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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1994




November 1995

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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 1994, 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, and 1990
through 1993.




In this issue, series include revisions to all the data available
through July 1995. 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. Suggestions for making the
Digest more useful may be sent to the Economic Editing Section,
Mail Stop 130, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, Washington, DC 20551.
Annual issues of the Annual Statistical Digest are being
discontinued with this issue. The next issue, to be published in
1996, will cover the years 1990 through 1995.
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
GDP
HUD
IBF
IMF

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 domestic product
Department of Housing and Urban Development
International banking facility
International Monetary Fund

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

Interest only
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 trust
Real estate mortgage investment conduit
Repurchase agreement
Resolution Trust Corporation
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.
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 1994, 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, 1991-94
B, Monthly changes
2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit
A. Monthly averages of daily
figures
B. Weekly averages of daily
figures
C. Wednesday
figures
D. End-of-month
figures
3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions
A. Prorated monthly averages of biweekly averages
B. Biweekly averages of daily
figures
4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates, 1985-94
A. Adjustment 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 holding
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. Deposit interest rates and amounts outstanding
13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-94
A. All commercial banking institutions
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks
14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks
15. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
16. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper
B. Bankers dollar acceptances
17. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans




3
4
5
6
9
12
13
13
14
16
16
16
16
17
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
..

22
22
23
24
31
38
46
50
50
50

Contents—continued

18. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
19. Stock market—Selected statistics
A. Prices and trading volume
B. Customer
financing
C Margin requirements
20. Federal fiscal and financing operations
21. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
22. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation
23. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury: Types and ownership, 1993-94
24. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
25. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
26. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments
27. New security issues of U.S. corporations
28. Open-end investment companies, net sales and assets
29. Nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
30. Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities
31. Domestic finance companies: Consumer, real estate, and business credit
32. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes
33. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property, 1991-94
34. Consumer installment credit
35. Terms of consumer installment credit
36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94
A. All sectors
B, Private nonbank financial institutions
37. Flow of funds accounts (1985-94)
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
B. Summary of financial assets and liabilities
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
38. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures
39. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
B. Capacity
C. Capacity utilization rate
40. Labor force, employment, and unemployment
41. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value
A. Major markets
B. Major industries
42. Housing and construction (1993-94)
43. Consumer and producer prices
44. Summary of U.S. international transactions, 1993-94
45. U.S. foreign trade
46. US. reserve assets
47. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
48. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks in the United States (1993-94) .



51
52
56
56
56
57
58
58
59
59
60
62
63
66
66
67
67
67
68
68
69
70
72
73
74
77
80
81
82
84
84
85
85
86
87
88
89
91
92
93
93
93
93

49. Selected US. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1992-94)
A. By type
B. By area
50. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in US. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1993-94
A. By holder and type of liability
B. By area and country
51. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1993-94
52. Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United
States, 1993-94
53. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in US. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1993-94 ,
54. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. and foreign offices of US. banks, 1993-94
55. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States, 1992-94
56. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States, 1992-94
57. Foreign transactions in securities, 1993-94
58. Marketable US. Treasury bonds and notes: Foreign transactions, 1993-94
,...
59. Discount rates of foreign central banks
«...
60. Foreign short-term interest rates
61. Index of weighted-average exchange value of US. dollar
62. Foreign exchange rates
63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94
0 ...
64. Assets and liabilities of US. branches and agencies of foreign banks, December 31
....

94
94
95
97
99
101
102
103
104
105
106
108
109
109
109
110
Ill
135

Part 2—Special Tables
65.
66.
67.
68.
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
Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by ten largest banking organizations (all commercial banks and trust
companies), by state
Financial assets of pension funds, totals for private and public funds, 1983-94
Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1994
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1994

149
150
152
154
154
155
166
166
167

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



171
181

Contents—continued

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables

Discontinued Tables
Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks
Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities




185

Part 1—Regular Tables




1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1991-94
A. Quarterly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted1

19 91

Qi
1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total
Required . . .
.....
Nonborrowed
Monetary base*1

5
6
7
8
9

Concents of money, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

Q2

1992
Q3

Q4

QI

| Q2

Q3

Q4

24
94
3.0
50

82
89
4.7
6 1

13 0
13 2
17 7
78

25 6
25 8
26 2
94

148
153
146
81

93
99
84
99

25 4
24 9
26 7
12 8

8.1
45
1.4
-2 2
3.9

7.7
1|
- 1.1
8
4.6

98
1 9
5
- i
44

16 5
39
26
1 8
47

112
2
-8
9
50

10 7
1 i

160
26
-2
1 8
40

33
-11.9

- 1 1
-10.9

-7
-6 3

— 5
-38

=37
=60

—2 5
- 17

-2 6
- 14 1

4.0

13 3
-5
-4.7

13 6
1 3
-9.7

15 3
-7 3
-17 5

20 1
— 19 7
= 13 8

124
= 14 3
-13 5

10 2
- 16 9

= 148

12 1
- 16 2
- 19 0

=-.2
-103
-32.6

16.8
-15 0
-35.9

9.8
-25 0
= 39.4

86
-22 1
-36.5

21 4
— 24 0
-26 4

182
- 30 7
-33 1

96
- 19 2
- 14 6

7.5
-22 5
-1 1.9

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

16 6
53.4

77
22.8

- 1 8
6.9

=29
39 4

- 1 5
32 5

-67
27 2

-4 7
34 7

=26
-22.6

Debt components4
20 Federal
21 Nonfederal

11.4
3.5

64
3.1

12 9
2.1

12 7
1.7

93
32

133
2.3

11 6
2.7

7 1
2.9

10 1

4.7

.

10.0
12.9

5.2
38

3.8
30

5.3

Nontransaction components
10 In M25
11 In M3 only 6 .

34

3.5

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings, including MMDAs
Small time7
Large time H - y
Thrift institutions
15 Savings, including MMDAs
16 Small time 7
17
Large time 8
12
13
14

....

8.8
10 5

.

19 93

Qi
2

\
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
*
Required . .
Nonborrowed
Monetary base-1

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of monev, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
"
. .
M2
M3
L
Debt . . .

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




....

19 94
Q3

Q4

QI

|

Q2

Q3

Q4

10.6
12.2
104
10.0

12.4
12.3
10 9
10,7

14.0
14.0
15 4
10.2

3.3
27
39
98

-3.1
=23
=42
8.4

-1.9
_ i 9
-3 5
75

= 3.3
= 3.0
-2 1
6.9

11.2
22
2.6
34
5.7

11.8
28
1,3
1 5
5.6

9.7
27
2.5
20
5.0

55
18
6
24
5 1

27
17
1.3
17
5.4

24
9
2 1
22
4.2

-1.2
- 3
1.7
33
5.2

-4.6
-9.2

....

9.8
9.2
10.0
9.3
7.9
-1 0
-2.3
- 1.3
4.2

...

Nontransaction componen ts
10 In M2S
11 Jn M3 only6
Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings, including MMDAs
Small time 7
..
Large time*-y
Thrift institutions
Savings, including MMDAs
Small time 7
Large time"

1 <*

6

1 5
50

- 15
4.6

-1 1
-64

-4
1.0

1
-59

13
-1.3

2
8.6

I
12.6

3.4
-8.3
= 17.0

4.8
-9.0
1.5

4.6
-10 1
-7 2

3.8
-7.7
-3 4

5.0
-5 1
- 9

-3.7
3
8

-4.6
94
13 1

= 8.5
16.0
19.4

-20.0
-13 8

.3
-115
-9 5

23
-13 4
-4 6

-.3
- 10 3
-5 9

2
-111
-74

-.4
-58
=35

-115
2
68

-17.6
10.6
12 0

-6 4
-13 5

- 1
29

1 5
-9 8

35
31

34
— 20 5

119
=157

57
-4 5

7.5
73

79
2.9

10 5
4.0

82
47

62
4.5

73
44

54
5.3

39
4.3

59
5.0

1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1991-9-1—Continued
B, Monthly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted1

Jan.

Monetary or credit aggregate
\
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total
Required . .
....
Nonborrowed
Monetary base'1
...

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
M2
Ml
L
..
Debt

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

-6.0
-.8
-3.9
7.3

- 1 .9 -1.2
= 6.1
-4.5
-.4
.7
4.1
8.5

Dec.

28
= 4.9
3.0
10.4

2.6
8.9
2.7
11.8

-3 7
— 3
-3 4
8.8

-2 1
-5.9
-3.5
7.7

_7 4
= 2.8
= 90
7.4

-2 3
-6.2
-5 0
7.6

23
2.3
-.2
8.8

-SI

-3.3
-56
6.1

-9
= 2.1
= 1.3
6.1

4.8
-1.0
-1.9
-.7
4.7

43
3.7
24
.7
62

1 8
2.7
2.9
3.8
55

7
1.0
2
2.0
54

37
- 1.1
1 5
= .4
38

54
3.6
48
5.7
24

-1 5
-.7
= 3
.3
60

= .3
1 6
1.3
54

-1.0
-1.4
1.7
4.2
4.4

6
A
1.7
2.0
65

.1
1.6
3.5
10.3
1.9

= 3.7
-20.1

35
-4.8

3.1
4.1

1 2
= 4.5

-3 3
15.5

2.8
11.6

= 3
1.6

- 5
12.0

-.7
18.9

9
8.2

2.1
13.8

8.4
2.1
-7.4 =-3.1
9.7 = 14.5

-" 1 8
-3.6
-5.8

-3.9
-2.1
-3.6

-6.5
6.0
179

= 7.0
7.2
8.8

-3.1
6.4
10. 1

-1.5
15.6
IS.2

-3.8

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings, including MMDAs
Small time 7
Large time*-"
.
.
.
Thrift institutions
15 Savings, including MMDAs . .
16 Small time' 9
17
Large time*.




Apr.

8

, ,.

12
13
14

Debt components4
20 Federal . .
. .
21 Nonfederal

Mar.

41
1.8
1 0
3.5
41

.

Nontransactitm components
10 In M2S
1 1 In M3 only"
..

Money market mutual funds
1 8 General purpose and broker—dealer
19 Institution-only

Feb.

"!>

-4.5 = 11.5
16.2
13.1
20.6
19.8

-••9.7 - 10.9
20.4
15.5
18.4
18.7

.0 = 2.0
1.9
- 10 2 - 12 6 -6 2
1.9
.0 -5.8

.

...

1.7 -2 5
=39 =66
7.8 -27 2

-9.5 - 10. \ -17 6 -17.6
4
-2 7
24
63
11.9
17.7 = 19
19.4

3 7 -5.6
-21 2 -77 1

28 5
97
= 4 6 -16 7

=90
27

17 5
54

?9
-87

1 3
-7 4

6.7
10 6

12 0
~- 2 0

17.8
20

49
33

I.I
29

6 1
59

60
52

5.4
40

8.5
57

I.I
49

37
42

6.0
42

80
11 2
88
52

3.9
61

42
58

15.5 -21.0 - 19.9
17 1
5.7
11 6
19.1
7.5
1.8

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1994'
A. Monthly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

374 433

373 196

375 629

382 420

382 772

387 308

332 463
2,429

332 397
2,565

335 371
2721

341 226
2 452

343 765
1,376

349 265

..

4,510

4,401

4 235

4,019

3 955

..

267
0

214
0

261
0

99
0

414
0

93
0

86
14
0

56
15
0

61
55

1 963
32,702

1 226
32,323

41
24
0
585

628

65
134
0
398

69
224
0
605

32 391

33 783

32 600

32 218

1 1 ,053
8,018
22 130

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,200

11 053
8018
22 276

11 052
8,018
22 350

11 052
8,018
22 424

11 052
8,018
22 497

362,849

363,796

366 764

370 762

374,200

378 797

401

372

377

376

373

357

7 523

6 263

5 701

6 174

6 120

Factor
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

4,115

o

880

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 Banks-1

5 122

252

260

189

248

185

192

6,859

6,988

6 565

6 371

5 889

288

6089

313

358

311

304

296

9,629
27,834

9,784
26,691

10066
27,536

10 386
29,685

10,426
26,516

10,781
26,443

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

391 275

390,696

392 939

394 856

399,252

405 187

349 268
3,163

348,753
3,299

354 429

296

354 275
1,648

357,686
2,899

364 374
3,278

3,915
1,047

3,883

3,822

3,772

3,730

3,653

0

880
0

346
0

349

o

969
0

648

125
367
0
473

26
446
0
522

45
448
0
730

20
344
0
559

103
159
0
720

87
101
0
825

32,918

32,887

32,824

33,890

32,987

32,220

11 052
8,018
22,567

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,663

11 054
8,018
22 750

11 054
8,018
22,825

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,905

11 051
8,018
22,971

383,391

384,430

386 460

388,884

393,906

398,875

372

367

379

350

5 953

5 553

5,250

6,113

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
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

,
.

..

..

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

...

. ..

o

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 Banks-1




354
5 179

354

5,220

200

188

199

192

192

195

5,912

5,551

5,156

4,849

4,612

4,573

269

311

325

336

316

342

1 1 ,232
26,375

11,187
25,190

11,178
25,119

1 1 ,724
24,848

12,020
24,553

12,000
24,778

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, ending on date indicated
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday

Jan. 5

Jan. 12

Jan. 19

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

Feb. 16

Feb. 23

Mar. 2

381,190

372,716

373,899

371,042

377,235

371,47?

171,529

312,723

376,109

332,602
8,415

333,022
1,487

332,673
1,577

332,094

o

331,832
4,508

332,868
0

31 1 ,708
886

332,277
1,164

333,050
5,400

4,588
851
0

4,522
186
0

4,522
186
0

4,497
0
0

4,437
607
0

4 43?
0
0

4411
95
0

4,182
275
0

4,114
101
0

226
11
0
1 532
32,964

9
9
0
1,106
32,376

115
13
0
2 223
32,591

19
20
0
1,683
32,729

35
16
0
2,516
33,285

31
14
0
I 270
32,85?

130
15
0
1 692
12,589

31
15
0
H5I
1 1 ,528

29
11
0
1 066
3 1 ,91 1

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,101

11,053
8,018
22,116

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,130

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,145

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,160

11,053
8,018
22 178

1 1 ,051
8,018
22,196

11,011
8,018
22,214

1 1 ,013
8,018
22,212

365 610
378

363,762
470

362,758
383

361,780
383

360,874
377

362 430
375

361,965
372

164,917
373

365,009
366

9 813
303
6,571
343
9,386
29,957

4,035
191
6,957
239
9,552
28,697

5,647
368
7,095
297
9,737
28,815

8,778
204
6,H44
290
9,742
24,236

13,224
223
6,697
288
9,686
27,096

1,960
261

309
9,601
26,638

4,691
307
7,181
115
9,860
26,103

5,985
261
6,544
112
9,826
25,7H9

4,435
174
7,226
119
10,029
29,835

Mar. 9

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

Mar. 30

Apr. 6

Apr. 13

Apr. 20

Apr. 27

May 4

374 302

375,627

375,371

375,885

382,405

380,87!

184,496

182,062

383,059

333,846
2 639

334,014
4494

336,682
1 293

337,265
1 145

338,049
4924

338,384
1 971

143,611
2 366

341,561
0

344,217
0

4 237
238
0

Factor

4237
291
0

4,237
236
0

4,228
173
0

4,184
171
0

4 I45

ni

0

4 101
141
0

4,076
0
0

4047
0
0

9
15
0
I 354
31,964

35
18
0
269
32,268

24
27
0
343
32,529

48
37
0
282
32,705

115
38
0
1,419
33,504

54
42
0
452
33,689

15
51
0
135
11,852

67
74
0
400
31,883

90
91
0
601
34,009

1 1 053
8,018
22 250

11 053
8,018
22,268

11 052
8,018
22,287

11 052
8,018
22 305

11 052
8,018
22,324

I I 052
8,018
22 338

1 1 052
8,018
22,153

1 1 012
8,018
22,167

1 1 012
8,018
22,182

365 815
375

366 662
378

366 974
382

367 559
374

369 691
371

371 107
376

171 175
378

170 171
378

171 476
178

5,222
193
6 386
363
10,167
27,101

5,463
171
6 742
354
10,015
27,181

4,971
176
6,654
396
9,982
27,193

4,847
185
6 334
313
9 970
27,678

6,073
304
6 232
333
10,654
30,140

3,965
209
6 211
301
10 740
29,149

6,568
330
6 714
297
10,144
30,313

1,473
211
6 108
309
10,112
30, 1 1 1

8,992
170
6 122
322
10,170
26,682

SUPPLYING RKSKRVK FUNDS
1 Reserve Bunk 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 RKSKRVK 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 1
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

?, no

SUPPLYING RKSKRVK 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 RKSKRVK 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 1
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, ending on date indicated—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday
May 11

May 18

May 25

June 1

June 8

June 15

June 22

June 29

July 6

382,150

382 315

382,564

384 024

386 677

385 440

388 362

387 362

394 190

343,133

655

343,419
1,449

344,147
1,716

343 723
2,905

350047

348 867

350 769

o

348 22 1
1 705

350 110
5 652

4,040

4,022

4,016

3,977

3,977

136
0

942
0

3 955

3 952

836
0

o

3 938

3 920

106
0

0

0

o

129
0

309
0

46
110
0
482

122
133
0
446

30
148
0
21

57
172
0
501

27
180
0
541

13
192
0
300

84
242

o

962

107
278
0
523

444
306
0
701

33,576

Factor

32,588

31,543

31,852

31,904

32 112

32 353

32,461

32 748

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,402

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,421

1 1 ,052
8 018
22,441

1 1 ,053
8018
22,461

1 1 ,052
8 018
22,475

11 052
8 018
22 490

( I 052
8 018
22 505

11 052
8 018
22,519

11 052
8 018
22 534

373,435

374,068

374,057

377,210

378,371

378 641

379,139

375

378 547

381,370

378

373

361

358

358

357

355

354

6,067

5,997

5,287

4,683

4,993

4 826

7,064

7,561

5,917

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

, ..

0

0

o

0

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency i n 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 Banks*1

160

205

215

166

184

176

172

182

320

6,163

6,055

6,015

5,975

5,878

5 839

5,926

5,867

6,138

308

318

282

292

300

314

274

276

10,440
26,349

10,489
27 358

10,566
26 303

300

10,363
26 747

10,791
27 348

10,756
26 106

10,712
26 844

10,758
24,816

1 1 ,746
27 673

July 13

July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10

Aug. 17

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Sept, 7

394,215

390,874

386,916

390,388

392,767

389,719

390,194

390,397

392,845

349 405
5,179

348,287
3,031

349 376

349 076
4,114

348 343
2,861

348 528
3,739

348 953
2,793

353 916

0

348 816
2,688

3,920
1,636

3,920
2,002

3,911

3,900

3,900

3,895

3,895

3,837

0

0

800
0

996
0

651
0

807
0

3,837
1,413

25
335
0
807

84
378
1
406

38
405

o

13
419
0
533

13
440
0
529

25
460

302

52
420
0
181

529

o

35
476
0
539

32 907

32,765

32 884

33,531

33,715

32 988

32 212

32,351

1,108
32,440

11 052
8,018
22,551

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,569

11 052
8,018
22,587

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,604

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,630

11 054
8,018
22 656

11 054
8,018
22,682

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,709

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,724

384,658

383,444

382,468

383,081

384,580

384 818

384,219

387,298

352

353

352

384,306

354

353

361

368

5 373

5,046

5,422

4 780

5,208

5,029

4,514

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

......

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

0
0

0

656
429
0
11
450
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




358

353

6,031

4,581

185

173

182

186

191

178

182

208

186

6,055
279
11,581
26,689

5,791
300
10,872
27,000

5,815
236
10,780
23,365

5,707
268
11,315
26,108

5,578
292
1 1 ,292
26,761

5,491
314
1 1 ,063
24,451

5,556
323
1 1 ,095
24,927

5,514
321
1 1 ,229
25,297

5,324
355
10,893
25,704

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, ending on date indicated—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday
Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 28

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

394,266

393,002

391,811

393,136

396,235

394,426

394,749

396,105

355,484
309

354,977
0

353,810
0

353,769
917

356,211
1,052

353,754
1,791

353,467
2,211

353,635
2,664

3,828
1,000
0

3,817
0
0

3,812
0
0

3,806
159
0

3,793
559
0

3,762
161
0

3,757
448
0

3,744
386
0

9
424
0
535
32,677

60
443
0
832
32,874

94
472
0
467
33,156

49
424
0
517
33,495

12
381
0
444
33,783

10
348
0
719
33,882

32
303
0
535
33,996

13
258
0
995
34,410

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,740

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,755

11,054
8,018
22,771

11,054
8,018
22,786

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,806

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,825

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,H45

11,053
8,018
22,H65

387,624
371

385,914
384

385,191
365

386,455
364

389,559
369

389,639
367

388,836
371

389,639
363

5,576
171
5,134
316
11,144
25,741

7,367
179
5,101
331
11,151
24,404

6,195
229
5,099
300
11,384
24,890

6,150
263
5,032
330
11,853
24,546

5,594
191
5,054
339
1 1 ,85 1
25,157

5,112
177
4,697
346
1 1 ,420
24,566

5,078
176
4,715
325
11,672
25,492

6,119
186
4,7H2
336
12,000
24,616

Nov. 9

Factor

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

396,013

399,576

400,702

400,887

400,295

402,024

405,775

410,033

354,941
1,960

358,166
2,743

359,509
3,553

359,214
3,134

363,847
0

364,693
718

364,572
3,086

364,225
6,832

3,744
344
0

3,744
807
0

3,744
1,193
0

3,684
1,694
0

3,674
0
0

3,661
300
0

3,644
1,157
0

3,642
1 ,046
0

242
188
0
397
34,198

40
164
0
705
33,208

57
140
0
764
31,743

97
127
0
674
32,264

97
0
874
31,692

28
91
0
575
31,957

133
104
0
834
32,244

65
118
0
1,478
32,626

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,882

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,899

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,917

11,051
8,018
22,934

11,051
8,018
22,947

11,051
8,018
22,961

11,051
8,018
22,974

11,051
8,018
22,987

391,736
364

394,309
371

394,280
396

396,145
390

396,044
383

397,002
347

398,299
342

401 ,973
335

5,503
166
4,725
322
12,222
22,926

5,225
181
4,685
318
11,755
24,701

4,821
197
4,537
310
12,098
26,049

5,351
224
4,451
302
11,902
24,125

4,337
175
4,454
317
11,246
25,356

6,044
189
4,876
320
11,706
23,570

6,697
178
4,546
317
12,403
25,035

6,973
219
4,462
278
12,584
25,266

SUPPLYING RKSKRVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
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
1 5 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 securities15
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 RKSKRVK FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 5

Jan. 12

Jan. 19

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

Feb. 16

Feb. 23

Mar. 2

377 743

370 834

385 967

375 518

385 430

374 978

370 332

378 365

378 379

334 304
3 310

332 913

0

332 301
7 790

334 706

0

332 102
11 601

332 508

0

331 286
2 698

335 098
3 449

133 420
6 854

4 522
639
0

Factor

4,522
0
0

4,522
859
0

4,437
0

4437
2,050

o

4437
0
0

4 382
452

4 382
230
()

4 237
815
()

3

19

9

30

22

31

9

17

11
0

19
0
3,504
32,843

14

15

31 322

16
t)
3,732
31 448

16
0

1,168
34 029

15
0
4,994
33 003

32 278

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
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

.

..

o

o

1 225
8
0
1,440
32 296
11 054
8,018
22 101

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

32,444

17
0
7,450
33 010

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,116

11 053
8,018
22 130

11 053
8,018
22,145

11 053
8,018
22 160

11 053
8,018
22 178

11 053
8,018
22 196

1 1 ,051
8,018
22,214

11 051
8,018
22,212

365 574

363,703

363 219

361 558

364 086

364 761

365,827

365,876

384

361 969

381

377

378

375

374

174

365

374

6,736

4,093

7,450

9,184

20,148

5,053

2,953

4,920

4,369

263

171

235

327

301

242

385

189

159

6,571

6,957

7,095

6,844

6,697

7,150

6,544

7,226

942

o

o

146

742

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
2 0 Other .
. . .
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks'1
..

7,183

224

299

297

287

310

319

324

307

393

9,406
29 760

9,459
26,955

9,752
38,744

9,597
28,560

9,481
27,380

9,548
29,455

9,697
25,922

9,705
3 1 ,792

10,122
31,163

Mar. 9

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

Mar. 30

Apr. 6

Apr. 13

Apr. 20

Apr. 27

May 4

374,479

378,908

378,934

380,314

383,490

378,045

384,970

382,112

385,819

333 803
3,174

335,800
5,729

336,824
3,725

337,620
4,634

340,054
4,423

338,513
374

343,454
3,034

343,160
0

346,650
0

4,237

4,237

4,237

4,227

4,177

4,102

4,098

4,047

4,047

555
0

505
0

550
0

510
0

200
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

5
15
0
469

99
19
0
129

24
37
0
673

37
37
0
244

12
39
0
964

187
43
0

75
83
0
753

46
105
0

..

32,220

32,389

32,863

33,004

33,621

1,313
33,513

60
67
0
169
34,088

33,994

1,370
33,601

....

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,250

1 ! ,053
8,018
22,268

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,287

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,305

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,324

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,338

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,353

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,367

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,382

369,201

373,079

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
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
. . .
1o
Float
11
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
..
1 8 Foreign
19
Service-related balances and adjustments
20
Other
.
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 3




367,068

367,512

367,761

379

383

375

4,722

8,193

3,952

204
6,386
345
9,703
26,992

371,391

372,097

371,412

37 1 ,580

370

375

378

378

378

379

5,562

4,308

3,904

9,166

7,543

10,373

173

187

198

209

209

235

200

164

6,742
382
9,820
27,042

6,654
513
9,835
31,014

6,334
300
9,835
29,889

6,232
318
10,535
31,515

6,231
274
9,955
26,405

6,714
305
9,993
28,190

6,308
308
9,989
27,245

6,322
319
9,991
26,645

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1994'—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 1 1

May 18

May 25

June 1

JuneS

June 15

June 22

June 29

July 6

380,611

381,730

383,882

387,823

386,066

387,637

388,715

388,922

395,026

342,801

342,512
2,016

346,899

351,146

351,581

375

344,960
4,405

349,019

0

0

0

0

347,643
3,979

348,465
5,182

4,022

4,022

3,977

3,952

3,952

3,920

3,920

955
0

725
0

3,977
I 300

3,977

0
0

Factor

0
0

0
0

100
0

463
0

34
121
0
266

48
140
0
638

2,375

33,367
1 1 ,052
8,018
22,402

SUPPLYING RHSKKVK FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
?
Bought outright— System account
1
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright .
.
*>
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances .
.
..
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
.
.
8
Seasonal credit
9
Extended credit
It)
Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
11 Special drawing rights certificate account
1 4 Treasury currency outstanding
.

..

......
.

...
..

. . . .

0

0
0

35
165
0
41

40
178
0
994

19
178
0
836

19
205
0
95

319
263
0
121

96
284
0
480

31,400

31,665

31,969

32,037

32,220

32,477

32,221

1,523
32,77H

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,421

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,441

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,461

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,475

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,490

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,505

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,519

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,534

374,736

374,618

375,736

378,861

379,185

379,355

379,096

381,563

385,161

175

373

361

358

358

357

356

353

359

6 330

5 131

5 594

3 126

5 229

5 530

6682

6415

6958

171

178

222

177

163

178

166

163

175

6,163

6,055

6,015

5,975

5,878

5,839

5,926

5,867

6,138

321
0

ABSORBING RKSI-RVK FUNDS
1 S 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 Banks 1 . . . . . .

308

314

297

295

345

307

393

270

295

10 195
23,804

10 295
26,258

10 291
26,879

10 506
30,058

10 586
25,867

10 553
27,078

10 530
27,140

10634
25,226

11 460
26,085

July 13

July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10

Aug. 17

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Sept. 7

393,342

391,304

388,080

391,591

391,952

385,299

390,455

393,969

397,176

349 254
4,198

347 568
4,337

350 895

0

348 291
4,925

348 594
4,299

34S 639

0

34H 564
3,990

349 110
6,519

154017
2,295

3,920
1,667

3,920
2,048
0

3,900
0

3,900
0

3,900
650
0

3,895
0
0

3,895
550
0

3,837
1 ,732

3,837
1,500
0

24
356
0
951

396
399
0

43
414
0

7
431

200

41
483
0
516

35
459
0
117

32,972

- 177
33,006

14
451
0
490

U
440

- 156
32,793

76
419
0
446
33 534

33 872

31 810

32 416

31 960

2 659
12 618

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,551

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,569

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,587

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,604

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,630

11 054
8,018
22,656

11 055
8,018
22,682

1 1 054
8,018
22,709

I I 054
8,018
22,724

384,827

383,584

383,296

384,626

385,745

385,319

384799

347

352

353

352

386,058

388,659

354

352

360

168

169

5 823

5 602

6 744

6 289

6522

5 494

5 994

5 919

SUPPLYING RKSKRVK FUNDS
1 Reserve Bunk credit outstanding
U.S. government securities 2
Bought out right—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
U)
Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
2
1

1? Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding*

o

o

o

o

o

o

ABSORBING RKSKKVK 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=i*elated balances and adjustments
20
Other .
.
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
1
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks-

10



5 275

283

167

163

181

164

163

164

188

6,055

5,791

5,707

233

5,815

5,578

5,491

5 556

5,514

267

217

281

305

329

317

289

327

10,697
27,240

10,708
26,258

10,569
23,722

1 1 ,235
24,139

10,877
24,344

10,772
18,079

10,934
24,584

10,864
26,476

10,989
27,373

192
5,124

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept, 28

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

393,482

393,163

387,959

393,065

393,716

395,316

395,802

398,046

355,896
0

354,496
0

349,846
0

354,761
0

353,925
0

353,103
4,180

356,241
1,139

354,284
3 615

3,817
0
0

3,817
0
0

3,806
0
0

3,806
0
0

3,762
0
0

3,762
375
0

3,744

3 744

500
0

400
0

13
432
0
539
32,785

301
459
0
1,085
33,005

92
478
0
529
33,209

J2
389
0
421
33,677

10
373
0
1,804
33,841

11
326
0
-281
33,840

82
288
0
-231
34,039

21
216
()
882
34 884

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,740

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,755

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,771

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,786

1 1 ,054
8,018
22,806

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,825

1 1 ,053
8,018
22,845

1 1 052
8,018
22,865

387,536
387

386,125
366

386,332
363

388,374
369

390,847
367

389,874
372

389,748

391,299

363

363

5,581
192
5,134
286
11,003
25,173

11,359
188
5,101
300
10,948
20,604

6,658
399
5,099
256
11,181
19,513

5,283
181
5,032
335
1 1 ,657
23,693

5,022
165
5,054
326
11,182
22,632

5,510
170
4,697
280
11,247
25,064

5,912

4,806

320

140

11,452
25,030

12,205
25,989

Nov. 9

Factor

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

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 .

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

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

178

198

4,715

4,782

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

....

397,399

399,901

403,171

402,176

398,397

402,658

408 235

411 612

..

356,721
400

358,817
3,310

359,627
4,306

359,190
6,510

360,535
0

364,100
1,675

365,323
5 120

364,942
6 020

3,744
760
0

3,744
850
0

3,744
2050
0

3,674
1 655
0

3,674

o

3 644

1,617
1 000

0

3,644
700
0

1,641
175
0
30
33,928

16
163
0
1,317
31,685

338
131
0
930
32,046

31
113
0
= 424
31,428

720
93

22
97

1,541
31,834

244
32,177

811
104
()
657
32 476

5 ,060
32 786

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

..

1 1 ,052
8 018
22,882

1 1 ,052
8,018
22,899

1 1 ,052
8 018
22,917

1 1 ,052
8 018
22,934

1 1 ,05 1
8 018
22,947

1 1 ,05 1
8 018
22,961

1 1 051
8 018
22 974

11 05 1
8 018
22,987

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

393,898
367

394,665
397

395,885
391

396,795
389

397,278
347

398,353

400 564

404,501

344

315

135

6,272
161
4,725
304
11 452
22,173

4,250
184
4,685
331
1 1 ,567
25,792

4 532
198
4,537
290
11 905
27,420

5,348
230
4,451
302
11,133
25,532

4,970
166
4,454
324
11,354
21,519

5,977

8 751

7,677

2
1

...
....
....

o

o

100
0

()

53
1 14

()

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS




206

192

171

4,876

4,546

4,462

314

3)9

271

11,837
22,782

12 376
23,194

12,271
25,976

11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 19941—Continued
D. End-of-month figures
Millions of dollars

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

382,176

375,262

381,269

381,576

386,79?

396,529

331,995
8,657

333,404
4,925

337,260
5,300

343,079
0

344,365
4,405

347,644
10,059

4,437
519
0

4,335
160
0

4,227
150
0

4,047
0
0

3,977
1,300
0

3,920
580
0

109
12
0
2,453
33,993

34
14
0
382
32,008

426
37
0
444
33,424

151
82
0
47
34,169

76
164
0
473
32,038

415
286
0
866
32,760

11,053
8,018
22,160

11,053
8,018
22,232

11,052
8,018
22,324

11,053
8,018
22,382

11,052
8,018
22,461

11,052
8,018
22,534

360,919
378

364,947
365

369,038
370

370,701
378

377,939
361

382,159
353

21,541
257
6,697
255
9,759
23,60!

Factor

4,S86
191
7,226
373
10,337
28,240

6,18!
454
6,232
316
10,618
29,455

7,965
171
6,322
312
10,189
26,990

5.675
174
5,975
278
10,836
27,091

9,356
604
6,138
2«6
11,825
27,412

Jan.

SUPPLYING RHSKKVU FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank eredit outstanding
U.S. government securities 3
2
Bought outright -System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
T
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

.

ABSORBING RKSHRVH 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 Banks 1

July

|

Aug.

[

Sept.

|

Oct.

|

Nov.

[

~Dec"

SUPPLY INC i RKSHRVH FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. government securities"
2
Bought outright-System account
3
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal auency obligations
4
Bought outright
5
Held under repurchase agreements
6
Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7
Adjustment credit
8
Seasonal credit
9
Fxtended credit
10
Float
11
Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding

390,930

.

395,756

402,176

411,368

349,110
6,519

353,010
2,140

352,313
3,615

359,190
6,510

364,519
9,565

3,900
1,350
0

,.

393,466

348,838
2,770

.

393,969

3,837
1,732
0

3,806
370
0

3,744
400
0

3,674
1,655
0

3,637
1,025
0

39
420
0
-9
33,623

35
459
0
317
31,960

69
436
0
188
33,448

17
247
0
579
34,841

31
113
0
424
31,428

148
75
0
716
33,115

11,052
8,018
22,604

11,054
8,018
22,709

11,054
8,018
22,786

11,053
8,018
22,865

11,052
8,018
22,934

11,051
8,018
23,001

382,244
352

386,058
368

385,572
363

389,682
363

396,795
389

403,850
335

3,683
IB2
5,707
244
11,394
28,799

5,994
188
5,514
289
10,864
26,476

6,848
342
5,032
318
12,012
24,837

5,164
223
4,782
392
12,584
24,502

5,348
230
4,451
302
11,133
25,532

7,161
250
4,463
876
11,959
24,543

AHSOKUINC; RHSHKVK FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with Federal Reserve Banks
17
Treasury
IK
Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20
Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 1

12



3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 19941
A. Prorated monthly averages of biweekly averages1
Millions of dollars
Reserve classification

Fe b.

Jan.
2

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks . . . . 27,817
2 Total vault cash3
.
37.902
. . 34,254
3
Applied vault cash4
5
. . 3,647
4
Surplus vault cash
. , 62,072
5 Total reserves"
60.624
6
Required reserves
7
Excess reserve balances at Reserve
7
Banks
1 ,448
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks8
73
9
Seasonal borrowings
15
0
10
Extended credit9

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Se pt.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

26, 922
36. 296
32, 671
3,625
59,593
58. 454

27,396
35,589
32,208
3,380
59,605
58,638

29,614
35,222
32,027
3,195
61,641
60,489

26,790
35,897
32,483
3,414
59,273
58,358

26,502
36,906
33,422
3,484
59,924
58,819

25,996
37,644
34,096
3,548
60,092
58,985

25,284
37,618
34,052
3,566
59,337
58,333

25,157
38,433
34,794
3,639
59,951
58,891

24,745
38,231
34,745
3,486
59,490
58,686

24,715
38,933
35,291
3,642
60,006
58,999

24,658
40,365
36,682
3,683
61,340
60,172

1 140
70
15
0

967
55
24
0

1,151
124
57
0

915
200
134
0

1,105
333
226
0

1,107
458
364
0

1,004
469
445
0

1,060
487
444
0

804
380
339
0

,008
249
164
0

1,168
209
100
0

B. Biweekly averages of daily figures'
Millions of dollars; two week periods ending on dates indicated
Reserve classification

Jan. 5

Jan. 19

Feb. 2

Feb. 16

Mar. 2

Mar, 16

Mar. 30

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
Banks 7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks 8 . . .
9
Seasonal borrowings
10
Extended credit9

30,367
36,498
33,279
3,219
63,646
62,405

28,745
38,254
34,691
3,564
63,435
61,759

25,672
38,076
34,152
3,924
59,824
58,557

26,339
37,477
33,651
3,827
59,989
58,878

27,811
34,623
31,282
3,341
59,093
57,942

27,139
36,658
33,105
3,553
60,244
59,192

27,434
34,669
31,440
3,229
58,874
58,013

1,241
142
16
0

1,676
74
11
0

,267
45
18
0

1,112
95
15
0

1,151
45
15
0

1,052
39
17
0

861
68
32
0

Apr. 13

Apr. 27

May 11

May 25

JuneS

June 22

July 6

29,641
35,441
32,268
3,173
61,909
61,012

30,212
34,756
31,599
3,158
61,810
60,350

26,702
36,452
32,983
3,469
59,684
58,871

26,848
35,325
31,952
3,373
58,800
57,881

26,816
36,214
32,806
3,408
59,622
58,531

26,473
37,237
33,689
3,548
60,162
59,264

26,239
37,021
33,571
3,450
59,810
58,330

897
125
40
0

1 ,460
114
64
0

814
170
102
0

919
216
141
0

1,092
218
176
0

898
266
217
0

1 ,480
568
292
0

July 20

Aug. 3

Aug. 17

Aug. 31

Sept. 14

Sept. 28

Oct. 12

26,908
37,189
33,754
3,435
60,662
59,902

24,703
38,565
34,818
3,747
59,521
58,176

25,594
38,119
34,486
3,633
60,080
59,141

25,099
36,915
33,455
3,460
58,554
57,559

25,720
38,453
34,839
3,614
60,559
59,643

24,641
38,399
34,700
3,699
59,341
58,138

24,824
38,539
35,138
3,401
59,962
58,907

760
412
357

1,346
458
413
0

939
442
430
0

995
498
468
0

917
447
437
0

1,204
535
458
0

1 ,055
433
403
0

Oct. 26

Nov. 9

Nov. 23

Dec. 7

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

25,025
37,609
34,137
3,472
59,161
58,587

23,771
39,238
35,506
3,733
59,276
58,435

25,360
38,237
34,677
3,560
60,037
59,092

24,638
39,936
36,245
3,691
60,883
59,538

24,288
40,864
37,082
3,782
61,370
60,291

25,189
39,967
36,429
3,539
61,618
60,45 1

574
346
326
0

841
351
223
0

945
201
152
0

1,346
216
112
0

1,080
179
98
0

1,167
246
95
0

2

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks . .
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied vault cash4
4
Surplus vault cash5
5 Total reserves6
6
Ret] ui red reserves
7
Excess reserve balances at Reserve
Banks7
....
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks8 . . .
9
Seasonal borrowings
10 Extended credit9

2

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
Banks 7
..
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks 8 . . .
9
Seasonal borrowings
10
Extended credit9

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks 2
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 Banks8
9
Seasonal borrowings
10
Extended credit9




..

'

13

4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large banks, 19941
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday

Jan. 3

5
6
7
8

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

Jan. 24

Jan. 31

Feb. 7

Feb. 14

Feb. 21

Feb. 28

71,030
14,689

72,206
13,159

69,412
13,339

69,901
14,008

68,093
13,283

70,698
13,412

68,647
13,216

69,380
12,394

67,817
12,273

15,261
22,208

14,680
20,858

15,997
19,981

22,299
19,147

18,438
17,826

21,005
17,033

19,805
17,192

21,562
16,883

22,806
17,384

19,468
33,384

19,706
34,745

18,772
33,997

19,477
32,358

17,834
32,764

19,103
30,461

21,367
31,191

19,800
29,355

19,883
31,756

31,007
17,948

30,525
15,758

30,312
16,372

31,693
16,307

33,423
16,856

30,634
16,281

29,805
17,279

30,221
18,224

31,022
17,615

47,352
27,296

44,243
25,584

42,538
27,352

46,578
29,037

46,844
29,662

47,399
30,152

44,030
24,625

43,221
24,542

41,945
24,834

Mar, 14

Mar. 21

Mar. 28

Apr. 4

Apr. 1 1

Apr. 18

Apr. 25

May 2

72,061
11,227

70,228
12,393

66,607
12,080

64,511
11,902

72,138
13,351

71,680
1 1 ,424

69,568
12,785

63,648
13,226

65,804
13,004

25,708
18,524

24,179
20,512

26,751
17,679

27,318
18,003

23,688
20,146

24,751
19,158

21,512
19,909

22,378
21,662

18,933
19,425

23,111
30,980

26,200
34,247

26,058
33,094

23,828
33,424

21,263
36,437

26,176
35,578

25,804
38,363

23,213
34,276

20,419
33,846

30,694
17,038

31,091
17,372

30,169
16,986

30,914
16,946

28,493
19,575

31,750
16,099

31,907
16,396

29,831
16,464

30,306
16,845

44,037
25,409

42,657
25,143

43,880
24,335

44,544
23,888

52,751
23,638

43,928
25,634

45,846
24,176

48,620
21,753

52,788
22,402

May 9

1
4

Jan. 17

Mar. 7

1
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
.
...

Jan. 10

May 16

May 23

May 30

June 6

June 13

June 20

June 27

July 4

68,573
12,781

68,148
12,765

66,671
12,532

66,615
12,554

67,500
12,187

67,573
12,150

65,141
12,166

65,682
12,462

76,OH5
12,530

18,210
20,093

20,401
21,017

23,418
21,750

20,452
21,704

20,999
21,848

22,330
22,032

24,392
22,501

23,238
23,410

20,796
23,863

22,490
33,538

24,103
29,969

24,345
30,802

22,428
34,446

22,637
34,183

21,846
35,588

22,667
33,263

21,603
31,236

23,20H
31,657

29,046
15,869

30,238
15,570

31,458
16,644

31,843
16,442

30,919
16,620

31,013
16,842

30,298
17,076

30,184
16,695

34,862
15,913

48,864
21,618

53,700
24,802

50,909
23,001

50,351
23,592

52,253
23,430

49,992
20,999

49.H9H
21,942

54,868
19,863

57,«77
23,581

Ml-IMO

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 customers"
.

1
2
3
4

*)
6
7
8

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 tinder continuing contract
For all other maturities
.
...
....
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

MKMO
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
K) To all other specified customers" . .
...
....

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

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

MKMO
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
..
It) To all other specified customers^

14



4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large banks, 1994'—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday
Source and maturity
July 1 1

5
6
7
8

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

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

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15

Aug. 22

Aug. 29

Sept. 5

72,187
12,351

67,167
13,241

63,759
12,684

67,217
13,247

68,623
13,445

69,464
11,699

68,003
1 1 ,497

65,121
11,983

73,482
12,222

24,026
21,640

22,441
22,878

24,808
22,832

19,635
23,779

20,748
23,850

19,345
22,788

19,310
22,732

15,374
23,857

14,164
24,114

22,868
32,396

21,857
35,538

23,534
33,366

24,850
32,688

21,927
32,239

26,287
29,666

24,329
31,231

20,870
33,163

20,501
30,617

30,024
15,698

30,260
15,624

30,074
16,439

30,628
17,427

29,336
16,255

32,202
15,719

32,960
15,886

33,945
16,815

34,038
16,693

54,569
21,466

53,340
23,025

52,643
23,194

57,099
24,025

52,838
21,588

54,594
23,313

55,294
22,226

53,210
21,366

57,438
24,467

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

69,513
12,379

68,603
13,519

69,748
13,863

74,018
12,857

76,922
12,492

74,735
12,889

69,000
13,879

70,078
15,923

17,237
22,508

17,122
21,881

20,778
21,300

19,779
21,455

19,023
20,655

18,205
20,607

17,998
22,922

16,697
22,242

23,144
32,514

21,588
32,677

22,503
31,861

23,178
28,866

23,964
29,424

24,034
28,486

22,995
32,730

22,000
31,755

33,613
16,345

32,897
16,393

32,826
17,661

34,050
16,814

33,091
16,528

33,451
16,698

33,799
17,004

32,802
17,134

51,871
21,256

55,427
21,439

61,185
22,985

61,657
21,031

58,607
21,283

59,293
21,488

56,776
21,415

59,630
21,842

Nov. 7

3
4

July 18

Sept. 12

1
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

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

75,506
16,685

72,680
14,817

76,936
17,343

75,917
15,437

82,747
14,513

79,782
14,558

78,752
14,980

77,920
15,644

17,472
22,074

18,901
22,471

19,591
21,515

18,073
21,391

18,153
20,202

16,984
20,633

17,591
20,037

22,326
20,757

22,406
30,936

23,109
29,056

25,838
26,975

17,864
32,825

24,632
28,210

19,819
31,472

20,422
31,867

20,530
26,583

34,363
16,875

33,299
16,955

35,679
17,389

34,426
19,751

35,109
17,816

35,423
18,384

35,089
18,719

34,904
19,537

60,309
22,347

61,075
22,091

60,160
22,707

63,006
22,601

64,465
23,074

63,837
22,093

70,480
21,769

73,702
20,303

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

...

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

..

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

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

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

. ...

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

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, 1985-1994
A. Adjustment credit to depository institutions 1
Percent per year, in effect December 31

1985
1986
I9H7
I9H8
I9B9
1990 . ,
1991
1992 ..
1 993
1994 .

..
..
..

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

75
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3
3
4.8

Year

75
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.H

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
1.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
1.5
3
1
4.8

7.5
5.5
(>
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
1
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
1
4.8

B. Seasonal credit to depository institutions2
Percent per year, in effect December 31

(985
1 986
1987
19H8
1989
1 990
1991
1992 ..
1 993
1994

..

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

7.5
55
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
31
5.9

Year

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
VI
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3.2
3.1
5.9

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

Sun
Francisco

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5=5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
1
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
B.O
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
H.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
H.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

C. Extended credit to depository institutions3
Percent per year, in effect December 31
Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3
3
4.8

Year

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
35
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

First 30 days of borrowing

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991 .
1 992
1993
1 994

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
^
3
4.8

7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5
3.5
3
3
4.8

After 30 days of borrowing*

!985
1986 .
1 987
1988
1989
1990
1991 ..
1 992
1993
1994

. . . . .

.

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
37
36
6,4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
36
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

n.a.
n.a.
7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0
4.8
3.7
3.6
6.4

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19941
Requirements

Type of deposit3

Percent of deposits

Effective date

3
10

12/20/94
12/20/94

3 No n personal time deposits'*

0

12/27/90

4 tiuroeurreney liabilities'*

0

12/27/90

Net transaction accounts*
1 $0 million $54 0 million1
2 More than $54.0 million

16



7. Federal Reserve open market transactions, 19941
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction and maturity

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

O ct,

17,484
0
376,819
0

0
0
28,986
0

1,264
0
28,709
0

900
0
33,163
0

1,101
0
28,881
0

1,395
0
29,807
0

4,143
0
35,434
0

0
0
29,559
0

1,610
0
29,513
0

0
0
36,436
0

518
0
29,361
0

147
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,063
-639 -1,985 -3,605
0
0
0

209
0
2,316
-907
0

Dec.

Nov,

U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Outright transactions
(excluding matched
transactions)
Treasury bills
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchanges
Redemptions
Others within one year
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges
Redemptions
One to five years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges
Five to ten years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges
More than ten years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges
All maturities
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

Matched transactions
25 Gross purchases
26 Gross sales
Repurchase agreements
27 Gross purchases
28 Gross sales
29 Net change in U.S. Treasury
securities

1,238
0
0
-21,444
0

125
450
0
0
0
0
-2,430
460
1,790
0 =5,795
1 ,680
0
0
0

0
200
2,208
0
0
0
=460 -1,123
2,430
0 4,192 - 1 ,680

0
0
776
639

0
0
3,447
1,145

1,413
0
0
3,605

2,817
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,607 -3,449 -1,197 -1,692 -5,506
907
-917
3,192
1,626
2,889

2,530
0
= 837
2,203

3,818
0
= 3,145
2,903

0
0
-776
0

0
0
-616
550

1,103

1,117
0
0
0
709 -1,510
0
0

3,606
0
-918
775

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
325

35,314
0
2,337

0
0
616

1,264
0
0

1,700,836
1,701,309

444
0
36,726
0

155
0
0
151
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,413
1,197
1,692
6,!31
961
917 = 3,192 - 1 ,626 -4,089 = 2,203
0
0
0
0
0

9,168
0
-6,004
17,801

0
0
0

6,109
0
29,700
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
-549
750

938
0
-125
0

0
0
=278
1 ,603

660
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0-389
0
0

1,252
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

896
0
0
0

0
0
-453
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
-76
450

840
0
0
0

6,140
0
440

1,550
0
0

4,143
0
0

0
0
302

1,610
0
0

4,459
0
0

133,468 124,270 155,625 120,512 135,533
132,872 124,125 155,950 120,393 135,796

133,075
133,939

126,677
125,181

10,059
4,405

28,085
35,374

44,948
41,199

4,975
9,354

17,088
15,613

35,456
32,561

29,406
26,351

8,933 = 6,095

4,022

-479

778

9,771

8,385

618
0
0
0

4,181
0
0

169,018 151,029
170,356 151,589

968
0
979

6,309
0
0

4,689
0
0

136,556 148,425 166,648
137,242 147,858 166,007

309,276
311,898

25,818
29,348

33,693
37,425

38,490
38,115

19,741
25,041

21,517
17,112

29,882

-3,550

-2,323

4,232

519

5,691

0
0
1 ,002

0
0
202

0
0
102

0
0
108

0
0
180

0
0
70

0
0
58

0
0
20

0
0
63

0
0
31

0
0
62

0
0
70

0
0
37

52,696
52,696

2,600
3,106

3,277
3,636

3,160
3,170

728
878

4,195
2,895

580
1,300

9,472
8,702

8,491
8,109

3,620
4,982

2,868
2,838

8,615
7,360

5,090
5,720

-1,002

- 708

- 461

- 118

- 330

1,230

- 778

750

319 =1,393

= 32

1,185

-667

-2,784

4,114

189

6,921

8,155 -5,345

4,341 -1,872

746

10,956

7,718

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




28,880

-4,258

17

8. Federal Reserve Banks, 19941
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of month
| Apr. | May

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 1 ,054

11 054

1 1 053

1 1 ,052

1 1 ,05 1

8,018
315

8,018
360

8,018
360

8,018
321

8,018
320

458
0

494
0

504
0

264
0

144
0

223
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3 ,920
580

3,900
1,350

3,837
1,732

3,806
370

3,744
400

3,674
1,655

3,637
1 ,025

357,703 351,608 355,629

355,150

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

I I 053

11 053

1 1 ,052

1 1 ,053

8,018
439

8,018
446

8,018
435

8,018
429

122
0

48
0

463
0

234
0

240
0

701
0

. ..

0

0

0

0

0

Federal agency obligations
1 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase agreements .

4,437
519

4,335
160

4,227
150

4,047
0

9 Total U.S. Treasury securities . . . 340,652

Account

| June

| July

1 1 ,052

1 1 ,052

1 1 ,052

8,018
357

8,018 8,018
301
318

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account
3 Coin
Loans
4 To depository institutions
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreements

3 ,977
1,300

338,329

342,560

343,079 348,770

355,928

365,700

374,084

10 Bought outright 2
331 995 333 404
11
Bills
1 60 963 162 372
12 Notes
. . . 1 3 1 ,460 131,311
13 Bonds
39,572
39,721
8,657
4,925
14 Held under repurchase agreements .

337,260
162,947
133,858
40,455
5,300

343,079 344,365 347,644 348,838 349,110
164 167 165,297 168,576 170072 170,345
137,445 138,686 138,686 138,384 138,006
41 ,467 40,38 1 40,38 1
40,38 1
40,760
0
4,405
10,059
2,770
6,519

353,010 352 113
169 785 169 617
141,189 140 H60
41,836 41,836
3,615
2,140

359,190
176,294
141,150
41,746
6,510

164,519
177 178
144,143
42,998
9,565

345,729

342,872

347,400

347,360

359,830 360,336

4,326
1,054

2,435
1,053

4,735
1,054

4,571
1,055

22,336
10 550

22,769
8 209

23,297
9,02 1

23,149
9,967

22,349
8,673

403,505 396,855 405,013 405,602

408,207

15 Total loans and securities
16 Items in process of collection . . . .
17 Bank premises
Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign
currencies 3
19 All other 4
20 Total assets

354,287
2,412
1,058

362,903 357,316

361,692

371,172

378,969

4,537
3,809
1,061 1,063

5,125
1 ,065

4,104
1,068

2,477
1 ,068

4,983
1 ,067

4,688
1 ,076

22,624
8,341

23J97
9,218

23,922
9 848

21,909
8,373

22,031
10,133

419,610 414,173 418,233 416,848 417,080

426,895

436,487

22,408
9,330

22,868
9,728

LIABILITIES
339,575

343,526

347,520

360,280

360,309

364,032

363,509

367,540

374,571

381,505

22 Total deposits

52,284

41,244

42,683

41,922

39,306

43,604

38,682

38,753

37,562

35,050

36,554

39,075

23
24
25
26

30,232
21,541
257
255

35,794
4,886
191
373

35,733
6,181
454
316

33,474
7,965
171
312

33,186
5,675
174
278

33,358
9,356
604
286

34,573
3,683
182
244

32,282
5,994
188
289

30,054
6,848
142
118

29 271
5,164
223
192

30,674
5,348
230
102

30,789
7,161
250
876

1 887

1 748

4,192

4,363

1,868

3,901

3 787

4 584

3 76S

1 906

4617

1 948

2462

2 514

2,684

2,763

3,106

3,626

3 425

3,632

1 831

1 992

4,210

4 592

396,208 389,031 397,080

398,176

411,411 406,203 411,001

408,667

408,488

419,973

429,120

3,643
1 401
1,548

3,668
1,178
77

21 Federal Reserve notes

Depository institutions
...
U.S. Treasury— General account . .
Forcigrv=Otficial accounts
..,
Other

27 Deferred credit items
28 Other liabilities and 5
accrued dividends
29 Total liabilities

349,127 356,197

400,477

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
30 Capital paid in
31 Surplus
32 Other capital accounts
33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts

. ..

. . . 403,505

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

18



3,404
3 401
492

358 003

3,437
3 401
985

3,445
3,401
1,088

3,479
3,401
546

3,517
3,401
811

3,523
3,401
1,275

3,550
3 401
1,018

3,588
3,383
262

1,608
1 401
1,172

3,683
1 681
0

396,855 405,013 405,602

408,207

419,610

414,173 418,233

416,848 417,080

426,895

436,487

371,757

372,886

382449

395 105

399 937

416 144

410 40^

364 104

367031

398 85 1

407 851

8. Federal Reserve Banks, 1994'—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement
Millions of dollars, end of month
Account
1 Federal Reserve notes outstanding
(issued to Banks)
2
LBSS: Held by Federal Reserve
Banks
3
Federal Reserve notes, net

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

410,368

411,834

414,534

419,336

420,983

427,534

435,668

442,669

449,006

449,946

453,444

454,642

70,793
339,575

68,308
343,526

67,014
347,520

70,209
349,127

64,787
356,197

67,254
360,280

75,359
360,309

78,637
364,032

85,498
363,509

82,406
367,540

78,873
374,571

73,137
381,505

1 1 ,053

11,053

11,052

11,053

1 1 ,052

1 1 ,052

11,052

1 1 ,054

1 1 ,054

1 1 ,053

1 1 ,052

11,051

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

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

8,018
0

320,504

324,455

328,450

330,056

347,026

341,210

341,239

344,960

344,436

348,469

355,501

362,436

8 Total collateral

339,575

343,526

347,520

349,127

356,196

360,280

360,309

364,032

363,508

367,540

374,571

381,505

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total loans

122

48

463

234

240

701

458

494

504

264

144

223

2 Within fifteen days6
3 Sixteen days to ninety days

121

45
3

448
18

197
38

155
85

549
152

228
230

257
237

264
240

133
130

65
79

202
21

4 Total U.S. Treasury securities . . 331,995
5
6
7
8
9
10

Within fifteen days6
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 .

1 1 Total federal agency
obligations
12
13
14
15
16
17

6

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




333,404

337,260

343,079

344,365

347,644

348,837

349,110

353,010

352,313

359,190

364,519

12,028
79,687
104,666
79,992
23,884
31,739

9,168
84,699
106,001
77,654
23,818
32,064

9,213
77,059
112,661
81,093
24,553
32,682

11,062
89,445
99,783
84,250
24,961
33,579

10,423
88,120
103,708
83,725
25,264
33,125

4,966
81,476
117,289
85,524
25,264
33,125

7,708
89,041
108,478
85,511
24,977
33,125

11,771
83,811
110,330
84,522
25,178
33,499

5,373
87,965
110,922
88,294
26,116
34,339

10,538
83,281
109,980
88,463
25,711
34,339

15,438
83,053
1 1 1 ,940
87,773
27,036
33,950

1 1 ,685
87,450
112,455
90,031
28,053
34,845

4,437

4,335

4,227

4,047

3,977

3,920

3,900

3,837

3,806

3,744

3,674

3,637

105
754
969
2,016
567
25

318
565
954
1,921
552
25

325
527
960
1,913
477
25

130
528
955
1,833
577
25

266
386
891
1,833
577
25

165
490
839
1,826
575
25

111
606
769
1,818
570
25

290
448
763
1,752
559
25

230
546
780
1,666
559
25

119
724
747
1,603
525
25

332
494
915
1 ,390
518
25

252
573
912
1,387
488
25

19

9. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks, 19941
A. Seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of deposit

Apr.

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

DKBITS To
Demand deposits1
\ All insured banks .
2
Major New York City
bunks . .
3 Other banks
4 Other checkable
deposits3
5 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs) 4

350,432.4 373,190.6 388,274.2 354,758.7 373,471.2 375,826.2 348,403.1 380,282.1 368,276.6 352,375.9 369,211.3 371,048.0
183,713.5 201,871.1 206,953.9 186,432.0 197,844.7 198,473.9 183,403.1 195,568.2 186,074.2 179,396.2 186,350.6 187,955.6
166,718.8 171,319.5 181,320.4 168,326.7 175,626.5 177,352.4 165,000.0 184,713.9 182,202.4 172,979.7 182,860.7 183,092.4
3,466.5

3,797.6

3,869.2

3,594.3

3,848.9

3,810.5

3,582.2

3,890.7

3,905.1

3,896.7

4,116.4

4,199.0

3,609.6

3,996.7

3,789.4

3,478.4

3,563.5

3,812.9

3,464.3

3,862.2

3,760.0

3,639.6

3,835.7

4,033.1

Duwsrr 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

776.7

826.0

858.7

4,249.7
408.7

4,639.9
419.6

4,753.6
443.7

11.5

12.6

12.9

4.6

5.1

781.9

4.8

4,306.7
410.1

12.0
4.5

828.5

832.5

763.7

842.1

815.5

783.6

826,5

820.6

4,504.5
431.7

4,634.1
434.0

4,130.6
400.7

4,608.4
451.5

4,502. 1
444.1

4,414.6
422.9

4,544.7
450.7

4,490.8
446.3

12.8

12.6

11.8

12.9

13.0

13.0

13.9

14.2

4.9

4.5

5.0

4.8

5.1

5.4

4.6

4.9

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

Apr.

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

DKBITS To
Demand deposits2
1 1 All insured banks
12 Major New York City
banks
1 3 Other banks
14 Other checkable
deposits3
15 Savings deposits (including
MMDAs) 4

349,633.5 345,567.2 406,806.7 350,110.5 364,448.1 387,201.1 347,403.9 394,394.4 365,063.0 352,548.5 359,229.9 384,218.7
181,971.7 187,904.4 218,783.5 181,272.6 188,885.2 204,251.8 182,452.9 202,845.6 186,161.8 181,406.6 184,656.3 194,120.1
167,661.8 157,662.8 188,023.2 168,837.9 175,563.0 182,949.3 164,951.0 191,548.8 178,901.2 171,141.8 174,573.5 190,098.6
3,765.0

3,496.8

3,909.6

3,798.3

3,700.5

3,918.9

3,515.0

3,861.2

3,960.9

3,797.1

3,845.9

4,365.1

3,780.1

3,614.5

3,880.9

3,632.6

3,535.3

3,906.8

3,521.8

3,873.3

3,716.4

3,472.2

3,640.4

4,244.8

759.0

782.7

922.6

823.3

868.5

774.5

785.9

4,047.8
403.4

4,319.0
396.1

5,140.2
472.0

4,228.8
410.7

4,449.3
438.7

4,878.2
452.9

4,150.3
400.4

4,960.2
475.9

4,539.5
437.8

4,435.8
413.1

4,391.6
420.6

12.2

11.6

12.4

12.4

13.1

11.8

13.0

13.3

12.9

4.8

4.6

4.6

4.5

5.0

4.6

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

20



12.9
5.0

771.3

761.9

889.5

5.0

811.9

4.9

4.6

13.0
4.8

814.9
4,343.4
445.4

14.5
5.7

10. Money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 19941
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Item
1
2
3
4
5

Measures2
Ml
M2
M3 . . .
L
Debt

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,132.5
3,589.1
4 245 9
5,165.4
12 385 9

1,137.0
3,586.2
4 232 0
5,162.6
1 2 434 6

1,141.1
3,597.4
4 240 6
5,165.5
12 498 6

1,142.8
3,605.4
4 250 8
5,181.9
12 556 0

1,143.5
3,608.5
4 251 4
5,190.4
12,612 1

1,147.0
3,605.3
4 256 6
5,188.5
1 2 65 1 6

1,152.2
3,616.2
4 273 8
5,213.3
12 677 0

1,150.8
3,614.2
4 272 7
5,214.6
12 740 1

1 151 0
3,613.3
4 278 4
5,220.3
12 797 5

1 148 1
3,609.0
4 284 6
5,238.7
12 844 5

1 147.5
3,610.3.
4 290 5
5,247.6
12 9 H 6

1,147.8
3,615.1
4 103 1
5,292.6
12 9*55 5

Ml components
Currency-1
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits'5
Other checkable depositsfl .
Nontransaction
components
10 In M2 7
11 In M3 only"

325 4
8.0
386.9
412.3

328 9
80
388.6
411.6

332 0
80
388.6
412.5

334 5
8 1
388.1
412.0

337 3
8.1
385.6
412.4

340 0
82
386.3
412.5

342 8
83
388.0
413.1

345 1
83
386.6
410.8

347 2
84
386.5
408.9

350 0
83
384.4
405.4

353 0
84
382.3
403.8

3*54 5
84
382.0
402.9

2 456 7
656 8

2 449 1
645.8

2 456 3
643.2

2 462 6
645 4

2 465 0
643.0

2 458 3
651.3

2 464 0
657 6

2 463 4
658 5

2 462 3
665 1

2 460 9
675 6

2 462 8
680 2

2 467 2
688 0

Commercial banks
12 Savings deposits, including
MMDAs
13 Small time deposits9
14 Large time deposits10- "

791 3
465.7
273.4

792 7
464.5
270.1

791 5
463.1
268.8

788 9
462.3
268.0

784 6
464.6
272.0

7800
467.4
274.0

778 0
469.9
276.3

775 7
476.0
279.8

772 8
481.2
284.6

765 4
487.7
289.3

759 2
494,0
293,8

752 3
502.4
298.3

Thrift institutions
15 Savings deposits, including
MMDAs
16 Small time deposits9
17 Large time deposits10 . . . .

429.8
313.8
61.7

429.1
310.5
61.7

430.5
308.9
61.4

431.1
307.9
61.8

430.2
306.2
60.4

426.8
305.5
61.0

423.2
306.1
61.9

417.0
306.2
61.7

410.9
307.8
62.7

405.6
311.3
63.7

398.5
315.8
63.9

391.9
317.3
64.3

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

361.2
194.6

359.5
182.1

361.9
183.8

370.5
183.1

373.5
177.5

370.7
177.9

376.1
178.7

377.0
177.4

377.4
176.3

379.5
180.8

383.3
180.5

389.0
180.8

3,338.3
9,047.7

3,355.1
9,079.5

3,379.6
9,119.0

3390.6
9,165.4

3,402.5
9,209.6

3,416.3
9,235.2

3,419.3
9,257.7

3,436.8
9,303.3

3,454.1
9,343.4

3,469.6
9,374.9

3,494.1
9,419.6

3,497.4
9,458.1

May

June

July

Sept.

Oct.

6
7
8
9

Debt components
20 Federal debt
21 Nonfederal debt

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Item

22
23
24
25
26

MeasuresMl
M2
M3
L
Debt

Ml components
Currency 3
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits5
Other checkable deposits6 .
Nontransaction
components
31 I n M 2 7
32 In M3 only"

27
28
29
30

Commercial banks
33 Savings deposits, including
MMDAs
34 Small time deposits9
35 Large time deposits10- "
Thrift institutions
36 Savings deposits, including
MMDAs
37 Small time deposits9
38 Large time deposits10 . . . .
Money market mutual
funds
39 General purpose and
broker-dealer
40 Institution-only
Repurchase agreements
and Eurodollars
41 Overnight and continuing .
42 Term
Debt components
43 Federal debt
44 Nonfederal debt




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Aug.

Nov.

Dec.

1 142 3
1 124 2
3,595.6 . 3,573.3
4,254 8
4,221.8
5 155 5
5 187 1
12,378.4 12,407.7

1,131 4
3,596.1
4,238.2
5 165 9
12,459.1

1 152.7
3,622.6
4,264.2
5 193.8
12,499.1

1,132.5
3,595.6
4,240.5
5,170.2
12,544.3

1,142.3
3,600.4
4,250.2
5,177.1
12,604.5

1,150.9
3,615.0
4,267.5
5 200 8
12,636.6

1,143 9
3,606.7
4,266.3
5 203 4
12,691.8

1 146 1
3,602.7
4,266 0
5 201 0
12,753.8

1 147 3
3,606.1
4,279 8
5 229 8
12,804.0

1,155.3
3,618.6
4,304.9
5,269 7
12,884.8

1,173.5
3,638.6
4,329.2
S,m3
12,947.2

324.0
77
392.0
418.6

327.3
77
379.5
409.8

330.6
78
379.6
413.5

334.3
7.8
389.2
421.4

337.2
7.9
377.7
409.7

340.5
8.3
382.3
411.2

344.7
8.8
387.3
410.0

345.7
89
383.1
406.2

347.0
88
384.7
405.6

349.6
85
387.8
401.4

353.2
8.2
390.7
403.1

357.6
8.1
400. 1
407.6

2,453.4
659.2

2,449.1
648.5

2,464.7
642.1

2,469.9
641.6

2,463.1
644.9

2,458.1
649.8

2,464. 1
652.5

2,462.8
659.6

2,456.6
663.3

2,458.8
673.7

2,463.4
686.3

2,465.1
690.5

786.3
466.2
271.9

788.2
464.6
268.8

791.9
462.9
267.3

791.1
461.8
266.3

785.3
463.7
274.1

782.3
467.0
275.3

780.0
470.5
275.3

777.0
476.5
281.1

772.7
481.7
285.7

765.5
488.3
289.9

761.4
493.7
295.2

75 1 . 1
502.0
298.0

427.1
314.1
61.3

426.7
310.6
61.4

430.8
308.8
61.1

432.3
307.5
61.4

430.6
305.5
60.9

428.1
305.2
61.3

424.3
306.5
61.7

417.7
306.5
61.9

410.8
308.2
62.9

405.7
311.7
63.8

399.7
315.7
64.2

391.2
317.1
64.3

361.6
200.5

364.1
191.0

370.3
185.7

378.3
181.8

375.4
176.8

368.7
172.5

373.4
173.8

374.2
176.2

371.3
172.6

373.9
178.1

379.9
182.5

387.1
183.1

98.0
139 1

94.9
140 I

100.1
141 5

99.0
145.3

102.5
145.6

106.9
152.6

109.5
154.0

110.9
152.5

111.8
153 9

113.7
154 6

113.0
157.3

116.7
157.6

3,333.0
9,045.4

3,345.4
9,062.4

3,374.4
9,084.7

3,376.8
9,122.3

3,379.7
9,164.6

3,394.5
9,210.1

3,393.9
9,24^.7

3,418.5
9,273.3

3,438.6
9,315.2

3,485.4
9,399.4

3,499.0
9,448.2

3,448.8
9,355.2-

21

11. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base, 19941
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements2
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Item

| Mar.

