219
12,776
1,768
31,502
126,613

1,130,497
1,084,812
2,035
38,303
2,690
2,158
500
208,239
29,557
17,248
30,900
63,637
11,902
1,189
23,743
105,749

906,078
869,166
1,846
31,128
1,929
1,651
358
148,331
25,022
14,242
20,450
44,462
8,629
1,111
21,209
73,152

224,419
215,646
189
7,175
761
507
142
59,908
4,535
3,006
10,449
19,175
3,273
78
2,534
32,597

477,260
449,835
126
22,727
1,735
2,635
201
40,306
9,447
11,589
3,143
25,582
874
579
7,759
20,865

255,377

182,661

141,095

41,566

72,716

39,979
20,865
3,442
1,246
2,566
781
159
3,089
6,902

38,054
20,543
2,936
1,148
2,524
731
159
2,933
6,638

23,502
11,899
2,592
701
1,947
683
159
2,030
3,090

14,552
8,643
344
447
578
48
0
903
3,548

1,925
322
506
98
42
50
0
156
264

148,081
47,257
34,959
3,781

106,776
34,158
24,931
1,981

86,144
28,192
20,897
1,658

20,632
5,966
4,034
323

41,304
13,098
10,029
1,800

31,179

22,950

19,239

3,711

8,229

447,980
275,984
641,162
220,054
22,576
258,517
1,870,372

339,865
196,309
428,319
148,449
17,555
180,363
1,312,984

272,365
146,259
350,979
125,003
11,472
147,623
1,055,385

67,500
50,050
77,340
23,446
6,083
32,740
257,599

108,115
79,675
212,843
71,605
5,022
78,154
557,387

1,775,206

1,296,037

1,042,280

253,757

479,169




181,974

148,641

33,334

79,279

341,476
193,026
153,770
462,621

272,706
143,720
129,791
374,103

68,770
49,306
23,979
88,518

107,215
77,368
72,807
221,133

11,543

158

261,253
448,691
270,395
226,577
683,753

4,614

3,649

965

6,929

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

3,149,138

2,312,373

1,804,179

508,194

836,765

213,221
31,908
32,810
148,503

165,754
25,004
18,647
122,102

129,792
20,470
14,376
94,946

35,962
4,534
4,271
27,156

47,467
6,904
14,163
26,401

2,712,269

1,958,702

1,545,480

413,222

753,567

734,154

512,202

388,638

123,564

221,952

595,464
70,635
56,942

418,955
44,166
41,623

321,248
31,607
29,633

97,707
12,560
11,990

176,509
26,469
15,318

3,792
53,150
11,113
5,245
3,321
1,986
62
5,867
157,127
76,064
6,477
1,828,414
7,426
1,820,988

3,180
38,444
7,457
2,449
1,525
948
24
5,008
118,249
45,596
4,468
1,332,869
4,618
1,328,251

2,846
26,787
6,150
2,114
1,319
815
20
4,036
93,301
39,218
3,412
1,066,761
3,220
1,063,541

334
11,657
1,307
335
206
133
4
972
24,949
6,379
1,056
266,108
1,398
264,710

612
14,706
3,656
2,796
1,796
1,038
38
860
38,877
30,468
2,008
495,545
2,808
492,737

840,279
77,994
19,863
459,916
73,150
386,766
26,931
255,576

588,460
57,189
8,887
328,566
55,015
273,551
18,505
175,313

479,213
47,069
7,375
267,719
44,718
223,001
14,834
142,216

109,247
10,120
1,512
60,847
10,297
50,550
3,671
33,097

251,819
20,805
10,975
131,350
18,135
113,216
8,426
80,263

22,360
34,645
439,468
1,244

16,927
17,140
342,516
746

12,056
14,440
269,800
548

4,872
2,700
72,716
198

5,433
17,505
96,953
498

362,527
65,777
142,249

255,586
44,894
79,712

209,923
41,364
63,981

45,663
3,530
15,732

106,941
20,884
62,537

24,709
1,651
23,058
71,968
31,214
12,550
63,606
211,098

19,474
1,372
18,102
66,311
25,710
11,812
57,221
176,105

14,095
975
13,120
45,892
20,794
8,714
31,018
120,194

5,378
396
4,982
20,419
4,916
3,098
26,203
55,911

5,236
279
4,956
5,657
5,504
738
6,385
34,993

3,149,138

2,312,373

1,804,179

508,194

836,765

49 Total liabilities

2,887,426

2,124,193

1,659,271

464,922

763,234

50 Total deposits
51 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U S government
53 States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
57 All other

2,391,613
2,217,952
8,991
95,202
32,198
9,373
20,416
7,481

1,720,092
1,593,525
7,304
62,243
28,606
5,989
15,477
6,949

1,369,854
1,270,830
5,950
50,041
22,153
4,695
11,624
4,562

350,238
322,696
1,354
12,202
6,453
1,294
3,853
2,386

671,520
624,426
1,688
32,959
3,592
3,384
4,939
532

58 Total transaction accounts
59 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
50 U S government
61 States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65 All other
. ..

805,494
700,210
8,127
38,015
27,398
4,511
20,416
6,817

606,329
521,806
6,572
26,457
25,871
3,680
15,477
6,466

480,398
414,972
5,407
21,242
20,169
2,742
11,624
4,242

125,931
106,835
1,165
5,214
5,702
938
3,853
2,223

199,165
178,404
1,555
11,558
1,527
831
4,939
351

Total
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 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
12
A l l other
. . .
.
13 Equity securities
14
Marketable
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other
.
17
LESS' Net unrealized loss
18
Other equity securities
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
20 Federal funds sold
.
.
21 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)
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development
27 Farmland
.
28 One- to four-family residential properties
29
Revolving open-end loans , and extended under lines of credit . . .
30
All other loans
3 1 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

.

...

.

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) . . .
Credit cards and related plans
. . .
Other (includes single payment installment)
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
Taxable
Tax-exempt
All other loans
...
Lease-financing receivables
..
Customers* liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining assets
.

48 Total liabilities and equity capital
4




....

159

73* Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
A, Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Members
State

Nonmembers

Total
Total
66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67 Individuals partnerships and corporations
68 US. government
69 States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
7 1 Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
73 All other
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

,
„

Total nontransaction 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 repurchase5 . . . .
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining liabilities

90 Total equity capital6 . . .
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

MEMO
Assets held in trading accounts7
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

100 Total individual retirement (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100,00 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100,000 or less
105
106
107
108
109
1 10
HI

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits* 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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
1 12 Total loans
1 13 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone and preauthorized transfer accounts) . . . .
Nontransaction accounts
1 14 Money market deposit accounts
115 Other savings deposits
.
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more , , ,
1 17 All other time deposits
1 18 Number of banks

160



National

507,965
423,461
7,965
17,457
27,364
4,488
20,416
6,813

396,763
325,077
6,442
13,768
25,870
3,665
15,477
6,464

309,134
254,213
5,289
10,871
20,168
2,727
11,624
4,242

87,629
70,864
1,153
2,897
5,702
938
3,853
2,222

111,203
98,384
1,524
3,689
1,494
823
4,939
349

1,586,119
1,517,742
864
57,187
4,800
4,862
664
250,557
36,904
29,573
22,418
92,755
12,756
1,941
23,598
115,386

1,113,763
1,071,719
732
35,786
2,735
2,308
483
211,653
29,281
18,373
20,122
65,083
12,018
1,381
14,248
93,843

889,456
855,858
543
28,798
1,984
1,953
320
152,636
23,572
15,909
13,577
46,032
8,897
1,144
12,320
67,131

224,307
215,861
188
6,988
751
356
163
59,017
5,709
2,464
6,546
19,051
3,120
237
1,928
26,713

472,356
446,022
133
21,401
2,065
2,554
181
38,904
7,623
11,200
2,296
27,672
738
560
9,350
21,543

261,712

188,180

144,908

43,272

73,532

32,542
14,776
3,436
1,525
1,794
1,080
29
2,314
6,700

30,994
14,643
3,019
1,435
1,737
930
29
2,159
6,619

19,403
8,646
2,410
871
1,593
667
29
1,429
3,369

11,591
5,997
608
565
144
263
0
730
3,250

1,547
132
417
90
57
150
0
155
81

147,905
45,352
34,112
3,668

106,735
32,380
24,329
2,046

86,197
26,897
20,374
1,819

20,537
5,483
3,955
226

41,170
12,972
9,783
1,623

30,444

22,284

18,555

3,729

8,160

453,645
287,834
624,143
200,113
20,384
291,251
1,883,647

343,444
203,548
417,854
133,218
15,700
205,785
1,323,330

274,434
151,339
342,576
111,488
9,618
167,937
1,060,720

69,010
52,209
75,278
21,730
6,081
37,847
262,610

110,202
84,286
206,289
66,895
4,684
85,467
560,318

1,786,010

1,298,590

1,040,132

258,458

487,421

276,771

193,774

158,405

35,369

82,997

456,498
282,246
209,136
659,776

345,856
199,489
140,663
444,967

274,595
148,233
117,893
359,841

71,261
51,256
22,770
85,127

110,642
82,757
68,472
214,808

11,417

4,545

3,592

953

6,872

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
1 Total assets

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
..
3 Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
and coin
. ..
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
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 Non- interest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United
States (included in balances due from depository institutions in the
United States)

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Federal funds sold
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 , .

49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Under 100

1,909,059

429,927

1,556,939

1,147,814

355,915

279,893

191,814

85,379

106,435

66,848

21,230

n.a.

79,014
n.a.
n.a.
30,280
68,156
14,364

2,100
n.a.
n.a.
20,427
62,667
185

76,914
61,434
15,480
9,853
5,489
14,179

34,168
22,865
11,304
17,621
3,414
11,645

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

7,226

13,872

8,407

t

n.a.

t

1,494,317

1,022,145

320,048

709,217

297,396

29,305

268,091

291,532

120,289

541,934
n.a.
n.a.

217,239
79,878
137,361

5,120
4,069
1,051

212,119
75,809
136,309

228,338
95,398
132,940

96,357
n.a.
n.a.

156,419
n.a.
71,588
n.a.

78,408
58,953
22,470
29,100

671
380
647
967

77,736
58,573
21,823
28,133

57,380
75,560
33,914
23,685

20,631
n.a.
15,203
n.a.

3,343
56,747
n.a.
12,665
6,740
4,459
2,397
116
5,925

2,048
27,052
22,550
6,036
2,310
1,379
954
23
3,726

8
959
21,331
1,239
267
14
255
2
972

2,040
26,093
1,219
4,798
2,043
1,365
698
20
2,754

1,130
22,555
388
5,207
3,362
2,093
1,318
49
1,844

165
7,141
n.a.
1,423
1,068
987
124
44
355

159,631
135,707
23,923
2,033,397
10,075
2,023,322
55,339
319
1,967,663

82,348
63,357
18,991
1,155,815
3,831
1,151,984
37,091
319
1,114,574

282
n.a.
n.a.
205,712
1,165
204,548
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

82,066
n.a.
n.a.
950,103
2,666
947,437
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

56,747
51,978
4,769
693,632
4,736
688,896
15,030
0
673,866

20,536
20,373
163
183,949
1,509
182,441
3,218
0
179,223

409,055

24,217

341,113
30,030
6,666
181,023
29,336
151,687
11,455
1 1 1 ,939
10,492
9,883
404
206

98,204
5,815
10,074
54,173
3,055
51,117
1,990
26,153
162
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

45,660
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

35,006
16,851
1,067
17,089

15,381
572
216
14,592

384,838
59,579
2,198
200,165
37,786
162,379
11,168
111,727
19,625
16,278
851
2,496

33,226
548,199
n.a.
n.a.
1,570
n.a.
n.a.

5,323
388,636
313,779
74,858
930
459
471

277
95,044
22,158
72,887
487
108
380

5,046
293,592
291,621
1,971
443
351
91

9,965
127,296
126,717
579
353
n.a.
n.a.

17,939
32,267
n.a.
n.a.
287
n.a.
n.a.

375,345
129,102
246,243

164,796
58,287
106,509

18,546
n.a.
n.a.

146,250
n.a,
n.a.

178,499
69,125
109,374

32,050
1,689
30,361

t

„ . ..

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans . . . ,
U S addressees (domicile)
. .
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)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)




Over 100

848,372

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 mortgages
16
All other
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . .
18 Other domestic debt securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
20
All other domestic debt securities
21
Foreign debt securities
22 Equity securities
.
23
Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS* Net unrealized loss
27
Other equity securities
. ...

Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
40 One- to four-family residential properties
41
Revolving, open-end loans, extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans
43 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
44 Nonfarm nonresident! al properties .
45 Loans to depository institutions
46
Commercial banks in the United States
47 Other depository institutions in the United States
48
Banks in foreign countries
. .

Domestic

2,836,511

10 Total securities, loans- and lease-financing receivables, net

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Foreign

3,412,788

2

t

t

161

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Banks with domestic
offices only 9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States (includes nonratcd industrial development obligations) .
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 AH other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

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
Customers1 liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
74 Intangible assets
75 Other assets

Foreign

28,143

15,786

1,528

1,076

26,615
116,951

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

14,710
106,486
25,951
80,535

n.a.
n.a.

35,929
78,042
51,901
28,422
2,936
15,774

29,797
76,003
28,197
17,650
2,538
15,453

n.a.
12,337
106,973

34278
,1,8

77 Total liabilities4
78 Limited-life preferred stock

3,175,345
10

1,793,998

79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81 U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified and official checks
88 All other10

2,656,610

1,387,607

Over 100

15,529

11,072

945

406

14,584
59,128

10,666

Under 100

1,285
46
1,240
1,298
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
n.a.

906

9,167
85

n.a.
n.a.

58,222
14,313
4,0
399

9,082
2,029
7,053

4,145

25,652
35,065

5,676

1,817

456
223

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

17,875
8,722

5,829
2,050

339
308

59
12

47,358
2,4
506
22,313

n.a.
7,115

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, and equity capital

256
131
126

Domestic

40,836

44,982

n.a.

75,971

n.a.
n.a.

4,794
24,967

6,036

1,909,059

n.a.

1,147,814

355,915

1,058,072

323,275

0

429,925

n.a.
3945
0,6
188,438

1,441,880

2

n.a.
1,078,142
995,385
3,567
34,894
2,0
340
3,789
590
,0

n.a.
428

952,686
888,550

316,316
291,163

1,598

433

43,175
8,655
3,962

20,292

1,306
1,107
n.a.
n.a.
1,987
28

18,896

1,123

146
36

1,057

10,084

6,564

89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 U.S. government
92 States and political subdivisions in the United States
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other

345,281
292,154
209
,4
11,225
20,549

262,263
232,276

99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 U.S. government
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States .
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States . . . .
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Ill U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States .
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
115
Other commercial banks in the United States
116 Other depository institutions in the United States . . . .
117 Banks in foreign countries
118
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
119
Other banks in foreign countries
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 All other

247,761
198,491

147,644
126,691

40,852
35,982

1,981

1,205
5,311

329
1,651
703
188
n.a.
n.a.
1,987
12

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
130 All other liabilities 6
131 Total equity capital

162



19,692

20,019
11,141

101,075

2,913

1,345

340

14,151
6,568

6,755

780

1,240
110
9

10,084

6,564

5,526

n.a.

7,463
20,549
2,890
5,525

n.a.

6,545

778

1,209
110
9

10,084

6,564

n.a.

86,276
76,275

n.a.

710
197
n.a.
n.a.
1,987
12

732,861
703,230

6043
9,2
656,274

1,518

253

93

23,669

2,2
904
2,088

13,537

2,851
265
2,586

876
373
4
370
344
n.a.
248,131
157,565
90,567
n.a.
122,725
15,830
2,4
485

n.a.
9,4
420
237,433

185,676
121,033
6,4
462

n.a.

345
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

185,331

n.a.
n.a.

172
1,916
2,722

36
7
29
27
n.a.
59,562
35,417
24,146
2,399
25,330

230,040
214,888

596
n.a.
n.a.
910
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
16
2,893

1,114
1,779
152
726
12
93

9,6
669
15,509
23,185

3,0
766
3,350

10,413
5,6
904
12,160

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

32,824

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

16,218
89,734

3,083
32,638

74,938
115,061

308
1,568

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item
Total

Total
MEMO
132 Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
1 33 Total individual retirement (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
....
134 Total brokered deposits
135 Total brokered retail deposits
. ..
136 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
137 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by the
broker in shares of $100 000 or less
138 Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits* MMDAs)
139 Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)
, ...
140 Total time deposits of less than $100 000
141 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
142 Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
143 All negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super
NOWs)
144 Total time and savings deposits
Quarterly averages
145 Total loans
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
147 Transaction accounts in domestic offices (NOW accounts, automated
transfer service (ATS) accounts, and telephone and preauthorized
transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts in domestic offices
148 Money market deposit accounts
149 Other savings deposits
150 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
151 All other time deposits
. ..
152 Number of banks




Banks with domestic
offices only 9

Banks with foreign offices8
Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

ir
11, 756

224

1^

66
39,340
33,360
126,502
29,842
996

96,676
830,381

112,723
805,042

44,163
275,465

685,132

180,752

10,991

n.a.

111,680

44,195

232,814
109,197
128,241
273,569

^r

11,604
164,262
109,051
316
97,522
3,738

95,545

n. a.

n.a.
18,391
628
596
529

16,035

n.a.

<H I
li

1,643
63,671
17,454
15,454
3,851

926,034

n. a.

1, 78
*
I i

767
66,385
36,356
24,438
1,066

23,372
233,052
114,721
238,973
122,938
23,177

1 LL

161,546
103,426
99,736
324,996

38,234
31,413
29,742
128,879

2,866

8,666

n.a.

163

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition .Q2
Banks with domestic
offices only 9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
2

1 Total assets

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
and coin
...
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
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
9 Non-interest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United
States (included in balances due from depository institutions in the
United States)
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
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
AH other
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . .
18 Other domestic debt securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
20
All other domestic debt securities . . .
21 Foreign debt securities
22 Equity securities . . .
23
Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS* Net unrealized loss
27
Other eouity securities
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Federal funds sold
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
37 Loans secured by real estate
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
..
40 One- to four-family residential properties
41
Revolving open-end loans, extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans
43 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties . .
44 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
45 Loans to depository institutions
46 Commercial banks in the United States
47 Other depository institutions in the United States
48 Banks in foreign countries
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
U S addressees (domicile)
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)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment) . . . .

164



Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under UX)

3,416,894

1,903,778

441,481

1,553,423

1,157,493

355,623

275,025

189,672

84,368

105,304

64,603

20,750

81,103
n.a.
n.a.
28,843
68,761
10,966

1,982
n.a.
n.a.
18,751
63,487
148

79,121
63,334
15,787
10,092
5,274
10,818

34,822
23,434
11,387
17,464
2,058
10,259

n.a.

n.a.

7,041

n.a.

n.a.

n.a,

t

14,058

8,298

1,035,132

320,505

272,154

303,781

121,066

218,533
79,330
139,203

241,217
101,356
139,862

97,307
n.a.
n.a.

1,128
323
634
840

75,931
63,272
20,733
27,012

58,208
81,654
33,835
23,357

20,426
n.a.
15,544
n.a.

1,803
26,049
22,584
5,924
2,267
1,182
1,090
6
3,657

3
837
21,377
1,255
292
25
268
1
962

1,800
25,212
1,207
4,669
1,974
1,157
822
5
2,695

1,346
22,012
375
4,996
2,991
1,884
1,144
37
2,005

147
6,669
n.a,
1,399
1,021
909
148
36
378

148,152
126,988
21,163
2,031,129
9,675
2,021,454
54,854
291
1,966,310

78,509
61,612
16,897
1,145,534
3,697
1,141,837
36,384
291
1,105,163

1,068
n.a.
n.a.
209,443
1,234
208,209
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

77,441
n.a.
n.a.
936,091
2,463
933,628
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

53,282
49,186
4,096
697,804
4,497
693,307
15,237
0
678,070

16,361
16,190
170
187,791
1,481
186,310
3,233
0
183,077

853,185

402,988

23,739

349,746
29,406
6,958
186,358
30,403
155,955
11,911
115,113
10,724
10,084
411
229

100,451
5,986
10,424
55,230
3,101
52,129
2,083
26,729
133
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
2,841,306

1,485,669

726,844

301,998

29,843

562,794
n.a.
n.a.

224,270
83,615
140,655

5,737
4,286
1,451

155,693
n.a.
70,747
n.a.

77,059
63,596
21,368
27,853

3,296
54,730
n.a.
12,319
6,278
3,975
2,382
79
6,041

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

43,490
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

32,633
13,269
778
18,587

15,851
826
14
15,011

379,249
54,950
2,162
199,611
38,221
161,390
11,953
110,573
16,782
12,442
764
3,576

35,857
543,046
n.a.
n.a.
1,688
n.a.
n.a.

5,521
382,183
304,855
77,328
1,188
460
727

291
98,055
23,275
74,780
739
82
658

5,230
284,128
281,580
2,548
449
379
70

10,804
128,527
128,007
520
305
n.a.
n.a.

19,532
32,337
n.a.
n.a.
195
n.a.
n.a.

375,547
129,364
246,184

171,366
65,300
106,066

19,874
n.a.
n.a.

151,492
n.a.
n.a.

172,051
62,307
109,744

32,130
1,756
30,373

t

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations) .
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
«. .
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
, ..
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

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' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
74 Intangible assets
75 Other assets

Foreign

26,947

15,007

1,883

1,264

25,064
116,575

13,743
106,199
24,544
81,655

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
34,793
81,718
52,692
28,494

3,181
15,381

194
70
124
4,9
646
23,506
22,990

Domestic

Over 100

14,813

10,669

1,194

568

13,618
59,703

10,101
9,077

Under 100

1,271
51
1,220
1,299
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

78

58,665
14,765
43,900

8,999

n.a.
n.a.
28,448
79,853
28,630
17,944
2,776
15,069

1,038

4,203
48,231

24,245
31,508

5,901
1,669

444
196

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

18,213
8,584

5,849

341
298

1,965
64
13

n.a.
5,193

n.a.
421

2,106
6,892

n.a.

57,447

14,220
104,877

8,605
75,558

n.a.
n.a.

23,460

5,860

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, and equity capital

3,416,894

1,903,778

n.a.

1,157,493

355,623

77 Total liabilities4
78 Limited-life preferred stock

3,170,064
9

1,783,128

1,064,573

322,362

7

2

79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81 U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified and official checks
88 All other10

2,638,125

1,362,840

1,059,331
977,766
3,905
31,595
23,366

960,624
896,678

314,660
289,750

20,948

3,401
7,167
1,140

4,104
148
43

1,189

10,991

6,606

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

T
20,775

0

22,088
22,0*
12,180

441,480

n.a.
303,510
187,137

94,236

14274
,3,7

n.a.

89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 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

353,116
297,197
2,098
11,387
21,168

99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 " -government
U.S.
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
111 U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
115
Other commercial banks in the United States
116 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
117 Banks in foreign countries
118
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
119
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 All other

257,987
205,733
2,058
7,765
21,168
2,670

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
130 All other liabilities
131 Total equity capital6




1,721

447

42,957
8,368

20,016

269,915
238,417

1,214
1,217
n.a.
n.a.
1,989
29
86,383
76,280

1,443

346

15,741

6,959

851

6,291
1,282
126
10

10,991

666
,0

610
183
n.a.
n.a.
1,989
16

2,671
6,753

n.a.

n.a.
153,095
131,239

41,335
36,463

1,297

332
1,752
609
174
n.a.

6,288
6,267

6,751
850

1,263
126
10

10,991

6,606

n.a.

n.a.

706,215
680,569

690,710
658,261

n.a.