Apr.

1

May

Jan.

Feb.

60.65
60.57

60.78
60.71

60.59
60.53

60.48
60.36

60.11
59.91

59.99
59.66

60.57
59.20
389.95

60.71
59.64
393.77

60.53
59.62
396.67

60.36
59.33
399.23

59.91
59.19
401.68

59.66
58.89
404.21

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

60.11
59.65

59.84
59.37

59.79
59.31

59.50
59.12

59.40
59.15

59.34
59.13

59.65
59.00
407.18

59.37
58.84
409.24

59.31
58.73
411.34

59.12
58.69
413.85

59.15
58.39
416.79

59.13
58.17
418.22

July

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total reserves'1
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 credit*
9 Required reserves^
10 Monetary basey . , .

62.05
61.97

59.56
59.49

59.54
59.49

61.55
61.42

59.16
58.96

59.78
59.45

59.92
59.47

59.14
58.67

59.73
59.24

59.24
58.86

59.73
59.48

61.13
60.92

61.97
60.60
391.01

59.49
58.42
390.88

59.49
58.57
394.19

61.42
60.40
399.88

58.96
58.24
400.41

59.45
58.68
404.90

59.47
58.82
408.38

58.67
58.14
409.21

59.24
58.67
411.37

58.86
5B.44
413.15

59.48
58.72
417.08

60.92
59.96
422.51

B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements10
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Item
1 1 Total reserves"
12 Nonborrowed reserves
1 3 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended ered^
14 Required reserves
15 Monetary base13
16 Kxeess reserves1'*
17 Bo r ro w i n gs fro m the Fede ra 1
Reserve

22



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

62 07
62.00

59.59
59.52

59.61
59.55

61.64
61.52

59.27
59.07

59 92
59.59

60.09
59.63

59.34
58.87

59 95
59.47

59 49
59. 1 1

60 0 1
59.76

61.34
61.13

62.00
60.62
397 89
1.45

59.52
58.45
397.93
1.14

59.55
58.64
400.78
.97

61.52
60.49
406.32
1.15

59.07
58.36
406.59
.92

59.59
58.82
410 94
1.11

59.64
58.99
414.39
1.11

58. B7
58.33
414.92
1. 00

59.47
58=89
416.70
L06

59.11
58.69
418 19
.80

59.76
59. 00
421 90
1.01

61.13
60. 1 7
427.25
1.17

07

.07

.06

.12

20

33

.46

.47

49

38

25

.21

12. Deposit interest rates and amounts outstanding, 1994
Commercial and BIF-insured savings banks1
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Sept.

Aug.

Interest rates (annual effective yields)

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS
1 Negotiable order of withdrawal
(NOW) accounts
2 Savings deposits3

3
4
5
6
7

Interest-bearing time deposits with
balances of less than
$100,000, by maturity
7 to 9) days
92 to 182 days
183 days to 1 year
More than 1 year to 2'/2 years . . .
More than 2'/2 years

1.84
2.46

1.82
2.43

1.82
2.43

1.81
2.45

1.83
2.50

1.82
2.54

1.83
2.57

1.85
2.63

1.87
2.67

1.88
2.72

1.92
2.81

1.96
2.91

2.65
2.90
3.14
3.56
4.31

2.68
2.94
3.18
3.61
4.35

2.76
3.02
3.27
3.69
4.46

2.87
3.13
3.42
3.87
4.67

2.99
3.28
3.64
4.12
4.89

3.08
3.36
3.76
4.26
5.02

3.17
3.44
3.88
4.39
5.14

3.29
3.61
4.11
4.61
5.33

3.36
3.75
4.27
4.80
5.47

3.47
3.93
4.50
5.08
5.77

3.65
4.22
4.85
5.42
6.09

3.81
4.44
5.12
5.74
6.30

1.89
2.62

1.88
2,64

1.83
2.63

1.86
2.65

1.86
2.67

1.88
2.69

1.89
2.67

1.89
2.74

1.91
2.78

1.88
2.76

1.91
2.83

1.95
2.88

2.69
3.03
3.33
3.72
4.61

2.69
3.04
3.34
3.76
4.66

2.71
3.08
3.37
3.85
4.75

2.72
3.13
3.47
3.96
4.85

2.77
3.21
3.67
4.12
5.08

2.84
3.41
3.92
4.38
5.24

2.98
3.53
4.02
4.56
5.35

3.03
3.69
4.24
4.83
5.47

3.11
3.87
4.47
5.04
5.64

3.32
4.10
4.80
5.39
5.79

3.51
4.42
5.18
5.70
6.18

3.80
4.89
5.52
6.09
6.43

BIF-lNSURED SAVINGS BANKS*
8 Negotiable order of withdrawal
(NOW) accounts
9 Savings deposits3

(0
11
12
13
14

Interest-bearing time deposits with
balances of less than
$100,000, by maturity
7 to 91 days
92 to 1 82 days
183 days to 1 year
More than 1 year to 2'/2 years . . .
More than IVi years

Amounts outstanding (millions of dollars)
INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS
15 Negotiable order of withdrawal
(NOW) accounts
16 Savings deposits3
17 Personal
18 Nonpersonal

19
20
21
22
23

Interest-bearing time deposits with
balances of less than
$100,000, by maturity
7 to 91 days
92 to 182 days
183 days to 1 year
More than 1 year to 2'/2 years . . .
More than 2'/2 years

24 IRA and Keogh plan accounts

293,806
771,559
606,615
164,944

295,573
776,204
611,725
164,479

297,496
779,340
615,875
163,465

293,888
771,869
611,720
160,149

292,797
773,170
612,648
160,522

290,220
767,539
608,132
159,407

290,631
765,751
605,881
159,870

295,320
764,035
600,892
163,143

286,787
755,249
595,175
160,074

294,072
751,183
590,875
160,308

294,282
746,605
584,628
161,977

303,724
734,519
578,459
156,060

29,312
109,110
144,037
141,204
182,193

29,578
109,444
143,624
141,006
181,240

29,539
107,407
144,022
139,946
180,973

29,467
105,615
146,733
139,313
181,977

29,950
104,400
148,102
140,764
180,381

28,763
102,439
151,165
144,686
181,843

28,659
100,424
152,216
146,875
182,944

27,959
98,085
155,964
150,807
186,490

28,312
96,398
157,253
152,514
190,209

31,447
95,359
158,753
155,111
188,479

31,077
94,692
159,645
158,382
189,741

32,375
95,901
161,831
162,486
190,897

143,875

143,409

142,002

142,448

142,047

142,513

142,649

142,617

142,700

142,896

143,075

143,428

10,796
78,660
75,445
3,215

10,870
78,016
74,756
3,260

11,078
78,701
75,444
3,257

11,051
78,982
75,717
3,265

11,052
78,817
75,474
3,344

10,792
77,289
74,121
3,168

10,925
77,337
74,064
3,273

11,016
75,108
72,040
3,068

10,769
74,659
71,525
3,134

11,120
73,416
70,215
3,201

11,002
72,622
69,412
3,211

11,317
70,642
67,673
2,969

2,737
13,094
17,418
16,281
20,630

2,735
13,165
17,436
16,338
20,939

2,671
13,177
17,511
16,180
21,110

2,697
13,058
17,504
16,453
21,454

2,702
12,822
17,444
16,477
21,546

2,614
12,515
J7.310
16,493
21,079

2,531
12,511
17,591
16,901
21,573

2,523
12,292
17,593
16,824
21,531

2,402
12,276
17,928
17,287
21,923

2,245
1 1 ,987
18,123
17,519
21,624

2,209
11,913
18,509
17,999
21,687

2,166
1 1 ,793
18,753
17,842
21,600

19,395

19,474

19,447

19,860

19,772

19,511

19,757

19,445

19,532

19,550

19,532

19,325

BIF-INSURED SAVINGS BANKS'*
25 Negotiable order of withdrawal
(NOW) accounts
26 Savings deposits3
27
Personal
28
Nonpersonal

29
30
31
32
33

Interest-bearing time deposits with
balances of less than
$100,000, by maturity
7 to 9 1 days
92 to 182 days
1 83 days to 1 year
More than 1 year to 2'/2 years . .
More than 2'/2 years

34 IRA and Keogh plan accounts




23

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941
A. All commercial banking institutions
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1988
Jan.

Feb.

| Mar. | Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Axsctx
2,277.8
Bank credit
538.4
Securities in bank credit
342.6
U.S. government securities . . . . .
195.8
Other securities
Loans and leases in hank credit- . . . . 1,739.5
573.1
Commercial and industrial
598.2
Real estate
31.4
Revolving home equity
566.8
Other
332.9
Consumer
. . . .
40.8
Security-1
194.5
Other
.
. .
161.7
Interbank loans4
219.6
Cash assets***
172.8
Other assets6

2,287.1 2 300 2 2,321.9 2,343.7 2,361.7 2,376 5
538.9
539.1
542.7
545.2
549.6
553.5
349 8
153 9
342.5
341.8
344.0
345.8
196.3
197.3
198.7
199.5
199.8
199.6
1,748.2 1,761.1 1.779.2 1,798.5 1,812.0 1,823.0
574.4
576.7
581.4
587.0
591.9
595.9
623.9
604.3
610.0
616.6
631.0
638.1
32.2
32.9
33.7
34.4
35.2
36.0
572.0
577.1
583.0
589.5
595.8
602.1
344.9
335.6
339.1
342.7
347.5
350.1
45.7
40.6
42. 1
43.2
44.0
41.9
197.0
193.3
193.1
195.3
197.7
197.1
164.1
163.7
163.0
168.9
168.8
166.1
225.2
220.5
218.9
222.3
227.7
227.1
181.3
174.3
174.2
179.1
182.4
183.8

2 384 1
554.4
114 9
199.5
1,830.3
595.4
646.7
36.7
610.0
351. 8
40.9
195.5
161.3
222.5
186.8

2 190 2
552.9
^5 8
197.1
1,837.3
597.3
654.3
37.7
616.6
353.4
39.0
193.3
162.8
224. 1
185.2

2,401.9
551.5
35 *> 9
197.6
1,848.4
600.5
660.6
38.4
622.3
354.9
40.0
192.3
164.2
225.5
182.9

2,418.4
556.7
159.6
197.2
1,861.6
603.0
668.0
39.3
628.7
356.2
4LI
193.4
164.3
223.4
182.9

2,435.8
562.4
367.2
195.3
1,873.4
607.6
674.6
40.1
634.5
357.8
40.6
192,8
159.5
222.9
185.1

2,770.4

2,784.1

2,794.5

2,829.3

2,851.5

2,877.6

2,892.3

2,899.7

2,912.7

2,927.6

2,941.9

Liabilities
1 996 2
Deposits
594.6
Transaction
1,401.6
Nontransaction
404.8
Large time
996.8
Other
443.3
Borrowings
162.9
From banks in the United States . . . .
280.4
From nun banks in the United States .
8.7
Net due to related foreign offices
130.7
Other liabilities*

2,00*5 2
595.1
1,410.1
406.6
1,003.5
450.4
163.2
287.2
1.9
13 I.I

2 015 4
597.1
1,418.3
408.3
1,010.0
463.2
163.4
299.8
-0.4
131.0

2,026.3
603.1
1,423.2
404.8
1,018.4
477.2
169.0
308.2
7.2
135.2

2,044.2
613.3
1,430.9
406.8
1,024.1
478.4
167.3
311.1
7.7
136.8

2,060 1 2,068 0 2,074.6 2 081.4
612.8
607.8
618.9
616.6
1,441.3 1,451.5 1,461.8 1,475.6
431.9
410.9
416.8
423.8
1 ,030.4 1 ,034.6 1 ,038.0 1,043.6
472.9
479.4
484.7
463.6
165.4
166.4
171.5
174.8
306.5
307.9
310.0
298.2
10.2
13.2
20.9
11.6
139.5
137.8
137.6
137.6

2,097.4
612.1
1,485.4
435.8
1,049.6
478.6
169.2
309.4
4.8
136.6

2,106.7
611.4
1,495.3
437.3
1,058.1
477.9
169.8
308.1
12.1
138.7

2,117.2
609.5
1,507.7
442.8
1,064.9
484.2
167.3
316.9
11.7
138.6

2,578.9

2,588.6

2,609.3

2,645,9

2,667.1

2,687.4

2,751.7

195.6

185.2

183.4

16 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2S
26

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities)'*

191.5

184.5

190.2

2,890.1

2,703.5
186.6

2,698.7

2,705,7

2,717.5

2,735.4

193.6

194.0

195.2

192.2

190.1

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
1?
33
34
35
36
37
3H
39
40
41
42
43

Av.w/.v
2,275.3
Bunk credit
536.8
Securities in bank credit
340.4
U.S. government securities
196.4
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit- . . . . 1,738.5
570.2
Commercial and industrial
597.7
Real estate
31.4
Revolving home equity
566.2
Other
336.8
Consumer
40.4
Security 1
193.4
Other
162.7
Interbank loans"*
230. 1
Cash assets'*
173.8
Other assets'1 . . .
. . .

44 Total assets7
4^
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

2,780.2

56 Residual (assets less liabilities}''

24



2,594.5
185.7

2,443,1
560.4
364.8
195.7
1.882.7
608.6
675.6
40.3
635.3
361.9
41.0
195.5
164.9
234.9
189.3

2,916.6

2,942.2

2,970.0

2,066.2
600.6
1,465.6
425.3
1,040.3
468.4
167.5
300.9
21.4
139.2

2,078.8 2,094.4
609.9
604.0
1 ,474.8 1 ,484.6
434.7
431.8
1,043.0 1,049.8
488.7
481.5
168.8
(67. 3
319.8
314.2
7.6
11.5
136.7
D37.8

2,111.9
616.4
1,495.5
436.3
1,059.2
486.5
174.7
311.9
13.7
142.1

2,138.0
634.0
1 ,504.0
440.7
1,063.3
487.6
172.6
315.0
1 1.5
143.0

2,693.8

2,695.2

2,709.6

2,727.4

2,754.2

2,780.1

184.0

185.8

388.1

189.2

188.0

189.8

2,298.0 2,322.0
541.9
544.5
344.5
345.9
197.3
198.5
1,756.1 1,777.5
578.2
584.9
607.7
615.1
32.6
33.4
575.1
581.7
337.1
340.5
42.9
44.4
190.2
192.6
164.6
169.4
210.5
218.7
174.5
176.6

2,341.2
546.6
347.3
199.3
1,794.6
590.1
623.7
34.2
589.4
343.3
43.0
194.5
158.7
222.4
179.6

2,360.8
549.1
349.5
199.6
1,811.7
593.8
631.2
35.1
596.1
345.8
43.7
197.2
163.9
225.0
180.8

2,368.0
548.7
350.3
198.3
1,819.4
595.1
638.8
35.8
603.0
347.4
40.9
197.1
163.1
226.1
182.6

2,382.3 2,389.6
552.3
552.4
355.3
353.5
197.0
198.9
1,829.9 1,837.3
594. 1
594.0
654.5
647.1
36.8
37.9
616.6
610.1
354.7
35 1 .0
38.2
4 1 .0
195.9
196.8
160.8
160.7
215.7
224.7
185.0
184.5

2,779.2

2,785.4

2,824.1

2,839.3

2,868.0

2,877.8

2,881.0

2,897.7

2 007 7 2,028.8
585.8
607.2
1,421.9 1,421.6
410.9
404.8
1,011.1 1,016.8
461.1
474.6
164.6
169.4
296.5
305.2
-1.9
3.4
131.2 131.7

2,033 8
604.8
1 ,429. 1
407.7
1,021.3
473.5
159.4
314.1
9.2
134.6

2 OSI 1 2 067 4
614.7
614.5
1,440.4 1,452.9
410.4
416.1
1,030.0 1,036.8
478.3
479.0
165.3
169.2
313.0
309.8
9.1
12.1
135.4
135.4

2,598.1

2,638.5

2,651.1

2,677.9

187.2

185.6

190.2

Liahiliticx
2 007 4 2 001 7
Deposits
590.8
609.5
Transaction
1 ,397.9 1,41 LO
Nontransaction
408.2
402.3
Large time
. ..
Other
995.6 1,002.8
456.4
445.2
Borrowings
163.4
165.7
From banks in the United States . . . .
281.8
290.7
From nonbanks in the United States .
9.5
Net due to related foreign offices . . . . .
2.3
132.4
131.3
Other liabilities*

55 Total liabilities

2,405.0 2,422.5
558.4
552.9
360.3
355.2
198.0
197.7
LH52.1 1,864.2
602,2
599.0
669.4
662.9
39.6
38.7
629.8
624.1
356.6
355.4
40.4
40.3
195.5
194.6
167.2
1 64.0
229.7
225.7
1H5.2
183.9

2,284.5
540.3
344.0
196.3
1,744.3
572.6
602.1
32.1
569.9
335.8
43.0
190.9
165.6
216.5
174.4

2,591.7
187.4

188.2

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1989
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
2,444.8
Bank credit
560.6
Securities in bank credit
367.5
U S . government securities
193.1
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 1,884.2
608.9
Commercial and industrial
683.3
Real estate
40.9
Revolving home equity
642.4
Other
358.7
Consumer
39.3
Security 3
Other
193.9
4
163.4
Interbank loans
226.8
Cash assets5
6
181.3
Other assets

16 Total assets7

2,469.3
559.8
367.5
192.3
1,909.5
620.4
690.6
41.8
648.8
359.7
42.5
196.2
171.5
225.9
183.2

2,478.7
561.0
369.3
191.7
1,917.6
619.5
697.2
42.7
654.5
361.5
44.3
195.0
167.4
223.3
185.3

2,488.6
560.4
370.1
190.3
1,928.3
622.5
705.9
43.6
662.3
364.2
41.8
193.8
162.8
220.8
188.3

2,505.2 2,517.2
562.4
562.6
372.6
373.5
189.9
189.1
1,942.8 1,954.6
628.1
627.6
712.1
720.0
44.5
45.4
667.6
674.6
366.1
367.5
42.3
44.6
194.2
195.0
167.8
168.1
222.2
217.0
187.2
188.2

2,539.2
565.6
377.3
188.3
1,973.6
634.0
729.2
46.2
683.0
370.2
43.0
197.3
169.2
222.7
187.7

2,551.7
566.0
379.2
186.8
1,985.7
637.0
740.1
47.1
693.0
37 1.7
40.6
196.3
171.8
221.9
187.7

2,567.3
565.9
379.8
186.1
2,001.3
639.3
749.5
47.9
701.5
373.7
41.8
197.1
174.4
224.8
187.1

2,588,1
574.5
389.5
185.0
2,013.6
642.0
753.3
48.5
704.8
375.5
43.0
199.8
175.9
231.0
187.3

2,602.8
578.7
395.2
183.5
2,024.1
642.4
762.2
49.4
712.8
377.6
44.5
197.5
179.4
220.5
187.5

2,608.6
584.9
400.3
184.6
2,023.7
638.8
769.5
50.3
719.2
378.3
41.3
195.8
181.2
227.2
188.7

2,957.2

2,990.5

2,995.4

3,001.5

3,023.0

3,030.8

3,059.4

3,074.2

3,094.2

3,116.7

3,125.3

3,140.6

Liabilities
2,125.9
17 Deposits
610.8
1 8 Transaction
1,515.1
19 Nontransaction .
447.7
20
Large time
. ...
21
Other
1,067.4
497.6
22 Borrowings
23 From banks in the United States . . . .
169.5
328.1
24
From nonbanks in the United States .
8.8
25 Net due to related foreign offices
132.0
26 Other liabilities'* . . .

2,132.8
612.3
1,520.6
448.8
1,071.8
514.7
180.9
333.8
11.6
136.2

2,143.3
608.5
1,534.8
456.4
1,078.4
515.3
182.2
333.1
10.3
138.1

2,150.5
602.7
1,547.8
459.9
1,087.9
510.0
176.0
334.0
6.0
141.8

2,153.3
599.5
1,553.8
463.4
1 ,090.4
530.3
181.4
348.9
5.2
142.4

2,157.1
595.1
1,562.0
467.4
1 ,094.6
520.0
177.7
342.3
13.8
142.5

2,175.2
601.2
1,574.0
469.8
1,104.1
521.2
176.6
344.6
14.1
144.1

2,183.0
599.0
1,584.0
471.0
1,112.9
525.5
179.2
346.3
13.9
144.3

2,198.1
603.5
1,594.6
472.2
1,122.4
529.4
183.1
346.2
18.3
142.6

2,223.1
614.4
1,608.7
474.8
1,133.9
536.0
184.1
351.9
9.3
142.3

2,228.7
606.8
1,621.9
476.8
1,145.2
541.3
189.0
352.3
11.2
141,4

2,242.0
610.5
1 ,63 1 .4
475.5
1,155.9
547.6
191.9
355.7
13,3
143,7

2,764.3

2,795.3

2,807.0

2,808.4

2,831.1

2,833.4

2,854.5

2,866.7

2,888.4

2,910,7

2,922.7

2,946,5

192.9

195.1

188.4

193.1

191.8

197.4

204.8

207.5

205.8

206, 1

202.7

194.1

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities)

9

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Asset x
Bank credit
2,443.9
559.4
Securities in bank credit
365.4
U.S. government securities
194.0
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 2 . . . . 1,884.5
606.2
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
683.0
Revolving home equity
40.9
642.1
Other
363.1
Consumer
Security 3
39.1
193.1
Other
164.9
Interbank loans4
237.1
Cash assets5
182.6
Other assets^

2,468.0
561.4
368.9
192.5
1,906.5
618.9
688.6
41.7
646.8
360.1
45.1
193.9
173.7
221.9
183.3

2,477.8
564.3
372.5
191.8
1,913.5
621.8
694.8
42.4
652.4
359.3
45.3
192.3
169.1
215.2
185.3

2,490.2
563.0
372.8
190.2
1,927.2
626.6
704.4
43.2
661.2
361.8
43.1
191.3
163.8
217.4
185.7

2,503,4 2,517.0
563.9
562.5
374.3
373.7
189.6
188.8
1,939.5 1,954.5
631.4
629.5
711.9
720.1
44.2
45.3
667.7
674.8
364.6
365.8
39.8
44.2
191.8
194.9
162.5
163.1
219.2
214.5
185.4
186.5

2,531.2
561.4
374.3
187.1
1,969.8
633.0
729.8
46.1
683.7
367.5
42.0
197.5
165.9
221.3
186.5

2,549.1
564.5
378.1
186.4
1,984.6
635.3
740.4
47.2
693.3
370.9
40.7
197.3
170.8
215.1
185.8

2,567.1
565.8
379.6
186.2
2,001.3
635,9
749.7
48.2
701.5
375.1
41.4
199.2
172.5
225.4
186.9

2,591.6
574.6
389.4
185.2
2,017.0
640. 1
755.7
49.0
706.7
375.9
43.3
201.9
176.2
230.9
188.5

2,608.1
581.2
396.8
184.3
2,026.9
641.6
764.0
49.8
714.3
377.9
43. H
199.5
184.0
226.7
190.1

2,617.3
583,2
398.4
184.9
2,034.1
639.8
771.0
50.5
720.4
382.6
41.9
198.9
188.2
240.0
193.2

44 Total assets7

2,969.2

2,987.0

2,987.8

2,998.4

3,011.4

3,021.8

3,046.5

3,062.4

3,092.6

3,121.6

3,143.0

3,172.7

Liabilities
45 Deposits
46 Transaction
47 Nontransaction
....
48
Large time
49
Other
50 Borrowings
51
From banks in the United States . . .
52
From nonbanks in the United States
53 Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
54 Other liabi!itiesH

2,137.2
625.6
1,511.6
445.0
1,066.6
497.1
171.0
326.1
9.8
134.0

2,130.0
607.9
1,522.1
450.6
1,071.5
517.8
183.6
334.1
12.0
136.5

2,137.0
597.8
1,539.2
459.1
1,080.1
514.4
184.1
330.4
9.3
138.2

2,154.8
608.1
1,546.7
460.)
1,086.6
509.0
176.0
332.9
2.5
138.3

2,143.4 2,151.8
590.9
590.2
1,552.5 1,561.5
465.0
467.3
1,087.5 1,094.2
524.2
515.9
172.9
171.0
351.3
344.9
6.7
12.6
140.1
140.2

2,174.1
598.6
1,575.5
469.3
1,106.2
514.0
170.6
343.3
12.8
141.8

2,175.3
587.2
1,588.1
473.0
1,115.1
528.8
181.1
347.7
14.4
143.9

2,193.7
599.9
U593.8
472.1
1,121.7
538.2
183.8
354.3
17.7
142.7

2,219.8
612.0
1,607.8
473.3
1,134.4
546.8
183.9
362.9
11.7
142.6

2,233.9
612.0
1,621.9
475.4
1,146.6
552.8
194.6
358.1
12.5
145.0

2,263.1
635.8
1,627.4
473.0
1,154.4
548.8
198.6
350.2
12.9
148.0

55 Total liabilities

2,778.1

2,796.3

2,799.0

2,804.5

2,814.4

2,820.5

2,842.6

2,862.3

2,892.2

2,920.9

2,944.1

2,972.8

191.0

190.7

188.8

193.9

196.9

201.3

200.0

200.4

200.7

198.9

199.9

56 Residual (assets less liabilities)




9

203.8

25

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-1994l—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1990
Account

Jan.

| Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

| Get.

Nov.

Dee.

Seasonally adjusted
Assets
2,621.7
Bank credit
594.3
Securities in bank credit
410.9
U.S. government securities
183.4
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 2,027.4
Commercial and industrial
637.3
775.6
Real estate . ,
,
51.4
Revolving home equity
724.2
Other
Consumer
,.
379.8
40.4
Security3
Other
194,2
Interbank loans4
182.5
227.6
Cash assets^
193.4
Other assets6 .

2,638.5
603.1
419.9
183.2
2,035.4
637.3
784.2
52.1
732. 1
380.4
40.5
193.0
185.3
224.5
194.8

2,651.0
604.7
422.9
181.8
2,046.3
638.8
792.5
52.9
739.7
381.4
40.2
193.4
193.5
225.5
194.4

2,664.3
607.8
426.8
181.1
2,056.4
640.6
800.2
53.7
746.4
380.6
40.6
194.5
193.5
226.1
192.1

2,675.3
611.2
431.4
179.8
2,064.1
638.8
809.4
54.6
754.7
381.2
40.5
194.2
191.3
223.4
193.7

2,693.3
619.4
439.9
179.4
2,074.0
640.5
817.9
55.5
762.4
381.0
41.7
193.0
199.1
226.2
194.6

2,709.1
624.7
445.9
178.8
2,084.4
640.7
827.3
56.7
770.6
380.2
44.4
191.8
205.3
224.7
196.8

2,728.8
628.2
447.8
180.4
2,100.6
640.6
833.0
57.8
775.2
381.5
51.0
194.5
211.6
225.7
197.8

2,733.9
630.6
450.8
179.8
2,103.3
639.7
838.4
58.8
779.6
382.4
47.8
195.0
208.7
219.3
200.7

2,740.8
632.8
454.0
178.8
2,107.9
638.2
843.1
60.5
782.7
384.6
46.4
195.6
197.8
216.5
202.9

2,743.9
632.9
455.2
177.7
2,111.1
639.2
849.0
61.5
787.5
383.9
44.7
194.3
198.1
214.3
204.7

2,750.4
634.1
455.8
178.2
2,116.3
640.3
854.3
62.3
792.0
383.3
44.9
193.5
192.7
212.4
205.6

3,160.0

3,177.8

3,199.0

3,210.9

3,218.3

3,248.2

3,271.7

3,300.4

3,299.7

3,293.9

3,297.0

3,296.7

Liabilities
2,251.0
17 Deposits
18 Transaction
6H. 7
1,637.3
1 9 Nontransaetion
473.2
20
Large time
21
Other
1,164.1
550.6
22 Borrowings
.
191.7
23
From banks in the United States . . . .
358.9
24
From non banks in the United States .
11.5
25 Net due to related foreign offices
26 Other liabilities'*
143.5

2,254.0
612.3
1,641.7
468.4
1,173.3
549.0
191.5
357.5
18.1
143.3

2,260.7
611.9
1,648.8
467.2
1,181.6
560.7
198.7
362.0
20.9
142.3

2,273.4
615.9
1,657.5
464.0
1,193.5
567.8
202.3
365.5
19.9
139.9

2,281.0
611.9
1,669.2
461.4
1,207.7
563.1
203.4
359.7
28.4
140.4

2,298.7
615.4
1,683.3
460.9
1,222.4
576.3
211.7
364.6
21.1
141.7

2,315.2
618.1
1,697.1
462.2
1,234.9
581.5
218.3
363.2
20.1
141.7

2,320.2
618.5
1,701.7
458.0
1,243.7
604.0
222.5
381.5
19.7
142.8

2,325.7
615.5
1,710.2
455.0
1,255.1
591.6
218.6
373.1
25.3
143.6

2,324.5
609.2
1,715.3
452.4
1,262.9
580.4
212.1
368.3
31.6
142.9

2,320.5
603.7
1,716.8
450.5
1,266.3
592.3
215.2
377.1
35.7
141.9

2,339.8
611.9
1,727.9
449.7
1,278.3
564.3
206.6
357.7
37.6
146.3

2,956.6

2,964.4

2,984.6

3,000.9

3,012.9

3,037.8

3,058.6

3,086.7

3,086.1

3,079.3

3,090.5

3,087.9

203.4

213.4

214.3

210.5

213.1

213.7

213.6

214.6

206.4

208.9

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

16 Total assets7

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual {assets less liabilities)

9

210.0

205.4

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
2,620.4
Bank credit
Securities in bank credit
592.6
U.S. government securities
408.5
Other securities
184.0
Loans and leases in bank credit 2 . . . . 2,027.9
Commercial and industrial
634.3
Real estate
775.2
Revolving home equity
51.4
Other
721.8
Consumer
384.3
Security1
40.4
Other
193.8
Interbank loans4 . .
185.7
Cash assets5
237.4
Other assets6
194.8

2,637.5
605.0
421.3
183.6
2,032.5
636.0
782.0
51.9
730 1
381.0
42.5
191.0
187.8
220.5
194.7

2,650.4
608.3
426.3
182.0
2,042. 1
641.5
789.8
52.4
737.4
378.9
41.0
190.8
194.9
218.0
193.9

2,665.2
610.2
429.2
181.0
2,055.0
644.8
798.4
53.3
745.2
378.1
41.7
191.9
194.0
222.8
189.5

2,672.7
611.7
432.2
179.4
2,061.0
642.2
809.2
54.4
754.9
379.8
38.1
191.6
185.4
220.2
191.8

2,691.3
618.0
439.1
178.9
2,073.2
642.4
817.8
55.3
762.5
379.2
40.9
192.9
193.7
223.2
192.9

2,700. 1
620.2
442.4
177.8
2,080.0
639.6
827.7
56.5
771.2
377.6
43.1
192.0
200.6
222.9
195.6

2,725.7
626.9
446.8
180.0
2,098.8
638.6
833.5
57.9
775.5
380=9
50.5
195.3
209,6
219.2
196.4

2,735.7
631.4
451.7
179.7
2,104.2
636.6
839.0
59.1
779.9
384.0
47.4
197.1
206.7
220.6
200.9

2,746.7
634.1
455.0
179.1
2,1 12.6
636.6
846. 1
61.1
785.0
385. 2
46.9
197.8
197.6
216.4
204.7

2,752.9
636.0
457.4
178.6
2,116.9
639.2
852.1
62.0
790.1
384.5
44.7
196.5
202.9
221.0
207.6

2,762.9
633.2
454,6
178.6
2.129.7
641.8
857.3
62.6
794.8
388.0
45.6
197.0
201.5
224.6
210.3

3,172.9

3,174.6

3,191.4

3,206.7

3,204.8

3,236.4

3,256.2

3,287.9

3,300.8

3,301.3

3,319.6

3,334.2

Liabilities
2,260.3
Deposits
Transaction
627.3
Nontransaction
1,633.1
470.2
Large time
Other
1,162.9
Borrowings
. .
552.4
From banks in the United States . . . .
194.6
From nonbanks in the United States ,
357.8
Net due to related foreign offices
12.6
Other liabilities**
145.6

2,250.4
607.4
1,643.0
470.1
1,173.0
553.7
194.4
359.3
18.5
143.8

2,255.1
602.1
1,653.0
469.4
1,183.6
561.3
200.7
360.7
20.7
142.3

2,277.9
621.5
1,656.4
464.1
1,192.3
567.3
201.4
365.9
16.9
136.4

2,271.3
603.0
1,668.3
463.6
1,204.7
554.9
193.7
361.3
30.5
138.1

2,293.9
610.7
1,683.2
461.1
1,222.0
573.2
203.9
369.3
19.6
139.3

2,312.9
614.2
1,698.8
461.8
1,237.0
575.7
211.0
364.8
18.7
139.4

2,3133
601 A
1,706.2
460.2
1 ,246,0
606.1
223.7
382,4
19,7
142,4

2,323.2
612.7
1,710.5
455.4
1,255.0
599.5
219.2
380.3
24.3
143.7

2,322.6
606.7
1,715.9
451.5
1,264.4
593.4
211.9
381.5
32.9
143.6

2,329.8
611.0
1,718.8
449.8
1,269.0
603.3
222.4
380.9
37.2
145.6

2,363.6
638.2
1,725.5
447.4
1,278.0
573.1
216.1
357.1
38.0
150.5

2,971.0

2,966.4

2,979.4

2,998.4

2,994.8

3,026.1

3,046.7

3,081.5

3,090.7

3,092.6

3,115.9

3,125.2

202.0

208.1

212.0

208.2

210.0

209.5

206.4

210.1

208.7

203.7

209.0

44 Total assets'
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)**

26



210.4

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1991
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
Bank credit
Securities in bank credit
U.S. government securities
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
Revolving home equity
Other
....
Consumer
3
Security
Other
Interbank loans4
Cash assets56 . . . .
Other assets

2,757.4
641.6
462.7
178.9
2,115.9
638.7
858.7
62.9
795.9
378.4
48.8
191.2
185.2
204.9
209.7

2,772.5
645.7
467.4
178.3
2,126.8
638.3
863.7
63.8
799.9
378.6
52.6
193.5
183.4
208.3
212.7

2,778.8
653.8
475.4
178.4
2,125.0
636.9
867.7
64.5
803.2
378.2
47.9
194.3
178.6
213.4
212.2

2,781.1 2,784.3
658.8
664.8
487.4
481.3
MIA
177.5
2,122.4 2,119.6
633.5
629.5
873.4
871.0
65.4
66.0
805.6
807.4
377.4
376.5
48.2
49.2
192.4
191.0
176.2
171.0
214.2
211.5
211.7
208.4

2,797.1
675.3
497.0
178.3
2,121.8
626.9
877.7
66.8
810.9
375.8
49.9
191.6
169.9
210.9
208.9

2,797.1
684.1
507.8
176.3
2,113.0
624.8
876.4
67.1
809.3
374.0
48.0
189.7
166.9
206.7
207.4

2,799.3
692.0
516.1
175.8
2,107.4
620.2
876.5
67.6
808.9
373.3
47.6
189.8
170.4
210.9
207.3

2,810.3
702.8
525.2
177.6
2,107.5
622.5
876.6
68.3
808.3
370.9
48.6
188.9
173.7
210.1
206.7

2,827.5
720.3
541.6
178.8
2,107.2
624.0
876.9
68.5
808.4
367.9
50.0
188.3
170.5
209.2
210.7

2,842.3 2,855.0
745.3
733.0
554.1
565.2
180.0
179.0
2,109.3 2,109.8
619.0
621.0
878.4
878.8
69.8
69.1
809.1
809.3
366.7
367.2
52.9
54.0
191.2
189.9
166.8
169.9
212.5
214.8
209.0
212.0

3,291.2

3,311.7

3,318.0

3,317.7

3,310.2

3,321,8

3,313.0

3,322.8

3,335.9

3,354.1

3,375.7

3,380.0

Liabilities
2,356.2
Deposits
....
Transaction
603.7
1,752.5
Nontransaction . .
466.4
Large time
Other
1,286.1
525.0
Borrowings
..
From banks in the United States . . . .
186.0
339.0
From nonbanks in the United States .
32.3
Net due to related foreign offices
150.3
Other liabilities8
....

2,380.0
607.6
1,772.5
470.8
1,301.7
514.0
183.6
330.4
28.3
150.9

2,398.8
616.1
1,782.7
471.1
1,311.6
509.4
178.3
331.1
31.5
150.1

2,412.5
622.8
1,789.7
470.4
1,319.3
502.5
177.9
324.6
30.3
148.6

2,420.2
625.1
1,795 1
469.1
1,326.0
493.3
173.7
319.7
26.0
145.6

2,431.9
628.4
1 ,803 5
467.2
1,336.3
485.3
170.4
314.9
25.5
145.0

2,436.9
629.3
1 807 6
462.9
1,344.8
479.4
167.6
311.8
22.7
140.5

2,451.4
635.1
1 816 3
462.4
1,353.9
475.0
169.1
305.9
19.8
138.5

2,457.8
635.8
1 822 0
462.2
1,359.8
477.6
171.6
306.1
22.6
139.2

2,457.9
638.6
1,819 3
456.1
1,363.1
487.3
171.8
315.5
30.4
141.7

2,471.7
650.1
1,821 6
452.3
1,369.4
497.4
169.6
327.7
36.1
141.1

2,471.1
652.1
1,819.0
447.1
1,371.9
489.7
167.6
322.1
40.7
142.9

3,073.3 3,089.7

3,093.9

3,085.1 3,087.7

3,079,5

3,084.8

3,097.3

3,117.3 3,146.2

3,144.4

233.5

238.0

238.7

236.7

229.5

235.6

. ..
....

...
. ..

1 6 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

3,063.8

27 Total liabilities

227.4

28 Residual (assets less liabilities)"

238.4

228.3

223.8

225.1

234.1

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
Bank credit . .
....
Securities in bank credit
U.S. government securities
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 2
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
Revolving home equity
Other
Consumer
Security3
Other . . . .
Interbank loans4
Cash assets56
Other assets

2,754.1
638.8
459.6
179.2
2,115.3
635.2
857.5
62.9
794.7
382.6
49.2
190.7
189.0
211.8
210.6

2,768.8
645.6
466.7
178.9
2,123.2
636.8
860.8
63.6
797.2
379.3
55.1
191.2
185.4
204.5
212.0

2,777.0
657.0
478.3
178.7
2,120.0
639.7
864.2
64.0
800.2
375.6
49.0
191.6
179.2
206.7
210.7

2,781.4
661.0
483.7
177.4
2,120.3
637.6
868.4
64.8
803.6
374.7
49.7
189.9
176.8
211.1
208.4

2,779.8 2,793.8
664.7
673.7
487.7
496.0
177.7
176.9
2,115.2 2,120.1
628.7
632.3
872.9
877.4
65.7
66.6
810.8
807.1
373.9
375.1
48.4
46.4
191.7
188.5
165.3
165.9
208.4
207.8
207.3
206.6

2,787.3
679.9
504.5
175.4
2,107.4
623.7
876.5
67.0
809.5
371.5
46.0
189.8
162.9
204.4
206.5

2,795.0
690.7
515.5
175.3
2,104.3
617.8
876.6
67.7
808.8
372.6
46.9
190.4
168.0
204.9
206.6

2,810.9
703.4
526.2
177.2
2,107.5
619.3
877.1
68.6
808.4
372.0
48.1
191.1
171.2
211.5
207.1

2,830.8
721.1
542.1
179.0
2,109.7
621.9
879.3
69.2
810.1
368.0
50.4
190.1
169.5
209.2
212.7

2,849.9
735.6
556.1
179.5
2,114.3
620.6
881.4
69.5
811.9
367.3
53.3
191.7
173.1
221.7
214.9

2,866.7
743.3
563.2
180.0
2,123.5
620,0
882.0
69.9
812.1
370.8
55.7
195.0
174.6
224.6
213.5

3,299.6

3,305.1

3,308.2

3,312.5

3,295.3 3,310.2

3,297.0

3,309.9

3,335.8

3,358.3 3,395.6

3,415.4

Liabilities
2,360.8 2,374.5 2,392.7
Deposits
602.2
Transaction
606.7
614.6
Nontransaction
. . . 1 ,746. 1 1,772.4 1,786.0
462.8
471.8
Large time
472.9
1,283.3 1,300.6 1,313.1
Other
528.4
523.9
506.6
Borrowings
..
185.9
189.7
From banks in the United States . . .
179.6
338.0
327.0
338.8
From nonbanks in the United States
34.2
28.4
Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
31.3
152.6
151.5
Other liabilities8
149.8

2,416.4
628.0
1,788.4
470.8
1,317.6
497.1
177.1
319.9
27.2
144.8

2,411.7
615.9
1,795.8
473.1
1,322.8
483.8
165.7
318.1
27.7
143.3

2,428.3
623.1
1,805.2
469.1
1,336.1
486.2
166.4
319.8
21.5
142.4

2,433.5
623.9
1,809.6
463.0
1,346.5
475.0
163.6
311.4
19.6
138.2

2,443.5
623.1
1,820.3
464.5
1,355.8
475.6
168.8
306.8
19.7
138.1

2,454.2
633.0
1,821.2
461.5
1,359.6
486.9
172.1
314.8
21.9
139.3

2,452.4
635.5
1,816.9
452.6
1,364.3
494.7
170.3
324.4
34.3
142.7

2,478.7
658.6
1,820.2
449.6
1,370.5
497.2
173.8
323.3
38.3
144.7

2,492.7
679.2
1,813.6
443.8
1,369.7
494.4
174.8
319.5
43.5
146.3

3,078.3 3,080.4

3,085.5

3,066.4

3,078.4

3,066.2

3,076.8

3,102.3 3,124.1

3,158.9

3,176.9

227.0

228.9

231.8

230.8

233.0

234.3

236.7

238.5

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)




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

. ..

3,076.0
9

223.6

226.9

227.8

233.5

27

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1992
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

—r r
| Sept. j Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasona 1 1 y adj u sted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
H
14
IS

Ax.wtx
2,868.8
Bank ercdit
753.1
Securities in bank credit
573.3
U.S. government securities
179.8
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 1 . . . . 2,115.7
615.7
Commercial and industrial . . . . . .
883.1
Real estate
........
70.6
Revolving home euuity
812.5
Other
365.8
Consumer
58.6
Security1
192.5
Other
181.2
Interbank loans4
210.4
Cash assets36
206.8
Other assets

2,877.5
759.4
579. H
179.6
2,118.1
612.4
887.1
70.7
816.4
365.2
59.2
194.1
181.5
214.8
205.4

2,881.9
762.7
584.8
177.8
2,119.2
609.2
889.4
70,9
818.5
364.5
62.1
194.0
177.8
220. !
204.5

2,892.5 2,895.1 2,904.8 2,906.0 2,918,2
772.9
782.6
792.3
803.7
817 J
594.2
604.8
637.4
615.3
625.0
178.7
177.8
177.0
178.7
179.7
2,119.5 2,112.5 2,112.5 2,102.3 2,101.1
606.4
604.6
602.2
600.2
597.8
892.2
892.5
890.4
890.2
892.6
71.2
71.5
71.7
72.3
72.5
820.9
821.0
820.1
818.6
817.9
363.1
361.2
361.6
361.2
360.1
65.9
62.9
66.6
61.9
61.5
191.9
191.2
191.7
188.9
189.3
179.0
174.6
171.4
163.7
162.6
211.9
205.8
210.9
209.7
208.4
206.2
207.8
210.4
211.6
213.8

2,932.6 2,939.5
822.7
830.5
643.4
650.9
179.2
179.5
2,109.9 2,109.0
599.0
596.8
895.6
897.9
72.8
73.3
822.8
824.6
360.2
358.7
63.6
64.5
191.5 191.1
161.1
160.1
211.0
209.3
218.7
213.6

2.947.1
837.0
658.6
178.4
2,110.1
596.4
899.3
73.5
825.8
358.8
62.9
192.7
165.6
210.8
214.5

2,949.6
841.4
664.9
176.5
2,108.2
594.6
898.5
73.7
824.9
358.8
63.3
193.1
161.6
211.8
213.0

3,403.7

3,415.6

3,420.6

3,426.2

3,419.7

3,433.9

3,427.4

3,439.6

3,460.6

3,460.0

3,475.8

3,474.4

LUthUiticx
2,473.7
Deposits
662.3
Transaction
1,811.4
Nontransaction
438.1
Large time
1,373.3
Other
505.6
Borrowings
182.0
From banks in the United States
323.7
From nonbunks in the United States .
42.3
Net due to related foreign offices
137.6
Other liabilities*

2,478.6
674.9
1,803.7
429.6
1,374.2
510.2
181.7
328.5
48.4
133.7

2,492.3
692.7
1 ,799.7
422.9
1,376.8
506.9
176.5
330.4
47.0
131.0

2,491.2
690.8
1,800.4
415.6
1,384.8
505.4
181.4
324.1
50.1
132.1

2,483.0
690.6
1,792.4
410.4
1,382.0
502.0
176.4
325.6
56.0
133.2

2,485.1 2,477.6
701.3
699.3
1,783.8 1,778.3
406.4
405.2
1,377.4 1,373.1
498.0
482.7
170.3
162.3
327.8
320.4
63.3
66.1
134.3
139.1

2,485.5
710.3
1,775.2
402.7
1,372.5
490.7
160.4
330.3
60.4
143.0

2,493.6
721.8
1,771.8
398.1
1,373.6
491.2
358.1
333 J
62.7
5.4H.7

2,501.1 2,502.1
740.2
729.6
1,771.5 1,761.9
387.0
392.9
1,378.6 1 ,374.9
493.7
487.9
164.0
i59.6
329.7
328.2
65.6
60.0
147.9
147.6

2,500.0
745,7
1,754.3
380.3
1,374.0
491.3
161.7
329.6
68.4
145.2

3,159.2

3,170.9

3,177.3 3,178.8 3,174.2

3,180.8

3,165.5

3,179.6

3,196.2

3,196.6

244.5

244.6

253.2

261.9

260.0

264.4

263.3

266.6

269.4

16 Total assets1
17
18
19
?()
21
22
23
24
25
26

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual {assets less liabilities)

4

243.3

247.4

245.6

3,209.3 3,205.0

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
16
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
2,866.9
Bank credit
749.6
Securities in bank credit
569.3
U.S. government securities
180.3
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 2,117.3
612.8
Commercial and industrial
882.6
Real estate
.
. .
70.6
Revolving home equity
Other
812.0
370.0
Consumer
59.7
Security1
192.1
Other
185.9
Interbank loans4
. . .
217.0
Cash assets3
. ....
207.6
Other assets'*

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
S4

,

3,413.9

2,883.0 2,894.5
776.6
767.4
597.7
589.0
178.8
178.4
2,! 15. 6 2,118.0
610.6
612.5
886.2
889.5
70.4
70.7
818.8
815.8
360.7
362.1
67.8
63.5
191.4
189.3
179.9
177.8
209.1
214.0
203.0
202.3

2,889. 1
782.3
604.7
177.6
2,106.8
607.3
891.9
71.3
820.6
360.0
59.3
188.3
169.1
202.9
206.3

2,901.1
790.7
614.4
176.3
2,110.5
604.0
890.3
71.7
818.6
359.8
64.3
192.1
168.2
208.5
208.8

2,895.0
798.8
621.1
177.7
2,096.2
599.3
890.1
72.2
817.9
359.1
58.6
189.0
159.8
206.9
210.9

2,914.4
816.7
637.7
179.0
2,097.7
595.6
892.7
72.6
820.0
359.7
60.0
189.8
159.9
202.2
214.0

2,935.7 2,944.2
824.4
832.1
645.6
652.0
178.8
180,0
: U l l . 3 2,112.2
596. t
595.0
8%. 7
900.7
73.1
74.1
823.6
826.7
361.3
358.9
63.0
64.7
194.1
192.8
159.2
159.4
212.6
209.9
119.2
216.0

2,957.9
840.4
661.3
179.0
2,117.5
596.7
903.4
74.0
829.4
359.2
64.0
194.3
168.4
217.5
217.6

2,966.0
840.2
663.4
176.7
2.125.9
596.0
903.5
73.8
829.7
363,0
66. 1
197.3
170.1
224.6
217.8

3,411.3 3,413.1

3,423.5

3,404.1

3,423.4

3,409.7

3,427.4

3,463.7

3,467.0

3,498.7

3,516.2

2,875.9
759.3
578.8
180.6
2,116.6
611.3
884.8
70.5
814.3
366.3
62.3
191.9
183.8
211.1
204.4

Liabilities
2,479.1
Deposits
673.3
Transaction
1,805.7
Nontransaction
Large time
434.9
1,370.9
Other
509.7
Borrowings
185.6
From banks in the United States . . . .
324.2
From no n banks in the United States .
46.9
Net due to related foreign offices
139.8
Other liabilities*

2,474. 1
669. 1
1,805.0
430.6
1,374.3
514.5
183.2
331.3
46.7
134.5

2,487.4
683.3
1,804.1
425.0
1,379.0
505.7
176.9
328.8
46.6
130.8

2,497.9
698.1
1,799.8
416.0
1,383.8
503.9
179.9
324.0
48.9
128.9

2,475.5
680.9
1,794.6
415.1
1,379.5
490.7
169.1
321.7
58.4
131.4

2,482.8 2,472.2
696.2
692.3
1,786.6 1,779.9
409.0
405.2
1,377.7 1,374.8
498.5
481.9
167.9
159.0
330.6
322.9
58.3
62.7
131.8
136.9

2,475.3
696.6
1,778.8
404.1
1,374.6
49 L 2
158.9
332.3
58.8
142.5

2,491.3 2,496.6
719.4
726.9
1,771.9 1.769.8
W7.7
389.6
1,374.2 1,380.2
500.5
492.4
157.8
157.5
342.7
335,0
60.8
63.5
148.7
148.9

2,514.1
751.9
1,762.2
385.2
1,377.0
499. 1
168.2
330.8
66.3
151.9

2,529.2
778.0
1 ,75 1 . 1
378.3
1,372.8
497.7
170.2
327.5
72.1
148.3

3,175.5

3,169.8

3,170.4

3,179.6

3,156.0

3,171.4

3,153.7

3,167.8

3,201.3 3,201.5

3,231.4

3,247.2

238.4

241.5

242.7

243.9

248.0

251.9

256.1

259,6

267.3

269.0

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)*'

28



262.3

265.5

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1993
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
Bunk credit
2,961.4
846.4
Securities in bank credit
670.7
U.S. government securities
175.6
Other securities
3
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 2,115.1
596.5
Commercial and industrial
900.3
Real estate
73.8
Revolving home equity
Other
826.5
Consumer
361.7
Security3
63.8
Other . . .
192.8
4
156.8
Interbank loans
Cash assets5 .
.....
210.1
Other assets6
216.5

1 6 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2,971.6
858.9
681.5
177.4
2,112.7
595.2
900.0
74.0
826.1
363.5
62.9
191.1
152.6
211.0
218.8

2,983.8
868.7
689.1
179.6
2,115.1
592.6
901.9
74.7
827.1
364.9
65.4
190.3
154.6
206.7
220.9

2,991.6
876.3
695.4
181.0
2,115.3
587.1
903.5
75.1
828.4
366.6
65.0
193.1
149.1
210.3
221.5

3,014.7
881.4
699.3
182.1
2,133.3
590.6
908.4
75.2
833.2
369.1
69.9
195.3
155.3
214.6
219.1

3,038.1
890.0
708.3
181.7
2,148.1
592.2
913.5
75.0
838.4
371.2
74.0
197.3
161.0
214.8
219.5

3,057.6
895.1
713.2
182.0
2,162.4
589.9
916.9
74.8
842.1
374.8
82.9
197.9
160.6
216.8
220.4

3,062.8
901.3
716.6
184.7
2,161.5
588.4
919.8
74.6
845.2
377.7
80.1
195.5
156.1
220.9
218.3

3,071.7
904.8
719.6
185.1
2,167.0
586.5
921.9
74.4
847.5
380.2
83.2
195.2
153.1
225.2
222.8

3,077.0
902.8
720. 1
182.7
2,174.2
586.2
926.6
73.8
852.8
384.3
81.3
195.7
152.0
218.9
220.2

3,095.0
908.5
725.1
183.4
2,186.6
585.2
931.7
73.5
858.2
388.1
87.5
194.1
153.3
218.6
219.1

3,106.1
915.6
730.3
185.3
2,190.6
584.5
938.3
73.4
864.9
390.8
85,8
191,1
152,6
218.3
214.0

3,483.3

3,492.7

3,504.7

3,511.6

3,542.9

3,572.7

3,595.3

3,598.2

3,613.3

3,608.9

3,627.3

3,632.7

Liabilities
Deposits
2,495.0
Transaction
745.3
Nontransaction
. . . 1,749.7
375.0
Large time
Other . . .
1,374.7
487.4
Borrowings
157.5
From banks in the United States . . . .
From nonbanks in the United States .
330.0
Net due to related foreign offices
73.0
144.6
Other liabilities*

2,498.0
749.1
1,748.9
371.2
1,377.7
490.3
152.1
338.2
77.6
145.9

2,495.7
752.7
1,743.0
366.4
1,376.6
499.9
153.8
346.1
80.9
149.3

2,496.2
755.9
1,740.2
366.2
1,374.1
492.1
150.9
341.3
88.6
147.5

2,516.4
774.8
1,741.6
365.9
1,375.7
507.5
155.1
352.4
87.2
148.7

2,522.1
783.7
1,738.4
361.7
1,376.7
517.5
158.6
358.9
92.4
151.8

2,519.2
788.8
1,730.4
355.2
1,375.2
528.8
159.4
369.4
105.3
149.4

2,520.8
799.4
1,721.4
349.4
1,372.0
520.3
154.7
365.6
116.9
148.5

2,522.8
807.6
1,715.2
345.4
1,369.8
521.8
151.8
370.0
123.0
146.8

2,519.3
806.8
1,712.5
346.5
1,366.0
522.0
153.4
368.6
127.8
145.2

2,527.8
813.4
1,714.4
346.8
1,367.6
521.4
152.6
368.8
129,4
144.9

2,531.8
816.4
1,715.4
348.7
1,366.6
522.4
154.0
368>.4
126.4
144.0

3,200.1

3,211.9

3,225.8

3,224.4

3,259.7

3,283.8

3,302.7

3,306.6

3,314.3

3,314.3

3,323.5

3,324.6

283.2

280.8

278.8

287.2

283.2

288.9

292.6

291.6

299.0

294.6

303. 8

308.2

27 Total liabilities
1

28 Residual (assets less liabilities) *

. ..

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
Bank credit .
2,957.1
841.1
Securities in bank credit
665.3
U.S. government securities
175.8
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 2,116.0
593.4
Commercial and industrial
898.9
Real estate
73.7
Revolving home equity
825.2
Other
365.5
Consumer
. ..
65.6
Security 3
192.6
Other . . .
161.6
Interbank loans4
Cash assets5
215.6
Other assets6
216.6

2,966.8
856.8
678.6
178.2
2,110.0
593.8
896.8
73.6
823.2
364.4
66.0
189.0
154.4
207.3
217.0

2,983.6
874.0
693.9
180.1
2,109.6
595.5
897.9
74.1
823.8
362.2
66.6
187.5
153.9
200.8
217.5

2,991.5
880.2
699.2
181.0
2,111.3
591.0
900. 1
74.6
825.5
364.1
66.0
190.1
149.3
206.9
217.8

3,006.8
880.9
698.9
182.1
2,125.9
593.1
907.2
75.0
832.2
367.9
65.9
191.8
149.8
211.7
218.1

3,034.4
888.9
708.1
180.8
2,145.4
593.8
913.4
75.0
838.4
369.3
71.3
197.8
158.0
212.4
218.1

3,045.0
889.9
708.9
181.0
2,155.1
589.2
916.7
74.8
841.9
372.8
78.2
198.2
156.7
214.0
219.9

3,058.4
901.5
717.5
184.0
2,156.8
585.9
919.7
74.7
845.0
377.3
77.9
196.1
152.9
213.7
219.4

3,074.8
906.8
722.3
184.6
2,168.0
583.4
923.3
74.7
848.6
381.2
82.2
197.9
150.9
226.8
223.4

3,080.3
903.3
720.0
183.3
2,176.9
584.4
929.4
74.5
854.9
384.5
81.4
197.3
151.1
219.3
222.5

3,105.9
910.7
726.9
183.8
2,195.2
585.6
936.3
74.0
862.4
388.4
89. 3
195.6
156.0
226.0
222.1

3,126.0
914.3
729.3
185.0
2,211.7
585.7
944.3
73.5
870.9
395.4
90.8
195.5
161.6
232.2
219.0

44 Total assets7

3,489.7

3,484.0

3,494.3

3,504.9

3,525.7

3,562.2

3,576.0

3,584.6

3,616.2

3,614.2

3,650.9

3,680.0

Liabilities
45 Deposits
46
Transaction
47
Nontransaction
48
Large time
49
Other
50 Borrowings .
....
51
From banks in the United States . . .
52
From nonbanks in the United States
53 Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
54 Other liabilities 8

2,498.8
755.9
1,742.9
371.9
1,371.0
493.8
161.6
332.1
78.5
146.9

2,490.4
741.7
1,748.7
371.7
1,377.0
498.1
154.4
343.6
75.0
146.6

2,487.9
741.8
1,746.1
368.1
1,378.0
498.2
153.9
344.3
81.4
149.0

2,500.4
761.5
1,738.9
365.6
1,373.3
490.1
149.3
340.9
89.3
144.0

2,507.4
763.8
1,743.6
370.2
1,373.4
497.4
149.8
347.6
90.2
146.9

2,519.0
777.9
1,741 2
364.3
1,376.9
520.4
157.9
362.5
87.3
148.7

2,511.5
780.3
1,731.2
354.9
1,376.4
524.6
156.7
368.0
102.3
147.3

2,508.0
783.8
1,724.2
350.3
1,373.9
520.1
152.9
367.2
113.7
147.9

2,522.0
806.5
1 715 5
345.4
1,370.0
530.8
150.9
379.9
119.3
146.7

2,515.4
804.0
17114
344.2
1,367.2
526.6
151.2
375.3
128.5
146.7

2,543.4
827.8
1,715.6
345.7
1,369.9
529.4
156.2
373.1
129.6
149.1

2,566. 1
853.2
1,712.9
347.3
1,365.6
535.1
162.0
373.1
130.8
146.6

55 Total ^abilities

3,218.0

3,210.1

3,216.4

3,223.8

3,241.9

3,275.5

3,285.7

3,289.8

3,318.7

3,317.2

3,351.4

3,378.6

271.7

273.9

277.8

281.2

283.8

286.7

290.3

294.8

297.5

297.0

299.5

301.4

56 Residual (assets less liabilities) 9




29

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1994
Account

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar. | Apr. |

May June

July

Aug.

Sept. 1

Oct.