1,989
16
228,277
213,470

1,807

211

100

2,0
028

27,216
2,078

13,057

2,198
154
204
,4

730
413
4
409
290
n.a.
228,513
146,783
81,729

166,970
111,895
55,075

472
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

131,657
15,448
27,370

107,106
15,137
25,685

42,962

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
96,738
246,821

78,157
120,650

3,513
n.a.

166,498

n.a.
n.a.
27,231
64,144
11,624

n.a.

129
1,948
2,822

22
8
15
33
58,329
33,495
24,834
4,590
23,472

298
1,595

33,679

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

15,665
92,912

604
n.a.
n.a.
1,034
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
12

3,213
1,392
1,820
391
1,079
13
90
n.a.
2,916
33,259

165

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition ,Q2
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement (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
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits' MMDAs)
Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super
NOWs)
Total time and savings deposits
.
..

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans
,
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States . . . .
. .
147 Transaction accounts in domestic offices (NOW accounts, automated
transfer service (ATS) accounts, and telephone and preauthorized
transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts in domestic offices
148 Money market deposit accounts
149 Other savings deposits
150 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
151 All other time deposits . . .
152 Number of banks

166



ir

11,(>56

if
2.19

1P

n.a.
18,482
591
558
488

10,916
166,952
116,036
314
90,090
3,660

70
39,221
35,313
123,902
28,844
996

94,400
801,344

114,600
807,529

43,778
273,325

683,470

183,148

10,818

n.a.

94,482

n. a.

1,067
65,101
15,596
13,257
2,341

116,178

45,079

232,838
112,201
121,616
252,738

ji

697
65,074
34,548
23,570
911

15,156

n. a.

t 147

Over 100

908,678

n. a.

U 44
ii

Domestic

22,659
232,518
115,729
225,180
112,006
20,782

ji

Foreign

165,482
112,654
92,595
321,608

38,981
34,049
28,877
126,242

2,855

8,582

n.a.

Under 100

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition Q3
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
2

1 Total assets

. .

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
and coin
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
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 bank's . . .
8 Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks .
*
9 Non-interest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United
States (included in balances due from depository institutions in the
United States)
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
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 Other domestic debt securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
20
All other domestic debt securities
21 Foreign debt securities
22 Equity securities . .
23
Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
...
25
Other
26
LESS* Net unrealized loss
27
Other equity securities
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Federal funds sold
...
. . .
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
37 Loans secured by real estate
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
....
40 One- to four-family residential properties
41
Revolving open-end loans, extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans
43 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
44 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
...
. .
45 Loans to depository institutions
46 Commercial banks in the United States
47 Other depository institutions in the United States
48 Banks in foreign countries
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers . . .
Commercial and industrial loans
U S addressees (domicile)
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)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)




Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

3,456,567

1,916,851

448,594

1,551,720

1,182,659

357,056

264,219

182,463

81,399

101,064

61,814

19,943

75,014
n.a.
n.a.
26,341
66,177
14,931

1,885
n.a.
n.a.
17,723
61,536
255

73,128
57,106
16,023
8,619
4,641
14,676

33,259
21,575
11,684
16,170
2,045
10,339

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

6,229

12,926

7,931

n.a.

n.a.

1,060,843

322,502

n.a.

t
I

2,870,597

1,487,252

750,878

311,313

29,550

281,763

319,296

120,269

585,131
n.a.
n.a.

232,892
87,038
145,854

4,063
2,559
1,504

228,829
84,479
144,350

255,879
108,517
147,362

96,360
n.a.
n.a.

154,242
n.a.
71,554
n.a.

75,618
70,236
21,071
26,627

1,198
306
577
285

74,420
69,930
20,493
26,342

58,809
88,553
34,482
23,558

19,815
n.a.
16,001
n.a.

3,244
53,350
n.a.
12,488
6,168
4,328
1,899
59
6,320

1,795
24,832
24,776
5,947
2,143
1,295
851
3
3,805

0
285
23,395
1,230
340
30
310
0
890

1,795
24,547
1,381
4,718
1,803
1,264
542
3
2,915

1,308
22,250
335
5,042
2,938
2,072
895
29
2,104

142
6,267
n.a.
1,498
1,087
961
152
26
411

151,639
125,811
25,828
2,032,368
9,168
2,023,201
54,810
311
1,968,080

80,158
59,218
20,940
1,135,396
3,519
1,131,877
35,786
311
1,095,781

348
n.a.
n.a.
212,997
1,130
211,867
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

79,810
n.a.
n.a.
922,399
2,389
920,010
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

54,543
49,823
4,720
706,976
4,218
702,758
15,753
0
687,004

16,938
16,770
168
189,996
1,430
188,566
3,271
0
185,295

858,211

397,656

23,058

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

39,746
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

30,222
10,746
714
18,763

16,309
728
29
15,552

374,599
51,472
2,153
202,379
38,867
163,513
12,168
106,426
13,913
10,017
685
3,211

357,887
29,298
7,194
192,250
31,155
161,095
12,462
116,683
9,373
8,678
374
321

102,668
6,219
10,541
56,552
3,141
53,412
2,126
27,230
150
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

36,578
536,257
n.a.
n.a.
1,835
n.a.
n.a.

5,198
377,333
299,144
78,189
1,402
374
1,028

353
98,207
22,531
75,676
947
7
940

4,845
279,126
276,613
2,513
455
367
88

11,380
127,064
126,581
484
287
n.a.
n.a.

20,000
31,860
n.a.
n.a.
145
n.a.
n.a.

378,574
129,655
248,918

171,613
65,450
106,163

21,654
n.a.
n.a.

149,959
n.a.
n.a.

174,827
62,370
112,456

32,134
1,835
30,299

t

t

t

167

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations) .
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans

26,361

Foreign

14,325

1,986

1,409

24,375
119,719

12,916
109,041
24,385
84,655

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

291
156
135
48,103
23,486
24,617

Domestic

Over 100

14,035

10,718

1,253

529

12,782
60,937

10,189

900

9,416
79

Under 100

1,318
48
1,270
1,263
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

60,038
15,492
4,4
456

9,337
2,038
7,300

35,087
88,597
52,826
28,501
3,574
16,374

28,606
86,668
2,6
844
18,033
3,078
16,003

406
,7
48,498

24,530
38,049

6,023

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

18,490
8,533

n.a.
14,473
117,406

n.a.

51,961

n.a.

8,664
86,227

n.a.
n.a.

5,394
25,026

n.a.
415
6,153

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, and equity capital

3,456,567

1,916,851

1,182,659

3706
5,5

77 Total liabilities4
78 Limited-life preferred stock

3,201,185
7

1,791,577

1,086,456

323,151

79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81 U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified and official checks
88 All other10

2,624,962
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
19,180

1,336,385
A

67
68
69
70
71
72
73

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' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
74 Intangible assets
75 Other assets

0

n.a.
4858
4,8

n.a.
301,866
188,954
188,9!

1,426,452

n.a.
1,034,519
955,786




973,365
909,233

315,212
290,362

493
19,789

19,621

6,931
1,204

1,117

9,665

92,175

20,824
10,782

1,712
43,495
8,033
4,277

n.a.

137
59
6,419
n.a.

1,271
1,276
n.a.
n.a.
1,979
41

278,583
2764
4,6

87,531
77,377

99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 U.S. government
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States .
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States . . . .
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total npntransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Ill U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States .
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
115
Other commercial banks in the United States
116 Other depository institutions in the United States . . . .
117 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
118
119
Other banks in foreign countries
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 All other

168

5

4,113

349,225
295,693

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
130 All other liabilities 6
131 Total equity capital

431
354

459
155
5,871
1,935
65
17

33,223
20,345
3,252

89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 U.S. government
92 States and political subdivisions in the United States
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

1,774

2,301

1,460

396

12,846
18,612
2,592
6,559

15,641
605
,0

6,989

1,256
127
10
6,419
n.a.

608
164
n.a.
n.a.
1,979
18

253,720
204,977
2,255

157,206
136,135

41,798
36,869

1,313

8,107

5,996
5,982

1,239
111
10
6,419
n.a.

388
1,782
605
159
n.a.
n.a.
1,979
17

685,294
6004
6,9

694,782
661,569

227,681
212,985

1,811

252

97

20,377

27,854
2,028

12,799

957
9,665

n.a.

18,612
2,592
6,556

956
9,665

n.a.

1,733
101
1,633
660
372
53
319
247
n.a.
248,962
163,431
85,531

n.a.
136,280
16,441
30,075

n.a.
110,422
255,375

181,121
124,427
56,694

n.a.
111,029
16,070
28,307

n.a.
91,194
125,274

418
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

180,704

n.a.
n.a.

124
1,904
3,021
10
6
4
49
64,582
37,437
27,145

6,186

4,6
702
3,664

27,470
63,968
12,405

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

31,502

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

16,210
96,198

24,081

354
1,679

663
n.a.
n.a.
1,113
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
24
3,259

1,567
1,692
387
1,170
17
89
n.a.
3,018
33,903

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition ,Q3
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement (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
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits" MMDAs)
*
Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super
NOWs)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States .
147 Transaction accounts in domestic offices (NOW accounts, automated
transfer service (ATS) accounts, and telephone and preauthorized
transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts in domestic offices
148 Money market deposit accounts
149 Other savings deposits
150 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
151 All other time deposits
152 Number of banks . .




ir

11,->43

if
;l\5

n.a.
18,430
600
565
496

10,782
172,710
121,007
309
88,971
3,157

70
40,039
37,028
121,434
28,182
999

94,736
780,800

119,387
816,159

44,394
273,413

693,325

185,957

10,547

n.a.

120,516

45,315

235,894
116,499
108,498
240,893

*r

1,109
65,375
15,507
13,063
2,281

95,422

n. a.

688
64,275
31,149
21,331
1,004

14,407

n. a.

276
iL

Over 100

895,924

n. a.

cJ65
ji

Domestic

20,327
235,231
117,949
210,792
102,901
18,421

ik

Foreign

173,178
117,924
90,002
319,171

39,619
35,971
28,077
123,690

2,833

8,495

n.a.

Under 100

169

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition Q4
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
2

1 Total assets

.

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions . . .
3 Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
and coin
.
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
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
9 Non -interest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the United
States (included in balances due from depository institutions in the
United States)
.. ..
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
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 . .
1 8 Other domestic debt securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
20
All other domestic debt securities
21 Foreign debt securities
22 Equity securities .
23
Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS* Net unrealized loss
27
Other equity securities
28 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
29 Federal funds sold
30 Securities purchased under agreements to resell
3 1 Total loans and lease-financing receivables gross
32 LESS* Unearned income on loans
....
33 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
34 LESS* Allowance for loan and lease losses
35 LESS* Allocated transfer risk reserves
36 EQUALS* Total loans and leases net
Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
40 One- to four-family residential properties
41
Revolving, open-end loans, extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans
43 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
44 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
45 Loans to depository institutions
46 Commercial banks in the United States
,
47 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
48 Banks in foreign countries
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
U S addressees (domicile)
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)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)

170



Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

3,481,863

1,911,684

419,930

1,578,959

1,205,979

364,200

297,053

201,162

83,833

117,329

73,347

22,544

85,256
n.a.
n.a.
31,583
66,986
17,337

1,668
n.a.
n.a.
19,098
62,948
119

83,588
66,343
17,246
12,486
4,037
17,218

39,030
27,439
11,592
19,400
2,692
12,225

n.a.

n.a.

t

n.a.

n.a.

7,674

1,486,658

n.a.

n.a.

764,979

318,547

30,825

601,329
n.a.
n.a.

240,767
89,762
151,005

5,864
3,647
2,218

157,247
n.a.
71,197
n.a.

77,080
73,925
20,394
27,006

3,792
51,619
n.a.
12,582
5,608
3,351
2,320
63
6,974

t
i

15,159

9,978

1,072,917

327,570

287,721

323,041

123,392

234,903
86,115
148,787

261,118
112,505
148,613

99,444
n.a.
n.a.

1,815
402
562
228

75,265
73,522
19,832
26,778

60,226
88,386
34,296
22,413

19,941
n.a.
16,507
n.a.

2,275
24,731
24,132
6,248
1,938
793
1,149
3
4,310

0
228
22,702
1,469
363
30
334
1
1,106

2,275
24,503
1,430
4,779
1,575
762
815
2
3,203

1,404
21,010
328
4,886
2,667
1,683
1,013
30
2,219

114
5,878
n.a.
1,448
1,003
876
158
30
445

157,528
130,619
26,909
2,027,342
8,407
2,018,935
53,953
343
1,964,638

74,987
54,554
20,432
1,131,604
3,068
1,128,535
35,068
343
1,093,125

401
n.a.
n.a.
198,927
981
197,946
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

74,586
n.a.
n.a.
932,676
2,087
930,589
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

62,419
56,167
6,252
707,051
3,969
703,081
15,623
0
687,458

20,122
19,897
225
188,688
1,370
187,318
3,262
0
184,056

861,622

399,148

21,343

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

37,905
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

29,586
12,050
657
16,879

15,545
466
108
14,971

377,805
44,450
2,137
209,277
39,725
169,552
12,449
109,493
14,041
11,584
549
1,908

359,147
27,516
7,209
193,769
30,335
163,434
12,300
118,354
8,131
7,483
304
344

103,327
6,029
10,516
56,870
3,090
53,780
2,183
27,729
189
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

34,869
533,196
n.a.
n.a.
1,939
n.a.
n.a.

5,217
375,214
300,681
74,533
1,226
387
839

225
93,728
21,776
71,952
696
6
690

4,992
281,485
278,905
2,581
530
382
149

10,865
126,422
125,905
518
400
n.a.
n.a.

18,788
31,561
n.a.
n.a.
313
n.a.
n.a.

382,731
135,768
246,963

174,704
69,990
104,714

20,203
n.a.
n.a.

154,501
n.a.
n.a.

176,483
63,907
112,576

31,543
1,871
29,673

2,887,145

t

t

73* Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with domestic
offices only9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations) .
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
.
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans

Foreign

270
147
124

Domestic

Over 100

13,229

10,219

1,102

505
9,714

Under 100

1,261
44
1,217
1,239
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,7
499

13,499

1,798

1,249

23,182
115,348

12,251
104,847
24,151
8,9
066

43,381
22,763
20,618

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

6,7
008
14,964
45,114

34,751
80,568
52,626
26,214
3,168
16,045

28,164
78,933
28,262
16,549
2,690
15,598

3,538
47,922

2,2
466
30,907

6,120
1,437

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

18,452
7,846

n.a.
15,370
103,673

n.a.

63,606

9,390
72,442

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
5,552
25,586

5,646

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, and equity capital

3,481,863

1,911,684

n.a.

1,205,979

364,200

77 Total liabilities4
78 Limited-life preferred stock

3,220,148
3

1,781,096

1,108,774

330,279

1

2

79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81 U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified and official checks
88 All other10

2,678,350

1,358,838

9689
9,0
929,411
309
,6
43,152

322,703
297,052

9,158

1,259
1,253
n.a.
n.a.
2,326

67
68
69
70
71
72
73

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* liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
74 Intangible assets
75 Other assets

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

0
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

21,270

22,193
11,586

419,927

n.a.
286,737
175,468

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

12,127
61,466

1,388

1,448,374

n.a.
1,072,101
991,489
5,228
31,965
21,780
3,637
6,276

9,263

83
9,180
1,797
7,383

418
424

443
,8

21,200

993

115
62

854

10,732

7,358

n.a.

n.a.

89,215

468
198
5,913
1,819
60
22

n.a.
428

694
2,8
004

34

89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 U.S. government
92
States and political subdivisions in the United States
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other

399,200
340,103
4,732
14,028
20,013

309,728
2479
7,4

2,911
749

1,430
109
10

638
170
n.a.
n.a.

10,732

7,358

2,326

n.a.

n.a.

99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 " ~ government
U.S.
States and political subdivisions in the United States
102
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Ill U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States
113 Commercial banks in the United States
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
114
Other commercial banks in the United States . . . .
115
116 Other depository institutions in the United States . . .
117 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
118
Other banks in foreign countries
119
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 All other

286,038
231,700
4,674
9,329
20,013

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and
IBFs
,
130 All other liabilities
6
131 Total equity capital




5,933

2,911
5,931
747
10,732

n.a.
6290
7,0
651,386

96,566
85,358

2,816

579

16,510
677
,4

7,478

174,935
150,335
2,735
6,261

6,718
1,411
108
10
7,358

n.a.
687,081
6462
5,6

17
46,992
41,426

557
1,867
633
167
n.a.
n.a.
2,326

17
226,137
211,694

497

n.a.
88,581
261,712

184,458
127,144
57,314

n.a.
103,391
15,756
31,572

378
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

115

2,4
663

12,607

1,767
109
1,658
726
343
3
340
245
n.a.
250,935
164,048
86,887
n.a.
130,148
16,202
33,513

253

17,937

2,411
129

622
n.a.
n.a.
1,083
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
18

184,080

63,368
35,720
2,4
768
444
,9
25,672

n.a.
n.a.

37,393
3,447

17,563
65,998
12,309

n.a.

n.a.

2,282
3,054

7
4
3
52
n.a.

424
1,853

3,110
1,184
1,926
361
1,086
22
88

n.a.

23,598

n.a.

n.a.

69,518
130,588

n.a.
n.a.

16,154
9,0
724

299
,0
33,920

171

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1992!—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition ,04
Banks with domestic
offices only 9

Banks with foreign offices8

Item
Total

Total
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement (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
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits* MMDAs)
Other savings deposits (excluding MMDAs)
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super
NOWs)
Total time and savings deposits
,.

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
147 Transaction accounts in domestic offices (NOW accounts, automated
transfer service (ATS) accounts, and telephone and preauthorized
transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts in domestic offices
148 Money market deposit accounts
149 Other savings deposits
150 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more .
151 All other time deposits
152 Number of banks

172



282
iL

975
64,496
29,110
20,322
1,148

1,333
65,083
15,673
13,247
2,041

n.a.
18,326
569
543
480

11,206
174,312
126,353
300
83,730
2,980

63
40,880
38,844
118,140
27,259
1,013

110,873
786,063

132,159
821,874

48,220
275,711

903,113

696,950

185,947

13,822

10,354

n.a.

102,984

i,;157
ji

Domestic

19,174
238,453
122,637
206,296
89,124
16,390

li

Foreign

126,518

47,269

240,067
120,696
96,328
230,201

175,839
123,719
85,575
308,868

40,592
37,831
27,233
120,707

2,791

8,412

n. a.
n. a.

\Tr
11,'«?

if

;>14

n. a

i

r

n. a.

n.a.

Over 100 | Under 100

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Members

Item
Total
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
1 1 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 Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
17
All other domestic debt securities
18 Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS' Net unrealized loss
24
Other equity securities .
25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
26 Federal funds sold
27
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease-financing receivables gross
29 LESS: Unearned income on loans
...
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
31 Loans secured by real estate
32 Construction and land development
33 Farmland
34 One- to four-family residential properties
35
Revolving, open-end, and extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans
37 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
38 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Commercial banks in the United States
40 Other depository institutions in the United States
41 Banks in foreign countries
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

..

..

43 Commercial and industrial loans
44 U.S addressees (domicile)
45 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks11
47
U.S. banks
„
48 Foreign banks
49 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50 Credit cards and related plans
5 1 Other (includes single-payment and installment loans)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
54 Taxable
55 Tax-exempt
56 Other loans
57 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58 All other loans
.
...
...
59 Lease-financing receivables
60 Customers' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
61 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
62 Remaining assets
63 Total liabilities and equity capital
64 Total liabilities4
6 5 Total deposits
.
.
. . .
66 Individuals partnerships and corporations
67 U.S. government
68
States and political subdivisions in the United States ,
69 Commercial banks in the United States
70 Other depository institutions in the United States
71 Banks in foreign countries
72 Foreign governments and official institutions
73 Certified and official checks




2,704,753
173,284
84,299
26,784
27,474
8,903
25,824

National

State

2,100,543
142,048
74,804
22,004
17,797
7,023
20,420

1,671,999

428,543
25,465
14,087
3,596
3,477
895
3,411

Nonmembers
604,210
31,236
9,495
4,779
9,677
1,880
5,404
543,484

2,334,768
559,623
171,207
269,250

1,791,284

116,583
60,717
18,409
14,320
6,128
17,009
1,441,804

419,535
122,345
211,040

322,228
94,330
164,069

349,480
97,307
28,015
46,971

135,116
134,133
55,737
51,817

111,744
99,296
40,398
38,297

89,803
74,265
30,091
27,487

21,941
25,031
10,307
10,810

23,373
34,837
15,340
13,520

3,170
48,647
1,607
10,004
5,406
3,459
2,017
70
4,598

2,585
35,713
1,037
6,418
2,519
2,057
482
21
3,899

2,265
25,222
944
5,308
2,214
1,910
322
18
3,094

319
10,491
93
1,110
305
148
160
3
805

138,813
51,978
4,769
1,643,735
7,402
1,636,333

112,153
32,968
2,867
1,264,801
5,205
1,259,596

87,100
29,506
2,616
1,036,629
4,153
1,032,476

25,053
3,462
251
228,173
1,053
227,120

585
12,935
570
3,586
2,886
1,401
1,534
49
699
26,660
19,010
1,903
378,933
2,197
376,737

725,951
89,609
8,865
381,188
67,122
314,066
22,623
223,666
26,161
1,254
2,702
15,010

539,933
68,604
5,412
286,038
51,314
234,724
16,743
163,135
17,334
1,090
2,497
10,550

453,730
57,135
4,657
241,730
42,966
198,765
14,224
135,984
14,226
988
1,294
9,569

86,203
11,469
756
44,308
8,348
35,960
2,519
27,151
3,107
102
1,203
982

420,888
418,338
2,550

341,818
339,768
2,050

796
474
120

493
323
89

272,578
270,978
1,599
298
146
83

69,240
68,790
451
195
177
6

186,017
21,005
3,452
95,150
15,808
79,342
5,880
60,531
8,827
164
205
4,460
79,071
78,571
500
303
151
31

324,749
69,125
109,374
991

240,264
42,373
66,964
941

202,518
39,886
56,514
869

37,747
2,487
10,449
72

84,485
26,753
42,410
50

26,601
1,351
25,250
67,304
16,342
50,962
31,328
12,239
44,982
184,462
2,704,753
2,499,952
2,030,828
1,883,934
5,165
78,069
32,055
7,751
6,046
1,160
16,648

21,858
1,143
20,716
61,848
14,792
47,056
26,175
11,151
38,761
156,060
2,100,543
1,945,524
1,555,271
1,439,352
4,481
57,497
28,782
5,238
5,571
1,059
13,291

16,254
843
15,411
42,862
8,038
34,824
21,443
8,194
18,445
105,418
1,671,999
1,550,760
1,270,514
1,177,956
4,004
47,467
23,297
4,117
3,438
704
9,530

5,604
300
5,305
18,986
6,754
12,232
4,732
2,957
20,316
50,642

4,743
209
4,534
5,456
1,550
3,906
5,153
1,088
6,221
28,402
604,210
554,428
475,557
444,582
684
20,572
3,273
2,513
475
101
3,357

428,543
394,764
284,757
261,396
477
10,030
5,484
1,121
2,133
355
3,761

140,087
48,862
58,210

173

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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
Total

74 Total transaction accounts
75 Individuals partnerships and corporations
76 U.S. government
77 States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States
80 Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82 Certified and official checks

National

State

Nonmembers

607,543
524,430
3,394
25,377
27,117
4,153
5,636
788
16,648

481,730
411,078
2,778
19,769
25,284
3,431
5,358
741
13,291

388,563
333,365
2,423
16,134
20,668
2,694
3,298
450
9,530

93,168
77,713
354
3,635
4,616
737
2,060
291
3,761

125,813
113,352
617
5,607
1,833
722
278
47
3,357

395,405
325,183
3,186
12,774
27,094
4,099
5,634
787
16,648

321,689
260,238
2,609
10,780
25,282
3,390
5,357
741
13,291

254,923
207,295
2,267
8,763
20,667
2,653
3,298
450
9,530

66,766
52,943
342
2,017
4,615
737
2,059
291
3,761

73,716
64,945
577
1,994
1,811
709
277
46
3,357

1,423,285
1,359,504
1,771
52,693
4,938
436
4,502
3,598
410
11
399
371

1,073,540
1,028,274
1,703
37,728
3,498
259
3,239
1,807
213
10
203
317

881,951
844,591
1,580
31,333
2,630
140
2,490
1,423
140
8
132
254

191,589
183,683
123
6,395
868
119
749
384
73
2
71
64

349,744
331,230
67
14,965
1,440
177
1,263
1,791
196
1
196
54

104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase5 . . . .
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
110 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
112 Remaining liabilities

244,893
35,417
24,146
12,812
84,394
12,468
1,568
32,824
112,989

209,234
26,111
13,420
11,671
60,678
11,380
884
26,186
96,407

146,314
22,498
11,628
8,901
43,654
8,400
821
24,176
72,156

62,920
3,613
1,791
2,771
17,024
2,980
63
2,010
24,251

35,659
9,306
10,726
1,141
23,716
1,089
683
6,638
16,583

1 13 Total equity capital6

204,801

155,019

121,239

33,779

49,783

2,410
130,056
53,811
39,893
4,917

645
100,032
38,980
28,461
1,917

634
82,389
33,279
24,224
1,682

11
17,643
5,701
4,236
235

1,766
30,024
14,830
11,432
3,000

..

...

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
85 U S government
86 States and political subdivisions in the United States
87 Commercial banks in the United States
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89 Banks in foreign countries
90 Foreign governments and official institutions
91 Certified and official checks
92 Total nontransaction 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
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99 Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U S banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions

1 14
1 15
116
1 17
118
119

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement (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

120
121
122
123
124
125
126

Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits; MMDAs)
Other savings accounts
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone preauthorized transfer accounts)
130
131
132
133

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts
Other savings deposits
.
Time certificates of deposits of $100 000 or more
AH other time deposits

134 Number of banks

174



34,976

26,544

22,542

4,002

8,432

397,313
223,772
554,823
220,460
26,915
209,399
1,635,423

313,096
172,004
408,474
158,542
21,424
158,378
1,233,582

257,304
130,176
343,135
138,058
13,278
132,140
1,015,591

55,792
41,828
65,340
20,483
8,146
26,238
217,991

84,217
51,768
146,349
61,919
5,491
51,021
401,841

1,611,166

1,237,922

1,014,575

223,347

373,244

27,026

22,377

16,532

5,845

4,649

207,225

156,695

130,948

25,747

50,531

394,360
212,623
227,977
598,565

311,316
163,525
163,594
444,162

254,636
123,501
141,403
368,273

56,680
40,024
22,190
75,889

83,044
49,098
64,383
154,403

3,090

1,654

1,387

267

1,436

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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

National

State

Nonmembers

2,710,915

2,102,365

1,662,253

440,113

608,550

169,907
86,768
27,174
27,556
7,332
21,077
2,333,592

139,508
76,930
22,150
17,771
6,241
16,417
1,784,524

112,939
61,611
18,471
14,237
5,386
13,234

26,570
15,318
3,679
3,534
855
3,184

1,430,585

353,939

30,399
9,839
5,024
9,785
1,091
4,660
549,068

575,935
180,685
279,065

430,726
130,932
217,152

330,505
101,606
167,632

100,221
29,326
49,520

145,209
49,753
61,913

134,139
144,926
54,568
50,370

109,415
107,737
38,768
36,761

87,720
79,911
28,725
26,606

21,694
27,826
10,044
10,155

24,724
37,189
15,800
13,608

3,145
47,224
1,582
9,665
4,965
3,041
1,966
42
4,700

2,575
34,186
1,111
6,001
2,061
1,420
656
16
3,941

2,288
24,318
1,020
4,916
1,798
1,300
511
13
3,117

287
9,868
91
1,086
262
120
145
3
823

130,723
49,186
4,096
1,633,895
6,960
1,626,935

106,280
31,157
2,792
1,252,131
4,612
1,247,519

81,513
27,162
2,484
1,022,145
3,578
1,018,568

24,766
3,995
308
229,986
1,035
228,951

571
13,038
471
3,664
2,904
1,621
1,310
27
759
24,443
18,029
1,304
381,765
2,348
379,416

728,995
84,356
9,120
385,970
68,625
317,345
23,864
225,686
22,527
1,175
3,805
16,034

538,738
63,972
5,470
288,399
52,286
236,113
16,737
164,160
17,125
1,005
3,609
11,040
333,462
330,776
2,686

451,460
54,019
4,693
242,742
43,367
199,375
13,482
136,525
13,560
916
1,473
9,997

87,278
9,953
777
45,657
8,920
36,738
3,255
27,635
3,565
89
2,136
1,043
68,380
67,439
942

529
381
76

265,082
263,337
1,745
356
222
76

173
158
0

190,257
20,383
3,650
97,570
16,338
81,232
7,127
61,526
5,402
170
196
4,994
79,193
78,811
382
224
121
14

323,544
62,307
109,744
1,116

236,591
43,326
65,016
1,074

198,443
40,740
54,362
893

38,148
2,585
10,654
180

86,953
18,981
44,728
43

25,482
1,762
23,719
67,664
16,871
50,793

20,878
1,447
19,431
63,046
15,891
47,154

30,146
11,702
57,447
195,714
2,710,915
2,497,347
2,019,955
1,874,444
5,625
74,552
31,734
7,505
7,315
1,183
17,597

25,035
10,673
51,809
167,659
2,102,3*5
1,940,058
1,543,020
1,428,468
4,893
54,070
28,537
5,067
6,859
1,088
14,038

15,510
1,166
14,344
43,807
9,130
34,677
20,647
7,810
23,515
110,918
1,662,253
1,535,151
1,253,139
1,163,828
4,293
44,484
21,942
3,990
3,861
641
10,100

5,368
281
5,087
19,238
6,761
12,477
4,387
2,863
28,294
56,741
440,113

4,604
315
4,288
4,618
980
3,638
5,111
1,029
5,637
28,054
608,550
557,289
476,935
445,976
732
20,481
3,198
2,437
456
96
3,560

Total

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Total assets2
Cash and balances due from depository institutions
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
Currency and coin
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States .
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
Total securities, loans, and lease-financing receivables (net of unearned income) . .
Total securities book value
U.S. Treasury securities
U S government agency and corporation obligations
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
All other
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
Other domestic debt securities
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
All other domestic debt securities
Foreign debt securities
Equity securities
Marketable
Investments in mutual funds
Other
LESS* Net unrealized loss
Other equity securities
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3 . . .
Federal funds sold
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)

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate
Construction and land development
Farmland
One- to four-family residential properties
Revolving, open-end, and extended under lines of credit
All other loans
. . .
Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

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

43 Commercial and industrial loans
44 U S addressees (domicile)
45 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
;
46 Acceptances of other banks"
47 U S banks
.
4 8 Foreign banks
. . . .
49 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 loans)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in (lie United
States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
54 Taxable
55 Tax-exempt
56 Other loans
57 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58 All other loans
59 Lease- financing receivables
60 Customers* liabilities on acceptances outstanding
61 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
62 Remaining assets
63 Total liabilities and equity capital
64 Total liabilities4
65 Total deposits
66 Individuals partnerships and corporations
67 U S government
68 States and political subdivisions in the United States
69 Commercial banks in the United States
70 Other depository institutions in the United States
71 Banks in foreign countries
72 Foreign governments and official institutions
73 Certified and official checks




412,655
409,587
3,068
754
502
90

404,908
289,881
264,640
600
9,587
6,594
1,078
2,998
447
3,938

175

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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
State

Nonmembers

Total
Total

National

623,031
535,613
3,541
27,128
27,459
3,952
6,879
861
17,597

495,179
421,041
2,885
20,887
25,610
3,292
6,619
805
14,038

395,811
339,713
2,420
16,950
19,880
2,590
3,734
423
10,100

99,368
81,329
465
3,937
5,730
703
2,885
382
3,938

127,852
114,572
656
6,241
1,848
660
260
56
3,560

411,083
336,972
3,355
14,053
27,435
3,933
6,877
859
17,597

335,536
270,851
2,728
11,608
25,609
3,280
6,619
804
14,038

262,794
214,406
2,273
9,401
19,880
2,577
3,734
423
10,100

72,743
56,445
455
2,207
5,729
703
2,884
382
3,938

75,546
66,122
627
2,445
1,827
653
258
55
3,560

1,396,924
1,338,831
2,084
47,424
4,276
283
3,992
3,552
436
12
424
323

1,047,841
1,007,427
2,008
33,183
2,926
131
2,795
1,775
239
11
228
283

857,328
824,116
1,873
27,533
2,062
40
2,022
1,400
126
8
118
218

190,513
183,311
135
5,650
864
91
773
375
113
3
110
65

349,083
331,404
76
14,241
1,349
152
1,197
1,777
196
1
196
40

104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase5 . . . .
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
110 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits .
1 1 1 Net owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
1 12 Remaining liabilities

224,828
33,495
24,834
31,821
87,615
11,922
1,595
33,679
119,610

188,838
25,997
14,081
29,179
64,921
10,893
1,130
26,621
102,078

134,898
22,208
12,163
19,344
45,611
8,008
1,055
24,576
73,096

53,940
3,789
1,917
9,835
19,310
2,885
74
2,045
28,983

35,990
7,498
10,753
2,643
22,695
1,029
465
7,058
17,532

113 Total equity capital6

213,548

162,307

127,102

35,205

51,262

1,763
130,175
50,144
36,827
3,251

596
99,687
36,456
26,437
1,667

591
81,887
31,210
22,435
1,488

5
17,800
5,246
4,002
179

1,168
30,488
13,688
10,390
1,584

33,575

24,770

20,946

3,823

8,806

399,471
231,764
539,152
202,096
24,441
209,000
1,608,873

313,285
176,570
394,959
143,635
19,391
157,860
1,207,484

255,324
133,095
331,628
124,496
12,785
131,401
990,345

57,961
43,476
63,331
19,140
6,606
26,459
217,138

86,186
55,194
144,193
58,461
5,050
51,140
401,389

1,592,148

1,219,688

996,185

223,503

372,461

74 Total transaction accounts
75 Individuals partnerships and corporations
76 U.S government
77 States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States
80
Banks in foreign countries
81 Foreign governments and official institutions
82 Certified and official checks

........

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals partnerships and corporations
85 U.S. government
,
86 States and political subdivisions in the United States
87 Commercial banks in the United States
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89
Banks in foreign countries
90 Foreign governments and official institutions
91 Certified and official checks
92 Total nontransaction 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
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99 Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U S banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions

1 14
1 15
116
1 17
118
1 19
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

..

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement (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 .
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits; MMDAs)
Other savings accounts
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
. .
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone preauthorized transfer accounts)
130
131
132
133

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposits of $100,000 or more
All other time deposits

1 34 Number of banks

176



..

...

...
....

25,974

21,394

15,676

5,717

4,581

210,660

158,760

132,091

26,669

51,899

398,320
224,855
214,211
574,346

313,181
170,942
153,455
423,074

254,052
128,845
131,748
351,256

59,130
42,097
21,708
71,818

85,138
53,914
60,756
151,272

3,074

1,644

1,383

261

1,430

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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

National

State

Nonmembers

2,734,380

2,130,705

1,662,107

468,598

603,675

162,878
78,681
27,707
24,789
6,686
25,015

109,350
56,284
18,619
13,292
4,741
16,414

24,826
13,518
3,991
2,769
783
3,765

28,702
8,878
5,097
8,728
1,163
4,836

2,358,179

134,176
69,802
22,610
16,061
5,524
20,179
1,813,544

1,431,677

381,868

601,059
192,996
291,713

454,656
142,105
227,815

343,597
110,276
172,597

111,059
31,830
55,218

544,635
146,403
50,890
63,898

133,229
158,484
54,976
49,900

107,854
119,961
39,428
37,584

84,699
87,898
28,450
25,915

23,155
32,063
10,979
11,669

25,375
38,523
15,547
12,316

3,102
46,797
1,716
9,760
4,740
3,336
1,437
33
5,019
134,352
49,823
4,720
1,629,375
6,607
1,622,768

2,583
35,000
1,144
6,580
2,242
1,630
625
13
4,338
107,612
31,259
3,719
1,255,884
4,607
1,251,277

2,240
23,674
1,070
5,290
1,843
1,374
480
11
3,447

343
11,326
74
1,290
399
256
145
2
891

81,345
27,273
3,049
1,010,088
3,353
1,006,735

26,267
3,986
670
245,796
1,254
244,542

519
11,797
572
3,180
2,498
1,706
812
20
681
26,741
18,563
1,001
373,491
2,000
371,491

732,485
80,770
9,347
394,630
70,022
324,608
24,630
223,109
18,696
1,059
3,532
16,226
406,191
403,194
2,996
742
491
131

548,123
61,648
5,639
300,370
53,584
246,785
17,147
163,319
13,809
898
3,241
10,822
328,141
325,506
2,635
584
405
113

450,539
51,358
4,797
247,091
43,990
203,100
13,705
133 589
10,402
817
1,455
9,711
259,032
257,072
1,960

184,363
19,121
3,709
94,260
16,437
77,823
7,483
59,789
4,887
160
290
5,404

400
231
111

97,583
10,291
842
53,279
9,594
43,685
3,441
29,730
3,407
82
1,786
1,111
69,110
68,434
675
184
173
3

324,786
62,370
112,456
978

239,606
43,353
69,616
946

197,782
40,238
56,765
808

41,824
3,115
12,851
138

85,180
19,017
42,840
32

24,753
1,782
22,970
69,375
17,530
51,846
30,553
12,573
51,961
200,750
2,734,380
2,512,908
2,007,884
1,865,019
5,825
76,718
28,378
7,529
7,068
1,262
16,084

20,166
1,485
18,681
64,142
16,178
47,965
25,404
11,704
45,667
171,280
2,130,705
1,960,892
1,542,504
1,430,454
5,105
56,088
25,318
4,958
6,618
1,179
12,784

14,864
1,228
13,636
43,651
9,054
34,597
20,626
8,473
19,804
112,608
1,662,107
1,530,938
1,237,214
1,149,732
4,398
45,740
19,807
3,736
4,008
791
9,002

5,302
257
5,045
20,491
7,123
13,368
4,778
3,232
25,863
58,672
468,598
429,955

4,586
297
4,290
5,233
1,352
3,881
5,148
869
6,294
29,470
603,675
552,016
465,380
434,565
720
20,631
3,060
2,571
450
84
3,300

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 Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
17
All other domestic debt securities
18 Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS: Net unrealized loss
.
.
24
Other equity securities
25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
26 Federal funds sold
27 Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease-financing receivables, gross . .
29 LESS: Unearned income on loans
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans secured by real estate
Construction and land development
Farmland
One- to four-family residential properties . . .
Revolving, open-end, and extended under lines of credit
All other loans . .
Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
....
....
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans . .
U.S. addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S addressees (domicile) . .
....
Acceptances of other banks11
U S banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
,.
Credit cards and related plans ,
Other (includes single-payment and installment loans)
Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
Taxable
Tax-exempt
.
Other loans
...
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
All other loans
Lease-financing receivables . .
....
Customers' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining assets
. . .
Total liabilities and equity capital
Total liabilities4
Total deposits
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
...
.
„ . . ..




305,290
280,722
708
10,347
5,511
1,222
2,609
388
3,782

78,049
77,688
361
159
86
18

177

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Members

Item

State

Nonmembers

Total
Total

National

627,808
543,357
3,761
28,487
24,617
3,848
6,686
967
16,084

498,550
426,923
3,109
22,405
22,859
3,173
6,373
923
12,784

397,856
343,177
2,582
18,251
18,052
2,352
3,841
600
9,002

100,694
83,747
527
4,153
4,808
822
2,532
323
3,782

129,258
116,434
652
6,082
1,758
675
313
44
3,300

410,925
341,112
3,569
14,102
24,594
3,831
6,667
966
16,084

333,733
272,873
2,941
11,837
22,858
3,160
6,357
923
12,784

262,685
216,932
2,428
9,507
18,051
2,339
3,825
600
9,002

71,048
55,940
513
2,330
4,807
821
2,532
323
3,782

77,192
68,239
627
2,266
1,736
671
310
43
3,300

1,380,076
1,321,662
2,064
48,231
3,761
225
3,536
3,681
382
59
323
2%

1,043,954
1,003,531
1,996
33,683
2,458
83
2,375
1,785
244
58
186
256

839,358
806,556
1,816
27,489
1,755
72
1,683
1,384
167
56
112
191

204,596
196,976
180
6,194
703
11
692
401
77
2
75
65

336,122
318,131
68
14,548
1,302
141
1,161
1,896
137
1
137
40

104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase5 . . . .
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
. ..
107 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
110 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
112 Remaining liabilities

245,286
37,437
27,145
33,656
88,049
12,759
1,679
31,502
123,596

206,704
28,730
16,540
30,762
63,229
11,890
1,170
23,743
104,634

147,263
24,493
13,703
20,340
44,122
8,621
1,100
21,209
72,277

59,441
4,238
2,837
10,422
19,107
3,270
70
2,534
32,356

38,582
8,706
10,606
2,894
24,819
869
509
7,759
18,962

113 Total equity capital6

221,471

169,812

131,169

38,643

51,659

1,797
129,651
46,656
34,394
3,285

550
99,973
33,920
24,712
1,791

550
80,848
28,016
20,739
1,516

0
19,125
5,904
3,973
275

1,247
29,678
12,736
9,682
1,494

31,109

22,921

19,223

3,698

8,188

407,941
238,956
519,729
191,873
21,577
214,124
1,596,958

323,346
181,612
384,304
137,455
17,236
163,153
1,208,771

259,581
135,165
316,919
116,474
11,218
133,826
974,529

63,765
46,447
67,385
20,981
6,018
29,327
234,242

84,595
57,344
135,425
54,417
4,341
50,970
388,188

1,589,249

1,226,029

989,224

236,805

363,220

74 Total transaction accounts
76
77
78
79
80
81
82

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

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals partnerships and corporations
85 U S government
86 States and political subdivisions in the United States
87 Commercial banks in the United States . . . .
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89 Banks in foreign countries
90 Foreign governments and official institutions
91
Certified and official checks
92 Total nontransaction 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
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99 Other depository institutions in the United States
101
102
103

1 14
115
1 16
117
1 18
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

Foreign branches of other U S banks ,
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions

. ..
. .

...

, ...

..
...
...

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement (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
Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits* MMDAs)
Other savings accounts
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone preauthorized transfer accounts)
....
130
131
132
133

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts
Other savings deposits . . . .
Time certificates of deposits of $100 000 or more
AH other time deposits

134 Number of banks

178



24,954

20,410

14,946

5,464

4,544

215,938

164,426

134,589

29,837

51,512

409,072
234,424
198,500
560,063

325,115
178,774
142,811
417,828

260,012
132,899
121,276
339,416

65,103
45,875
21,534
78,411

83,957
55,649
55,690
142,236

3,048

1,650

1,370

280

1,398

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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

Members
Total

Nonmembers

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 cf
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . .
15 Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential
mortgages
17
All other domestic debt securities
18 Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS' Net unrealized loss
24
Other equity securities
25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell3
26 Federal funds sold
27 Securities purchased under agreements to resell
.
28 Total loans and lease-financing receivables gross
.
29
LESS* Unearned income on loans
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
31 Loans secured by real estate
32 Construction and land development
. . . .
33 Farmland
34 One- to four-family residential properties
35
Revolving open-end and extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans
37 Multifamily (five or more) residential properties
38 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Commercial banks in the United States
40 Other depository institutions in the United States
41 Banks in foreign countries
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
43 Commercial and industrial loans
44 U S addressees (domicile)
45 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks1 '
47 U S banks
.
..
48 Foreign banks
49 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 loans)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
54
Taxable
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

Other loans
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
All other loans
Lease-financing receivables
Customers' liabilities on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining assets
Total liabilities and equity capital
Total liabilities4
Total deposits
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




National

State

2,784,938
190,677
93,781
28,838
31,885
6,729
29,444
2,381,437

2,172,393
156,956
83,052
23,813
20,603
5,538
23,950
1,831,744

1,696,259

476,135
34,035
16,994
4,277
3,914
1,116
7,734

610,762
198,620
297,400

463,933
145,581
233,770

350,361
113,446
176,200

135,491
161,909
54,127
49,192

110,661
123,110
38,328
38,252

85,457
90,743
27,133
26,831

25,204
32,367
11,196
1 1 ,420

24,830
38,799
15,799
10,940

3,679
45,513
1,758
9,664
4,242
2,446
1,828
32
5,422

3,135
35,117
1,197
6,804
2,082
1,176
919
13
4,722

2,811
24,021
1,113
5,638
1,812
1,034
789
11
3,825

324
11,096
84
1,166
270
142
130
3
896

543
10,397
561
2,861
2,161
1,269
910
19
700

137,004
56,167
6,252
1,639,727
6,056
1,633,670

110,031
37,462
4,384
1,261,853
4,073
1,257,780

87,025
32,993
3,361
1,013,171
2,800
1,010,371

23,006
4,469
1,024
248,682
1,273
247,409

26,973
18,705
1,867
377,874
1,984
375,890

736,952
71,966
9,346
403,046
70,060
332,986
24,748
227,847
19,067
853
2,252
15,856
407,908
404,809
3,099

549,755
54,771
5,611
306,974
53,683
253,291
17,682
164,717
14,322
616
1,916
10,813

99,573
9,473
833
55,273
9,875
45,397
3,467
30,527
3,889
87
876
1,384

187,197
17,195
3,735
96,072
16,377
79,695
7,067
63,129
4,744
238
336
5,043

930
536
202

329,779
327,071
2,709
645
361
194

450,182
45,298
4,778
251,701
43,807
207,893
14,215
134,190
10,433
528
1,040
9,429
260,410
258,273
2,137
470
211
190

69,369
68,798
572
175
151
3

78,128
77,738
390
285
175
8

330,984
63,907
112,576
1,472

243,599
44,258
68,361
1,442

200,727
40,855
55,294
848

42,872
3,403
13,067
594

87,385
19,649
44,216
29

23,449
1,607
21,841
69,257
16,761
52,497
30,746
12,528
63,606
200,297
2,784,938
2,557,148
2,068,910
1,920,900
8,297
75,117
30,938
8,120
6,391
1,055
18,090

19,039
1,356
17,682
64,387
15,833
48,555
25,539
11,794
57,221
171,900
2,172,393
1,997,008
1,595,907
1,478,939
6,992
55,120
27,828
5,571
5,980
957
14,520

13,747
963
12,784
44,708
8,442
36,266
20,648
8,699
31,018
116,883
1,696,259
1,561,203
1,273,996
1,182,245
5,705
44,358
21,855
4,388
3,993
563
10,890

5,292
393
4,899
19,680
7,391
12,289
4,891
3,095
26,203
55,018
476,135
435,805
321,910
296,694
1,288
10,762
5,973
1,183
1,987
395
3,630

4,410
251
4,159
4,870
928
3,942
5,207
734
6,385
28,397
612,545
560,140
473,003
441,961
1,305
19,998
3,110
2,549
412
98
3,570

122,920
66,058
19,536
16,688
4,422
16,216
1,447,757

383,987
113,572
32,135
57,570

612,545
33,721
10,729
5,025
11,283
1,191
5,493
549,693
146,829
53,039
63,630

179

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19921—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
Total

National

State

Non~
members

74 Total transaction accounts
75
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
76
U S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78
Commercial banks in the United States
79
Other depository institutions in the United States
80
Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82
Certified and official checks

708,928
614,852
7,547
30,537
26,760
4,341
6,042
759
18,090

567,843
487,824
6,313
23,832
25,293
3,607
5,759
695
14,520

450,389
388,268
5,202
19,090
20,021
2,681
3,869
367
10,890

117,454
99,556
1,111
4,742
5,271
926
1,890
328
3,630

141,085
127,028
1,235
6,705
1,468
734
282
63
3,570

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
85
U S government
86
States and political subdivisions in the United States
87
Commercial banks in the United States
88
Other depository institutions in the United States
89
Banks in foreign countries
90
Foreign governments and official institutions
91
Certified and official checks

460,973
382,035
7,408
15,590
26,731
4,321
6,039
758
18,090

377,420
308,238
6,185
13,140
25,292
3,592
5,758
695
14,520

294,375
241,131
5,087
10,344
20,021
2,666
3,869
367
10,890

83,045
67,107
1,098
2,797
5,271
926
1,888
328
3,630

83,553
73,797
1,223
2,450
1,439
730
282
63
3,570

1,359,982
1,306,048
750
44,580
4,178
238
3,940
3,779
350
7
343
296

1,028,064
991,115
679
31,288
2,535
102
2,433
1,964
221
7
214
262

823,607
793,976
503
25,268
1,834
87
1,747
1,707
124
4
120
196

204,457
197,138
177
6,020
702
16
686
257
97
3
94
66

331,917
314,933
70
13,292
1,643
136
1,507
1,815
129
0
129
34

247,448
35,720
27,648
22,057
91,670
12,733
1,853
23,598
112,477

210,303
28,725
17,579
20,000
64,709
11,999
1,364
14,248
92,726

151,711
23,245
15,311
13,482
45,745
8,882
1,135
12,320
66,251

58,592
5,480
2,268
6,518
18,964
3,117
229
1,928
26,475

37,145
6,995
10,069
2,057
26,960
735
489
9,350
19,752

227,791

175,385

135,056

40,330

52,405

2,308
129,579
44,783
33,569
3,189

912
99,985
32,160
24,119
1,868

891
80,964
26,745
20,230
1,695

21
19,021
5,415
3,890
174

1,396
29,594
12,623
9,450
1,320

92 Total nontransaction 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
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99
Other depository institutions in the United States
100
Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
104
105
106
107
108
109
1 10
1 11
112

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase5 . . . .
Federal funds purchased
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 owed to own foreign offices, Edge Act and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs .
Remaining liabilities

1 13 Total equity capital6
1 14
115
116
1 17
118
1 19

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement (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

120
121
122
123
124
125
126

Money market deposit accounts (savings deposits; MMDAs)
Other savings accounts
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 negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (including Super NOWs) . . .
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the United
States
....
.
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, automated transfer service (ATS) accounts,
and telephone preauthorized transfer accounts)
130
131
132
133

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposits of $100,000 or more
A l l other time deposits . . .
.
. . .