Nov.

| Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
3,152.9
Bank credit
948.5
Securities in bank credit
735.0
U.S government securities
213.5
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 2 . . . . 2,204.4
Commercial and industrial
591.3
943.0
Real estate
73.2
Revolving home equity
Other
869.8
394.5
Consumer
81.3
Security1
194 2
Other
153 3
Interbank loans4
219.1
Cash assets56
202.7
Other assets

3,156.2
943.9
735.8
208.2
2,212.3
592.6
942.7
73.3
869.4
398.1
83.0
195 9
153.9
223.9
213.4

3,177.3 3,204.0 3,210.1
954.3
968.7
966.7
746.2
756.8
751.6
208.0
211.9
215.0
2,223.0 2,235.3 2,243.5
597.3
603.2
608.0
944.1
948.5
951.2
73.3
73.3
73.5
870.8
875.2
877.7
402.4
408.2
412.2
84.3
79.0
78.1
195 0
1964
193 9
149.7
149.9
157.2
217.1
210.6
216.7
218.6
221.6
224.9

3,220.0
968.4
752.1
216.3
2,251.6
611.3
957.3
73.8
883.5
416.1
76.2
190.7
155.4
215.1
223.2

3,256.2
975.6
751.5
224. 1
2,280.5
618.8
965.6
74.0
891.6
423. 1
77.2
195.8
159.8
211.6
226.1

3,269.0
969.8
746. 1
223,6
2,299,2
623,5
973,2
74,4
898,9
429,3
75.0
198,2
160.7
205 .8
225.6

3,282.2
968.0
741.5
226.6
2,314.2
627.9
981.1
74.9
906.2
434.5
69.7
201.0
161.9
202.7
222.7

3,292.3 3,297.7
951,5
961.6
724.3
731.9
227.2
229,7
2,330.7 2,346.2
639.5
633.9
991.5
986.0
75.7
75.1
910.9
915.8
445.7
441.6
69.7
70.4
199.8
198. 8
172.4
165.6
209.0
206.0
221.0
220. 1

3,670.2

3,690.0

3,705.5

3,751.8

3,756.7

3,796.5

3,804.1

3,812.7

3,830,3 3,840.8 3,871.2

Liabilities
2,534.5
Deposits
814.3
Transaction
1,720.2
Nontransaction
349.2
Large time
1,371.1
Other
542.6
Borrowings
155.1
From banks in the United States . . . .
387.5
From nonbanks in the United States .
123.9
Net due to related foreign offices
162.2
Other liabilities 8

2,527.5
816.7
1,710.9
341.5
1,369.3
538.2
154.4
383.9
147.4
171.2

2,515.7 2,507.2 2,515.8
813.5
803.2
811.9
1,702.2 1,704.1 1,703.9
334.2
336.8
337.2
1,368.0 1,367.2 1,366.7
550.6
570.5
571.0
150.8
152.3
157.1
399.9
418.2
413.9
164.5
174.2
178.2
170.3
174.3
178.3

2,507.9
811.1
1,696.8
333.7
1,363.1
569.8
154.4
415.4
186.6
176.1

2,514.7
811.2
1,703.5
338.7
1,364.8
577.9
160.0
417.9
197.3
182.5

2,517.4
809.1
1,708.3
342.0
1,366.3
577.4
158.6
418.8
206.6
179.6

2,517.5
803.1
1,714.5
347.0
1,367.5
580.7
160.7
420.0
211.4
178.6

2,526.8
804.6
1,722.2
354.5
1,367.6
584.9
165.4
419.4
214.6
179.2

2,522.7
797.5
1,725.2
358.8
1,366.4
591.6
169.3
422.3
213.5
176.6

2,528.8
797.3
1,731.5
362.0
1,369,4
607.7
176.8
430.9
225.6
180.2

3,363.2

3,384.4

3,401.1 3,426.1 3,443.3 3,440.5

3,472.4

3,481.0

3,488.2

3,505.4

3,504.4

3,542.3

307.0

305.6

324.0

323.1

324.4

324.9

336.4

329.0

3,281.0 3,292.5
966.3
960.4
743.9
731.3
222.4
229.1
2,314.8 2,332.1
624.4
631.7
982.4
988.7
75.2
75.8
907.2
912.9
435.4
441.7
68.4
70. 1
204.1
200.0
159.0
163.8
204.2
209.5
223.2
222.0

3,306.2
953.0
725.3
227.6
2,353.2
639.5
996.3
76.1
920.2
445.9
71.3
200.2
173.9
212.5
223.8

3,332.0
942.4
719.1
223.3
2,389.6
645.0
1,006.2
76.3
929.9
457.1
75.5
205.8
185.7
222.9
233.2

3,810,4

3,859,8 3,917.2

16 Total assets?
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities) 1 ^

304.4

3,728.8

302.7

308.5

316.3

3,316.0
947.1
720.3
226.8
2,368.9
644.3
999.8
76.2
923.6
452.1
70.9
201.8
175.0
209.0
227.4

Not seasonally adjusted
2,9
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
3,149.3
Bank credit
942.8
Securities in bank credit
729.0
U.S. government securities
213 8
Other securities
2
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 2,206.5
588.3
Commercial and industrial
941.5
Real estate
73.2
Revolving home equity
Other
868.3
398.6
Consumer
83.8
Security 1
Other
194.3
Interbank loans4
158.5
224.5
Cash assets5*6
Other assets .
202.7

3,153.1
942.6
731.8
210.8
2,210.6
591.4
939.2
73.0
866.2
399.2
87.2
193.6
155,5
220.0
211.5

3,178.2 3,204.7 3,201.8
961.2
974.3
966.9
751.5
761.2
750.9
209.7
213.1
216.0
2,217.0 2,230.4 2,234.9
600.2
607.1
610.7
939.7
944.8
949.8
72.6
72.8
73.4
867.1
872.0
876.4
399.5
405.4
410.9
85. B
79.9
73.2
191.8
193.3
190.3
148.4
150.1
152.4
211.0
207.1
214.5
214.7
217.9
224.1

3,217.6
969.1
752.2
216.9
2,248.5
612.9
957.1
73.8
883.3
413.8
73.3
191.3
153.7
213.4
221.7

3,244.1
970.8
747.3
223.5
2,273.3
618.1
965.1
74.0
891.1
421.0
72.7
196.4
156.7
208.5
225.5

3,677.6

3,682.5

3,694.8

3,749.4

3,778.3 3,787.9

Liabilities
Deposits
2,538.6
824.9
Transaction
1,713.7
Nontransaction
346.2
Large time
1,367.5
Other
542.6
Borrowings
158.9
From banks in the United States . . . .
383.7
From nonbanks in the United States .
129.4
Net due to related foreign offices
Other liabilities 5 *
164.8

2,518.4
808.0
1,710.5
341.9
1,368.6
542.7
155.9
386.8
144.8
171.6

2,506.1 2,511.0 2,506.4 2 506 1 2 505 8 2 503 2 2 514 3 2 52^ 3
801.5
808.4
800.6
792.8
802.0
800.3
801.9
807.0
1,704.6 1,702.6 1,705.8 1,699.1 1,703.9 1,710.5 IJ14.0 1,720.4
335.5
335.9
34LO
335.8
346.9
352.4
338.3
342.7
1,369.1 1,366.7 1,364.8 1 363 3 1 365 6 1 367 8 1 367 1 1 168 0
544.0
557.9
562.4
576.1
590.6
592.8
584.6
581.0
148.8
150.2
152.5
156.8
153.8
158.7
163.5
156.6
422 1
395.2
407.7
409.9
424.3
431.8
429.3
428.0
167.2
175.5
182.0
181.3
205.9
214.4
202.0
194.3
180.2
169.9
170.3
176.3
172.1
178.8
178.3
181. 1

2 537 8
811.6
1,726.1
358.0
1 368 2
605.0
173.6
431.4
213.2
181.7

2 561 6
833.0
1,728.5
360.6
1 368 0
620.3
185.7
434,6
230.3
183.3

3,375.4

3,377.6

3,387.2

3,414.6

3,427.0

3,435.7

3,461.4

3,537.7

3,595.4

302.2

304.9

307.6

308.2

308.6

313.8

316.9

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
SO
51
52
53
54

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)"

30



3,722.7

3,735.6

3,262.5
968.3
747.3
220.9
2,294.2
620.5
972.8
74.5
898.3
428.9
72.6
199.4
156.8
198.3
227.2

3,468.5
319.3

3,831.2

3,489.1

3,510.5

321.3

320.7

322.1

321.8

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1988
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
2,131.1 2,138.4 2,150.0
Bank credit
513.4
513.3
513.6
Securities in bank credit
U.S. government securities
332.0
331.7
331.0
181.7
182.6
Other securities
181.3
2
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 1,617.8 1,625.0 1,636.3
483.4
485.0
Commercial and industrial
482.8
584.8
589.8
594.7
Real estate
31.4
32.2
32.9
Revolving home equity
553.4
557.6
561.8
Other
335.6
339.3
Consumer
332.9
38.5
Security3
37.0
36.9
180.2
179.3
178.9
Other
4
132.7
134.7
Interbank loans
134.3
202.3
201.0
Cash assets56
200.1
132.3
131.8
Other assets
131.6

16 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2,168.1
516.8
332.9
183.9
1,651.3
488.6
600.6
33.6
567.0
342.7
39.1
180.3
139.1
204.0
136.2

2,185.1
518.8
334.3
184.5
1,666.3
491.1
607.3
34.4
572.9
344.9
41.5
181.6
136.8
206.7
137.1

2,199.3
522.5
337.9
184.6
1,676.8
493.9
613.9
35.2
578.8
347.5
39.3
182.1
140.1
208.6
137.6

2,213.1
526.5
341.8
184.7
1,686.6
496.5
620.5
36.0
584.5
350.1
37.7
181.9
138.4
207.3
139.8

2,222.2
527.4
342.8
184.5
1,694.9
496.3
628.6
36.7
591.9
351.8
37.2
180.9
133.2
203.6
143.6

2,226.4
526.6
344.1
182.4
1,699.9
496.6
635.3
37.6
597.6
353.4
35.3
179.3
134.3
203.8
141.5

2,235.2
527.4
344.5
182.9
1,707.8
497.2
640.9
38.3
602.6
354.9
36.3
178.4
134.1
205.2
140.1

2,251.1
531.4
348.6
182.9
1,719.6
499.6
647,3
39.3
608.1
356.2
37.5
179.0
133.1
201.9
139.2

2,265.7
537.2
355.8
181.5
1,728.5
501.7
653.6
40.1
613.5
357.8
36.9
178.5
130.2
201.5
141.3

2,534.3

2,546.1

2,555,7

2,584.6

2,603.0

2,622.8

2,635.2

2,639.8

2,643.5

2,652.8

2,663.9

2,677.6

Liabilities
1,932.6
Deposits
586.4
Transaction
1,346,2
Nontransaction
353.9
Large time
992.4
Other
338.6
Borrowings
88.0
From banks in the United States . . . .
250.6
From nonbanks in the United States .
-15.0
Net due to related foreign offices
90.5
Other liabilities"

1,942.3
586.8
1,355.5
355.8
999.7
344.3
87.0
257.3
-21.1
90.3

1,952.4
588.2
1,364.2
357.9
1,006.3
354.1
87.4
266.6
-22.2
89.0

1 ,964.4
594.3
1,370.1
355.4
1,014.8
364.5
90.2
274.3
-17.8
93.2

1,981.7
604.1
1,377.6
356.9
1,020.7
365.5
88.8
276.8
-19.8
94.4

1,996.0
609.2
1,386.8
359.9
1,026.9
362.2
90.0
272.2
-16.9
95.2

2,002.6
606.8
1,395.9
364.4
1,031.4
367.1
91.7
275.4
-14.7
95.7

2,007.3
603.3
1,404.0
369.7
1,034.3
354.3
90.6
263.6
-7.9
98.4

2,015.0
598.5
1,416.5
376.4
1,040.1
358.6
87.3
271.3
-15.5
96.1

2,027.0
602.2
1,424.8
378.5
1,046.3
364.5
90.8
273.7
-22.0
95.7

2,035.8
601.5
1,434.2
379.9
1,054.3
363.9
93.1
270.8
= 17.5
96.3

2,043.6
599.6
1,443.9
384.0
1,059.9
368.6
90.9
277.7
-17.0
96,1

2,346.8

2,355.7

2,373.3 2,404.3

2,421.9

2,436.5

2,450.8

2,452.1

2,454.2

2,465.2

2,478.5

2,491.3

187.5

190.3

181.2

186.3

184.4

187.7

189.3

187.6

185.4

186.2

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities)9

182.4

180.3

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
2,127.9
Bank credit
511.0
Securities in bank credit
....
U.S. government securities
329.5
181.5
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 1,616.9
480.1
Commercial and industrial
584.2
Real estate
31.4
Revolving home equity
Other
552.8
336.8
Consumer
36.5
Security 3
179.3
Other
4
134.5
Interbank loans
210.4
Cash assets5
Other assets6
131.8

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

Liabilities
Deposits
Transaction
Nontransaction
Large time
Other
Borrowings
. ...
From banks in the United States . . .
From nonbanks in the United States
Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
Other liabilities 8

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities) 9




2,136.0
514.1
332.7
181.4
1,621.9
482.1
587.5
32.1
555.4
335.8
39.3
177.2
136.5
198.5
132.1

2,146.5 2,168.0
515.4
518.5
333.1
335.0
182.3
183.6
1,631.1 1,649.4
486.0
491.7
592.4
599.0
33.3
32.6
559.7
565.6
340.5
337.1
40.2
39.4
176.2
178.0
139.9
135.7
193.3
200.7
134.7
132.4

2,184.1
520.4
335.9
184.5
1,663.7
494.7
607.0
34.2
572.8
343.3
39.2
179.4
131.3
204.1
136.4

2,199.6
522.6
338.1
184.5
1,676.9
495.4
614.3
35.1
579.2
345.8
39.5
181.9
136.4
206.1
137.0

2,206.5
522.3
338.6
183.7
1,684.2
496.2
621.3
35.8
585.5
347.4
37.2
182.2
135.7
206.5
139.4

2,220.7
526.0
341.7
184.3
1,694.7
495.1
629.1
36.8
592.3
351.0
37.3
182.2
132.3
196.4
141.8

2,227.0
526.8
343.9
182.8
1,700.2
493.8
635.6
37.9
597.7
354.7
34.4
181.8
132.5
204.0
141.8

2,238.7
527.4
344.0
183.4
1,711.3
496.1
643.2
38.7
604.5
355.4
36.2
180.4
133.9
205.2
141.2

2,254.5
532.9
349.2
183.6
1,721.7
499.2
648.7
39.6
609.1
356.6
36.5
180.6
136.6
207.6
140.0

2,270.0
534.7
353.4
181.3
1,735.3
501.3
654.7
40.2
614.4
361.9
37.1
180.3
134.1
213.1
143.2

2,543.0

2,541.4

2,545.9

2,580.8

2,593.4

2,616.7

2,626.3

2,629.2

2,642.9

2,657.1

2,676.5

2,698,3

1,944.6
601.0
1,343.6
352.1
991.5
341.4
88.5
252.9
-16.2
92.1

1,938.5
582.5
1,356.0
357.3
998.7
350.8
89.8
261.0
-21.4
90.3

1,943.7
577.1
1,366.6
359.3
1,007.4
353.6
89.5
264.1
-24.0
89.5

1,965.6
598.4
1,367.2
353.9
1,013.3
363.2
92.1
271.1
-20.2
90.9

1,969.7
595.9
1,373.8
356.2
1,017.7
365.0
85.0
280.0
-17.6
92.6

1,989.5 2,001.3
605.1
604.8
1,384.4 1,396.5
358.0
363.1
1 ,026.4 1,033.4
364.3
364.4
87.7
89.3
276.7
275.1
-16.3
-12.7
93.4
94.0

1,999.1
591.5
1,407.6
371.2
1,036.4
357.1
90.6
266.5
= 6.1
97.9

2,011.2
594.6
1,416.6
377.3
1,039.3
366.2
87.7
278.5
-14.5
96.5

2,026.1
600.0
1,426.2
379.6
1,046.5
370.6
88.3
282.3
-20.4
96.2

2,043.4
606.5
1,436.9
381.0
1,055.9
369.1
94.6
274.5
-18.2
98.8

2,065.8
623.7
1,442.0
383.0
1,059.1
369.0
92.4
276.7
= 20.4
98.7

2,361.8

2,358.3

2,362.8

2,399.5

2,409.7

2,431.1 2,447.0

2,448.1

2,459.4

2,472.5

2,493.0

2,513.0

181.2

183.1

183.1

181.3

183.7

181.1

183.5

184.5

183.5

185.3

185.6

179.4

31

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial hanks, 1988-19941—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1989
Account

Jan.

1" Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Nov.

Dee.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Axxetx
2,274.8
Bank credit
535.3
Securities in bank credit
355 9
U S government securities
179.4
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit' . . . . 1,739.5
Commercial and industrial
503.9
660.9
Real estate . .
Revolving home equity
40.9
620.0
Other
358.7
Consumer
36.6
Security 1
179.4
Other
133.2
Interbank loans4
205.9
Cash assetss
Other assets6
137.6

2,289.4
534.3
355 5
178.7
1,755.1
507.8
667.7
41.8
625.9
359.7
39.0
180.8
138.7
205.4
139.2

2,299.9 2,308.8
536.1
536.2
358.7
358 0
177.4
178.1
1,763.8 1,772.7
507.7
509.7
674.1
682.1
42.7
43.6
638.5
631.3
364.2
361.5
38.3
40.6
179.9
178.4
133.5
129.2
199.4
202. B
140.7
142.6

2,323. 1
538.3
361.1
177.2
1,784.8
513.8
687.5
44.4
643.1
366.1
38.8
178.6
132.7
200.4
140.8

2,336.3
538.7
362.2
176.5
1,797.6
514.6
695.0
45,4
649.6
367.5
41.0
179.5
128.6
195.5
142.1

2,353.2
541.6
366.0
175.6
1,811.6
517.3
703.3
46.2
657. 1
370.2
39.2
181.6
133.6
200.7
140.7

2,361.2
542.3
368. 1
174,3
1,818.')
518.0
712.8
47,0
665.8
371.7
36.7
179.6
135.3
199.6
139.7

2,376.3 2,395.6 2,406.4
542.4
550.4
553.7
368,8
378.4
383.7
173.6
172.0
169.9
1,834.0 1,845.2 1,852.7
519.4
521.4
520.6
721.9
725.2
732.2
47.9
48.5
49.4
674.0
676.6
682.9
373.7
375.5
377.6
38,0
39.3
40.8
181.1 184.0
181.5
136.9
142.6
146.0
202.3
208.5
197.7
138.7
137.9
139.4

2,414.9
559.2
388.7
170.4
1,855.8
520.9
738.3
50,3
688,0
378.3
37.9
180.4
149.3
204 .2
140.0

2,692.7

2,713.5

2,717.7

2,721.2

2,737.9

2,742.9

2,768.7

2,776.8

2,795.1

2,843.5

Liabilities
2,054.7
Deposits
601.6
Transaction
1,453.1
Nontransaction
388.8
Large time
1,064.3
Other
377.1
Borrowings . .
From banks in the United States . . . .
90.0
287.1
From non banks in the United States .
= 19.2
Net due to related foreign offices
Other liabilities 8
91.2

2,062.0
602.8
1,459.2
389.3
1,069.9
383.2
93.1
290.2
17.7
95.6

2,070.3
599. 1
1,471.2
395.2
1 ,076.0
383.8
92.8
291.0
= 17.8
96.9

2,075.1
593.2
1,481.9
397.1
1,084.8
37H.4
85.6
292.8
21.6
99.3

2,078.0
590.0
1,488.0
399.9
1,088.1
394.7
89.6
305.2
-22.8
99.1

2,080.9
585.4
1,495.5
402.8
1,092.7
387.8
89.1
298.8
= 19.2
99.8

2,096.9
591 .9
1,505.0
403.5
1,101.5
387.0
88.2
298.9
-18.1
99.8

2,102.6 2,116.9 2,138.9 2,143.4 2,157.9
589.7
594.3
604.8
596.8
600.9
1,512,9 1,522.6 1,534.1 1,546.7 1,557.0
405.3
403.6
403.6
403.8
405.3
1,109,4 1,138.9 1,130.2 1,141.4 1,151.7
411.9
390.. 5
393.3
400.9
403.1
102.8
90.3
93.8
95.6
97.8
309.2
300,0
299.5
305,3
305,2
14.5
-16.4 -13.7
-15.8
-14.9
97.1
98.4
97.2
96.3
96.0

2,503.8

2,523.2

2,533.2

2,531.2

2,549.0

2,549.3

2,565.6

2,575.2

2,593.7

2,620.3

2,627.6

2,652.5

188.9

190.3

184.5

190.0

188.9

193.6

203.1

201. <>

201.4

199.0

197.1

191.0

16 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities)''

2,819.3

2,824.7

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
3?
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Axxctx
Bank credit .
,
Securities in bank credit
U.S. government securities
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 2
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
Revolving home equity
Other
Consumer
Security 1
Other
Interbank loans4
Cash assets^
Other assets6 .

2,273.0 2,288.0
533.3
535.2
353.5
356.6
179.8
178.6
1,739.7 1,752.9
501.3
506.9
660.5
665.5
40.9
41.7
619.6
623.7
363 1
360 I
36.2
41.6
178.6
178.9
135.0
141.1
216.0
201.6
137.9
139.0

2,297.5
538.4
360.6
177.8
1,759.1
509.2
671.6
42.4
629.2
359.3
41.7
177.3
134.5
195.5
141.1

2,310,1
538.7
361.5
177.2
1,771.3
513.3
680.5
43.2
637.3
361.8
39.5
176.2
130.4
196.4
141.1

2,322.7
539,9
362.9
177.1
1,782.8
517.6
687.4
44.2
643.2
364.6
36.8
176.5
127.5
197.8
140.!

2,336.9
539. 1
362.8
176.4
1,797.8
516.1
695.3
45.2
650. 1
365.8
4L1
179.5
125.5
193.1
141.4

2,346.8
537.9
363.2
174.7
1,809.0
516.8
704.1
46.0
658.0
367.5
38.6
182.1
130.7
199.5
140.3

2,359,4 2,377.2 2,399.8 2,411.1 2,420.3
556.9
541.3
542.8
551.0
555.9
3 86. 7
367.2
368.9
378.5
385.2
170.3
174.1
173.9
172.6
170.7
1,818.1 1,834.4 1,848.8 1,855.2 1,863.4
520.3
516.3
516.4
520.1
520.2
739.8
713.2
722.2
727.6
734.0
50.5
47. a
48.2
49.0
49.7
689. 3
666 J
674.0
678.6
684.3
382.6
370.9
375. 1
375.9
377.9
38.2
36.8
37.4
39.3
39.8
182.5
180.7
183.3
185.9
183.2
154.0
134.1
135.0
142.7 150.1
216.6
192.3
202.5
208.2
203.4
141.9
138.2
139.2
139.1 140.3

2,702.7

2,710.2

2,709.2

2,719.5

2,729.1

2,737.8

2,759.3

2,765.8

2,794.8

Liabilities
2,066.7
Deposits . .
616.0
Transaction
1,450.7
Nontransuction . . . .
Lurge time
386.9
Other
1,063.8
Borrowings .
377.2
From banks in the United States . . .
90.8
286.4
From non banks in the United States .
-20.6
Net due to related foreign offices
Other liabilities 8
92.8

2,058.7
598.5
1,460.2
391.0
1,069.2
387.3
96.1
291.2
17.9
95.8

2,062.7 2,077.9
598.7
588. 6
1 ,474. 1 1,479.2
396.5
395.6
1,077.6 1,083.6
378.8
383.9
87.4
95,0
291.4
288.9
- 19.2 -23.6
97.5
96.9

2,066. 1
581.6
1,484.5
399.5
1,085.0
393.6
86.0
307.6
-20.4
97.2

2,073.9
580.6
1,493.3
401.0
1,0923
387.6
86.9
300.6
-18.5
97.9

2,095.0
589.4
1,505.6
402.3
1,103.3
382.8
85.6
297.2
-16.3
98.1

2,094.8
578 J
1,516.7
405.4
1,111.3
391,7
90,3
301.4
--14.4
98 J)

2,113.3 2,138.2 2, 15 1.4 2,180.7
625,8
590.5
602.4
601.8
1,522.8 1,535.8 1,549.6 1 ,554.9
404.0
404.8
405.2
406.3
1,118.0 1,130.7 1,143.3 1,151.0
409. 1
400.9
407.6
410.4
104.7
93.8
93.1
99.5
304.4
307.1
314.5
310.9
=13.0
-14.7
15.6
-17.9
99.4
97.6
97.0
98. 5

2,516.1

2,523.8

2,524.9

2,530.0

2,536.5

2,540.7

2,559.6

2,570.2

2,598.9

2,628.1

2,644.8

2,671.4

186.7

186.4

184.4

189.5

192.6

197.1

199.6

196.0

196.3

194.5

195.5

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities) 4

32



195,6

2,824.3

2,839.3

2,866.9

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1990
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

. Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
Assets
2,427.8
Bank credit
567.8
Securities in bank credit . . .
U.S. government securities
398.7
Other securities
169.1
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 1,860.0
Commercial and industrial .
..
520.9
743.0
Real estate
51.4
Revolving home equity
691.6
Other
379.8
Consumer
37.1
Security3
Other
J79.3
147.9
Interbank loans4
. .
203.9
Cash assets5
Other assets6
....
144.8

2,441.8
576.0
407.2
168.8
1,865.8
519.9
750.3
52.0
698.3
380.4
37.0
178.2
147.5
1.99.8
146.1

2,450.4
576.3
409.0
167.3
1,874.1
521.1
757.1
52.8
704.3
381.4
36.7
177.8
150.8
199.4
145.6

2,457.4
577.1
412.0
165.2
1,880.3
522.2
763.0
53.7
709.3
380.6
36.7
177.8
155.2
200.7
144.7

2,468.3
581.6
417.5
164.0
1,886.8
521.1
770.9
54.6
716.3
381.2
36.3
177.2
149.6
197.6
147.0

2,482.5
588.7
425.2
163.5
1,893.8
521.5
777.8
55.4
722.3
381.0
36.8
176.7
156.8
200.6
147.6

2,496.7
593.8
430.9
162.9
1,902.9
522.4
785.6
56.6
728.9
380.2
39.1
175.6
161.3
199.4
149.5

2,511.6
596.7
432.3
164.4
1,914.9
521.8
790.1
57.8
732.3
381.5
43.9
177.5
166.6
199.7
151.2

2,512.4
598.3
434.4
163.9
1,914.0
520.5
794.1
58.8
735.3
382.4
40.2
176.8
164.8
193.9
154.7

2,514.4
599.9
437.3
162.6
1,914.6
518.3
797.5
60.4
737.0
384.6
38.4
175.7
153.8
190.2
157.6

2,516.1
599.2
438.2
161.0
1,917.0
516.5
802.6
61.5
741.1
383.9
39.0
175.0
153.7
188.0
158.9

2,518.9
599.7
438.4
161.3
1,919.2
514.3
807.1
62.3
744.9
383.3
39.5
174.9
153.3
185.9
160.6

2,859.4

2,870.0

2,880.8

2,893.0

2,897.2

2,922.6

2,942.8

2,965.7

2,962.9

2,952.1

2,952.7

2,954.6

Liabilities
2,168.3
17 Deposits
603.7
1 8 Transaction
1,564.6
1 9 Nontransaction
403.8
20
Large time
1,160.7
21
Other
....
406.3
22 Borrowings
99.0
23 From banks in the United States . . . .
307.3
24
From nonbanks in the United States .
25 Net due to related foreign offices
-11.6
97.0
26 Other liabilities 8

2,172,0
601.8
1,570.2
400.5
1,169.8
402.4
97.9
304.5
-9.6
96.8

2,180.9
601.8
1,579.1
401.1
1,178.0
403.0
99.8
303.2
-9.5
96.0

2,192.9
605.5
1,587.4
397.4
1,190.0
408.2
102.0
306.2
-9.0
94.3

2,200.7
601.7
1,599.0
395.2
1,203.8
403.2
102.9
300.3
= 4.3
95.3

2,218.9
605.5
1,613.4
394.7
1,218.7
408.0
104.4
303.6
= 6.4
95.6

2,235.6
608.2
1,627.4
395.2
1,232.2
407.0
107.3
299.7
-5.5
95.1

2,242. 1
608.1
1,634.0
391.9
1,242.1
423.8
108.3
315.5
-4.0
96.5

2,247.3
605.1
1,642.2
389.5
1,252.7
413.0
106.4
306.5
-4.0
97.7

2,246.5
599.2
1,647.3
386.7
1,260.6
400.0
99.1
300.9
0.4
97.2

2,245.6
594.1
1,651.4
385.4
1,266.1
407.3
98.5
308.8
1.9
96.9

2,263.2
602.0
1,661.2
381.9
1,279.2
388.1
96.5
291.6
-2.8
100.6

2,660.0

2,661.7

2,670.4

2,686.4

2,694.9

2,716.1

2,732.2

2,758.4

2,754.0

2,744.2

2,751,7

2,749.0

199.4

208.3

210.3

206.7

202.3

206.5

210.6

207.3

208.9

207.9

201.0

205.6

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

16 Total assets7

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities} 9 .

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
2,425.4
Bank credit
565.2
Securities in bank credit
395.9
U.S. government securities
169.3
Other securities
2
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 1,860.2
518.0
Commercial and industrial .
Real estate . . .
742.5
51.4
Revolving home equity
Other
691.1
384.3
Consumer . . .
36.8
Security1
....
178.7
Other
150.6
Interbank loans4 . .
213,5
Cash assets5
. .
J45.1
Other assets6

2,440.4 2,448.2
577.2
578.9
411.7
408.3
168.9
167.2
1,863.1 1,869.3
519.0
523.0
754.4
747.9
52.4
51.9
702.0
696.0
381.0
378.9
38.9
37.6
175.4
176.3
152.0
150.3
192.8
',196.1
^45. 8
145.5

2,458.4
579.6
414.6
165.0
1,878.8
526.1
761.2
53.3
707.9
378.1
37.7
175.7
156.5
198.0
143.1

2,467.5
582.4
418.6
163.8
1,885.1
525.1
770.7
54.4
716.4
379.8
34.5
175.0
144.0
194.9
J46.1

2,481.8
588.2
424.9
163.3
1,893.6
523.1
778.1
55.3
722.7
379.2
36.6
176.7
153.1
197.8
147.0

2,489.7
589.8
. 427.7
162.2
1,899.9
521.8
786.2
56.5
729.7
377.6
38.2
176.0
157.4
197.8
149.2

2,509.3
595.9
431.6
164.3
1,913.4
520.0
790.5
57.9
732.6
380.9
43.6
178.4
165.1
192.6
150.0

2,515.0
599.7
435.7
164.0
1,915.3
517.8
794.8
59.1
735.7
384.0
39.7
179.0
162.7
194.4
155.4

2,520.5
601.5
438.3
163.2
1,919.0
517.4
800.4
61.1
739.4
385.2
38.4
177.6
153.3
189.5
J59.4

2,523.7
601.9
440.1
161.9
K92J.7
516.6
805.5
61.9
743,6
384.5
38.5
176.7
157.6
194.3
160.4

2,527.3
597.9
436.7
161.2
1,929.4
514.3
810.2
62.5
747.7
388.0
39.7
177.2
159.1
197.7
162.8

44 Total assets7

2,869.4

2,866.8

2,872.7

2,891.2

2,887.3

2,915.1

2,931.2

2,954.1

2,964.5

2,958.7

2,971.1

2,982.0

Liabilities
45 Deposits
..
46 Transaction
47 Nontransaction
48
Large time . . .
49
Other
50 Borrowings
51
From banks in the United States . . .
52
From nonbanks in the United States
53 Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
54 Other liabilities 8 . . .

2,178.5
616.9
1,561.6
401.6
1,159.9
407.9
100.1
307.7
-12.9
98.5

2,167.9
596.9
1,571.0
401.9
1,169.1
408.2
101.2
307.0
-9.6
97.0

2,173.8
592.2
1,581.6
401.7
1,179.9
405.2
101.9
303.3
-10.1
96.5

2,196.1
611.3
1,584.8
395.9
1,188.9
410.2
103.9
306.3
-10.6
92.0

2,189.0
593.1
1,595.9
395.4
1 ,200.4
401.3
99.2
302.1
-1.7
93.4

2,212.3
600.8
1,611.4
393.3
1,218.2
409.4
102.2
307.2
-6.2
93.8

2,232.5
604.4
1,628.1
394.2
1,233.9
404 .4
103.9
300.6
-4.5
93.5

2,235.2
597.0
1,638.2
394.1
1 ,244.0
423.7
107.7
316.0
= 2.8
96.1

2,245.4
602.1
1,643.3
391.0
1,252.3
419.4
106.2
313.2
-4.0
98.1

2,246.9
596.6
1,650.3
388.2
1,262.1
408.4
96.8
311.6
0.8
98.3

2,256.9
601.3
1,655.6
386.5
1,269.1
412.6
100.3
312.4
1.7
99.6

2,288.2
628.0
1,660.2
380.6
1,279.6
390.9
99.0
291.9
-6.1
103.0

55 Total liabilities

2,672.1

2,663.5

2,665,5

2,687.6

2,682.0

2,709.2

2,726.0

2,752.2

2,758.9

2,754.4

2,770.8

2,775.9

197.3

203.3

207.3

203.5

205.3

205.9

205.2

201.9

205.6

204.4

200.3

206.1

56 Residual (assets less liabilities^




33

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
B, Domestically chartered commercial banks-—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1991
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

| Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
2,520.3
Bank credit
606.3
Securities in bank credit
444.3
U.S. government securities
162.0
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 2 . . . . 1,914.0
512.1
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
810.8
62.8
Revolving home equity
748.0
Other
Consumer . . . .
378.4
40.6
Security 1
172.1
Other
147.1
Interbank loans4
177.8
Cash assets51
Other assets' . .
....
163.5

16 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2,528.5
610.0
448.3
161.7
1,918.4
510.4
815.0
63.8
751.2
378.6
42.0
172.4
151.4
181. 1
166.9

2,530.8
616.3
454.7
161.6
1,914.5
506.3
817.7
64.5
753.2
378.2
38.9
173.5
152.3
186.7
167.2

2,534.1
622.5
462.0
160.4
1,911.6
501.8
820.8
65.4
755.4
377.4
39.5
172.3
149.9
188.2
167.0

2,532.3
627.1
466.8
160.3
1,905.2
496.1
822.6
66.0
756.6
376.5
39.3
170.8
148.1
185.7
165.2

2,540.7
637.0
476.2
160.8
1,903.7
492. H
826.1
66.7
759.4
375.8
39.4
169.7
149.3
185.5
166.1

2,539.9
645.6
486.8
158.9
1,894.3
488.3
824.4
67.1
757.3
374.0
39.7
167.9
146.9
181.7
165.7

2,539.0
651.1
493.5
157.6
1,887.9
483.2
824.2
67.6
756.6
373.3
40.2
167.0
151.6
186. 3
166.1

2,542.9
661.0
502. 1
158.9
1,881.9
481.2
823.8
68.3
735.6
370.9
40.6
165.3
154.4
184.8
165.1

2,548.4
675.0
515.0
160.0
1,873.4
478.2
823.6
68.5
755.1
367.9
40.1
163.6
150.6
183.6
168.3

2,556.9
685.2
525.7
159.6
1,871.7
473.9
825.0
69.0
756.0
367.2
42.1
163.6
149.8
187.6
168.1

2,562.2
695.3
535.2
160.1
1,866.9
469.2
824.9
69.7
755.2
366.7
42.2
163.9
144.7
186.5
166.0

2,942.8

2,962.8

2,972.2

2,973.7

2,966.4

2,976.9

2,969.1

2,978.0

2,982.5

2,987.1

2,999.1

2,996.0

Liabilities
2,261.7
Deposits
593.8
Transaction
Nontransaction
1,667.9
Large time
381.5
1,286.3
Other
Borrowings
368.8
96.7
From batiks in the United States . . . .
272.1
From nonbanks in the United States .
Net due to related foreign offices
-12.4
100.5
Other liabilities8

2,271.1
597.7
1,673.4
374.3
1,299.1
367.0
106.3
260.7
-13.2
103.0

2,283.9
605.7
1,678.2
367.9
1,310.3
367.0
105.7
261.3
6.0
102.9

2,292.2
'612J
1,679.5
361.2
1,318.3
360.7
103.3
257.4
-2.5
102.4

2,294.4
615.0
1,679.4
354.3
1,325.1
352.8
103.9
248.9
-4.1
100.5

2,301.0
618.6
1,682.4
347.6
1,334.8
351.3
105.2
246.1
-4.4
99.7

2,301.6
619.5
1,682.1
339.7
1,342.4
348.1
105.3
242.9
-7.1
97.2

2,311.7 2,312.6
625.7
626.8
1,686.0 1,685.8
333.6
337.6
1,352.5 1,358.3
343.8
346.1
107.3
110.4
236.5
235.7
•-7.I
-7.7
96.6
97.1

2,313.1
629.2
1 ,683.8
321.0
1,362.9
349.7
237.9
-5.6
98.5

2,322.0
640.2
1,681.8
315.1
1,366.7
356.3
lit). I
246.2
-2.9
97.1

2,319.0
641.7
1,677.3
308.4
1,368.9
346,6
107.7
238.9
2.0
99.3

2,718.6

2,728.0

2,747.9

2,752.8

2,743.5

2,747.6

2,739.8

2,745.1

2,748.1

2,755.7

2,772.4

2,762.8

224.2

234.8

224.3

220.9

222.9

229.2

229.4

232.9

234.4

231.4

226.7

233.3

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual (assets less liabilities)'*

111 N

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Axsetx
2,515.3
Bank credit
602.6
Securities in bank credit . . . . . . . . .
440.6
U.S. government securities
162.0
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit- . . . . 1,912.7
508.6
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
809.6
62.8
Revolving home equity
746.7
Other
Consumer
382.6
40.4
Security 3
171.5
Other
Interbank loans4 ,
.... .
150.0
184.7
Cash assets'*6
163.6
Other assets

2,524.7
609.5
447,5
162.0
1,915.2
509.4
811.8
63.6
748.2
379.3
44.3
170.4
153.9
177.9
166.0

2,527.5 2,534.7 2,530.5 2,539.2 2,532.4
636.4
642.1
627.5
625.1
618.4
456.9
467.5
464.7
475.8
483.9
161.5
160.3
160.6
160.0
158.1
1 ,909.0 1 ,909.7 1,903.0 1,902.8 1,890.4
508.3
499.7
505.5
494.3
487.5
814.1
822.0
826.2
824.6
818.2
64.0
66.9
65.7
64.8
66.6
753.4
750.2
757.7
756.3
759.6
375.1
374.7
375.6
373.9
371.5
37.4
40.9
39.8
38.7
38.7
171.1
16B.8
170.3
169.6
168.1
153.1
142.6
151.0
146.1
143.1
180.8
182.4
183.3
185.7
179.6
164.2
166.3
165.4
165.5
164.8

2,535.5
650.4
493.2
157.3
1,885.1
480.8
824.1
67.7
756.4
372.6
39.8
167.7
149.6
179.6
165.4

2,544.6
662.1
503.5
138.7
1,882.5
478.5
824.3
68.6
755.7
372.0
40.2
167.5
131.9
185.2
166.1

2,552.4
675.9
515.5
160.4
1,876.5
477.0
825.9
69.2
756.8
368.0
40. 1
165.4
149.4
183.0
170.3

2,563.4 2,568.2
692.0
687.3
532.3
527.1
159.7
160.2
1 ,876.0 1,876.2
468.6
473.7
H2H.2
827.9
69.9
69.5
758.4
758.3
367.3
370,8
42.0
42.5
165.2
166.1
150.6
153.1
194.2
198.2
168.1
169.7

2,947.7

2,957.0

2,962.4

2,971.2

2,955.8

2,956.6

2,965.6

2,983.0

2,991.4

3,016.4

Liabilities
2,267.2
Deposits
604.4
Transaction
1,662.7
Nontransaction . .
Large time
378.8
Other
1,284.0
372.0
Borrowings
From banks in the United States . . . .
98.0
From nonbanks in the United States .
274.0
Net due to related foreign offices
-13.9
Other liabilities*
102.1

2,265.0
592.3
1,672.7
375. 1
1,297.6
378.9
109.3
269.7
-12.8
103.1

2,275.8
596.5
1,679.3
367.4
1,311.9
365.2
106.8
258.4
-5.7
103.4

2,294.8
618.2
1,676.6
359.7
1,316.9
356.9
104.5
252.4
-3.7
99.8

2,283.0 2,294.4 2,296.8
606.2
614.1
613.5
1 ,676.B 1 ,680.9 1,682.7
355.1
339.3
346.6
I,32L7 1,334.3 1,343.4
343.5
353.3
348.9
100.8
103.6
102.2
241.4
248.1
249.7
-0.1
-4.3
-6.4
98.4
97.6
95.7

2,303.5
614.0
1,689.5
335,8
1,353.7
343.0
106.5
236.5
-6.1
96.0

2,310.0
623.5
1,686.4
328.8
1,337.6
353.7
109.7
243.9
--7.9
97.4

2,311.9 2,333.1 2,342.8
668.4
626.0
648.6
1,685.9 1 ,684.5 1,674.5
306.5
322.0
315.6
1 ,363.9 1,368.8 1 ,368.0
354.2
348.3
354.4
112.2
110.9
I09.H
237.4
242.0
244.6
5.4
-5.3
3.6
99.8
99.9
101.2

2,727.4

2,734.2

2,738.7

2,747.7

2,730.2

2,740.9

2,736.4

2,753.1

2,760.8

2,783.5

2,786.9

220.3

222.8

223.8

223 4

225.5

227.7

229.9

230.6

232.9

234.4

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities) 4

34



2,968.6

2,729.7
226.9

229.2

3,021,2

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-1994'—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1992
Jan.

Feb.

1 Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,619.3
767.9
610.2
157.7
1,851.3
441.9
845.0
73.3
771.7
358.7
46.3
159.4
137.2
181.9
169.2

2,625.7
773.8
616.8
157.0
1,851.9
442.5
846.4
73.5
772.9
358.8
44.5
159.6
138.5
183.7
169.7

2,626.9
777.4
622.3
155.2
1,849.4
441.0
845.9
73.6
772.2
358.8
44.2
159.6
137.2
186.0
170.7

3,039.3 3,045.2

3,055.5

3,059.1

| Sept.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Assets
2,571.1
Bank credit
Securities in bank credit
..
701.3
U.S. government securities
542.5
Other securities
158.9
Loans and leases in bank credit 2 . . . . 1,869.8
463.7
Commercial and industrial
. ..
Real estate
828.8
Revolving home equity
70.5
Other
758.2
Consumer . . . .
365.8
Security3
46.2
Other
165.3
Interbank loans4
159.2
Cash assets5
184.7
Other assets6
163.9

16 Total assets7
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

3,015.5

Liabilities
2,322.4
Deposits
Transaction
652.5
Nontransaction
1,669.9
Large time . . . .
298.9
Other
1,371.0
360.4
Borrowings
From banks in the United States . . . .
117,8
From nonbanks in the United States .
242.6
Net due to related foreign offices
-0.9
Other liabilities'*
93.7

27 Total liabilities . . . .

2,775.6

28 Residual (assets less liabilities) 9

239.9

2,575.7
707.7
549.4
158.3
1,868.0
459.9
832.5
70.7
761.8
365.2
44.8
165.6
159.8
189.6
163.6

2,582.5
711.8
555.1
156.7
1,870.7
457.6
834.6
70.9
763.6
364.5
48.0
166.2
156.3
194.0
162.6

2,587.8
719.4
561.9
157.6
1,868.3
454.0
837.4
71.2
766.2
363.1
50.4
163.4
155.6
186.0
164.7

2,585.5
726.2
569.9
156.3
1,859.4
451.1
837.6
71.5
766.1
361.2
47.9
161.6
151.7
179.6
165.9

2,591.2
734.0
578.2
155.8
1,857.2
447.7
835.7
71.7
764.0
361.6
50.5
161.6
147.9
184.0
168.1

2,590.1
742.7
585.6
157.0
1,847.4
445.6
835.7
72.3
763.4
361.2
45.5
159.5
140.4
180.7
168.8

2,600.5 2,610.2
755.1
760.0
597.4
602.8
157.7
157.1
1,845.4 1,850.2
443.9
443.4
837.9
841.4
72.5
72.8
765.5
768.6
360.1
360.2
44.7
45.2
158.9
160.1
138.5
137.1
180.1
182.5
170.1
172.3

3,025.2

3,031.8

3,030.7

3,019.4

3,027.8

3,016.5

3,025.9

2,328.3 2,341.3
665.1
682.9
1,663.2 1,658.5
290.9
284.8
1,372.3 1,373.7
361.2
360.6
117.3
116.7
243.9
243.9
0.4
-0.6
91.4
89.3

2,341.3
680.8
1,660.5
280.2
1,380.3
359.5
121.6
237.9
-4.3
90.8

2,332.7
680.5
1,652.2
275.0
1,377.2
361.5
123.2
238.4
-7.6
90.8

2,333.2
690.7
1,642.5
269.3
1,373.1
361.6
117.7
243.9
-6.3
92.4

2,322.1
688.8
1,633.3
262.7
1,370.6
346.7
110.3
236.4
-5.6
96.6

2,324.1 2,331.9
699.4
711.0
1,624.7 1,620.9
256.9
252.0
1,367.9 1,369.0
355.6
353.8
111.0
109.6
244.6
244.2
-9.3 -10.2
99.3
102.5

2,336.6
718.8
1,617.7
244.8
1,372.9
357.6
112.9
244.7
-12.3
102.7

2,337.5
729.7
1,607.8
238.3
1,369.6
362.4
118.5
243.9
-12.1
103.5

2,336.9
735.2
1,601.7
233.1
1,368.7
364,3
117.1
247.2
= 13.2
103.0

2,781.3 2,790.6

2,787.3

2,777.4

2,780.8

2,759.8

2,769.8

2,778.0

2,784.6

2,791.3

2,791.0

243.4

242.0

247.1

256.7

256.1

261.4

260.5

264.2

268.1

2,591.0 2,583.6 2,590.1 2,582.1 2,597.7 2,614.3 2,624.7
723.7
726.8
769.2
734.0
755.3
762.0
738.8
578.2
565.9
570.5
611.0
598.2
605.4
582.6
155.7
157.7
156.2
156.3
158.2
157.1
156.7
1,867.3 1,856.8 1,856.1 1,843.3 1,842.4 1,852.3 1,855.4
449.3
457.8
441.1
444.8
454.5
441.3
440.9
837.0
835.9
834.9
835.7
847.8
837.9
842.4
70.7
71.3
71.7
72.2
74.0
72.6
73.1
764.2
765.8
764.2
763.5
773.8
765.3
769.2
360.0
358.9
359.8
360.7
359.7
361.3
359.1
52.4
45.7
46.5
49.6
44.0
44.0
45.3
161.5
161.1
159.5
159.6
162.4
161.6
159.6
156.8
146.3
135.8
145.8
136.6
134.9
136.5
181.4
183.9
177.6
181.7
173.1
182.8
178.0
167.4
162.5
165.0
171.7
170.0
173.4
168.8

2,635.0
776.3
618.4
157.9
1,858.7
442.8
850.4
74.0
776.4
359.2
45.1
161.4
141.8
190.3
171.7

2,635.8
774.1
619.2
155.0
1,861.6
440.9
850.9
73.8
777.1
.363.0
44.7
162.2
143.7
198.6
173.1

243.9

241.3

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
Bank credit
. . . 2,566.2 2,573.6 2,581.6
696.6
Securities in bank credit
707.3
715.4
548.4
558.4
537.5
U.S. government securities
Other securities
159.0
158.9
157.0
2
Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 1,869.7 1,866.3 1,866.3
Commercial and industrial . . . . . .
459.4
460.0
460.7
828.2
829.8
831.2
Real estate . . .
Revolving home equity
70.4
70.3
70.6
759.4
760.9
757.7
Other
Consumer
. ..
366.3
362.1
370.0
45.9
Security3
47.0
49.0
Other
.
163.7
164.0
164.7
4
162.7
156.5
162.9
Interbank loans
191.4
Cash assets5
..
....
186.5
188.7
162.5
161.1
164.1
Other assets6

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

3,021.3 3,021.4

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)




9

3,031.2

3,009.3 3,021.4

3,002.8

3,014.3 3,042.6

3,051.5

3,076.2

3,088.8

2,329.1 2,322.8
663.2
659.4
1,665.8 1,663.4
291.6
296.8
1,369.0 1,371.9
368.4
364.7
120.3
120.1
248.1
244.6
0.8
-2.3
91.6
95.1

2,333.8
673.9
1,659.9
284.0
1,375.9
361.1
117.1
244.0
0.5
89.7

2,347.2
688.3
1,658.8
279.2
1,379.6
359.2
122.1
237.2
-4.4
88.7

2,322.1
671.2
1,650.9
276.3
1,374.6
356.3
120.1
236.2
-3.0
89.1

2,327.6
685.8
1,641.8
268.7
1,373.0
361.4
116.2
245.2
-6.5
90.3

2,315.9
681.8
1,634.1
262.7
1,371.4
344.3
106.9
237.4
-5.5
95.3

2,314.0
685.9
1,628.2
258.8
1,369.3
354.3
109.4
244.8
-8.9
98.6

2,330.3
707.9
1,622.4
253.1
1,369.3
361.4
108.0
253.4
-11.0
102.7

2,336.6
715.9
1,620.7
245.8
1,374.9
360.7
111.1
249.7
-12.5
104.5

2,352.6
741.2
1,611.3
238.8
1,372.6
366. 1
120.9
245.3
-13.2
106.8

2,367.3
767.2
1 ,600. 1
231.6
1,368.5
367.5
121.7
245.8
= 16.2
104.6

2,786.6

Liabilities
Deposits
Transaction
Nontransaction . .
...
Large time
Other
Borrowings
From banks in the United States . . .
From nonbanks in the United States
Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
Other liabilities* . .

3,024.0

2,783.5

2,785.1

2,790.8 2,764.6

2,772.7

2,749.9

2,758.0

2,783.4

2,789.3

2,812.3

2,823.3

234.8

237.9

239.0

248.6

252.9

256.4

259.2

262.2

264.0

265.6

240.4

244.7

35

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1993
Jan.

Feb.

1 Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

| Sept. Ij

Oct.

j Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1
2
3
4
1
6
7
H
9
10
1]
12
13
14
15

Assets
Dunk credit
Securities in hank credit ,
U S government securities
Other securities
Loans and leases in hank credit"1
Commercial and industrial
Real estate
Revolving home equity
Other
Consumer .
......
Security^1
Other
...
Interbank loans4
Cash assets^6 ,
Other assets

2,643.8
792.1
637.4
154.8
1,851.7
440.4
848.4
73.9
774.5
363.5
43.4
156.0
1326
183.9
173.6

2,653.9
799.1
643.3
155.8
1 814.8
438.8
851.0
74.7
776.3
364.9
44.6
155.5
133.2
178.3
174.8

2,663.1
804.7
64B.5
156.2
1 ,818 4
435.6
853.3
75.1
77H.2
366.6
45.7
157.2
131.1
183.7
175.2

2,681.0 2,699. 1 2,712.5
808.2
816.9
818.8
651.0
659.0
661.6
157.2
157.3
157.8
1,872 8 1 ,882 2 1 ,893 7
437.5
438.2
435.8
858. 5
863.8
868.0
75.1
74.8
75.0
7H3.4
793.2
788.8
371.2
369.1
374.8
48.3
49.1
55.1
159.4
159.9
S60.0
139.2
136.3
134.8
190.4
188.0
187.9
174.4
173.5
174.3

3,063.7

3,072.7

3,079.1

3,092.3

3,116.5

3,137.0

3,156.3 3,162.2

Liahiltties
2,333.7
Deposits
734.8
Transaction
.....
1,598,9
No n trans act ion
230.8
Large time
Other
1,368.1
362.8
Borrowings
115.7
From hanks in the United States . . . .
247.1
From n on banks in the United States .
-12.7
Net due to related foreign offices
Other liabilities 8
101.8

2,338.4
738.5
1,600.0
228.9
1,371.1
362.7
110.3
252.4
10.4
102.2

2,339.6
742.1
1,597.5
225.9
1,371.7
368.4
111.9
256.4
-9.3
104.8

2,340.4
745.1
1,595.3
224.0
K37L3
376. 1
124.4
251.7
-9.3
103.9

2,359.5
764.0
1,595.5
221.9
1,373.6
386.9
127.5
259.4
— 12.2
106.4

2,363.1
772.8
1,590.4
217.9
1,372.5
396.6
130.5
266.1
-13.0
109.7

2,364.5
777.4
1,587.2
216.6
1,370.5
411.9
133.2
278.7
13.0
107.5

2,785.6

2,793.0

2,803.4

2,811.1

2,840.6

2,856.4

278.1

279.7

275.7

281.2

275.9

280.6

16 Total assets7
17
1B
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2,720.1 2,731.4 2,739.2 2,755.6 2,770.4
836.2
823,7
827.3
825.2
829.1
674.5
663,5
666.8
667.1
670.8
160.1
160.5
I5H.1
158.3
161.7
1 896 S 1,9041 1.914.0 1,926.3 1,934.2
435.8
434.5
434.1
434.?,
434.8
892.0
871.6
874.1
879.0
884.6
74,5
74.3
73.8
73.5
73.3
797 J
799.7
«05.2
HU.l
81«.7
390.8
377/1
380.2
384.3
388.1
56.8
54.5
56.6
55.5
58.7
158.2
159.1
161.0
160.4
158.7
132.0
134,5
131.0
130.1 131.5
193.0
194.5
198.9
192.3
193.1
172.0
172.8
174.9
175.1
174.4

2,634.1
781.4
627.7
153.7
1,852 7
441.8
848.3
73.8
774.5
361.7
41 0
157.9
134 8
1H3.6
172.6

27 Total liabilities
28 Residual {assets less liabilities)'*

3,177.6

3,196.0

3,209.1

2,369.7
787.9
1,581.8
214.3
1,367.5
408.6
130.3
278.4
— 117
107/7

2,372.3 2,369.4
795.2
794.6
1,577.2 1,574.8
212.5
212.1
1,364.1 1,362.7
411.1
413.0
129.1
131.1
281.9
281.9
--77
—34
10C>'.0
lOo'.O

2,376.3
801.9
1,574.4
211.1
1,363.4
412.4
130.5
281.9
1 .2
10.V.5

2,376.6
805. 7
1 ,570.9
209.0
1,361.8
414.6
131.7
282.9
3.1
106.3

2,870.9

2,874.4

2,881.6

2,885.0

2,895.4

2,900.7

285.4

287.8

295.2

292.6

300.6

308.3

3,176.8

Not seasonally adjusted
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Assets
2,625.7 2,638.6 2,652.3 2,665.1
Bank credit .
790.2
803.4
809.5
774. H
Securities in batik credit
653.1
62 1 . t
635.0
647.2
U.S. government securities . . . . .
156.4
153.6
155.2
156.2
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit 1 . . . . 1,851.0 1,848.4 1,848.9 1,855.6
439. 1
438.6
439.8
441.0
Commercial and industrial . . . . . .
H45.1
846. 9
850.2
Real estate
...
H47.0
74.5
73.6
74.0
73.7
Revolving home equity
773.3
Other .
. . ". .
775.6
771.5
772.9
364.1
364.4
362.2
365 S
Consumer
42.7
45.0
45.4
47.0
Security 1 . . .
.
155.2
154.1
153.3
Other
157.3
131.7
138.4
135.2
133.1
Interbank loans* .
189.5
Cash assets'*
181.1
181.1
173.2
172.7
172.3
171.8
172.3
Other assets'*
. ..........

44 Total assets1
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

3,064.8

3,065.2

3,069.4

2,678.5 2,698.5 2,703.5 2,716.9 2,735.8 2,743.5 2,765.2 2,780.8
832.6
817,6
809.0
824.3
829.7
825.2
830.4
814.8
671.4
664.9
669.9
666.8
671.3
658.2
659.9
651.8
161.2
157.7
157.2
159.4
159.8
158.5
159.1
156.6
1,869.5 1,880.9 1,888.7 1,892.6 1,906.2 1.918.2 1,934.8 1,948.2
435.8
431.7
431.5
433.4
435.1
439.7
440.7
434.9
857.4
89H. 1
863. B
8713
875.2
88 1.7
889.0
867. B
73.4
74.7
74.7
74.5
74.0
75.0
74.9
74.8
824.6
788.8
782.5
796.6
800.5
807.3
H I 5.1
793.0
395.4
367.9
377.3
3HI.2
384.5
388. 4
369.3
372.8
37.5
48.2
46.4
53.6
56.8
56.0
60.0
53.2
161.6
159.9
157.1
158.7
161.4
162.7
162.3
160.1
132.4
128.5
128.5
134.6
138.8
134.6
129.6
135.2
206.8
185.0
186.3
187.5
186. 6
199.1
191.8
200.5
173.3
176.3
177.7
176.4
174.6
173.5
172.7
174.5

Liabilities
2,338.4 2,329.9 2 129.4 2,344 H 2,348 1
Deposits
751.0
753.5
745.2
731.0
731.6
Transaction
1,593.2 1,598.8 1,597.8 1,593.9 1,594.6
Nontransuetton
229.2
224.9
223.2
223.1
228.8
Large time
....
1 ,364.4 1,369.7 1,372.9 1 ,370 7 1,371 4
Other
373.0
368.0
374.3
380.8
369.0
B orro vv ings
124.7
124.0
118.5
1 13. 2
I I 1.8
From bunks in the United States . . . .
259. H
256.3
256. 1
250.3
From nonbunks in the United States
250.5
-8.3
14.1
-10.3
-7.5
-7.5
Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
101.6
104.7
103.3
102.2
105.1
Other liabilities"

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)*'

36



3,141,2

3,149.6

3,180.1

3,182.6

3,217.7

3,242,1

2,356.9 2,356.6
767.1
768.8
1 ,589.9 1,587.8
217.4
216.7
1,372 4 1,371 2
397.4
405.0
129.3
129.6
268.1
275.3
= 13.3 -13.0
107.0
106.3

2,357.2
772.4
1,584.8
216.0
13688
406.7
128.6
278.1
= 11.8
106.9

2,371.8
793.2
1,578.6
213.4
11652
418.6
127.1
291.5
--9.2
106.0

2,369.1 2,393.9
791.5
816.2
1,577.6 1,577.7
213.0
211.4
1,364.6 1,366.3
417.3
419.9
129.6
133.4
287.7
286.5
-4.4
'-0.3
108.0
109.0

2,411.2
842, 1
1 ,569. 1
207.7
1,361.5
425.4
137.6
287.8
0.4
107.7

3,090.1 3,106.3 3,131.2

2,796,7

2,794.9

2,795.1

2,812.4

2,826.2

2,848.1

2,854,8

2,859.1

2,887.2

2,890.1

2,922.5

2,944,7

268.1

270.3

274.3

277.7

280.2

283.1

286.4

290.5

292.9

292.5

295.2

297.4

13. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, 1988-19941—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, monthly averages of Wednesday figures

1994
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
Assets
2,819.2
Bank credit
870.5
Securities in bank credit
680.5
U.S. government securities
190.0
Other securities
Loans and leases in bank credit2 . . . . 1,948.7
441.5
Commercial and industrial
897.7
Real estate
73.2
Revolving home ec|uity
824.5
Other
394.5
Consumer
Security3
..
...
54.7
160.2
Other
134.0
Interbank loans4 . .
...
193.6
Cash assets56
156.4
Other assets

2,818.8
866.0
679.8
186.2
1,952.8
442.9
897.2
73.2
824.0
398.1
55.1
159.5
129.1
198.5
165.2

2,837.2
877.0
689.2
187.7
1,960.2
444.9
898.9
73.2
825.6
402.4
55.9
158.1
125.9
191.3
170.5

2,854.8
885.4
694.9
190.6
1,969.3
448.3
904.2
73.3
830.9
408.2
50.6
158.1
125.1
184.1
173.0

2,864.0
884.1
692.6
191.5
1,979.9
451.9
907.4
73.5
833.9
412.2
51.0
157.5
131.4
188.6
172.8

2,877.0
884.3
691.8
192.5
1,992.6
455.7
913.8
73.8
840.0
416.1
49.7
157.5
130.4
188.4
169.9

2,906.4
892.9
692.2
200.8
2,013.4
461.3
922.7
74.0
848.7
423.1
47.6
158.7
133.7
185.5
169.9

2,918.3
886.3
686.8
199,5
2,032.0
465.5
930.6
74.4
856.2
429.3
47.0
159.6
136.1
181.2
170.9

2,928.7
882.3
681.5
200.8
2,046.4
469.4
938.8
74.9
863.9
434.5
43.6
160.2
138.1
180.6
168.4

2,942.8
878.1
674.9
203.3
2,064.7
473.8
944.5
75.1
869.3
441.6
45.5
159.3
140.6
185.2
166,3

2,950.1
871.1
670.6
200.5
2,079.0
476.9
950.2
75.7
874.5
445.7
46.0
160.2
148.6
181.5
167.2

2,966.2
868.7
669.0
199.7
2,097.5
480.5
958.6
76.2
882,4
452.1
45.4
160.8
151.4
181.8
167.7

3,245.4

3,254.2

3,267.7

3,279.6

3,299.7

3,308.7

3,338.5

3,349.6

3,359.1

3,378.2

3,391.2

3,410.9

Liabilities
17 Deposits
..
...
. . . 2,381.9
803.5
1 8 Transaction
19 Nontransaction .
1,578.4
210.9
20
Large time
1,367.5
21
Other
22 Borrowings
433.2
133.3
23 From banks in the United States . . . .
24 From nonbanks in the United States .
299.8
5.5
25 Net due to related foreign offices
26 Other liabilities 8
121.0

2,380.3
805.6
1,574.6
208.6
1,366.1
433.7
134.3
299.4
6.1
129.0

2,375.4
802.6
1,572.8
207.7
1,365.1
449.7
132.9
316.8
14.4
128.7

2,363,1
792.7
1,570.4
207,4
1,363.0
467.9
133.2
334.7
20.3
132.7

2,371.3
801.5
1,569.7
207.8
1,361.9
468.0
138.0
329.9
26.9
135.0

2,368.7
800.7
1,568.1
208.2
1,359.8
464.8
134.8
330.0
34.9
132.8

2,371.5
801.1
1,570.4
209.4
1,361.0
469.4
141.0
328.4
45.1
135.7

2,372.5
799.1
1,573.5
210.6
1,362.8
471.1
140.8
330.3
53.2
133,8

2,367.7
793.1
1,574.5
209.8
1,364.8
476.6
143.6
333.0
60.2
134.0

2,371.4
794.7
1,576.7
213.4
1,363.3
485.5
149.6
335.9
65.4
134.0

2,367.8
787.6
1,580.3
217.8
1,362.5
492.0
154.2
337.7
66.4
132.4

2,370.9
787.1
1,583.8
219.3
1,364.5
506.6
162.3
344.3
77.4
128.4

27 Total liabilities

2,941.6

2,949.2

2,968.2

2,984.1 3,001.2

3,001.3 3,021.7

3,030.6

3,038.6

3,056.4

3,058.6

3,083.2

303.8

305.0

299.5

319.0

320.5

321.8

332.6

327.7

2,897.4 2,912.7 2,929.4 2,944.8 2,958.2
876,4
871,7
885.1
881.2
889.1
670.4
684.4
674.0
688.3
688.9
201.4
202.5
200.2
196.8
196.8
2,008.3 2,027.6 2,048.2 2,068.3 2,086.5
477.0
472.6
466.3
462.2
460.3
954.9
947.1
939.9
930.0
922.3
76.1
75.8
75.2
74.5
74.0
871.4
878.8
864.6
855.5
848.3
435.4
445.9
441.7
428.9
421.0
47.2
46.0
43.7
46.1
45.8
161.5
160.4
160.9
162.9
159.0
150.3
130.3
137.9
134,7
133.3
182.4
188.0
184.9
180.8
173.0
168.9
170.2
168.5
169.8
171.8

2,973.8
862.4
665.9
196.5
2,111.3
480.3
965.1
76.2
888.8
457.)
45.9
163.0
159.7
195.5
J70.0

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

16 Total assets7 ,

.

28 Residual (assets less liabilities) 9

295.5

298.5

307.5

316.7

Not seasonally adjusted
Assets
2,810.2 2,814.8
29 Bank credit
.
865.1
863.2
30 Securities in bank credit
676.8
673.1
31
U.S government securities
188.3
190.1
32
Other securities
2
33 Loans and leases in bank credit . . . . 1,947.0 1,949.7
442.5
34
Commercial and industrial
438.3
893.6
35
Real estate
896.3
72.9
36
Revolving home equity
73.1
820.7
37
Other
823.2
399.2
398.6
38
Consumer . .
....
56.8
54.1
39
Security3
157.6
40
Other
159.6
4
131.7
41 Interbank loans
138.0
195.5
199.4
42 Cash assets5 . . .
163.2
156.0
43 Other assets6

2,836.7
883.0
693.7
189.2
1,953.7
447.3
894.5
72.6
821.9
399.5
56.8
155.7
125.7
185.8
167.6

44 Total assets7
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

Liabilities
Deposits
Transaction
Nontransaction
Large time
Other
Borrowings
...
< ,.
From banks in the United States . . .
From nonbanks in the United States
Net due to related foreign offices . . . .
Other liabilities'*

55 Total liabilities
56 Residual (assets less liabilities)^




2,858.5 2,862.2 2,877.8
886.8
885.7
892.3
693.4
700.4
693.0
192.3
191.9
193.8
1,966.2 1,976,5 1,990.9
455.3
452.0
457.2
913.7
900.8
906.1
73.4
72.8
73.8
832.8
828.0
839.9
405.4
413.8
410.9
48.8
49.0
52.0
155.2
156.0
157.5
125.5
129.9
126.8
181.3
186.1
187.6
170.5
169.1
172.1

3,246.2

3,247.6

3,258.3 3,278.8

3,291.6

3,306.1

3,323.8

3,333.8

3,357.7

3,379.5

3,409.0

3,442.4

2,386.6
813.9
1,572.6
208.9
1,363.7
434.4
136.6
297.8
4.1
122.8

2,370.4
797.0
1,573.5
208.8
1,364.7
441.1
136.5
304.6
6.4
128.8

2,363.9
791.0
1,572.9
206.7
1,366.2
444.6
131.0
313.6
17.1
129.1

2,367.7
798.3
1,569.3
206.8
1,362.5
455.6
132.2
323.4
21.9
129.8

2,360.0
790.7
1,569.3
209.1
1,360.1
462.6
135.3
327.3
32.4
133.0

2,364.3
796.7
1,567.7
207.9
1,359.8
469.4
133.9
335.5
34.4
129.4

2,362.7
791.9
1,570.9
209.4
1,361.5
470.1
137.5
332.6
44.7
134.6

2,358.8
782.9
1,575.9
212.2
1,363.7
476.3
138.9
337.4
51.9
132.6

2,365.0
789.6
1,575.4
210.6
1,364.8
485,8
141.3
344.5
56.8
133.8

2,370.7
791.7
1,578.9
214.2
1,364.7
493.3
148.3
345.1
63.2
136.6

2,384.5
801.7
1,582.8
218.0
1,364,8
505.6
158.0
347.7
64.9
136.8

2,403.7
822.5
1,581.2
217.6
1,363.6
517.9
169.8
348.1
74.3
129.5

2,947.8

2,946.7

2,954.8

2,974.9

2,988.0

2,997.5

3,012.2

3,019.6

3,041.4

3,063.8

3,091.8

3,125.4

298.4

300.9

303.5

303.9

303.6

308.5

311.6

314.2

316.3

315.7

317.2

317.0

37

14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 5

|

Jan. 12

Jan. 19

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

|

Feb. 16

ASSKTS
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 yeur through five years
..
....
8
More than five years
9 Other securities . . .
...
....
...
10
Trading account
11
Investment account
....
....
...
12
State and local government, by maturity
13
One yeur or less
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks and securities .
16
Other trading account assets

119,847
308,847
24,052
284,795
89,948

114,463
308,156
23,436
284,720
89,908

139,888
306,356
27,414
278,942
88,635

114,346
300,418
24,538
275,880
87,889

137,027
304,096
?,4,428
279,667
88,038

112,452
303,562
24,145
279,41?
87,606

115,285
306,514
26,645
279,869
88,144

52,327
73,349
69,171
82,712
1 ,929
56,885
20,970
3,931
17,039
35,915
23,898

50,705
74,237
69,871
81,185
1,860
56,876
21,049
3,874
17,176
35,827
22,449

50,205
72,118
67,984
80,928
1,767
57,215
21,005
3,908
17,098
36,210
21,945

49,419
71,555
67,017
80,179
1,707
56,879
21,027
3,952
17,076
35,852
21,593

48,669
72,634
70,326
90,653
1,824
57,147
20,981
3,981
17,001
36,166
31,683

47,723
73,347
70,741
89,818
1 ,833
57,270
21,097
4,005
17,092
36,173
30,714

47,373
74,747
69,605
89,773
1 ,669
57,145
21,182
4,087
17,094
35,963
30,959

Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks in the United States .
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others1 . . . .
....
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 ctiuity
A l l other . . . .
....
....
....
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions . ,
....
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities .
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions . .
...
To foreign governments and official institutions
4
All other loans .
...
....
Lease-financing receivables
LKSS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve^
Other loans and leases, net
All other assets
....

93,589
59,910
28,340
5,339
1,048,190
279,107
2,883
276,224
274,672
1 ,552
423,517
43,906
379,611
210,850
44,282
18,613
3,395
22,274
18,522
6,117
12,453
1,165
25,706
26,470
1,943
35,029
1,011,218
172,575

93,513
59,706
29,130
4,677
1,043,298
277,311
2,922
274,390
272,702
1 ,688
425,337
43,812
381,525
210,080
42,203
18,211
2,646
21,346
18,544
5,970
12,346
1 , ! 35
23,792
26,578
1,944
34,893
1 ,(K)6,460
170,099

100,424
64,902
29,062
6,461
1,041,804
279,032
2,903
276,130
274,475
1,655
421,186
43,814
377,372
209,841
41,289
18,453
2,657
20,178
18,408
5,916
12,362
1,217
25,973
26,580
1,941
34,869
1,004,994
165,704

92,098
57,702
28,360
6,036
1,035,282
279,067
3,220
275,847
274,197
1,650
418,799
43,825
374,974
209,372
39,274
17,167
2,650
19,457
17,849
5,933
12,352
1 ,066
25,016
26,554
1,923
34,907
998,452
162,976

100,950
63,901
31,175
5,873
1,04 1,985
282,235
3,105
279,130
277,459
1 ,672
421,079
43,834
377,245
209,060
39,002
16,215
2,576
20,2 1 1
19,221
5,911
12,384
1,171
25,338
26,584
1 ,898
34,846
1,005,241
165,827

93,722
58,346
29,345
6,030
t ,040 465
281,304
3,197
278,107
276,212
1 ,«%
422,103
43,732
378,371
209,194
38,789
16,625
2,645
19,519
19,348
5,901
12,271
1 ,042
23,925
26,587
1 ,893
35,140
1,003,432
164,501

100,812
61,545
31,566
7,701
1,038,181
283,050
3,227
279,823
277,830
1 ,993
418,943
43,708
375,235
208,318
37,696
15,746
3,121
18,829
19,903
5.H5H
12,330
1,127
24,336
26,622
1,891
35,101
1,001,189
163,388

1,788,788

1,773,878

1,798,293

1,748,471

1,783,793

1,767,487

1,776,%2

46 Deposits
...
47
Demand deposits7
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
....
5H
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 . . . .

1,172,440
317,193
263,590
53,602
- 10,008
2,786
22,531
5 991
881
1 1 ,405
137,169
718,079
698,360
19,719
17,305
464
1,623
326

1,159,192
303,384
254,696
48,687
8,658
2,535
21,194
5,705
605
9,990
126,942
728,867
706,652
22,215
18,223
2,029
1 ,653
309

1,167,636
320,512
260,721
59,791
9,799
4,675
27,874
5,748
796
10,898
126,536
720,587
698,184
22,403
18,331
2,069
1,695
309

1,127,382
289,692
238,298
51,394
9,659
2,531
22,631
5,202
637
10,735
121,240
716,449
693,892
22,557
18,496
2,062
1,691
308

1,146,890
302,683
248,980
53,703
9,810
2,920
23,744
5,783
679
1 1 ,766
124,127
720,080
697,530
22,550
18,457
2,096
1 ,689
308

1 HI 7S2
289,944
241,204
48,740
8,931
2,126
20,413
4,68 1
607
1 1 ,982
123,307
720,501
697,620
22,880
18,806
2,120
1 ,647
307

1,147,577
302,952
250,242
52,710
9,355
3,562
2 1 ,943
5,597
590
11,661
123,165
721,459
698,412
23,048
18,894
2,126
1,727
301

64 Liabilities for borrowed money 5
...
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) . .

327,407
1 ,220
16,004
310,183
126,578

323,259
0
19,530
303,729
128,221

337, 200
0
23,310
313,890
130,698

328,819
0
28,845
299,974
128,779

336,731
0
30,902
305,830
136,163

337,255
0
28,796
308,460
133,717

331,075
0
24,592
306,483
134,532

1,626,425

1,610,672

1,635,534

1,584,979

1,619,785

1,604,724

1,613,184

162,363

163,205

162,760

163,491

164,OOH

162,163

163,778

1,454,816
95,054
793
389
404
21,889
-8,302

1,448,236
98,877
7H5
389
396
21,936
= 3,161

1,446,157
98,804
774
384
390
21,979
5,630

1,433,109
97,482
770
383
387
21,721
5,460

1 ,457,567
97,450
76H
383
385
21,325
1,266

I,4S2,595
97,056
768
382
3H6
21,141
-316

1 ,457,990
96,705
762
382
381
20,710
- 1 ,430

17
18
19
20
21
22
21
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
11
32
33
34
35
36
17
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

45 Total assets6
LIABILITIES

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

MKMO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities8
Time deposits in amounts of SKK) 000 or more
Ixvans sold outright to affiliates 9
Commercial and industrial .
...
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents1" . . .
Net owed to related institutions abroad . .