134 Number of banks

180



30,380

22,251

18,535

3,716

8,130

412,765
248,990
506,003
172,853
19,370
243,032
1,607,937

326,688
188,083
375,272
122,667
15,355
187,082
1,218,487

261,505
139,750
309,690
103,314
9,347
153,017
979,621

65,183
48,332
65,582
19,352
6,008
34,065
238,865

86,077
60,908
130,730
50,187
4,016
55,949
389,450

1,600,063

1,228,721

987,364

241,357

371,342

24,176

19,706

14,247

5,459

4,470

229,502

175,512

143,861

31,651

53,990

415,906
244,415
181,903
539,069

329,162
184,426
130,126
401,444

261,704
136,914
109,744
326,277

67,457
47,512
20,381
75,167

86,745
59,989
51,777
137,625

3,005

1,625

1,350

275

1,380

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

10
June
United States (11,622)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Alabama (179)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Alaska (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Arizona (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Arkansas (192)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
California (402)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Colorado (208)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Connecticut (49)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Delaware (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
District of Columbia (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




5.2
5.2

3.9
8.9

3.6
12.7

3.2
15.9

2.1
17.9

1.6
19.6

1.6
21.2

1.6
22.8

1.6
24.7

1.4
25.9

5.4
5.4

3.5
8.9

3.0
12,0

2.0
14.1

1.8
15.9

1.7
17.7

1.7
19.3

1.8
21.1

1.6
22.7

1.1
24.9

19.5
19.5

19.0
38.6

15.9
54.5

11.6
66.1

3.9
70.1

2.1
72.3

1.1
73.4

.8
74.3

.8
75.1

76.0

18.5
18.5

18.0
36.5

17.0
53.6

9.8
63.5

4.3
67.8

2.2
70.0

1.0
71.1

.9
72.1

.9
73.0

.9
74.0

44.0
44.0

27.3
71.4

16.7
88.1

4.5
92.6

3.6
96.2

1.6
97.9

1.3
99.3

.6
99.2

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

42.9
42.9

25.0
67.9

18.6
86.6

4.8
91.4

4.1
95.6

1.9
97.6

1.6
99.2

.7
100.0

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

32.4
32.4

28.0
60.5

19.1
79.6

6.7
86.3

4.4
90.7

1.7
92.4

1.1
93.6

.9
94.6

.7
95.3

.5
95.9

33.6
33.6

30.3
63.9

20.5
84.4

6.6
91.1

1.6
92.7

1.0
93.7

94.6

.5
95.1

.5
95.7

.4
96.1

11.4
11.4

10.8

22.2

4.3
26.5

3.5
30.0

3.3
33.3

2.7
36.1

2.3
38.4

1.9
40.4

1.9
42.3

1.7
44.1

11.3
11.3

10.4
21.8

4.3
26.1

3.5
29.6

3.3
33.6

2.7
35.7

2.3
38.1

2.0
40.1

1.9
42.1

1.7
43.8

39.0
39.0

16.5
55.5

6.4
62.0

5.2
67.2

2.3
69.5

2.1
71.6

1.6
73.3

1.3
74.6

1.1
75.8

1.1
76.9

38.0
38.0

17.2
55.3

6.5
61.8

4.8
66.6

1.5
68.2

1.9
70.1

1.5
71.6

1.3
72.9

1.2
74.2

1.1
75.4

19.0
19.0

11.0
30.0

10.3
40.4

8.7
49.1

5.3
54.4

4.9
59.3

1.7
61.3

1.9
63.0

1.2
64.3

1.1
65.4

18.6
18.6

10.7
29.3

10.1
39.5

8.8
48.3

5.2
53.6

5.2
58.8

2.0
60.8

1.5
62.3

1.2
63.6

1.1
64.7

32.4
32.4

25.1
57.5

10.0
67.5

7.5
75.1

7.2
82.4

2.3
84.7

1.9
86.6

.9
87.6

.7
89.1

31.8
31.8

24.0
55.9

10.6
66.5

7.4
74.0

7.4
81.4

2.3
83.8

2.0
85.9

1.0
86.9

.8
88.6

14.7
14.7

12.7
27.4

8.6
36.1

7.6
48.7

6.0
49.8

6.0
55.8

5.9
61.7

5.3
67.0

4.7
71.8

4.6
76.4

3.0
3.0

11.7
15.1

15.1
30.2

15.6
45.7

10.5
56.3

3.1
59.3

.0
59.3

5.9
65.3

2.2
67.5

6.6
74.0

31.2
31.2

28.3
59.5

10.3
69.9

9.3
79.3

6.0
85.3

4.7
90.0

1.9
92.0

1.3
93.4

1.2
94.6

.9
95.5

32.3
32.3

25.2
57.6

11.1
68.7

9.7
78.5

6.5
85.1

4.3
89.5

2.1
91.6

1.5
93.2

1.2
94.4

1.0
95.4

181

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

|

4

|

6

3

7

8

9

10

June
Florida (331)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.3
22.3

19.6
41.9

14.2
56.1

12.8
69.0

3.8
72.8

1.0
73.8

.8
74.7

.8
75.5

.7
76.2

.7
77.0

22.9
22.9

18.8
41.8

13.1
54.9

13.0
68.0

3.8
71.9

1.0
73.0

.8
73.8

.8
74.7

.7
75.4

.7
76.1

17.1
17.1

15.7
32.9

12.7
45.6

5.8
1.4

5.7
57.1

5.2
62.4

2.5
64.9

2.4
67.3

1.7
69.1

1.7
70.8

16.3
16.3

13.5
29.8

11.3
41.2

5.9
47.3

6.1
53.2

5.6
58.8

2.8
61.7

2.8
64.5

2.0
66.6

1.7
68.3

51.3
51.3

33.2
84.5

6.9
91.4

4.0
95.5

1.9
97.4

1.7
99.1

.7
99.9

.0
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

47.5
47.5

34.1
81.6

8.2
89.9

4.6
94.5

2.2
96.8

2.1
98.9

.9
99.8

.1
94.9

.3
100.0

.0
100.0

Idaho (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.2
37.2

29.9
67.2

11.2
78.4

8.6
87.1

4.5
91.6

2.1
93.7

1.0
94.8

.9
95.8

.6
96.4

.6
97.0

34.5
34.5

28.4
63.0

12.4
75.5

10.1
85.6

5.0
90.6

2.3
92.9

1.2
94.2

1,1
95.3

.7
96.0

,6
96.7

Illinois (725)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

16.4
16.4

9.7
26.1

6.8
32.9

5.4
38.3

5.3
43.7

2.7
46.4

2.4
48.9

1.6
50.5

1.4
51.9

1.2
53.2

14.3
14.3

7.8
22.1

5.1
27.2

4.7
32.0

3.9
35.9

3.1
39.1

2.7
41.9

1.8
43.7

1.6
45.4

1.4
46.8

11,6
11.6

11.2
22.9

10.1
33.1

5.0
38.2

4.2
42,5

3.9
46.4

3.7
50.1

3.4
53.6

3.3
56.9

2.5
59.4

10.8
10.8

10.7
21.5

9.5
31,1

5.3
36.4

4.4
40.9

3.9
44.8

3.6
48.5

3.3
51.9

3.1
55.0

2.5
57.5

15.8
15.8

7.1
22.9

3.8
26.7

3.5
30.2

3.4
33.6

2.5
36.2

1.4
37.7

1.2
38.9

1.1
40.1

1.1
41.2

12.5
12.5

7.1
19.6

4.0
23.7

3.7
27.4

3.4
30.8

2.5
33.4

1.5
34.9

1.2
36.2

1.2
37.4

1.2
38.6

14.1
14.1

3.9
18.0

2.7
20.8

2.4
23.2

1.8
25.0

1.8
26.9

1.6
28.5

1.5
30.1

1.3
31.4

1.2
32.7

13.4
13.4

3.8
17.3

2.7
20.0

2.5
22.5

1.9
24.5

1.8
26,3

1.6
28.0

1.4
29.4

1.3
30.8

1.2
32.0

14.6
14.6

14.2
28.9

9.8
38.8

3.3
42.1

2.5
44.7

2.3
47.0

1.9
49.0

1.8
50.8

1.8
52.6

1.4
54.0

11.2
11.2

12.1
23.2

9.6
32.9

3.4
36.3

2.8
39.2

2.1
41,3

2.1
43.4

2.0
45.5

2.0
47.5

1.5
49.1

15.3
15.3

11.8
27.1

10.1
37.2

7.3
44.6

2.7
47.4

2.3
49.7

1.9
51.7

1.4
53.1

1.2
54.3

1.2
55.5

15.1
15.1

11.9
27.1

9.8
36.9

7.1
44.1

2.5
46.6

2.2
48.8

2.0
50.9

1.4
52.4

1.2
53.6

1.2
54.9

..

Georgia (3 12)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

,

Hawaii (9)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

Indiana (183)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Iowa (427)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative ,

...

.

.

...

Kansas (464)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kentucky (239)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Louisiana (214)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

182



.

.

.

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
State and item1

Rank, by total assets

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

[

10

June
Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.9
37.9

Michigan (143)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Missouri (366)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Montana (97)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Nebraska (3 18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Nevada (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




1.4
93.3

1.1
94.5

36.5
36.5

26.7
63.2

13.8
77,1

3.8
81.0

3.4
84.4

2.6
87.0

2.1
89.2

2.1
91.3

1.5
92.8

1.2
94.0

11.7
32.9

9.1
42.1

7.7
49.8

7.1
56.9

6.1
62.9

5.3
68.2

5.3
73.5

2.8
76.3

2.1
78.5

12.7
32.8

9.6
42.5

8.1
50.7

2.4
53.1

5.9
59.0

6.3
65.3

5.8
71.2

2.9
74.0

2.2
76.2

15.6
38.7

14.4
53.2

11.8
65.0

9.6
74.6

8.9
83.6

3.1
86.7

3.0
89.7

1.1
90.9

1.0
91.9

11.1
35.4

12.2
47.6

15.4
63.0

7.3
70.3

10.3
80.6

3.8
84.4

3.0
87.5

1.3
88.8

1.2
90.1

22.9
22.9

22.5
45.4

12.6
58,0

9.6
67.7

8.0
75.8

2.3
78.1

2.1
80.3

1.4
81.7

1.4
83.1

.8
83.9

19.8
40.8

14.4
55.2

9.8
65.1

7.8
73.0

2.4
75.4

2.3
77.8

1.6
79.5

1.5
81.0

.9
82.0

21.7
49.1

4.2
53.4

2.4
55.8

2.2
58.0

1.8
59.8

.8
60.7

.8
61.5

.7
62.2

.7
62.9

23.0
23.0

20.5
43.5

4.6
48.2

2.5
50.7

2.3
53.1

2.0
55.1

.7
55.8

.8
56.7

.8
57.6

.7
58.3

17.4
17.4

16.8
34.2

7.2
41.5

6.6
48.2

5.4
53.6

2.9
56.5

2.1
58.6

1.9
60.5

1.5
62.1

1.5
63.6

16.4
16.4

.

1.9
91.9

27.3
27.3

Mississippi (121)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.9
90.0

21.0
21.0

Minnesota (485)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

2.7
88.0

24.3
24.3

.,

3.4
85.3

23.1
23.1

Massachusetts (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.6
81.9

20.7
20.7

Maryland (80)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13,3
78.3

21.2
21.2

.

27.0
64.9

15.5
31.9

7.4
39.3

6.8
46.2

5.5
51.8

3.0
54.8

2.2
57.1

1.9
59.0

1.6
60.7

1.6
62.3

22.7
22.7

13.8
36.6

10.0
46.6

6.3
53.0

3.6
56.7

3.0
59.7

2.3
62.1

2.0
64.1

1.0
65.2

.9
66.1

20.4
20.4

13.1
33.5

10.7
44.2

5.8
50.1

3.6
53.7

3.0
56.8

2.7
59.5

2.1
61.7

1.0
61.7

1.0
63.7

17.4
17.4

11.8
29.2

9.0
38.3

6.3
44.6

4.1
48.7

3.7
52.4

3.3
55.7

2.3
58.1

1.7
59.8

1.7
61.6

17.2
17.2

11.6
28.9

8.9
37.8

6.1
44.0

4.1
48.1

3.3
51.4

3.2
54.7

2.4
57.1

1.8
58.9

1.7
60.6

13.3
13.3

13.1
26.4

8.6
35.0

6.3
41.4

1.7
43.1

1.6
44.8

1.4
46.2

1.3
47.5

1.1
48.6

1.0
49,7

13.8
13.8

12.2
26.1

8.0
34.1

6.2
40.3

1.7
42.1

1.6
43.8

1.4
45.2

1.3
46.6

1.1
47.8

1.0
48.9

35.3
35.3

33.4
68.8

22.9
91.8

2.4
94.2

1.3
95.6

1.0
96.6

1.0
97.6

.4
98.1

.3
98.4

.2
98.7

10.4
10.4

45^5

32.5
88.5

3.4
91.9

1.9
93.9

1.4
95.3

1.5
96.8

.5
97.4

.5
97.9

.3
98.3

56.0

183

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

10
June

New Hampshire (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.0
24.0

18.7
42.8

14.1
56.9

4.8
61.7

4,3
66.0

4.0
70.0

3.8
73.9

3.0
76.9

2.7
79.7

2.5
82.3

24.7
24.7

16.5
41.3

15.4
56.7

4.0
60.8

4.8
65.7

4.3
69.9

1.1
71.0

3.4
74.4

3.1
77.5

2.8
80.3

19.8
19.8

11.6
31.5

10.4
41.9

6.7
48.7

5.6
54.4

4.2
58.6

4.0
62.6

3.3
66.0

3.0
69.0

2.7
71.8

19.4
19.4

11.6
31.0

11.1
42.2

6.6
48.8

5.6
54.5

4.5
59.0

4,2
63.2

3.5
66.8

3.2
70.1

3.1
73.2

26.3
26.3

10.9
37.3

7.5
44.9

7.2
52.2

6.7
59.0

3.0
62.0

2.9
64.9

2.3
67.2

1.7
69.0

1.6
70.7

25.3
25.3

11.4
36.7

7.2
43.9

7.6
51.5

6.9
58.4

2.6
61.2

3.0
64.1

2.4
66.6

1.8
68.4

1.7
70.2

19.5
19.5

16.7
36.3

11.0
47.3

7.2
54.6

6.2
60.9

5.2
66.1

3.4
69.6

3.4
73.0

2.9
75.9

2.9
78.8

20.5
20.5

15.5
36.0

12.9
49.0

2.5
51.5

7.4
58.9

3.3
62.2

5.1
67.2

3.7
70.9

2.0
72.9

4.3
77.2

25.0
25.0

20.4
45.4

19.4
64.8

6.9
71.8

6.4
78.2

4.4
82.7

3.4
86.1

3.0
89.1

2.6
91.7

.4
92.2

14.6
14.6

19.0
33.6

19.8
53.4

8.9
62.3

8.7
71.1

5.5
76.6

4.5
81.2

4.1
85.4

3.5
88,9

.6
89.6

North Dakota (123)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.3
13.3

11.5
24.8

6.6
31.5

4.7
36.2

4.4
40.7

2.2
42.9

1.8
44.7

1.7
46.5

1.6
48.2

1.5
49.9

13.9
13.9

11.3
25.3

6.3
31.6

4.9
36.6

4.3
40.9

2.3
43.2

1.8
45.1

1.6
46.8

1.6
48.4

1.5
49.9

Ohio (217)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.4
17.4

15.3
32.8

15.2
48.0

8.1
56.2

7.3
63.5

5.7
69.2

2.7
72.0

2.7
74.7

2.6
77.3

1,7
79.0

15.8
15.8

15.2
31.1

15.7
46.7

8.1
54.8

7.0
61.9

6.0
68.0

2.5
70.5

3.0
73.5

2.9
76.5

.0
76.5

Oklahoma (374)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.2
8.2

7.3
15.6

4.1
19.7

2.4
22.1

2.0
24.1

1.8
26.0

1.7
27.7

1.6
29.3

1.5
30.9

1.3
32.2

7.1
7.1

6.9
14.0

3.8
17.8

2.4
20.3

1.9
22.2

1.9
24.1

1.7
25.9

1.6
27.6

1.5
29.1

1.4
30.6

Oregon (49)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

43.6
43.6

22.6
66.3

13.4
79.7

6.3
86.0

2.1
88.2

1.7
90.0

.8
90.8

.5
91.4

.5
92.0

.5
92.5

36.9
36.9

26.1
63.0

14.5
77.5

7.2
84.7

2.5
87.2

1.9
89.2

1.0
90.2

.0
90.2

.6
90.8

.6
91.4

Pennsylvania (234)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.7
18.7

15.8
34.6

9.3
43.9

6.1
50.0

5.4
55.5

4.5
60.0

2.2
62.2

2.1
64.4

1.6
66.1

1.6
67.7

14.5
14.5

15.7
30.2

8.9
39.1

6.7
45.9

5.3
51.3

4.4
55.8

2.5
58.3

2.0
60.4

1.9
62.3

1.8
64.1

New Jersey (101)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Mexico (58)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative
New York (170)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Carolina (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

184




74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June
Rhode Island (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

66.3
66.3

23.0
89.3

5.7
95.1

3.1
98.2

.6
98.9

.5
99.5

.2
99.8

.1
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

61.2
61.2

26.1
87.4

6.9
94.3

3.6
98.0

.7
98.7

.7
99.5

.3
99.8

.1
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

South Carolina (77)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

34.2
34.2

24.6
58.9

5.6
64.5

5.3
69.9

2.4
72.3

2.3
74.6

2.1
76.8

1.6
78.5

1.6
80.2

1.2
81.4

26.1
26.1

26.6
52.7

5.6
53.4

5.4
69.9

2.4
72.3

2.3
74.7

2.2
76.9

1.7
78.5

1.7
80.2

1.2
81.4

South Dakota (101)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.9
41.9

15.1
57.0

6.2
63.2

2.2
65.5

2.2
67.7

2.1
69.9

1.5
71.5

1.5
73.1

1.5
74.6

1.3
76.0

32.3
32.3

17.3
49.7

4.2
54.0

2.9
56.9

2.9
59.8

2.8
62.6

2.0
64.7

.0
64.8

2.0
66.7

1.8
68.6

Tennessee (207)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

14.8
14.8

13.1
27.9

11.2
39.2

10.2
49.4

8.2
57.6

4.2
61.9

4.0
65.9

1.2
67.2

.8
68.0

.7
68.8

13.9
13.9

12.8
26.7

10.8
37.6

10.1
47.7

8.3
56.0

4.0
60.1

4.2
64.3

1.3
65.6

.8
66.5

.8
67.3

Texas (972)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.

19.5
19.5

10.1
29.6

7.7
37.4

5.1
42.5

3.1
45.7

3.1
48.8

2.4
51.2

1.8
53.0

1.0
54.1

.9
55.0

17.8
17.8

9.3
27.2

7.8
35.0

5.4
40.5

3.3
43.8

3.0
46.9

2.5
49.4

1.8
51.3

1.0
52.4

.9
53.3

Utah (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

32.1
32.1

24.8
57.0

8.9
65.9

7.1
73.0

6.8
79.9

5.3
85.2

1.3
86.5

1.2
87.8

1.1
88.9

1.1
90.0

30.8
30.8

22.8
53.6

9.1
62.7

8.1
70.9

7.0
78.0

5.5
83.5

1.4
85.0

1.3
86.38

1.2
87.6

1.2
88.9

27.9
27.9

18.9
46.8

14.9
61.8

10.2
72.0

5.5
77.5

4.5
82.0

2.5
84.0

2.3
87.0

2.0
89.1

2.0
91.1

27.4
27.4

18.7
46.2

14.6
60.9

9.6
70.5

6.0
76.6

4.7
81.3

2.7
84.1

2.5
86.6

2.1
88.7

2.1
90.8

Virginia (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.5
17.5

14.2
31.8

11.6
43.4

10.6
54.0

10.0
64.0

8.6
72.9

3.8
76.5

2.6
79.1

1.1
80.2

1.0
81.3

18.3
18.3

13.9
32.3

9.8
41.5

10.2
51.7

9.8
61.7

9.3
70.9

4.0
74.9

2.7
77.6

1.2
78.8

1.1
80.0

Washington (86)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

38.4
38.4

14.0
52.5

9.2
61.7

8.9
70.7

8.6
79.4

3.8
83.3

2.2
85.5

1.0
86.5

.9
87.5

.8
88.4

36.7
36.7

14.7
51.4

9.2
60.7

9.9
70.6

7.6
78.3

3.7
82.1

2.2
84.3

1.1
85.5

1.1
86.6

.6
87.3

West Virginia (96)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.7
14.7

14.2
28.9

6.6
35.5

4.6
40.1

4.5
44.7

3.6
48.3

3.3
51.6

3.2
54.9

2.6
57.6

2.4
60.0

14.3
14.3

14.0
28.3

6.2
34.5

4.4
39.0

4.3
43.3

3.5
46.8

3.3
50.2

3.3
53.5

2.4
55.9

2.4
58.4

Vermont (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.

..

185

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

|

6

5

7

8

9

|

10

June
Wisconsin (300)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.4
15.4

11.8
41.1

7.8
48.9

5.2
54.1

3.4
57.6

2.1
59.7

1.4
61.1

.9
62.0

.8
62.9

15.0
15.0

13.6
28.7

10.8
39.6

8.0
47.6

5.1
52.8

3.5
56.4

1.3
57.9

1.5
59.2

.9
60.2

.9
61.2

24.8
24.8

8.9
33.8

6.9
40.7

5.9
46.6

5.8
52.5

4.2
56.7

3.1
59.9

3.0
62.9

2.4
65.4

2.2
67.6

22.0
22.0

Wyoming (51)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.7
29.2

8.8
30.9

6.9
37.9

6.3
44.2

6.2
50.5

4.2
54.7

3.4
58.2

3.1
61.4

2.5
63.9

2.3
66.2

December
United States (11, 410)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

4.8
4.8

California (400)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Connecticut (48)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

186



3.4
8.6

3.1
11.7

2.0
13.7

1.7
15.4

2.0
17.5

1.6
19.0

1.2
20.2

1.7
22.0

1.8
23.8

19.3
38.79

16.1
54.9

11.6
66.6

3.9
70.5

2.2
72.7

1.0
73.8

.9
74.9

.8
75.8

.8
76.7

17.9
36.3

17.1
53.4

10.1
63.5

4.2
67.8

2.6
70.4

1.0
71.5

.9
72.4

1.0
73.4

.8
74.3

27.5
71.7

16.4
88.2

3.8
92.0

3.7
95.8

1.7
97.5

1.7
99.3

1.6
100.0

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

42.6
42.6

25.1
67.7

18.8
86.5

4.3
90.8

4.2
95.1

2.0
97.1

2.0
99.2

.7
100.0

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

28.8
59.3

19.0
78.3

6.4
84.8

4.1
89.0

2.6
91.7

1.5
93.2

.9
94.1

.9
95.0

.6
95.7

31.1
62.7

21.2
84.0

6.6
90.6

.1
90.7

.4
91.1

1.5
92.6

.9
93.6

1.0
94.6

.7
95.3

10.0
21.2

4.3
25.6

3.6
29.2

3.4
32.6

2.8
35.4

2.3
37.8

1.9
39.8

1.9
41.7

1.7
43.5

10.2
21.3

4.4
25.7

3.5
29.2

3.4
32.7

2.6
35.3

2.4
37.7

2.0
39.7

1.9
41.7

1.8
43.5

38.0
38.0

16.7
54.8

6.6
61.5

5.4
66.9

2.3
69.2

2.1
71.4

1.7
73.1

1.1
74.3

1.1
75.4

1.0
76.4

37.3
37.3

17.2
54.6

6.8
61.5

5.0
66.6

1.5
68.4

1.8
70.0

1.5
71.5

1.2
72.8

1.1
74.0

1.0
75.0

18.1
18.1

10.8
29.0

10.2
39.2

8.7
47.9

5.4
53.4

5.3
58.6

2.1
60.8

1.4
62.3

1.2
63.6

1.1
64.7

17.3
17.3

..

1.5
25.4

11.0
11.0

Colorado (2 12)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.6
23.9

11.1
11.1

.

1.6
22.3

31.6
31.6

Arkansas (190)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.6
20.6

30.4
30.4

Arizona (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.9
19.0

44.2
44.2
..

1.9
17.1

18.4
18.4

Alaska (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

2.7
15.1

19.4
19.4

Alabama (179)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.5
12.4

5.1
5.1

,

4.0
8.9

10.5
27.8

10.1
38.0

8.6
46.7

5.3
51.9

5.6
57.6

2.2
59.7

1.4
61.3

1.2
62.5

1.1
63.7

36.7
36.7

23.6
60.3

8.5
68.8

7.2
76.0

7.2
83.2

2.0
85.3

1.9
87.2

.8
88.1

.7
88.9

.7
89.6

32.6
32.6

23.9
56.6

9.6
66.3

7.4
73.8

7.7
81.4

2.2
83.7

2.1
85.9

1.0
86.9

.8
87.8

.8
88.6

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

10

December
Delaware (37)
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.3
13.3

11.9
25.3

9.7
35.1

7.9
43.0

6.9
50.0

5.9
55.9

5.6
61.6

5.6
67.3

5.2
72.5

4.3
76.9

2.9
2.9

9.8
12.8

16.1
28.8

14.9
43.8

2.1
45.9

.0
45.9

5.5
51.5

10.9
62.4

2.0
64.4

6.9
71.3

District of Columbia (22)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.9
28.9

28.5
57.4

11.7
69.2

9.1
78.3

5.6
83.9

5.5
89.5

2.1
91.6

1.4
93.1

1.4
94.5

.9
95.3

32.7
32.7

22.6
55.4

12.0
67.5

10.0
77.5

6.3
83.9

4.6
88.5

2.3
90.8

1.7
92.5

1.5
94.1

1.0
95.5

Florida (327)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26.0
26.0

18.8
44.8

S4.9
59.8

12.8
72.6

1.3
73.6

.8
74.4

.8
75.2

.7
76.0

.7
76.7

.6
77.3

26.9
26.9

18.4
45.3

12.9
58.4

13.1
71.4

1.0
72.4

.8
73.3

.8
74.1

.8
74.9

.7
75.6

.6
76.3

Georgia (311)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.1
18.1

16.4
34.6

13.3
47.9

5.4
53.4

5.2
58.6

4.9
63.5

2.6
66.2

2.4
68.7

1.6
70.3

1.6
72.0

16.4
16.4

13.9
30.3

11.4
41.7

6.0
47.8

5.8
53.6

5.6
59.2

2.9
62.1

2.8
64.9

.0
65.0

1.9
67.0

52.9
52.9

32.1
85.1

6.7
91.8

3.9
95.8

1.8
97.6

1.7
99.3

.6
99.9

.6
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

43.5
43.5

37.2
80.8

8.7
89.6

4.8
94.4

2.3
96.8

2.2
99.1

.8
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

Idaho (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

38.0
38.0

28.7
66.7

11.4
78.2

9.0
87.2

4.3
91.6

2.1
93.7

1.0
94.7

1.0
95.7

.6
96.4

.6
97.0

34.9
34.9

28.4
63.3

12.4
75.7

10.1
85.9

4.7
90.6

2.3
93.0

1.8
94.2

1.1
95.3

.7
96.1

.7
96.77

Illinois (720)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.4
16.4

9.5
26.0

6.3
32.3

6.2
38.5

5.5
44.1

2.6
46.7

2.4
49.2

1.7
50.9

1.4
52.4

1.2
53.6

14,0
14.0

7.9
21.9

5.1
27.0

4.6
31.7

4.6
36.6

3.0
39.6

2.8
42.5

1.9
44.4

1.6
46.1

1.3
47.4

Indiana (180)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.9
18.9

12.4
31.4

9.9
41.3

4.9
46.3

3.5
49.8

3.2
53.0

3.2
56.3

2.4
58.7

2.3
61.1

2.1
63.2

18.7
18.7

11.4
30.2

9.2
39.4

5.0
44.4

3.4
47.9

3.4
51.4

3.0
54.4

2.5
57.0

2.3
59.3

2.3
61.7

Iowa (424)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.1
15.1

6.8
22.0

4.0
26.1

3.5
29.6

3.2
32.9

2.4
35.3

1.4
36.8

1.2
38.0

1.1
39.2

1.1
40.3

12.5
12.5

6.8
19.4

4.2
23.7

3.7
27.4

3.3
30.7

2.3
33.1

1.4
34.5

1.2
35.8

1.2
37.0

1.1
38.1

Kansas (455)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.0
15.0

4.0
19.0

2.9
22.0

2.4
24.4

1.8
26.2

1.7
28.0

1.6
29.6

1.5
31.1

1.2
32.4

1.2
33.7

14.5
14.5

3.9
18.4

2.9
21.4

2.5
24.0

1.8
25.8

1.7
28.9

1.6
30.5

1.3
30.5

1.3
31.8

1.2
32.9

Hawaii (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




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74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

10

December
Kentucky (235)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.4
14.4

13.8
28.2

9.8
38.0

3.8
41.9

2.5
44.5

2.3
46.8

1.8
48.7

1.8
50.5

1.7
52.2

1.5
53.8

12.4
12.4

11.3
23.7

10.0
33.8

3.9
37.8

2.7
40.5

2.0
42.6

2.0
44.6

2.0
46.6

1.9
48.5

1.5
50.0

Louisiana (212)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.7
15.7

12.0
27.7

9.9
37.6

7.4
45.1

2.7
47.8

2.1
50.0

1.9
52.0

1.3
53.4

1.3
54.7

1.2
55.9

15.0
15.0

11.8
26.8

9.6
36.5

7.4
43.9

2.5
46.5

2.09
48.5

2.0
50.5

1.4
52.0

1.3
53.3

1.2
54.6

35.3
35.3

28.2
63.5

13.2
76.8

3.8
80.7

3.0
83.8

2.8
86.6

2.0
88.6

1.9
90.5

1.4
92.0

1.1
93,1

33.2
33.2

27.5
60.7

14.3
75.1

4.1
79.2

3.3
82.6

2.7
85.3

2.2
87.5

2.1
89.7

1.5
91.3

1.2
92.5

22.4
22.4

12.4
34.8

9.6
44.5

7.7
52.3

6.0
58.3

5.5
63.9

4.6
68.5

3.6
72.1

3.0
75.2

2.0
77.2

20.2
20.2

12.7
32.9

10.0
43.0

8.0
51.1

5.8
57.1

6.0
63.0

5.3
68,3

2.2
70.6

2.9
73.4

1.6
75.5

Massachusetts (62)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.9
22.9

16.4
39.4

14.5
54.0

11.8
65.8

10.0
75.9

8.9
84.9

3.0
87.9

2.5
90.4

1.1
91.5

.9
92.5

23.8
23.8

13.5
37.4

11.3
48.7

15.5
64.4

11.6
75.8

6.0
81.8

3.7
85.6

2.9
88.5

1.2
89.7

1.1
90.9

Michigan (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.1
23.1

21.5
44.7

12.6
57.4

9.6
66.9

7.8
74.8

2.3
77.1

2.2
79.3

1.5
80.9

1.4
82.4

1.0
83.4

19.6
19.6

20.2
39.8

14.3
54.1

10.1
64.3

7.8
72.1

2.4
74.6

2.4
77.0

1.7
78.7

1.5
80.3

1.1
81.4

Minnesota (468)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.9
29.9

24.4
54.4

2.3
56.7

2.1
58.8

1.7
60.6

1.2
61.9

.8
62.7

.7
63.5

.7
64.2

.6
64.9

23.6
23.6

24.6
48.2

2.5
50.8

2.3
53.1

1.9
55.1

1.4
56.5

.9
57.4

.9
58.3

.7
59.0

.6
59.7

Mississippi (119)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.6
17.6

16.9
34.6

7.7
42.3

6.5
48.8

5.3
54.2

2.8
57.1

2.0
59.1

1.9
61.1

1.5
62.6

1.5
64.1

16.2
16.2

15.9
32.3

7.7
39.9

6.8
46.7

5.5
52.3

2.9
55.3

2.2
57.4

1.9
59.4

1.6
61.0

1.6
62.7

Missouri (363)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.4
22.4

13.7
36.2

10.4
46.6

6.8
53.4

3.7
57.1

2.9
60.1

2.5
62.6

1.7
64.3

1.1
65.4

1.0
66.5

20.7
20.7

12.7
33.5

10.8
44.3

6.3
50.6

3.7
54.3

3.0
57.4

2.5
59.9

1.8
61.7

1.2
62,9

1.0
64.0

Montana (94)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.4
17.4

11.2
28.6

9.1
37.8

6.3
44.2

4.1
48.3

3.7
52.0

3.2
55.3

2.3
57.6

1.8
59.5

1.7
61.2

16.8
16.8

11.1
27.9

9.2
37.2

6.1
43.3

4.2
47.5

3.3
50.9

3.2
54.1

2.4
56.5

1.8
58.4

1.8
60.2

Maine (22)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maryland (79)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

188



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

10

December
Nebraska (313)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.5
14.5

13.3
27.8

9.6
37.4

6.2
43.7

1.7
45.4

1.6
47.1

1.4
48.5

1.3
49.9

1.1
51.0

1.0
52.1

15.1
15.1

12.4
27.6

8.6
36.3

6.1
42.5

1.7
44.2

1.6
45.8

1.5
47.4

1.4
48.8

1.2
50.1

1.0
51.1

Nevada (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.2
30.2

28.9
59.2

24.9
84.2

6.1
90.3

2.7
93.0

1.7
94.8

1.2
96.1

1.2
97.3

.5
97.8

.4
98.2

11.6
11.6

32.5
47.3

32.5
79.7

7.8
87.6

3.5
91.1

2.3
93.4

1.7
95.1

1.5
96.7

.6
97.3

.5
97.8

New Hampshire (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.4
23.4

22.3
45.8

13.2
59.0

4.9
63.9

4.1
68.1

4.0
72.2

2.9
75.1

2.8
77.9

2.4
80.4

2.1
82.5

23.5
23.5

19.2
42.8

14.4
57.3

4.6
61.9

4.5
66.4

4.3
70.8

3.1
73.9

3.1
77.1

2.7
79.8

2.4
82.2

21.2
21.2

11.1
32.4

10.3
42.7

6.6
49.3

5.8
55.2

4.2
59.5

4.2
63.7

4.0
67.7

3.0
70.7

2.5
73.2

21.5
21.5

11.1
32.6

10.6
43.3

6.6
50.0

5.7
55.7

4.4
60.2

4.4
64.7

4.2
68.9

3.2
72.1

2.6
74.8

26.2
26.2

10.8
36.6

7.6
44.3

6.8
51.1

6.7
57.9

3.3
61.2

3.2
64.4

2.3
66.7

1.7
68.5

1.6
70.2

24.4
24.4

10.8
36.1

7.4
43.5

7.1
50.6

6.9
57.6

2.9
60.5

3.3
63.8

2.4
66.3

1.8
68.1

1.7
69.9

19.3
19.3

15.3
34.7

10.9
45.6

7.0
52.6

6.3
59.0

5.9
64.9

3.5
68.4

3.5
71.9

3.4
75.4

3.0
78.5

20.7
20.7

15.5
36.2

12.8
49.0

2.0
51.1

7.8
58.9

3.7
62.6

3.6
66.2

4.9
71.1

2.0
73.2

4.4
77.6

23.6
23.6

20.7
44.3

20.3
64.7

7.2
71.9

6.2
78.2

4.3
82.5

3.5
86.1

2.9
89.0

2.6
91.7

.4
92.2

14.1
14.1

20.2
34.3

19.0
53.4

8.8
62.2

8.6
70.8

5.6
76.4

4.7
81.2

4.0
85.2

3.6
88.8

.6
89.5

North Dakota (123)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative

13.7
13.7

11.1
24.9

6.4
31.3

4.9
36.3

4.4
40.7

2.3
43.0

1.8
44.9

1.7
46.6

1.6
48.3

1.5
49.8

Per organization
Cumulative

14.2
14.2

11.2
25.4

6.2
31.7

5.1
36.8

4.2
41.1

2.3
43.5

1.8
45.4

1.6
47.1

1.6
48.7

1.5
50.3

Ohio (215)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.3
16.3

15.7
32.0

15.2
47.3

8.6
55.9

7.4
63.4

5.4
68.8

3.0
71.8

2.9
74.7

2.6
77.4

1.5
78.9

15.5
15.5

16.0
31.5

15.0
46.5

7.7
54.3

7.2
61.5

5.8
67.4

3.2
70.7

2.4
73.2

3.0
76.2

.0
76.2

Oklahoma (365)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.6
8.6

8.0
16.7

4.6
21.3

3.4
24.8

2.3
27.1

2.0
29.1

1.7
30.9

1.6
32.5

1.5
34.0

1.3
35.4

8.5
8.5

7.1
15.7

4.4
20.1

2.7
22.9

2.4
25.3

1.9
27.2

1.8
29.1

1.6
30.7

1.5
32.3

1.5
33.8

New Jersey (96)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Mexico (60)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New York (169)
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Carolina (71)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




189

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total

Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

|

3

| 4

6

5

7

8

9

10

December
Oregon (45)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

42.7
42.7

22.9
65.7

12.4
78.1

6.8
84.9

2.4
87.4

2.1
89.5

.9
90.4

.6
91.0

.5
91.6

.5
92.1

37.7
37.7

25.2
63.0

13.1
76.1

7.5
83.6

2.7
86.3

2.3
88.6

1.0
89.7

.6
90.4

.6
91.0

.6
91.6

Pennsylvania (228)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.8
20.8

15.7
36.6

9.4
46.0

6.0
52.0

6.0
58.0

5.5
63.6

2.4
66.1

2.1
68.2

1.7
70.0

1.5
71.5

15.1
15.1

15.8
32.0

8.8
40.9

5.9
46.9

6.5
53,4

5.7
59.2

2.4
61.6

2.4
64.1

1.8
66.0

1.8
67.8

Rhode Island (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

62.3
62.3

26.3
88.7

6.2
95.0

3.6
98.6

.7
99.3

.3
99.7

.1
99.8

.1
100.0

.1
100.0

55.7
55.7

30.6
86.3

7.7
94.1

4.2
98.4

.9
99.3

.3
99.7

.1
99.8

.1

100.0

.1
100.0

,..

33.0
33.0

24.7
57.7

5.6
63.3

5.4
68.8

2.7
71.5

2.3
73.9

2.2
76.2

1.7
77.9

1.4
79.4

1.3
80.8

.,.

24.7
24.7

26.5
51.3

5.7
57.9

6.6
63.6

3.2
66.9

2.8
69.7

2.3
72.1

2.0
74.1

1.7
75.9

1.6
77.5

..

37.8
37.8

18.6
56.5

4.9
61.5

2.4
63.9

2.3
66.3

2.2
68.6

1.7
70.3

1.6
71.9

1.3
73.3

1.3
74.7

29.1
29.1

18.0
47.1

4.5
51.7

3.1
54.8

3.0
57.8

2.8
60.7

2.2
63.0

2.1
65.1

1.8
66.9

1.8
68.7

15.2
15.2

12.6
27.8

11.0
38.9

10.1
49.1

8.2
57.3

4.4
61.8

3.7
65.5

1.2
66.7

.8
67.6

.7
68.3

14.0
14.0

12.5
26.5

10.9
37.4

9.7
47.2

8.2
55.4

4.0
59.4

3.9
63.3

1.3
64,7

.9
65.6

.8
66.4

20.1
20.1

10.7
30.8

10.2
41.1

3.1
44.2

2.1
46.4

1.9
48.4

1.8
50.2

1.2
51.5

1.0
52.6

.9
53.5

17.3
17.3

10.9
28.3

9.8
38.2

3.3
41.5

1.5
43.0

2.1
45.1

1.9
47.0

1.3
48.3

1.1
49.4

.9
50.4

33.0
33.0

24.6
57.7

8.8
66.5

6.7
73.3

6.6
79.9

5.2
85.2

1.3
86.5

1.2
87.8

1.3
88.9

1.0
90.0

31.5
31.5

22.7
54.3

9.1
63.4

7.8
71.2

6.8
78.1

5.4
83.5

1.4
84.9

1.3
86.3

1.2
87.6

1.2
88.8

28.7
28.7

20.0
48.7

16.1
64.9

11.1
76.1

4.4
80.5

2.9
83.4

2.3
85.8

2.2
88.0

2.2
90.3

2.2
92.5

28.2
28.2

20.6
20.6

15.5
64.4

10.4
74.9

4.6
79.6

3.1
82.7

2.3
85.1

2.3
87.4

2.3
89.8

2.3
92.1

16.6
16.6

14.7
31.3

12.5
43.9

12.0
56.0

9.4
65.5

8.2
73.8

3.4
77.2

2.5
79.7

1.1
80.8

1.0
81.9

18.1
18.1

13.7
31.9

8.7
40.6

11.8
52.3

9.0
61.4

9.3
70.7

3.6
74.4

2.8
77.2

1.2
78.5

19.1

South Carolina (77)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Dakota (99)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

. ..

.

Tennessee (208)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Texas (970)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

, ..

Utah (36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Vermont (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (141)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

190



. ..
...

....

ioo!o
.1
100.0

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest hanking organizations (all commercial
hanks and trust companies), hy state, 1992—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

|

4

|

5

6

7

8

9

10

December
Washington (88)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

38.2
38.2

14.8
53.1

9.2
62.3

8.9
71.3

7.3
78.6

4.3
82.9

2.3
85.3

1.1
86.4

1.1
87.5

.6
88.2

36.1
36.1

15.0
51.1

9.6
60.7

9.6
70.3

7.2
77.6

4.4
82.1

2.3
84.4

1.2
85.6

1.1
86.8

.7
87.6

14.9
14.9

14.2
29.2

8.2
37.4

4.6
42.0

4.5
46.6

4.1
50.7

3.3
54.1

3.2
57.3

2.8
60.1

2.7
62.9

14.6
14.6

14.1
28.7

7.7
36.4

4.4
40.9

4.4
45.3

4.0
49.3

3.4
52.7

3.2
56.0

2.5
58.5

2.8
61.3

Wisconsin (298)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.8
16.8

13.6
30.5

12.0
42.5

7.5
50.1

5.0
55.2

3.3
58.5

2.0
60.6

1.4
62.0

.9
62.9

.8
63.7

16.0
16.0

13.5
29.6

10.6
40.2

8.1
48.3

5.1
53.5

3.4
56.9

1.4
58.4

1.5
59.9

.9
60.8

.8
61.7

Wyoming (51)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.6
24.6

8.2
32.8

6.8
39.7

6.2
45.9

6.0
52.0

4.1
56.2

3.1
59.3

2.8
62.1

2.5
64.6

2.3
66.9

22.8
22.8

8.3
31.1

6.9
38.0

6.5
44.6

6.3
50.9

4.0
55.0

3.2
58.2

2.9
61.2

2.5
63.7

2.4
66.2

West Virginia (91)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.

.