38



14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Feb. 23

Account

Mar. 2

Mar. 9

127,359
303,715
24,452
279,263
88 957

124,195
314,056
26 601
287,455
90 641

107,857
316,955
29 208
287,747
90 393

115,459
317 115
29 948
287 167
89 930

109,945
3 1 6 554
26 217
290 337
91 200

47,122
73,293
69 891
84,171
1 790
57,294
21,299
4,142
17 157
35,994
25 087

49,938
76 363
70 512
92 244
1 841
57 372
21,420
4 220
17 200
35,952
33 031

49,539
76 747
71 068
92 653
1 764
57 475
21,582
4 247
17 335
35 893
33 414

49 248
77 742
70 247
93 517
1 640
57 459
21 548
4 266
17 281
35 912
34 417

49 621
79 316
70 200
89 708
1 838
57 321
21 522
4 229
17 293
35 799
30 550

89 135
54,097
28 299
6,739
1 031 581
281 205
3,160
278 045
276,026
2 018
415,700
43 633
372,066
207 729
37,407
16 477
2 677
18,254
19 704
5 777
12,301
1 222
23,884
26 653
1,909
35 060
994 612
163,669

97 903
58,892
32 412
6,598
1 042 677
284 457
3 122
281 335
279 322
2 013
417,601
43 569
374,032
208 603
37,561
15 527
3 063
18,971
22 188
5 846
12 259
1 039
26412
26 713
1,859
35 327
1 005 492
160913

91 513
52,556
32 511
6,447
1 037 483
283 548
3 174
280 374
278 362
2 013
418,847
43 521
375,326
207 993
37,290
15 622
3 037
18,631
21 117
5 854
12 210
1 075
23 018
26 531
1,649
35 424
1 000 411
159 389

93 922
58,354
30 232
5 335
1 041 465
286 980
2 951
284 030
282 049
1 980
418 444
43 430
375 015
208 469
36 500
15 696
2 406
18 398
21 305
5 837
12 230
1 028
24 071
26 600
1 638
35 417
1 004 410
160 693

1,762,660

1,794,803

1,768,778

1,130,615
292 727
241 060
5 1 ,667
9 362
1,686
24,091
5 764

1,153,415
308 203
253 539
54 663
9 095
2 830
24,619
5 159

1,136,316
289 218
242 146
47 072
8 236
2 162
20,946
5 084

Mar. 16

Mar. 30

Mar. 23

Apr. 6

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
11
Investment account
.
...
....
12
State and local government, 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 in securities
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 depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions . . . .
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease-financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5
Other loans and leases net
All other assets . .
..
....

45 Total assets6

...

....

...

...

....

...

....

....

112,145
318 736
24 767
293 969
91 766

113,279
325 904
29 049
296 855
92 710

086
380
737
463
940
593
637
231
407
956
930

49,093
82 022
73 030
94 577
1 970
57 951
21,591
4 175
17 416
36 361
14 655

89 669
56,008
27 890
5 770
1 041 070
286 327
2 608
283 719
28 J 670
2 049
416 978
43 552
373 426
209 530
36 114
15 459
2 768
17 887
23 215
5 880
12 169
1 069
23 114
26 672
1 635
35 374
1 004 060
159 892

92 762
61,388
25 950
5 423
1 041 832
288 035
2 663
285 372
283 356
2 016
418 858
43 509
375 350
209 340
35 627
14 849
2 519
18 259
20060
5 945
12 131
1 064
24 031
26 741
1 634
34 971
1 005 227
158 500

91 996
56,739
29 412
5,845
1 ()44 144
289 044
2 688
286 157
284 430
1 927
422 036
43 427
378,608
209 239
37,219
15 016
3 010
19,172
16 712
6017
12 061
I 034
24 096
26 685
1,615
34 826
1 007 703
161 764

1,785,115

1,769,829

1,778,833

1,795,223

t ) 44 949
300 497
249 3 1 8
51 179
8 868
3 733
22,314
4 985

1 129 330
293 122
243 398
49 723
8 733
2 074
20,918
5 434

1 149,060
300 862
250 226
50 635
8 468
2 169
22,289
6 566

577

644

11 987
123 769
712,439
691 030
21 409
17 825
1 519
1 688
377

10,499
129 064
719,134
698 705
20 428
17 915

51
79
71
91
1
57
21
4
17
35
31

LIABILITIES
46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
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 owed to related institutions abroad




541

679

778

894

10,224
1 22 070
715,818
692,979
22 838
18 731
2,120
1,691
296

12 281
125 826
719,386
696 455
22 931
18 729
2,122
I 787
292

9 867
125 415
721,683
698 854
22 829
18 600
2,105
1 831
293

10 385
124 701
719 751
697 180
22 571
18 368
1 996
1 910
298

1,123 352
284 346
231 684
50 662
8 853
1 585
19,652
5 027
1 018
14 526
123 384
7 1 5 622
693 571
22 051
17 962
1 887
1 898
304

334,325

339,661

326,350

337 425

o

346 720

345 919

140,208

22 937
311,388
134,562

25 982
313,679
137,722

6 037
320,312
141,275

15 338
322,087
138,369

18 584
328,137
135,089

14 291
331,627
139,694

6 466
333,741
141,055

1,599,502

1,630,797

1,603,941

1,620,743

1,605,161

1,614,942

1,630,322

163 158

164006

164 838

1 64 372

1 64 668

163 891

1 64 90 1

1,438,027
96 193

1,472,461
97 268

1 ,470,428
97 118

1,471,967
95 233

1,465,534
93 556

1,468,555
91 561

1,484,846
92 182

752
373
378

751
373
378

750
373
377

735
368
367

697
334
363

694
329
365

20 435
8,118

20 277
12,330

21 869
7 535

22 110
13,744

21 882
17,314

21 774
11,812

0

757
377
380
20 551
5,920

o

o

0

o

622
1 514
377

o

39

14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial hanks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Apr. 13

Account

Apr. 20

Apr. 2?

May 4

May 1 1

May 18

May 25

ASSKTS

17
IB
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
3H
19
40
41
42
43
44

.......

...
. . . . .

Federal funds sold"
.
. . . . . . .
To commercial bunks in the United States
To nonbunk brokers and dealers in securities
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 depository and financial institutions
Commercial bunks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
.
..
No n bank depository and other financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Lease =1 inane ing receivables
Lh'ss: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve5*
Other loans and leases, net
All other assets

45 Total assets*'

.

..

..

..

108,545
322 80!
27,796
295 CX)5
91,874

1 1 1 ,076
119 241
27 129
292 111
90 018

101,279
3 1 2 93 1
24,357
288 573
87 106

108,99?
314 903
26 163
288 741
86 7 1 5

103, 8? 1
112 811
25,766
2H? (14?
86 05 1

104,052
11? 121
26 647
285 676
85 365

105,717
108 215
23,803
284 41 *
86, TO

48,427
81 808
7?, 897
94 3?H
1,618
58,263
2K686
4,4 1 0
17,275
36,577
14,277

49 535
78 842
73 716
94 *»93
1 773
58,041
21,710
4,391
17 319
36,331
34479

50,484
77 955
73 029
94 047
1 784
57,727
21,719
4,412
17 307
36,008
34 536

49 196
78 668
71 962
95 939
I 776
57,873
21,613
4,467
17 146
36,260
36 290

48 192
78 491
74 114
94 8? 5
I 806
57,791
21,59?
4,448
1? 148
,16,196
15 276

49 600
77 07(1
71 641
94 (>6H
1 868
57,65?
2 1 ,568
4,43?
17 131
36,090
15 142

48,711
76 505
72,624
95 761
2,21?
57,928
21,595
4,439
17 156
36,333
35,595

96,296
59 596
31,140
5,560
1,041,445
287,130
2,858
284,272
282 360
1,9L^
424 268
43,540
380 729
210,023
35 872
14,860
2,579
18.434
17,787
6,0 ! 9
12,126
9H6
?2,511
26 722
1 ,6 1 3
34 797
1 ,007,035
161,268

91 330
59 165
26,209
5,956
1 ,048,670
291 070
2,972
288 098
286 160
1,938
421 889
43 753
378 136
211,154
35 747
15,354
2 443
17,950
17,439
6,106
12 129
1 ,075
25 231
26 831
1 619
34 704
1,012,348
160 572

100447
65 794
29,398
5,256
1,047,784
290 490
2,882
28? 608
285 8 1 3
1 ,795
421 048
43,844
377 204
212,306
35 823
16,008
2 232
17,583
18,509
6,09?
12 104
1,011
23 555
26 840
1 ,669
34 585
1,011,529
159 2?5

92 311
59 ?30
26 757
5,824
1 052 9 1 3
293 9?7
2 964
291 013
289 12?
1 886
424 CX)9
43 850
380 159
212,921
36 692
16,832
2 311
17,548
15,860
6 141
12 124
1,015
22 989
2? 185
I 648
34 92 1
1 ,0 1 6 344
164 597

97 088
65 662
?5,995
5,412
L0S2 611
2l>2 2 1 1
1,101
289 109
2H? 281
1 827
4? 5 896
43 915
181 961
213,244
^6 044
16,241
2 214
17,589
16,323
6,175
12 016
992
11 <P2
2? 211
1 ,656
15 061
1,015,914
1 64 4?B

96 788
62 999
28 147
5,642
1 ,052 878
292 214
1.197
289 017
28? 214
1 821
421 906
44 113
179 791
214,106
16 184
17.117
2 561
16,705
16,178
6,231
! 1 992
1,112
21 451
2? ?8S
I 657
15 054
1,016 167
1 56 542

9< 067
62 466
27,560
5,041
1,051,558
292 109
3,100
289 CX)9
2H7 191
1,816
421 561
44,155
179 405
213,826
16 120
17,205
2 675
16,439
17.101
6,254
1 1 990
1 ,OHH
22,018
2? 293
1 ,659
15 026
1,014,873
151,870

1,790,122

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
1 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 local government, by maturity
11
One year or less
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
1 6 Other trading account assets

1,788,860

1,779,458

1,793,091

1,789,039

1,780,539

1,771,523

1,147,134
3CK) 322
252,504
47,818
8,763
2,255
2 1 ,084
5 030
729
9,957
128,424
718 388
698, 005
20 384
17 788
610
I 611
376

1,131 ,055
292 226
243,429
48 797
10,032
3 420
20,381
5 195
588
9 182
127 229
711 600
689,102
22 498
17 676
2 832
1 614
376

1,119,976
286 899
236,453
50 446
10,148
1 061
20,285
5 304
1 ,028
10 619
122,056
711 020
688,336
22 685
17 755
2 8(K)
1 7S7
374

1 , 1 34 603
292 879
241 862
490!?
10 286
2 091
21 9^s
5 5CX)
585
8 618
125 789
715 915
693,148
2? 787
17 852
2 6?8
1 882
376

1,1 28.9S 1
?88 046
?4 1,772
46 274
8,61!
I 919
20,509
5 282
631
9 282
121 406
717 498
694,356
21 142
1$ 1 1!
2 706
1 940
383

1,118 684
281 51X1
215 04?
46 45 1
8 613
1 H91
20,52?
5 l?5
795
9 479
!22 636
714 548
691,192
23 156
18 141
2 684
1 944
385

1 , 1 15,821
?8I 071
234,619
46 412
8,908
1 716
21,392
4 891
546
8 959
1 2 1 ,465
7 1 1 284
689,884
21 401
18 V7I
2,692
I 961
37?

33? 390
150
9 174
328,066
140,540

351 964
0
31 776
320,188
141,012

35! 712
0
33 421
318,331
142,807

350 074
0
12 498
317,575
144,655

149 626
0
It) 5*>8
319,098
I47,0'l()

141 566
0
11 610
329,955
154,???

114 060
0
8 8?1
325,23?
158,245

1,625,064

1,624,031

1 614,514

1,629 312

1,62s, 587

1,617 027

1,608,125

165 058

164 829

1 64 924

161 759

163 452

161513

161 398

1,482,265
93,488
694
329
365
21 958
14,868

1,479,015
95,373
693
329
364
22 026
18,920

1,473,407
95,477
695
329
366
22 107
21,185

1,479,505
96,505
700
329
371
22 141
1 6 82?

1.475,507
96,690
7CK)
328
371
2? 281
18,283

1,476,541
96,10?
699
128
171
22 598
31 62?

1 ,470,950
96,707
69H
328
370
22 199
3?, 128

LlAHIUTIHS

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits f
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 Nontrunsuction balances
..
...
5H
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 money''
..
65 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Bunks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money'1
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

M)-:MO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted, plus securities 8
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates*1
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents'"
Net owed to related institutions abroad

40



14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
June 1

June 8

146,157
312,363
25,362
287,001
88,799

103,790
310,531
24,030
286,502
88,556

130,236
312,414
24,660
287,754
87,850

106,464
310,003
21,900
288,103
89,979

107,735
308,633
20,960
287,673
89,836

124,807
313,554
24,211
289,342
87,173

110,265
312,283
23,141
289,142
87,412

..

49,679
75,731
72,792
95,941
1,980
58,093
21,530
4,507
17,023
36,563
35,869

50,352
75,229
72,365
94,544
1,947
58,046
21,511
4,534
16,977
36,535
34,551

50,581
76,921
72,402
95,007
1,878
58,093
21,522
4,605
16,917
36,571
35,036

50,117
76,542
7 1 ,465
97,228
1,902
57,804
21,580
4,643
16,937
36,224
37,523

50,206
76,789
70,842
101,044
2,011
58,174
21,592
4,557
17,035
36,581
40,860

50,217
77,487
74,466
101,909
1,811
57,863
20,899
4,461
16,438
36,964
42,235

49,929
77,719
74,082
105,374
1,768
58,017
21,012
4,522
16,490
37,005
45,590

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

96,279
62,848
27,376
6,055
1,061,545
293,904
3,131
290,773
288,913
1,860
426,279
44,253
382,026
214,707
38,348
18,072
3,168
17,108
15,943
6,279
1 1 ,947
1,014
25,627
27,496
1,623
34,979
1 ,024,943
157,402

97,544
64,080
27,610
5,854
1,055,957
291,544
3,182
288,362
286,565
1,797
427,269
44,227
383,042
213,044
37,490
17,395
3,001
17,094
16,121
6,292
11,889
977
23,755
27,577
1,622
34,991
1,019,344
154,320

101,158
64,358
31,307
5,493
1,063,775
294,027
3,264
290,763
288,999
1,764
426,865
44,374
382,491
214,247
38,584
18,601
3,131
16,852
18,874
6,328
1 1 ,879
952
24,410
27,609
1,635
35,090
1,027,050
158,195

93,807
65,394
23,411
5,002
1,063,067
295,583
3,067
292,516
290,770
1,745
425,942
44,232
381,710
216,073
37,924
18,781
2,969
16,174
17,604
6,355
1 1 ,843
1,064
22,904
27,776
1,676
34,996
1,026,396
152,849

96,833
69,006
22,609
5,218
1,068,042
294,888
3,150
291,738
289,993
1,745
428,864
44,350
384,515
217,311
38,744
19,506
2,799
16,439
16,874
6,438
1 1 ,977
998
24,075
27,871
1,662
34,688
1,031,692
153,393

96,662
67,320
22,991
6,351
1,077,485
297,933
2,916
295,018
293,301
1,717
430,700
44,405
386,295
217,944
40,986
20,936
3,187
16,863
16,173
6,508
11,871
1,180
26,192
27,999
1,652
34,401
1,041,432
157,420

90,280
60,744
23,370
6,166
1,073,650
297,111
2,936
294,175
292,450
1,724
432,382
44,473
387,909
218,296
40,402
21,094
2,766
16,542
15,574
6,539
1 1 ,828
1,071
22,346
28,101
1,672
34,719
1,037,260
157,357

1,833,085

1,780,073

1,824,060

1,786,747

1,799,329

1,835,783

1,812,820

46 Deposits
.
47
Demand deposits7
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 . . .

1,170,136
328,271
268,427
59,844
9,682
4,120
30,756
5,432
645
9,210
125,954
715,911
692,580
23,331
18,298
2,571
2,080
382

1,132,682
288,489
242,969
45,520
7,547
1,908
20,501
5,920
583
9,060
125,768
718,425
694,911
23,514
18,702
2,551
1,877
383

1,172,746
330,450
258,072
72,379
9,388
23,161
24,965
5,280
623
8,962
126,148
716,148
693,063
23,084
18,193
2,522
1,942
428

1,109,740
277,173
232,273
44,900
8,876
2,259
18,851
5,017
906
8,990
121,593
710,975
688,144
22,830
17,958
2,500
1,944
428

1,118,573
290,046
243,568
46,478
8,632
2,371
19,366
5,497
725
9,886
121,272
707,255
685,777
21,477
17,379
2,151
1,548
400

1,163,078
321,553
268,879
52,674
9,077
1,981
25,699
6,347
607
8,963
127,385
714,140
692,935
21,205
17,130
1,986
1,688
401

1,134,947
293,280
248,810
44,469
8,000
1 ,755
18,769
5,732
576
9,638
123,757
717,910
696,012
21,899
17,437
2,305
1,754
403

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) .

346,327
0
1 1 ,442
334,885
150,208

335,784
0
2,666
333,117
145,638

337,125
0
6,500
330,624
148,059

362,774
0
29,477
333,297
147,310

362,812
0
33,358
329,454
151,246

353,105
2,241
6,502
344,362
152,300

348,634
0
6,826
341,808
160,180

1,666,672

1,614,103

1,657,930

1,619,824

1,632,630

1,668,483

1,643,761

166,413

165,970

166,130

166,922

166,699

167,301

169,059

1,485,207
95,995
698
328
370
22,395
28,450

1,477,101
97,939
693
328
365
22,341
25,157

1,489,395
96,766
691
328
363
22,218
28,302

1,479,930
95,174
690
328
363
22,104
30,518

1,486,040
91,283
681
328
354
22,044
32,778

1,501,354
93,576
676
327
349
22,539
28,955

1,499,750
96,695
675
326
349
22,065
35,876

Account

June 15

1

June 22

June 29

July 6

July 13

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
11
Investment account
12
State and local government 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

..

45 Total assets6
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 affiliates 9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U S residents10
Net owed to related institutions abroad




41

14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
July 20

Account

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 17

Aug. 10

Aug. 24

ASSETS
103,753
307,160
21 513
285,647
85,991

17
IB
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

...

. . . .

41 Total assets6

105,535
313,928
24 974
288 955
94,580

101,118
313,304
24 678
288 626
94,702

96,643
316,076
27 754
288,322
94,342

103,053
311,466
24 642
286,824
92,745

47 620
77 329
75 483
102 707
2,123
58 609
21 243
4 558
16 685
37 366
41 975

46 812
77 864
69 698
100 349
2,098
58 737
21 131
4 676
16455
37 606
39 514

46 888
78,106
68 930
100 116
1,779
59 210
21 186
4 703
16483
38 025
39 147

47 501
78,337
68 142
101,446
1,7H8
59,014
21 213
4,716
16497
37, HOI
40 644

47 390
78,594
68095
102,089
1,774
59 313
21 324
4,762
16 562
37,989
41 002

97,349
65,739
25 330
6,280
1 078 9 1 8
298,696
2 920
295,776
294 068
1,708
432 844
44,733
388 111
219,668
40,289
21 259
2,656
16,375
16 201
6,514
11 750
1,104
23 616
28 237
1,695
34,726
1 ,042,497
152 616

94,029
61 593
26 211
6 225
1 078 433
298 659
2 942
295 717
294 028
1 690
432 322
44 747
387 575
220 772
40 355
21 788
2405
16,162
16 312
6 573
1 1 801
1 013
22 319
28 306
t 686
34 707
1 ,042,040
149 891

95,914
65 340
24 546
6 027
1 084 965
299 978
3 070
296909
295 167
1 741
434 77 1
44 858
389 913
222,228
42 296
22 603
3 054
16,639
15 213
6 593
I t 773

89,963
59 702
23 764
6497
1 086 602
300,308
3 1 17
297,191
?95 517
1,674
435 907
44,799
391 IOS
223,035
40 813
21 900
2,667
16,246
15 897
6 655
1 1 633

97,450
66,452
23 639
7,359
1 092 250
301,424
3 126
298,297
296 550
1,747
436 547
44,940
391 608
225,101
41,888
22 600
2,846
16,442
15 984
6,639
11 614

961

972

969

22 668
28 484
1 683
34962
1,048,320
1 56 805

22 891
28 491
1 689
34,998
1,049,914
151 977

23 550
28 535
1,681
35,022
1,055,547
154 444

93,475
63,067
22991
7,417
t 092 2 1 5
299,886
3 087
296,799
295 144
1 ,654
436096
45,040
391 056
226,791
41,104
22 566
2,380
16,158
17 484
6 615
I I 849
1 ,003
22 758
28 630
1 675
34,986
1 ,055,554
146 133

1,806,370

Federal funds sold3
To commercial banks in the United States
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others^
.
Other loans and leases gross
Commercial and industrial
.
..
Bunkers acceptances and commercial paper
All other .
U S addressees
Non-U S. addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving, home equity . . . . .
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
..
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
.
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions
Hor purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
.. ..
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other loans4
Leaso=f inane ing receivables
;
Lt ss; Unearned income
.
.
..
.
Loan and lease reserve1*
Other loans and leases, net
All other assets

107,274
311,085
22 734
288 351
87,919

48 751
77,507
73 398
102,995
1,697
58,736
21 145
4,590
16 555
37,590
42 562

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 ycurs
9 Other securities
.
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
..
.
\2
State and local government by maturity
11
One year or less
.
.
.
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities . .
16 Other trading account assets

1,807,026

1 820,851

1,806,412

1,821,607

1,811,770

1,124,335
283 640
240,855
42 785
8,168
1,980
18 892
5,373

1,121,264
284 293
239 038
45 254
8 274
1 947
18 333
5 058

1,142,650
293 902
245 790
48 112
8,945
2 882
21 163
6059

1,135,034
285 3%
243,165
42 231
8,030
1 883
18 458
4 220

1,136,715
287 813
243,691
44 121
8,208
1 887
18 550
5 414

1,125,275
280 627
236 934
43 692
8,344
2 216

790

612

632

640

732

752

7,582
123 708
716,987
694,894
22,094
17 548
2 309
1,840
396

11 031
122 437
714,535
692,011
22 524
17 697
2 391
2 047
389

8 431
128 047
720,702
698 344
22 358
17 748
2 263
1 932
414

9,000
125 682
723,956
701,050
22,906
17 985
2 494
1 987
440

9,330
1 25 459
723,443
700,700
22,742
17 755
2 490
2,066
431

9 527
123 621
72 1 ,028
698,244
22 784
17 801
2448
2,103
432

352,268

354,988

351 947

LIAHIUTIKS
46 Deposits
,
47
Demand deposits^
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
SO
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 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)

42



..

349 916

o

346 657

342 495

250

0

0

t)

7 479
344,539
159,903

9 815
340 100
165,951

8 475
338 181
161,523

7 353
335 142
159,180

7 744
347,244
159,421

8 663
343 283
162,794

1,637 131

1 650 830

1 636 708

1,651 124

1,640,016

169 864

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

4452

1,636,506

69 Total liabilities

Mi-: MO
Total loans and leases, gross, adjusted plus securities'*
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 residents'"
Net owed to related institutions abroad

1 8 4<H)

169 896

170 022

169 703

170 483

171 754

1 499 423
96 569

1 502 873
97 361

I 507 212
97 866

1 508 403
98 400

1 518 170
98 565

1 513 612
98 197

671
326
345

670
327
343

680
327
353

680
326
354

679
326
353

672
326
346

21 972
42 804

22409
47 179

22 482
39 080

22 516
41 758

22 518
41 452

22 263
52 306

0

14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Aug. 31

Account

Sept. 7

Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 28

Oct. 5

ASSETS
113,464
313,609
26,422
287,188
93,048

122,393
311,970
25,435
286,535
93,671

112,698
313,521
25,693
287,828
93,411

103,517
306,625
24,798
281,827
92,434

105,083
302,190
21,500
280,689
93,188

i 1 1 ,935
301,060
22,463
278,596
92,226

.

49,574
77,124
67,442
103,921
1,835
61,082
21,420
4,830
16,590
39,662
41,004

49,788
76,449
66,628
101,135
1,641
61,068
21,411
4,935
16,476
39,657
38,426

50,318
77,292
66,807
101,655
1,574
60,959
21,458
4,964
16,495
39,501
39,122

44,981
77,955
66,457
101,103
1,523
60,847
21,453
4,975
16,478
39,394
38,733

44,661
77,067
65,775
103,547
1,639
61,045
21,346
4,977
16,369
39,699
40,863

43,329
76,849
66,192
104,833
1,437
61,693
21,424
5,244
16,179
40,269
41,703

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

101,872
68,982
25,545
7,345
1,101,053
300,577
3,135
297,441
295,873
1,568
438,328
45,194
393,134
228,318
43,855
23,469
3,737
16,650
18,094
6,565
1 1 ,827
980
23,667
28,843
1,658
35,081
1,064,314
148,154

91,795
61,109
23,130
7,555
1,097,603
299,833
3,223
296,609
294,979
1,630
439,460
45,194
394,266
226,550
43,948
23,580
3,393
16,974
15,060
6,515
11,683
1,157
24,422
28,977
1,648
35,156
1,060,800
150,485

95,072
63,115
24,003
7,954
1,100,176
300,964
3,207
297,757
296,102
1,655
440,807
45,272
395,535
227,942
44,092
24,076
3,060
16,956
15,630
6,530
11,528
1,032
22,528
29,123
1,659
35,168
1,063,348
151,058

101,662
69,743
24,231
7,689
1,105,853
304,606
3,060
301,547
299,979
1,568
440,506
45,381
395,125
229,190
42,961
24,337
3,082
15,542
15,580
6,504
1 1 ,527
1,170
24,655
29,154
1,663
35,155
1,069,036
146,418

99,586
70,129
21,275
8,181
1,107,095
304,544
2,895
301,649
300,040
1,609
440,889
45,505
395,384
229,548
43,618
25,464
2,871
15,282
15,476
6,472
11,545
998
24,676
29,329
1 ,654
34,789
1 ,070,652
146,501

90,122
58,554
23,379
8,189
1,114,021
307,454
2,885
304,569
302,798
1,771
444,202
45,821
398,380
230,279
43,292
25,140
2,454
15,698
15,365
6,500
1 1 ,488
947
24,618
29,878
1 ,633
34,651
1,077,737
148,605

1,845,334

1,838,577

1,837,351

1,828,362

1,827,558

1,834,292

1,144,734
299,759
253,115
46,644
8,432
2,394
19,738
5,792
647
9,641
125,276
719,699
697,373
22,326
17,509
2,440
1,952
425

1,157,728
305,115
256,601
48,514
8,061
2,025
23,053
5,559
654
9,161
128,973
723,640
701,587
22,053
17,641
1,986
2,002
424

1,148,774
300,120
254,292
45,827
7,982
3,936
19,691
5,155
618
8,445
127,101
721,553
699,830
21,724
17,360
2,000
1,919
445

1,119,641
281,784
237,343
44,441
8,612
2,806
17,743
5,543
648
9,088
123,273
714,584
693,778
20,807
16,841
2,001
1,514
451

1,121,413
289,886
242,315
47,570
8,324
1,857
19,657
5,669
672
11,392
121,391
710,136
689,348
20,788
16,762
1,999
1 ,579
448

1,143,405
299,716
253,417
46,299
8,059
2,313
21,038
5,144
788
8,957
126,690
716,999
696,484
20,515
16,749
1,678
1 ,639
449

363,390
0
17,269
346,121
165,895

342,044
0
2,004
340,039
166,546

351,140
0
4,401
346,739
164,115

371,803
275
34,351
337,176
164,460

366,993
0
22,655
344,338
167,684

346,183
0
2,833
343,350
172,093

1,674,019

1,666,318

1,664,029

1,655,904

1,656,090

1,661,681

171,315

172,259

173,322

172,459

171,468

172,611

1,528,005
96,584
672
326
345
22,961
52,535

1,517,814
97,113
671
326
345
23,332
50,617

1,523,233
97,251
671
329
342
23,167
46,507

1,521,165
93,926
674
329
345
23,259
51,127

1,516,824
91,286
663
329
334
22,688
51,644

1,526,342
92,693
678
328
350
22,756
53,932

1 Gash 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
...
1 0 Trading account
.
1 1 Investment account .
12
State and local government by maturity
13
One year or less
14
More than one year
..
15
Other bonds corporate stocks, and securities
1 6 Other trading account assets
.
.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

...
...
.

.

...
.

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

MBMO
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 owed to related institutions abroad




43

14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial hanks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Oct. 12

Account

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Nov. 16

Ass UTS
122 724
300,595
22 994
277,601
92 063

17
IH
19
20
?1
2?
23
24
2*>
26
27
2H
29
30
31
3?
33
34
35
36
37
3H
39
40
41
42
43
44

,.

45 Total assets'1

105 836
302,049
24 840
277,209
91 555

1 14 500
305,250
26 698
278,552
92 576

102 414
300,346
22 978
277,169
9? 439

1 19 811
302,513
26 552
275,961
91 677

42 014
76,952
65,416
109 179
1,622
61 824
21,521
5 257
16,266
40 300
45,734

42 937
77,482
65 236
119 219
1,637
61 788
21,531
5 258
16,274
40 257
55,794

43 096
77,879
65 001
119 9H4
1 841
62 473
21,586
5 368
16,218
40 887
55,668

42 S41
77,085
65 104
U? 314
1.721
62 711
21,564
5 406
16,158
41 147
52,902

41 115
74,922
66,227

98,436
68 930
24,060
5 446
1 1 1 5 96 1
306 695
3 243
303 452
301 655
1,797
444 860
45 864
398 996
230 958
45 804
26 196
3 001
16 607
15,226
6467
11 549
1 057
23,393
29 951
t 635
34 754
1 079 572
149 588

93,058
61,196
26,731
5 132
1 1 1 6 922
307,752
3 393
304,359
302 541
1,818
444 788
45 912
398 876
231 554
45,778
26 347
2,538
16 892
16,027
6 423
11 571
922
22,006
30,10J
I 624
34 565
1 080 734
143 821

99,002
69 578
24,205
5 220
1 119 232
307,431
3 278
304,152
302 274
1 ,878
445 543
46 034
399 508
232 033
45,850
26 498
2,738
16 614
16,933
6 358
11 572
92B
22,342
30 242
1 624
34 528
1 083 080
135 703

99,143
6H 350
25.6tX)
5 193
1 1 30 061
309 789
3 270
306 5 1 9
304 5 SO
1 ,969
449 016
46 OH6
402 949
233 526
47,479
27 331
3,081
1 7 067
1 6,296
6 157
11 453
925
24,832
30 372
t 596
34 611
1 093 857
141 883

99,777
70 180
23,794
5 801
1 129 041
308,672
3 141
105,529
103 495
2,034
450 1 1 1
46 10 1
404 CXW
214 4iSl
46,612
27 121
2,328
17 161
17,041
6 HI
1 1 VH
9?9
22,910
10,575
1 59H
14,826
1 092 6 1 7
118,791

97,740
6H.K77
23,333
5 529
1 1 14 465
310,725
1 271
307,452
IDS 212
2,200
450 47 1
4(> 140
404, AW
211 641
48,041
28 145
2,829
17 067
17,006
6 M4
1 1 296
1 ,095
25,250
10 598
I 609
34,765
t 098 092
1 16,620

1,855,359

Federal funds sold" . . .
To commercial banks in the United States . .
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others11
.
Other loans and leases gross
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances and commercial pupcr
All other
.
..
U S addressees
Non-U.S. addressees
Real estate loans
Revolving home cuuity
All other
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions
For purchasing and currying securities
To finance agricultural production .
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
AH other loans*
Lease-financing receivables
.
..
Li*ss" Unearned income
Loan und lease reserve^
..
..
Other loans and leases net
All other assets
..
..
...
...

110 588
301,649
25 308
276,340
91 958

42,402
77,106
66,030
104 443
1,685
61 729
2 1 ,400
5 237
16,163
40 329
41,029

1 Cash und balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government securities .
3
Trading account
4
Investment account .
...
5
M or (gage- bucked 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 local government, by maturity
1i
One year or less
14
More than one year
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities
16 Other trading account assets . . . , . ,

1,839,028

1,844,889

1,874,617

1,851,279

1,871,136

1,154,553
311 400
260,473
50927
8,015
1 858
25 065
5,819
848
9 323
124 525
718 628
698 004
20 624
16 836
1 776
1 562
449

1,124 01?
284 673
242 298
42 376
7,985
1 H91
18 665
5 021
640
8 173
123 106
716 238
695 801
20437
16 853
1 724
I 414
446

1,122,329
283 596
237,908
45 688
8,237
1 957
1 8 608
5,293
733
10 860
121 733
717 000
696 417
20,583
16 933
1 711
1 490
448

1.147,340
?99 722
251,176
48 146
8,755
2 554
21 206
5,777
756
9 298
125 644
721 974
701 365
20,609
16 93?
1 725
1 519
433

1,135,826
287 t 1 9
244,352
42 767
7,607
2,262
18 171
4,81 1
69 A
9 ^21
125 756
722 95 1
702 468
20,481
1 6 968
1 545
1 49 ^
478

1,154,967
108 1 1 1
257,254
5 1 ,058
9,180
1,157
22 064
5,508
774
10 174
125 659
720 996
700 7 1 6
20,280
16,941
1 421
1 477
439

358,247
0
3 569
354 678
169,098

362 132
0
12 377
349 755
178,686

361,470
54
12 580
348 836
186,790

369,640
0
20 508
349 112
1 84, 1 79

158,220
54
6 177
151 990
183,329

358,147
0
4 526
151 621
184,412

1,681,898

1,664,835

1,670,589

1,701,160

1,677,375

1,697,525

1 73 46 1

174 193

174,301

173,457

171,904

173,611

1 524 309
94,325
682
339
343
22 857
51 043

1 533 266
95,347
681
338
343
22 369
61 863

I 543 427
96,452
681
339
342
22 734
62,201

1 558 761
97,943
681
339
142
22,743
52 021

1 149 19S
97,486
677
119
118
22,662
56,750

1 554016
96,876
669
' 138
^31
22,646
58,805

nc> 120

1,810
62 187
21,610
5 187
16,223
40 977
51.903

LIAUIMTIUS
46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
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
Bttnks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
55
Certified und officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . .
57 Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
50
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 moneys .
65
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66 Treasury tax and loan notes
...
.... ...
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money'*
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

MKMO
Total loans and leases, gross adjusted, plus securities*3
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. residents 10
Net owed to related institutions abroad

44



14. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1994—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Nov. 23

Account

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

ASSETS
120,520
299 736
21 680
278 056
93,470

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 assets6

115,476
303 538
23 768
279 770
95 691

117,958
299 060
21 152
277 908
95 871

132,405
->93 447
17 1 16
^76 331
95 031

45 063
73,844
65 083
114,478
1 849
62,670
21 697
5,469
16 227
40,973
49 959

45 730
73 574
65 083
112 142
1 660
62 360
21 447
5 463
15 984
40,913
48 122

44 878
74 478
64 724
111 914
1 758
62 341
21 426
5 457
15 969
40,915
47 816

43 503
74 490
64 044
110 937
2 053
62 126
21 413
5 482
15 931
40,713
46 757

43 660
73 722
63 918
1 12 453
9 [3*5
62 079
21 450
5 481
15 969
40,629
48 239

105 780
72,972
27 298
5 510
1,134 335
311 851
3,295
308 555
306 435
2 120
451 242
46 368
404 874
233,446
48 905
28,749
3 211
16,945
16 004
6,300
11 392
914
23 533
30,749
1 611
34,704
1 ,098 020
134 877

107 882
78,287
24406
5 189
1 142 810
311 904
3,420
308 484
306 210
2 274
453 826
46 596
407 231
236,291
48 380
27,923
3 608
16,849
18 628
6 347
11 493
1,077
23 899
30 965
1 595
34 721
1 106 495
140 527

105 518
74,846
25 029
5 643
1 137 188
309 494
3,252
306 242
303 939
2 302
455 731
46 641
409 090
231,768
51 102
3 1 ,444
2 796
16,862
15 668
6 236
11 396
924
23 824
31 044
1 606
34 616
1 1 00 966
138 614

105 276
75,277
24 761
5 237
I 142 977
310 512
2,976
307 536
305 353
2 183
456 617
46 503
410 1 14
233,961
50 978
31,607
2 697
16,674
16 059
6 232
1 1 324
931
24 984
31 382
1 756
34 554
1 106 667
140 944

111 556
80,831
26 152
4 "574
1 154 995
315 537
3,019
312 519
310 438
2 081
457 057
46 557
410 500
236,814
52 298
32,516
2 884
16,898
17 636
6 286
11 338
888
25 601
31,540
1 769
34,460
1 118 766
143 1 14

107 395
79,951
21 494
5 951
1 156 11 2
315 058
2,680
312 377
110 299
2 078
456 774
46 686
4 1 0 089
239,684
52 758
32,792
2 839
17,127
16 034
6 394
1 1 299
942
25 413
31,757
1 764
34,267
1 1 20 08 1
1 38 276

1,891,745

1,870,755

1,883,814

1,901,391

1 ,904,057

1,147,375
302 406
253,224
49 182
8 976
2,867
20 748
6 115
1,466
9 010
125 070
719 899
699,058
20 841
17 242
1,402
1,671
526

1,156 356
308 990
259 554
49 435
9 648
2 342
20 655
6 508
680
9 603
125 698
721 668
700,571
21 097
17 372
1,426
1,773
526

1 150 453
298 537
252,667
45 870
8 807
1 821
20 093
5 574
761
8 813
128 745
723 170
703,411
19 760
17 341
304
1,592
523

1 155 160
306 954
259 477
47 477
9 375
3 058
19 260
5 772
598
9 414
126 770
721 436
702,127
19 309
17 015
301
1,470
523

1 157 187
307 919
259,194
48 726
10 405
2,462
19 612
*> 538
846
9 862
128 378
720 889
700,705
20 185
16 965
1,278
1,409
533

1 171 828
327 595
274,434
<H 162
9 845
2,100
23 141
5 910
816
1 1 ,350
127 581
716 652
696,697
19 954
16 833
1 ,279
1 ,329
513

364,079
100
4 322
359,657
189,694

380 588
0
15 354
365,234
180,973

365 098
607
139
364,353
180,546

366 424
0
2 785
363,639
187,301

383,337
765
28 145
354,427
187,425

366,041
0
9 835
356,207
192,554

1,701,147

...

109,554
303 960
24 765
279 195
94 807

1,874,620

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

119,632
302 730
24 125
278 605
94,615

44 240
74,028
66 318
115,687
1 775
62,855
21 709
5,392
16 317
41,146
51 058

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

1,717,917

1,696,097

1,708,885

1,727,949

1 ,730,423

173,473

173 828

174 658

1 74 929

173,442

173,634

1,553,817
97,827
667
337
330
23,034
67,806

1,561,690
98 283
670
340
330
23,211
56 965

1,552,518
97 797
660
340
320
23,196
60,737

1,556,821
97 108
668
340
328
23,205
64 994

1,563,202
96,300
667
339
328
23,222
66,050

1,556,665
95,806
617
298
319
23,048
75,307

LIABILITIES
46 Deposits
,
.
47 Demand deposits7
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 securities*
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates 9
Commercial and industrial .
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net owed to related institutions abroad




....

45

15. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 5

Jan. 12

Jan. 19

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

Feb. 16 Feb. 23

Mar. 2

Mar. 9

Mar. 16 j Mar. 23 Mar. 30

Assti'rs
1 Cash and balances due from
depository institutions
16,510 1 6,045 16330 15,488 16,413 15 792 16 144 14,904 15,244 15,765 15,933
15,932 16,412
2 U.S. Treas u ry a n d govern men t
36,390 36,338 36,749 36,629 36,558 35,720 36 427 36,116 35,844 37,562 37,150 39J54 38,776
agency securities
8 865
8 688
8 405
8,670
8 535
8 496
8 608
8 625
8 388
3 Other securities
8 566
8 741
8 890
8 676
23,862 23,467 29,344 25,529 31,106 29,627 27,315 29,092 23,563 21,621 22,293
4 Federal funds sold 1
24,738 27,290
5 To commercial banks in the
7,377
6,296
2,513
6,753
5,184
7,438
United States
6476
6,677
3,929
5 922
4,433
5,853
9,688
17,566 20,954 22,591 20,345 23,729 23,705 20,839 19,403 16,885 17,692 17,861 18,885 19,852
6 To others 2
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 158,395 157,962 156,508 154,924 154,635 156,555 156,079 155,497 157,253 158,081 160,548 159,088 160,813
S Commercial and industrial . . . 96,296 96,289 96,066 95,373 94,416 94,540 94,644 94,370 94,173 94,878 97,459
97,439 98,614
9
Bankers acceptances and
3,112
3,353
3,282
3,304
3,154
3,380
commercial paper . . . .
3,427
2,977
2,971
3,269
3,170
3,142
3,123
92,942 93,007 92,761 92,219 91,304 91,398 91 217 91,393 91,202 91,755 94,190 94,269 95,214
10
All other
.....
89,724 89,780 89,511 88,885 88,000 88,078 87,926 88,061 87,881 88,317 90,738 90,709 91,498
11
U.S. addressees
3,304
3,219
3,227
3,250
3334
3,321
3,736
3,291
3,332
3,452
3,561
3,321
12
Non-U.S. addressees . . . .
3,438
13 Loans secured by real estate . . 29377 29,380 29,366 29,515 29,402 29,443 29,482 29,256 29,111 29,140 28,973 28,853 2H,477
14
Loans to depository and
financial institutions . . . . 23,435 22,973 22,565 21,620 21,773 22,847 21,536 21,474 21,954 22,374 22,895 22,678 23338
15
Commercial banks in the
5,327
5,756
5,885
5,703
5,279
4,813
5,449
United States
5057
4,833
5,049
5,128
5,450
5,203
1,821
1,924
1,722
1,912
1,911
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
1,880
1,817
2,284
2310
2,349
1,986
1,966
2,376
17
Nonbank financial
15,768 15,177 14,982 14,519 14,724 16,216 14,493 14,718 14,939 14,869 15,161 15,165 15,540
institutions
1 8 For p u re basing an d c arry i ng
4,452
5,163
5,105
4,157
4,030
6,121
5,177
6089
7,341
6,914
5,692
securities . . .
5,950
7,605
1 9 To foreign governments and
797
529
525
585
634
545
594
619
612
601
579
599
official institutions
. ..
895
3 795
3 734
3,747
3 594
3,690
3,769
3,753
3 653
3,727
3,827
3,718
20 All other
3 827
3,797
21 Other assets (claims on
32,803 32,753 31,207 31,745 32,516 33,013 32,993 32,096 33,142 32,399 30,331 31,586 31,196
nonrelatcd parties)
22 Total assets1

304,398 305,527 305,241 297,930 304,913 299,675 298,149 295,155 295,783 294,024 295,335 299,168 301,453

LlAHIUTIHS

23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly
related institutions
24 Demand deposits4
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26 Other
27 Nontrunsuction accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29 Other .
30 Borrowings from other than
directly related institutions .
31 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

97,946
4,567

97,429
4,498

96,047
4,644

98,113
4,889

92,671
5,183

94,964
4 802

94,284
4 760

93,391
4,892

89,980
4 H34

87,661
4,369

89,286
4,559

89,858
4,506

90,288
5,194

3,722
846
93,379

3,515
983
92,931

3,770
874
91,403

3,636
1,253
93,224

3,762
1,421
87,488

3,631
1,171
90,162

3,680
1,080
89,524

3,805
1,087
88,499

3,820
1,013
85,147

3,563
806
83,292

3,627
932
84,727

3,604
902
85,353

3,891
1 ,303
85,094

63,996
29,382

64,303
28,628

63,407
27,996

65,817
27,408

61,993
25 495

62 691
27 471

61 876
27 648

61,730
26 768

59,247
25 899

57,941
25,151

58,935
25,791

59,093
26,260

58,191
26,903

72,808
37,537

75,186
40,556

78,008
42,848

70,659
38,339

82,102
47,574

73,471
39,235

67,450
34,260

67,781
33,641

70,642
35343

69,305
33,201

72,398
3H,777

67,932
34,987

65,572
31,944

10 152
27,385

10,889
29,667

10,415
32,433

10002
28,337

15 878
31,696

9 708
29,527

9 766
24,494

7 430
26,211

9 689
25,653

6 581
26,620

10 800
27,977

7 344
27,643

7 015
24,929

35,271

34,631

35,160

32,320

34,528

34,236

33,190

34,140

35,299

36,104

33,620

32,945

33,628

6 437
28,834

6 172
28,458

6 346
28,814

5 816
26,504

6015
28,513

6 227
28 009

5 514
27 676

5 639
28,501

5 115
30,185

5 515
30,589

6 109
27,511

6 231
26,714

5 948
27,681

29,864

30,191

28,671

30,239

30,509

30,251

30,239

29,743

30,521

29,489

26,792

28385

28,984

38 Total liabilities*

304,398 305,527 305,241 297,930 304,913 299,675 298,149 295,155 295,783 294,024 295,335 299,168 301,453

MHMO
39 Total loans (gross) and 1
securities, adjusted
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad

215,460 218,057 218,550 215,154 218,091 219,732 217,029 215,075 213,609 216,814 218,732 220312 222,662

46



76,206

72,447

75,819

73,839

74,442

80,586

85,726

85,681

82,579

87,580

86,404

92,711

98,313

15. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Apr. 6

Apr. 13 | Apr. 20Apr. 27

May 4

May 11

May 18 May 25

June 1

June 8

June 15 June 22 June 29

ASSETS
1 Cash and balances due from
depository institutions
15 695 16,116 16 334 16,824 16 381 16 686 17 244 17 131 17 109 17 066 16 457 16 818 18 1 13
2 U.S. Treasury and government
agency securities
41 128 41,176 40 089 39,920 39 482 39 227 38 317 37 429 38 692 39 613 40 037 39 806 40 295
8,592
8,887
9,478
9,956 10,136 10,584 10,725 11 057 10 993 10 608 10 749 10,895 10 830
3 Other securities
4 Federal funds sold1
25,055 26,813 24,234 28,989 24,474 25,961 23,110 26,134 25,187 25,328 21,791 26,416 29,026
5 To commercial banks in the
5,344
8,204
6,509
4,374
United States
8,062
7,028
7,152
7,039
9,419
5,872
8,879
8,299
4,312
19,711 20,304 19,860 20,785 17,446 17,900 15,958 17 255 19 315 17 029 17 478 19,377 19 607
6 To others2
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 159,397 157,253 159,542 159,492 157,963 157,393 157,987 157,314 156,357 155,406 155,869 155,036 155,894
8 Commercial and industrial . . . 98,462 97,360 99,167 98,852 98,428 98,422 99,122 99,507 99,225 98,778 98,977 98,983 99,088
9
Bankers acceptances and
3,812
3,794
commercial paper . . . .
3,582
3,820
3,662
3,662
3,444
3,279
3,250
3,315
3,476
3,246
3,255
94 650 93,778 95,346 95,058 94,767 94 760 95 679 96 031 95 910 95 532 95 723 95 704 95 819
10
All other
. .
90,887 90,151 91,701 91,347 91,074 91,072 91,860 92 130 92 153 91 805 91 870 91,735 91,884
11
U.S. addressees
3,762
3,710
3,627
3,645
3,693
3,955
12
Non-U.S. addressees . . . .
3,688
3,818
3,901
3,727
3,853
3,969
3,757
1 3 Loans secured by real estate . . 28,180 27,694 27,751 27,781 27,777 27,750 27,747 27,718 27,689 27,674 27,579 27,646 27,206
14 Loans to depository and
financial institutions . . . . 24,358 23,986 23,793 24,034 23,770 23,309 23,319 22,329 22,148 22,134 21,995 21,779 22,147
15
Commercial banks in the
5 414
5 610
5 377
5 367
5 454
5 411
5 413
5 478
United States
5 288
5 246
5 358
5 172
5 498
2,237
2,069
2,026
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
1,965
1,867
1,865
1,684
1,795
1,847
1,647
1 ,639
1,873
1,840
17
Nonbank financial
16,511 16,540 16,400 16,656 16,449 16 226 16 043 15 235 15 103 14 797 14 990 14,727 14 984
institutions
1 8 For purchasing and carrying
3,819
4,577
3,524
4,233
4,446
3,761
3 755
securities
3,636
2,798
3 706
3 260
3 350
2 878
19 To foreign governments and
815
656
official institutions
666
629
642
570
557
358
351
469
404
528
396
20 All other
3,579
3,599
3,655
3 471
3 498
3,750
3 515
3 579
3 606
3 572
3 565
3 538
3 526
21 Other assets (claims on
nonrelated parties)
31 161 30,980 31 499 29,717 32,968 34 501 33 170 32 857 34 185 33 589 32 247 32 745 13 725
22 Total assets3

300,366 300,028 302,481 301,952 301,896 305,380 302,247 302,999 305,954 305,441 301,179 302,923 308,870

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
....

87,282
4688

87,936
4,210

91,200
4275

90,056
4,611

92,586
4 194

91,598
4 325

92,217
4 220

93 318
4 433

91 944
4 670

89 069
4 352

88 436
4 559

86,913
4 350

88,786
5 194

3 728
961
82,594

3,498
713
83,725

3,550
725
86,925

3,497
1,115
85,445

3,432
762
88,391

3 405
920
87,273

3 476
745
87,997

3 510
923
88 885

3 697
972
87 275

3 501
852
84 717

3 639
920
83 877

3 524
826
82,563

4 101
1 091
81,592

55,980
26 614

56,929
26,797

59,267
27,658

58,072
27,373

59,846
28,545

58,721
28 551

58,639
29 358

58 783
30 102

57 134
30 141

55 462
29 254

55,078
28 799

54,270
28 293

54,833
28 759

70,869
37 749

72,973
37,648

72,867
37 172

69,435
35,753

67,027
32 658

71,127
34 485

69,019
29 976

68,060
30 762

73,321
36 238

75,554
38 296

74,709
17 462

73,960
36 31 1

75,845
36 586

9435
28,314

8,093
29,555

8,161
29,011

8,168
27,585

6,977
25,681

9 392
25,093

5 980
23,996

6 866
23,896

7 676
28,562

10 754
27,542

9 495
27,967

8 007
28,324

9 077
27,508

33 121

35 325

35 695

33 682

34 369

16 642

39043

37 297

37 083

37 258

37 247

37 629

39 259

6,029
27 091

5,969
29,356

6,393
29,302

6,900
26,782

7,053
27,317

7,451
29 191

6,888
32 156

6,693
30 604

7,214
29 869

7,125
30 133

6,980
30 266

7,005
10 621

7,742
11 518

27,153

28,163

27,925

27,791

29,784

30,338

30,298

29 909

29 858

29,693

28 029

28,348

29,989

38 Total liabilities6

300,366 300,028 302,481 301,952 301,896 305,380 302,247 302,999 305,954 305,441 301,179 302,923 308,870

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and 7
securities, adjusted
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad

223,219 222,243 223,602 224,739 219,574 219,816 217,576 217,810 220,186 217,158 218,775 219,702 221,148




95 724

92,153

89,184

97 615

92 008

91 290

89 020

90 637

87 400

87 295

85 975

92,496

93 263

47

15. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

July 6

July 13

July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 31 | Sept. ? Sept. 14 ] Sept, 21 Kept 2K

ASSHTS
1 Cash and balances due from
depository institutions
16,929 16,117 16,339 16,548 16,121 15,777 16,276 15,472 15,891 14,441 13,973 15,022 15,437
2 U.S. Treasury and government
39,969 39,513 39,870 39,578 39,152 39,306 40,122 40,823 41,299 41,273 41,078 41,342 40,438
agency securities
1 1 784
1 1 179 12 211
10,916 1 0 907 10 906 10 877 10 876 10 832 1 1 160 1 1 429 1 1 5 1 9 1 1 50 1
1 Other securities
4 Federal funds sold1
29,026 28,972 30,220 3 1 ,660 28,934 30,564 27,071 27 4 1 3 30 426 24 85 1 28,006 29,814 30,893
5
To commercial banks in the
8,702
6,884
10,074
7,151
7,390
8,224
United States
9,939
6,720
9,387
7,028
5,551 10,080
5,330
6 To others^
18,952 21 821 21 518 21,721 22 049 23 844 20 043 21 862 20 145 19 520 20 616 21 610 21 S06
156,384 159,323 158,731 158,768 157,66H 158,100 158,504 159,480 158,820 159,349 160,645 159,890
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 155,792
8 Commercial and industrial . . . 99,211 100,189 101,658 100,936 100,344 101,015 101,308 101,214 101,339 101,242 101,374 102 J 36 101,102
9'
Bankers acceptances and
3,530
3,457
3,529
3,219
3,286
3,480
3,614
3,270
3,334
commercial paper . . . .
3,616
3,488
3,365
3,27H
95,925 96,709 98,128 97,480 96,815 97,399 97,694 97,726 97,974 97,963 98,103 98,802 97,883
10
All other
91,900 92,647 93,936 93,359 92,671 93,299 93,554 93,582 93,811 93,792 93,818 94,594 93,721
11
U.S. addressees
4,192
4,121
4,144
4,025
4,061
4,100
4,246
4,208
4,163
12
Nun-U.S. addressees . . . .
4,140
4,144
4,163
4,171
1 3 Loans secured by real estate . . 27,006 27,049 27,090 27,063 26,984 26,966 26,980 26,940 26,948 26,972 26,903 26,761 26,677
14
Loans to depository and
financial institutions . . . . 21,907 21,825 23,228 23,600 23,925 22,719 22,584 23,486 23,356 23,529 23,715 24,104 24,915
15
Commercial banks in the
5,199
5,102
4 825
4,684
4,794
4,872
4,748
United States
... .
5,109
4,653
5 134
4 602
4 625
4,610
1,772
1,784
1,826
1,874
2,012
16
Batiks in foreign countries . .
1,778
1,847
1,819
1,760
1,826
1,919
1,956
1,768
17
Nonbunk financial
15,209 15,258 16,346 16,617 17,045 16,298 16,214 16,527 16,835 16,947 17,016 17,408 18,274
institutions
1 8 Ft) r p u re h as i n g an d c arry i ng
3,290
3,705
3,166
3,393
3,484
securities
3,391
3,235
3,592
3,082
3,345
2,985
3,793
3,043
19 To foreign governments and
111
331
548
338
149
141
328
127
129
366
official institutions .
327
328
346
3,592
3,152
3,598
3,608
20
All other
3,619
3,554
3,568
3,559
3,638
3,831
3,533
3,696
3,690
2 1 Other assets (claims on
34,211 35,894 34,885 34,063 36,559 35,857 34,900 34,314 35,562 35,267 35,194 33,180 33,186
non related parties)
22 Total assets* . . .

308,476 309,643 313,117 313,540 313,088 314,049 311,238 313,289 320,262 313,129 314,743 318,578 319,085

LtAUIUTIHS

23 Deposits or credit balances owed
to other than directly
related institutions
24 Demand deposits4 .
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26 Other
27 Non transact ion accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29 Other . . . .
30 Borrowings from other than
directly related institutions .
3 1 Federal funds purchased''
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
1

86,748
4,930

88,666
4,546

90,917
4,601

92,082
4,251

88,828
3,889

89,610
4,228

91,278
4,186

93,017
4 276

93,292
4 639

93,843
4 362

94,454
4 454

96,408
4,781

98,065
5,415

3,987
943
81,818

3,580
966
84,120

3,351
1 ,250
86,316

3,387
864
87,831

3,161
728
84,940

3,352
877
85,382

3,2H(>
9(X)
87,091

1 127
1 150
88,740

3 794
845
88,653

3 721
64 1
89,481

1,719
714
90,001

3,776
1 (K)H
91,624

4,047
1,168
92,649

53,292
28,526

54,870
29,250

56,913
29,403

57,677
30,155

56,714
28,226

56,427
28,955

57,720
29,371

59,148
29 193

59,919
2H 714

61,127
28 154

61,526
2H 474

62,195
29,428

63,54?
29,102

78,925
39,029

79,747
38 941

79,840
41 090

76,387
37,562

79,432
40 700

79,084
41 454

77,084
38 027

74,778
37 002

81,837
41 9S4

78,031
41 812

74,679
19 104

78,988
44 ?60

74,714
19,021

9,990
29,039

8,799
30 143

9,136
31 954

7,553
30 009

7,775
32 926

7,895
33 119

7,637
10 390

6 129
10 873

10281
31 671

7980
11 852

7 047
12 417

9,698
14 162

8,204
10 8 1 9

39,896

40 805

38,750

38,825

18 732

37 630

19 057

17 776

39 882

16 199

11 171

14 728

11,691

7,3HB
32,508

7,512
33 294

7,432
31 318

7,024
31 802

7,277
31 455

6,845
30 785

6,553
12 504

6 446
3! 131

6 47B
11 404

6 861
?9 118

6 945
*>% 210

7,048
27 680

7,117
2H 111

30,101

32 216

31 182

31 375

32 155

32 882

11 383

11 816

11 314

12 147

12 160

10 801

1) 116

38 Total liabilities'

308,476 309,643 313,117 313,540 313,088 314,049 311,238 313,289 320,262 313,129 314,743 318,578 3 J 9,085

Mi-: MO
39 Total loans (gross) and 7
securities, adjusted
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad

220,757 223,878 226,508 225,709 225,744 226,997 224,815 227,484 228,042 226,490 228,CX)2 230,493 229,291

48



91 069

87 160

89 603

91 614

89 995

88 428

87 885

88 325

85 714

81 712

87 690

81 400

87 980

15. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—
Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14 Dec. 21 Dec. 28

ASSKTS
1 Cash and balances due from
15,309 15,819 15,625 15,861 14,700 14,984 14,954 15,677 15,481 15,723 16,633 17,115 17,987
depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government
40,319 40,377 40,722 38,697 38,659 37,688 38,494 37,868 37,757 36,749 35,935 36,322 37,614
agency securities
12,476 12,377 12,449 12,518 12,494 12,351 12,261 12,624 12,550 12,605 12,839 12,760 12,855
3 Other securities
28,902 29,978 27,165 26,615 25,981 26,238 23,403 26,462 30,071 33,324 31,769 29,973 35,824
4 Federal funds sold1
5 To commercial banks in the
9 692 10 444
7,282
United States
7,456
6 786
5 686
4 921
9 094
7 230
6 614
6 514 10 018
7 181
6 To others2
19,210 19,534 19,882 19,160 !9,195 20552 18 482 19 948 20 053 26094 24 588 21 359 26 710
7 Other loans and leases, gross . . . 159,808 160,009 161,669 161,959 162,554 163,066 164,471 164,837 166,162 166,958 168,189 172,187 170,760
8 Commercial and industrial . . . 102,458 102,326 103,635 103,523 104,021 104,491 105,521 105,967 106,891 106,511 106,882 108,268 107,554
9
Bankers acceptances and
3,285
2,957
3,167
3,097
commercial paper . . . .
3,096
2,889
3,143
3,668
3,180
3,179
3,620
3,101
3,328
10
All other
. . . . 99 292 99 041 100,538 100 566 101 131 101 396 102 378 102 787 103 790 103 332 103 553 104 649 103 887
95,128 94,851 96,469 96,594 97,116 97 402 98,368 98 656 99 692 99 289 99 485 100 397 99 7)1
11
U.S addressees
4,164
4,069
4,189
3,972
3,994
12
Non-U.S. addressees . . . .
4,015
4,174
4,043
4,251
4,010
4,098
4,131
4,069
13 Loans secured by real estate . . 26,450 26,329 26,222 26,212 26,135 26,096 26,134 26,093 26,079 25,902 25,914 25,845 25,788
14 Loans to depository and
financial institutions . . . . 24,128 24,456 24,707 24,897 24,761 24,898 25,119 25,496 25,288 26,395 27,024 28,694 28,545
15
Commercial banks in the
4,804
4,775
4,940
5,094
5,300
5 129
United States
5,785
5 190
5 417
6013
5 361
5 386
5 716
2,014
2,087
16
Banks in foreign countries . .
2,120
2,103
2,005
1,998
1,994
2,097
1,949
1,987
1,912
1,800
2,052
17
Nonbank financial
institutions
17 266 17 637 17,647 17 495 17 669 17 764 17 935 18 160 18 127 18 991 19 375 20 629 20 661
18 For purchasing and carrying
2,990
securities
2,932
3,351
3 361
3 463
4 784
3 677
3 432
3 799
4057
3 943
4 325
5 090
19 To foreign governments and
357
346
official institutions
358
335
378
381
356
338
380
372
423
369
395
3 476
3 65()
3 493
3 552
3 586
20 All other
3 396
3 840
1 867 1 710
3 566
3 518
3 480
3 850
2 1 Other assets (claims on
34,465 35,299 35,179 35,573 36,344 36,901 36,581 37 506 38 679 45 231 45,571 41,442 42,775
nonrelated parties)
22 Total assets3

315,396 320,204 319,613 317,871 318,204 320,672 318,253 321,610 325,715 337,439 338,716 338,782 343,194

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 .
31 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
38 Total liabilities

6

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and 7
securities, adjusted
40 Net owed to related institutions
abroad




96,518
4 333

95,876
4 545

96,895
4,107

97,885
4 261

96,149
4 046

98,385
4 198

97,645
4 173

99 184
3 878

98,952 101 181 102,21 1
3 864
3 892
3 885

99,722
4 126

99,639
4,737

3,652
682
92,184

3,653
892
91,332

3,382
725
92,789

3,394
867
93,624

3,414
632
92,103

3 412
786
94,187

3 464
709
93,472

3 198
680
95,306

3 253
611
95,088

3 120
772
97,291

1 184
701
98,326

3 211
91^
95,596

1,911
826
94,902

62,350
29 834

61,159
30 172

62,254
30,535

62,586
31 038

62,427
29,675

63,801
30 385

63,375
30 098

63,937
31 369

63,372
31 716

64,499
32 792

65,061
33 265

63,225
12 171

63,557
11,345

71,153
37 213

72,768
38 470

73,108
38 598

72,376
35 937

72,563
37 099

74,574
37 905

72,846
36 653

75,449
37 824

75,076
38 259

78,632
42 585

75,112
39 217

77,236
40 877

79,948
43 489

5,334
31,879

6,318
32,152

6,170
32,427

6,444
29,493

6,511
30,588

7,547
30,358

6,065
30,588

6,373
31,451

7,894
30,365

7,443
35,142

6,633
32,584

7,556
33,320

6,620
36,869

33,940

34,298

34,510

36,440

35,464

36,669

36,193

37,624

36,817

36,046

35,895

36,360

36,459

6 478
27 462

6 434
27 864

7,061
27,449

6,951
29 489

6,591
28 873

6 394
30 275

6 387
29 806

5 929
31 695

6 232
30 585

5 838
30 209

5 765
30 HO

6 746
29 614

6,425
30 034

31,491

32,937

32,034

32,363

34,060

33 784

33,390

34 665

35 844

42 825

43,190

40,588

40,192

315,396 320,204 319,613 317,871 318,204 320,672 318,253 321 610 325,715 337 439 338,716 338,782 343,194

227,039 227,492 229,782 227,034 227,807 228,529 228,518 229,892 231,160 236,989 235,815 238,615 242,174
92,119

92 278

90,771

88,599

87,960

84486

86 284

85 677

90 827

87 950

90,423

94 253

98,037

49

16. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding, 1994
A. Commercial paper
Millions of dollars, end of period; seasonally adjusted except as noted

Jan.

Item

2
3
4
5

Financial companies' 1
Dealer-placed paper
Total
222,156
Bank-related (not seasonally
1,896
adjusted)
Oirectlv placed paper3
Total ."
182,075
Bank -related (not seasonally
adjusted) . . . .
. . . . 23,620

6 Nonfinancial companies

4

. . . . 155,182

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

(kt.

Nov.

Dee.

557,768 553,497

559,915 563,454

572,925

566,502

574,856

588,271

580,510

595,382

223,549

216,982

207,180

213,623

214,313

222,780

214,718

214,300

222,019

215,733

223,038

1,653

1,890

1,766

2,009

1,959

1,876

2,082

2,114

1,998

1,837

1 ,995

186,318

194,527

199,803

198,158

199,555

199,561

201,047

204,595

206,264

203,584

207,701

25,899

24,856

26,613

26,381

27,000

29,209

28,385

29,769

31,636

30,290

29,582

150,478

146,259

146,514

148,134

149,586

150,584

150,737

155,961

159,988

161,193

164,643

559,413 560,345

1 All issuers

Apr.

Man

Feb.

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

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6

By basis
1 Imports into United States
8 Exports from United States
9 All other

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

30,994

31,061

31,775

29,867

30,659

30,390

30,448

31,164

30,413

29,760

29,835

11,258
10,248
1,010

11,727
10,758
969

11,643
10,888
755

11,533
10,601
932

12,334
11,273
1,061

11,608
10,838
770

11,543
10,824
719

11,299
10,475
824

11,061
9,931
1,130

1 1 ,689
10,548
1,142

1 1 ,783
10,462
1,321

753
18,983

693
18,641

625
19,507

465
17,869

453
17,872

386
18,396

325
18,580

388
19,477

332
19,020

234
17,836

410
17,642

10,649
7,123
14,020

....

Apr.

869
19,513

By holder
Accepting banks
....
Own bills
Bills bought from other banks . .
Federal Reserve Banks6
Foreign correspondents
....
Others . . . .

Mar.

11,410
9,953
1,457

I Total

Feb.

31,792

Item

10,707
6,872
13,414

10,554
6,708
13,800

10,834
6,723
14,217

10,396
6,367
13,104

10,625
6,576
13,458

10,956
6,399
13,035

10,486
6,458
13,505

10,985
6,575
13,604

10,674
6,754
12,986

10,272
6,688
12,800

10,062
6,355
13,417

17. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 1994'
Percent per year
Effective date

Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Nov

24
19
17
16
15

Rate

6.25
6.75
7 25
7.75
8 50

.
...

Averages of daily effective rates
Year

7.15

|

Jan.

6.00

50



|

Feb.

6.00

|

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

6.06

6.45

6.99

7.25

|

July

Aug.