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75. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, in the United States, by size of bank assets,
December 31,19921
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Account

Size of bank (by assets)

All banks2
Under 10

10-24

50 or more

25-49

ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Cash and due from depository institutions
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities, total
Securities
Other securities
Customers' liability on acceptances
Assets held in trading accounts
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreement 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
1 3 Investment i n unconsolidated subdivisions
14 Total assets

689,804
2,631,550
184,067
228,394
94,925
0

2,068
4,205
10
J,699
0
0

37,355
82,549
3,640
7,008
0
0

85,597
209,614
13,678
7,053
584
0

564,784
2,335,182
166,739
212,634
94,341
0

727,336
5,360,319
195,436
193,554
132,782
10,847
1,098

580
8,900
577
150
222
0

34,462
155,885
8,530
3,341
5,725
566

82,525
494,644
19,944
19,443
13,849
610

609,769
4,700,890
166,385
170,620
112,986
9,671
1,098

11,691,117

0
18,484

0
341,827

0
949,787

10,381,019

LIABILITIES
Deposits
15 Demand—Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
16 Total nontransaction accounts—Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
17 U.S. government
18 States and political subdivisions
19 Certified and officers' checks

23 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreement to repurchase
24 Treasury note balances and other borrowings
25 Mortgage indebtedness
26 All other liabilities
27 Total liabilities
28 Subordinated notes and debentures

3,651

51,649

124,278

1,372,559

9,315
389
1,461
355

165,759
24,938
22,417
3,119

513,084
29,573
57,569
8,852

6,122,111
124,393
291,255
101,118

10,195,454
1,892,766
7,313,175

17,006
4,233
10,527

308,075
69,508
204,003

839,722
160,161
586,914

9,030,651
1,65H,864
6,511,731

303,001
69,164
3,644
97,281

0
0
0
77

2,885
974
1
2,645

4,278
6,368
23
14,032

295,838
61,822
3,620
80,527

9,083,487

20 Total deposits
21 Demand
22 Nontransaction accounts

1,552,137
6,810,269
179,293
372,702
113,444

17,083

314,580

864,423

7,887,401

5,179

0

275

337

4,567

11,766
242,536
275,911
225,752

0
1,260
1,170
-1,029

1,240
12,190
23,379
-9,837

2,725
56,164
39,749
-13,611

7,801
172,922
211,613
250,229

755,965

1,401

26,972

85,027

642,565

9,844,631

18,484

341,827

949,787

8,534,533

100

2

19

28

51

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

192



76. Financial assets of pension funds, totals for private and public funds1
Billions of dollars
Fund
1 Total, all types
2 Private fund
3 Insured
4 Noninsured2
5
Checkable deposits and currency .
6
Time deposits
7
Money market fund shares
8
Other corporate equities
9
U S government securities . .
10
Corporate and foreign bonds . . . .
11
Mortgages
..
12
Miscellaneous assets
13 Public fund
14 State and local government
15
Corporate and foreign bonds . . . .
16
Corporate equities
17
U S government securities
18
Other
19 U S government
20
Civil service3
21
Railroad

1981

1982

1983

996.9

1,279.3

686 5
199.8
486 7
3.4
25.7
6.6
222.6
66.9
83.3
3.9
49.9
3104
224.2
103.8
47.8
51 8
20.8
86 2
84.8
1.4

918 8
242.9
675 9
3.1
49.1
4.7
311.0
104.7
88.8
5.8
53.2
360 5
262.5
107.3
60.2
71 2
23.9
97 9
97.4
.5

1984

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1,520.8

i 1985
1
1,698.3 1,991.9

2,314.3

2,470.5

2,755 0

3,210.5

3 303.0

4,208.8

4,573.7

1 097 6
286.4
811 2
3.3
63.3
5.1
375.7
129.4
101.1
65
67.8
423 2
311.2
106.6
89.6
88 2
26.8
112 0
111.4
.6

1,211 8
331.6
880 2
3.8
77.5
8.1
374.3
150.1
117.8
6.6
77.9
486.5
356.6
118.1
96.5
1112
30.7
130 0
126.9
3.1

1 675 3
4769
1 198 4
5.3
102.3
13.2
580.1
1844
132.8
68
101.6
638 9
469.4
139.8
150 2
144 2
35 3
169 6
163 4
6.2

1 765 1
548 7
1 216 4
5.9
100.5
11.4
603 4
179 3
128.5
57
1040
705 5
517 0
124.5
169 6
168 7
54 1
188 4
181 6
6.8

1 940 8 2 246 7 2 301 0 3 056 0 3 297 9
710 7
627 7
876 5
948 5
795 1
1 313 1 1 536 0 1 505 8 2 179 5 2 349 4
6.7
15.9
17.1
7.3
6.8
105.2
114.8
115.0
107.6
115.0
21.5
17.5
22.1
22.9
13.0
825.7
6640
751 5 1,030.9 1,128.1
183 4
286 9
304 5
207 1
218 0
148.3
213.9
227.2
131.3
155.3
27 8
30 3
57
66
25 6
286.3
301.5
119 1
121 7
108 6
963 8 1 002 1 1 152 8 1 275 8
814 2
876.8
972.3
734 9
751 5
606 1
183.4
187.0
182,4
145.7
176.8
300 1
219 7
386 6
448 9
296 1
198 2
184 5
219 8
242 0
275 5
64 7
60 9
56 2
54 2
58 8
276 0
303 5
208 1
228 9
250 5
265 5
292 0
200 3
220 1
241 2
8.7
10.6
11.5
7.8
9.3

1 438 4
400.0
1 038 4
5.6
99.0
9.1
481.6
155.9
115.7
70
93.6
553 5
404.7
129.0
120.1
123 5
32 1
148 8
144 6
4.2

77. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1992
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit

Regulation G

Total

37,309

171
8,068

37,480
8,068

37,309

8,239

45,548

NYSE members

Other brokers
and dealers'

Total

1 Margin accounts2
2 "Planle nders"3

37,304

5

3 Total

37,304

5




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78. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1992
Millions of dollars
Item

Amount 1

ASSETS
\
2
3
4

Debit balances due from public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

37,309
4,857
820
743

5 Total

43,729

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 To be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 AH other assets

161,812
146,186
154,007

9 Total assets

505,734
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10
11
12
13

Credit balances due to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

14 Total
15
16
17
18

Credit balances due on loans
Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
U.S. banks
Foreign banks
Other lenders

19 Total (lines 16 through 18)

21,816
16,995
4,814
12,808
56,433
81,843
7,454
2,859
21,112
31,426

20 To be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 All other liabilities and capital

223,416
112,616

22 Total liabilities and capital

505,734

MEMO:
Number of margin accounts
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

901,872
1,999,352

25 Total

2,901,224

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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 during preceding montfi or quarter.
2. Figures incorporate adjustments for discontinuities, or "breaks,"
associated with regulatory changes in reserve requirements.
3. The seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted monetary base consists of
(1) seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1), plus (2) the
seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock, plus (3) (for
all quarterly reporters on the "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other
Deposits and Vault Cash" and for all weekly reporters whose vault cash
exceeds their required reserves) the seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted
difference between current vault cash and the amount applied to satisfy
current reserve requirements.
4. Composition of the money stock measures and debt is as follows:
Ml: (1) currency outside the U.S. 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
owed 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 (OCDs) 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. Seasonally adjusted
Ml is computed by summing currency, travelers checks, demand
deposits, and OCDs, each seasonally adjusted separately.
M2: Ml plus (1) overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase
agreements (RPs) issued by all depository institutions and overnight
Eurodollars issued to US. residents by foreign branches of U.S. banks
worldwide, (2) savings (including MMDAs) and small time deposits
(time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts of less than $ 100,000),
and (3) balances in both taxable and tax-exempt general-purpose and
broker-dealer money market funds. Excludes individual retirement
accounts (IRAs) 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. Seasonally adjusted M2 is computed by adjusting its non-Mi component as a
whole and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted Ml.
M3: M2 plus (1) large time deposits and term RP liabilities (in
amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by all depository institutions,
(2) term Eurodollars held by U.S. residents at foreign branches of US.
banks worldwide and at all banking offices in the United Kingdom and
Canada, (3) and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only
money market funds. Excludes amounts held by depository institutions,
the U.S. government, money market funds, and foreign banks and official
institutions. Also excluded is the estimated amount of overnight RPs and
Eurodollars held by institution-only money market funds. Seasonally
adjusted M3 is computed by adjusting its non-M2 component as a whole
and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted M2.
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings bonds,
short-term Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, net of money market fund holdings of these assets. Seasonally
adjusted L is computed by summing U.S. savings bonds, shont-term U.S.




Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, each
seasonally adjusted separately, and then adding this result to M3.
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. Data
are derived from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts.
Data on debt of domestic nonfinancial sectors are monthly averages,
derived by averaging adjacent month-end levels. Growth rates for debt
reflect adjustments for discontinuities over time in the levels of debt
presented in other tables.
5. Sum of (1) overnight RPs and Eurodollars, (2) money market fund
balances (general purpose and broker-dealer), (3) savings deposits
(including MMDAs), and (4) small time deposits.
6. Sum of (1) large time deposits, (2) term RPs, (3) term Eurodollars
of U.S. residents, and (4) money market fund balances (institution-only),
less (5) a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount
of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money market
funds. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
7. Small time deposits—including retail RPs—are those issued in
amounts of less than $100,000. All IRA and Keogh account balances at
commercial banks and thrift institutions are subtracted from small time
deposits.
8. Large time deposits are those issued in amounts of $100,000 or
more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.
9. Large time deposits at commercial banks less those held by money
market funds, depository institutions, U.S. government, and foreign
banks and official institutions.

TABLE 2
1. Amounts of cash held as reserves are shown in table 3, line 2.
2. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U.S. government
securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes securities
sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched sale-purchase
transactions,
3. Excludes required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate
for float.

TABLE 3
1. Data in this table also appear in the Board's H.3 (502) weekly
statistical release.
2. Excludes required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate
for float and includes other off-balance-sheet "as-of' adjustments.
3. Total "lagged" vault cash held by depository institutions subject to
reserve requirements. Dates refer to the maintenance periods during
which the vault cash can be used to satisfy reserve requirements. As of
the maintenance period that ended November 25, 1992, each maintenance period for weekly reporters ends sixteen days after the lagged
computation period during which the vault cash is held. Previously, each
maintenance period ended thirty days after the lagged computation
period.
4. All vault cash held during the lagged computation period by
"bound" institutions (that is, those whose required reserves exceed their

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vault cash) plus the amount of vault cash applied during the maintenance
period by "nonbound" institutions (that is, those whose vault cash
exceeds their required reserves) to satisfy current reserve requirements.
5. Total vault cash (line 2) less applied vault cash (line 3).
6. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks (line 1) plus applied
vault cash (line 3).
7. Total reserves (line 5) less required reserves (line 6).
8. Also includes adjustment credit.
9. Consists of borrowing at the discount window under the terms and
conditions established for the extended credit program to help depository
institutions deal with sustained liquidity pressures. Because there is not
the same need to repay such borrowing promptly as there is with
traditional short-term adjustment credit, the money market impact of
extended credit is similar to that of nonborrowed reserves.

TABLE 4
1. Banks with assets of $4 billion or more as of December 31, 1988.
Data in this table also appear in the Board's H.4 (507) weekly statistical
release.
2. Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities, other depository institutions, foreign banks and official institutions, and US. 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. 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.
2. Seasonal credit is available to help relatively small depository
institutions meet regular seasonal needs for funds that arise from a clear
pattern of intrayearly movements in their deposits and loans and that
cannot be met through special industry lenders. Before January 9, 1992,
the rate charged on seasonal credit was the basic discount rate. Beginning
with the first full maintenance period in 1992, the rate charged on
seasonal credit has been based upon the rates on market sources of funds.
The market-related rate on seasonal credit is ordinarily reestablished on
the first business day of each two-week reserve maintenance period;
however, it is never less than the discount rate applicable to adjustment
credit.
3. Extended credit may be made available to depository institutions
when similar assistance is not reasonably available from other sources,
including special industry lenders. Such credit may be provided when
exceptional circumstances (including sustained deposit drains, impaired
access to money market funds, or sudden deterioration in loan repayment
performance) or practices involve only a particular institution, or to meet
the needs of institutions experiencing difficulties adjusting to changing
market conditions over a longer period (particularly at times of depository disintermediation). See section 201.3(b)(2) of Regulation A.
4. For extended-credit loans outstanding more than thirty 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 fifty 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.

TABLE 6
1. Required reserves must be held in the form of deposits with Federal
Reserve Banks or vault cash. Nonmember institutions may maintain
reserve balances with a Federal Reserve Bank indirectly on a passthrough basis with certain approved institutions. For previous reserve
requirements, see earlier editions of the Annual Report of the Federal
Reserve System or the Federal Reserve Bulletin. Under provisions of the
Monetary Control Act, depository institutions include commercial banks,

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mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions,
agencies and branches of foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations.
2. The Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982 (Public
Law 97-320) requires that $2 million of reservable liabilities of each
depository institution be subject to a zero percent reserve requirement.
The Board is to adjust the amount of reservable liabilities subject to this
zero percent reserve requirement each year for the 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 December 15, 1992, the exemption was raised from
$3.6 million to $3.8 million. The exemption applies in the following
order: (1) net negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts (NOW
accounts less allowable deductions); and (2) net other transaction
accounts. The exemption applies only to accounts that would be subject
to a 3 percent reserve requirement.
3. Includes all deposits against 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, money market deposit accounts (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 may be checks, are not transaction accounts (such accounts are
savings deposits).
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 change in
transaction accounts held by all depository institutions, determined as
of June 30 each year. Effective December 15, 1992, for institutions
reporting quarterly, and December 24, 1992, for institutions reporting
weekly, the amount was increased from $42.2 million to $46.8 million,
4. The reserve requirement was reduced from 12 percent to 10 percent
on April 2, 1992, for institutions that report weekly, and on April 16,
1992, for institutions that report quarterly.
5. For institutions that report weekly, the reserve requirement on
nonpersonal time deposits with an original maturity of less than 1 */a years
was reduced from 3 percent to 1 */2 percent for the maintenance period
that began December 13, 1990, and to zero for the maintenance period
that began December 27, 1990. The reserve requirement on nonpersonal
time deposits with a original maturity of 1 ¥2 years or more has been zero
since October 6, 1983.
For institutions that report quarterly, the reserve requirement on
nonpersonal time deposits with an original maturity of less that 1 1 /2 years
was reduced from 3 percent to zero on January 17, 1991.
6. The reserve requirement on Eurocurrency liabilities was reduced
from 3 percent to zero in the same manner and on the same dates as were
the reserve requirement on nonpersonal time deposits with an original
maturity of less than l!/2 years (see note 4).

TABLE 7
1. Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce holdings of the
System Open Market Account; all other figures increase such holdings.
Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. In July 1984 the Open Market Trading Desk stopped accepting
bankers acceptances in repurchase agreements.

TABLE 8
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding. Some of the data
in this table also appear in the Board's H.4.1 (503) weekly statistical
release.
2. 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.
3. Valued monthly at market exchange rates.
4. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve Bank of
Chicago in Treasury bills maturing within ninety days.

5. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange commitments.
6. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are exempt from
the collateral requirement.
7. Holdings under repurchase agreement are classified as maturing
within fifteen days in accordance with maximum maturity of the
agreements.

TABLE 9
1. Data in this table also appear on the Board's G.6 (406) monthly
statistical release.
2. Represents accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
and of states and political subdivisions.
3. Accounts authorized for negotiable order of withdrawal (NOWs)
and accounts authorized for automatic transfer to demand deposits (ATS).
4. Money market deposit accounts.

TABLE 10
1. Latest monthly and weekly figures are available from the Board's
H.6 (508) weekly statistical release. Historical data starting in 1959 are
available from the Money and Reserves Projections Section, Division of
Monetary Affairs, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System,
Washington DC 20551.
2. Composition of the money stock measures and debt is as follows:
Ml: (1) currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
the vaults of depository institutions, (2) travelers checks of nonbank
issuers, (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other man those
owed to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreiign banks
and official institutions, less cash items in the process of collection and
Federal Reserve float, and (4) other checkable deposits (OCDs) 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. Seasonally adjusted
Ml is computed by summing currency, travelers checks, demand
deposits, and OCDs, each seasonally adjusted separately.
M2: Ml plus (1) overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase
agreements (RPs) issued by all depository institutions and overnight
Eurodollars issued to US. residents by foreign branches of U.S. banks
worldwide, (2) savings (including MMDAs) and small time deposits
(time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts of less than $100,000),
and (3) balances in both taxable and tax-exempt general-purpose and
broker-dealer money market funds. Excludes individual retirement
accounts (IRAs) 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. Seasonally adjusted M2 is computed by adjusting its non-Mi component as a
whole and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted Ml.
M3: M2 plus (1) large time deposits and term RP liabilities (in
amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by all depository institutions,
(2) 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 (3) balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only
money market funds. Excludes amounts held by depository institutions,
the US. government, money market funds, and foreign banks and official
institutions. Also excluded is the estimated amount of overnight RPs and
Eurodollars held by institution-only money market funds. Seasonally
adjusted M3 is computed by adjusting its non-M2 component as a whole
and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted M2.
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings bonds,
short-term Treasury securities, commercial paper and bankers acceptances, net of money market fund holdings of these assets. Seasonally
adjusted L is computed by summing US. savings bonds, short-term
Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, each
seasonally adjusted separately, and then adding this result to M3.
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. Data
are derived from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts.
Debt data are monthly averages derived by averaging adjacent month-end
levels. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
3. Currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
vaults of depository institutions.
4. Outstanding amount of US. dollar-denominated travelers checks of
nonbank issuers. Travelers checks issued by depository institutions are
included in demand deposits.
5. Demand deposits at commercial banks and foreign-related institutions other than those owed to depository institutions, the U.S. government, foreign banks and official institutions, less cash items in the process
of collection and Federal Reserve float.
6. Consists of NOW and ATS account balances at all depository
institutions, credit union share draft account balances, and demand
deposits at thrift institutions.
7. Sum of (1) overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, (2) money
market fund balances (general purpose and broker-dealer), (3) savings
deposits (including MMDAs), and (4) small time deposits.
8. Sum of (1) large time deposits, (2) term RPs, and (3) term
Eurodollars of US. residents, (4) money market fund balances (institution-only), less (5) a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only
money market funds.
9. Small 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 thrift institutions are
excluded from small time deposits.
10. Large time deposits are those issued in amounts of $100,000 or
more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.
11. Large time deposits at commercial banks less those held by money
market funds, depository institutions, US. government, and foreign
banks and official institutions.

TABLE 11
1. Latest monthly and biweekly figures are available from the Board's
H.3 (502) weekly statistical release. Historical data starting in 1959 and
estimates of the impact on required reserves of changes in reserve
requirements are available from the Money and Reserves Projections
Section, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Washington, DC 20551.
2. Figures reflect adjustments for discontinuities, or "breaks" associated with regulatory changes in reserve requirements.
3. Seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves equal seasonally
adjusted break-adjusted required reserves (line 4) plus unadjusted unadjusted excess reserves (line 16).
4. Seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted nonborrowed reserves equal
seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1) less total
borrowings of depository institutions from the Federal Reserve (line 17).
5. 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 with traditional short-term adjustment credit, the money
market impact of extended credit is similar to that of nonborrowed
reserves.
6. The seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted monetary base consists of
(1) seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1), plus (2) the
seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock, plus (3) (for
all quarterly reporters on the "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other
Deposits and Vault Cash" and for all those weekly reporters whose vault
cash exceeds their required reserves), the seasonally adjusted, breakadjusted difference between current vault cash and the amount applied to
satisfy current reserve requirements.
7. Break-adjusted total reserves equal break-adjusted required
reserves (line 9) plus excess reserves (line 16).
8. To adjust required reserves for discontinuities that are due to
regulatory changes in reserve requirements, a multiplicative procedure is
used to estimate what required reserves would have been in past periods
had current reserve requirements been in effect. Break-adjusted required

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reserves are equal to break-adjusted required reserves against transactions deposits
9. The break-adjusted monetary base equals (1) break-adjusted total
reserves (line 6), plus (2) the (unadjusted) currency component of the
money stock, plus (3) (for all quarterly reporters on the "Report of
Transaction Accounts, Other Deposits and Vault Cash" and for all those
weekly reporters whose vault cash exceeds their required reserves) the
break-adjusted difference between current vault cash and the amount
applied to satisfy current reserve requirements.
10. Reflects actual reserve requirements, including those on nondeposit liabilities, with no adjustments to eliminate the effects of discontinuities associated with regulatory changes in reserve requirements.
11. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements.
12. The monetary base, not break-adjusted and not seasonally
adjusted, consists of (1) total reserves (line 11), plus (2) required clearing
balances and adjustments to compensate for float at Federal Reserve
Banks, plus (3) the currency component of the money stock, plus (4) (for
all quarterly reporters on "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other
Deposits and Vault Cash" and for all those weekly reporters whose vault
cash exceeds their required reserves) the difference between current vault
cash and the amount applied to satisfy current reserve requirements.
Since the introduction of changes in reserve requirements, currency and
vault cash figures have been measured over computation periods ending
on Mondays.
13. Unadjusted total reserves (line 11) less unadjusted required
reserves (line 14).

6. Figures are partly averages of daily data and partly averages of
Wednesday data.
1. Time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more. Estimated
averages of daily data.
8. U.S. Treasury demand deposits and treasury tax and loan notes at
commercial banks. Averages of daily data.

TABLE 12

TABLE 15

1. All commercial banks include domestically chartered insured
banks, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, New York state
investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act
and agreement corporations owned by domestically chartered and foreign
banks. Data are prorated averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically chartered and foreign related institutions, based on weekly reports
of a sample of domestically chartered insured banks and large branches
and agencies and quarterly reports of all domestically chartered insured
banks and all agencies, branches, investment companies, and Edge Act
and agreement corporations engaged in banking.
For information concerning breaks in series refer to the notes published in the Board's H.4.2 (504) weekly statistical release.
2. Adjusted to exclude loans to commercial banks in the United States.
3. Includes nonfinancial commercial paper held.
4. United States includes the fifty states and the District of Columbia.

1. Includes certificates of participation, issued or guaranteed by
agencies of the U.S. government, in pools of residential mortgages.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Includes allocated transfer risk reserve.
4. Includes negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW), automatic transfer
(ATS), and telephone and preauthorized transfers of savings deposits.
5. Includes borrowings only from other than directly related
institutions.
6. Includes federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
7. This balancing item is not intended as a measure of equity capital
for use in capital-adequacy analysis.
8. Excludes loans to and federal funds transactions with commercial
banks in the United States.
9. Affiliates include 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.
10. Credit extended by foreign branches of domestically chartered
weekly reporting banks to nonbank U.S. residents. Consists mainly of
commercial and industrial loans, but includes an unknown amount of
credit extended to other than nonfinancial businesses,
11. These amounts represent accumulated adjustments originally
made to offset the 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, pp. 148^9.

TABLE 13
1. Commercial banks are nationally and state-chartered banks in the
fifty states and the District of Columbia, agencies and branches of foreign
banks, New York state foreign investment corporations majority owned
by foreign banks, and Edge Act and agreement corporations owned by
domestically chartered and foreign banks.
Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.10 (4.11) monthly
statistical release.
2. Includes federal funds, repurchase agreements (RPs), and other
borrowing from nonbanks and net balances owed to related foreign
offices.
3. Reflects net positions of U.S. chartered banks, Edge Act and
agreement corporations, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
with related foreign offices plus net positions with own international
banking facilities (IBFs).
4. Borrowings through any instrument, such as a promissory note or
due bill, given for the purpose of borrowing money for the banking
business. This includes borrowings from Federal Reserve banks and from
foreign banks, term federal funds, loan RPs, and sales of participations in
pooled loans.
5. Figures are based on averages of daily data reported weekly by
approximately 120 large banks and on quarterly or annual data reported
by other banks.

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TABLE 14
1. Data in this table also appear in the Board's H.8 (510) weekly
statistical release.
Data are partly estimated. They include all bank-premises subsidiaries
and other significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries. Components
may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. Includes insured domestically chartered commercial banks, agencies and branches of foreign banks, Edge Act and agreement corporations, and New York State foreign investment corporations. Data are
estimates for the last Wednesday of the month based on a sample of
weekly reporting foreign-related and domestic institutions and quarterend condition reports.
3. This balancing item is not intended as a measure of equity capital
for use in capital-adequacy analysis.
4. Includes all member banks and insured nonmember banks. Loans
and securities data are estimates for the last Wednesday of the month
based on a sample of weekly reporting banks and quarter-end condition
reports.

TABLE 16
1. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
2. Includes transactions with nonbank brokers and dealers in
securities.
3. Includes net due from related institutions abroad for U.S. branches
and agencies of foreign banks having a net "due from" position.
4. Includes other transaction deposits.
5. Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
6. Includes net owed to related institutions abroad for U.S. branches
and agencies of foreign banks having a net "due to'* position.
7. Excludes loans to and federal funds transactions with commercial
banks in the United States.

TABLE 17

TABLE 20

1. Institutions engaged primarily in commercial, savings, and mortgage banking; sales, personal, and mortgage financing; factoring, finance
leasing, and other business lending; insurance underwriting; and other
investment activities.
2. Includes all financial-company paper sold by dealers in the open
market.
3. As reported by financial companies that place their paper directly
with investors.
4. Includes public utilities and firms engaged primarily in such
activities as communications, construction, manufacturing, mining,
wholesale and retail trade, transportation, and services,
5. Data on bankers dollar acceptances are gathered from approximately 100 institutions. The reporting group is revised every January.
6. In 1977, the Federal Reserve discontinued operations in bankers
dollar acceptances for its own account.