7.25

7.51

|

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

7.75

7.75

8.15

8.50

18. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1994
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per year; figures are averages of business day data unless otherwise noted

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

. . . . 4.21
3.60

305

3.25
3.00

3.34
3.00

3.56
3.00

4.01
3.24

4 25
3 50

4 26
3 50

447
3 76

4 73
4.00

4 76
4 00

5 29

3.00

440

5 45
4.75

4.43
4.66
. . . 4.93

3 14
3.19
3 30

3.39
3.49
3 62

3.63
3.85

3 81
4.05

4 28
4.57

449

408

440

492

4 36
4 57
4 86

4 65
4 84
5 19

4 90
5 02
5 32

5 02
5 51
5 70

5 40
5 81
6 01

6 26
6 62

4.33

3.07
3 11
3.15

3.30
3 40
3.39

3.53
3 71
3.70

3.71
3 94
4.03

4 19

444
445

4 27
4 44
4 50

440
4 64
4 67

4 56
4 73
4 79

4 79
4 89

4.56

499

4 9!
5 36
5 30

5 30
5 67
5 58

5 93
6 12
6 17

4.56
4.83

3.10
3.21

3.40
3.56

3.73 ' 3.96
3.96
4.27

4.45
4 77

4.45
4 73

4.65
5 01

4.74
5 03

4.95
5 24

5 41
5 59

5.71
5 93

6.18
6 51

4.38
4.63
4.96

3.08
3.15
3.29

3.31
3.43
3.62

3.56
3.77
4.03

3.75
4.01
4.38

423
4 51
4.90

4 30
4 52
4.85

4 45
4 73
5 15

4.60
4 81
5.17

4.85
5 03
5.40

4 98
5 51
5 79

5 38
5 79
6.11

6.01
6 29
6.78

4.63

3.15

3.43

3.75

4.00

4 51

4 51

4 74

4.80

5.01

5 52

5 78

6.27

4.25

3.25
3 43
3.69

3.50
3 78
4.11

3.68
4 09
4.57

4 14

4 14
4 55
4 98

4 33
4 75
5 17

4 48
4 88
5 25

462
5 04
5.43

4 95
5 39
5 75

5 29
5 72

5.02

2.98
3 15
3.39

5.60
6 21
6.67

4.29
4 66
5.02

3 02
3 19
3.52

3.21
3 38
3.59

3.52
3 79
4.03

3.74
4 13
4.30

4 19
4 64

4 18
4 58
5 03

4 39
4 81
5 20

4 50
4 91
5 46

4 64
5 02
5 38

4 96
5 39
5 72

5 25
5 69

609

5 64
6 21
6.75

5 32
5.94
6.27
6.69
6.91
7.09
7.49
7.37

3 54
4.14

4 32
5.00
5 40
5.94
6 28
6.48
7.00
6.91

4 82
5.55
5 99
6.52
6.80
6.97
7.40
7.27

5 31

5.09
5 43
5.75
6.39
6.29

3 87
4.47
4 83
5.40
5 72
5.97
6.57
6.49

6 34
6 78
7 01
7 18
7 54
7.41

5 27
5 93
6 27
6.70
6 91
7.10
7 51
7.40

5 48
6 13
6 48
6 91
7 12
7.30
7 67
7.58

5 56
6.18
6 50
6.88
7 06
7.24
7 62
7.49

5 76
6.39
6 69
7.08
7 28
7.46
7 87
7.71

6 11
6 73
7 04
7 40
7 58
7 74
8 08
7.94

6 54
7 15
7 44
7.72
7 83
7.96
8 20
8.08

7 14
7.59
7 71
7.78
7 80
7.81
7.99
7.87

7.41

6.24

6.44

6.90

7.32

7 47

7 43

7 61

7.55

7.81

8 02

8 16

7.97

5.78
6.18
6 19

5 14
5.60
5 31

5 06
5.52
5 40

5 29
5.74
5 91

5.44
5.87
6 23

5 62

5 76
6 15
6 11

5 88
6 26
6 23

5 89
6.23
6 21

5 87
6.23
6 28

605

6 19

6 17
6 52

6 57
6 89
6 97

6 62
7.17
6 80

8.26

7 25

7 39

7.78

8.17

8 28

8 27

8 42

8 36

8 60

8 83

8 94

8.71

7.97
8.15
8.28
8.63
8.29

6.92
7 12
7.30
7.65
7 24

7.08
7 29
7.44
7.76
7.45

7.48
7.69
7.82
8.13
7.82

7.88
8.08
8.22
8.52
8.20

799
8 19
8.32
8.62
8 37

7.97
8 17
8.30
8.65
8 30

8 11
8 31
8.44
8.80
8 45

8.07
8 25
8.38
8.74
8 36

8.34
8 49
8.61
8.98
8 62

8 57
8 71
8.82
9 20
8 80

8.68
8 83
8.94
9.32
8 95

8.46
8.62
8,73
9.10
8.78

2.82

2 69

2.70

2.78

2.90

2 89

2 84

2 87

2 78

2 80

2 82

2 86

2.91

Year

Item
MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 - 3
2 Discount window borrowing2-4

.

3
4
5

Commercial paper*-5-**
I -month
3-month
6-month

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed*-5-1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

9
10

Bankers acceptances3-5*
3-month
6-month
,

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary market3-**
I -month
.
3-month
6-month

453
.

..

....

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

464

460
503

477

4 75
5 13

6n

608

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
2)
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities*2
1 -year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
. .
30-year

. ..

Composite
29 More than 10 years (long-term) . .

448

597

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series**
30 Aaa
3 1 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series14

602

CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues all industries15
34
35
36
37
38

.. ..

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa
A-rated recently offered utility bonds16

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio*1
39 Common stocks




. ..

51

18. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1994—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year; figures are averages of business day data unless otherwise noted
Week ending on date indicated

Jan. 7

Jan. 14 Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 1 1 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Mar. 4 Mar. 1 1 Mar. 38 Mar. 25 Apr. 1

MONI-Y MAKKKT INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 1 - 1
2 Discount window borrowing 2 - 4

3.00
3.00

2.98
3.00

3.13
3.00

2.97
3.00

3.17
3.00

3.20
3.00

3.25
3.00

3.25
3.00

3.28
3.00

3.25
3.00

3.19
3.00

3.31
3.00

3.49
3.00

3
4
5

Commercial paper* "s-6
1 -month
3-month
6= mo nth

3.21
1.26
3.37

3.12
3.18
3.29

3.13
3.18
3.28

3.11
3.15
3.26

3.14
3.20
3.32

3.41
3.50
3.63

3.46
3.54
3.66

3.47
3.63
3.79

3.57
3.78
3.96

3.61
3.84
4.06

3.61
3.84
4.08

3.67
3.88
4.14

3.68
3.88
4.13

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed**-1
!• month
3-month
6 month

3 11
3.18
3.20

3 05
3.09
3.15

3 06
3.1!
3.13

3.03
3.07
3.13

3 08
3.13
3.16

1 34
3.42
3.39

3 36
3.45
3.44

3 37
3.51
3.50

1 45
3.62
3.62

1 52
3.70
3.72

1 51
3.71
3.68

^ 59
3.75
3.73

3.60
3.75
3.77

9
10

Hankers acceptance!?*-*1'
3-month
6-month

3.16
3.28

3.09
3.20

3.07
3.19

3.07
3.17

3.19
3.32

3.40
3.54

343
3.58

3 SI
3.73

1 67
3.88

1 7S
3.95

1.72
3.94

1 7S
4.00

1.75
4.02

\\
\1
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
'market™
\ -month
3-month
6-month . . .

3.15
3.22
3.37

3.07
3.13
3.27

3.06
3.12
3.27

3.06
3.12
3.26

3.10
3.20
3.36

3.32
3.43
3.60

3.35
3.47
3.64

3.41
3.57
3.81

3.53
3.71
3.94

3.54
3.77
4.0!

3.52
3.75
4.111

3.60
3.81
4.09

3.64
3.84
4.15

3.23

3.13

3.13

3.13

3.20

3.43

3.44

3.55

3.68

3.75

3.75

3.79

3.80

3.05
3 23
3.46

2.97
3 14
3.38

2.96
3.12
3.36

2.93
3.13
3.35

3.08
3.24
3.49

3.25
3.40
3.69

1 27
3.43
3.70

3 35
3.58
3.82

1 47
3.68
3.95

1 S2
3.77
4.09

1.S2
3.81
4.11

1 49
3.81
4.15

3.50
3.81
4.21

3.10
3.29
n.a

3.02
3.18
1 52

2.99
3.15
n.a.

2.96
3.14
n.a.

2.99
3.16
n.a.

3.24
3.40
3.59

3 28
1.43
n.a.

1 33
3.53
n.u.

1 40
1 61
n.a.

1 5?
3.75
4.03

i.v;
3.85
n.a.

1.61
3.90
n.a.

3.50
3.85
n.u.

3 63
4.25
4.59
5.21
5.58
5.85
6.48
6.36

3 52
4.10
4.43
5.03
5.37
5.69
6.34
6.24

3 51
4.11
4.45
5.06
5.41
5.74
6.38
6.29

3.51
4.10
4.44
5.05
5.38
5.74
6.35
6.29

3.66
4.24
4.57
5.14
5.46
5.80
6.38
6.30

3.85
4.43
4.81
5.36
5.67
5.94
6.52
6.42

3.88
4.48
4.85
5.40
5.73
5.95
6.58
6.51

4.01
4.67
5.03
5.60
5.94
6.15
6.76
6.68

4.16
4.80
5.19
5.74
6.08
6.29
6.86
6.79

4.28
4.93
5.32
5.85
6.20
6.40
6.95
6.87

4.31
4.98
5.37
5.91
6.24
6.45
6.96
6.87

4.36
5.06
5.45
6.00
6.33
6.52
7,02
6.92

4.46
5.18
5.62
6.19
6.53
6.72
7.18
7.06

6.35

6.20

6.22

6.21

6.23

6.39

6.45

6.63

6.75

6.84

6.86

6.93

7.10

5.15
5.64
5.34

5.15
5.62
5.31

5.15
5.60
5.29

5.10
5.53
5.28

5.04
5.47
5.25

5.05
5.50
5.36

5.06
5.51
5.42

5 12
5.58
5.58

5 12
5.58
5.84

5 27
5.72
5.88

S 12
5.78
5.84

5 15
5,80
5,92

5 19
5.83
6,07

33 Seasoned issues, all industries 11

7.34

7.20

7.24

7.23

7.24

7.35

7.39

7.54

7.66

7.73

7.75

7.79

7.95

Hating group
Aim
Aa
A
Baa
A- rated, recently offered utility
bonds 16

7.01
7.21
7.38
7.75

6.87
7.08
7.25
7.61

6.92
7.12
7.30
7.64

6.91
7.11
7.29
7.62

6.93
7.13
7.29
7.61

7.03
7.24
7.39
7.72

7.06
7.30
7.44
7.76

7.23
7.45
7.60
7.92

7.36
7.57
7.70
8.01

7.44
7.65
7.76
8.08

7.46
7.67
7.78
8.10

7.49
7,70
7.82
8.15

7.65
7.86
8.00
8.30

7.21

7.28

7.25

7.16

7.35

7.40

7.54

7.62

7.73

7.80

7.81

7.91

8.04

2.72

2.68

2.68

2.69

2.63

2.71

2.71

2.72

2.77

2.75

2.74

2.76

2.90

.

14 Bu rod o liar deposits, 3-month 1 - 1 " . . . .
U.S. Treasury hills
Secondary market*- 5
3= month
6-month
I -year .
Auction average'-1*-"
18 3-month
19 6-month
20
I -year
....
15
16
17

U.S.

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

TUKASURY NOTtLS AND BONIXS

Constant maturities '2
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
....
10-year
20-year .
30-year

Composite
29 More than 10 years (long-term)
STATK AND LOCAL NOTHS AND BONDS
Moodv's series 1 3
30 Aaa '
31 Baa
32 Bond ffuver series14 . . . .
CORPORA Hi BONDS

34
11
36
37
38

MHMO
Dividend -price ratio1 ?
39 Common stocks

52



18. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1994—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year; figures are averages of business day data unless otherwise noted
Week ending on date indicated

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

MONEY MARKKT INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 - 1
2 Discount window borrowing 2 ' 4 . . . .

3.69
3.00

3.37
3.00

3.59
3.00

3.59
3.00

3.76
3.00

3.70
3.00

4.02
3.14

4.22
3.50

4.27
3.50

4.13
3.50

4.21
3.50

4.19
3.50

4.19
3.50

3
4
5

Commercial paper3 s-6
1 -month
3-month
6-month

3.77
3.99
4.28

3.71
3.96
4.27

3.88
4.11
4.49

3.89
4.15
4.56

4.05
4.38
4.76

4.37
4.73
5.07

4.35
4.61
4.96

4.33
4.55
4.89

4.37
4.60
4.94

4.32
4.52
4.82

4.34
4.53
4.79

4.36
4.56
4.82

4.47
4.70
4.99

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed* -5-1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

3.67
3.87
3.94

3.60
3.84
3.96

3.78
4.01
4.09

3.81
4.07
4,15

3.97
4.23
4.26

4.30
4.60
4.53

4.25
4.48
4.50

4.23
4.42
4.49

4.28
4.48
4.52

4.23
4.40
4.48

4.23
4.41
4.48

4.27
4.43
4.51

4.37
4.54
4.55

9
10

Ba nkers acceptances* -5 •**
3-month
6-month

3.88
4.18

3.84
4.17

4.04
4.37

4.06
4.39

4.31
4.65

4.63
4.95

4.46
4.77

4.41
4.72

4.44
4.75

4.38
4.64

4.39
4.65

4.46
4.74

4.64
4.92

11
12
13

Certificates 3 of deposit, secondary
market -'*
1 -month
3-month
6-month

3.71
3.93
4.29

3.66
3.90
4.29

3.79
4.08
4.46

3.84
4.12
4.50

4.02
4.35
4.74

4.34
4.68
5.09

4.29
4.53
4.91

4.28
4.49
4.84

4.30
4.52
4.90

4.26
4.43
4.75

4.26
4.46
4.76

4.29
4.52
4.85

4.43
4.71
5.08

3.90

3.89

4.09

4.14

4.33

4.71

4.53

4.49

4.50

4.44

4.45

4.51

4.71

3 60
3.97
4.49

3.57
3.98
4.46

3.73
4.18
4.64

3.85
4.26
4.72

4.04
4.47
4.96

4.19
4.74
5.19

4.16
4.56
4.95

4.18
4.61
5.00

4.15
4.61
5.04

4.11
4.51
4.89

4.12
4.50
4.90

4.16
4.57
5.00

4.16
4.61
5.18

3.71
4.02
4.30

3.63
4.03
n.a.

3.76
4.21
n.a.

3.85
4.25
n.a.

4.00
4.41
4.77

4.32
4.81
n.a.

4.22
4.69
n.a.

4.23
4.63
n.a.

4.23
4.67
5.01

4.15
4.53
n.a.

4.16
4.55
n.a.

4.18
4.55
n.a.

4.20
4.60
5.04

4.71
5.44
5.92
6.47
6.81
6.97
7.41
7.29

4.70
5.45
5.91
6.47
6.78
6.93
7.39
7.26

4.90
5.66
6.09
6.60
6.85
7.03
7.44
7.31

4.99
5.67
6.08
6.56
6.77
6.96
7.34
7.22

5.23
5.91
6.30
6.76
7.00
7.16
7.51
7.38

5.49
6.15
6.54
6.98
7.22
7.37
7.69
7.56

5.23
5.85
6.20
6.65
6.87
7.06
7.44
7.31

5.29
5.94
6.30
6.73
6.94
7.14
7.54
7.40

5.31
5.94
6.29
6.70
6.90
7.09
7.50
7.36

5.16
5.80
6.13
6.54
6.76
6.97
7.39
7.27

5.18
5.86
6.21
6.65
6.87
7.08
7.50
7.38

5.30
5.99
6.32
6.76
6.97
7.17
7.57
7.46

5.47
6.14
6.46
6.89
7.11
7.27
7.67
7.55

7.34

7.31

7.36

7.27

7.44

7.62

7.36

7.46

7.42

7.30

7.41

7.50

7.59

5.39
5.83
6.34

5.45
5.86
6.22

5.46
5.88
6.19

5.47
5.91
6.16

5.53
5.95
6.18

5.58
5.97
6.32

5.66
6.05
6.14

5.72
6.11
6.13

5.74
6.12
6.09

5.75
6.13
5.96

5.76
6.15
6.04

5.77
6.16
6.16

5.77
6.16
6.28

8.11

8.26

8.41

8.19

8.27

8.26

8.16

8.33

8.41

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month1-10 . . . .

18
19
20

U.S. Treasury hilts
Secondary market 3 ' 3
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3'5'"
3-month
6-month
1-year

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities12
1 -year
2-year
3-year
....
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

....

Composite
29 More than 10 years (long-term) . .
STATE AND LOCAL. NOTES AND BONDS
Moodv's series**
30 Aaa "
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series14
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries 15 . .

8.21

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa
A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

7.90
8.11
8 25
8 56

7.87
8.06
8 21
8 51

7.93
8.11
8.25
8 55

7.81
8.01
8.14
8.46

7.97
8.17
8.30
8.59

8.12
8.32
8.45
8.74

7.89
8.10
8.23
8.53

7.98
8.18
8.21
8.62

7.96
8.16
8 31
8 fJ

7.85
8.06
8.20
8 51

7.94
8.14
8.27
8 63

8.02
8.23
8.36
8.73

8.11
8.31
8.43
8.80

8 22

8.25

8.18

8.27

8.51

8.46

8.23

8.30

8.19

8.21

8.32

8.41

8.49

2 88

2 90

2.93

2.88

2.88

2.95

2.87

2.86

2 85

2 83

2.81

2.85

2.88

34
35
36
37
38

MEMO
Dividend-price ra tio 1 7
39 Common stocks




53

18. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1994—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year; figures are averages of business day data unless otherwise noted
Week ending on date indicated
July 22 July 29

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

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30

July 8

July 15

4.38
3.50

4.30
3.50

4.30
3.50

4.28
3.50

4.28
3.50

4.26
3.50

4.35
3.64

4.66
4.00

4,72
4,00

4.74
4.00

4.70
4.00

4.73
4.00

4.66
4.00

4.53
4.78
5.12

4.55
4.80
5.18

4,44
4.69
5.07

4.46
4,73
5.16

4.45
4.71
5.13

4.54
4.82
5.21

4,74
4.90
5.24

4.79
4.90
5.18

4,80
4,90
5.15

4.82
4.92
5.17

4.87
4.95
5.24

4.93
5.07
5.39

5.01
5.17
5.50

MONKY MARKKT INSTRUMKNTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 - 3
2 Discount window borrowing2-4
3
4
5

Commercial paper3-**
1 -month
3-month
6-month

6
7
8

finance paper, directly placed*-*-1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

4.45
4.67
4.63

4.47
4.68
4.70

4.33
4.58
4,65

4,37
4,63
4,72

4.36
4.60
4.67

4.45
4.69
4.78

4.64
4.78
4.82

4.70
4.8)
4.84

4.71
4,81
4,86

4.74
4.81
4.87

4.76
4.H6
4.93

4.80
4.91
5.04

4. 88
5.00
5.13

9
10

Bankers ace eplan ces3 •s -K
3-month
6-month

4.72
5.04

4.69
5.05

4.59
4.96

4.61
5.01

4.61
4.94

4.71
5.05

4.80
5.07

4.79
5.04

4.81
5.05

4.81
5.07

4.88
5.17

5.01
5.35

5.13
5.44

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market*^
1 -month
3-month
.
6-month

4.49
4.78
5.19

4.50
4.78
5.20

4.40
4.65
5.07

4.40
4.70
5.16

4.40
4.68
5.07

4.50
4.79
5.20

4.69
4.86
5.21

4.74
4.87
5.19

4.75
4.88
5.20

4.77
4.89
5.23

4.80
4.96
5.32

4.88
5. OH
5.50

4.97
5.21
5.60

4.76

4.80

4.64

4.73

4.68

4.76

4.85

4.86

4.88

4.88

4.94

5.01

5.26

4.28
4.74
5.19

4.37
4.79
5.18

4.30
4.70
5.10

4.39
4.80
5.22

4.34
4.75
5.12

4.40
4.91
5.29

4.56
4.94
5.30

4.55
4.90
5.31

4.56
4.86
5.26

4.56
4.88
5.30

4.59
4.98
5.38

4.71
5.14
5.53

4.66
5.21
5.58

4.31
4.74
n.a.

4.50
4.94
n.a.

4.31
4.71
n.a.

4.43
4.83
5.20

4.35
4.75
n.a.

4.43
4.93
n.a.

4.59
4.99
n.a.

4.62
4.98
5.36

4.61
4.93
n.a.

4.58
4.89
n.a.

4,61
4.99
n.a.

4.61
5.05
5.38

4.79
5.22
n.a.

5.49
6.15
6.50
6.95
7.18
7.34
7.74
7.63

5.49
6.17
6.53
6.97
7.19
7.36
7.74
7.64

5.41
6.05
6.39
6.83
7.04
7.23
7.62
7.53

5.51
6.14
6.48
6.89
7.08
7.26
7.60
7.52

5.41
6.03
6.36
6.77
6.96
7.15
7.49
7.43

5.60
6.23
6.58
6.96
7.14
7.31
7.66
7.54

5.63
6.21
6.53
6.90
7.07
7.24
7.63
7.46

5.61
6.23
6.52
6.92
7.10
7.27
7.69
7.52

5.56
6.17
6.45
6.83
7.02
7.21
7.62
7.48

5.62
6.25
6.55
6.95
7.14
7.33
7.76
7.61

5.72
6.35
6.65
7.05
7.26
7.44
7.87
7.70

5.85
6.47
6. 78
7.17
7.38
7.54
7.93
7.78

5.92
6.56
6. 87
7.25
7.44
7.60
7.99
7.83

7.66

7.67

7.54

7.54

7.43

7.60

7.56

7.61

7.55

7.69

7.79

7.91

7.92

5.88
6.24
6.27

5.96
6.34
6.22

5.91
6.30
6.22

5.91
6.30
6.22

5.90
6.24
6.16

5.90
6.24
6.25

5.90
6.24
6.22

5.85
6.20
6.21

5.80
6.14
6.16

5.76
6.13
6.18

5.90
6.25
6.24

5.95
6.30
6.37

5.96
6,31
6,43

33 Seasoned issues, all industries'^ . . . .

8.48

8.48

8.36

8.36

8.26

8.42

8.35

8.41

8.37

8.50

8.59

8.67

8.73

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa . . .
...
A -rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

8.18
8.37
8.50
8.87

8.17
8.37
8.50
8.86

8.06
8.26
8.38
8.75

8.05
8.25
8.38
8.74

7.96
8.15
8.28
8.64

8.12
8.30
8.44
8.79

8.07
8.24
8.37
8.73

8.13
8.29
8.43
8.79

8.09
8.25
8.39
8.76

8.22
8.38
8.51
8.88

8.32
8.48
8.60
8.97

8.41
8.56
8.68
9.04

8.48
8,61
8.73
9,10

8.57

8.42

8.45

8.27

8.37

8.35

8.39

8.36

8.38

8.59

8.69

8.70

8.71

2.89

2.87

2.85

2.85

2.81

2.81

2.78

2.76

2.73

2.77

2.78

2.83

2.81

,
,

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3-10 . . . .

18
19
20

U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3-3
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average-1-5-11
3 -month
6-month
1-year

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities ' 1 -year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10- year
20-year
30-year

15
16
17

. .

U.S. TRHASURY NOTKS AND BONDS

Composite
29 More than 10 years (long-term)
STATK AND Ixxvu, Non:s AND BONDS
Moodv's series1*
30 Aaa '. .
3 1 Baa
32 Bond fiuver series14
CORPORATH BONDS

34
35
36
17
38

MHMO
Dividend- -price ratio11
39 Common stocks

54



18. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1994—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per year; figures are averages of business day data unless otherwise noted
Week ending on date indicated
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

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 - 3
2 Discount window borrowing2 4

5.07
4.00

4.62
4.00

4.72
4.00

4.72
4.00

4.77
4.00

4.74
4.00

5.22
4.21

5.53
4.75

5.85
4.75

5.47
4.75

5.48
4.75

5.56
4.75

5.45
4.75

3
4
5

Commercial paper3-56
1 -month
3-month
6-month

5.08
5.49
5.67

5.08
5.51
5.70

4.96
5.46
5.65

4.98
5.55
5.77

5.05
5.63
5.82

5.24
5.74
5.94

5.50
5.82
6.01

5.60
5.90
6.11

5.79
6.05
6.30

6.09
6.26
6.58

6.12
6.30
6.67

6,05
6.25
6.63

6.06
6.29
6.70

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed™-1
1 -month , ,
3 -month
6-month

4.99
5.21
5.27

4.96
5.41
5.31

4.84
5.37
5.28

4.88
5.45
5.33

4.96
5.47
5.32

5.16
5.59
5.42

5.41
5.71
5.63

5.49
5.79
5.76

5.68
5.95
5.95

5.94
6.11
6.13

6.02
6.18
6.24

5.90
6.12
6.18

5,86
6.11
6.19

9
10

Bankers acceptances*-**
3-month
6-month

5.42
5.60

5.40
5.55

5.38
5.56

5.45
5.64

5.52
5.73

5.63
5.83

5.74
5.95

5.77
6.01

5.99
6.26

6.17
6.51

6.20
6.55

6.14
6,53

6.23
6.61

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market™
1 -month
3-month
6- month

5.05
5.51
5.77

5.03
5.49
5.73

4.91
5.47
5.74

4.94
5.56
5.87

5.04
5.59
5.92

5.21
5.72
6.02

5.44
5.80
6.10

5.55
5.87
6.23

5.85
6.08
6.47

6,04
6.28
6.72

6.07
6.30
6.82

5.95
6.26
6.78

5.96
6.36
6.88

5.54

5.56

5.45

5.55

5.56

5.74

5.81

5.85

6.06

6.28

6.28

6.24

6.34

4.90
5.36
5.71

4.91
5.30
5.67

4.94
5.38
5.76

5.01
5.48
5.86

5.10
5.53
5.90

5.22
5.64
6.00

5.34
5.77
6.18

5.31
5.78
6.22

5.53
5.97
6.45

5.70
6.20
6.62

5.66
6.27
6.73

5.49
6.20
6.66

5.52
6.23
6.74

4.92
5.38
n.a.

4.92
5.34
n.a.

4.92
5.34
5.72

5.07
5.51
n.a.

5.07
5.51
n.a.

5.25
5.68
n.a.

5.29
5.72
6.09

5.40
5.85
n.a.

5.44
5.86
n.a.

5.83
6,33
n.a.

5.76
6,32
6.75

5.59
6.30
n.a.

5.56
6.24
n.a.

6.07
6.69
7.02
7.38
7.57
7.72
8.08
7.91

6.04
6.63
6.95
7.30
7.48
7.65
8.01
7.86

6.10
6.69
7.01
7.37
7.54
7.71
8.06
7.92

6.22
6.86
7.16
7.53
7.70
7.86
8.16
8.03

6.28
6.95
7.24
7.61
7.77
7.94
8.21
8.08

6.42
7.04
7.38
7.69
7.84
8.00
8.26
8.13

6.58
7.15
7.45
7.73
7.85
7.97
8.22
8.10

6.63
7.24
7.50
7.74
7.81
7.91
8.15
8.04

6.89
7.41
7.62
7.79
7.83
7.89
8.10
7.99

7.10
7.51
7.64
7.74
7.76
7.79
7.99
7.88

7.20
7.61
7.73
7.78
7.81
7.82
8.00
7.87

7.12
7.63
7,74
7.79
7.82
7.82
7.97
7.85

7.21
7.69
7.79
7.81
7.81
7.81
7.96
7.83

8.02

7.95

8.00

8.18

8.12

8.07

7.97

7.97

7.95

7.93

5.97
6.32
6.50

6.07
6.38
6.44

6.00
6.31
6.49

6.15
6.46
6.64

6.30
6.62
6.83

6.30
6.62
6.96

6.80
7.12
7.06

6.80
7.12
7.03

6.65
6.96
6.90

6.55
7.15
6.88

6.62
7.15
6.77

6.65
7.18
6.74

6.65
7.18
6.71

8.82

8.76

8.80

8.91

8.94

9.00

8.96

8.89

8.84

8.74

8.73

8.71

8.70

8.57
8.70
8.81
9.20

8.50
8.65
8.76
9.14

8.54
8.69
8.80
9.18

8.65
8.80
8.91
9.29

8.68
8.83
8.94
9.32

8.74
8.88
9.00
9.37

8.70
8.85
8.97
9.33

8.63
8.78
8.89
9.26

8.57
8.73
8.84
9.21

8.47
8.63
8.75
9.11

8.46
8.62
8.74
9.10

8.45
8.60
8.71
9.08

8.43
8,59
8.70
9.08

8.80

8.73

8.87

8.85

9.05

9.00

9.00

8.80

8.81

8.78

8.79

8.75

8.78

2.87

2.80

2.78

2.84

2.82

2.83

2.83

2.93

2.91

2.93

2.91

2.90

2.89

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month 310 . . . .
U.S, Treasury bills
Secondary market3 5
3-month
6-month
1 -year
Auction average35 "
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
28

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

Composite
29 More than 10 years (long-term) . .

8.16

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moodv's series**
30 Aaa
31 Baa
32 Bond Buver series14
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries 15 . . . .
34
35
36
37
38

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A .
Baa
A-rated, recently offered utility
bonds16

MEMO
Dividend-price ratio*1
39 Common stocks




55

19. Stock market: Selected statistics, 1994
A. Prices and trading volume
Averages of daily figures
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Common Mock prices (indexes)
1 New York Stock Exchange
(Dee. 31 1965 ••- 50)
2
Industrial
3 Transportation
.
4
Utility
5
Finance

254 16
315.32
247 .17
104.96
209.75

262 11
320.92
278.29
112.67
218.71

261 97
322.41
276.67
116.22
217.12

257 12
318.08
265.68
107.72
211.02

247 97
304.48
250.43
105.04
208.12

249 56
307.58
244.75
102.89
211.30

251 21
308.66
246.64
103.27
215.89

249.29 256.08
307.34 316.56
244.21 244.67
102.73 105.61
210.91 214.77

6 Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941=43 •- It)) 1

460.42

472.99

471.58

463.81

447.23 450.90 454.83 45 1 .40 464.24

7 American Stock Exchange
(Aug. 31, 1973 ^ 50)-

449.49 481.14

476.25

465.72

437.01

Indicator

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
8 New York Stock Exchange
9 American Stock Exchange

437.54

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

257 61
322.19
239.10
102.30
211.90

255 22
321.53
230.71
101.67
203,33

252.48
319.33
227.44
100.07
198.38

248. 6S
313.92
218.93
100.0!
195.25

466.96 463,81

461.01

455.19

444.89 456.31 456,25

445.16

427.39

Aug.

436.08 430.10

290,652 313,223 307,269 311,096 301,242 269,812 265,341 250,382 277,877 292,356 301,327 297,001 302,049
17,951 19,211 19,630 19,481 15,805 15,727 18,400 14,378 15,874 18,785 20,731 18,465 18,745

B. Customer financing
Millions of dollars, cnd-of-pcriod balances
Indicator
1 Margin credit at broker-dealers3
Free credit balances at hrokers4
2 Margin accounts*

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee,

61,250

62,020

61,960

60,700

59,870

60,800

61,930

63,070

61,630

62,150

61 .(MM*

61,160

12,125
26,020

12,890
25,665

13,185
26,190

13,175
24,800

12,715
23,265

12,560
28,585

12,620
25,790

12,090
24,400

12,415
25,230

12,875
24,180

13,635
25,625

14,095
28,870

C. Margin requirements
Percent of market value and effective date6
Type of security or sale

1 Margin stocks . .
2 Convertible bonds
3 Short sales

56



Mar. I I , 1968

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

70
50
70

80
60
80

65
50
65

55
50
55

65
50
65

50
50
SO

20. Federal fiscal and financing operations, 1994
Millions of dollars
(Calendar year

Fiscal
year

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

U.S. budget*
Receipts total
On-budget
Off-budget
Outlays total
On-budget
Off-budget
Surplus or deficit ( — ), total
On-budget
Off-budget

.. .
.

Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing from the public
1 1 Operating cash (decrease or increase ( — ))
12 Other2
MEMO
13 Treasury operating balance (level, end
of period)
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loan accounts




....
.. ..

1,277,793
939,494
338,299
1,462,938
1,181,158
281,212
-184,471
-241,664
57,087

652,236
471,871
180,365
710,620
571,125
139,498
-58,386
-99,254
40,867

3 1 8 050
236,296
81 754
371,424
291 620
79,905
= 53 371
-55,324
1 849

155,735
23,143
5,593

58,957
- 1 ,268
697

35,942
6,848
29,094

..

H2

184,998
16,564
2,053

MBMO
13 Treasury operating balance (level, end
of period)
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loan accounts

HI

1,257,453
922,161
335,026
1,461,067
1,460,557
279,372
-203,370
- 260,023
55,654

Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing from the public
1 1 Operating cash (decrease or increase { - ))
12 Other2

Year

26,580
7,161
19,419

May

\
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

U.S. budget*
Receipts total
On-budget
Off-budget
Outlays, total
On-budget
Off-budget
Surplus or deficit ( — ) total
On-budget
Off-budget

June

Feb.

Mar.

122 961
94,391
28 570
107,713
83 522
24,191
15 248
10,869
4 379

73 186
47 191
25 995
114 752
88 835
25 918
-41 566
-41 644
77

93 108
64,612
28 496
125,422
100 260
25,163
-32 315
-35,648
3 333

141 121
104,306
37 015
123,867
1 (K) 620
23,247
17 454
3,686
13 768

37,109
15,049
1 213

-6 933
-8,089
-226

31 633
19,666
-9 733

26,51 1
-6,461
12 265

-21,801
-4,124
8,471

50,991
9,356
41,635

35 942
6,848
29 094

57 812
21,541
36 271

38 146
4 886
33 259

44 607
6,181
38 426

48,731
7,965
40,766

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Apr.

83,541
55,362
28,179
115,597
89,727
25,871
-32,057
-34,365
2,308

138,119
106,009
32,110
123,269
108,161
15,108
14,850
-2,152
17,002

84,822
60,140
24,682
118,020
93,158
24,862
-33,198
-33,018
-180

97,333
70 944
26,389
121 608
95,274
26 329
-24,284
- 24 330
60

135,895
105 212
30,683
131 796
103,188
28 714
4,111
2 024
1 ,969

89,024
65 385
23 639
120 365
95,307
25 059
-31,342
- 29 922
- 1 ,420

87,673
62 083
25,590
124,911
99,464
25,412
-37,242
-37,38!
1 38

130,810
103,859
26,951
135,613
123,642
1 1 ,298
-4,130
-- 19,783
15,653

27,649
21,537
-17,129

1,898
-23,797
7,049

-3,245
30,706
5,737

52,350
-9,815
- 1 8 25 1

- 1 1 996
-5,842
13 727

32 457
-480
-635

40,528
9,366
- 12,652

-13,316
476
16,970

27,194
5,675
21,519

50,991
9,356
41,635

20,285
3,683
16,603

30,100
5 994
24,100

36,422
6 848
29,094

36,422
5 164
31,258

27,056
5,348
21,709

26,580
7,161
19,419

57

21. U.S. budget, 19941
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
contributions 3
11
Self-employment taxes and
contributions 3
12
Unemployment insurance . .
13
Other net receipts4
14
15
16
17

Feb.

Mar.

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

1,277,791 122,%1

73,186

93,108 141,321

83,541 138,117

84,822

97,333 135,895

89,024

87,673 130,810

548,526
465,449

74,167
36,838

28,424
37,335

29,917
42,805

60,038
34,979

24,384
35,706

58,122
37,724

37,372
35,360

43,170
40,459

57,964
35,201

43,239
40,4HO

37,414
37,8B2

54,315
50,680

73
159,968
77,532

37,798
470

10
1,468
10,388

14
4,434
17,336

17
47,201
22,160

12
5,359
16,692

9
21,677
1,279

6
3,793
1,786

1
4,016
1,305

1
24,811
2,050

0
3,919
1,160

2
1 ,857
2,327

0
3,635
579

158,928
14,264

4,761
844

2,888
1,294

17,234
1,660

21,994
1,408

3,847
1,030

29,812
697

4,581
776

4,079
971

28,921
1 ,656

5,513
2,043

2,682
1,185

32,616
700

468,442

36,983

35,989

36,957

50,323

46,540

41,509

34,046

39,292

40,37 1

32,687

37,387

36,358

435,327

Year

Jan.

Apr.

May

June

Sept.

Dee.

35,831

32,957

35,976

47,348

35,749

40,853

32,222

34,020

39,614

31,263

33,786

35,708

24,897 -1,589
794
28,478
358
4,633

1,577
2,664
367

1,630
522
459

13,754
2,605
370

1,577
10,426
364

3,813
290
366

93
1,399
424

0
4,880
391

3,578
346
411

464
1,073
351

0
3,249
352

0
230
420

56,506
20,542
15,268
24,475

4,011
1,526
1,105
1,258

3,249
1,419
1,093
1,424

5,285
1,745
1,211
2,424

4,050
1,479
2,378
2,472

5,253
1,620
1,342
1,589

4,596
1,711
1,068
2,003

4,175
1,782
1,060
2,587

5,989
2,039
1,239
2,502

5,518
1,799
1,254
1 ,730

4,275
1,848
1,206
2,300

5,518
1,827
1,220
2,811

4,587
1,747
1,092
1 ,375

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Bxci.se taxes
Customs deposits
Hstate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts5

B. Outlays
Millions of dollars, calendar years
Source or type
1 All types
2 National defense . .
3 International affairs
4 General science, space, and
technology
5 Energy
....
6 Natural resources and
environment .
7 Agriculture
8 Commerce and housing
credit .
9 Transportation
10 Community and regional
development
1 1 Education, training,
employment, and social
services
12 Health
13 Social security and Medicare , .
14 Income security
1 5 Veterans benefits and
services
16 Administration of justice
17 General government
18 Net interest6
19 Undistributed offsetting
receipts7
. ..

58



Mar.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,462,938 107,713 114,752 125,422 123,867 115,597 123,269 118,021 121,608 131,7% 120,365 124,915 135,613
275,624
17,855

19,226
1,103

21,932
948

24,476
696

24,501
1,554

19,509
917

24,200
582

22,147
892

23,711
990

27,673
2,323

18,801
4,339

22,428
2,177

27,020
1,334

17,480
5,339

1,299
465

1,269
159

1,685
510

1,238
316

1,415
325

1,596
462

1,235
465

1,654
390

1,772
98?

1,115
525

1,673
166

1,529
569

22,995
15,148

1,447
1,122

1,380
1,817

2,350
1,439

1,568
1,641

1,563
1,112

1,803
320

1,769
309

1,745
382

2,156
236

3,546
2,048

1,902
2,7H4

1,766
1,938

-9,056 = 1,124 -4,608 -1,260
37,224
2,779
2,496
2,839

-702
2,620

1,564
2,860

1,168
3,145

277 = 3,026
3,719
3,222

2,623
3,583

-257
3,434

-1,460 = 2,251
3,506
3,021

11,123

906

445

539

831

800

1,050

945

1,138

1,469

1,042

1,002

956

45,150

2,717

2,666

2,543

3,694

3,841

3,801

2,949

4,342

5,088

3,705

4,025

5,779

107,318
469,595
210,823

7,665
36,009
16,173

8,547
37,224
22,466

9,770
40,350
20,549

8,410
37,872
20,957

9,074
37,955
15,796

9,729
43,367
13,139

B,1B9
39,296
17,037

9,426
39,262
16,848

9,106
39,944
17,101

8,631
37,801
15,275

9,525
39,299
16,151

9,246
41,216
19,331

36,442
14,516
12,466
209,279

2,151
1,210
669
17,095

3,135
1,105
782
15,524

2,793
1,760
787
16,594

3,930
1,230
-148
17,080

1,666
1,277
1,279
17,671

3,011
1,136
1,715
15,880

3,078
1,438

3,130
1,204
1,316
18,322

4,257
1,362
1,292
16,944

1,677
1,340
1,261
18,669

3,337
1,176
1,556
18,242

4,277
1,278
1,972
19,302

-37,374 -2,914 -2,815 -2,999 -2,721 = 3,032 -2,827

___ 1 C

17,956

= 3,177 -3,051

-5,996 = 2,596 -2,575 -2,671

22. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation, 1994
Billions of dollars, end of month
Item

Mar. 3 1

4,576
3 434
1,142

4,646
3 443
1,203

4,693
3 480
1 213

4,800
3 543
1,257

27
27

29
29

o

27
27
0

4,559

4,605

4,711

4 559

4 605

o

4 711
0

4 900

5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

4,827

4 491

.......

Dec. 31

4,721

4,491

.

Sept. 30

4,673

26
26

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies

June 30

4,602

t Federal debt outstanding

4 900

4900

4 900

o

8 Debt subject to statutory limit
9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1

...

o

MEMO
1 1 Statutory debt limit

o

o

23. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury: Types and ownership, 1993-94
Billions of dollars, end of period

Ql

Q2

4,230.6

Q3

Q4

4,645.8

4,692.8

4,800.2

4,572.6
3 042 9
721.2
1 802 5
504.2
1 529 7
145 5
42 7
42 7
.0
172 6
1,138.4
33

4,642.5
3 051 0
698.5
1 835 7
501.8
1 591 5
143 4
42 2
42 2
.0
174 9
1,200.6
33

4,689 5
3 091 6
,697.3
1 867 5
511.8
1 597 9
137 4
42 0
42 0
.0
176 4
1,211.7
32

4,769.2
3 1260
733.8
1 867 0
510.3
1 641 1
132 6
42.5
42 5
.0
177 8
1,259.8
31 0

1 153 5
334.2
3 047 7
316.0
80 5
216.0
213 0
564.0

1 141 7
342.6
3 094 6
344.9
69 3
237.7
216 3
511.9

1 203 0
357.7
3 088 2
330 8
59 6
244.8
226 3
514.8

1 213 1
355 2
3 127 8
313 9
60 1
253 4
229 3
504 6

1 257 1
374.1
3 168 0
296.4
67 6
256.8
230 2
488.3

171 9
137 9
623.3
725 0

175 0
140 1
632.9
766 4

177 1
144 0
633.0
757 8

178 6
148 6
655.0
784 3

180 5
152 5
688.1
807.6

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

4,352.0

4,411,5

4,535.7

4,575.9

4,227.6
2 807 1
659.9
1 652 1
480.2
1 420 5
151 6
37.0
37 0
.0
161 4
1 ,040.0
30

4,349.0
2 860 6
659.3
1 698 7
487.6
1 488 4
152 8
43.0
43 0
.0
164 4
1,097.8
29

4,408 6
2 904 9
658.4
1 734 2
497.4
1 503 7
149 5
42 5
42 5
0
167 0
1,114 3
29

4,532.3
2 989 5
714.6
1 ,764 0
495.9
1,542.9
149 5
43.5
43 5
.0
169 4
1,150.0
34

1 043 2
305.2
2 895 0
310.0
77 7
205.0
199 3
541.0

1 099 8
328 2
2 938 4
306 5
76 2
210.2
206 1
553.9

1 116 7
325 7
2 983 0
313 3
75 2
215 5
215 6
558 0

163 6
134 1
565.5
698 8

166 5
136 4
568 2
714 3

169 1
136 7
592 3
707 2

1993

1 Total gross public debt
By type
2 Interest-bearing
3 Marketable
4
Bills
5
Notes
6
Bonds
7 Nonmarketable 1
8
State and local2 government series
9
Foreign issues
10
Government
11
Public
12
Savings bonds and notes 3
13
Government account series
14 N on -interest-bearing
By holder4
15 U S Treasury and other federal agencies and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks
17 Private investors
1 8 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 international . .
.
26 Other miscellaneous investors'*




1994

59

24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994
A. Transactions'
Millions of dollars, daily averages

Ja n.

Item
OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
It)
11

13
14
15
16

M ar.

A pr.

M ay

Ry type of security
U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Five years or less
More than five years
Federal agency
Mortgage- backed
..

Ju nc

Aug.

July

Nov.

Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

n. a.

n. a.

n. a.

52,307

53,162

53,255

55,792

84,620
50 555
16,039
32 219

80,624
39 765
17,385
33 328

88,206
42 145
17 773
37 022

102,393
*H 439
18,993
30 516

83,781
34,603
23,472
24 508

105,666
697
10993

99,587
732
12 006

106,257
647

n on

120,872
543
9 765

100,469
510
8 208

71 304
14,837
24 321

n. a.

52,473

95,116
741
13 316

n. a.

48,221
79,375
38 824
15,578
37,638

L

Ky type of counterparty
With interdealer broker
U.S. Treasury
Federal agency
Mortgage- backed
With other
U S Treasury
Federal agency
Mortgage-backed
FlJTURKS TRANSACTIONS 3

12

Fe b.

2

SI 983
15 343
20 158

73 1 10
16 653
21 321

11 256
17 125
24 009

86 216
18 450
20 751

71 707
22,962
16 100

n. a.

ttv type of deliverable security
l/.S" Treasury bills
" .
Coupon securities, by maturity
Five years or less
More than five years
Federal agency
..
....
Mortgagc=backed

914

814

1 157

I 080

1 667

I 377

2,692
12 198

2 779
13 615

3 521
13 548

2 593
12 418

3 642
14 287

1,040
10 115

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0

0

0

Q

0

0

3 493
4,068

4098
5,161

3 569
4,714

4 92?
5,938

2 979
5,703

1,526
3,203

0

0
675

0
523

0
738

0
622

0
551

o

OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS 4

ftv type of underlying security
17 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
18
Five years or less
. . .
19
More than five years
20 Federal agency
21 Mortgage-backed

60



r

791

24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994—Continued
A. Transactions'—Continued
Millions of dollars, daily averages
Week ending Wednesday
July 6

July 13 1 July 20

44,364

47,105

53,477

46,871

46,940

53,980

57,278

55,676

46,279

47,414

49,399

54,367

57,754

59,832
36,758
16,189
33,341

72,169
38,068
14,930
50,608

87,404
37,806
15,463
40,053

88,988
38,256
15,442
24,492

82,528
47,767
16,904
30,484

93,046
59,812
13,087
47,471

95,871
60,757
15,277
33,230

92,221
43,464
16,994
23,191

59,870
38,288
18,281
21,108

61,525
34,792
16,213
27,779

72,416
42,668
15,951
44,784

82,630
40,929
16,711
33,281

98,713
40,120
19,393
24,501

76,162
658
8,422

90,286
923
17,482

104,900
845
13,191

99,678
516
9,283

99,688 118,908 121,888 106,199
711
648
680
561
10,540 16,108 11,623
8,030

80,046
891
8,481

81,525
515
9,921

95,925 102,576 113,523
752
854
713
1 1 ,482 10,081
14,723

64,792
15,532
24,178

67,055
14,007
33,454

73,786
14,618
25,896

74,437
14,926
15,413

77,548
16,193
19,944

87,931
12,440
31,364

92,018
14,598
21,607

85,162
16,432
15,161

64,391
17,390
12,627

62,205
15,698
17,858

68,559
15,097
30,061

75,350
15,999
21,799

83,065
18,641
14,421

663

799

1,109

1,049

753

1,069

708

713

802

912

1,177

1,552

864

3,005
10,718
0
0

2,230
12,090
0
0

3,104
13,676
0
0

2,671
1 1 ,009
0
0

2,397
13,964
0
0

2,860
12,613
0
0

2,630
15,667
0
0

3,202
12,776
0
0

2,652
13,196
0
0

3,505
13,263
0
0

4,340
14,251
0
0

3,745
15,102
0
0

2,744
12,001
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2,487
3,925
0
1,303

3,558
3,238
0
925

3,687
4,665
0
605

3,377
3,863
0
564

4,642
5,377
0
725

4,616
4,537
0
1,246

4,518
6,153
0
563

3,623
5,332
0
577

3,308
4,493
0
286

3,033
4,144
0
410

4,366
4,766
0
332

3,120
5,032
0
704

3,395
4,419
0
527

Oct. 5

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Dec. 14 Dec. 21

Dec. 28

50,599

52,313

58,718

52,475

49,022

44,550

89,104
38,657
19,975
37,973

82,846
39,161
17,499
51,929

77,766
40,880
16,347
36,229

99,764
43,865
16,976
29,231

94,845
49,380
19,731
25,532

95,501 108,369 110,822
52,123 59,292 49,388
16,124 18,384
19,671
41,128 34,088 30,225

102,555
860
15,502

99,300
484
17,278

75,805
19,114
22,471

75,020
17,015
34,651

1,339

1,178

1,301

2,888
12,417
0
0

2,352
1 1 ,078
0
0

2,572
11,431
0
0

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 31

Sept. 7

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS 2
By type of security
1 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
2
Five years or less
3
More than five years
4 Federal agency
5 Mortgage-backed
By type of counterparty
With interdealer broker
U S Treasury
Federal agency
Mortgage-backed .
With other
9
U.S. Treasury
10
Federal agency
11
Mortgage-backed
6
7
8

...

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS 3
By type of deliverable security
12 U S Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
13
Five years or less
14
More than five years
15 Federal agency
16 Mortgage-backed
OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS 4

By type of underlying security
17 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
18
Five years or less
19
More than five years
20 Federal agency . . . .
21 Mortgage- backed

OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10
11

Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Dec. 7

2

By type of security
U S Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
Five years or less
More than five years
Federal agency
Mortgage- backed
By type of counterparty
With interdealer broker
U S Treasury
Federal agency
Mortgage-backed
With other
U S Treasury
Federal agency
Mortgage-backed

57,688

58,222

58,171

49,061

97,901 115,150
45,776 50,490
21,497 22,971
18,616 3 1 ,402

90,972
38,282
22,667
35,749

80,986
28,338
22,361
23,337

57,849
25,146
25,435
10,989

104,023 113,740 112,803 114,396 136,840 127,752 107,727 131,609 1 1 1 ,200
713
817
511
469
557
516
525
468
684
12,246
10,742
8,482 12,168 10,760
10,306
6,339
9,304 1 1 ,065

95,645
484
9,975

73,664
399
3,380

73,341
15,831
23,984

82,364
16,263
18,489

80,443
18,914
17,049

890

606

2,740
14,049
0
0

2,490
13,582
0
0

69,209

54,813

46,143

77,778 100,030
15,612 17,915
28,960 23,328

87,271
19,114
19,919

82,093
20,972
12,277

91,719
22,504
22,098

76,275
21,983
24,685

71,850
21,876
13,362

58,392
25,036
7,609

873

2,522

2,024

1,675

2,672

1,442

843

865

2,082
12,179
0
0

4,268
16,870
0
0

3,951
14,178
0
0

4,728
14,202
0
0

5,549
17,302
0
0

2,806
11,238
0
0

2,658
8,474
0
0

1,714
5,509
0
0

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS 3
By type of deliverable security
12 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
13
Five years or less
14 More than five years
15 Federal agency
16 Mortgage-backed
OPTIONS TRANSACTIONS 4

By type of underlying security
17 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by maturity
18
Five years or less
19
More than five years
20 Federal agency
2 1 Mortgage-backed




0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4,238
5,851
0
890

6,547
6,318
0
492

4,261
5,494
0
606

5,584
6,592
0
958

2,931
5,041
0
851

2,562
5,247
0
605

4,000
6,968
0
583

3,426
6,381
0
709

1,945
4,479
0
501

2,220
4,093
0
1,048

1,037
3,352
0
329

1,716
3,069
0
375

1,125
2,272
0
476

61

24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994—Continued
B. Positions5
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

n

ti

Jk

jt

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

NKT OUTRIGHT POSITIONS*
By type of security
1 U.S. Treasury bills
2
3
4
5

A

J i

Coupon securities, by maturity
Five years or less
More than five years .
Federal agency
Mortgage- backed

4,857

3,970

2,045

3,268

13,089

15,134

-19,164 - 10,664 -16,240 -17,485 -7,400 -7,704
-28,755 -22,949 -22,699 -27,104 -30,579 -32,181
22,584 20,097 20,258
19,392
19,988
21,306
45,646 41,625
37,258 37,098 35,323 32,886

n.a.

NKT FUTURES POSITIONS*
By type of deliverable security
6 U S Treasury bills . . . .
Coupon securities, by maturity
7
Five years or less
8
More than five years
9 Federal agency
10 Mortgage- backed .

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.
-3,552

V

V

T

T

V

y

-5,172

-2,829

-776

-275

-901

5,623
-616
0
0

5,561
-5,231
0
0

8,285
-1,681
0
0

8,205
83
0
0

7,470
2,308
0
0

5,322
827
0
0

Week ending Wednesday
July 6

July 13

July 20 | July 27 | Aug. 3 | Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 31

Sept. 7

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

NKT OUTRIGHT POSITIONS^
By type of security
\ U.S. Treasury bills

2
3
4
5

= 4,554

1,361

9,719

8,824

9,644

4,773

2,749

2,484

3,443

4,553

3,349

4,592

-2,316

Coupon securities, by
maturity
Five years or less
= 20,033 -19,997 =23,676 -15,204 -15,433 =11,917 - 1 1 ,640 -9,290 -8,013 = 12,940 -17,897 -18,105 - 14,690
More than five years . . . . -29,060 -29,678 -28,810 -28,492 =27,046 -24,209 -21,154 -22,704 = 21,725 -21,452 -21,905 -23,896 -22,957
21,597
18,608
22,073
Federal agency
19,713 22,737 22,245
19,996
17,366
18,578
18,595
18,475
19,716 22,047
Mortgage -backed
44,665
43,318 42,032 40,629 39,217
42,809 46,142 46,332 47,103
38,860 36,522 36,158 37,243
NKT FUTURES POSITIONS'

By type of deliverable
security
6 U.S. Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by
maturity
7
Five years or less
8
More than five years . . . .
9 Federal agency
10 Mortgage-backed

-2,092
2,844
= 1,994
0
0

Oct. 5

-1,816
4,976
2,413
0
0

Oct. 12

-5,542
7,058
-14
0
0

Oct. 19

=5,370

-5,976

-5,129

-5,472

= 4,027

-- 2,750

-3,160

-3,691

-2,574

6,840
6,283
= 1,103 -4,050
0
0
0
0

6,285
-4,697
0
0

6,138
= 6,644
0
0

4,256
-5,839
0
0

5,257
-4,252
0
0

5,912
- 1 ,649
0
0

8,943
= 2,146
0
0

9,721
- 1 ,47 1
0
0

8,156
-2,318
0
0

Oct. 26

Nov. 9

-3,510

Nov. 2

Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

22,221

15,874

Dec. 28

NET OUTRIGHT POSITIONS*
By type of security
1 U.S Treasury bills . . .

2
3
4
5

-4,954

7,201

5,196

2,510

4,343

6,368

16,888

13,070

18,530

16,332

8,075

Coupon securities, by
maturity
-20,892 -20,023 -21,325 =10,654 -14,747 -7,959 -9,141 -2,524 -7,875 -9,984 -14,167 -4,872 -2,705
Five years or less
More than five years . . . . = 24,749 -25,516 =28,812 -27,595 =28,568 =27,654 -33,150 -32,762 -29,324 = 33,119 = 31,087 -32,860 ^32,559
23,172 24,176 21,782 21,264
22,739
22,151
18,761
Federal agency
19,508
21,122
20,745
17,977 21,742
19,650
Mortgage- backed
38,135
37,912
36,138
35,689 38,236 34,300 36,750 35,235 34,173
31,719 31,467
34,319
33,082
NET FUTURES POSITIONS'

6
7
8
9
10

&y tyPe of deliverable
security
U S Treasury bills
Coupon securities, by
maturity
Five years or less
More than five years . . . .
Federal agency
Mortgage-backed . . .

62



182
9,710
1,333
0
0

176 =1,345
7,595
-340
0
0

8,109
-365
0
0

-431
7,611
116
0
0

-2,752

-1,313

-717

604

1,035

-383

-1,691

8,517
5
0
0

8,162
1,871
0
0

7,406
5,106
0
0

6,747
1,347
0
0

7,264
1,566
0
0

8,240
1,506
0
0

6,901
342
0
0

1,612

-446

3,916
345
0
0

3,167
755
0
0

24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994—Continued
C. Financing5
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Reverse repurchase agreements*
[ Overnight and continuing
2 Term

246,441
401,780

268 842
409,814

292 435
398,126

275,469
396,537

282,976
377,460

258 155
400 429

247 549
385 991

263 590
367 017

255 174
376,899

253 257
380 100

248 670
343 089

238 403
354,950

Securities borrowed
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

147,925
5 1 ,670

152,813
45 660

155,484
39 830

152,707
35,824

160,263
30,886

155,361
37 849

168,035
51 979

175,792
44 677

174,381
44 574

181 291
45 783

1 80 702
46 394

182,048
46 633

n.a.
n a

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
n a

n.a.
n a

na
na

2 313

2 096

2,015

2 058

2 392

3,346

31

129

53

32

37

Source

Securities received as pledge
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term

3

Repurchase agreements
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

461,215
372 657

483,847
382 705

479,210
375 510

447,713
376 304

469,689
351 134

450 891
375 461

457,513
351 918

481 774
341 253

467,175
348 426

454 948
352 177

438 464
338 786

432,305
341 663

Securities loaned
9 Overnight and continuing
10 Term

5,113

5 444

4,579

3,591

3,533

167

348

306

573

3 680
1,692

6 112
1,515

5 777
1,233

5 402

294

922

5 592
1,234

6 262
1,285

5 984
1,328

Securities pledged
1 1 Overnight and continuing
12 Term

n.a.
n a.

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
n.a.

na
na

35 616
1 158

29,543
4 691

32,972
4 525

34 263
4095

33 695
3 416

35,989
1 609

Collateralized loans
13 Overnight and continuing
14 Term

16,169
n a.

16,243
n a

20,074
n a

24,153
n.a.

21,179
n.a.

25,349
na

20,164
na

22,395
n a

18,407
6 130

19,273
na

17,871
na

13,992
n a.

MEMO: Matched book9
Securities in
15 Overnight and continuing
16 Term

175,650
361,748

182,784
359,530

200,306
348,058

197,715
340,574

211,581
327,691

195,019
349,644

207,273
362,463

231,639
342,593

223,994
348,739

226,604
358,449

224,758
323,287

223,879
326,160

Securities out
17 Overnight and continuing
18 Term

238,867
281 109

240,887
290 676

244,375
286 309

232,199
286 839

244,382
275 999

239,337
290 450

263,968
286 390

285,580
280 3 1 1

278,665
284 867

271,475
294 282

260,138
272 124

255,965
279 824




63

24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994—Continued
C. Financing5—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
Source

Jan. 12

Jan. 19

Jan. 26

Feb. 2

Feb. 9

Feb. 16

Feb. 23

Mar. 2

Mar. 9

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

Mar. 30

Reverse repurchase
agreements*
1 Overnight and continuing . 229,540
2 Term
363,904

250,071
405,904

250,337
407,061

239,308
424,539

262,794
394,628

260,081
449,254

275,279
396,681

261,692
409,458

284,525
379,558

295,052
395,519

303,585
400,825

299,819
400,210

273,517
406,468

Securities harrowed
3 Overnight and continuing . 144,402
4 Term
48,354

145,832
51,165

149,538
51,215

150,490
55,996

148,529
50,276

149,506
48,518

151,361
47,185

156,302
43,097

156,303
41,265

154,635
42,846

157,724
39,991

157,725
38,003

152,127
18,661

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

449,875
372,708

478,024
378,689

454,918
413,175

484,886
366,891

455,818
423,858

503,188
374,698

485,837
382,508

492,811
342,902

489,948
364,255

497,689
381,800

488,715
382,725

438,311
390,186

Jan. 5

Securities received as
pledge
5 Overnight and continuing .
6 Term

n.a.
n.a.

Repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing . 438,703
8 Term
313,183

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

Securities loaned
9 Overnight and continuing .
10 Term

4,806
169

4,730
170

5,586
152

5,205
182

5,164
161

4,879
111

6,185
374

5,924
348

4,636
416

4,560
339

4,631
338

4,887
369

4,316
346

Securities pledged
\ 1 Overnight and continuing .
12 Term

n.a.
n.a.

n,a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

Collateralized loans
13 Overnight and continuing .
14 Term

20,109
n.a.

19,519
n.a.

14,661
n.a.

11,939
n.a.

15,574
n.a.

16,176
n.a.

17,752
n.a.

15,717
n.a.

15,229
n.a.

16,722
n.a.

20,122
n.a.

19,540
n.a.

24,751
n.a.

MKMO: Matched book9
Securities in
15 Overnight and continuing . 163,828
16 Term
324,300

175,255
365,598

176,176
368,183

173,928
385,707

189,701
351,253

174,113
395,473

188,274
347,635

179,836
357,398

188,596
332,157

194,285
351,434

202,241
350,853

207,929
348,948

199,853
350,977

Securities out
1 7 Overnight and continuing . 228,655
18 Term
234,808

236,862
285,927

243,076
284,351

239,476
306,251

245,142
280,929

232,060
331,767

240,016
283,985

243,031
283,792

249,763
256,051

249,052
275,308

247,667
289,605

245,543
292,353

234,106
302,695

Apr. 6

Apr. 13

Apr. 20

Apr. 27

May 4

May 11

May 18

May 25

June 1

June 8

June 15

June 22

June 29

Reverse repurchase
agreements*
\ Overnight and continuing . 292,619
361,633
2 Term

295,517
400,928

289,758
402,640

229,746
425,162

267,732
375,066

287,508
389,128

305,958
358,758

273,486
390,249

272,112
372,344

269,352
403,069

263,715
403,414

252,777
399,332

244,783
399,913

Securities borrowed
3 Overnight and continuing . 151,914
35,702
4 Term

156,126
35,907

153,458
35,552

147,766
38,648

156,096
29,923

160,022
30,729

162,316
29,800

162,109
32,026

158,772
31,647

158,301
32,292

155,653
36,351

154,502
40,310

152,500
43,330

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

483,478
363,039

472,957
375,200

367,928
449,462

452,442
347,232

466,892
368,673

503,904
322,076

451,996
374,982

465,177
339,352

463,032
374,865

470,896
374,335

448,108
376,367

419,488
381,437

Securities received as
pledge
5 Overnight and continuing .
6 Term
..

n.a.
n.a.

Repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing . 467,253
322,254
8 Term

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

Securities loaned
9 Overnight and continuing .
10 Term

3,914
201

3,617
302

3,735
132

3,370
546

3,061
373

3,366
322

3,803
415

3,617
552

3,632
1,208

2,923
1,226

3,019
1,281

5,437
3,489

3,346
843

Securities pledged
1 1 Overnight and continuing .
12 Term . . .

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

Collate ralized loans
13 Overnight and continuing .
14 Term

23,876
n.a.

26,035
n.a.

25,339
n.a.

22,431
n.a.

21,564
n.a.

22,206
n.a.

21,513
n.a.

18,994
n.a.

21,886
n.a.

24,869
n.a.

28,071
n.a.

25,600
n.a.

23,350
n.a.

MKMO: Matched book9
Securities in
\ 5 Overnight and continuing . 202,131
16 Term
309,999

204,543
349,530

213,257
348,351

171,759
359,966

197,248
317,435

206,664
335,092

226,047
312,477

214,619
345,599

206,451
322,752

203,050
346,464

200,702
349,876

188,304
350,673

186,386
355,404

Securities out
1 7 Overnight and continuing . 241,528
1 8 Term
243,751

255,676
281,812

253,576
284,981

181,833
337,164

226,400
271,650

239,950
293,001

257,419
254,480

243,133
293,725

247,790
263,488

250,586
286,493

241,146
287,330

240,388
294,181

224,020
297,647

64



24. U.S. government securities dealers, 1994—Continued
C. Financing5—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday
July 20

July 27

Aug. 3

Aug. 10

Aug. 17

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Sept. 7

Sept. 14

Sept. 21

Sept. 28

255,839
397,175

260,509
407,166

253,819
423,694

255,624
379,435

268,072
410,636

294,144
343,440

249,883
382,525

245,677
326,145

245,270
361,758

260,762
377,518

259,533
383,228

254,808
392,070

170,522
51,672

169,078
54,611

165,322
52,948

171,867
.48,746

172,224
48,179

182,353
40,160

177,986
42,766

172,288
45,861

172,994
44,638

171,852
45,941

176,516
44,091

174,406
44,362

2,095
n.a.

2,241
0

2,505
0

2,320
0

2,416
19

1,960
17

2,199
n.a.

1,998
0

2,089
80

2,128
n.a.

2,055
n.a.

1,885
n.a.

1,917
129

Repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing . 454,994
8 Term
316,538

460,135
361,112

478,967
368,517

459,043
402,650

472,061
350,049

478,196
388,182

528,995
312,457

459,898
362,591

464,170
298,012

474,014
324,811

475,450
349,386

472,697
356,104

450,361
371,089

July 13

Reverse repurchase
agreements*
1 Overnight and continuing . 245,872
2 Term
360,719
Securities borrowed
3 Overnight and continuing . 164,529
4 Term
50,292

July 6

Securities received as
pledge
5 Overnight and continuing .
6 Term

Securities loaned
9 Overnight and continuing .
10 Term

6,340
1,078

6,087
1,255

6,442
1,821

5,746
1,861

5,874
1,481

5,133
702

5,835
1,426

5,794
1,402

6,303
1,294

5,512
1,083

5,153
795

5,498
815

5,324
1,023

Securities pledged
1 1 Overnight and continuing .
12 Term

39,812
1,258

37,003
1,223

34,379
1,242

33,437
1,012

32,876
999

25,664
7,444

29,648
3,019

28,980
3,368

32,453
6,517

29,541
4,601

31,172
4,368

34,873
4,492

35,808
4,728

Collateralized loans
1 3 Overnight and continuing .
14 Term

14,756
n.a.

21,900
n.a.

20,223
n.a.

21,190
n.a.

23,340
n.a.

22,509
n.a.

23,038
n.a.

22,564
n.a.

21,062
n.a.

18,301
n.a.

20,502
5,333

18,493
5,765

16,673
7,292

MEMO: Matched book9
Securities in
1 5 Overnight and continuing . 195,355
16 Term
330,964

200,837
370,032

211,575
379,133

217,040
394,512

226,814
361,226

236,804
382,354

250,724
321,120

227,593
351,920

213,502
306,993

222,085
329,200

226,329
351,917

229,074
352,013

217,439
366,761

Securities out
17 Overnight and continuing . 249,911
18 Term
255,392

261,880
295,530

275,415
292,377

278,098
326,851

283,351
291,033

288,828
324,822

312,618
256,644

277,490
293,932

264,341
241,251

281,257
260,611

281,224
284,405

284,482
292,403

268,856
306,876

Oct. 12

Oct. 19

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Dec. 21

Dec. 28

Reverse repurchase
agreements*
1 Overnight and continuing . 256,302
2 Term
352,474

257,164
361,325

245,313
395,719

251,162
398,804

258,797
385,956

241,378
391,524

269,105
312,801

223,898
355,649

257,407
300,136

267,953
364,244

245,936
374,706

227,393
353,877

215,630
350,856

Securities borrowed
3 Overnight and continuing . 180,525
4 Term
41,997

179,441
42,108

183,088
45,726

180,609
48,332

183,089
51,228

179,611
54,201

187,161
40,062

178,637
48,052

176,715
41,881

183,995
44,203

176,735
48,395

183,162
45,331

180,017
46,874

2,283
n.a.

2,214
53

2,150
n.a.

1,620
n.a.

2,100
n.a.

1,915
32

1,933
n.a.

2,658
n.a.

3,146
n.a.

3,472
n.a.

3,258
n.a.

3,016
26

3,351
16

Repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing . 453;803
8 Term
321,518

449,972
330,792

455,363
366,463

455,629
373,017

461,525
363,599

452,491
373,293

482,294
289,697

365,714
402,988

446,770
282,076

462,503
343,304

447,454
362,227

423,925
345,402

394,035
345,223

Oct. 5

Securities received as
pledge
5 Overnight and continuing .
6 Term

Securities loaned
9 Overnight and continuing .
10 Term

5,827
820

5,505
1,104

5,557
1,363

5,376
1,167

5,828
1,743

5,904
1,609

6,847
1,476

5,968
1,018

6,454
904

6,407
1,631

6,119
1,355

5,403
1,351

5,750
1,037

Securities pledged
1 1 Overnight and continuing .
12 Term

34,702
4,215

33,765
3,973

34,316
3,894

34,021
3,966

34,786
4,610

31,205
4,516

31,165
4,027

36,266
2,159

35,831
2,619

38,562
1,646

33,544
1,753

34,771
1,450

35,697
1 ,566

Collateralized loans
1 3 Overnight and continuing
14 Term

17,220
n.a.

17,813
n.a.

21,269
n.a.

19,164
n.a.

20,729
n.a.

18,093
n.a.

18,472
n.a.

16,333
n ; a.

17,771
n.a.

16,354
n.a.

13,060
n.a.

11,828
n.a.

14,414
n.a.

MEMO: Matched book9
Securities in
15 Overnight and continuing
16 Term

227,672
331,462

218,701
340,234

225,856
373,079

230,307
376,981

232,463
364,511

223,740
368,392

249,760
293,829

209,480
336,610

213,850
282,540

246,477
336,578

228,039
341,469

217,211
325,365

201,905
322,628

Securities out
1 7 Overnight and continuing
18 Term

274,605
267,978

264,377
274,186

275,665
307,415

274,482
311,228

268,206
306,609

280,615
309,287

290,586
234,890

215,238
310,998

251,808
223,467

280,575
280,174

261,263
294,017

244,323
284,788

233,666
286,163




65

25. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1994
Millions of dollars, end of period
Agency

Jan.

1 Federal and federally sponsored
agencies

| Mar. | Apr. | May

| June | July

| Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

| Nov. | Dee.

581,886 592,751 604,421 619,302 633,366 646,661 659,206 6 4 0 0 684,129 698,792 715,782 741,992
7,2

Federal agencies
Defense Department 12 1
Export-Import Bank Federal Housing Administration 4 .
Government National Mortgage
Association certificates of
participation^
Postal Service**
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association6
10 Federally sponsored agencies7
11 Federal Home Loan Banks
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
Federal National Mortgage
Association
Farm Credit Banks8
Student Loan Marketing Association9
Financing Corporation1'*
Farm Credit Financial Assistance
Corporation11
Resolution Funding Corporation12 . .
MHMO
19 Federal Financing Bank debt11

20
21
22
23
24

[ Feb.

44,988 44,753 44,291 44,390 43,681 43,040 43,416 43,861
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5,315
5,315
4,853
4,853
4,389
4,853
4,389
4,389
131
82
99
114
123
101
80
138

0
9,732
29,855
0

0
9,732
29,601
0

42,544
6
3,932
112

39,037
6
3,932
114

39,662
6
3,932
117

39,186
6
3,455
116

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9,732
9,732
9,473
9,473
9,473
9,773
8,973
7,773
8,073
8,073
29,586 29,676 29,218 29,037 29,466 29,592 29,521 27,212 27,534 27,536
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

536,898 547,998 560,130 574,912 589,685 603,621 615,790 630,159 641,585 659,755 676,120 702,806
139,241 137,862 147,309 153,539 156,955 160,822 166,137 169,2S4 174,414 185,894 193,920 208,HH1
61,245

70,482

62,908

65,621

71,274

73,340

78,929

81,270

83,947

88,680

90,709

93,279

203,013 206,493 216,430 218,845 223,173 227,897 230,484 237,564 239,320 242,575 247,743 257,230
52,621 52,839 52,433 52,672 52,534 53,692 52,276 53,844 54,333 53,609 54.800 53,175
40,861 40,407 45,640 44,306 45,820 47,940 48,069 48,313 49,692 49,112 49,066 50,335'
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 1,261
29,996 29,996 29,996 29,996

1,261 1,261
29,996 29,996

1,261 1,261
29,9%
29,996

1,261
29,996

1,261 1,261
29,996 29,996

125,182 123,304 120,103 118,386 116,092 115,603 113,689 112,804 109,357 106,935 105,662 103,817

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export- Import Bank 3
Postal Service6
Student Loan Marketing Association . . . .
Tennessee Valley Authority . 6
United States Railway Association

Other lending1*
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration .
27 Other

5,309
9,732
2,760
6,075
0

5,309
9,732
1,760
6,075
0

4,847
9,732
0
6,075
0

4,847
9,732
0
6,075
0

4,847
9,473
0
4,675
0

4,383
9,473
0
4,375
0

4,383
9,473
0
4,375
0

4,383
9,773
0
4,375
0

3,926
8,973
0
3,400
0

3,926
7,773
0
3,200
0

3,926
8,073
0
3,200
0

3,449
8,073
0
3,200
0

38,619
17,511
45,176

38,619
17,512
43,667

38,209
17,360
43,880

37,839
17,360
42,533

37,124
17,419
42,554

35,999
17,357
44,016

35,104
17,372
42,982

34,594
17,402
42,322

34,129
17,316
41,613

33,869
17,322
40,845

33,719
17365
39,379

33,719
17,392
37,984

Sept.

Oct.

26. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments, 1994
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use
1 All issues, new and refunding

Year

1

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

153,950 16,709 14,959 16,121 11,223 13,579 15,184 13,533 12,289

7,903 11,053 11,856

9,541

3 202
7 851

5 781
6 075

2,272
7 269

1 010
5,155
1,738

1 004
7,198
2,851

1 510
6,228
4,098

151
7,352
2,018

6,195

9 108

9,629

8,444

813
135
454
1 919
428
2 226

1 612
I 380
979
2 060
450
2 607

1 780
623
974
1416
981
1 855

1 701
107
1 292
2 208
1 046
1 890

By type of issue
2 General obligation
3 Revenue . .

54404
99 546

5,032
11 677

4,408
10 551

7,414
8,707

3 875
7 348

3,759
9 820

5,517
9 667

6,591
6 942

4219
8 070

2 334
5 569

By type of issuer
4 State
5 Special district and statutory authority 2 . .
6 Municipality, county, or township

19 186
95,896
38,868

1 236
10,792
4,681

1 010
10,396
3,553

3 158
8,830
4,133

925
7,173
3,125

1 158
9,278
3,143

1 663
9,790
3,731

4 662
5,760
3,111

I 679
7,944
2,666

105,972

5,343

8,501

9,259

8,778

9,440

9,815

21 267
10,836
10,192
20 289
8 161
35,227

1 445
319
521
817
304
1,937

2 343
1,257
1,211
1,640
277
1,773

1 885
561
993
1,231
435
4,154

2 020
1,515
661
1 462
741
2,379

2 112
1,069
395
2 176
699
2,989

1 962
2,061
886
1 437
869
2,600

7 Issues for new capital
8
9
10
11
12
13

By use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
...
Industrial aid
Other purposes

66



,

10,970 10,490
1312
320
729
1 765
994
5,850

2 242
1 ,089
I 097
2 158
937
2 967

Nov. 1 Dec.

27. New security issues of U.S. corporations, 19>-»
Millions of dollars
Year

Type of issue, offering, or issuer

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 AH issues'

n.a.

58,726 48,020

53,017

35,015 44,161 49,578

29,859

37,870

29,427

34,481

38,258

23,267

2 Bonds2

n.a.

52,835

43,798

29,543

40,456

43,210

26 159

34,495

25 983

30,909

33,286

20493

32 805 41 225 26 334 33 280
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7 317
2 574
3 209 7 175

38 472
n.a.
4 738

22 441 30 088
n.a.
n.a.
3 718 4406

22 736 25 192 27 278
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
3 248
6 008
5 718

17 809
n.a.
2 684

By type of offering
3 Public domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3
5 Sold abroad

365 050 47 392
n.a.
n.a.
5,444
56 238

By industry group
6 Manufacturing
7 Commercial and miscellaneous
8 Transportation
9 Public utility
10 Communication
1 1 Real estate and financial . .

2 229

By industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
...
Communication
Real estate and financial . .

...

....

5,891

7,910

9,062

5,472

3,537

12,145
47 663
n.a.

1,708
4,183
n.a.

1,425
6486
n.a.

1,970
7 092
n.a.

2 263
3 208
n.a.

610
2 927
n.a.

1,570
1,506
78
293

1,585
1,846
589
43

2,509
1,491
358
480

2732

0

120

0

25,008

...

100
1,768
2 115
30,365

202

By type of offering
13 Public preferred . .
14 Common
15 Private placement 3

698
2,533
2,592
39,329

15,770
14,505
2,106
2 187

....

31 981
27,900
4 573
11,713
11 986
333,135

59,808

....

12 Stocks2

16
17
18
19
20
21

40,122

2,443

3,728

4,224

4 785
2,899

2 446
3,120

3 586
2,188

3 266
2,496

990
97
546

920

150

1,632
1,071
944
2 090
1 298
33,590 24382 32,529

2 093
3 277
1 082

2 316

2 596
3 570

2 167
2 112

2 498
2 204

2 491
1 578

1 508
2 469

315
575
345

229
707
526

227
695
279

239
744
333

269
273
419

681
618

997
248
487
429

35 459

21 682

27 094

20 242

25 007

27 902

15 556

6,099

3,703

3,376

3,444

3,572

4,969

2,774

1 108
4990
na

625

710

555

7H

279

178

3 078
n a

2 666
na

2 888
na

2 859
n a

4 690
n a

2 596
na

492
701

569
838

908
821

745

75

1 961
1 ,786
76
3^1

1,069
0
165

754

878
745

93
75

105
239

1,843
449
297

0

154
78

28

0

50
180

32

o

1,105
79
4

0

0

1 818

1,538

2 655

2 430

1 734

1 481

1 639

827

0

()
791

991

21
527

28. Open-end investment companies, net sales and assets, 19941
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

I Sales of own shares2 . . . .

98,096

77,961

87,254

71,324

65,126

65,333

59,258

64,833

62,263

59,285

56,849

73,183

2 Redemptions of own
shares
3 Net sales3

61 795
36,301

54 439
23,522

73 373
13,881

61,909
9,416

55 033
10,093

56 068
9,265

50 275
8,983

53 242
1 592

53 383
8,880

53 743
5,543

55 757
1,092

70 747
2,436

Item

Aug.

Sept.

4 Assets4

1,572,907 1,561,365 1,498,504 1,510,827 1,529,464 1,509,998 1,552,652 1,604,961 1,588,277 1,601,363 1,549,186 1,550,490

5 Cash5
6 Other

111 880
1 18,064
110039
113,836
121 575
125 843
114,885
119,827
120 129
120 315
121 296
126 766
1 ,462,863 1,447,529 1,386,625 1,392,763 1,409,637 1,395,113 1,432,523 1,484,646 1 ,466,702 1 ,474,597 1,423,344 1,429,195

29. Nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1994
Billions of dollars; quarterly data at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Year

...

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries
Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5
Railroad
6
Air
7
Other
Public utilities
8
Electric
9
Gas and other
10 Commercial and other1




...

.

.

...

.

Q3

Q4

637.08

651.92

645.13

....
....

...

.

...

92 78
99 77

86.03
9902

91 71
102 28

98.97
98 39

94.44
99 39

..

.

.

Q2

619.34

...

....
...

.

Ql

638.37

Industry
1 Total nonfarm business

.

....

11 24

11 43

10 70

11 57

11 27

6 72
3 95
10 53

7.46
4 23
10 77

5.36
4 53
9 70

6.65
1 86
10 22

7.40
3 16
I t 42

52 25
24 20
336 93

48.68
24 51
327.20

53 55
22 96
336.28

54 15
24 35
343.76

52.60
24 97
340.48

67

30* Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities, 19941
Billions of dollars, end of period, not seasonally adjusted

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

494 5
120 1
302 3
7?. I

Ml 3
124.3
313 2
73.8

S24 1
130.3
117 2
76.6

^\ 0

53 2

n6

51 9
12.1

SI 1
12.1

SI 0
12.4

431 7
171 2

447 3
174.6

460 9
177 2

481 S
183.4

602 9

621.9

638 1

666.9

24 2
16*t 9

23 1
171.2

21 6
171 0

184,6

nu
n 14
41 1
211 7
90 5
69.5

nu
nu
44 7
219 6
89.9
73.2

nu
n ii
500
228 2
95 0
72.3

n u
n i\
SI 0
215 0
99, S
75.7

602.9

621.9

638.1

666.9

Account
AsSliTS

1 Accounts receivable gross3
2 Consumer
3 Business
.
4
Real estate

.
.

.

.

.

.
.

.

.

.

.
.

5 LHSS~ Reserves for unearned income
6
Reserves for losses
7 Accounts receivable net
8 All other
9 Total assets

134,8
13? 6
78.5

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
1 1 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

...

.
...
...

1 8 Total liabilities and capital

i| i

31. Domestic finance companies: Consumer, real estate, and business credit, 19941
Millions of dollars, amounts outstanding, end of period
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Pec.

Type of credit
Seasonally adjusted
I Total

549,789

553,496

560,961

565,997

574,852

577,630

574,247

583,321

593,539

599,302

606,269

614,784

3 Real estate3
4 Business

160,855
72,158
316,776

161,440
72,265
319,792

163,269
72,577
325,115

164,633
73,112
328,251

167,209
74,310
333,333

169,211
74,471
333,948

167,626
75,288
33 1 ,334

168,335
75,680
339,306

173,501
76,554
343.485

174,110
77,047
348,145

175,540
77,933
352,796

176,198
78,770
359,816

Not seasonally adjusted
549,754

553,022

562,620

567,985

574,516

578,670

571,315

578,245

591,321

598,774

607,005

620,975

6 Consumer
161,983
57,474
7
Motor vehicles 1
8
Other consumer
60,008
9
Securitixed motor vehicles44 . . . . 34,190
10 Securiti/cd other consumer . . .
10,311

161,596
58,253
59,781
33,451
10,111

163,821
58,999
61,114
33,173
10,535

164,495
60,660
62,146
31,328
10,361

165,574
59,398
62,806
32,623
10,747

168,022
59,788
64,530
32,705
10,999

165,883
58,107
65,095
31,848
10,833

167,619
58,589
66,608
31,787
10,635

173,543
60,522
69,784
32,372
10,865

174,336
60,750
70,812
31,592
11,182

176,156
61,372
71,502
31,531
11,751

178,999
61,609
73,221
31,897
12,272

72,512

72,566

72,132

73,297

74,215

73,755

75,379

76,012

76,585

77,235

77,907

78,479

12 Business
315,259
13 Motor vehicles
. . .
. . . 93,257
14
Retail 3 6
18,800
15
Wholesale
28,105
16
Leasing
46,352
17 Equipment . . . .
144,443
35,457
18
Retail
19
Wholesale 6
8,025
20
Leasing
100,961
21
Other business7
53,231
22 Securiti/ed business assets4 . . . . 24,328
23
Retail
2,703
24
Wholesale
13,755
25
Leasing
7,870

318,860
95,902
19,576
29,606
46,720
143,873
35,440
8,030
100,403
54,437
24,648
3,136
14,379
7,133

326,667
100,071
20,237
31,251
48,583
146,004
36,277
8,324
101,403
56,225
24,367
2,971
14,364
7,032

330,193
102,309
20,772
31,308
50,229
147,267
37,035
8,329
101,903
56,962
23,655
2,870
14,349
6,436

334,727
104,023
20,882
31,215
51,926
151,182
38,518
8,421
104,243
55,433
24,089
3,179
14,577
6,333

336,893
105,828
21,024
31,188
53,616
151,542
39,062
8,419
104,061
55,849
23,674
3,352
14,240
6,082

330,053
101,878
20,670
26,154
55,054
151,480
39,348
8,859
103,273
54,444
22,251
3,780
12,817
5,654

334,614
102,655
20,272
25,875
56,508
151,388
39,629
8,968
102,791
56,389
24,182
3,891
14,147
6,144

341,193
106,365
21,164
27,201
58,000
I52,7H2
39,357
9,119
104,306
58,101
23,945
3,735
14,411
5,799

347 201
1 10,089
21,645
29,302
59,142
152,675
38,584
9,134
104,957
59,314
25,125
4,062
15,173
5,890

112 942
113,222
22,113
30,614
60,495
154312
38,912
9,484
105,916
59,893
25,515
3,896
15,641
5,978

361,497
118,19?
21,514
35,037
61,646
157,953
39,680
9,678
108,595
61,495
25,852
4,494
14,826
6,532

5 Total

1 1 Real estate2

68



...

32. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes, 1994
Millions of dollars except as noted
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

| Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

1

Dec.

Item
Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
\
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 rate1
7 Effective rate1-3
8 Contract rate (HUD series)4 . . .

....

170.4
130.8
78.8
27.5

168.1
127.9
78.0
27.2

157.9
124.1
80.2
27.0

167.8
131.0
80.2
27.6

166.1
127.6
79.3
26.7

171.6
132,2
78.5
27.6

172.6
130.0
78.0
26.5

166.0
129.0
79.4
27.5

167.6
129.3
79.0
28.0

170.6
133.7
79.4
27.9

173.4
131.9
78.3
27.6

178.2
136.2
78.0
27.9

184.9
136.2
76.9
28.0

1.29

1.18

1.16

1.20

1.16

1.45

1.30

1.35

1.38

1.36

1.22

1.30

1.38

7.26
7.47
8.58

6.77
6.95
7.13

6.67
6.85
7.54

6.81
6.99
8.31

7.13
7.31
8.56

7.20
7.43
8.61

7.41
7.62
8.72

7.50
7.71
8.64

7.45
7.67
8.68

7.48
7.70
8.96

7.55
7.76
9.19

7.59
7.81
9.34

7.61
7.83
9.32

8.68
7.96

7.05
6.45

7.59
6.72

8.57
7.40

8.63
7.93

8.63
8.05

9.03
8.01

8.65
8.23

8.66
8.15

9.10
8.28

9.23
8.67

9.53
8,86

9.54
8.76

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 Total
12
FHA/VA insured
13 Conventional
14 Mortgage purchase transactions (during
period) .
Mortgage commitments (during period)
15 Issued7
16 To sell"

222,057 194,441 196,078 197,770 201,542 206,147 208,180 210,666 212,680 215,249 218,479 220,377 222,057
28,377 23,796 23,789 24,226 25,088 25,303 25,390 25,477 25,604 25,800 26,226 27,118 28,377
194,499 170,645 172,289 173,544 176,454 180,844 182,790 185,189 187,076 189,449 192,253 193,259 194,499
62,389

7,919

5,427

5,820

6,677

7,238

4,386

4,628

4,077

4,266

5,003

3,549

3,399

54,038
1,820

6,159
664

4,858
525

8,683
136

4,788
90

3,801
281

4,268
1

3,798
0

3,776
0

4,880
0

3,421
48

2,696
20

2,910
55

72,693
276
72,416

56,067
319
55,747

57,245
318
56,928

58,498 59,352 60,799
309
315
304
59,184 59,043 60,495

62,232
299
61,933

62,993
296
62,697

64,118
291
63,827

66,478
287
66,191

69,340
284
69,057

70,757
279
70,477

72,693
276
72,416

124,697
117,110

22,611
21,253

17,840
16,719

15,970
14,486

14,589
14,175

10,629
10,228

8,341
8,097

6,535
6,338

6,407
5,828

5,512
5,213

8,351
8,139

3,022
2,865

4,890
3,769

136,067

31,393

12,880

22,533

22,765

9,586

7,252

5,820

5,649

5,035

7,288

3,454

2,412

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period ')8
17 Total
.
.
.
18 FHA/VA insured
19 Conventional
...
Mortgage transactions (during period)
20 Purchases
21 Sales
..
22 Mortgage commitments contracted (during
period)9




69

33. Mortgage debt outstanding, 1991-941
Millions of dollars, end of period

1992

1991
Type of holder and property

Qi

2
3
4
5

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

3,812,834

...

By type of holder
6 Major financial institutions . . .
7 Commercial banks 3
8
One- to four-family
...
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
.
11
Farm
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

...

...
...
...

...

3,926,154

3,961,466

3,986,675

4,029,313

4,056,233

2,703,071
314,889
779,956
78,806

2,726,311
305,986
766,579
78,374

2,781,327
306,551
759,154
79,122

2,825,835
309,038
747,438
79,154

2,859,913
304,810
742,117
79,835

2,918,555
301,975
728,248
80,535

2,963,391
295,417
716,687
80,738

1 ,902,937
857,445
460,628
38,617
340,693
17,508
776,492
583,692
88,772
103,561
467
269,000
11,737
29,493
216,768
11,001

...

3,876,721 3,877,250

2,651,549
312,374
770,557
78,354

1 All holders
By type of property
One- to four-family residences
Multifarnily residences
Commercial
.
. ...
Farm

Q2

1,899,438 1,860,809
872,361
87 1 ,036
473,022
475,337
38,203
36,476
343,095
340,898
18,042
18,325
755,403
719,679
570,015
547,799
86,483
81,883
98,457
89,595
448
402
271,674
270,094
1 1 ,743
1 1 ,720
30,006
29,962
219,204
218,179
10,233
10,721

1,846,726
876,100
483,623
36,935
337,095
18,447
705,367
538,358
79,881
86,741
38S
265,258
1 1 ,547
29,562
214,105
10,044

1,826,668
881,019
490,539
37,010
334,516
18,955
682,338
524,536
77,166
80,278
358
263,311
12,218
29,65?
211,742
9,693

1,803,836
884,962
493,199
37,724
334,488
19,552
659,624
508,545
74,788
75,947
345
259,250
12,041
29,226
208,665
9,318

1,793,492
891,445
502,075
38,757
330,705
19,908
648,178
501,604
73,723
72,517
334
253,869
1 1 ,779
2H,591
204,132
9,366

1,769,187
894,513
507,780
38,024
328,826
19,882
627,972
489,622
69,791
68,235
324
246,702
11,441
27,710
198,269
9,222

22 Federal and related agencies
23 Government National Mortgage Association
24
One- to four-family
25
Multifamily
26 Farmers Home Administration 4
27
One- to four-family
28
Multifamily
..
29
Commercial
30
Farm
3 1 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 Deposit Insurance Corporation
40
One- to four-family
41
Multifamily
42
Commercial .
. . . . .
43
Farm
44 Federal National Mortgage Association
45
One- to four-family
46
Multifamily
47 Federal Land Banks
48
One- to four-family
49
Farm
50 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
51
One- to four°family
52
Multifamily

251,978
21
21
0
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
0
0
0
0
0
106,985
96,137
10,848
29,253
1,884
27,368
23,221
20,570
2,651

263,386
20
20
0
41,430
18,521
9,89H
4,750
8,261
10,210
3,729
6,480
49,530
19,030
14,640
15,860
0
0
0
0
0
0
109,395
98,149
11,246
29,152
2,041
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
0
0
0
0
0
109,553
98,097
1 1 ,456
29,053
2,124
26,929
23,906
21,489
2,417

266,146
19
19
0
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
0
0
0
0
0
112,283
100,387
11,896
28,767
1,693
27,074
26,809
24,125
2,684

278,396
19
19
0
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
0
0
0
0
0
118,238
105,869
12,369
28,776
t ,693
27,083
28,895
26,182
2,713

278,091
23
23
0
41,628
17,718
10,356
4,998
8,557
1 1 ,480
4,403
7,077
44,624
15,032
13,316
16,276
0
0
0
0
0
0
122,939
110,223
12,716
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 ,76H
4,531
7,236
37,099
12,614
11,130
13,356
0
0
0
0
0
0
126,476
113,407
13,069
28,815
1,695
27,119
31,629
29,039
2,591

286,263
30
30
0
41,695
16,912
10,575
5,158
9,050
12,581
3,153
7,428
32,045
12,960
9,621
9,464
0
0
0
0
0
0
137,584
124,016
1.1,568
28,664
1 ,687
26,977
33,665
31,032
2,633

53 Mortgage pools or trustss
54 Government National Mortgage Association
55
One- to four-family
56
Multifamily
57 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
58
One- to four-family . . .
59
Multifamily
60 Federal National Mortgage Association
61
One- to four-family . . . .
62
Multifamily
63 Farmers Home Administration 4
64
One- to four-family
...
65
Multifamily
66
Commercial
67
Farm
68 Private mortgage conduits
69
One- to four-family
70
Multifamily
71
Commercial
72
Farm

1,114,309
409,929
399,764
10,165
234,695
319,978
8,237
312,101
303,554
8,547
62
14
0
23
24
64,003
57,691
819
5,493
0

1,160,949
416,082
403,679
12,403
328,215
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
341,132
341,183
7,660
351,917
343,430
8,487
52
12
0
20
20
83,747
75,520
1,951
6,276
0

1 ,250,666
425,295
415,767
9,528
348,843
35 1 ,906
7,257
37 1 ,984
362,667
9,317
47
11
0
19
17
94,177
84,000
3,698
6,479
0

1 288, K?l
421,977
412,574
9,404
359,163
360,887
6,991
389,833
380,617
9,236
43
10
0
18
16
109,071
95,600
4,6H6
8,784
0

1,141,318
422,922
413,828
9,094
367,878
376,177
6,620
413,226
403,940
9,286
43
9
0
18
15
122,350
105,700
5,196
10,855
0

1, IBS, 460
422 2S5
413,063
9,192
382,797
385,400
6,362
429,935
420,835
9,100
41
9
0
18
14
141,468
123, (XX)
5,7%
12,673
0

1,421 S46
419,516
410,675
8,841
391,762
401,525
5,989
444,979
435,979
9, (XX)
.18
8
0
17
13
153,499
132, (XX)
6,305
15,194
0

543,611
356,456
86,902
86,617
13,636

552,948
361,136
85,022
92,589
14,201

543,164
352,661
85,059
91,127
14,316

562,616
370,157
83,937
93,541
14,981

567,580
376,892
86,192
89,517
14,978

563,409
371,380
86,192
90,871
14,966

572,875
382,185
85,960
89,776
14,954

575,237
382,572
85,871
91,524
15,270

73 Individuals and others6
74 One° to four-family
75
Multifamily
76 Commercial
77 Farm

70



.
...

33. Mortgage debt outstanding, 1991-941—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1993

Ql
1 A l l holders
2
3
4
5

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

|

Q4

4,115,964

4,174,201

4,229,592

4,258,823

4,314,991

4,374,353

4,425,886

2,979,286
294,149
712,982
. . .
80,776

By type of holder
6 Major financial institutions . .
7
Commercial banks2
8
One- to four-family
...
9
Multifamity
10
Commercial . . .
.
11
Farm
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
. . .

3,038,053
291,404
705,476
81,030

3,098,343
290,690
704,032
81,136

3,149,634
291,985
706,780
81,194

3,185,330
292,533
699,690
81,269

3,236,909
294,709
701,541
81,832

3,293,166
297,315
701,617
82,255

3,345,755
296,633
700,997
82,500

1,753,299
891,755
507,497
37,425
326,853
19,980
617,159
480,420
70,607
65,801
332
...
244,385
10,127
27,640
197,345
9,273
. . . .

1,765,667
910,989
526,817
38,058
325,519
20,595
612,435
480,696
68,306
63,111
322
242,243
10,029
27,373
195,439
9,402

1,769,950
922,670
537,661
37,655
326,507
20,848
609,654
478,456
68,440
62,439
320
237,626
9,835
26,844
191,660
9,287

1,767,835
940,444
556,538
38,635
324,409
20,862
598,330
469,959
67,362
60,704
305
229,061
9,458
25,814
184,305
9,484

1,746,474
937,944
553,894
38,690
324,106
21,254
584,531
458,057
66,924
59,253
297
223,999
9,245
25,232
180,152
9,370

1,763,296
956,840
569,512
38,609
326,800
21,918
585,671
462,219
66,281
56,872
299
220,785
9,107
24,855
177,463
9,360

1,786,178
981,365
592,021
38,004
328,931
22,408
587,545
466,704
65,532
55,017
291
217,269
8,956
24,442
174,514
9,357

1,815,949
1 ,004,280
611,697
38,916
331,100
22,567
596,198
477,499
64,400
54,011
289
215,471
8,876
24,224
172,957
9,414

287,081
45
37
8
41,529
16,536
10,650
5,187
9,156
13,027
5,631
7,396
27,331
11,375
8,070
7,886
0
0
0
0
0
0
141,192
127,252
13,940
28,536
1,679
26,857
35,421
32,831
2,589

298,991
45
38
7
41,446
16,133
10,739
5,250
9,324
12,945
5,635
7,311
21,973
8,955
6,743
6,275
0
0
0
0
0
0
151,513
137,340
14,173
28,592
1,682
26,909
42,477
39,905
2,572

306,578
43
37
7
41,424
15,714
10,830
5,347
9,533
11,797
4,850
6,947
19,925
8,381
6,002
5,543
0
0
0
0
0
0
160,721
146,009
14,712
28,810
1,695
27,115
43,858
41,314
2,544

328,598
22
15
7
41,386
15,303
10,940
5,406
9,739
12,215
5,364
6,851
17,284
7,203
5,327
4,754
0
14,112
2,367
1,426
10,319
0
166,642
151,310
15,332
28,460
1,675
26,785
48,476
45,929
2,547

329,160
20
13
7
41,209
14,870
11,037
5,399
9,903
11,344
4,738
6,606
14,241
6,308
4,208
3,726
0
12,696
1,956
2,167
8,573
0
172,343
156,576
15,767
28,181
1,658
26,523
49,127
46,571
2,556

329,725
12
12
0
41,370
14,459
11,147
5,526
10,239
11,169
4,826
6,343
13,908
6,045
4,230
3,633
0
\ \ ,407
1,706
1,701
8,000
0
175,377
159,437
15,940
28,475
1,675
26,800
48,007
45,427
2,580

329,304
12
12
0
41,587
14,084
11,243
5,608
10,652
10,533
4,321
6,212
15,403
6,998
4,569
3,836
0
9,169
1,241
2,090
5,838
0
177,200
161,255
15,945
28,538
1,679
26,859
46,863
44,208
2,655

323,491
6
6
0
41,781
13,826
11,319
5,670
10,966
10,964
4,753
6,211
10,428
5,200
2,H59
2,369
0
7,821
1,049
1,595
5,177
0
178,059
162,160
15,899
28,555
1,671
26,885
45,876
43,046
2,830

1,462,181
421,514
412,798
8,716
420,932
415,279
5,654
457,316
448,483
8,833
34
7
0
16
11
162,385
137,000
6,665
18,720
0

1,473,323
413,166
404,425
8,741
422,882
417,646
5,236
465,220
456,645
8,575
32
6
0
15
172,023
145,000
7,407
19,616
0

1,517,002
415,076
405,963
9,113
433,089
428,154
4,935
481,880
473,599
8,281
30
6
0
14
10
186,927
158,000
7,991
20,936
0

1,553,818
414,066
404,864
9,202
446,029
441,494
4,535
495,525
486,804
8,721
28
5
0
13
10
198,171
164,000
8,701
25,469
0

1,611,449
423,446
414,194
9,251
466,949
462,779
4,170
507,376
498,489
8,887
26
5
0
12
9
213,653
177,000
9,202
27,451
0

1,652,999
435,709
426,363
9,346
479,555
475,733
3,822
514,855
505,730
9,125
22
4
0
10
8
222,858
179,500
11,514
3 1 ,844
0

1,682,421
444,976
435,511
9,465
482,987
479,539
3,448
523,512
514,375
9,137
.
20
4
0
9
7
230,926
182,300
13,891
34,735
0

1,703,076
450,934
441,198
9,736
486,480
483,354
3,126
530,343
520,763
9,580
19
3
0
9
7
235,300
183,600
14,925
36,774
0

564,631
372,334
85,957
91,174
15,166

577,983
387,101
86,164
90,252
14,466

580,670
388,669
86,391
91,588
14,023

579,341
387,345
86,586
91,401
14,009

571,739
378,977
87,829
91,020
13,912

568,970
375,152
89,2)6
91,393
13,209

576,450
379,959
90,681
93,130
12,681

583,370
387,055
91,013
92,929
12,373

,

....
.

.
.. .
.

22 Federal and related agencies
.
23 Government National Mortgage Association
24
One- to four-family . . .
. .
25
Multifamily
26
Farmers Home Administration 4
.
27
One- t o 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 Deposit Insurance Corporation
40
One- to four-family
..
. . . . . . . .
41
Multifamily
42
Commercial
43
Farm .
. . .
44
Federal National Mortgage Association
45
One- to four-family
46
Multifamily
47
Federal Land Banks
..
..
48
One- to four-family
49
Farm
50
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
51
One- to four-family
52
Multifamily
. .
53 Mortgage pools or trusts5
54 Government National Mortgage Association
55
One- to four-family
56
Multifamily
57
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
58
One- to four-family
59
Multifamily
60
Federal National Mortgage Association
61
One- to four-family
62
Multifamily
63 Farmers Home Administration4 . . .
64
One- to four-family
. .
65
Multifamily
66
Commercial
67
Farm
68
Private mortgage conduits
69
One- to four-family
70
Multifamily
71
Commercial . .
..
..
72
Farm




1994

| Q3

. . . . 4,067,192

..

By type of property
One- to four-family residences
Multifamily residences .
Commercial
Farm
.

73 Individuals and others6
74 One- to four-family
75 Multifamily
76 Commercial
77
Farm . .
.

Q2

.

.. . .....

..
.,

.

.
.

..

..

.

...

71

34. Consumer installment credit, 1994'
Millions of dollars, amounts outstanding, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Holder and type of credit
Seasonally adjusted
1 Total

.

2 Automobile . .
3 Revolving
4 Other-

.

.

....

795,868 800,281 811,067 821,203 832,173 842,293 849,930 863,484 873,606 882,210 895,627 902,853
282,666 283,170 287,061 290,755 294,898 298,906 300,590 104,330 108,654 111 1 97 115,211 117,217
288,475 291,446 295,830 300,403 304,520 308,310 312,717 319,6H7 322,035 324,655 332,402 334,511
224,727 225,665 228,176 230,044 232,754 235,078 236,623 239,467 242,916 246,358 248,012 251,106

...

Not seasonally adjusted
803,095 799,312 805,550 814,159 824,924 836,879 843,248 863,045 876,055 882,554 898,896 925,000

5 Total
6
7
8
9
10
11

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies . . .
Credit unions
Savings institutions . . .
Nonfinaneial business-*
Pools of seeuriti/cd assets4

...

....

By major type of credit5
12 Automobile
13 Commercial bunks .
14
Finance companies
t5
Pools of securitixed assets'*
16 Revolving
17
Commercial banks
18
Nonfinaneial business^
19
Pools of securiti/.cd assets4
20 Other
21
Commercial banks
22
Finance companies
23
Nonfinaneial business 3
24
Pools of seeuritixed assets4

72



366,570
117,482
100,192
37,617
52,885
128349

365,071
118,034
100,259
37,380
51,104
127,464

367,742
120,113
101,583
37,141
50,902
128,069

374,083
122,806
102,732
37,472
51,243
125,823

377,439
122,204
105,718
37,803
51,786
129,974

383,732
124,318
108,183
38,143
51,811
130,692

390,646
123,202
109,713
38,055
52,233
129,399

400,829
125,197
112,881
37,975
52,921
133,240

406,375
130,306
1 14,343
38,420
52,415
04,196

407,092
131,562
115,973
38,122
52,440
137,365

415,237
132,874
117,351
38,275
54,631
140,528

427,851
134,830
119,594
38,468
60,957
143,3m)

281,342 281,531 285,425 288,799 293,567 298,820 299,783 306,099 311,511 313,749 316,761 318,213
122,427 122,185 124,233 126,935 129,357 131,963 134,380 137,472 138,827 140,315 141,660 141,851
57,474 58,253 58,999 60,660 59,398 59,788 58,107 58,589 60,522 60,750 61,372 61,609
37,405 36,588 36,622 34,542 35,853 35,837 34,819 34,960 35,524 34,774 34,716 34,918
...

294,569 291,143 292,207 296,510 300,507 304,439 308,786 318,128 320,547 322,487 334,549 332,266
146,196 144,928 146,486 150,181 151,019 154,210 158,248 162,856 166,294 164,227 171,096 180,183
47,769 46,029 45,799 46,141 46,667 46,670 47,069 47,701 47,168 47,162 49,276 55,341
79,435 79,588 79,758 79,918 82,255 82,753 82,656 86,569 85,950 89,643 92,321 94,376
227,184 226,638 227 ,9 IB 228,850 230,850 233,620 234,679 238,HI8 243,99? 246,3 IK 247, 586 254,521
97,947 97,958 97,023 96,967 97,063 97,559 98,018 100,501 101,254 102,550 102,481 105,817
60,008 59,781 61,114 62,146 62,806 64,530 65,095 66,608 69,784 70,812 71,502 73,221
5,141
5,102
5,164
5,222
5,075
5,103
5,119
5,247
5,278
5,116
5,355
5,616
11,509 11,288 1 1 ,689 1 1 ,363 1 1 ,866 12,102 11,924 11,711
12,722 12,948
13,491
14,006

35. Terms of consumer installment credit, 19941
Percent per year except as noted
1994
1992

1993

1QQ4

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

,.

...

9.93
13 80

9.48
12 79

9.79
13 49

7 55
12 02

8 93
12 23

9 13
12 68

9 71
13 25

13 51

54.0
47 9

54.5
48.8

54.0
50 2

52 9

500

54 4
50 3

54 0
50 1

53 8
50 0

53 5
<50 6

91
98

92
99

91
98

91
99

92
99

92
99

93
99

13,584
9,119

14,332
9,875

15,375
10,709

15,330
10,434

14 904
10 449

14,821
10 427

15,067
10 477

1 5 , 1 94
10 606

June

.

8 09
13.47
11 87

89
97

Auto finance companies
5 New car . . . .
6 Used car

9 29
14.04
12 67

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

7 76
12 96
11 60

7 54
12 89
11 56

8 12

13.19
11 73
15.69

992

OTHER TERMS 1
Maturity (months)
1 New car . . . .
8 Used car

..

....

Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
1 1 New car
12 Used car . . .
...

1994
Dec.

INTEREST RATES
\
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car
24-month personal
120-month mobile home .
Credit card

8 41
13 33
12 04

...

8 75
13 59
15 69

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car . . .

9 96
13.78

10 17
13.86

10 32
13 92

10 13
13 98

10 39
14 01

10 53
14 19

10 72
14.48

53.3
50.0

53.9
50.2

54 2
50 1

54.3
50 2

54,9
50 2

54.6
50 3

53.9
50.3

94
100

93
100

93
100

93
100

92
100

93
100

92
100

15,180
10,656

15,319
10,735

15,283
10,755

15,419
10 906

15,827
10 554

15,971
11 202

16,187
1 1 ,309

OTHER TERMS 3
Maturity (months)
1 New car
8 Used car . .

....

Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
1 1 New car
12 Used car




...

73

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94
A. All sectors
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
Private domestic nonfinancial sectors
State and
local governmen »

Business

Households
Transaction category
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

" ''"
*

Total

Assets

Liabilities

1993

2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
IK
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
K)
31
32
33
34

3,233.0

17,537.6

1 Total financial assets

4,466.4

Gold and special drawing rights'
1 M.F position
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency
Special drawing rights certificates
Checkable deposits a n d currency
.
. . .
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares . ,
Large time deposits . . .
.
. . . .
Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Interbank claims
Mutual fund shares
Corporate equities 2
Credit market instruments
.
,.
U.S Treasury securities^
Federal agency securities 4
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
,
Open market paper .
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Equity in noncorporate business
.
Investments in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

.

720.2

...

28.0
42.0

..!
...

5.0
80.9

...
...

'HA

'. ! 1

'.'.'.

525.2
337.6
64.5
14,8

990.6
...
...
981.3

108.3

...

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

468.2
4,974.7
989.'5
3,076.7
1,517.8
499.1
195.4
428.8
145.3
177.1

4,294."3

i2o!o
3 ,1'53.9
866.5
19.8

'72! 1

i02"7
2,42<X5
660.9
264.1

134. 1
75.9
79.6

'\6.6

287.*8
97.7
8.9
14.4

'i&A

3,7493
llV.9
1,229.6
1,066.7

80.4

'ssio
984^5

1,09L7

657^4
117.8
563.8
828^5
76.4

10,869.3

1,018.9

5,384.0

298^0
83.1
44.8
115.3
47.2
258.3

712.0
1,887.9
334.6
128.0

21,490.8

39.1

9.2

28.4
...

729i8

I,038.'0
2,012.9
379.4
248.4
128.1
258.3
468.2
4,974.7
1,01L9
3,076.7
2,330.7
934.3
268.8
458.1
145.3
313.8
80.4

imi
102.7
984.5
39.1
2,420.5
660.9
1,355.9

9,034.2
It2l5i2
1,229.6
4,220.6
866.5
677.2
117.8
707.2
75.9
936.4
76.4

746A

1994

1 Total financial assets . . .

.

.

.

17,995.3

2 Total liabilities
3 Gold and special drawing rights'
4 I.M.F. position
,
5 Official foreign exchange .
6 Treasury currency
7 Special drawing rights certificates
H Checkable deposits and currency
9 Small time and savings deposits
10 Money market fund shares . . .
. . . .
1 1 Large time deposits
1 2 Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
13 Deposits abroad
14 Life insurance reserves
15 Pension fund reserves
16 Interbank claims
17 Mutual fund shares . .
18 Corporate equities 2
19 Credit market instruments
2 0 U.S. Treasury securities 3
. . . .
21
Federal agency securities'*
22 Tax-exempt securities
23 Corporate and foreign bonds
24
Mortgages
2^
Consumer credit
26
Bank loans n.e.c
,
27 Open market paper
2H
Other loans
29 Security credit
30 Trade credit
31 Taxes payable
32 Equity in noncorporate business
33 Investments in bank personal trusts
34 Miscellaneous

74



3,401.5
4,825.8

594.5
5,655.3

304'.9
85.1
47.6
114.6
46.1
282.5

721.6
1,881.7
353.1
145.2

...

30*5
31.9

'.'.'.
...

21.0
85.1

...
...

488.4
5,009.5
1,067.2
2,885.9
1,873.0
674.8
413.1
387.6
184.2
188.5

\34.5

3,354.'o
984.0
32.5

24.8

107^9

, ...

2,510.7
670.0
281.3

'.'.'.

20."3

4,645.~6

3n.~3

117.5
10.0
13.3

*25.'o
90.3
55.' 1

140.6
74.1
88.6

'n.'s

\,Q69.Q

\,\2Q.2

3,885^4
I I 2. 4
1,251.7
1,053.2

718!6
139.2
610.3

908.6
79.9
78 L4

21,991.3
11,452.3

971.2

'.'.'.

387.5
263,7
1.3
12.0

942.3
...
...
934.2

lYo.'s

!° !

'.'.'.

'.'.'.
8.2

38.5

28.9
. ..

\t 057^0
1,998.7
400.7
280,7
I3LI
282.5
488.4
5,009.5
1, 087*5
23H5.9
2,571.8
1,056.1
424.4
412.9
184.2
324^0
90.3
80.0
107.9
1,069,0
38.5
2,510.7
670.0
1,401.4

9,473.'3

u's'i.'i

1,251.7
4,407.2
984.0
751.1
139.2
759.0
74.1
1,026.1
79.9

mo

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94—Continued
A. All sectors—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
Rest of the world

Transaction category

Assets

Liabilities

U.S. government

Financial sectors
Monetary
authority

Total
Assets

Liabilities
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

1993
2,468.2

1 Total financial assets .

488.1
1,495.7

2 Total liabilities
3 Gold and special drawing rights'
4 I M F position
5 Official foreign exchange
...
6 Treasury currency
7 Special drawing rights certificates
8 Checkable deposits and currency
9 Small time and savings deposits
10 Money market fund shares
1 1 Large time deposits
12 Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
13 Deposits abroad
14 Life insurance reserves
15 Pension fund reserves
16 Interbank claims
..
..
.
17 Mutual fund shares
18 Corporate equities2
19 Credit market instruments
20 U.S Treasury securities34
.
...
21
Federal agency securities
22 Tax-exempt securities
....
23 Corporate and foreign bonds
24 Mortgages
25 Consumer credit
26 Bank loans n.e c
27 Open market paper
.
. . .
28 Other loans
29 Security credit .
..
...
30 Trade credit
3 1 Taxes payable
32 Equity in noncorporate business
33 Investments in bank personal trusts
3 4 Miscellaneous
.
. . . .

Yi.'s
41.5

18,366.2
3,757.1

9.0
11.9
19.2

11.1
223
22.1
8.0
93.6
209.5
183.4
106.3
181.4
10.1

"n'o

'52^2
.8

37.1
27.7
268 ]4

YLO

331.1

113.8
340.0
1,171.3
625.0
117.6

357^8

mo

'iz.Q

'46.1

'68]6
434.4
2,769.8
12,296.0
1,750.6
1,519.5
757.1
1,858.7
3,830.8
786.1
768.4
431.4
593.5
176.6
65.8

1173

6.8

1,707.4

2&A

18.6
137.1
0
49.8

230.7
0

*85.0
'24,6
68.7
61. 1
0
33.2

3,3363
3,309.9
26.6

*

145 .'7

18.9

707.1

783.0

420.4

17,661.0

8.0

21.6

423.8

11.1
= .1
223
22.1
8.0
1 ,251 .7
2,223.2
562.7
391.7
457.8

457.2
4,643.5
177,7
1,446.3
3,300^2
1,8793

348.'2

'\3.2

' Yo

'61.6

336^7
332.0
4.6

844^0
8.9
'66.5
393.5
107.9
2033
10.1
7.9

66Q.9
1,866.7

'

0
0

9^6

' '4.6

1994
1 Total financial assets .

2,809.2

...

2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Gold and special drawing rights'
I M.F position
,
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency
Special drawing rights certificates
Checkable deposits and currency
...
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
.
. .
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase agreements
Deposits abroad
.
...
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Interbank claims
.
..
...
Mutual fund shares
Corporate equities2
Credit market instruments 3 . .
U S Treasury securities
.
Federal agency securities4
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
..
...
Mortgages
Consumer credit . . .
Bank loans n e e
..
Open market paper
Other loans
Security credit
.
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Equity in noncorporate business
Investments in bank personal trusts
.
...
Miscellaneous




19,320.7

438.8
1,594.0

12^0
41.2

10.0
12.1
19.2
'\1.6
8.0

25.2

27."8
.7

...

38.3
27.0
2983

Yo!?

358.9

210*7

11.1
-.1
22.0
23.0
8.0
90.2
183.4
207.5
91.8
213.2
15.9

'23^8
139.9
0
52.4

"26! 1
41.4
59.6
0
34.8

135.6

'233
24.5

'483

'68*4
476.4
2,833.9
12,988.0.
1,721.2
1,629.7
768.2
1 ,924. 1
4,030.8
893.7
831.5
519.6
669.0
169.0
70.3

822.2

859°4

1 \4.6

' eis

1,848.6

328.9
1,304.6
688.4
141.0

348.' 1

311.5

220^9

206.6

' " 'o
YLO

3,4923
3,465.6
26.7
*

452.1
448.4

18,649.0

3,942.9

11.1
= .1
22.0
23.0
8.0
1,241 '.6
2,182.7
608.2
410.7
542.1
477^6
4,650.6
272.6
1,563.9
3,7573
2J6M

373.5

Yo'6
'-'.5

*68]9

368^2
364.5
3.6

947^2
18.7

'543
442.8
125.9
202.9
9.1
7.7
67*o!o
2,052.0

0
0

" 9^8

' 6~0

75

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94—Continued
A. All sectors—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
Financial sectors

All sectors'*
Governmentsponsored
enterprises fGSEsl
and mortgage pools

Private
nonbank finance

Commercial
banking
Transaction category
Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Assets

Liabilities

k't^s'1"

1993

1 Total financial assets

..

3,739.2

2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
H
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

12,063.5

3,896.1

Gold and special drawing rights'
I M.F. position
...
...
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency .
..
Special drawing rights certificates
Checkable deposits and currency
. ...
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares . .
...
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
Deposits abroad
.
..
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves .
Interbank claims
Mutual fund shares
Corporate equities 2
..
Credit market instruments
U.S Treasury securities11
. ..
Federal agency securities4
Tax-exempt securities
.
. . . .
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages .
..
..
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e c
Open market paper
Other loans
Security credit
..
Trade credit
Faxes payable
..
,.
. ...
Equity in noncorporate business
Investments in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

LO

7 88 !4
1,377.4

1,982.8
11,531,3

'90^4
209.5
183.4
1063

313.5

117.9
10.1

ilQ.'l

3.4
430.5
2,762.8
6,963.0
1,036.0
1,021.5
658.0
1,760.5
1,283.9
386.6

...

6283

202J

134.'9

*5t.'9
16.1

412.2
404.4
75.9
65.8

ii's.'i

2.1

...

845.8
562.7
80.0

144.2

503

...

20.1
11.8
41.5
22. 1
8.0
1,2053
2,223.2
562.1
391.7

11.9
163.8

...
4.8

24.9

85.9

337.2
268.4
468.2
4,974.7
182.4
1,4463
6,186.5
16,028.7
3,309.9
1,905.9
1,215.2
2,277.0
4,229.6
866. 5
768.4
580.0
876.2
279.3
1,128.1
58.0
2,420.5
660.9
3,887.7

..

1,2 13 3

1,905.5
60.4
70.2

"663
341.6
87.1
203.3
10. 1
6.7

1,884.1
...
1,879.3

1,599.2

709 J
8.9

VLH

41.5
17.0
8.0
1.251.7
2,223.2
39L7
457.8
268.4
468.2
4,974.7
177.7
1,4463

44,560.0

1,4463

660 J
1,142.1

634X)

33,783.1

1,970.0

457°.2
4,643.5
64^2
3.9
7.0
3,090.8
322.2
423.2
99.2
98.2
947.7
399.5
768.4
7.3
25.3
100.7

42,813.4

...

16,028'?
3,309.9
1,905.9
1,215.2
2,277.0
4,229.6
866.5
168.4
580.0
876.2
279.3
1,026.4
84.2
660*9
3,403.0

1994

4,168.6

1 Total financial assets
2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1?
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

...

Gold and special drawing rights'
I M F position
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency .
. . . .
Special drawing rights certificates
Checkable deposits and currency
. ...
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
...
Deposits abroad
. ...
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Interbank claims
.
..
Mutual fund shares
Corporate equities 3
Credit market instruments 1
. ..
U S Treasury securities
Federal agency securities'1
Tax-exempt securities
..
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e c
Open market paper
..
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
..,.
Equity in noncorporate business
Investments in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

76



12,456.0

',2:6

7563
1 ,375.8
3323

391.7

2,244.0
11,930.7

4,040.4

.

'863
183.4
207.5
91.8
116.8
15.9

UL8
806.9
608.2
783

1.3

..,

150.3

85.8

...

477^6
4,650.6

66.1
2.0
7.2
3,252.8
290.6
428.5
97.6
103.4
1,012.0
460.6
831.5
5.8
22.9
94.9

203 J

's'sio
25.5

48?! 6
455.0
74.1
703

543
3H7.9
100.4
202.9
9.1
5.8

742^9

7553

1,079^9

67()'o
1,229.5

223! 1

142! 6

474 A
2,826.7
7,226.0
999.9
1,060.5
670.6
1,820.8
1,298.6
433.2

1,563^9
1,365^8

804^6
18.7

35,638.3

2,229,6

2,140.9
66.1
137.1

2,168.4
...
2,168.4

1,7203

,. .

263
191.1

...
...

16.0

61.2

21.1
12.0
41.2
23.0
8.0
1,200.2
2,182.7
608.2
410,7
371.3
298.5
488.4
5,(K)9.5
279.1
1,563.9
6,048.8
17,071.0
3,465.6
2,195.1
1,181.1
2,419.8
4,425.9
984.0
831.5
623.5
944.5
277.0
1,215.0
63.0
2,510.7
670.0
4,186.8

12.0
41.2
17.6
8.0
1,241.6
2,182.7
608. 2
410.7
542. 1
298.5
488.4
5,009.5
212.6
1,563.9
1 7,071 '0
3,465.6
2,195.1
1,181.1
2,419.8
4,425.9
984.0
83 1.5
623.5
944.5
277.0
1,118.6
87.6
67CKO
3,717.2

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
ding
•ations

™
Transaction category
Assets

Ll

£f

Assets

Li

tief "

Savings
institutions
Assets

Liabilities

Other
insurance
companies

Life
insurance
companies

Credit
unions
ties '-

Asse,s

Li

*f

Assets

"'^', '"

1993
1 Total assets

12,063.5

....

2 Total liabilities . . .
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

11,531.3

Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
Deposits abroad
.
...
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
.
....
Reserves at the Federal Reserve
Mutual fund shares
....
Corporate equities 2
Credit market instruments 3
U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities4
Tax-exempt securities
..
...
Corporate and foreign bonds
.
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
Other loans
Security credit . . . .
....
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Investment in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

90.4
209.5
183.4
106.3
117.9
10.1
3.4
430.5
2,762.8
6,963.0
1,036.0
1,021.5
658,0
1 ,760.5
1,283.9
386.6

412.2
404.4
75.9
65.8
1,044 .'5

1,029.5

290.8

115.1
845.8
562.7
80 0

...

290.8

15.4

...
...
93.1

260, 8

73.0

3.8

26.1

...

] '. .

5.2

1,213.3

709.' 1
8.9
8.9
66.5
341.6
87.1
203.3
10 1
6.7
660 9
1,142.1

93.1

.' .' '.
...
...
...
93.1

40.0

\29.9

5.2

6. 9

31.7
457.2
1 ,042 5

' 4^2

12.5
914.0
28.2
147.3
2.1
89. 1
598.3
37.9

457.8

1,677.3

36.7

3.4
'. '. .
169.9

640.8

8.5

26. 8
22). 8

...

1,446.3

6.5
21.9

10 6

144 2

88.3
624.0

30

457 2
4,643.5

1,784.9

280.9
1,016.1

99.'o

' 3.*9

218.7
22.6
36.3

'. '. '.

2
..

! .'

' '2.2

3
10.8

'56.'0
101.6

! '.

105^6
1463
1,383.9
110.0
222.8
14.7
719.5
229.1
229.1
10. t
77.7

! '. '.
.2

103.' 4
422.7
124.5
44.5
146.1
103.1
4.5

'. ' 1

.2

...

50.7
...

104.6

'.'.'.

1.9

120.9

70.4

103.7

173

5 1

107.2

1.2

\.2
176.2

27.' 1

456.'6

1994

11,930.7

2 Total liabilities
Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
8 Deposits abroad . . .
.
9 Life insurance reserves
10 Pension fund reserves
1 1 Reserves at the Federal Reserve
12 Mutual fund shares
13 Corporate equities 2
14 Credit market instruments 3
15 U.S. Treasury securities 4
16 Federal agency securities
17 Tax-exempt securities
18 Corporate and foreign bonds
19 Mortgages
,
20 Consumer credit
21
Bank loans n.e.c.
22 Open market paper
23 Other loans
24 Security credit
25 Trade credit
26 Taxes payable
27 Investment in bank personal trusts
28 Miscellaneous . . . .

86.3
183.4
207.5
91.8

3
4
5
6
7




347.6

12,456.0

1 Total assets

...

..
..
..

116.8
15.9
2'8
474.4
2,826.7
7,226.0
999.9
1,060.5
670.6
1,820.8
1,298.6
433.2

487.6
455.0
74.1
70.3
1,079^9

1,013 5
347.6

292.9
998.3

111.8
806.9
608.2
78.3

...
...
106.9
...

13.9
1.3

71.0

3

150.3

...

6.5

44.5

6.2

477 6
4,650.6

'.'.'.
106.'9

199.3

60.0
18!?
'54J
387.9
100 4
202.9
9.1
5.8
670.0
1,229.5

.' .' .'
'. ' !
106.9

...
...
...
...
133.9

6.5
16.5

28 8
227 3

...

478.3

1,788.3
5.2

53

44.9

...

1 563 9

J , 365*8

83.0
579.6

670.8

1,884.1
270 3

1393

A
10 3

111.7

'51.5

34.9
477 6
1,123.1

246.8
22.1
40.9

5

'61 .'5
120 2

128.0
150.9
1,445.0
116.7
230.7
16.5
769.9
215.5

.6

\QS.2
443.8
135.7
46. 1
153.4
104.8
3.8

'. '. '.

93

*993

' "I'D
1483

,.

*

' 2.%

10.4
921.1
27.1
159.9
2.0
86.7
596.2
38.8

73

107 A

' 2A

'. '. '.
.5

'lL9
'. '. '
83.8
.6

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

16*7

6*4

ub!o

' 'l3

13
185^6

30 io

477.0

77

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
State and
local governmer [
retirement fund

Private
pension
funds

A««, Litt;' '•

Assets

2,449.8

Transaction category

1-151.2

Li
U
t^

Finance
companies
Assets

Li

Mortgage
companies

^f-

Real
in estate

rr

Li

^ '" Assets

Assets

!

. , '"

M

Assets

,

Liabilities

1993
1 Total assets
2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
11
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

2,449.8

Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
..
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
..
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
..
Pension fund reserves
Reserves at the Federal Reserve
Mutual fund shares . . . .
..
Corporate equities 3
Credit market instruments 3
U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities4
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n e e
Open market paper
Other loans . .
.
Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
..
Investment in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

4.6
186.0
24 3
58.6

...
.

653.7
1,151.2

...

60.4

...

17.4

...

582.3

...

60.4

...

...

1,446,3

24.7

12.3

6.8

1,446.3

22.6

8.0
50

2,449 .8

...

137.3
1 079 5
770.6
286.4
114.8
1.8
309.4
39 0

...

.

482.8

506 7
542.6
171 3
79.3
6
238.0
14 5

19.2

1,151 .2

390.5

60.4

206 0
...

60.4

38.9

67Q9

71.7
116.5

25 3
159.2

29.2

29 1L

17.4

8.6

...

8.6

4.3
8.9

...

3.6
.6

1.4*3

743.8
7175
88 4
219 I
173.3

50,5

294 6
9

189.0

87.2

2,350.9

1-176-5

...

31.2

8.8

...

37.5

...

22.1

656.3

...

37.5

158.6

190.9

731.8
...

2.3

1994
1 Total assets
2 Total liabilities

. ..

3
4
5
6
7

35
165.1
25 8
53.6

Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits . . . .
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
8 Deposits abroad
9 Life insurance reserves
10 Pension fund reserves . ,
1 1 Reserves at the Federal Reserve
12 Mutual fund shares . . ,
13 Corporate ccjuities'1'
14 Credit market instruments 3 . . . .
15 U.S. Treasury securities 4
16 Federal agency securities
17 Tax-exempt securities . .
1 8 Corporate and foreign bonds
19 Mortgages
20 Consumer credit
21 Bank loans n e e
22 Open market paper
23 Other loans
2 4 Security credit .
.
25 Trade credit
26 Taxes playable . . .
..
27 Investment in bank personal trusts
28 Miscellaneous

78



2,350.9

..

.
1,176.5

67

...

...

1,563.9

46.1

127

1,563.9
T* I

5.0
97
2 350 9

--

144.0
1 045 2
782.2
275.7
102.7
1.7
294.5
38.4
15 1

.

507.4
603.3
179 6
86.5
.3
267.9
15.2

1.176 S

53.9

551.0

78.5
134 8
337 6

.

443.0

37.5

237.2
...

37.5

212
184.6

17.8

.

.

31.1

13.3
17 *J

13.3

6,3
18.7

...

.

6.0
*

1 0
185 4

54 5

168.1

212.3

...

19.7

8.7

5.3

789.4
751.4
706 1
84.6
211 2
176.7

72.8

1,563^9

36. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1993-94—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
defend

Mone^et

Transaction category
Assets

"£K-

Assets

Asset-backed
securities
issuers

^j,

Li

j*f

Bank
personal
trusts

** !, l"

Assets

473.2

.. .

660.9

...

L

Assets

473,2

.. .

Assets

»ef

^ ', '"

1993
1 Total assets

107.2

...

562.7

2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements . . . .
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Reserves at the Federal Reserve
Mutual fund shares
Corporate equities2 . .
Credit market instruments
U.S. Treasury securities3
Federal agency securities4
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
Other loans
Security credit
..
Trade credit
Taxes payable
...
Investment in bank personal trusts
Miscellaneous

...

453.8

562.7

-12
.

'

.

416.9

12 3

.8
1.5
29.3
7.9

562 7
24 9

67.1
10 1

29.3
77.9
14.6

...
...
...

44.0
193

...

...
418.7
80.4
68 6
103.4

...

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

113.1

...

mio

.' ; .'

421.2
...

240.9
40.4
32.7
108.9
35.8
3.6

.' '. .
21.3

24.2
126.3
-54.7
78 9
17.1
73 0

*5L9

I9.'5

!] !

'15^2

'.'.'.

','.'.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'.'.'.
16.0

660^9

.. .

670.0

527.6

...

; :;

33.7
458.0
107.9

33 7
198.2
130.7

166 3

12 0
75 9
...

43.2

...

660.9

203 3
10.1
1.4

'.'.'.
55.2

214.9

; .' ;

473.2
...

1994
1 Total assets

114.1

...

608.2

Checkable deposits and currency
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
..
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
8 Deposits abroad . . . .
9 Life insurance reserves
10 Pension fund reserves
1 1 Reserves at the Federal Reserve
12 Mutual fund shares . .
13 Corporate equities 2
14 Credit market instruments 3
15 U S Treasury securities 4
16 Federal agency securities
17 Tax-exempt securities
...
1 8 Corporate and foreign bonds
19 Mortgages
20 Consumer credit . .
21
Bank loans n e e
22 Open market paper
23 Other loans . . . .
24 Security credit
...
25 Trade credit
26 Taxes payable . . . .
27 Investment in bank personal trusts
28 Miscellaneous

-2.6

3
4
5
6
7




.

.

444,6

608.2

2 Total liabilities

...

527.6
410.9

12.0

.5
1.8
29.9
9.2

608 2
22 4
69 3
15.9

670,0

96 0
...

...
...
...

45.1
20.6

...
...

...
447.1
67.2
78.4
110.6
...

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

'. '. '.

463.7
...

] ] 1
23.3

20.1
92.3 34.3
-85.8
87.6
15.5
64.3 34.3

2Q2A
165.3
248.0
39.8
32.2
114.2
35.3
3.4

'63!9

23^0

! !!

*18]6

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

'. .'.

'.'.'.

32.7
81.4
15.7

'.'.'.

'.'.'.

509.0

527.6

'.'.'.

'.'.'.
12.9

67*o!o

111.0

235.3
139.4

190 9

10 7
74 1

' !'

56 0

246 0

202 9
91
1.2
67 4

...

79

37. Flow of funds accounts, 1985-1994
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Billions of dollars, amount outstanding at end of year

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

Transaction category or sector
Nonfinancial sectors
t Total credit market debt owed by domestic
nonfinancial sectors

6,971.5

7,817.3

8,561.6

9,312.6

10,070.4

10,712.6

11,181.5

11,720.7

12,370.7

12,965.6

Hy borrowing sector and instrument
2 U.S. government
...
..
...
3 Treasury securities
4 Budget agency issues and mortgages

1,589.9
1,586.6
3.3

1,805.9
1,802.2
3.6

1,949.8
1,944.6
5.2

2,104.9
2,082.3
22.6

2,251.2
2,227.0
24.2

2,498.1
2,465.8
32.4

2,776.4
2,757.8
18.6

3,080.3
3,061.6
18.8

3,336.5
3,309.9
26.6

3,492.3
3,465.6
26.7

5 Private domestic nonfinancial sectors

5,381.6

6,011.4

6,611.8

7,207.7

7,819,2

8,214.5

8,405.1

8,640.4

9,034.2

9,473.3
1,181.1
1,251.7
4,407.2
3,345.8
290.4
688.5
82.5
9X4.0
751.1
139.2
759.0
4,645.6
3,H85,4
140.7
1,063.8
2, 680,8
942.3

6
7
H
9
H)
11
12
13
14
15
16

By instrument
lax-exempt obligations
Corporate bonds
Mortgages .
.
Home
Multifamily residential
Commercial
Farm . . . .
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e c
Commercial paper
Other loans . . .
. .

744.6
578.2
2,309.7
1,504.6
214.6
484.7
105.9
601.6
592.1
72.2
483.2

787.0
705.4
2,612.7
1,707.1
250.8
559.5
95.2
659.1
647.6
62.9
536.9

862.5
784.1
2,960.3
1,936.1
275.0
661.4
87.7
692.0
659.7
73.8
579.4

921.4
887.2
3,246.9
2,171.0
292.5
700.4
83.0
742.1
697.9
85.7
626.5

991.2
961.1
3,545.2
2,407.8
305.3
751.7
80.5
796.4
733.7
107.1
684.4

1 ,039.9
1,008.2
3,758.5
2,616.3
307.9
755.4
78.9
S12.4
726.9
116.9
751.8

1,108.6
1,086.9
3,920.0
2,780.0
304. B
755.8
79.3
797.4
686.0
98.5
707.8

1,139.7
1,154.4
4,043.9
2,959.6
293.6
710.3
803.0
672. 1
107.1
720.2

1,215.2
1,229.6
4,220.6
3,149.6
289.0
700.8
81.2
866.5
677.2
117.8
707.2

17
IB
19
20
21
22

By borrowing sector
Household and nonprofit organizations . . . . 2,242.7
2,575.8
Nonfinancial business
Farm . . . .
173.4
Nonfarm noncorporate
859.9
Corporate .
1,542.5
State and local governments
563.0

2,504.5
2,889.0
156.0
958.9
1,774.1
618.0

2,770.7
3,148.1
144.4
1,033.9
1,969.9
693.0

3,073.6
3,399.5
133.7
1,096.8
2,169.0
734.5

3,379.6
3,637.0
134.4
1,136.9
2,365.7
802.5

3,614.3
3,751.7
135.4
1,147.0
2,469.2
848.6

3,784.7
3,709.3
135.0
1,116.4
2,458.0
911.1

4,002.3
3,710.5
136.0
1 ,074. 1
2,500.4
927.5

4,294.3
3,749.3
138.3
1,050.3
2,560.7
990.6

.

.

mi4

23 Foreign credit market debt held in
United States

236.7

238.3

245.0

251.4

261.2

285.0

298.8

310.9

357.8

348.1

24
25
26
27

71.8
27.9
33.9
101.0

74.9
26.9
37.4
99.1

82.3
23.3
41.2
98.2

89.2
21.5
49.9
90.7

94.1
21.4
63.0
82.7

115.4
18.5
75.3
75.7

129.5
21.6
81.8
65.9

143.9
23.9
77.7
65.3

203.4
24.6
68.7
61.1

220.9
26.1
41.4
59.6

7,208.2

8,055.6

8,806.6

9,563.9

10,331.6

10,997.6

11,480.3

12,031.6

12,728.5

13,313.7

Bonds
Bank loans n.e.c.
Commercial paper
U.S. government and other loans .

..

28 Total credit market debt owed by
nonfinancial sectors, domestic and
foreign

Financial sectors
29 Total credit market debt owed by financial
sectors

1,254.2

1,588.7

1,890.2

2,139.8

2,393.4

2,599.5

2,752.1

3,004.7

3,300.2

3,757.3

By instrument
U.S. government-related
Government-sponsored enterprise securities . .
Mortgage pool securities
Loans from U S government
Private financial sectors
Corporate bonds
Mortgages
Bank loans n.e c
Open market paper
Loans from Federal Home Loan Banks . . . .

632.7
257.8
368.9
6.1
621.5
233.1
2.5
44.6
252.4
88.8

810.3
273.0
531.6
5.7
778.4
325.4
2.8
56,9
284.6
108.6

978.6
303.2
670.4
5.0
911.7
404.0
3.1
48.6
322.9
133.1

1,098.4
348.1
745.3
5.0
1,041.4
456.1
3.4
51.4
377.7
152.8

1,247.8
373.3
869.5
5.0
1,145.6
526.1
3.7
64.9
409.1
141.8

1,418.4
393.7
1,019.9
4.9
1,181.1
572.4
4.3
69.6
417.7
117.1

1 ,564.2
402.9
1,156.5
4.8
1J87.9
640.0
4.8
78.4
385.7
79.1

1 ,720.0
443. 1
1,272.0
4.8
1,284.8
724. H
5.4
80.5
394.3
79.9

1,884.1
523.7
1 ,355.6
4.8
1,416.1
844.0
8.9
66.5
393.5
103.1

2J6H.4
700.6
1,467.8
.0
1,588.9
947.2
18.7
54.3
442.8
125.9

By borrowing .sector
40 Government- spun sored enterprises
41 Federally related mortgage pools
42 Private financial sectors . .
...
43 Commercial banks
44 Bank holding companies
45 Funding corporations
46 Savings institutions
...
47 Credit unions
48 Life insurance companies
49 Finance companies . .
...
...
50 Mortgage companies
51
Real estate investment trusts (REITs)
52 Issuers of asset-backed securities (ABSs) . . . .