1. The daily effective federal funds rate is a weighted average of rates
on trades through New York brokers.
2. Weekly figures are averages of seven calendar days ending on
Wednesday of the current week; monthly figures include each calendar
day in the month.
3. Annualized using a 360-day year or for bank interest.
4. Rate for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
5. Quoted on a discount basis.
6. An average of offering rates on commercial paper placed by several
leading dealers for firms whose bond rating is AA or the equivalent.
7. An average of offering rates on paper directly placed by finance
companies.
8. Representative closing yields for acceptances of the highest-rated
money center banks.
9. An average of dealer offering rates on nationally traded certificates
of deposit.
10. Bid rates for Eurodollar deposits at 11 a.m. London time. Data are
for indication purposes only.
11. Auction date for daily data; weekly and monthly averages computed on an issue-date basis.
12. Yields on actively traded issues adjusted to constant maturities.
Data are from U.S. Treasury bonds.
13. General obligation based on Thursday figures. Data are from
Moody's Investors Service.
14. General obligation bonds only of mixed quality with twenty years
to maturity, issued by twenty state and local government units. Based on
Thursday figures.
15. Daily figures from Moody's Investors Service. Based on yields to
maturity on selected long-term bonds.
16. Compilation of the Federal Reserve. This series is an estimate of
the yield on recently offered, A-rated utility bonds with a thirty-year
maturity and five years of call protection. Weekly data are based on
Friday quotations.
17. Standard & Poor's corporate series. Preferred stock ratio is based
on a sample of ten issues: four public utilities, four industrials, one
financial, and one transportation. Common stock ratio is based on the
500 stocks in the price index.
NOTE. Some of the data in this table also appear in the Board's H.5
(519) weekly and G.13 (415) monthly statistical releases.

TABLE 18
1. The prime rate is one of several base rates that banks use to price
short-term business loans. The table shows the date on which a new rate
came to be the predominant one quoted by a majority of twenty-five large
banks, rather than the date on which the first bank made a change in the
rate.
Data in this table also appear in the Board's H.I5 (519) weekly and
G.ll (415) monthly statistical releases.

TABLE 19
1. The survey of terms of bank lending to business collects data on
gross loan extensions made during the first full business week in the
mid-month of each quarter by a sample of 340 commercial banks of all
sizes. A sample of 250 banks reports 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 $1,000 are excluded from the
survey. As of September 30,1990, assets of most of the large banks were
at least $7.0 billion. For all insured banks, total assets averaged
$275 million.
2. Average maturities are weighted by loan size; excludes demand
loans.
3. Eifective (compounded) annual interest rate calculated from the
stated rate and other terms of the loans and weighted by loan size.
4. The chances are about two out of three that the average rate shown
would differ by less than the amount of the standard error from the
average rate that would be found by a complete survey of lending at all
banks.
5. The 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" or "reference" rate); the federal funds rate; domestic
money market rates other than the federal funds rate; foreign money
market rates; and other base rates not included in the foregoing
classifications.
6. Overnight loans mature on the following business day.
1. Demand loans have no stated date of maturity.
8. Nominal (not compounded) annual interest rate calculated from the
stated rate and other terms of the loans and weighted by loan size.
9. Calculated by weighting the prime rate reported by each bank by
the volume of loans reported by that bank, summing the results, and then
averaging over all reporting banks.
10. The proportion of the loans made at rates below the prime may
vary substantially from the proportion of such loans outstanding in
bank's portfolios.




TABLE 21
1. Effective July 1976, includes a new financial group, banks and
insurance companies. With this change the index includes 400 industrial
stocks (formerly 425), 20 transportation (formerly 15 rail), 40 public
utility (formerly 60), and 40 financial.
2. On July 5, 1983, the American Stock Exchange rebased its index,
effectively cutting previous readings in half.
3. Since July 1983, under the revised Regulation T, margin credit at
broker-dealers has included credit extended against stocks, convertible
bonds, stocks acquired through the exercise of subscription rights,
corporate bonds, and government securities. Separate reporting of data
for margin stocks, convertible bonds, and subscription issues was
discontinued in April 1984.
4. Free credit balances are amounts in accounts with no unfulfilled
commitments to brokers and are subject to withdrawal by customers on
demand,
5. These requirements, stated in regulations adopted by the Board of
Governors pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit the
amount of credit that can be used 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. Regulation T was adopted effective October 15, 1934; Regulation U, effective
May 1, 1936; Regulation G, effective March 11, 1968; and Regulation X,
effective November 1, 1971.
On January 1, 1977, the Board of Governors 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

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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 selfregulatory organization; such maintenance margin rules must be
approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Effective January 31, 1986, the SEC approved new maintenance margin rules, permitting margins to be the price of the option plus 15 percent of the market
value of the stock underlying the option.
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 stock-index options).

TABLE 22
1. Contra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Contra- assets to mortgage assets, mortgage loans, contracts, and passthrough 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.
Contra- assets to nonmortgage loans include loans in process, unearned
discounts and deferred loan fees, and specific reserves and valuation
allowances.
3. Includes holding of stock in Federal Home Loan Bank and finance
leases plus interest.
NOTE. Components do not sum to totals because of rounding.
Data for credit unions and life insurance companies have been deleted
from this table. Data for life insurance companies are shown in table 23.
SOURCE. Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS). After December 1992
data for this table are no longer available.

TABLE 23
1. Annual figures are annual-statement asset values, with bonds
carried on an amortized basis and stocks at year-end market value.
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 "other assets,'*
2. Direct and guaranteed obligations. Excludes federal agency issues
not guaranteed, which are included as "business" securities.
3. Issues of foreign governments and their subdivisions and bonds of
the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
SOURCE. Estimates of the American Council of Life Insurance for all
life insurance companies in the United States.

TABLE 24
1. Fiscal year 1992 receipts, outlays, and deficits may not correspond
to the data in The Budget of the US. Government, Fiscal Year 1994
because of subsequent minor revision.
2. In accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit
Control Act of 1985, all former off-budget entries are now presented
on-budget. Federal Financing Bank (FFB) activities are now shown as
separate accounts under the agencies that use the FBB to finance their
programs. The act has also moved two social security trust funds, (federal
old-age survivors* insurance and federal disability insurance) off-budget.
The Postal Service is included as an off-budget item in the Monthly
Treasury Statement beginning in 1990.
3. Includes special drawing rights (SDKs); reserve position on the U.S.
quota in the International Monetary Fund (IMF); loans to the IMF; other
cash and monetary assets; accrued interest payable to the public;
allocations of SDRs; deposit funds; miscellaneous liability (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. U.S. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the US. Government and Office of
Management and Budget, Budget of the US. Government.

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TABLE 25
1. Functional details do not sum to total outlays for calendar year data
because revisions to monthly totals have not been distributed among
functions. Fiscal year total for outlays does not correspond to calendar
year data because revisions from the Budget have not been fully
distributed across months.
2. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance, and railroad retirement
accounts.
3. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance.
4. Federal employee retirement contributions and civil service retirement and disability fund.
5. Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks and other miscellaneous receipts.
6. Net interest function includes interest received by trust funds.
7. Consists of rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf and
U.S. government contributions for employee retirement.
SOURCES. US. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the US. Government, and the U.S. Office
of Management and Budget, Budget of the US. Government, Fiscal Year
1994.
TABLE 26
1. Consists of guaranteed debt of the US. Treasury and other federal
agencies, specified participation certificates, notes to international lending organizations, and District of Columbia stadium bonds.
SOURCES. US. Department of the Treasury, Treasury Bulletin and
Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States.
TABLE 27
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 US. Treasury and other federal agencies
and trust funds.
4. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and US. government agencies and
trust funds are actual holdings; data for other groups are US. Treasury
estimates.
5. Consists of investments of foreign balances and international
accounts in the United States. Excludes non-interest-bearing notes issued
to the International Monetary Fund.
6. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, credit
unions, mutual savings banks, corporate pension trust funds, dealers and
brokers, certain US. Treasury deposit accounts, and federally-sponsored
agencies.
SOURCES. US. Treasury Department. Data by type of security, Monthly
Statement of the Public Debt of the United States', data by holder,
Treasury Bulletin.
TABLE 28
1. Transactions are market purchases and sales of securities as
reported to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York by the U.S.
government securities dealers on its published list of primary dealers.
Averages are based on the number of trading days in the period.
Immediate, forward, and futures transactions are reported at principal
value, which does not include accrued interest; options transactions are
reported at the face value of the underlying securities.
Dealers report cumulative transactions for each week ending Wednesday. Data for positions and financing are averages of close-of-business
Wednesday weekly data. Monthly figures are averages of weekly data.
2. Transactions for immediate delivery include purchases or sales of
securities (other than mortgage-backed agency securities) for which
delivery is scheduled in five business days or less and "when-issued"
securities that settle on the issue date of offering. Transactions for
immediate delivery of mortgage-backed agency securities include purchases and sales for which delivery is scheduled in thirty business days

or less. Stripped securities are reported at market value by maturity of
coupon or corpus.
3. Includes securities such as CMOs, REMICs, lOs, and POs,,
4. Futures transactions and positions are standardized agreements
arranged on an exchange. Forward transactions and positions are agreements made in the over-the-counter market that specify delayed delivery.
Stripped securities are reported at market value by maturity of coupon or
corpus. Forward contracts for U.S. Treasury securities and federal agency
debt securities are included when the time to delivery is more than five
business days. Forward contracts for mortgage-backed agency securities
are included when the time to delivery is more than thirty business days.
5. Options transactions are purchases or sales of put-and-call options,
whether arranged on an organized exchange or in the over-the-counter
market, and include options on futures contracts on U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities.
6. Data for dealer positions and sources of financing 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 and financing are averages of close-of-business
Wednesday weekly data.
7. Net immediate positions include purchases or sales of securities
purchased or sold (other than mortgage-backed agency securities) for
which delivery is scheduled in five business days or less and "whenissued" securities that settle on the issue date of offering. Net immediate
positions of mortgage-backed agency securities include purchases or
sales of securities for which delivery is scheduled in thirty business days
or less.
8. Overnight financing refers to agreements made on one business day
that mature on the next business day; continuing contracts are agreements
that remain in effect for more than one business day but have no specific
maturity and can be terminated without advance notice by either party;
term agreements have a fixed maturity of more than one business day.
9. Matched-book data reflect financial intermediation activity in
which the borrowing and lending transactions are matched. Matchedbook data are included in the financing breakdowns given above. The
reverse repurchase and repurchase numbers are not always equal because
of the "matching" of securities of different values or different types of
collaterizations.
NOTE. Data for futures and forward commercial paper and bankers
acceptances and for term financing of collateralized loans are no longer
available because of insufficient activity.

TABLE 29
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the US. Department of Defense
between 1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners assistance programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt beginning
October 1, 1976.
3. On-budget since September 30, 1976.
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 year 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. Excludes borrowing by the Farm Credit Financial Assistance
Corporation, shown on line 17.
9. Before late 1982, the Association obtained financing through the
Federal Financing Bank (FFB). Borrowing excludes that obtained from
the FFB, which is shown on line 22.
10. The Financing Corporation, established in August 1987 to recapitalize the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, undertookits first borrowing in October 1987.
11. The Farm Credit Financial Assistance Corporation, established in
January 1988 to provide assistance to the Farm Credit System, undertook
its first borrowing in July 1988.




12. The Resolution Funding Corporation, established by the Financial
Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989, undertook
its first borrowing in October 1989.
13. The FFB, which began operations in 1974, is authorized to
purchase or sell obligations issued, sold, or guaranteed by other federal
agencies. Because FFB incurs debt solely for the purpose of lending to
other agencies, its debt is not included in the main portion of the table in
order to avoid double counting.
14. Includes FFB purchases of agency assets and guaranteed loans;
the latter are loans guaranteed by numerous agencies, with the amounts
guaranteed by any one agency generally being small. The Fanners Home
Administration entry consists exclusively of agency assets, whereas the
Rural Electrification Administration entry consists of both agency assets
and guaranteed loans.

TABLE 30
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Includes school districts.
SOURCE. Investment Dealer's Digest beginning 1992.

TABLE 31
1. Figures represent gross proceeds of issues maturing in more than
one year; they are the principal amount or number of units calculated by
multiplying the offering price. Figures exclude 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 cover only public offerings.
3. Data are not available.
SOURCES. Securities Data Company and the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.

TABLE 32
1. Data on sales and redemptions exclude money market mutual funds
but include limited-maturity municipal bond funds. Data on asset
positions exclude both money market mutual funds and limited-maturity
municipal bond funds.
2. Includes reinvestment of investment income dividends. Excludes
reinvestment of capital gains distributions and share issue of conversions
from one fund to another in the same group.
3. Excludes sales and redemptions resulting from transfers of shares
into or out of money market mutual funds within the same fund family.
4. Market value at end of period, less current liabilities.
5. Includes all U.S. Treasury securities and other short-term debt
securities.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute. Based on reports of members,
which comprises substantially all open-end investment companies registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Data reflect
underwritings of newly formed companies after their initial offering of
securities.

TABLE 33
1. "Other" consists of construction, wholesale and retail trade,
finance and insurance, personal and business services, and
communication.
SOURCE. U.S. Department of Commerce, Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 34
1. Includes finance company subsidiaries of bank holding companies
but not of retailers and banks. Data are amounts carried on the balance
sheets of finance companies; securitized pools are not shown as they are
not on the books.
2. Before deduction for unearned income and losses.

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TABLE 35

6. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate investment
trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local retirement funds,
noninsured pension funds, credit unions, and finance companies.
SOURCES. Based on data from various institutional and government
sources. 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. Line 64, from Inside
Mortgage Securities.

1. Includes finance company subsidiaries of bank holding companies
but not of retailers and banks. Data are before deductions for unearned
income and losses. Components may not sum to totals because of
rounding. Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.20 (422)
monthly statistical release.
2. Includes all loans secured by liens on any type of real estate, for
example, first and junior mortgages and home equity loans.
3. Includes personal cash loans, mobile home loans, and loans to
purchase other types of consumer goods such as appliances, apparel,
general merchandise, and recreation vehicles.
4. Outstanding balances of pools upon which securities have been
issued; these balances are no longer carried on the balance sheets of the
loan originator.
5. Passenger car fleets and commercial land vehicles for which
licenses are required.
6. Credit arising from transactions between manufacturers and dealers, that is, floor plan financing.
7. Includes loans on commercial accounts receivable, factored commercial accounts, and receivable dealer capital; small loans used primarily for business or farm purposes; and wholesale and lease paper for
mobile homes, campers, and travel trailers.

1. The Board's series on amounts of credit covers most 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.
Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.I9 (421) monthly
statistical release.
2. Outstanding balances of pools upon which securities have been
issued; these balances are no longer carried on the balance sheets of the
loan originator.
3. Totals include estimates for certain holders for which only consumer credit totals are available.

TABLE 36

TABLE 39

1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages originated by major institutional lender groups for purchase of newly built
homes: compiled by the Federal Housing Finance 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 rate on loans closed for purchase of
newly built homes, assuming prepayment at the end of ten years,
4. Average contract rate on new commitments for conventional first
mortgages; from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
(HUD).
5. Average gross yield on thirty-year, minimum-downpayment first
mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for
immediate delivery in the private secondary market. Based on transactions on first day of subsequent month.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified pass-through
securities backed by mortgages and guaranteed by the Government
National Mortgage Association (GNMA), assuming prepayment in
twelve years on pools of thirty-year mortgages insured by the Federal
Housing Administration or guaranteed by the Department of Veterans
Affairs.
7. Does not include standby commitments issued, but includes
standby commitments converted.
8. Includes participation loans as well as whole loans.
9. Includes conventional and government-underwritten loans. The
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation's mortgage commitments and
mortgage transactions include activity under mortgage securities swap
programs, whereas the corresponding data for FNMA exclude swap
activity.

1. The Board's series on amounts of credit covers most 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,
excluding loans secured by real estate.
2. Data are available for only the second month of each quarter.
3. At auto finance companies.

TABLE 37
1. Based on data from various institutional and governmental sources;
figures for some quarters estimated in part by the Federal Reserve.
Multifamily debt refers to loans on structures of five or more units.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not loans
held by bank trust departments.
3. Includes savings banks and savings and loan associations.
4. FmHA-guaranteed securities sold to the Federal Financing Bank
were reallocated from FmHA mortgage pools to FmHA mortgage
holdings in 1986:Q4 because of accounting changes by the Farmers
Home Administration.
5. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.

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TABLE 38

TABLE 40
1. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold, special
drawing rights (SDRs), and corporate equities not included in liabilities,
minus total floats and discrepancies.
2. Total holdings of gold and SDRs 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 30.
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 asset is corporate only. Noncorporate trade
credit has been deducted from the liabilities total to conform in definition
to quarterly flow tables.
7. Includes Securitized Credit Options (SCOs) trusts not shown
separate.

TABLE 41-C
1. Corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antilles subsidiaries, and reflows of capital from those subsidiaries are included in U.S.
direct foreign investment.
2. 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.

3. Loans (except mortgages), short-term paper, profit taxes payable,
and trade debt. Includes loans due in more man one year and excludes
current maturities of securities and mortgages.

TABLE 42

1989 Developments and Historical Revision," Federal Reserve Bulletin,
vol. 76 (April 1990), pp. 187-204. See also "Industrial Production,
Capacity, and Capacity Utilization since 1987," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 79 (June 1993), pp. 590-605.
Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.17 (419) monthly
statistical release.
2. Standard industrial classification.

1. A major revision of the industrial production index and the capacity
utilization rates was released in May 1993. See "Industrial Production
Capacity and Capacity Utilization since 1987," Federal Reserve Bulletin,
vol. 79, (June 1993), pp. 590-605.
2. Ratios of index of production to index of capacity. Based on data
from the Federal Reserve, U.S. Department of Commerce, and other
sources.
3. Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including
residential, nonresidential and heavy engineering, from Mcgraw-Hill
Information Systems Company, F.W. Dodge Division.
4. Based on data in U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and
Earnings. Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the
armed forces.
5. Based on data from U.S. Department of Commerce, Survey of
Current Business.
6. Based on Bureau of Census data published in U.S. Department of
Commerce, Survey of Current Business.
7. Based on data not seasonally adjusted. Seasonally adjusted data for
changes in the price indexes can be obtained from the U.S. Department
of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Review.
NOTE. Basic data (not indexes) for series mentioned in notes 4, 5, and
6, and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and 7 can also be found in
the US. Department of Commerce, Survey of Current Business.

1. Not at annual rates.
2. Not seasonally adjusted.
3. Recent data on value of new construction may not be strictly
comparable with data for previous periods because of changes by the
Bureau of the Census in its estimating techniques. For a description of
these changes see Construction Reports (C-30-76-5), issued by the
Census Bureau in July 1976.
SOURCE. Bureau of the Census 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 17,000 jurisdictions
beginning in 1984.

TABLE 43

1. Not seasonally adjusted.
2. Figures for consumer prices are for all urban consumers and reflect
a rental-equivalence measure of homeownership.
SOURCE. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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, leaither and
products, machinery, transportation equipment, instruments, miscellaneous manufacturing, and ordnance.
3. Capacity utilization is calculated as the ratio of the Federal
Reserve's seasonally adjusted index of industrial production tc the
corresponding index of capacity.
For a detailed description of the series, see "Recent Developments in
Industrial Capacity and Utilization," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 76
(June 1990), pp. 411-35, See also "Industrial Production Capacity and
Capacity Utilization since 1987," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 79,
(June 1993), pp. 590-605.

TABLE 46

TABLE 47

TABLE 48
1. Seasonal factors are not calculated for lines 12-16, 18-20, 22-34,
and 38^*0.
2. Data are on an international accounts basis. Data differ from the
Census basis data because of coverage and timing. Military exports are
excluded from merchandise data and are included in line 5.
3. Reporting banks include all types of depository institutions, as well
as some brokers and dealers.
4. Primarily associated with military sales contracts and other transactions arranged with or through foreign official agencies.
5. Consists of investments in US. corporate stocks and in debt
securities of private corporations and state and local governments.
SOURCE. Data are from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 44
1. Persons sixteen years of age and older, including Resident Armed
Forces. Monthly figures, which are based on sample data the calendar
week that contains the twelth day; annual data are averages of monthly
figures. By definition, seasonality does not exist in population figures.
2. Includes self-employed, unpaid family, and domestic service
workers.
3. Includes all full- and part-time employees who worked during, or
received pay for, the pay period that includes the twelfth day of the
month; excludes proprietors, self-employed persons, household and
unpaid family workers, and members of the Armed Forces. Data are
adjusted to the March 1984 benchmark and only seasonally adjusted data
are available at this time.
SOURCE. Based on data from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Earnings.

TABLE 45
1. A major revision of the industrial production index and the capacity
utilization rates was released in April 1990. See "Industrial Production:




TABLE 49
1. Government and nongovernment shipments of merchandise
between foreign countries and the fifty states, including the District of
Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and U.S. Foreign Trade
Zones. Data exclude (1) shipments among the United States, Puerto Rico,
the U.S. Virgin Islands, and other U.S. affiliated insular areas, (2) shipments to U.S. Armed Forces and diplomatic missions abroad for their
own use, (3) U.S. goods returned to the United States by its Armed
Forces, (4) personal and household effects of travelers, and (5) in-transit
shipments. Data reflect the total arrival of merchandise from foreign
countries that immediately entered consumption channels, warehouses,
or U.S. Foreign Trade Zones (general imports). Import data are customs
value; export data are F.A.S. value. Data for U.S. exports to Canada are
derived from import data compiled by Canada; similarly, in Canadian
statistics, Canadian exports to the United States are derived from import
data compiled by the United States. Since January 1, 1987, merchandise
trade data have been released forty-five days after the end of the month;
the previous month is revised to reflect late documents. Data in this table
differ from figures for merchandise trade shown in the U.S. balance of

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payments accounts, primarily for reasons of coverage. For both exports
and imports, a large part of the difference is the treatment of military
sales and purchases. The military sales to foreigners (exports) and
purchases from foreigners (imports) that are included in this table as
merchandise trade are shifted, in the balance of payments accounts, from
"merchandise trade" into the broader category "military transactions."
SOURCE. U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, U.S.
Merchandise Trade, FT 900.

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. Special drawing rights (SDRs) are valued according to a technique
adopted by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in July 1974. Values
are based on a weighted average of exchange rates for the currencies of
member countries. From July 1974 through December 1980, sixteen
currencies were used; since January 1981, five currencies have been used.
US. (SDR1=$1.20635) total US. reserve assets, SDR holdings, and
reserve positions in the IMF were as follows (in millions of dollars, end
of period).
Total

Month

SDRs

Reserve position
in IMF

71,629
71,062
70,763
70,848
70,314
72308
72,396
72,897
73,093
69767
68,178
66,073

9,479
9627
9,627
9626
9,775
9775
9,775
9920
9,920
9920
10,057
7,460

6,375
6,363
6,420
6,408
6,442
6,419
6,578
6,458
6,535
6,462
6,166
7,551

1992

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

....

3. Includes allocations of SDRs by the IMF as follows: 1970—
$867 million; 1971—$717 million; 1972—$710 million; 1979—
$1,139 million; 1980—$1,152 million; and 1981—$1,093 million; plus
net transactions in SDRs.
4. Represents the U.S. reserve tranche position in the IMF (the U.S.
quota, plus net US. 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. U.S. Department of the Treasury data and on data reported
to the Treasury Department by the International Monetary Fund.