263.9
36H.9
621.5
79.2
106.2
35.6
110.2
.0
.0
224.3
16.7
5.5
39,4

278.7
531.6
778.4
75.6
116.8
54.1
134.3
.0
.0
275.9
25.7
6.7
81.4

308.2
670.4
911.7
81.8
131.1
72.5
162.6
.0
.0
299.1
14.5
8.3
131.3

353.!
745.3
1,041.4
78.8
136.2
111.6
184.3
.0
.0
323.0
14.5
10.3
169.0

378.3
869.5
1,145.6
77.4
142.5
125.4
169.2
.0
.0
350.4
24.6
11.6
225.8

398.5
1,019.9
1,181.1
76.7
114.8
137.9
139.1
.0
.0
374.4
24.6
12,4
278.1

407.7
U 56.5
1.187.9
65.0
112.3
124.5
94.6
.0
.0
393.0
22.2
13.6
329. 1

447.9
1 ,272.0
1,284.8
73.8
1 14.6
135.2
87.8
.0
.0
389.4
30.2
13.9
391.7

528.5
1,355.6
1,416.1
79.5
123.4
129.9
99.0
.2
2
390.'5
29.2
17.4
473.2

700.6
1,467.8
1 ,588.9
89.5
133.6
139.3
I I I .7
.5
.6
443,0
17.8
31.1
527.6

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

All sectors
53 Total credit market debt, domestic and
foreign

8,462.4

9,644.3 10,696.8 11,703.7

54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

2,216.5
744.6
883.1
2,312.3
601.6
664.6
358.5
681.2

2,610.4
787.0
1,105.6
2,615.5
659. 1
731.5
384,9
750.3

U.S. government securities
Tax -exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.c.c
Open market paper
Other loans

80



..

...

2,923.4
862.5
1,270.4
2,963.5
692.0
731.6
437.9
815.6

3,198.3
921.4
1,432.6
3,250.3
742.1
770.8
513.4
875.0

12,725.0

13,597.1

14,232,3

15,036.3

16,028.7

17,071.0

3,494. 1
99L2
1,581.3
3,549.0
796.4
819.9
579.2
913.9

3,911.7
1,039.9
1 ,696.0
3,762.9
812.4
815.0
609.9
949.4

4,335.7
1,108.6
1,856.5
3,924.8
797.4
785.9
565.9
857.5

4,795.5
1,139.7
2,023.1
4,049.3
803.0
776.6
579.0
870.2

5,215.8
1.215.2
2.277.0
4,229.6
866.5
768.4
580.0
876.2

5,660.7
1,181.1
2,419.8
4,425.9
984.0
831.5
623.5
944.5

37. Flow of funds accounts, 1985-1994—Continued
B. Summary of financial assets and liabilities'
Billions of dollars except as noted, amounts outstanding at end of year

1985

Transaction category or sector
CREDIT MARKET DBBT OUTSTANDING

1986

1987

1988

1989

| 1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

2

8,462.4

9,644.3

10,696.8

11,703.7

12,725.0

13,597.1

14,232.3

15,036.3

16,028.7

17,071.0

1,408.5
861.8
49.7
134.3
362.8
248 6
436.2
6 369 0
292.1
368 9
1860
1 989 5
1 ,846 9
117.1
11 8
13.7
3.4
1,196 1
637.5
176 5
378.5

1 ,436. 1
823.8
53.6
154.6
404.1
255 2
547 8
7 405 2
308.9
531 6
205 5
2 187 6
2,009 4
152.0
11 5
14.6
60
1 304 9
7245
219 2
446.2

1,689.9
1,031.7
47.6
173.5
437.1
240 5
604.0
8 162 5
332.7
670 4
230.1
2 323 0
2,108.6
186.2
13.5
14.7
7.6
1 441 6
816.2
258 6
479.8

1,923.8
1,237.5
50.3
179.5
456.5
213 8
709.8
8 856 3
365.8
745 3
240.6
2 479 5
2,235.0
215.6
13 4
15.5
11.6
J 558 1
920.2
287 9
509.0

2,074.3
1,345.8
49.5
193.2
485.8
205 4
833 3
9 6)1 9
361.7
869 5
233 3
2 647 4
2 371 9
242.3
162
17.1
19 6
1 472 0
1 022 0
3175
590.2

2,260.8
1,499.3
47.8
189.6
524 1
239 0
918 3
JO 179 0
375.6
I 019 9
241 4
2 772 5
2,466 7
270 8
134
21 6
35 7
1 320 5
1,116 5
344 0
607.4

2,240.2
1 ,446.5
44.1
196.2
553 3
246 9
958 1
JO 787 2
390.7
1 156 5
272 5
2 853 3
2 502 5
319 2
11 9
19 7
51 5
1 J92 6
1 , 1 99 6
376 6
693.0

2,318.0
1,523.1
42.9
225.4
526.5
235 0
1 052.7
1 J 430 6
459.7
1 272 0
300.4
2 948 6
2 57J.9
115.8
17 5
23.4
75.0
1 134 5
1,278.8
389 4
730.4

2,330.7
1,517.8
39.7
248.1
525 2
230 7
1 171 3
12 296 0
549.8
1 355 6
336.7
3 090 8
2 72 J 5
326.0
17 5
25.8
93 1
1 132 7
I 383.9
422 7
770.6

2,571.8
1,873.0
37.7
273.5
387.5
206 6
1,304.6
12 988 0
673.2
1 467 8
368.2
3,252 8
2,869.6
337.1
18.4
27.8
106.9
1,167 9
1,445.0
443 8
728,2

257.4
319 7
24 7
122.7
41
178 1

305.4
362 4
36 6
245.8
70
212 2

335.4
409 9
23 9
271.6
11 0
214 0

353.0
448 0
29 0
283.4
28 8
224 7

399.0
468 6
49 2
307.2
35 4
291 8

433.9
497 6
49 2
360.2
35 6
372 7

479.9
484 9
60 3
450.5
50 3
402 7

514.3
486 6
60 5
574.2
67 7
404 1

542.6
482 8
60 4
743.8
77 9
418 7

603.3
551.0
37 5
751.4
81 4
447.1

59
58 2

59
66 3

70
39 8

78
23 5

84
103 7

77
106 5

70
124 0

81
117 1

86
126 3

13.3
92 3

36 9
132 8

78 1
151 4

126 2
163.9

162 2
177 8

2178
1975

268 9
2134

3J7 8
223 5

377 9
211.5

458 0
240.9

5090
248,0

33 Total credit market debt

8,462.4

9,644.3

10,696.8

1 1 ,703.7

12,725.0

13,597,1

14,232 3

15,036.3

16,028.7

17,071.0

Other liabilities
34 Official foreign exchange
35 Special drawing rights certificates
36 Treasury currency
37 Life insurance reserves
....
38 Pension fund reserves
39 Interbank claims
40 Deposits at financial institutions
41
Checkable deposits and currency
42
Small time and savings deposits
43
Large time deposits
44
Money market fund shares
45
Security repurchase agreements
46
Foreign deposits
47 Mutual fund shares
48 Security credit
49 Trade debt
50 Taxes payable
51 Investments in bank personal trusts
52 Miscellaneous

24.8
4.7
13.3
256 7
2 032 2
9.0
3,703.0
713.5
1,853.4
488.5
243.8
250.6
153 2
240.2
131 2
664.2
63 5
358.3
1 654 8

29.1
5.0
13.8
2742
2 411 1
36.9
4,084.1
837.9
1,978.7
492.1
292.1
298.7
184 6
413 5
141 1
691.7
690
404.4
1 838 9

24.4
5.0
14.2
300.3
2 616 2
72.5
4,237. 1
841.9
2,048.5
541.9
316.1
292.7
196 1
460. 1
115 3
748.8
74.5
414.2
2 114 9

27.1
5.0
14.7
325 5
2 860 7
77.1
4,542.3
884.6
2,187.8
595.1
338.0
318.7
218 2
478.3
118 3
837.1
79.8
443.7
2 382 3

53.6
8.5
15.3
354 3
3 400 9
62.5
4,876.9
891.0
2,285.5
613.0
428.1
396.5
262 9
566.2
133 9
905.3
82 2
515.1
2 646 5

61.3
10.0
16.3
380 0
3 484 2
95 3
5,005.3
934.2
2,349.2
546.9
498.4
372.3
304 3
602 I
137 4
942.2
77 4
522.1
2 820 4

55.4
JO.O
16.3
405 7
4 138 3
96 4
5,044.8
1 ,020.6
2,350.7
488.4
539.6
355.8
289 6
813 9
188 9
935.9
71 2
608.3
2 992 2

51,8
8.0
16.5
433.0
4 516 5
132.8
5,059. 1
1,134.4
2,293.5
415.2
543.6
392.3
280 1
1 ,042. 1
217.3
977.4
79.6
629.6
3 160 2

53.4
8.0
17.0
468.2
4 974 7
177.7
5,155.5
1,251.7
2,223.2
391.7
562.7
457.8
268 4
1,446.3
279 3
1,026.4
84.2
660.9
3 401 0

53.2
S.O
17.6
488.4
5,009 5
272.6
5,283.8
1,241.6
2,182.7
410.7
608.2
542.1
298 1
1,563.9
277.0
1,118.6
87.6
670.0
1,717 2

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
28
29
30
31
32

Private domestic nonfinancial sectors . . . .
Households and nonprofit organizations .
Nonfarm noncorporate business
Nonfinancial corporate business
State and local governments
U S government
Rest of the world
Financial sectors
Government-sponsored enterprises . . . .
Federally related mortgage pools
Monetary authority
Commercial banking
U S commercial banks . . .
Foreign banking offices
Bank holding companies . . .
Banks in U.S. -affiliated areas
Funding corporations . . .
....
Thrift institutions
Life insurance companies
.....
Other insurance companies
Private pension funds
State and local government
retirement funds
Finance companies . . . .
Mortgage companies
Mutual funds
Closed-end funds
Money market mutual funds
Real estate investment trusts
(REITs) .
Brokers and dealers
Issuers of asset-backed securities
(ABSs)
Bank personal trusts . . . .
RELATION OF LIABILITIES
TO FINANCIAL ASSETS

....
...

....

17,618.3

20,057.1

21,894.5

23,895.5

26,346.3

27,751.1

29,609.6

31,360.1

33,783.1

35,638.3

Financial assets not included in
liabilities ( + )
54 Gold and special drawing rights .
55 Corporate equities
56 Household equity in noncorporate
business
..
....

18 4
2 360 0

19 5
2 763 4

21 4
2 778 9

20 7
3 098 9

210
3 809 7

22 0
3 530 2

22 3
4 863 6

19.6
5 462 9

20 1
6 186 5

21.1
6,048 8

2,134 4

2,199 3

2,306.0

2 423.3

2 582 4

2,529 1

2,444 4

2,41 1.5

2,420.5

2,510.7

Floats not included in assets ( — )
57 U.S. government checkable deposits
58 Other checkable deposits
59 Trade credit

1.7
37 3
-119 9

2.7
28 3
-128 5

6.0
28 8
-1394

5.9
29 6
-146 5

6.1
27 5
-1395

15.0
35 9
-1303

3.8
404
= 129 3

6.8
42 0
= 124 6

5.6
40 7
= 101 7

3.4
38. 0
= 96.4

Liabilities not identified as assets ( - )
Treasury currency
Interbank claims
Security repurchase agreements
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

=38
-18.3
24.0
25.1
-134.2

-3 8
-24.5
34,0
20.9
-160.8

-40
= 28.1
15.6
25.0
-184.8

-4 i
-28.5
= 5.5
21.4
-158.2

-43
-3J.O
27.0
21.0
= 245.1

=41
-32.0
3.0
17.8
=261.2

-4 8
= 4.2
9.2
17.8
-330.7

-4 9
= 9.3
38.1
25.2
-398.4

-5 1
-4.7
120.6
26.2
-484.8

-5.4
-6.5
170.8
24.6
= 469.6

65 Totals identified to sectors as assets . . . . 22,319.0

25,271.0

27,281.6

29,724,2

33,097.6

34,188.3

37,337.6

39,679.1

42,813.4

44,560.0

53 Total liabilities

60
61
62
63
64




..

81

37. Flow of funds accounts, 1985-94—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1992

1993

1994

15,534.1

16,464.5

17,537.6

17,995.3

3,152.4
448.8
2,068.7
260.4
374.5

3,109.2
510.8
2,021.3
193.8
383.3

3,079.9
634.6
1,956.7
147.2
341.4

3,062.5
712,0
1,887.9
128.0
334.6

3,101.5
721.6
1,881.7
145.2
353.1

1,345.8
527.4
344.6
117.7
226.9
182.8
430.8
60.6
190.2
136.8
434.6
1,828.5

1,499.3
648.0
449.4
126.2
323.2
198.6
448.5
94.7
177.2
131.0
451.9
1,716.7

1,446.5
600.1
405.8
138.1
267.7
194.3
483.3
105.0
162.1
96.1
592.0
2,468.6

1 ,523, 1
698.8
461.5
157.3
304.3
237.3
448.6
106.6
166.2
103.0
733.9
2,810.0

1,517.8
694.4
499.1
171.9
327.1
195.4
428.8
145.3
177.1
72.1
989.5
3,076.7

1,873.0
1,087.9
674.8
179.9
494,8
413.1
387.6
184.2
188.5
24.8
1,067.2
2,885.9

354.3
3,400.9
515.1
2,582.4
53.2
206.2

380.0
3,484.2
522.1
2,529.1
62,4
224.4

405.7
4,138.3
608.3
2,444.4
87.0
234.1

433.0
4,516.5
629.6
2,411.5
76 J
251.0

468.2
4,974.7
660.9
2,420=5
102.7
264.1

488,4
5,009.5
670.0
2,510.7
107.9
281.3

3,174.1

3,4%.l

3,738.5

3,919.7

4,142.9

4,466.4

4,825.8

3,073.6
2,023.1
742. 1
79.5
104.7
27.8
96.5
43,5
41.5

3,379.6
2,253.1
796.4
81.9
123.7
25.8
98.6
42.5
57.6

3,614.3
2,455.0
812.4
85.8
139.1
12.1
109.8
38.8
68.9

3,784.7
2,613.7
797.4
93.5
151.5
8.7
119.9
55.1
64.3

4,002.3
2,788.1
803.0
108.1
163.9
11.4
127.9
53.3
71.5

4,294.3
2,972,5
866.5
120.0
181.4
19.8
134.1
75.9
79.6

4,645.6
3,162.6
984.0
134.5
191.4
32.5
140.6
74.1
88,6

15.5

16.4

16.5

15.7

15.8

16.6

17.5

1985

1986

1987

1988

9,668.2

10,680.2

11,379.6

12,345.6

13,801.7

14,022.6

2,454.4
348.3
1,689.5
221.7
...
194.9

2,656.7
436.1
1,783.9
206.1
230.6

2,761.7
431.4
1,829.1
247.9
253.3

2,938.8
449.3
1,939.5
280.9
269. 1

3,080,7
443.3
2,002.4
288.9
346.0

861.8
350.1
306.2
79.8
226.4
43.9
257.2
30.6
124.8
99.0
192.4
1,210.3

823.8
312.5
281.2
93.3
187.8
31.3
242.5
60.2
115.4
93.3
318.3
1,398.6

1,031.7
360.3
289.7
101.1
188.6
70.6
322.5
62.3
171.7
114.8
352.5
1,383.0

1,237.5
499.1
365.6
109.6
256 J
133.5
375.3
38.4
178.6
146.1
370.1
1,513.7

256.7
, . . 2,032.2
358.3
. , . 2,134.4
...
35.1
132.5

274.2
2,411.1
404.4
2,199.3
44.0
149.8

300.3
2,616.2
414.2
2,306.0
39.1
174.9

325.5
2,860.7
443.7
2,423.3
40.9
191.3

2,332.9

2,602.4

2,859.0

2,242.7
. . . 1,378.8
601.6
81.3
62.8
34.0
84.3
.
50.7
24.3

2,504.5
1,573.7
659.1
79.1
70.9
32.2
89.4
57.4
26.6

2,770.7
1,795.3
692.0
78.2
81.0
31.7
92.4
41.8
31.4

15.2

13.9

15.1

|

1989

1990

1991

Transaction category or sector
Households and nonprofit organ izat ions
1 Total financial assets
2 Deposits
3 Checkable deposits and currency
4 Small time and savings deposits
5 Large time deposits . .
6 Money market fund shares
7 Credit market instruments
8 U.S. government securities
9
Treasury issues
10
Savings bonds .
11
Other Treasury
12
Agency issues
13 Tax-exempt securities . . . .
14 Corporate and foreign bonds
15 Mortgages
16 Open market paper
17 Mutual fund shares
18 Corporate equities
19
20
21
22
23
24

Lite insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves . . . .
.
Investments in bank personal trusts
Equity in noncorporate business . .
Security credit . . . .
Miscellaneous assets

. .,
.,.
...

25 Total liabilities
26
27
28
29
10
31
12
33
34
35

Credit market instruments
Home mortgages
Consumer installment credit
Tax-exempt debt .
Commercial mortgages
Bank loans n.e.c
Other loans
Security credit
Trade debt
. ..
Deferred and unpaid life insurance
premiums

82



. ..

37. Flow of funds accounts, 1985-94—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector—Continued
Billions of dollars, amount outstanding at end of year

1985

1986

1987

1988

1,722.9

1,898.9

2,070.1

2,256.7

2,372.9

37 Liquid assets
38 Checkable deposits and currency . . .
39 Small time and savings deposits . . . .
40 Large time deposits
41 Money market fund shares
42 Security repurchase agreements . . . .
43 Foreign deposits
44 U S government securities
45
Treasury
46
Agency
.. . . . . .
47 Tax-exempt securities
48 Commercial paper

508.1
131.6
19.9
60.4
14.5
55.8
134.1
41.5
39.9
1.6
4.9
45.3

594.5
153.6
21.2
66.3
18.1
65.3
162.4
58.7
57.2
1.5
8.0
40.9

643.0
172.4
21.9
69.7
18.9
66.1
174.4
62.3
60.9
1.3
10.5
46.6

673.6
170.9
24.4
81.2
15.6
74.3
188.5
59.6
58.3
1.3
12.0
47.0

49
50
51
52
53
54
55

42.5
10.8
624.0
537.5
394.0
62.8

47.0
15.7
649.1
592.6
419.6
81.6

54.0
12.8
694.3
666.0
479.1
92.4

.8

.9

16.7
63.2

58 Total liabilities
59 Credit market instruments
60 Tax-exempt debt1
61 Corporate bonds
62 Mortgages
63 Bank loans n.e.c
64 Commercial paper
65 Other loans
66
Savings institutions
. . . .
67
Finance companies
68
U.S. government
69
Acceptable liability to banks . . . .
70
Rest of the world
71
Issuers of asset-backed securities
(ABSs)
72 Taxes payable
73 Trade debt
74 Miscellaneous liabilities
75 Foreign direct investment in United
States
76 pension fund contributions payable .

1991

1992

1993

1994

2,488.7

2,542.4

2,653.8

2,716.0

2,867.5

740.5
184.8
23.9
79.4
16.2
70.3
236.6
65.6
63.9
1.7
11.4
52.4

782.5
192.9
23.0
76.2
26.3
64.3
277.3
58.5
56.0
2.5
10.1
53.9

801.2
201.2
24.4
80.0
31.5
62.8
268.0
68.5
64.5
4.1
11.7
53.0

811.1
190.8
23.6
73.3
47.3
56.4
259.6
93.2
87.1
6.1
12.3
54.6

812.8
193.9
24.7
76.4
44.8
47.2
258.3
95.2
86.4
8.9
14.4
58.0

857.2
195.4
26.7
75.6
47.6
46.1
282.5
114.8
104.8
10.0
13.3
55.1

60.9
10.6
766.3
745.3
486.9
102.5

63.8
9.5
809.9
749.1
504.4
117.2

67.1
8.2
825.1
805.8
559.0
119.6

63.0
10.9
822.4
844.9
584.3
123.4

65.4
15.6
854.0
907.7
590.6
130.5

80.4
22.4
867.4
932.9
611.6
135.3

90.3
20.3
942.4
957.3
666.9
140.6

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

18.7
71.8

12.5
80.8

9.2
145.4

8.8
117.4

15.0
110.9

17.2
118.1

18.9
165.8

21.4
162.7

25.5
122.4

2,312.6

Transaction category or sector

2,606.3

2,909.7

3,245,6

3,537.1

3,705.4

3,723.7

3,825.2

3,913.9

4,152.2

1,542.5
127.0
578.2
96.5
424.1
72.2
244.5
14.7
127.0
14.2
28.3
60.3

1,774.1
117.1
705.4
128.8
473.7
62.9
286.2
19.9
141.7
14.8
28.1
81.7

1,969.9
116.2
784.1
191.4
482.4
73.8
322.0
20.4
171.0
11.5
32.6
86.5

2,169.0
116.4
887.2
185.5
519.3
85.7
374.8
24.6
196.3
9.9
32.6
111.5

2,365.7
115.5
961.1
203.9
553.5
107.1
424.5
23.5
216.2
9.6
35.8
137.9

2,469.2
115.2
1,008.2
192.4
555.4
116.9
481.3
17.2
234.8
8.8
29.2
186.7

2,458.0
114.0
1,086.9
193.1
530.5
98.5
435.0
9.7
234.3
7.9
23.3
152.7

2,500.4
114.0
1,154.4
165.6
518.5
107.1
440.9
6.2
237.2
7.9
20.4
159.9

2,560.7
113.9
1,229.6
163.7
515.2
117.8
420.4
5.4
235.7
8.1
17.1
137.1

2,680.8
112.4
1,251.7
157.5
562.6
139.2
457.4
5.1
270.1
8.6
15,0
139.9

0
39.0
486*0
245.0

0
42.8
499.7
289.8

0
47.9
539.6
352.4

0
49.6
598.7
428.3

1.6
46.5
629.3
495.7

4.6
41.5
658.6
536.1

7.0
33.3
670.8
561.6

9.3
40.5
700.9
583.2

17.0
42.5
727.0
583.6

18.7
45.3
799.5
626.6

195.0
50.1

235.2
54.6

295.6
56.8

366.9
61.4

423.3
72.4

468.3
67.7

472.9
88.7

486.6
96.6

477.2
106.4

522.1
104.4

138.0
1,797.2

149.3
2,136.0

154.7
2,243.1

167.5
2,510.8

180.6
3,173.3

166.5
3,010.6

151.6
4,125.7

153.0
4,609.2

140.5
5,127.0

142.9
5,003.0

801.8
740.8
1,265.8

951.3
822.8
1,365.3

1,091.8
878.1
1,465.5

1,189.2
979.8
1,628.1

1,280.5
1,085.2
1,760.9

1,315.7
1,153.5
1,853.6

1,394.0
1,063.9
1,768.1

1,434.0
1,066.4
1,807.9

1,507.3
1,053.5
1,823.0

1,521,6
1,159.3
2,004.1

1989

1990

Nonfinancial corporate business
36 Total financial assets

Consumer credit
Mutual fund shares
Trade credit
Miscellaneous assets
Foreign direct investments1
insurance receivables
Equity in government sponsored
enterprises4
56 Investments in finance company
subsidiaries
57 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 liabilities*
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 . .




51.9

53.6

55.4

54.8

54.1

53.2

56.7

57.3

58.8

56.7

48.0
40.1

46.3
43.5

44.5
43.8

45.1
41.3

45.8
42.0

46.7
42.2

43.2
45.3

42.6
44.8

41.1
44.5

43.2
42.7

83

38. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures, 1994
Monthly data seasonally adjusted, and indexes 1987= UK), except as noted
Year

2
3
4
5
6
7

....
....

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

118.1

114.7

115.6

116.6

116.7

117.4

118.0

118.2

119.1

119.0

119.5

120.3

121.7

126.5
108.1
121.5

113.1
115.9
111.5
122.7
104.6
117. 1

114.0
117.0
112.4
123.8
104.9
118.1

114.7
117.4
112.9
124.3
106.3
119.5

114.7
117.3
112.3
124.9
106.9
119.7

115.3
117.8
112.8
125.4
107.7
120.5

115.9
11H.4
113.5
125.8
108.5
121.2

116.2
118.5
113.3
126.4
109.1
121.4

116.7
U9.2
1I3.H
127.5
109.2
122.8

116.4
118.9
113.0
128.0
108.6
322.9

116.9
119.2
113.0
128.8
109.9
123.4

117.5
M9.8
113.9
128.9
1 10.6
124.6

118.7
121.2
115.5
130.1
110.9
126.3

115.8

116.7

118.0

118.4

119.0

119.3

119.8

120.9

83.4

....

Market groupings
Products, total
Final, total
Consumer goods . . . . .
Bquipment
Intermediate
Materials

Feb.

119.7

1 Industrial production

1

Jan.

115.9
118.4

Measure

81.8

82.2

82.9

83.0

S3.2

83.2

83.3

83.8

H3.6

H3.H

H4.4

H5.2

in 2

Industry g roupingx
9 Capacity utilization, manufacturing
(percent)2
10 Construction contracts^

109.3

109.0

112.0

115.0

110.0

114.0

105.0

109.0

110.0

109.0

107.0

1 1 1 .0

101.0

1 1 Nonagricultural employment, total 4 . . . . . . . .
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
5
20 Retail sales
....

111.3
95.6
95.1
96.1
116.3
150.0
145.0
126.0
150.8
145.2

110.2
95.6
95.5
96,1
114.8
144.2
141.4
123 6
144.8
138.8

110.4
95.8
95.7
96.4
115.1
146.7
141.8
124.6
147.5
141.6

110.9
96.2
95.9
96.7
115.6
147.5
142.4
124.8
148.4
143.4

111.2
96.5
96.0
97.0
115.9
148.3
143.3
124.8
148.2
143.2

I I 1.5
96.6
96.1
97.0
116.2
149.0
144.3
124.9
149.8
143.0

t i l .8
96.9
96.3
97.3
116.5
149.3
144.5
125.3
150. 1
144.4

112.0
97.0
96.3
97.4
116.8
150.0
145.2
125.6
150.9
144.4

112.3
97.2
96.6
97.7
117.1
150.7
145.5
126.2
151.6
146.5

312.6
97.4
96.6
97.8
117.4
151.7
146.4
126.7
152.6
147.6

112.7
97.6
96.8
98. 1
117.6
153.7
14H.2
128.8
154.8
149.3

113.2
98.0
97.1
98.5
IIH.I
153.7
148.1
127.9
154.7
149.8

113.4
98.2
97.2
98.7
118.3
154.7
149.0
128.6
155.8
150.0

Priced
2 1 Consumer ( 1 982-84 r • 1 00)
22 Producer finished goods (1982^ 100)

148.2
125.5

146.2
124.5

146.7
124.8

147.2
124.9

147.4
125.0

147.5
125.3

148.0
125.6

148.4
126.0

149.0
126.5

149.4
125.6

149.5
125.8

149.7
126.1

149.7
126.2

39. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 19941
A. Output
1987 =-100, quarterly duta are seasonally adjusted

Ql

Q2

118.1

Series

115.7

117.4

Year

1 Total industry
2 Manufacturing

|

Q3

]

Q4

118.8

120.5

119.7

116.8

118.9

120.5

122.7

Primary processing 2
Advanced processing^

115.3
121.8

112.4
118.9

114.7
120.9

115.9
122.7

118.4
124.8

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Durable goods
Lumber and products
...
Primary metals
Iron a n d steel . . . .
. . . .
Nonfcrrous
Industrial machinery and equipment
Electrical machinery
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment . . .

125.5
106.0
114.5
118.3
109.3
159.9
160.0
137.9

122.0
104.4
110.6
114.5
105.3
152.1
150.3
140.0

124.1
105.4
114.4
120.2
106.9
157.6
156.8
133.3

126.5
106.6
114.1
115.8
I I 1. 4
162.6
163.5
135.0

129.4
107.9
119.4
123.3
113.9
167.5
169.4
141.5

82.6

83.7

84.2

82.1

80.8

14
15
16
17
18
19

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals and products . . . .
Plastics materials .
Petroleum products

113.3
109.0
117.4
124.1
125.4
105.3

Ill.O
106.8
115.1
122.1
120.6
103.7

113.1
108.7
115.9
123.6
124.3
106.3

113.8
108.9
118.5
124.4
126.9
104.9

115.3
1 1 1 .6
120.6
126.0
130.2
106.5

99.8
118.1
117.8

99.3
119.3
117.6

100.7
117.2
118.0

100.1
118.1
118.2

99.2
116.3
117.3

3
4

20 Mining .
21 Utilities
2?
Electric

84



... .

...

39. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 19941—Continued
B. Capacity
Percent of 1987 output, quarterly data are seasonally adjusted

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total industry

140.5

139,0

140.0

140.9

141.9

2 Manufacturing

143 6

142 0

143 1

144 2

145 3

131 3
149.3

130 3
147.4

131 0
148.7

131 6
150.0

132 3
151.3

150 9
115.8
125.1
128 2
120.5
180.3
182 1
159.4

148 8
115.1
124.7
127 5
120.6
176.5
175 8
156.7

150 2
115.5
125.0
127 9
120.5
179.0
179 9
158.5

151 6
116.0
125.2
128 4
120.5
181.6
184 1
160.3

153 1
116.5
125.4
128 8
120.5
184.1
188 5
162.2

129.6

130.1

129.8

129.4

129.1

135 1
121 1
126.9
152 6
130.4
115 3

134 0
120 1
126.0
150 5
129.2
115 4

134 8
120 8
126 6
151 9
130.0
1 15 3

135
121
127
153
130
1 15

5
4
1
3
8
2

H6 3
122 0
127.7
154 7
131.6
1 15 1

111.5
135.2
132.9

111.5
134.6
132.1

111.5
135.0
132.6

111.5
135.4
133.1

111.4
111. 8
133.6

Series

3
4

Year

Primary processing2
Advanced processing-1

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Durable goods
.
.
Lumber and products
Primary metals
Iron and steel
Nonferrous
Industrial machinery and equipment
Electrical machinery
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment

14
15
16
17
18
19

.

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals and products
Plastics materials
Petroleum products

,.

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22
Electric

C. Capacity utilization rate4
Percent, quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

QI

Q2

Q3

Q4

I Total industry

84.0

83.2

83.8

84,3

84.9

2 Manufacturing

Series

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

83 4

82 3

83 1

83 6

84 5

Primary processing2
Advanced processing3

87 9
81.6

86 3
80.7

87 6
81.3

88 1
81.8

89 5
82.5

Durable goods
Lumber and products
Primary metals
Iron and steel
Nonferrous
Industrial machinery and equipment
Electrical machinery
Motor vehicles and parts
Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment

83.1
91 6
91.6
92.4
90.7
88.7
87 8
86.2

82.0
90 7
88.6
89.8
87.3
86.2
85 5
89.4

82.6
91 2
91.6
93.9
88.7
88.0
87 1
84.1

83.4
91 9
91.1
90.2
92.4
89.6
88 8
84.2

84.6
9? 7
95.2
95.8
94.5
91.0
89 9
87.2

63.8

64.4

64.9

63.5

62.6

83.8
90.0
92 6
81.3
96.2
91.4

82.9
88.9
91 4
81.1
93.4
89.9

83.9
90.1
91 6
81.4
95.6
92.2

84.0
89.7
93 2
81.1
97.0
91.1

84.6
91.4
94 4
81.4
98.9
92.5

89 5
87.1
88 6

89 1
88.6
89 0

90 3
86.8
89 0

89 8
87.2
88 8

89 0
85.6
87 8

Nondurable goods
Textile mill products
Paper and products
Chemicals and products
Plastics materials
Petroleum products

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22
Electric




.

85

40. Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1994
Thousands of persons; monthly data seasonally adjusted
Year

Category
HOUSEHOLD SUKVKY DATA

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. j Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1

1 Civilian labor force2
131,056 130,643 130,784 130,706 130,787 130,699 130,538 130,774 131,086 131,291 131,646 131,718 131,725
Employment
3
2 Non agricultural industries . . . 119,651 118,575 118,840 118,764 118,964 119,290 119,341 119,448 119,761 120,233 120,647 120,903 121,038
3 Agriculture .
3 494
3 409
3 328
3 294
3 333
3 368
3,396
3,438
3,413
3 500
3 512
^ 436
3411
4

Unemployment
Number , .

5

Rate (percent of civilian labor
force)

7 996

8 740

8 576

8,546

8 385

7 996

7 903

7 993

7 889

7 647

7 505

7 315

7 155

6 1

67

66

65

64

61

61

61

60

58

57

56

54

ESTABLISHMENT SURVKY DATA
6 Nonagricultural payroll
employment
7
8
9
10
1i
12
13
14

Manufacturing
Mining
Contract construction
Transportation and public
utilities
Trade
Finance
Service .
Government

86



113,423 112,301 112,576 113,087 113,363 113,638 113,943 114,171 114,510 114,762 114,935 115,427 115,624
18,064
604
4,916

18,151
612
4,820

18,176
609
4,846

18,215
606
4,904

18,244
603
4,969

18,257
599
4,981

18,297
602
5,006

18,297
596
5,029

1 8 346
597
5,038

18 355
598
5,077

18,398
595
5,088

18,439
592
5,144

18,472
592
5,166

5,842
26 362
6,789
31 805
19,041

5,904
26 139
6,895
30 798
18,982

5,929
26 239
6,912
30 880
18,985

5,952
26,395
6,929
3 1 ,057
19,029

5,903
26 445
6,937
31 207
19,055

5,994
26474
6,935
31 305
19,093

6,008
26 539
6,946
31 442
19,103

6,022
26 597
6,947
31 573
19,110

6,045
26 660
6,948
31 693
19 183

6 048
26 746
6,942
31 789
19 207

6,061
26 775
6,935
31 888
19,195

6,092
26 9 1 3
6,937
32 035
19,275

6,121
26 988
6,93 1
32 H5
19,219

41. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value, 19941
A. Major markets
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Group

1992
proportion

1994
avg.

100.0

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1987 = 100)
118.1

114.7

115.6

116.6

116.7

117.4

118.0

118.2

119.1

119.0

119.5

120.3

121.7

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, televisions,
and air conditioners .
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

60.9
46.6
28.5
5.5
2.5
1.6
.9
.7

115.9
118.4
113.2
119.4
125.5
125.4
94.9
180.7

113.1
115.9
111,5
118.6
126.6
128.3
98.7
181.5

114.0
117.0
112.4
121.1
131.5
134.8
102.7
192.7

114.7
117.4
112.9
119.0
126.4
127.7
98.8
179.6

114.7
117.3
112.3
117.8
124.1
125.0
96.0
177.2

115.3
117.8
112.8
116.4
120.1
118.1
90.4
168.0

115.9
118.4
113.5
118.0
121.0
118.5
89.6
170.7

116.2
118.5
113.3
118.0
119.5
115.0
86.5
166.6

116.7
119.2
113.8
120.7
124.9
126.0
91.7
189.0

116.4
118.9
113.0
119.1
123.8
122.5
90.2
181.5

116.9
119.2
113.0
119.4
124.5
122.3
92.9
175.5

117.3
119.8
113.9
120.5
127.1
126.5
94.0
185.8

118.7
121.2
115.5
123.4
131.1
131.4
100.5
187.3

.9
3.0

123.2
114.1

120.4
111.8

121.9
112.2

121.1
112.7

119.8
112.5

121.9
113.2

123.8
115.4

126.6
116.7

120.0
117.1

123.9
115.2

126.6
115.2

125.7
115.0

127.8
116.8

.7
.8

126.0
105.0

124.0
102.3

121.6
103.5

124.3
103.1

120.7
104.5

125.6
103.3

132.8
103.6

129.7
108.4

135.1
106.9

130.2
104.1

124.9
107.4

126.9
105.9

131.5
108.0

1.5
23.0
10.3
2.4
4.5
2.9
2.9
.9
2.1

113.8
111.8
110.5
95.9
129.7
104.7
113.9
106,7
116.8

111.4
109.8
106.5
93.6
127.7
104.0
118.4
105.8
123.6

112.7
110.4
107.6
94.5
128.7
103.9
117.3
105.4
122.2

112.8
111.5
109.8
95.7
130.3
103.9
114.5
105.8
118.1

113.2
11 1.0
110.2
96.4
128.4
105.1
110.0
108.3
110.5

113.1
112.0
110.9
97.2
129.5
105.6
112.4
107.4
114.4

114.2
112.5
110.5
96.3
131.4
105.8
115.5
106.5
119.3

115.3
112.2
110.6
96.5
131.1
105.2
114.3
105.8
117.8

114.6
112.2
111.2
95.9
129.8
105.9
113.1
105.8
116.1

114.6
111.7
111.9
95.5
127.5
105.2
110.5
107.4
111.8

114.9
111.5
112.2
96.2
127.2
103.6
109.8
103.9
112.2

114.5
112.4
112.4
96.2
130.5
104.6
110.6
109.8
110.7

114.9
113.7
114.3
96.8
134.0
104.3
109.6
107.4
110.3

23
24
25

18.1
14.0

126.5
146.7

122.7
140.4

123.8
142.0

124.3
142.6

124.9
143.5

125.4
144.5

125.8
145.5

126.4
146.9

127.5
148.9

128.0
149.5

128.8
150.9

128.9
151.0

130.1
152.6

5.7

176.4

167.1

168.5

170.0

170.2

171.8

173.7

177.1

179.7

181.1

183.2

184.2

188.3

1.5
4.0
2.6
1.2
1.7
3.4
.5
.2

284.2
120.9
137.9
148.0
129.4
71.0
90.8
137.3

265.5
114.6
140.1
149.1
121.1
74.5
88.9
132.4

267.6
116.4
142.3
154.6
122.3
73.6
91.9
131.5

270.9
117.8
139.3
148.1
123.3
73.7
92.1
135.6

270.8
119.2
138.0
145.9
127.1
73.6
93.2
132.4

271.6
120.7
135.3
140.0
129.4
72.4
94.6
135.2

276.5
120.6
136.1
141.7
130.5
71.3
94.2
137.8

282.6
122.1
132.6
138.2
132.6
69.9
93.7
133.3

288.9
122.3
137.9
149.4
133.5
69.2
89.6
134.5

295.8
123.0
136.8
147.7
133.3
68.8
93.9
138.4

300.5
124 .4
137.1
149.2
134.3
68.7
88.3
142.0

305.7
124.1
137.5
151.6
133.1
69.0
86.0
143.1

311.9
124.1
137.8
152.6
133.1
68.7
86.0
153.6

Intermediate products, total
Construction supplies
Business supplies

14.3
5.3
9.0

108.1
106.8
109.1

104.6
102.9
105.8

104.9
102.7
106.5

106.3
103.2
108.4

106.9
104.7
108.5

107.7
106.1
108.8

108.5
106.4
110.1

109.1
107.9
110.0

109.2
108.2
109.9

108.6
108.6
108.7

109.9
109.7
110.1

110.6
109.8
111.3

110.9
111.6
110.7

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
Paper materials
46
Chemical materials
47
Other
48 Energy materials
49
Primary energy
50
Converted fuel materials

39.1
20.6
3.9
7.5
9.1
3.0
8.9
1.1
1.8
4.0
2.0
9.6
6.3
3.3

121.5
131.2
132.2
143.1
121.3
119.7
118.4
105.3
118.7
123.2
116.9
105.2
100.3
114.9

117.1
125.2
129.9
134.1
116.0
114.4
114.6
101.8
113.8
119.5
113.4
103.8
97.3
116.9

118.1
126.2
129.7
135.6
117.1
116.9
115.6
102.7
116.3
120.0
114.0
104.7
99.4
115.2

119.5
128.3
131.5
137.9
119.3
117.6
116.7
104.0
117.8
120.6
115.6
105.0
100.5
114.0

119.7
129.2
130.1
139.6
120.4
119.7
115.9
104.4
116.1
120.6
113.3
104.8
100.9
112.5

120.5
129.8
129.7
140.5
121.2
120.0
118.2
104.2
118.9
123.8
114.8
104.6
100.4
112.8

121.2
130.0
129.2
142.1
120.8
119.6
118.1
104.8
118.4
122.9
116.5
106.7
100.2
119.9

121.4
130.9
130.4
143.8
121.1
118.8
118.6
104.8
117.5
123.4
118.6
105.2
100.3
114.9

122.8
132.6
133.2
145.2
122.3
119.3
120.3
105.7
122.5
124.8
118.1
106.1
100.9
116.3

122.9
133.3
133.1
146.7
122.8
121.1
119.8
105.9
121.5
124.0
118.2
105.6
100.8
115.1

123.4
134.2
133.8
149.0
122.7
121.3
120.3
106.9
120.5
124.6
119.5
105.2
100.3
115.1

124.6
136.0
135.8
150.7
124.6
123.2
121.5
110.3
122.1
125.9
119.3
104.9
100.7
113.4

126.3
138.6
139.7
152.3
127.3
126.0
122.8
108.7
121.3
127.5
123.4
105.3
101.7
112.3

97.2

117.6

114.1

114.8

116.1

116.2

117.1

117.7

118.1

118.7

118.6

119.1

119.8

121.1

95.2

117.1

113.5

114.3

115.5

115.7

116.6

117.3

117.7

118.2

118.0

118.5

119.2

120.5

98.3

115.4

112.2

113.1

114.0

114.1

114.8

115.4

115.5

116.4

116.1

116.6

117.4

118.7

26.9
25.6

112.4
113.1

110.4
110.7

111.0
111.9

111.9
112.7

111.5
112.5

112.4
112.8

113.2
113.2

113.2
.113.2

113.0
113.8

112.4
113.3

112.4
M3.3

113.1
114.2

114.5
116.2

12.8

146.5

139.4

140.7

142.0

143.2

144.8

145.7

147.7

148.8

149.5

151.0

150.9

152.5

12.5
29.5

130.7
127.3

125.6
121.9

127.2
122.9

127.6
124.8

128.5
125.1

129.4
126.2

130.0
126.4

131.1
127.2

132.7
128.8

132.7
129.2

133.8
129.9

133.6
131.6

134.7
133.8

1 Total index

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Equipment
Business equipment
Information processing and
related
Computer and office
equipment
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 computer and office
equipment
54 Consumer goods excluding autos and
trucks
.
. . .
55 Consumer goods excluding energy . . .
56 Business equipment excluding autos
and trucks
57 Business equipment excluding
computer and office equipment .
58 Materials excluding energy




87

41. Industrial production: Indexes and gross value, 19941—Continued
B. Major industries
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1992
proportion

1994
avg.

100.0

118.1

114.7

115.6

116.6

116.7

117.4

118.0

118,2

119.1

119.0

119.5

120.3

121,7

2 Manufacturing
3
Primary processing
4
Advanced processing . . .

85.5
26.5
59.0

119.7
115.3
121.8

115. B
I I I .7
117.7

116.7
112.2
118.9

118.0
113.3
120.2

118.4
1 14.0
120.5

119.0
115.2
120.8

119.3
114.7
121.5

119.8
115.3
121.9

120.9
116.3
123.1

120.9
116.2
123.1

121.5
116.6
123.8

122.6
118.4
124.6

124.2
120.3
126.0

5
6
7
8

Durable goods
' '24
Lumber and products . .
Furniture and fixtures .
25
Stone, clay, and glass
products
32
Primary metals
33
Iron and steel
331,2
Raw steel
333^9
Nonferrous
Fabricated metal
34
products .
Industrial machinery
35
and equipment . . .
Com p u t i ng and of f i ee
357
equipment . . . .
36
Electrical machinery . .
Transportation
37
equipment
Motor vehicles and
37!
parts
Autos and light
371
trucks
Aerospace and
miscellaneous
transportation
equipment . . . . 372 6,9
38
Instruments
39
Miscellaneous

45.1
2.0
1.4

125.5
106.0
111.4

121.0
105.3
105.8

122.1
103.8
107.6

122.9
104.0
107.7

123.7
103.9
1 10.2

124.0
106.0
110. 1

124.6
106.2
t i l .8

125.2
106.8
114.0

127.0
105.5
115.5

127.2
107.6
112.4

128.0
106.7
114.8

129.1
106.7
113.0

131.2
110.4
114.7

2.1
3.1
1.7
.1
1.4

104.9
1 14.5
118.3
107.9
109.3

101.8
108.0
110.8
102.0
104.1

101.8
111.6
116.0
105.8
105.8

103,7
1 12.1
116,7
106.0
106.0

105.0
114.8
121.5
105.3
106.2

105.5
114.8
120.9
105.7
106.9

104.4
113.7
118.2
106.3
107.6

104.3
112.7
116.1
104.7
108.0

105.8
113.5
113.0
107.0
113.6

105.8
116.0
118.2
109.9
112.7

105.4
115.9
118.8
109.0
11 1.8

106.9
119.1
121.9
114.2
115.2

110.1
123.0
129.3
121.9
1 14.8

5.0

110.8

107.2

106.6

108.5

109.6

110.0

110.2

111.7

112.4

I I 1.6

112.2

113.3

115.3

7.9

159.9

150.3

151.9

154.0

156.1

157.7

158.9

160.6

162.6

164.6

166.5

167.5

168.5

1.7
7.3

284.2
160.0

265.5
148.1

267.6
150.1

270.9
152.6

270.8
154.3

271.6
156.5

276.5
159.5

282.6
161.5

288.9
164.1

295.8
165.0

3tX) *>
166.9

30S 7
168.8

311.9
172.5

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 . .

Group

SIC
code2

I 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
Kleetrie
41 Gas

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. \ Sept.

Oct.

Nov .

Dec.

Index (1987 - 100)

9.6

109.7

110.8

112.3

1 10.7

109.5

107.6

107.5

105.7

109.5

108.8

109.0

110.5

1 1 1 .9

4.8

137.9

138.7

142.6

138.8

136.2

131.6

132.2

129.6

138.1

137.4

138.4

141.4

144.6

2.5

131.9

135.2

141.9

134.7

131.7

124.4

124.6

120.8

131.9

128.4

128.6

132.7

138.4

4.8
5.4
1.3

82.6
107.4
116.2

84.1
105.9
112.6

83.3
106.3
113.5

83.8
106.9
114.1

84.1
106.6
115.2

84.6
106.4
115.4

83.8
106.8
115.8

82.8
108.5
118.6

82.3
108.7
117.1

81.4
108.0
117.0

80.8
108.2
118.4

80.9
107.7
118.6

80.6
108.9
117.6

' '20
21
22
23
26
27

40.5
9.4
1.6
1.8
2.2
3.6
6.8

113.3
112.8
96.5
109.0
96.3
117.4
101.1

1 10.0
109.9
87.0
106.0
93.5
114.0
98.2

110.7
109.9
93.6
106.4
94.9
115.7
98.8

112.5
112.9
93.0
107.9
95.7
115.7
101.3

112.4
111.9
98.1
108.6
96.2
114.4
101.7

113.4
112.8
98.5
108.9
97.1
116.7
101.6

113.4
112.8
95.9
108.7
97.0
116.6
102.4

113.6
113.4
93.7
109.4
97.0
116.6
102.1

114.0
113.7
96.2
109.0
96.8
120.2
101.5

1 13.7
114.6
96.1
108.3
96.8
118.7
100.9

114.2
113.4
104.5
1 10.6
96.9
118.9
101.4

115.4
113.9
101.5
112.0
96.8
121.3
102.0

116.4
114.7
108.0
112.2
97.0
121.7
101.6

28
29

9.9
1.4

124.1
105.3

121.3
104.0

121.8
103.8

123.1
103.4

122.4
107.5

124.0
107.0

124.4
104.5

124.7
104.3

124.7
105.2

123.7
105.3

123.8
104.0

126.2
107.6

128.0
107.7

30
31

3.5
.3

133.5
85.8

128.3
86.8

128.2
85.4

130.9
87.0

130.8
87.6

132.4
85.9

132.8
85.5

134.5
86.3

134.5
85.5

134.7
85.4

136.7
85.6

138.3
84.5

140.0
84.4

" " 10
12
13
14

6.8
.4
1.0
4.7
.6

99.8
159.4
112.0
93.0
107.0

97.8
164.2
101.6
92.4
103.6

99.5
161.6
112.0
92.7
104.8

100.5
165.2
117.7
92.9
104.7

100.7
157.0
118.3
93.2
105.9

100.7
156.4
111.5
94.3
108.1

100.6
162.8
1)3.4
93.8
105.6

100.1
159.5
108.6
93.9
107.9

100.0
156.6
111.4
93.5
106.6

100.1
160.0
!10.7
93.7
106.7

99.2
158. 9
1 10.2
92.2
109.3

98.3
154.3
9L2
109.9

100.1
156.2
117.8
92.2
109.9

7.7
6.1
1.6

IIS.I
117.8
119.2

120.3
118.1
128.9

119.6
117.5
128.1

117.9
117.2
120.5

114.7
116.4
107.9

115.8
116.2
114.1

121.1
121.4
120.0

119.0
119.0
118.9

118.8
118.4
120.4

116.5
117.1
114=2

1 17.2

491,3PT
492,3PT

1 1?!5
1 14.4

116.5
117.5
112,3

U5.2
116.5
109.8

80.7

118.6

114.4

115.2

116.7

117.3

118.2

118.6

119.2

119.8

119.9

120.5

121.5

122.9

83.8

116.5

112.8

113.7

114.9

115.3

115.9

116.2

116.6

117.6

117.5

118.1

119.1

120.6

Si-'uc'iAi, AGORBG ATI-IS
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

1,707.0 2,006.2 1,964.4 1,977.8 1,985.6 1,985.8 1,990.7 2,002.5 2,002.1 2,020.2 2,015.6 2,020.4 2,037,2 2,056.5

45 Final
46 Consumer goods
47
Equipment
48 Intermediate

1,314.6 1,576.3 1,547.1 1,559.9 1,563.6 1,559.9 1,561.7 1,571.1 1,569.3 1,586.6 1,584.2 1,584.4 1 ,598.4 1,615.1
866.6 982.5 972.5 979.6 981.3 976.0 977.1
983.0 979.0 987.3 981.5 977.0 988.5 999.6
448.0 593.8 574.6 580.4 582.3 583.9 584.5 588.1
590.3 599.3 602.7 607.3 609.9 615,5
392.5 429.8 417.3 417.8 422.0 425.9 429.0 431.4 432.9 433.5 43 1 .4 436.0 438.8 441.4

88



42. Housing and construction, 1993-94
Seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted
Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar.

| Apr.

| May

Item

| June

| July [ Aug.

| Sept.

| Oct.

[ Nov.

| Dec.

1993

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units except as noted)
NEW UNITS

1,177
989
188
1,213
1,087
126
637
501
136
1,146
984
162
252

1,148
953
195
1,198
1,052
146
642
509
133
1,221
1,035
186
252

1,056
881
175
1,068
939
129
631
499
132
1,118
998
120
242

1,104
922
182
1,232
1,087
145
634
504
130
1,211
1,061
150
242

1,112
911
201
1,245
1,112
133
645
516
129
1,127
985
142
236

1,130
932
198
1,257
1,072
185
652
521
131
1,179
1,008
171
242

1,174
977
197
1,253
1,078
175
662
529
133
1,098
955
143
248

1,230
1,000
230
1,318
1,182
136
665
537
128
1,250
1,074
176
252

1,251
1,028
223
1,352
1,152
200
678
544
134
1,159
1,035
124
258

1,287
1,071
216
1,417
1,236
181
689
553
136
1,242
1,073
169
264

1,357
1,125
232
1,401
1,245
156
696
561
135
1,253
1,115
138
281

1,461
1,161
300
1,602
1,376
226
706
569
137
1,291
1,138
153
292

Merchant builder activity in one-family
units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale at end of period1 . . . .

610
266

602
269

593
270

692
272

628
274

656
274

658
277

644
286

732
286

700
290

768
294

823
293

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
16 Median
17 Average

118
139

129
149

125
147

127
148

130
152

125
146

124
143

127
151

129
150

125
147

130
153

125
146

3,730

3,520

3,460

3,440

3,600

3,740

3,880

3,900

3,990

3,990

4,060

4,290

103
129

103
129

105
132

106
133

107
133

109
137

108
136

109
135

107
134

107
133

107
133

107
134

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Permits authorized
One-family
Two-family or more
Started
One-family
Two-family or more
Under construction at end of period1
One-family
Two-family or more
Completed
One-family
Two-family or more
Mobile homes shipped

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

446,464 451,486 450,041 450,060 452,436 461,120 462,941 465,611

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidential
Industrial buildings
25
Commercial buildings .
26
27
Other buildings
28
Public utilities and other

329,027
205,078
123,949
20,198
41,631
21,607
40,513

29 Public
30 Military
31 Highway
32 Conservation and development
33 Other

117,436 121,250 118,817 123,247 120,579 126,264 127,077 124,144
2,417
2,594
2,205 2,471
2,743
2,613
2,744
2,521
30,577 34,510 33,831 35,638 35,039 39,033 38,464 34,876
5,919 5,800
7,497
5,697 6,784
5,572
6,068
5,695
78,549 77,212 74,746 79,320 77,055 79,107 80,342 81,175




469,976 474,036 484,136 492,883

330,237 331,224 326,813 331,857 334,856 335,864 341,467 342,139 346,383 354,768 362,008
206,435 204,419 201,562 203,585 206,680 207,652 210,204 212,667 217,170 221,886 226,817
123,802 126,805 125,251 128,272 128,176 128,212 131,263 129,472 129,213 132,882 135,191
19,527 19,184 19,261 20,180
19,765 21,587 18,294 19,068 18,963 19,395 19,380
42,444 41,038 41,344 41,878 41,308 40,577 42,139 41,622 43,381 46,569 47,797
21,901 22,036 22,621 22,922 23,941 24,357 25,564 24,949 24,527 24,093 24,036
444
39,692 42,144 42,992 4 , 0 43,964 43,883 44,180 43,374 42,121 42,959 43,178
127,838 127,653 129,368 130,875
2,186
2,339
2,346
2,306
38,964 39,359 40,595 40,798
5,187
5,198
6,226
6,219
80,302 79,769 81,247 82,693

89

42. Housing and construction, 1993-94—Continued
Seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Item

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1994

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units except as noted)
NKW UNITS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Permits authorized
One-family
Two-family or more
Started
One-family
Two-family or more
Under construction at end of period1
One-family
Two-family or more
Completed
One-family
Two-family or more
Mobile homes shipped

1,386
1,113

273
1,266
1,122
144
712
572
140

1,231
1,085
146
302

1,271
1,063
208

1,375
1,067
308
1,463
1,209
254
736
582
154

1,187
150
298

1,335
1,074
261
1,499
1,259
240
731
584
147
1,266
1,106
160
304

1,200
163
292

276
1,489
1,197
292
746
581
165
1,438
1,245
193
296

1,318
1,112

206
720
577
143
1,337

1,363

1,377
1,101

1,350
1,062
288
1,370
1,174

196
751
585
166
1,333
1,151
182
295

1,347
1,049
298
1,440
1,219
221
757
585
172
1,280

1,386
1,063
323
1,463
1,174
289
770
589
181

355
1,451
1,164
28?
779
587
192

1,358
1,025
333
1,536
1,186
350
787
587
200

1,400

1,376

1,371

1,169
207
314

1,136

235
322

1,420
1,105
315
1,545
1,250
295
791
584
207
1,388
1, 173
215
347

1,426
1,066
360
1,511

1,235
276
773
590
183

1,157

1,337
1,144

123
289

193
295

1,158
242
307

1,401
1,046

Merchant builder activity in one-family
units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale at end of period1

640
295

691
298

722
299

672
298

689
302

632
313

630
317

672
322

691
328

70?
330

642
335

627
338

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
16 Median
17 Average

126
153

130
151

132
153

129
153

130
152

134
158

124
144

333
155

130
157

132
153

130
155

135
160

4,170

3,840

4,110

4,110

4,110

4,010

3,940

3,910

3,870

3,820

3,690

3,7.60

108
135

107
133

108
135

109
136

110
137

113
141

112
140

113
141

109
136

108
133

109
135

109
136

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)'
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

487,180 488,908 493,918 495,637 501,164 505,843 509,585 509,853 518,324 521,296 520,183 521,771

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidential
25
Industrial buildings . . .
26
Commercial buildings .
27
Other buildings . . . . . .
28
Public utilities and other

360,222
228,724
131,498
19,215
43,949
23,738
44,596

29 Public
30 Military
31 Highway
32 Conservation and development
33 Other

126,958 125,903 124,419 124,510 126,321 128,814 131,201 130,195
2,017
1,787
2,364
2,138
1,994
2,935
2,405
2,331
39,372 37,977 38,758 38,921 40,083 39,540 40,415 40,137
5,629
5,325
5,715 6,634
5,826
5,7?5
5,559 5,939
78,936 79,505 78,342 77,746 78,471 81,384 82,442 81,919

90




363,004 369,499 371,127 374,843 377,030 378,383 379,658 384,460 382,946 387,052 386,103
232,511 235,403 237,541 239,891 239,826 240,524 240,090 242,215 240,484 242,447 243,565
130,493 134,096 133,586 134,952 137,204 137,859 139,568 142,245 142,462 144,605 142,538
19,726 20,076 20,529 20,425 20,114 20,192 21,272 21,935 21,894 25,060 22,769
42,429 46,304 47,063 48,530 48,606 48,475 48,396 50,738 51,195 52,008 53,491
22,673 24,891 23,901 24,191 24,477 23,947 23,610 23,559 23,677 24,147 24,694
45,665 42,825 42,093 41,806 44,007 45,245 46,290 46,013 45,696 43,3% 41,584
133,865 138,349 133,131 135,668
2,784
2,344
2,354
2,361
40,519 40,992 39,283 38,464
7,466
?,339
6,331
7J97
83,646 8?,816 85,163 86,954

43. Consumer and producer prices, 1994
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data except as noted
Change from 12 months earlier

Change from 3 months earlier (annual rate)

Index level 1

Item

1993 Dec.

Mar.

1994 Dec.

Jun e

Dec.

Sept.

CONSUMER PRICES2 (1982-84= 100)

2.7

2.7

2.2

2.7

3.6

1.9

149.7

2.9
-1.4
3.2
1.6
3.9

2.9
2.2
2.6
1.4
3.2

-.3
3.1
2.9
.6
3.9

2.8
-3.0
3.1
3.9
2.7

5.1
9.2
2.6
.9
3.6

3.9
.4
2.0
.3
2.6

146.8
104.7
157.9
137.6
169.6

.2
2.4
-4.1
-.4
1.8

1.7
1.1
3.5
1.4
2.0

2.9
-.9
14.7
1.5
2.7

.0
-5.5
-2.6
2.0
3.0

1.9
1.9
3.2
1.7
2.1

2.2
9.2
.0
.6
= .3

126.2
128.6
75.9
140.0
135.1

.8
1.6

4.8
5.2

3.1
1.9

2.8
3.9

6.2
6.8

7.2
8.3

121.6
130.9

7.2
o -12.3
10.7

-9.4
-.1
17.3

-4.9
10.1
25.1

-18.0
21.0
-.8

=13.5
=19.2
20.3

-1.2
= 7.6
27.9

101.6
69.9
168.4

1 AH 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
11
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

Feb.

Mar.

.1

.3

.2

.0
-.3
.2
.1
.2

-.2
1.1
.2
-.1
.4

.1
.0
.3
.1
.4

.5
-.2
1.9
.3
.4

.2
-.3
2.1
.1
.2

.3
.2
-.8
4.1
2.8

Jan.

Apr.

Aug.

Sept.

.3

.4

.2

.1

.1

.2

.6
1.4
.2
.1
.2

.5
1.4
.3
=.1
.4

.2
-.6
.2
.2
.2

.1
= .3
.2
.0
.2

.1
.5
.2
.0
.2

.8
-. 1
.1
.1
.2

.1
-.4
.3

.2
.4
.9
.1
.1

.6
.2
2.3
.2
.2

-.3
= ,2
-2.4
.1
.2

-.4
-.1
= 1.3
= .3
= .5

.6
1.0
2.2
.2
.1

.3
1.3
=.9
.2
.3

.2
.3

.5
.6

.4
.3

.7
.6

.4
.8

.4
.7

.9
.8

.4
.5

-3.9
1.2
-1.0

-.5
2.5
.9

2.3
.1
2.2

-1.1
.4
1.7

= .2
-5.7
.8

-1.1
= 1.5
.6

.9
= 1.3
3.4

-.1
.9
2.2

May

June

.2

.1

.3

.2
-.2
.2
.2
.2

.2
-.9
.3
.4
.2

.3
.3
.3
.4
.2

.0
.3
-.5
.0
.2

.0
-.5
.1
.1
.3

-.1
-.6
-1.0
.3
.3

.3
.0

.2
.2

.0
.1

.3
-6.3
2.4

-.7
5.0
.5

-.5
1.1
.0

J aly

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

CONSUMER PRICES* (1982-84= 100)
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
1 4 Foods
15 Energy
16 Other




91

44. Summary of U.S. international transactions, 1993-94
Millions of dollars; quarterly data seasonally adjusted except as noted1
1QQ°1

1QOA

Q3

Q2

Ql

Q4

Q2

Ql

Q4

Q3
1994

1993

1 Balance on current account
-99 925 -151 245 -17,383 - 24 337 ™27,032 -31,176 -30,271 -37,986 -39,714 -43,277
2 Merchandise trade balance2
-132,618 - 166,099 -28,959 -33,587 -36,605 -33,467 = 36,490 -41,494 -44,627 -43,488
127,384
133,926
119,254
1 18,445 122,730
3
Merchandise exports
1 1 1 ,862 114 131
111 576
456 823 502,485
-589,441 -668,584 -140,821 -147,718 -148,181 -152,721 - 154,935 - 164,224 -172,011 -177,414
4
Merchandise imports
679
1,124
-326
-31
376
5 Military transactions, net
90
283
448
2 148
401
15,342
14,195
14,696
14,334
13,505
14,704
13,303
6 Other service transactions, net
57,328
57,739
14,985
-2,533
-4,571
116
2065
3 190
36
7 Investment income, net
9000
-9 272
3,711
-2,285
-3,488
-6,245
-2,378
-3,703
-16,311 -15,814
-2,730
-3,760
-6,040
-3,390
8 U.S. government grants
9 U.S. government pensions and other
-1,063
-987
- 1 ,057
-1,063
--1,064
-985
-986
-3,785
transfers
-4,247
-827
-3,931
-4,012
-3,503
-3,488
-3,695
--3,822
10 Private remittances and other transfers . . . . -13,988 -15,700
-3,304
-3,936
1 1 Change in U.S. government assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — ) .
12 Change in U.S. official reserve assets
(increase —• ) . .
Gold
Special drawing rights (SDKs)
Reserve position in International Monetary
Fund
16 Foreign currencies
13
14
15

-330

-322

466

-282

-197

-318

401

491

-283

-931

-1 379
0
-537

5 346
0
-441

-983
0
-140

822
0
-166

-545
0
-118

-673
0
-113

-59
0
101

3,537
0
- 108

165
0
1 11

2,033
0
-121

-44
-797

494
5,293

™228
-615

313
675

-48
-378

-80
-480

-3
45

251
3,394

273
-327

-27
2,181

-76 666 -37,125
-10,919
869
-1,891
2 540
-34,840 -16,457
-33 447 -- 19,646

- 10,001
15,107
- 10,230
-7,128
-7,750

-27,492
1 ,590
-8,051
-10,976
10,055

-56,258
-16,651
-12,449
-15,238
- 1 1 ,920

17 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase — )
-18 288 = 130 875
29,947
18 Bank-reported claims3
915
1 581 - 32 62 1
19 Nonbank-reported claims
20 U.S. purchases of foreign securities, net ... -141,807 -49,799
-72 601 -49 370
21 U.S. direct investments abroad net
22 Change in foreign official assets in United
States (increase, <f ) .
23 U S. Treasury securities
24 Other U.S. government obligations
25 Other U.S. government liabilities4
26 Other U.S.3 liabilities reported by U.S.
banks
27 Other foreign official assets5
28 Change in foreign private assets in United
States (increase, +)
.
29 U S bank-reported liabilities5
30 U.S. nonbank-reported liabilities
31 Foreign private purchases of U.S. Treasury
securities, net .
32 Foreign purchases of other U.S. securities,
net
....
33 Foreign direct investments in United States,
net
34 Allocation of special drawing rights
35 Discrepancy
36 Due to seasonal adjustment
37 Before seasonal adjustment

39,409
30 723
6,025
2,2 U

10,955
1 080
665
-451

17,495
5 668
1,082
161

19,386
19 098
1,345
1,245

24,311
23 106
970
752

10,977
857
215
851

9,162
5,919
2,360
174

19,691
16,477
2,222
494

-421
7,470
1,228
692

14 841
2,585

2,923
-2,473

8,257
1,404

9485
1,099

-2 486
184

-415
-102

9,807
•=753

1,674
-965

1,298
= 800

-9,856
45

33 782
2 812
6531

58,542
27 823
288

75,147
9 800
3,885

69,413
3 1 ,839
2,478

37,364
28,231
-2,047

60,045
19,650
487

85,136
14,676
-5,242

176,383
20 859
10,489

8,912
25 1 ,956
114 396 - 19 576
-4,324
-215
33,811

13,282

-366

3 174

7,973

9,771

-7,317

5,428

25,929

79,864

58,625

9,602

15 182

17,706

37,374

21,117

12,551

14,762

10,195

41,108

49,448

5,819

9,623

9,551

16,115

4,208

5,946

19,718

19,57K

0
35 985

40 Change in Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries official assets in
United States (part of line 22)




72,146
48 952
4,062
1,706

0
- 14 269

35 985

-14 269

0
17 245
5,367
11 878

0
13 993
154
13 839

0
-4 626
-6,353
1 727

0
9 375
834
8 541

0
•= 1 3 336
5,274
- 18,610

0
-2,567
587
-3,154

0
-12,082
-6,641
-5,441

0
11,718
782
12,9%

24,063

,

MKMO
Changes in official assets
38 U.S. official reserve assets (increase, -) . . . .
39 Foreign official assets in United States,
excluding line 25 (increase, +)

92

-19 213 -41 474 -=45 529
6,707
27,553
6606
-725
5 896
-6 110
-27,362 -28,832 -50,773
- 13 274 -18 523 -7 359

-1,379

5,346

-983

822

-545

-673

-59

3,537

-165

2,033

70,440

37,198

11,406

17,334

18,141

23,559

10,126

8,988

19,197

= 1,113

-3 717

-1,184

638

-993

-3,140

-222

- 1 ,65 1

-4,217

3,564

1 , 1 20

45. U.S. foreign trade, 19941
Millions of dollars; monthly data seasonally adjusted
Item
1 Goods and services,
balance
2
Merchandise
3 Services
4 Goods and services,
exports
5 Merchandise . . .
6 Services
7 Goods and services,
imports . . .
8 Merchandise
9 Services . . .

Year

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

| Oct.

Dec.

-106,212 -6,918 -9,563 -6,534 -8,853 -9,141 -8,930 -10,787 -9,358 -8,666 -9,841 -9,735 -7,894
- 1 66 099 -11 331 - 1 3 634 - 1 1 524 - 1 3 405- 14 079 - 14 009-15 832 - 14 232 - 14 566 — 14 926 - 1 5 292 - 13 272
4,552
4 874
. 59,887
4,413
4,071
4,990
4,938
5,378
5,079
5 044
5 557
5 900
5,085
54 379
38 931
15 448

701 201
502,485
1 98 7 1 6

53 067
37,442
15 625

58 782
42,070
16 712

56 348
40 354
15 994

56 838
40,441
16 397

58 637
41 933
16 704

57 044
40 428
16 616

60 295
43 683
16 612

60 933
43 272
1 7 66 1

61 713
44 44]
17 272

59 978
43,315
16 663

63 185
46,172
17 Oil

-807,413 -61 297 - 62 630-65,316 -65 201 -65 979 -67 567 -67 832 - 69 653- 69 599 - 69 8 1 9 -71 448 -71 079
-668,584 -50,262 -51,076 -53,594 -53,759 -54,520 -55,942 -56,260 -57,915 -57,838 -58,241 -59,733 ~ 59 ,444
-138,829 - 1 1 035 - 11,554 - 1 1 ,722 - 11 442 1 1 459 - 1 1 625 - 1 1 572 - 11 738 11 761 - 11 578 11 715 - 1 1 635
-

MBMO
10 Balance on merchandise
trade, Census basis . . -150,629 -10,185 -12,133 -9,631 -12,082 -12,656 -12,977 - 14,776 -12,872 -13,465 -13,642 -14,202 - 12,010

46. U.S. reserve assets, 1994
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

2 Gold stock, including Exchange
Stabilization Fund 1
3 Special drawing rights2'"1
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund 2
5 Foreign currencies4

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

74,243

Asset
1 Total

75,766

76,809

76,565

74,420

75,732

75,443

75,740

76,532

78 172

74,000

74,335

1 1 ,053
9070

11,053
9 295

1 1 ,052
9,383

1 1 ,053
9 440

1 1 ,052
9 522

1 1 ,052
9 731

11 052
9 696

11 054
9 837

11 054
9 971

1 1 053
10 088

1 1 052
10 017

1 1,05!
10 039

11,906
42,214

1 1 ,974
43,444

12,135
44,239

11,899
44,173

11,841
42,005

12,184
42,765

12,183
42,512

12,161
42,688

12,067
43,440

12,339
44,692

12,037
40,894

12,030
41,215

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

47. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 1994'
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Asset

Feb.