TABLE 51
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 through 1974) and 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; zero coupon
bonds are included at current value.
5. Debt securities of US. government corporations and federally
sponsored agencies, and US. corporate stocks and bonds.
6. Includes countries in Oceania and Eastern Europe.
NOTE. Based on Treasury Department data and on data reported to the
Treasury Department by banks (including Federal Reserve Banks) and
securities dealers in the United States and on the 1984 benchmark survey
of foreign portfolio investment in the United States.

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SOURCES. Tables 51 through 59 are based on US. Department of the
Treasury data and on data reported to the U.S. Department of the
Treasury 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 US. Treasury letters of credit and U.S. nonnegotiable,
non-interest-bearing notes held by nonmonetary international and
regional organizations.
The term "foreigners'* covers all institutions and individuals domiciled outside the United States (including US. citizens domiciled abroad)
and the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and offices of US. 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 52
1. Reporting banks include all types of depository institution, as well
as commercial banks and some brokers and dealers.
2. Excludes negotiable time certificates of deposit, which are included
in "Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments."
3. Includes borrowing under repurchase agreements.
4. For US. banks, includes amounts owed to own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in Consolidated Report of Condition filed with bank regulatory agencies. For agencies, branches, and
majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks, consists principally of
amounts owed to head office or parent foreign bank, and foreign
branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of head office or parent
foreign bank.
5. Financial claims on residents of the United States, other than
long-term securities, held by or through reporting banks.
6. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness and Treasury
bills issued to official institutions of foreign countries.
7. Principally bankers acceptances, commercial paper, and negotiable
time certificates of deposit.
8. Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Asian Development Bank. Excludes "holdings of dollars" of the International
Monetary Fund.
9. Foreign central banks, foreign central governments, and the Bank
for International Settlements.
10. Excludes central banks, which are included in "Official institutions."
11. Since December 1992, has excluded Bosnia, Croatia, and
Slovenia.
12. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and Eastern
European countries not included elsewhere. Since December 1992, has
included, in addition all former parts of the US.S.R. (except Russia), and
Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia,
13. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, and
Romania.
14. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
15. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
16. Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Excludes "holding of dollars" of the International Monetary
Fund.
17. Principally the Inter-American Development Bank.
18. Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European regional organizations, except the Bank for International Settlements, which is included in
"Other Western Europe."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 53
1. Reporting banks include all types of depository institution, as well
as some brokers and dealers.
2. Since December 1992, has excluded Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.

3. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and Eastern European countries not listed elsewhere. Since December 1992, has included,
in addition, all former parts of the U.S.S.R. (except Russia), and
Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia.
4. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, and
Romania.
5. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
6. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
7. Excludes the Bank for International Settlements, which is included
in "Other Western Europe."

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 US. corporations organized to finance
direct investments abroad.

TABLE 60
TABLE 54
1. For banks' claims, data are monthly; for claims of banks' domestic
customers, data are quarterly.
Reporting banks include all types of depository institution, as well as
some brokers and dealers.
2. For US. banks, includes amounts due from own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries considered in Consolidated Report of Condition
filed with bank regulatory agencies. For agencies, branches, and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks, consists principally of 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 held by reporting banks in the accounts of their domestic
customers.
4. Principally negotiable time certificates of deposit and bankers
acceptances.
5. Includes demand and time deposits and negotiable and nonnegotiable certificates of deposit denominated in U.S. dollars issued by
banks abroad. For description of changes in data reported by nonbanks,
see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 65 (July 1979) p. 550.

1. For a description of the changes in the international statistics tables,
see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 65, (July 1979), p. 550.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
4. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
5. Revisions include a reclassification of transactions, which also
affects the totals for Asia and the grand total.

TABLE 61
1. For a description of the changes in the international statistics tables,
see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 65, (July 1979), p. 550.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
4. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.

TABLE 62
TABLE 55
1. Reporting banks include all types of depository institution, as well
as, commercial banks, and some brokers and dealers.
2. Maturity is time remaining to.
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.

1. Since June 1984, reported claims held by foreign branches have
been reduced by an increase in the reporting threshold for "shell"
branches from $50 million to $150 million equivalent in total assets, the
threshold now applicable to all reporting branches.

TABLE 63
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 the domestic customers.

TABLE 57
1. Excludes deposits and US. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable US. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds and nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable at face value in dollars or foreign
currencies.
3. Held in foreign and international accounts and valued at $42.22 per
fine troy ounce; not included in the gold stock of the United States.

TABLE 58
1. Official and private transactions in marketable U.S. Treasury
securities with an original maturity of more than one year. Data are based
on monthly transactions reports. Excludes nonmarketable US. Treasury
bonds and notes held by official institutions of foreign countries.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.




1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding. Data are
aggregates of categories reported on the quarterly form FFIEC 002,
"Report of Assets and Liabilities of US. Branches and Agencies of
Foreign Banks." The form was first used for reporting data as of June 30,
1980, and was revised as of December 31, 1985. From November 1972
through May 1980, US. branches and agencies of foreign banks had filed
a monthly FR 886a report. Aggregate data from that report were available
through the Federal Reserve monthly statistical release G.ll, last issued
on July 10, 1980. Data in this table and in the G.ll tables are not strictly
comparable because of differences in reporting panels and in definitions
of balance sheet items.
2. Includes the District of Columbia.
3. Effective December 1981, the Federal Reserve Board amended
Regulations D and Q to permit banking offices located in the United
States to operate international banking facilities (IBFs). Since December 31, 1985, data for IBFs have been reported in a separate column.
These data are either included in or excluded from the total columns as
indicated in the headings. The notation "n.a." indicates that no IBF data
have been reported for that item, either because the item is not an eligible
IBF asset or liability or because that level of detail is not reported for
IBFs. From December 1981 through September 1985, IBF data were
included in all applicable items reported.
4. Total assets and total liabilities include net balances, if any, due
from or owed to related banking institutions in the United States and in
foreign countries (see note 5). On the former monthly branch and agency
report, available through the G.ll monthly statistical release, gross
balances were included in total assets and total liabilities. Therefore, total
asset and total liability figures in this table are not comparable to those in
the G.ll tables.

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5. Related banking institutions include the foreign head office and
other US. and foreign branches and agencies of a bank, a bank's parent
holding company, and majority owned banking subsidiaries of the bank
and of its parent holding company (including subsidiaries owned both
directly and indirectly).
6. In some cases two or more offices of a foreign bank within the same
metropolitan area file a consolidated report.

TABLE 64
1. The banking offices covered by these data are the US. offices and
foreign branches of US.-owned banks and of US. subsidiaries of
foreign-owned banks. Offices not covered include (1) US. agencies and
branches of foreign banks, and (2) foreign subsidiaries of US. banks. To
minimize duplication, the data are adjusted to exclude the claims on
foreign branches held by a US. office or another foreign branch of the
same banking institution. The data in this table combine foreign branch
claims in table 62 (the sum of lines 7 through 10) with the claims of U.S.
offices in table 54 (excluding those held by agencies and branches of
foreign banks and those constituting claims on own foreign branches).
2. Organization of petroleum exporting countries shown individually,
other members of OPEC (Algeria, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya,
Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates), and Bahrain
and Oman (not formally members of OPEC).
3. Excludes Liberia.
4. Includes Canal Zone,
5. Foreign branch claims only.
6. Includes New Zealand, Liberia, and international and regional
organizations.

TABLE 65
1. Rates shown are mainly those at which the central bank either
discounts or makes advances against eligible commercial paper or
government securities for commercial banks or brokers. For countries
with more than one rate applicable to such discounts or advances, the rate
shown is the one at which it is understood that the central bank transacts
the largest proportion of its credit operations.
2. Since February 1981, the rate has been that at which the Bank of
France discounts Treasury bills for seven to ten days.

TABLE 66

Part 2 —Special Tables
TABLE 69
1. See Board of Governors, Annual Report for data covering earlier
years.
2. 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.
3. Valued monthly at market exchange rates.
4. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly valuation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange commitments.
5. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve Bank of
Chicago in Treasury bills maturing in ninety days.

TABLE 70
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. The effect of the 1987 implementation of Financial Accounting
Standards Board Settlement No. 87—Employers' Accounting for Pensions—is recorded in the total column only and has not been distributed
to each District. Accordingly, the sum of the Districts will not equal the
Total column for this category or for Total net expenses, and New York
will not sum to Current net income. The effect of EASE 87 on the
Reserve Banks was a reduction in expenses of $140,870,731,
3. Includes distribution of costs for projects performed by one Bank
for the benefit of one or more other Banks.
4. Includes expenses for labor and materials temporarily capitalized
and charged to activities when the products are consumed.
5. Includes reimbursement from the US. Treasury for uncut sheets of
Federal Reserve notes, gains-losses on the sale of Reserve Bank
buildings, counterfeit currency that is not charged back to the depositing
institution, and stale Reserve Bank checks that are written off.
6. For additional details, see Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Annual Report, "Financial Statements".

TABLE 71
1. Except for the following, branches and additional offices are located
in the same state as the parent bank. (In this table these branches are
shown according to their own location rather than that of the parent
bank.)

1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans, with the following
exceptions; Canada, finance company paper; Belgium, three-month
Treasury bills; and Japan, CD rate.

Location of bank
Connecticut
Kansas

TABLE 67

New Jersey
Oklahoma
California
Arizona
Massachusetts
Delaware

Number and location
of branches
13 in Rhode Island
2 in Colorado, 4 in Kentucky,
1 in Missouri
1 in Pennsylvania, 1 in Delaware
1 in Texas
3 in Washington, 2 in Oregon
2 in Utah
12 in Rhode Island
1 in Pennsylvania

1, Based on the dollar's value against the currencies of ten industrial
countries. The weight for each of the ten countries is the 1972-76
average world trade of that country divided by the average world trade of
all ten countries combined. Series revised as of August 1978 (see Federal
Reserve Bulletin, vol. 64, August 1978, p. 700).

2. Institutions located in a split state, a state that is split between the
boundaries of two Federal Reserve Districts, are included in this column.

TABLE 68

TABLE 72

1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for cable
transfers.
2. Value in US. cents.
3. Index of weighted-average exchange value of US. dollar against
the currencies of ten industrial countries. The weight for each of the ten
countries is the 1972-76 average world trade of that country divided by
the average world trade of all ten countries combined. Series revised as
of August 1978 (see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 64, August 1978,
p. 700).

1. Figures include nonmember banks in Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands.
2. State member figures include one bank in Puerto Rico.
3. Figures exclude federal savings banks.
4. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating banks.
5. Individual breakdowns by type of bank are not available. Therefore,
the "Other" category of changes are the residual changes from the
differences between figures for the current and previous year, minus the
actual changes from the first three categories.

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TABLE 73

TABLE 74

1. Effective March 31, 1984, the Report of Condition for commercial
banks was substantially revised. Some of the changes are as follows:
(1) Previously, banks with international banking facilities (IBFs) that
have no other foreign offices were considered domestic reporters.
Beginning with the March 31, 1984 Call Report these banks are
considered foreign and domestic reporters and must file the foreign and
domestic report of condition. (2) Banks with assets greater than $ 1 billion
have additional items reported. (3) The domestic office detail for banks
with foreign offices has been reduced considerably. (4) Banks with assets
under $25 million are excused from reporting certain detail items.
The notation "n.a." indicates the lesser detail available from banks that
don't have foreign offices, the inapplicability of certain items to banks
that have only domestic offices and/or the absence of detail on a fully
consolidated basis for banks that have foreign offices.
All transactions between domestic and foreign offices of a bank are
reported in "net due from" and "net owed to" lines. All other lines
represent transactions with parties other than the domestic and foreign
offices of each bank. Since these intraoffice transactions are nullified by
consolidation, total assets and total liabilities for the entire bank may not
equal the sum of assets and liabilities respectively, of the domestic and
foreign offices.
2. Since the domestic portion of allowances for loan and lease losses
and allocated transfer risk reserves are not reported for banks with
foreign offices, the components of total assets (domestic) will not sum to
the actual total (domestic).
3. Only the domestic portion of federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements to resell are reported here, therefore, the
components will not sum to totals for this item.
4. Since the foreign portion of demand notes issued to the U.S.
Treasury is not reported for banks with foreign offices, the component of
total liabilities (foreign) do not sum to the actual total (foreign).
5. Only the domestic portion of federal funds purchased and securities
sold under agreements to repurchase are reported here, therefore the
components do not sum to totals for this item.
6. Equity capital is not allocated between the domestic and foreign
offices of banks with foreign offices.
7. Components are reported only for banks with total assets of
$1 billion or more; therefore, components will not sum to the totals for
this item.
8. Foreign offices include branches in foreign countries, Puerto Rico
and in U.S. territories and possessions; subsidiaries in foreign countries;
all offices of Edge Act and agreement corporations wherever located, and
IBFs.
9. "Over 100" column refers to those respondents whose assets, as of
June 30 of the previous calendar year, were equal to or exceeded
$100 million. (These respondents file the FFIEC 032 or FFffiC 033 Call
Report.) "Under 100" column refers to those respondents whose assets,
as of June 30 of the previous calendar year, were less than $100 million.
(These respondents file the FFIEC 034 Call Report.)
10. The definition of 'all other* varies by report form and therefore by
column in this table.
11. Acceptances of other banks is not reported by domestic respondents less than $300 million in total assets, therefore, the components will
not sum to totals for this item.

1. Numbers in parentheses are totals of banking organizations in the
state. Data are for all domestic commercial banks.




TABLE 75
1. Minority-owned banks are defined as those in which more than fifty
percent of the stock is owned by minority groups, as well as those
independently controlled by minority group members.
2. Does not include six minority-owned banks that are located in US.
territories or possessions.
The following tabulation shows numbers of minority-owned banks
(including banks located in U.S. territories and possessions) for 1992
classified in two ways:
By type of minority
Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian
Multiracial

By type of bank charter
36
26
6
32
4
2

Federal Reserve member
National
State

41
9

Nonmember state

56

TABLE 76
1. End of year. Equities valued at market, other assets are at acquisition value.
2. Includes deferred profit-sharing funds and pension funds of corporations, unions, multi-employer groups, nonprofit organizations, and the
Federal Employees' Retirement Thrift Savings Fund.
3. Includes Federal Employees' Retirement Fund, Foreign Service
Retirement Fund, and Disability Trust Fund.

TABLE 77
1. Includes data from firms that are members of the American Stock
Exchange but not the New York Stock Exchange.
2. Includes credit extended on stock, nonconvertible and convertible
bonds under the new consolidated method of reporting under Regulation T.
3. Includes credit extended to finance purchases through qualified
stock option and employee stock purchase and ownership plans.

TABLE 78
1. For brokers that are members of either the American Stock
Exchange or the New York Stock Exchange.

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Index to Tables
References are to table numbers, not page numbers

Acceptances, bankers (See Bankers acceptances)
Agricultural loans, commercial banks, 12(A, B), 15
Assets and deposits
Banking organizations, percentage of total held by ten
largest, 74
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, 14(A, B), 15, 16, 22, 73(A, B, C)
Domestic finance companies, 34
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 69
Flow of funds accounts, 40(A, B)
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 62,
63, 73(B, C)
Life insurance companies, 23
Minority-owned banks, 75
SAIF-insured institutions, 22
Assets of pension funds, 76
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 38, 39
Production, 45
Bankers acceptances, 7, 17(B), 20(A, B), 70, 73(A, B, C)
Banking offices in operation, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Bonds (See also U.S. government and Treasury securities)
Interest rates, 20(A, B)
New issues, 31
Branch banks, 62, 71, 72(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, selected measures, 42
Business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 33
Business loans 35. (See also Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity, 43(B)
Capacity utilization, 42, 43(C)
Capital accounts
Banks, 14(A, B)
Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A), 69
Central banks, foreign, discount rates, 65
Certificates of deposit, 20(A, B), 28(A, B), 73(A, B, C),
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 20, 63
Weekly reporting banks, 15
Commercial banks
Agricultural loans, 15
Assets and liabilities, 14(A, B), 15
Banking offices, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits held
by ten largest, 74
Commercial and industrial loans, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 19, 63
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 38, 39
Debits and deposit turnover, 9(A, B)
Loans and securities, 12(A, B)
Loans sold outright, 15
Mortgages held, by type of holder and property, 37
Nondeposit funds, 13
Selected borrowings, 4
Time and savings deposits 1(A, B)
Commercial paper, 17(A), 20(A, B), 28(A, B), 73(A, B, C)




Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities: Banks)
Construction
Contracts, 42
Housing, 46
Loans, 19
Consumer installment credit, 35, 38, 39
Consumer prices, 42, 47
Corporations
Security issues, 31, 59
Cost of living (See Consumer prices)
Credit (See Loans)
Credit unions, 38
Currency and coin, 14(A, B), 73(A, B, C)
Currency in circulation, 2, 10(A, B)
Customer financing, stock market, 21(B), 77, 78
Debits to deposit accounts, 9(A, B)
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, 9(A, B), 14(A, B), 15
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 16
Turnover, 9(A, B)
Depository institutions
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 11(A, B), 69
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by ten
largest, 74
Banks, 1(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 16,
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 24, 69
Turnover, 9(A, B)
Discounts rates at Federal Reserve Banks and at foreign central banks
(See Interest rates)
Discounts and advances by Federal Reserve Banks (See Loans)
Dividends, Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 67
Domestic finance companies, 34, 35
Earnings (See Income and expenses)
Employment, 42, 43
Eurodollars, 20(A, B)
Expenditures on new plant and equipment, 33
Farm Credit Banks, 29
Farm mortgage loans, 37
Federal agency obligations, 2(A, B, C, D), 7, 8(A, C), 28(A, B), 29,
69
Federal credit agencies, 29
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, and types and ownership of gross
debt of U.S. Treasury, 26, 27
Receipts and outlays, 24, 25(A, B)
Treasury financing of surplus or deficit, 24
Treasury operating balance, 24
Federal Financing Bank, 24, 29
Federal funds, 4, 13, 15, 16, 20(A, B), 24
Federal Home Loan Banks, 29

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Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 29, 36, 37
Federal Housing Administration
Debt of, 29
Mortgage interest rate, 36
Mortgage debt outstanding, 37
Federal Land Banks, 37
Federal National Mortgage Association, 29, 36, 37
Federal Reserve Banks
Condition statement, 8(A), 69,
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Income, expenses, and dividends, 70
Payments to US. Treasury, 70
Surplus, 70
US. Treasury securities held, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, C), 27, 69
Federal Reserve credit, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 8(A, C), 69
Federal Reserve notes, 8(A, B), 69, 70
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 29
Finance companies
Business credit, 35
Loans, 12(A, B), 15, 38, 76(A, B, C)
Mortgage debt, 38
Paper, 17(A), 20(A, B)
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions
Commercial banks, 37
Life insurance companies, 23, 37
Loans to, 15
Mutual savings banks, 71, 72(A, B)
SAIF-insured institutions, 23
Savings and loan associations, 37, 41 (A)
Savings banks, 37
Savings institutions, 38
Selected assets and liabilities, 23, 24
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Float, 2(A, B, C, D)
Flow of funds, 40(A, B), 41(A, B, C)
Foreign banks, assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies,
12(A, B), 63, 73(B, C)
Foreign central banks (See Central banks)
Foreign currency operations, 8(A), 69, 70
Foreign deposits in US. banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 15, 69
Foreign exchange rates, 68
Foreign official institutions, liabilities to, 51 (A, B)
Foreign trade, 49
Foreigners
Claims on, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 63, 64
Liabilities to, 15, 49, 51(A, B), 52(A, B), 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63
Futures contracts, 28(A, B, C)
Gold
Certificate account, 8(A, B), 69
Holdings, 40(A)
Stock, 2(A, B, C, D), 50
Government National Mortgage Association, 29, 36, 37
Housing, new and existing units, 46
Income, personal and national, 42
Income and expenses
Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Member banks, 73(A, B, C)
Industrial production, 42, 43(A, B, C), 45
Installment loans, (See Consumer installment credit)
Insurance companies, 27, 37, 81
Insured commercial banks, 71, 73(A, B, C)
Interest rates
Bonds, 20(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans, 19
Federal Reserve Banks, 5(A, B, C)
Foreign central banks, 65
Foreign short-term, 66
Installment credit, selected types, 39
Money and capital markets, 20(A, B)

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Interest rates—Continued
Mortgages, 36
Prime rate, 18
Treasury bills, 20(A, B)
International capital transactions of United States, 48-€6
International organizations, 51(A, B), 52(A, B), 53, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61
Investment companies, issues and assets, 32
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, 14(A, B), 15,
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 37
Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A, C), 69
Savings institutions, 23, 37, 81
Labor force, 44
Liabilities (See Assets and liabilities)
Life insurance companies (See Insurance companies)
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, 14(A, B), 15, 16, 23
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 16, 19, 63,
73(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 5(A, B, C),
8(A, C), 69, 70
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 36, 37
Savings institutions, 23, 37, 81
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 42, 43(A, B, C)
Production, 42, 43(A), 45
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 78
Selected statistics, 21(B)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 77
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Reserve requirements, 6
Minority-owned banks, assets and liabilities, 75
Mobile homes
Loans for, 38
Shipped, 46
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1(A, B), 11(A, B)
Money and capital market rates, 20(A, B)
Money stock measures and components, 1(A, B), 10(A, B)
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mortgage-backed securities, 22(A, B,)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks (See Financial institutions)
National banks, number, and changes in number of banking
offices, 71, 72(A, B)
Nondeposit funds of commercial banks, 13
Nonmember banks, number, and changes in number of banking offices,
71, 72(A, B)
Open market transactions, 7
Output, 43(A)
Pension funds, assets, 76
Personal income, 42
Prices
Consumer and producer, 42, 47
Stock market, 21 (A)
Prime rate, 18
Producer prices, 42, 47
Production, 42, 45
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Real estate loans
Banks, 12(A, B), 15, 37
Life insurance companies, 23
SAIF-insured institutions, 23
Terms, yields, and activity, 37
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 37

Repurchase agreements
Banks, 4, 13, 15
Government sector, 7, 28(C), 69
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 14(A, B)
Depository institutions, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 11(A, B), 69
Federal Reserve Banks, 3, 69
U.S. reserve assets, 50
Residential mortgage loans, 36
Retail credit and retail sales, 38, 39, 42
Saving, Flow of funds, 40(A, B), 41(A, B, C)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions (See Financial institutions)
Securities (See specific types)
Commercial banks, 12(A, B), 15
Credit reported by lenders, 23, 24, 77, 78
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 29
Foreign transactions, 59
New issues, 30, 31
Prices, 21(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 48
Certificate account, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, B), 69
Holdings, 40(A, B), 48, 50
State and local governments
Deposits, 15
Holdings of U.S. Treasury and other agency securities, 27
New security issues, 30
Ownership of securities issued by, 15
State member banks, number, and changes in number of banking
offices, 71, 72(A, B)
Stock market
Customer financing, 21(B), 77, 78
Prices and trading, 21 (A)
Stocks (See also Securities)
New issues, 31
Prices, 21(A)

Student loan marketing association, 29
Tax receipts, federal, 25(A)
Tennessee Valley Authority, 29
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Time and savings deposits, 1(A, B), 9(A, B), 10(A, B), 13, 14(A, B
15,16
Trade, foreign, 49
Treasury bills (See U.S. government and Treasury securities)
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2(A, B, C, D)
Treasury deposits, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 24, 69
Treasury operating balance, 24
Unemployment, 44
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 16
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 8(A), 24
US. government and Treasury securities
Bank holdings, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 16, 27, 73(A, B, C)
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 28(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A,
C), 27, 69, 70
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 8(A), 27, 57,
58, 73(B, C)
Open market transactions, 7
Outstanding, by type or holder, 27
Rates, 20(A, B)
Treasury bills, 7, 20(A, B), 28(A, B, C), 51(A, B)
U.S. international transactions, 44-66
Veterans Administration, 36, 37
Weekly reporting banks, 15, 16
Yields (See Interest rates)

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