Mar.

257

190

388 065
12,302

Held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3

393 238
12,238

399,817
12,145

Apr.

May

604

181

188

396 495 402 170 411,580
!2,065
12,104
12,065

423 715
12,056

427 574
12,044

454

1 Deposits

171

174

223

230

250

429 8 1 9 439 854
12,044
12,039

444 339
12,037

441,866
12,033

342

48. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States, 1993-941
Millions of dollars, end of period
Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

75,151
55,549
20 464
35,085

81 225
59 136
20 930
38,206

78,120
60,649
20 284
40,365

86,706
74,670
21 H9
53,531

2,775

2 494

4,100

4,696

Mar.

June

81 311
64 256
23 142
41,114
2 561

Sept.

Dec.

72,490
56,669
21 490
35,179

82,293
59,261
20 419
38,842

89,616
54 448
19 798
34,650

4,732

5,466

10 773

1993

1 Banks' liabilities . . .
2 Banks' claims
3
Deposits
4 Other claims
5 Claims of banks' domestic
customers2




......
..

19 94

93

49. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions, 1992-94
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

1992

t Total1
2 Liabilities reported2 by banks in the
United States
3 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates-1
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable 4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities3

386,592
41,928

389,123 395,397
42,642

43,964

399,569 408,661 415,757

418,640
49,537

44,773

47,616

5 1 ,450

1 1 1 ,224

420,978 407,632
52,571

43,726

420, (MX 409,671

412,624

55,029

54,967

61,695

92,711

94,731

102,143

102,968

109,278

114,781

113,307

113,634

104,286

100,702

104,596

212,748
4 892

212,556
4922

209,420
4956

211,131 208,446 213,866
5 021
4 625
4 989

213,100
4 582

213,791
4476

209,317
4,505

212,266
4,473

211,646
4,501

210,931
4,532

34,313

34,272

34,914

36,354

36,640

36,833

36,450

37,328

37,791

37,598

35,708

36,538
1993

1 Total1
2 Liabilities reported2 by banks in the
United States
3 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates'1
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable 4 . . . .
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

426,614

427,886

424,031

427,678 438,373 441,364

440,844

450,779 459,488 457,901

470,883 483,002

64,796

67,357

63 224

63 023

69466

72 709

67 461

68 826

70,223

65,670

67,966

69,808

1 1 1 ,540

113,594

1 1 3 547

1 1 3 293

120 194

119 860

128 817

136 488

139,638

140,525

144,865

151,100

207,951
4,563

203,587
4,592

202,971
4,622

205,680
5,432

202,256
5,417

201,496
5,451

196,819
5,488

197,543
5,508

200,708
5,542

202,327
5,579

208,550
5,615

212,237
5,652

37,764

38,756

39,667

40,250

41,040

41,848

42,239

42,414

43,377

43,800

43,887

44,205

519,160 521,316

531,397
79,361

1994

1 Total1
2 Liabilities reported2 by banks in the
United States
3 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates1
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
*) Nonmarketable 4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

492,785 491,760
78,617
147,140

78,040
143,422

216,589 220,136
5 725
5 689

493,131 478,920 488,732
79 615

148,707

75,366
140,653

215,379 213,718
5 799
5 763

78 275

134,758

502,121 516,569
84,949

79 598

82,587

146,484

143,540

81 289

141,578

224,955 228,317
5 837
5 875

523,915 520,204
73,507

72,73 1

138,451

148,039

143,222

139,570

233,380 243, m 247,804
5 952
5 911
5,990

250,695
6,031

253,455
6,069

254,037
6,109

44 750

44 437

43 667

43 384

44 907

45 062

45 841

46 83?

46,484

47,271

47,662

47,757

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 92

1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

386,592

Europe
173 695
Canada
13,422
Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 33,007
Asia
158 555
Africa . . . .
2,567
5,344
Other countries6

389,123 395,397

399,569

408,661 415,757

418,640 420,978 407,632

1 74 467
14,032
33,628
160 162
2,566
4,266

180646
13,635
37,214
160979
2,550
4,543

186 725
15,127
37,744
161 468
2,950
4,645

196 184
15,656
37,312
162 457
3 376
3,653

178 874
12,796
36,011
161 020
2,169
4,525

192 551
15,082
37,429
162 621
3 423
4,649

420,048 409,671

412,624

186 134
12,161
36,903
167 069
1,937
3,265

189,230
13,700
37,973
164 690
3,723
3,306

198 160
15 770
36,347
164 199
3 018
3,482

187 660
12,807
35,694
164 193
3,518
3,758

450,779

459,488 457,901 470,883 483,002

189 412
13 855
53,288
187 317
3 267
3,638

195 776
14,040
52,652
189 565
4.046
3,407

191 198
15,221
52,223
191 289
3,823
4,145

206 312
14,437
48,358
194 797
3,808
3,169

519 160

521,316

531,397

523,915 520,204

196 391
13,891
36,646
166 125
1,639
3,354

19 93

1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

426,614 427,886

197 012
Europe
Canada
14,191
Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 39,372
Asia
168 837
Africa . .
3,863
3,337
Other countries6

200052
13,666
40,454
166 677
4,024
3,011

424,031 427,678 438,373 441,364 440,844
191 212
14,679
46,138
177 551
3,940
4,851

190923
14,077
46,491
181 918
3,779
4,174

493,131 478,920 488,732

502,121

187 334
15,106
42,461
170 519
4,077
4,532

185 427
14,082
47,152
172 419
3,940
4,656

1 86 501
14,588
51,750
181 494
1,002
3,505

207 121
15,285
55,898
197 702
4,052
2,942

19 94

1 Total1

492,785 491,760

2
3
4
5
6
7

214,620
15,864
55,584
199 840
3,840
3,035

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries6

94



208,040
15,624
59,231
201 651
4,201
3,011

214,712
14018
53,246
204 286
3,718
3,149

209,876
13 901
44,379
203 740
3,691
3 311

516,569

213 537 221 595 227,062 225 875 225,481
14 505
15 996
18 656
18 586
19 182
43,676 42,581
42,689 44,089 44,348
209 667 211 97 1 2 1 8 498 221 985 221 80S
4 255
3,969
4,110
3 862
4,388
5 866
5 800
3 376
1,910
4 368

222,831 217,018 214,908
17,215
18 497
17 528
47,765 45,206 41,189
212 871 214 344 236 864
4,232
4,671
4,179
5 144
5 197
5 827

50. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1993-94'
A. By holder and type of liability
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Holder and type of liability

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1993
1 Total, all foreigners

848,570

860,821 841,654

837,630

839,788

865,156

861,088

883,034

898,631

899,267

909,423

921,796

594,320
20,977
153,164
101,022
319,157

607,940
22,183
150,129
103,390
332,238

586,644
21,445
144,978
95,318
324,903

581,835
22,114
150,270
98,000
311,451

575,371
22,012
148,824
102,890
301,645

598,004
21,344
153,233
106,502
316,925

590,471
21,687
151,990
106,433
310,361

606,964
21,377
153,925
115,386
316,276

615,771
25,378
154,425
112,125
323,843

611,318
22,017
159,415
129,025
300,861

616,544
25,466
157,014
126,826
307,238

623,432
21,573
175,078
110,144
316,637

7 Banks' custodial liabilities 5
254,250 252,881
8 U.S. Treasury bills and
133,750 135,237
certificates6
9 Other negotiable and readily 7
20,734
transferable instruments . . 22,970
10 Other
97,530 96,910

255,010

1

2 Banks own liabilities
3 Demand deposits . . .
4 Time 3
deposits2
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices4

1 1 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations'*
12 Banks' own liabilities
13
Demand deposits
14
Time deposits2
15
Other1
16
17
18
19

27
28

38
39

47
48

270,617

276,070

282,860

287,949

292,879

298,364

137,956

144,208

153,587

162,034

165,341

164,448

169,817

176,739

22,316
95,601

21,552
96,287

24,537
95,783

30,079
92,865

26,487
90,543

27,688
86,348

30,924
86,595

37,650
85,851

38,667
84,395

36,289
85,336

9,295
6,037
196
2,897
2,944

10,731
5,834
33
1,762
4,039

8,934
6,481
35
2,989
3,457

9,339
6,270
19
3,607
2,644

9,765
6,572
29
2,920
3,623

12,367
8,671
37
2,882
5,752

11,411
7,995
21
4,062
3,912

10,995
6,790
71
2,978
3,741

12,966
9,091
34
2,863
6,194

10,936
5,639
15
2,780
2,844

3,262

2,654

3,258

4,897

2,453

3,069

3,193

3,696

3,416

4,205

3,875

5,297

2,774

2,348

2,876

4,461

1,883

2,320

2,635

3,418

3,199

3,566

3,201

4,275

488
0

306
0

382
0

433
3

564
6

749
0

552
6

278
0

217
0

639
0

673
1

1,022
0

176,336
60,581
1,408
19,002
40,171

180,951
63,590
1,776
19,362
42,452

176,771
59,721
1,461
19,024
39,236

176,316
59,602
1,375
19,434
38,793

189,660
63,842
1,401
22,446
39,995

192,569
62,967
2,224
19,873
40,870

196,298
62,059
1,579
19,042
41,438

205,314
62,252
1,317
18,217
42,718

209,861
63,619
1,951
20,845
40,823

206,195
60,995
2,121
14,905
43,969

212,831
62,168
2,089
17,208
42,871

220,908
64,231
1,601
21,654
40,976

Banks' custodial liabilities 5
115,755
U.S. Treasury bills and
1 1 1 ,540
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily 7
4,054
transferable instruments .
Other
161

117,361

117,050

116,714

125,818

129,602

134,239

143,062

146,242

145,200

150,663

156,677

113,594

113,547

113,293

120,194

119,860

128,837

136,488

139,638

140,525

144,865

151,100

3,648
119

3,411
92

3,284
137

5,480
144

9,602
140

5,297
105

6,516
58

6,152
452

4,493
182

5,616
182

5,482
95

Banks' custodial liabilities 5
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments .
Other
" . .

568,739
455,131
135,974
9,911
83,034
43,029
319,157

576,344
464,601
132,363
10,984
80,327
41,052
332,238

564,532 558,539
452,485 446,393
127,582 134,942
10,496
10,896
74,850
81,422
42,236
42,624
324,903 311,451

550 B 310 569,169
437,848 459,584
136,203 142,659
1 1 ,398
9,929
76,587
83,754
48,218
48,976
301,645 316,925

560,224 568,212
451,430 463,223
141,069 146,947
10,682
10,485
84,946 86,607
45,441
49,855
310,361 316,276

580,584
471,412
147,569
12,811
83,484
51,274
323,843

575,452
462,381
161,520
9,951
95,704
55,865
300,861

578,402
468,861
161,623
13,373
92,265
55,985
307,238

589,077
477,050
160,413
9,719
105,192
45,502
316,637

Banks' custodial liabilities*
113,608
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
9,619
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments .
7,708
Other
96,281

1 1 1 ,743

112,047

112,146

112,462

109,585

108,794

104,989

109,172

113,071

109,541

112,027

9,231

9,924

9,803

10,738

10,561

10,637

1 1 ,327

11,794

10,046

10,539

10,712

6,695
95,817

7,959
94,164

7,362
94,981

7,419
94,305

7,755
91,269

9,056
89,101

8,803
84,859

12,731
84,647

19,193
83,832

17,215
81,787

17,020
84,295

92,396
70,771
9,619
48,226
12,926

91,988
70,865
9,376
48,119
13,370

91,056
68,401
9,292
48,207
10,902

92,044
70,006
9,810
47,652
12,544

90,884
67,200
9,178
46,802
1 1 ,220

94,079
69,183
9,172
45,999
14,012

94,801
70,410
9,397
45,082
15,931

97,141
72,818
9,538
46,219
17,061

96,775
72,745
10,595
46,034
16,116

106,625
81,152
9,874
45,828
25,450

105,224
76,424
9,970
44,678
21,776

100,875
76,512
10,238
45,452
20,822

21,625

21,123

22,655

22,038

23,684

24,896

24,391

24,323

24,030

25,473

28,800

24,363

40 Other foreigners
41 Banks' own liabilities
42
Demand deposits
43
Time 1
deposits2
44
Other
45
46

267,152

144,097

11,538
8,884
47
2,321
6,516

29 Banks 10
30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks . . .
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 1
deposits2
34
Other
35
Own foreign offices4
36
37

264,417

11,099
7,837
39
2,902
4,896

20 Official institutions 9
21
Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits .
23
Time 1deposits2
24
Other
25
26

255,795

137,093

Banks' custodial liabilities 5
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6 . . . .
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments .
Other .

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of
deposit in custody for
foreigners




9,817

10,064

10,746

10,399

11,282

1 1 ,467

1 1 ,478

10,801

10,710

10,311

11,212

10,652

10,720
1,088

10,085
974

10,564
1,345

10,473
1,166

1 1 ,074
1,328

1 1 ,973
1,456

11,582
1,331

12,091
1,431

11,824
1,496

13,325
1,837

15,163
2,425

12,765
946

9,718

9,496

9,544

9,408

9,581

10,388

9,389

9,521

1 1 ,304

17,563

17,089

17,567

95

50. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1993-941—Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
June

July

Aug.

I Sept. J

Oct.

Nov.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Dec.

1 Total, all foreigners

909,081

932,519

959,450

967,438

970,087

2 Banks' own liabilities
3
Demand deposits
4 Time deposits2
5 Other1
6
Own foreign offices4

608,793
23,682
159,483
127,845
297,783

631,713 649,763 668,339 666,864 686,378 697,864 693,613 707,452 709,734 686,602 721,047
25,831
24,403 22,978 23,565 27,805 24,517 23,525 23,147 23,522 24,614 23,954
159,897 176,954 177,758 182,393 183,547 185,819 184,333 178,277 181,406 178,348 186,392
135,350 111,649 125,190 125,104 119,410 128,145 1)9,087 134,762 133,805 124,309 113,850
312,063 338,182 341,826 331,562 358,904 360,375 367,046 370,891 369,909 359,991 394,974

300,288

300,806

309,687 299,099

303,223 311,664 305,203 305,400 292,748 302,602 302,492 294,813

171,018

167,315

173,533

168,016

161,358

171,563

170,313

170,851

164,555

174,441

169,056

162,825

37,409
91,861

41,922
91,569

41,688
94,466

38,073
93,010

48,681
93,184

49,820
90,281

46,237
88,653

46,371
88,178

38,988
89,205

37,661
90,500

39,834
93,602

42,17?
89,811

11,324
7,304
172
3,665
3,467

7,500
6,124
320
2,533
3,271

8,087
5,641
209
2,482
2,950

6,013
4,428
26
2,411
1,991

8,364
6,437
35
2,785
3,617

9,067
5,692
31
3,223
2,438

7,491
5,684
29
3,469
2,186

5,323
4,328
56
2,671
1,601

7,619
6,642
28
2,989
3,625

7,824
6,047
83
3,095
2,869

6,20?
5,441
35
2,81?
2,589

7,474
7,044
29
3,198
3,81?

4,020

1,376

2,446

1,585

1,927

3,375

1,807

995

977

1,777

766

430

3,497

1,321

2,097

1,358

857

2,825

1,082

836

767

1,572

501

281

523
0

55
0

339
10

227
0

1,070
0

548

725
0

159
0

205
5

205
0

265
0

149
0

Holder and type of liability
1994

7 Banks 1 custodial liabilities-* 5 . . .
8
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates 6
9 Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7
10 Other

12
13
14
15

Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations^ . . . .
Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits2
Other1

16
17

19

Banks' custodial liabilities 5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7
Other

20 Official institutions 9 . . .
21
Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits .
23
Time deposits2 . . .
24
Other1
25
26
27

28

Banks' custodial liabilities 5 . .'.
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7

Other

29 Banks"
30 Banks1 own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks . .
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 1
deposits2
Other
34
35
Own foreign offices4

36
37
38
39

Banks' custodial liabilities 3 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates 6
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7
Other

40 Other foreigners . . . . .
41
Banks 1 own liabilities
42
Demand deposits .
43
Time 1
deposits2 . , .
44
Other
45
46
47
48

Banks 1 custodial liabilities 5 . . .
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
Other

49 Negotiable time certificates of
deposit in custody for
foreigners

96



998,042 1,003,067 999,013 1,000,2001,012,336 989,094 1,015,860

225,757 221,462 228,322 216,019 213,033 222,867 231,433 223,238 221,038 227,400 216,729 212,301
72,114 67,505 60,717 59,280
67,409 66,912 65,350 66,178 68,043 74,027 67,411
71,601
1,682
1,564
1,232
1,472
1,691
1,504
1,435
2,028
1,660
2,029
1,406
1,668
21,610 23,635
24,916 27,487 25,746 26,920 23,812 20,626 23,175
20,270 20,060 23,831
49,671
41,665
38,409 34,541
45,943 41,413 42,236 41,108 41,098 45,068 40,433 43,503
154,156

154,053

161,410

150,669

146,855

154,824

157,406

155,827

148,924

159,895

156,012

153,021

147,140

143,422

148,707

140,653

134,758

141,578

146,484

143,640

138,451

148,039

143,222

139,570

6,856
160

10,529
102

12,416
287

9,972
44

12,053
44

13,112
134

10,863
59

12,054
133

10,407
66

1,820
36

12,773
I?

13,245
206

569,223 597,339 618,467 631,115 634,848 65I,3?1 654,760 657,549 652,456 658,315 647,281 681,724
451,989 480,060 498,665 515,678 511,350 530,953 536,579 536,834 538,600 545,70? 532,625 568,243
154,206 167,997 160,483 173,852 179,788 172,049 176,204 169,788 167,709 175,798 172,634 173,269
12,319
11,790
11,832
11,771
15,544
11,259
13,080
10,555
11,023
10,704
11,973
11,036
87,820 92,513 104,826 107,661 109,083 108,366 106,888 107,110 101,715 106,646 106,043 111,461
50,846 55,439
51,364 57,526
58,129 55,332 48,728
44,953 54,420 55,161
55,350 63,511
297,783 312,063 338,182 341,826 331,562 358,904 360,375 367,046 370,891 369,909 359,991 394,974
117,234

117,279

119,802

115,437

123,498

120,418

118,181

120,715

113,856

112,608

114,656

113,481

9,838

11,060

1,056

10,098

11,430

10,842

10,147

12,268

10,975

10,783

11,792

11,218

17,205
90,191

17,035
89,184

17,329
91,417

15,589
89,750

21,986
90,082

22,252
87,324

21,426
86,608

22,004
86,443

15,343
87,538

13,228
88,59?

13,530
89,334

14,234
88,029

102,777
77,899
10,814
47,728
19,357

106,218
78,120
10,704
44,791
22,625

104,574
78,545
10,397
45,815
22,333

114,291
82,883
10,264
46,076
26,543

113,842
82,899
10,791
46,890
25,218

114,73?
81,690
10,138
47,042
24,510

109,383
81,574
10,234
47,975
23,365

112,903
85,040
10,027
48,806
26,207

119,087
90,096
11,248
46,653
32,195

118,797
90,475
11,480
47,853
31,142

118,87?
87,819
10,978
48,862
27,979

114,361
86,480
11,158
48,558
26,764

24,878

28,098

26,029

31,408

30,943

33,047

27,809

27,863

28,991

28,322

31,058

2?,881

10,543

11,512

11,673

15,907

14,313

16,318

12,600

14,107

14,362

14,047

13,541

1! ,756

12,825
1,510

14,303
2,283

11,604
2,752

12,285
3,216

13,572
3,058

13,908
2,821

13,223
1,986

12,154
1,602

13,033
1,596

12,408
1,867

13,266
4,251

14,549
1,576

17,509

17,909

19,134

17,866

26,290

26,980

25,569

25,293

19,115

16,793

17,39?

17,895

50. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1993-941—Continued
B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total, all foreigners

848,570

860,821

841,654

837,630

2 Foreign countries

837,471 849,283

832,359

826,899

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

839,788 865,156

861,088

883,034

898,631

899,267

909,423

921,796

830,854 855,817

851,323 870,667

887,220

888,272

896,457

910,860

335 540 340 552
1,614
1 672
23,345
23,635
3,023
3 135
2 667
2 347
40 622
36,517
22 199
22 530
1,122
1 378
11 427
11 285
10 909
11 484
2 901
2 833
3 015
3 180
2 254
2 229
17,208
20496
1 460
3 474
41 933
41,012
2 618
2 553
118,851 116 353
511
524

358 032
1 808
24,641
5 084
2 712
43 064
22 820
1 366
10 466
13 423
2 796
3 215
2 623
20 182
2 355
43 217
2 897
1 3 1 ,07 1
541

369 587
1,797
27,518
4 151
2 250
36,748
27 022
1,698
10 732
14 792
3 167
3,229
2 530
19,705
2 671
42,473
2 946
135,716
546

377 193
1 917
28,621
4 517
1 872
39 746
26 613
1,519
11 759
16 096
2 966
3 366
2 51 1
20 493
2 572
41,561
3 227
1 33 936
570

May

June
19 93

3 Europe
4 Austria
5 Belgium and Luxembourg
6 Denmark
.
7 Finland
8 France
9 Germany
10 Greece
1 1 Italy
12 Netherlands
1 3 Norway
14 Portugal
15 Russia
16 Spain
17 Sweden
18 Switzerland
19 Turkey
20 United Kingdom
21
Yugoslavia
22 Other Europe 1and other former
USSR 2
23 Canada

303 631 304 370 292 272 297 763 313 136 324 301 321 057
1,497
1 158
1,942
1,525
1,256
1,496
1,415
19,767
21,247
19,721
21,099
19,496
21,817
20,755
1,229
2,835
2 464
1,536
3 088
3 983
1 885
2 049
2 297
2 265
1 862
2 185
2 580
2 873
34,247
32,420
3 1 ,672 3 1 ,046 33,835
33,744
33,963
19,904
20 680
18 929
16 062
23 952
22 752
24 523
742
815
758
859
819
763
1,078
10 701
8 094
9 090
10 403
8 759
8 888
10 722
8 743
1 1 ,722
13 967
1 1 ,464
11,557
11 336
10 553
2 515
2 349
3 544
2 344
2 757
2 690
2 840
2508
2 674
2 518
2,489
2,476
2 764
2 894
497
1 129
535
726
1 406
436
847
14,900
17,228
13 604
15,737
14,055
15 506
16,643
2 918
1 850
2 140
1 567
3 106
2 336
2 210
39,604 41 673 4 1 ,29 1
4 1 ,462 40,157
39,530
40,516
2 533
2 862
2 664
2 497
2 520
2 882
2 761
106,024 104,691 105,386 108,410 105 906 115,214 113,138
506
512
523
507
512
501
510
29 394

30 473

28,207

27,765

31 355

32 177

28 245

32 955

28 821

23 75!

29 896

33 331

21 016

22 368

24,518

21,686

21 165

19 988

22 089

23 673

24 711

27 452

24 150

20 227

24 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 360,632 368,044
25 Argentina
10 792
10 608
26 Bahamas
86,453
89,620
6 345
27 Bermuda
6 522
5,303
28 Brazil
5,320
29 British West Indies
192,451 195,138
3,420
30 Chile
3,638
4439
4 417
31 Colombia
3
2
32 Cuba
33 Ecuador
953
882
34 Guatemala
1 311
1 311
35 Jamaica
294
279
36 Mexico
20 114
21 281
4 353
4,870
37 Netherlands Antilles
3 997
38 Panama
4 203
39 Peru
1 052
1,045
40 Uruguay
1 898
2 061
41 Venezuela
11,111
10,989
42 Other
6 092
6 109

363,629 364,838 350,841 356,864 355,130 353,317 363,062 349,697 347,984 358,040
11 569
11 066
11 289
14 121
13 680 ' 14 477
11 339
14 581
14 052
14 320
82 192
79 717
73 800
85,608 83,257
82,574 75,246 75,389
77 061
78,495
6 124
6 335
6 157
5 344
7 841
7 102
8 027
7 246
7 059
7 350
5,461
5,465
5,062
5,338
5,299
5,268
5,301
4,946
5,425
5,057
194,106 194,010 184,232 189,903 188,721 184,664 191,645 180,955 182,801 190,445
3,325
3,480
3,934
3,447
3,520
3,867
3,183
3,552
3,952
3,596
4,183
4,360
4 464
4 338
4 405
4 383
3 988
3 100
3 171
3 025
3
3
5
2
5
6
7
7
2
33
914
947
922
924
889
851
860
819
880
868
1 352
1 323
1 397
1 382
1 304
1 243
I 315
1 278
1 275
1 207
289
341
309
293
341
401
364
375
410
376
24 976
23 437
28 018
21 836
22 398
24 213 24 907
24 249
21 925
24 487
4,537
4,714
3 813
4,195
4,222
4,059
4,159
5,413
5,283
4 695
3 915
4 129
4 049
3 582
3 750
3 748
3 567
3 421
3 657
3 743
977
926
995
1,070
979
891
873
889
898
903
1 815
1,775
1 611
1 742
1 775
1 822
1 752
1 634
1 775
1 716
1 1 ,452
11,516
13,045
1 1 ^642
12,782
12 868
12,786
12,242
12,373
12,903
6,193
6,479
6 317
6 203
6 419
6 174
6 323
6 249
6 023
6 183

43 Asia
141 685
China
3,114
44
People's Republic of China . .
8,930
45
Republic of China (Taiwan) . .
46 Hong Kong
17,572
47 India
1 326
1 392
48 Indonesia
. ..
49 Israel
3 389
50 Japan
56,084
3 444
51
Korea (South)
52 Philippines
2 350
5,722
53 Thailand
54 Middle Eastern1oil-exporting
countries'^
19 869
55 Other
18,493

143,670

140,390

130,945

133 957

143 166

143 132

147,517

147 672

141 352

144,459

144 575

3,007
9,103
19,526
1,381
1,460
3 370
58,069
3,471
2 746
5,375

2,957
9,023
16,973
1,404
1,871
3 929
56,977
3,330
2 774
5,342

3,527
8,860
16,253
993
1,464
3 762
51,161
3,584
2 785
4,967

3,008
8,772
15,754
1 343
1 861
3 163
54,479
3 922
2 458
5,377

2,885
9,548
15,890
1 315
2 132
2 764
62,791
3,842
2 933
5,233

2,728
9,999
16,193
1,053
1,688
2 790
62,233
4,298
3 196
5,830

3,292
9,483
15,621
1,211
1,582
2 729
67,999
3,873
2 648
6,058

3,261
9,969
16 388
1 288
1 715
3 241
65,650
4 356
2 735
5,846

3,280
9,804
16,389
1 251
1 504
5 450
60,160
3 889
2 192
6,446

3,187
10,960
18,673
1,425
1,674
4 581
58,855
4,409
1 899
6,231

4,011
10,627
17,178
1 114
1,986
4 435
61,466
4 913
2 035
6,137

19 888
16,274

19 714
16,096

19 684
13,905

19 274
14,546

20 327
13,506

18 409
14,715

19 141
13,880

17 255
15,968

14 681
16,306

15 487
17,078

15 824
14,849

56 Africa
57 Egypt
58 Morocco
59 South Africa
60 Zaire
61 Oil-exporting countries14
62 Other

5 913
2,756
88
158
25
1,125
1 761

6 361
3,077
92
319
17
1,135
1 721

6 508
3,084
87
243
13
1,239
1 842

6 369
2,938
79
246
14
1,294
1,798

6 415
2,922
82
198
16
1,368
1 829

6 475
2,784
119
265
15
1,332
1 960

5 680
1,880
138
172
25
1,417
2 048

5 649
2,018
78
233
20
1,279
2 021

6 127
2,457
86
275
16
1,281
2 012

6 179
2,220
87
367
15
1,271
2 219

5 757
2,088
110
272
10
1,446
1 831

6 633
2,208
99
451
12
1 ,303
2 560

63 Other
64 Australia
65 Other

4,594
3 497
1 097

4,470
3,383
1 087

5,042
4,008
1 034

5,298
4,051
1,247

5,340
4449
891

5,023
4 078
945

4,235
3,253
982

4,971
3 890
1 081

5,096
4 045
1 051

5,560
4434
1 126

4,520
3,317
1 203

4,192
3,308
884

66 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
67 International
68 Latin American regional16
69 Other regional17

11 099
7 864
2,327
908

11,538
8 857
1,738
943

9,295
6 251
2,021
1,023

10,731
7,590
2,223
918

8 934
5 388
2,412
1,134

9,339
5 821
2,318
1,200

9,765
6 206
2,077
1,482

12 367
8 369
2,737
1,261

11 411
7 681
2,448
1,282

10,995
7 351
2,539
1,105

12,966
9,095
3,050
821

10,936
6 851
3,218
867




97

50. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1993-941—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee,

Area and country

1994
1 Total, all foreigners . . .

909,081

932,519

959,450

9748
6,3

9007
7,8

9 8 0 2 1,003,067 999,013 1,000,2001,012,336 989,094 1,015,860
9,4

2 Foreign countries

8777
9,5

925,019

951,363

961,425

961,723

988,975

995,576

993,690

992,581 1,004,512 982,887 1,008,386

367,173
2,567
29,380
5,089
1,843
32,303
27,567
1,338
10,901
17,602
2,533
3,131
2,208
19,651
2,306
40,824
3,119
128,984
550

392,729
2,159
30,602
4,829
1,737
38,456
30,241
1,463
12,942
17,164
2,340
3,170
2,017
18,120
2,528
41,021
3,241
147,009
428

398,512
2,515
31,811
3,093
1,497
42,014
31,771
1,425
12,790
17,694
2,429
3,131
1,971
19,622
1,450
39,266
2,950
149,572
414

406,238
2,719
32,023
3,342
1,932
43,148
33,347
1,160
11,917
16,343
2,537
4,061
3,041
18,321
2,532
41,001
2,981
153,830
407

405,879
3,309
32,572
3,207
1,849
42,136
28,214
1,453
13,209
18,497
3,278
2,853
4,016
17,832
3,443
40,177
2,772
158,876
424

412,674
3,578
25,258
3,473
2,649
43,246
33,496
1,377
13,014
18,691
4,018
2,920
4,497
15,839
4,042
38,082
3,250
163,241
434

422,790
3,364
25,114
2,877
2,504
41,410
30,938
1,153
11,780
18,446
3,618
2,864
4,593
17,137
5,709
41,385
3,515
171,245
230

420,020
3,349
27,114
2,634
1,747
41,9)0
31,047
1,201
11,971
17,197
3,082
2,867
3,794
15,448
4,149
43,496
3,247
174,074
227

406,909
3,014
27,568
2,128
2,319
43,143
31,889
1,227
10,975
18,754
2,861
3,023
2,899
14,198
4,651
41,050
3,023
160,154
224

413,440
3,610
23,566
2,374
2,601
44,209
33,136
1,711
10,893
18,034
3,400
2,861
2,337
16,325
3,467
41,834
3,143
171,938
220

393,156
4,264
22,322
2,307
1,587
41,160
31,050

240

245

35,277

33,268

33,097

31,596

27,762

31,569

34,908

31,466

33,909

27,981

27,822

27,746

3 Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium and Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
14
Portugal
15
Russia
16
Spain
17
Sweden
18
Switzerland
19
Turkey
20
United Kingdom
21
Yugoslaviar'
22
Other Europe and other former
U.S.S.R. 1 2
23 Canada

392,761
369
,4
21,738
2,784

1,436
44,716
27,175

1,477

1,392

9,777
17,310
2,807

10,884
16,748
2,338
2,846

2,919
2,367
15,038

3,361
41,756
3,032
162,760

2,714
14,657
3,093
41,882

3,341
163,577

20,588

23,200

21,419

22,539

25,948

25,480

26,625

26,343

2,6
460

23,115

23,295

2,0
469

24 Latin America and Caribbean
25
Argentina
26
Bahamas
27
Bermuda
28
Brazil
29
British West Indies
30
Chile
31
Colombia
32
Cuba
33
Ecuador
34
Guatemala
35
Jamaica
.. ..
36
Mexico
37
Netherlands Antilles
38
Panama
39
Peru
40
Uruguay
41
Venezuela
42
Other

359,187
14,488
73,001
7,777

359,322
14,438
73,629
6,735
5,388
188,040
3,728
3,364

368,629
14,020
78,609
6,209
5,258
197,039
3,576
3,428

371,414
13,270
82,305
7,669
4,880
200,851
3,832
403
,0

365,851
13,474
80,540

387,082
13,750
86,563
8,975
5,708
211,519
3,523
3,929

381,126
14,592
88,098
10,103

391,219
13,783
87,007
10,334
5,670
213,949
3,407
4,027

391,971
15,577
88,668
8,936

397,141
15,950
90,091

7,615

422,768
17,201
106,058
847
,6

6,196

203,056
3,353
3,773

383,560
14,818
84,256
8,424
5,702
209,313
2,993
3,726

6,723
215,186

227,175

30
857
1,231
421

38
823
1,170
419

9
846
1,157
495

11
842
1,137
526

812
1,143
475

12
819
1,207
518

It
847
1,138
531

13
823

7
830
1,077
589

27,806

22,359
5,039

21,900
7,028

21,286
4V892

888
1,723

917
1,534

877
1,578

3,521
898
1,536

3,811
912
1,561

20,182
4,308
4,087

20,825
5,076

3,554

30,617
6,237
3,435

12,447

12,602

6,186

6,119

12,983
6,073

12,315
6,429

12,036
6,508

43 Asia . .
China
44
People's Republic of China
Republic of China (Taiwan)
45
46
Hong Kong
47
India
48
Indonesia
Israel
49
50
51
Korea (South)
52
Philippines
53 Thailand
54
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries 14
55 Other

140,021

139,466

152,359

148,985

4,095
9,952
18,606
1,435
1,807
4,160
58,522
4,721
1,908
6,156

4,575
9,459
17,712
1,127
1,659
4,628
60,021
4,856
1,822
5,838

5,309
9,297
18,629
1,658
2,345
4,580
66,346
4,808
2,544
5,985

6,063
8,690
19,052
1,450
1,802
4,134
62,132
4,646
2,619
.5,550

13,181
15,478

11,937
15,832

13,309
17,549

56 Africa
57
Egypt
58
Morocco
59
South Africa
60
Zaire
61
Oil-exporting countries14
62
Other

5,823
1,959
94
214
13
1,187
2,356

6,331
2,058
73
294
8
1,433
2,465

63 Other . . . .
64
Australia
65
Other . .

4,965
3,807
1,158
11,324
6,807
3,407
1,110

66 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .
67
International 1 ^
68
Latin American regional16 . .
69
Other regional17

98



5,122
191,346
3,553

3,714
34
888
1,257
387
27,646

5,176

5,319

8,182
5,572
194,660
3,286
3,865

6,261

I,II03

565

210,248
3,078
4,475

3,741
4,417
7
825
1,036
513

9,140
3,114
467
,0

13
875
1,121
529

19,941
4,275
4,082

21,263
4,077

19,199
4,845
4,598

12,243
4,539
4,549

1,079
1,399

1,027
1,472

935
1,190

900
1,596

4,153

930
1,597
1 1 ,668

916
1,420

3,861
1,027
1,332

12,004

13,170

640
,4

6,417

6,510

13,297
6,465

13,809
6,489

13,833
6,437

13,979
6,662

151,901

148,575

151,238

152,310

158,217

163,316

157,153

155,357

5,395
9,820
21,616
1,521
1,537
3,460
62,829
4,523
2,590
5,788

6,158
8,378
19,063
2,136
2,002
3,762
63,985
4,581
3,150
4,851

5,018
8,800
18,708
1,695
1,676
3,822
65,624
5,310
3,396
5,222

4,393
8,723
18,613
1,764
1,703
3,437
65,712
4,873
3,204
6,364

5,062
8,853
18,750
2,187
1,838
3,204
68,200
4,622
3,135
6,503

5,625
9,473
18,217
2,376

8,017

13,659
19,188

14,896
17,926

14,374
16,135

14,983
16,984

15,981
17,543

5,755
1,659
89
285
II
1,139
2,572

5,813
1,688
76
331

6,480
1,999
78
290
7
1,204
2,902

6,210

983
2,724

6,236
1,984
93
230
8
1,057
2,864

3,971
2,581
1,390

4,689
3,006
1,683

6,436
2,991
3,445

5,908
2,795
3,113

7,500
6,261
357
882

8,087
6,376
330
1,381

6,013
4,350
393
1,270

8,364
5,635
909
1,820

3,404

11

1,734

1,613

6,607
66,152
4,740

506
,6
63,309

3,158
5,682

304
,6
5,946

10,063
9,792
17,181
2,336
1,576
5,155
64,039
5,104
2,714
6,466

17,138
18,725

17,232
22,320

17,678
16,596

15,474
15,457

6,299
2,014
72
197
9
1,186
2,821

6,389

6,939
2,097

80
289
8
1,291
2,836

6,332
1,914
82
417
8
1,156
2,755

2,897

2,845

6,511
1,867
97
433
9
1,343
2,762

8,684
5,804
2,880

7,587
6,288
1,299

5,125
3,935
1,190

5,277
3,966
I.3H

6,281
5,114
1,167

5,203
4,094
1,109

6,380
5,141
1,239

9,067
7,083
847
1,137

7,491
5,619
612
1,260

5,323
3,998
418
907

7,619
5,390
1,108
1,121

7,824
5,844

6,207
4,358
1,094
755

7,474
6,467
551
456

1,706

1,996
66
245
9
1,176

950
1,030

10,919
17,552
2,377

5,016

67
693
10
1,227

51. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States, 1993-94
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 93

1 Total, all foreigners
2 Foreign countries . .

486,752
.....

3 Europe
......
4 Austria
5 Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
6 Denmark
7 Finland
8 France
9 Germany
...
10 Greece
1 1 Italy
12 Netherlands
1 3 Norway
14 Portugal
15 Russia
...
16 Spain
1 7 Sweden
18 Switzerland
19 Turkey
....
20 United Kingdom
21
Yugoslavia^
22 Other Europe 2 other former
and
U.S.S.R.
23 Canada

. ...

497,698

477,015 469,749

461,121 482,562

473,006 461,331

477,691 466,353

469,285

484,584

483,652

493,590

473,693 467,332

459,439

480,482

471,699

459,379

475,312

465,110

467,084

482,179

1 1 6 462 123 943
356
520
5 885
6,472
785
705
1 225
1,274
14,537
13,878
5 534
5 359
666
669
8 714
8 463
2 896
3 247
647
748
494
390
3 154
3 154
4,132
2,571
5 342
5 156
4,965
4,488
1 042
1 065
55,639 60,838
567
571

121,854
894
6,272
682
1,009
13,123
5,714
581
8,417
2 668
643
552
2,906
3,835
4,810
4,343
943
61,659
553

119,617
1,013
6,176
645
997
13,036
5,310
616
8,723
2 600
712
619
2 889
3,620
4 509
4,355
1 285
60,082
551

1 1 8 259 1 22 408
941
1,080
5 513
5 955
628
721
885
1 225
11,834
11,630
6090
6 237
596
564
9 251
8 219
3 277
2 763
789
676
770
693
3 045
3 080
3 607
3 441
4 240
4073
4 123
4 735
1 584
1 508
59,606 62,541
550
548

125 219
1,094
6 127
835
1 007
1 1 ,848
7 747
509
8 154
3 259
876
810
2 799
5,117
5 142
5,193
1 492
60,763
547

1 1 6 948 124 375
691
457
6515
6 589
631
693
594
705
11,501
10,974
7 994
6 766
508
629
8 824
8 971
3 080
3 382
941
841
903
887
2 591
2 547
4 184
3 652
4 289
4 630
5 634
5 216
1 549
1 418
55,113
62,510
547
542

124 712
568
5 516
1,056
730
11,516
7 570
592
8 035
3 162
779
925
2 58)
4 747
4111
4,647
1 638
64,046
535

1 20 794
501
5 91!
1,261
606
11,622
6961
684
8 402
3 606
598
886
2 303
4 388
3 531
5,946
1 790
59,420
534

121 550
413
6 535
382
594
11,519
7 703
679
8 918
3 073
396
834
2 310
2 766
4 086
6,566
1 294
61,169
536

2,097

2,160

2,250

1,879

1,951

1,698

1,900

1,914

1,911

1,958

1,844

1,777

16 044

14 487

17 870

16 510

16 349

16 145

17 715

17 360

18 993

15 677

15 459

18 432

24 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 222,120 215,157 205,791 202,001
25 Argentina
3 932
4 834
4 888
4 863
26 Bahamas
64 392 65 690
59,479
59,095
27 Bermuda
6 797
2 851
3 910
5 609
28 Brazil
10 923
10 510
10,815
10,869
29 British West Indies
103 030
97 365
93 906 88 877
30 Chile
3 795
3,690
3,553
3,638
31
Colombia
2 819
2 807
2 752
2 786
0
0
0
0
32 Cuba
33 Ecuador
853
819
807
845
258
274
34 Guatemala
240
269
35 Jamaica
164
168
165
161
36 Mexico
16,019
15,144
15,220
15,559
37 Netherlands Antilles
1,938
2,105
1,735
1,971
2,482
38 Panama
2,480
2,712
2,195
39 Peru
708
650
735
691
904
793
40 Uruguay
852
858
41 Venezuela
2 255
2 331
2 404
2 341
1,644
42 Other
1,569
1,400
1,876

197,075 212,771 208,419 207,685 216,018 212,371 217,036 223,649
4 066
4 715
3 942
4 740
4 390
4 518
4422
4 841
64 410
56 372 60 214
57,100
60 350
63 242
56 521
61 276
4 319
8 578
7 122
8 034
3 089
5 550
8 915
7 566
1 1 812
10 713
12 322
10,844
11 301
11 684
11 686
10 930
89 810
90 537
96 989 91 247 93 130
98 149
97 521
93 087
3 719
3,857
3 728
3,616
3 675
3,898
3 796
3 832
3 179
2 876
2 916
2 957
3 040
2 847
2 886
2 921
J
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
773
772
742
708
708
680
735
704
266
256
256
244
269
286
286
240
184
165
181
175
186
195
182
183
15,834
15 323
14,995
15,739
15,660
15 755
16,158
16,077
2,411
2,354
3,153
3,155
3,310
3,048
3,011
3,172
2,471
2,892
2,523
2,425
2,336
2 345
2,605
2,506
653
621
657
617
675
667
636
651
952
910
783
816
926
926
919
813
2 907
2 650
2 711
2 388
2 650
2 890
2 836
2 669
3,217
2 041
1,741
2,008
2 304
2,829
2 151
2,378

43 Asia
122 165
China
44
People's Republic of China . .
775
45
Republic of China (Taiwan) . .
1,684
46 Hong Kong
9 108
47 India
541
1 322
48 Indonesia
877
49 Israel
50 Japan
....
75 087
51 Korea (South)
6,035
1 871
52 Philippines
53 Thailand
1,796
54 Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries3
17 060
55 Other
6,009

132 507

1 20 549

122 207

120 866

121 988

1 1 3 067 1 1 1 074

893
1,586
10 260
558
1 291
809
80 860
6,731
1 842
1,737

940
1,630
10 525
452
1 468
896
68,283
6,930
1 713
1,678

1,389
1,670
9 174
560
1 432
1,057
71,530
7,045
1 645
1,794

882
1,561
10420
500
1 386
814
71 788
7,143
1 521
1,762

1,899
1,840
9 805
448
1 503
772
71 179
7,423
1 402
1,864

872
1,549
10 655
485
1 282
728
62 607
7,582
1 357
2,006

639
1,585
9 392
456
1 289
770
64 738
7,262
1 250
2,018

17 749
8,191

19 025
7,009

17 885
7,026

17 937
5,152

17 437
6,416

16 976
6 968

56 Africa
57 Egypt
58 Morocco
59 South Africa
60 Zaire
61 Oil-exporting countries4 . . . .
62 Other

4 252
163
421
1 069
3
1,065
1 531

4 183
291
403
1 030
3
1 108
1 348

3 908
192
396
1 Oil
3
1 141
1 165

3 781
151
407
926
3
1,129
1 165

1 684
151
440
805
3
1 145
1 140

3 863
177
466
748
3
1 157
1 312

63 Other
64 Australia
65 Other

2,609
1 873
736

3,313
2 520
793

3,721
3 085
636

3,216
2 600
616

3,206
2 532
674

3,100

4,108

3,322

2,417

1,682

......

66 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations*




105 508

107 556

1 1 1 787

700
1,594
11 155
585
1 330
742
60 163
7,129
1 143
2,143

773
1,674
9 640
635
1 268
752
60,284
7,143
1 168
2,145

706
2,005
10 449
657
1 474
787
59,936
7,161
1 265
2,108

2,299
2,628
10 881
589
1 527
826
59,945
7,569
1 408
2,154

15 912
5,763

14 251
8,103

13 580
6,446

13 853
7,155

15 110
6,851

3 912
148
492
742
4
1 233
1 293

3 934
168
473
705
4
1,226
1 358

4 048
176
478
713
3
1,207
1 471

3 932
160
445
663
3
1,188
1,473

3 825
218
462
664
4
1,120
1 357

3 867
196
481
633
4
1,139
1 414

3,307
2 573
734

3 367
2 442
925

2,378
1 847
531

2 840
2414
426

2,910
2,401
509

2,414
1 873
541

2,894
2,071
823

2,080

1,307

1,952

2,379

1,243

2,201

2,405

109 038

99

51. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1993-94—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total, all foreigners

471,349

477,686

475,460

476,463

474,364

2 Foreign countries

468,195

476,092

473,540

475,276

3 Europe
I I 4 295
4
Austria . .
...
720
5
Belgium and Luxembourg
5,179
6
Denmark
...
507
7
Finland
695
8
France
.
...
11,737
9
Germany
7 383
10
Greece
653
8,932
11
Italy
3,892
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
738
14
Portugal
....
. ..
919
15
Russia
2,161
16
Spain
3 294
17
Sweden
.
3,664
18
Switzerland
7 180
19
Turkey
1,122
20
United Kingdom
52 951
21
Yugoslavia' .
470
22
Other Europe and other former
U.S.S.R 2
2,098

125 016

110 25 1

125 501

630

505

6,348
600

6,786
612

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

475,742

479,426

464,360

478,213

476,985

472,478

477,421

463,026

473,919

120,550
293
7,279
521
594
14,846
8 655
611
5,376
2,908
650
1 , 1 82
1,272
2,211
3,903
5,851
1 ,046
61,084
258

111 985

120,045

123,689

440

369

705

6,370
880

6,274
668

6,65 1
1 ,039

266

266

265

2,006

1 ,577

1,472

1 , 1 65

July

Aug.

477,661

469,920

478,944

472,638

475,240

468,524

124,239

120 188

123,831

452

507

472

481

6,768
896

6,394
1,332

7,129
539

6,935
622

[

19 94

414

376

364

361

340

275

124,895
477
6,574
464
502
16,009
9,996
657
5,578
3,196
825
1 ,040
1,378
2,664
4,168
6,937
1,159
61,531
273

1,964

2,080

2,254

1 ,933

1,757

1,681

1 ,467

716

560

638

656

690

710

11,042
7 975

1 1 ,497
8 174

1 1 ,426
9 185

13,106
8,306

13,767
7 231
66 1
6,160
3,046

13,281
8,228

669

727

720

682

8,558
2,860

7,685
2,955

6,397
2,584

6,823
3,288

111

531

1 ,032
2,022
2,683
3,562
4,534
1,577
67,053

1,050
1,971
2 654
3,393
8 593
!,57I
68 531

598
948

625
948

624
989

1,878
1,856
3,279
5,577
1,556
67 ,927

1,656
2,821
3,386
6,487
1 ,332
63,594

1,605
2,496
3,383
6,672
1,217
61,410

583
6,129
3,068

756
1 ,035
1,541
1,900
3,601
9,028
1,213
62,744

587

718

695

16,154
8 501

12,906
8 452

12,186
6,658

520

5IH

592

6,693
3,402

5,950
3,426
I 004
1,006
1,172
2,174
3,596
6,544

6,140
3,709

901
1 ,056
1,220
2,711
3,156
7 670
1,147
68 512

504
938
949
3,552
4,10!
7,491

914

862

62,616

65,4H7

19,129

16,892

17,007

17,950

17,346

20,525

19,967

19,732

19,239

16,433

17,788

17,978

24 Latin America and Caribbean . . . . 225,771
25
Argentina
4 554
26
Bahamas
65,889
27
Bermuda
10 231
28
Brazil . .
12,723
29
British West Indies
94,522
30
Chile
3,546
31
Colombia
...
...
3,241
0
32
Cuba
33 Ecuador
..
...
682
34
Guatemala
316
35 Jamaica . .
...
180
36
Mexico
16 303
37
Netherlands Antilles
3,178
38
Panama
2 824
39
Peru
702
40
Uruguay
797
41
Venezuela .
2,765
42
Other
3,318

226,041
4,447
64,903
9,971
13,018
95,414
3,763
1,055

219,376
4 643
65,489
8 374
12,952
92,011
3,639
3 058

2)9,275
5 159
65,594
8 150
11,442
92,23!
3,459
3,264

219,824
5,178
64,274
6,E95
11,971
94,876
3,358
3,230

221,744
5 506
63,586
6295
11,319
98,540
3,423
3,368

215,456
5,811
67,354
5,797
10,579
89,784
3,331
3,327

215,948
5,718
60,786
6,710
9,784
95,922
3,628
3,768

219,343
5,776
65,951
7,482
9,452
94,082
3,78?
4,003

0
705
289
163

0
684
271
191

0
683
291
198

0
707
112
194

8
683
108
186

12
628
11?
255

0
635
115
25!

0
685
366
254

16 682
3,157
2,967

15 947
2,457
2 481

16059
2,809
2 527

16,210
2,909
2,325

16 581
2,401
2 197

16,481
2,155
2,335

1 6 954
1,195
2 107

17,406
1,818
2,104

17,517
1 ,055
2,179

733
748

761
539

815
515

909
551

908
608

926
748

857
8CX)

884
652

959
485

2,711
3,270

2,605
3,263

2,527
3,376

2,475
3,491

2,428
3,369

2,240
3,401

219,772
5,587
62,351
5,444
10,299
100,840
3,401
3,463
0
625
110
204
16 329
1,332
2,184
946
711
2,055
3,49!

221,055
5 588
64,841
5 199
10,216
99,311
3,431
1,671

2
730
294
176

222,933
5,877
62,685
7,347
10,083
100,634
3,418
3,414
0
604
120
210
16,556
2,176
2,386
924
706
2,146
3,447

1,914
3,519

1,921
3,426

1,827
3,483

43 Asia
China
44
People's Republic of China . .
45
Republic of China (Taiwan) . .
46
Hong Kong
..
...
47
India
48
Indonesia .
....
...
49
Israel
50
Japan
51
Korea (South)
52
Philippines
53
Thailand
54
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries^
55
Other

102,302

101,734

99,834

105,472

104,504

105,706

102,680

102,778

106,261

101,412

103,346

106,714

880
2,611
10 231

842
\ ,490
9,969

796
2,162
11 666

843
1,817
9,894

802
2,023
9,035

783
1,947
9,771

951
1,785
10,031

1,177
1 ,238
13,057
972
1,3"?!
663
53,145
8,912
562
2,698

822
1 ,464
10 162

835
1,381
9,272

1,128

8!?
1 ,479
1 1 ,316
1 021
1 ,166

861

696

691

50,140
9 048

53,550
8,911

59,152
10,002

619

581

616

2,756

2,676

2,818

23 Canada . . . .

56 Africa
57
Egypt
58
Morocco . ,
....
59
South Africa
60
Zaire
61
Oil-exporting countries 4
62
Other
63 Other
64
Australia
65
Other
66 Non monetary international and
regional organizations 5 *

100



664

737

684

718

784

791

1,575

1,653

1,549

1,382

1,117

1,381

947

798

664

676

711

672

638

54,641
7 386
1 132
2,481

54,608
7,533
1 183
2,649

49,837
7 497
1 307
2,764

54,805
7,536

53,575
7,410

56,312
7,974

53,39!
8,112

925

924

654

514

2,744

2,947

2,979

2,839

13 1 13
6,643

n 191
7,232

14 544
6,207

16 388
7,611

18 416
6,541

16 566
5,947

16 465
5,782

16,081
6,525

15 10?
7,124

15 425
7,594

14454
6,435

11,712
5,755

3,794
...

638
1,599

764
1 ,805
9,896
829
1,365
675
52,968
8,553
531
2,784

3,777

3,705

3,703

3,708

3,794

3,486

227
525
558
6
1,203
1,258

205
523
565
4

206
477
557
5

219
477
575
5

281
518
556
4

234
479
492
3

1,219
1 189

1,224
1 234

1,227
1 205

1,245
1 190

1,224
1 ,054

3,689
229
485
656
1
1,219
1,097

3,536
254
49?
569
1
1,133
1 070

3,17?

203
525
582
4

874

1,692
940

3 367
1 684
1,683

3,373
1 859
1,514

3,017
1,169
1,648

3,283
1 488
1,795

3,104
1,586
!,518

2,958
1,390
1 ,568

3,154

1,594

1,920

1,187

1,726

2,421

1 ,396

1,959

1,175
I 305
2 904
2 030

2,632

971

986
1 ,454

3,115

3,033

237
468
480
3

?29
480
454
1

22^
429
665
i

985
1 004

909
1 040

872
840

3, HO
1,810
1 ,320

1,159
2 158
1,201

2,784
1 68?
1 ,097

3,162
2,219

3,264

2,005

1 ,334

4,294

943

52. Banks9 own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States, 1993-941
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Type of claim

1993
1 Total
2 Banks' claims . . . .
3
Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
5
Unaffihated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8
All other foreigners

532,480

531,130

. ...

535,393

519,121

486,752 497,698 477,015 469,749 461,121 482,562 473,006 461,331 477,691 466,353 469,285 484,584
32,862 30,250 33,607 30,260 29,491 29,345
32,698 30,183 31,801 31,191 29,668 29,115
294,742 308,666 294,408 286,239 282,771 298,808 280,411 275,585 287,239 270,497 280,378 286,382
101,449 102,383 96,740 97,514 94,877 94,086 93,279 94,234 96,233 92,101 92,045 98,433
54,371 52,032 48,797 49,562 47,535 46,402 45,004 45,675 44,870 43,733 43,963 47,167
47,078 50,351 47,943 47,952 47,342 47,684 48,275 48,559 51,363 48,368 48,082 5 1 ,266
57,699 56,399 52,260 55,736 53,982 60,323 66,618 61,329 62,418 72,564 67,194 70,654

9 Claims of banks 1 domestic customers3 . . . .
10
Deposits
11
Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 4
12 Outstanding collections and other
claims

54,115
14,498

40,982

23,498

18,577

16,885

13,601

38,529

50,809
20,241

13,460

13,510

13,683

7,950

14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad,
reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States5

41,430
9,343

26,016

MBMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances

49,918
12,960

8,163

8,190

7,863

38,205

35,239

33,589

30,776

31,527

30,452

24,975

29,906

24,1 I B

26,370

1994
1 Total
2 Banks' claims
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
Own foreign offices2
5
Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other . . . .
8
All other foreigners

531,622
. ..
..

56,162
24,490

70,736
34,863

18,425

16,263

22,565

13,870

13,216

13,308

7,558

23,780

54,566
25,087

13,680

24,519

56,522
24,227

17,992

MBMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances




548,949

530,308

. .

471,349 477,686 475,460 476,463 474,364 477,661 469,920 478,944 475,742 479,426 464,360 478,213
30,552 26,396 25,724 25,075 22,644 21,517 21,813 22,687 24,741 22,373 20,649 23,110
275,046 273,207 279,840 280,110 284,718 289,751 283,443 286,374 282,657 286,539 276,040 282,393
91,723 98,490 95,574 97,341 99,164 102,219 101,738 102,684 101,174 107,035 103,639 109,59!
40,943 46,278 44,368 48,084 50,564 51,189 51,076 49,952 50,900 52,914 50,490 58,402
50,780 52,212 51,206 49,257 48,600 51,030 50,662 52,732 50,274 54,121 53,149 5 1 , 1 89
74,028 79,593 74,322 73,937 67,838 64,174 62,926 67,199 67,170 63,479 64,032 63,119

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
11
Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 4
.
12
Outstanding collections and other
claims . . . .
.......

14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad,
reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States3

534,183

7,500

7,614

8,226

25,180

24,766

23,295

23,845

23,165

23,241

24,876

23,337

27,912

27,347

101

53. Banks9 own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States, 1993-941
Millions of dollars, end of period
j

Dee.

Mar.

189,689

196,552

194,581

154,372
18,033
136,339
28,607
1 1 ,098
17,509

162,043
21,253
140,790
27,646
10,341
17,305

167,919
17,773
150,146
28,633
10,821
17,812

54,858
7,874
45,126
37,741
1,677
4,774

54,395
7,878
48,559
38,649
1,762
3,129

57,254
9,819
51,613
37,642
1,940
3,775

4,994
3,120
14,417
5,063
2,131
436

4,679
2,909
13,671
4,808
2,051
489

4,533
2,549
13,353
4,732
2,050
429

Sept.

Mar.

June

1 Total

182,211

182,979

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

152,050
21,258
130,792
30,161
12,057
18,104

Maturity, by borrower and area2

j

Sept.

Dec.

186,711

191,770

194,716

168,028
16,150
151,878
26,553
9,229
17,324

161,594
12,951
148,643
25,117
8,051
17,066

166,244
16,986
149,258
25,526
7,375
18,131

169,765
15,006
154,759
24,951
7,693
17,258

56,605
7,564
56,755
41,382
1,820
3,793

59,209
7,306
58,998
36,875
1,613
4,027

51,204
8,285
56,758
38,891
1,798
4,658

58,406
7,21?
57,034
36,766
1,519
5,302

56,354
7,251
58,906
40,043
1,364
5,847

4,428
2,553
13,866
5,402
1 ,936
448

3,842
2,548
13,009
4,704
2,001
449

3,355
2,451
12,420
4,607
1,849
435

3,637
2,60?
12,146
4,838
1,836
462

3,641
2,373
1 1 ,992
4,583
1 ,549
813

June

1994

• 1993

H
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 other1
Maturity of more than one year
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other1

102



1

54. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. and foreign offices of U.S. banks, 1993-941
Billions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Area or country

1993
1 Total

1994

361.1

377.1

388.4

404.7

478.4

502.7

509.4

499.2

142.5
6.1
13.5
9.9
6.7
3.6
3.0
5.3
65.7
8.2
20.4

150.0
7.0
14.0
10.8
7.9
3.7
2.5
4.7
73.5
8.0
17.9

153.3
7.1
12.3
12.4
8.7
3.7
2.5
5.6
74.7
9.7
!6.8

161.6
7.4
11.7
12.6
7.7
4.7
2.5
5.9
84.7
6.7
17.8

178.8
8.0
16.4
29.0
15.5
4.1
2.8
6.3
70.1
7.7
18.9

174.2
8.8
18.8
26.0
14.0
3.6
2.9
6.5
63.4
9.6
20.5

188.4
9.7
20.7
25.2
11.6
3.5
2.6
6.2
82.8
9.8
16.4

176.1
6.9
19.1
24.5
11.8
3.6
2.7
6.9
70.3
9.5
20.7

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

25.4
1.2
.8
.7
2.7
1.8
.7
9.5
1.4
2.0
1.6
2.9

27.2
1.3
1.0
.9
3.1
1.8
.9
10.5
2.1
1.7
1.3
2.5

26.0
.6
1.1
.6
3.2
2.1
1.0
9.3
2.1
2.2
1.2
2.8

24.6
.4
1.0
.4
3.2
1.7
.8
8.9
2.1
2.6
1.1
2.3

41.2
1.0
1.1
1.0
3.8
1.6
1.2
12.3
2.4
3.0
1.2
12.7

41.7
1.0
1.1
.8
4.6
1.6
1.1
11.7
2.1
2.8
1.2
13.7

41.5
1.0
.8
.8
4.3
.6
.0
13.1
.8
.0
.2
15.0

45.2
1.1
1.2
1.0
4.5
2.0
1.2
13.6
1.6
2.7
1.0
15.4

25OPEC2
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30 African countries

16.6
.6
5.1
3.1
6.6
U

15.7
.6
5.5
3.1
5.4
1.1

14.8
.5
5.4
2.8
4.9
1.1

17.4
.5
5.1
3.3
7.4
1.2

22.9
.5
4.7
3.4
13.2
1.1

21.5
.5
4.4
3.2
12.4
I.I

21.7
.4
3.9
3.3
13.1
1.0

22.1
.5
3.7
3.6
13.4
.9

31 Non-OPEC developing countries

74.4

76.7

77.0

82.6

93.6

94.1

94.1

97.7

7.1
11.6
4.6
1.9
16.8
.4
2.7

6.6
12.3
4.6
1.9
16.8
.4
2.7

7.2
11.7
4.7
2.0
17.5
.3
2.7

7.7
12.0
4.7
2.1
17.7
.4
3.0

8.7
12.6
5.1
2.2
18.8
.5
2.7

9.8
11.9
5.1
2.4
18.5
.6
2.7

10.5
9.2
5.4
2.4
19.6
.6
2.7

M.I
8.2
6.1
2.6
18.1
.5
2.5

.6
5.3
3.1
.5
6.5
3.4
3,4
2.2
2.7

1.6
5.9
3.1
.4
6.9
3.7
2.9
2.4
2.6

.5
6.4
2.9
.4
6.5
4.1
2.6
2.8
3.0

2.0
7.3
3.2
.5
6.7
4.4
3.1
3.1
2.9

.8
7.5
3.6
.4
13.9
5.2
3.4
2.9
3.1

.7
7.1
3.7
.4
14.1
5.2
3.2
3.3
3.5

1.0
6.9
3.9
.4
14.1
5.7
2.9
3.5
3.6

1.1
9.1
4.2
.4
15.9
4.4
3.3
3.7
4.8

Egypt
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa 3

.2
.5
.0
.8

.2
.6
.0
.9

.2
.6
.0
.8

.4
.7
.0
.8

.4
.7
.0
1.0

.5
.7
.0
.9

.3
.7
.0
.9

.3
.6
.0
.8

52 Eastern Europe
53 Russia 4
54 Yugoslavia 5
55 Other

2.9
1.7
.6
.7

3.2
1.9
.6
.8

3.0
1.7
.6
.7

3.1
1.6
.6
.9

3.4
1.5
.5
1.4

3.0
1.2
.5
1.4

3.0
i.l
.5
1.5

2.7
.8
.5
1.4

56 Offshore banking centers
57 Bahamas
58 Bermuda
59 Cayman Islands and other British West Indies
60 Netherlands Antilles
61 Panama6
62
Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65 Other*

60.3
9.7
4.1
17.6
1.6
2.0
.1
16.7
8.4
.0

58.0
7.1
4.5
15.6
2.5
2.1
.1
16.9
9.3
.0

67.9
12.7
5.5
15.1
2.8
2.1
.1
19.1
10.4
.0

71.9
11.9
8.1
17.0
2.3
2.4
.1
18.7
11.2
,1

78.4
15.1
8.4
17.2
2.8
2.0
.1
19.7
13.1
.0

76.8
13.5
6.1
20.3
2.5
1.9
.1
21.7
10.7
.0

74.9
13.5
5.3
20.2
1.7
1.9
.1
20.3
11.8
.0

68.1
9.7
7.4
18.5
1.0
1.3
.1
19.9
10.2
.1

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated*

38.8

46.2

46.3

43,4

59.9

91.1

85.5

87.0

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

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
People's .Republic of China
Republic of China (Taiwan)
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

48
49
50
51

Africa




103

55. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States,
1992-941
Millions of dollars, end of period

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

By area or country
Financial liabilities
Burope . .
..
...
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
. ..
Netherlands .
Switzerland
United Kingdom
. ..

20
21
22
21
24
25
26

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
....
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

Asta^
Japan
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries^

..

39,700
14,944

28,586
18,553
10,033

30,344
18929
11,415

33,340
22,976
10,364

35,843
23,282
12,561

32,848
19,792
13,056

21,782

21,410

21,644

22,138

9,215

8,811

8 974

9,913

21,354
9,552

21,796
10,011

38,489
8,367

37,506

39,711
9,243

38,758

1 1 ,238

23,H41
16,960

24,881
17,749

25,618
17,451

6,881

7,132

8,165

27,172
19,146
8,026

2 1 ,670
9 566

21,975

21,402

9 728

9,158

40,113
5,774

39,452
6,904

38,344
8,745

37,456
8,055

23,353
18 791
4,562

23,380

17 913

24,5 IB
17 451

5,467

7,065

22,514
9 629

22,976

22,571

!0 317

10 234

1994

19 93

9,514

12 659

12 337

12 104

!2,247

12,044

12,567

12,599

12670

12 225

1 1 ,802

1 1 ,783

21 322
1,212

21 539
1,437

20 891
t ,6HO

20496

20,051

20,565

20,205

19,472

1,349

1,217

1,205

19620
2,024

20 118

1,174

20 740
1,235

2,000

1,882

19,908
1,888

12,922
172
1 997

13,643

14,334

13,387

14,138

14,717

16,886

18,437

20,442

23,627

23,765

256

306
1,625
899
639
503

268
2,219
863
585
491

175

525

2,077

2,377

2,606

738
980
627
8,146

414
1,623
889
606
569
8,610

278

1 025
355
7,801

193
2 324
634
979
490
8,136

855
571
378

975
534
634

1,214
S64
1,200

524
1,590
939
533
631

9,606

9,636

12,135

13,121

13,725

18,193

661
2,241
1 ,46?
648
633
1 6, HOO

308

362

345

544

604

493

663

859

508

698

618

625

4,199
476
124
18
2,901
j]
5

3,719
1,301
114
18
1,600
15
5

3,359

3,553

3,282

1,148
0
18
1,533
17
5

1,157
120
18
1,613
14
5

1 ,052
115
18
1 ,454
13
5

3,159
1,112
15
7
1,364
15
5

3,021
926

8,147
7,011

666

4,610
406

114
8

Commercial liabilities
Huropc
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

3,908

3,997

4,053

4,299

353
114
10

230
115
18

379
EI4
19

626
114
18

552
688
14,709

80
207
1,160

2,933

2,850

2,865

8
4

12
5

12
6

11
5

5 418
4 121

5 378
4 245

5,752

5,818
4 7^0

5,774
4763

6,039

5,689
4,620

5,694

4 857

5,754
4,725

5,650

8,149

4 678

4618

4 760

6,94?

13

10

17

19

24

19

21

21

24

24

11

15

7
6

o

0

5
0

6
0

6
0

130
123

112
124

111
123

133
124

9
0

111
121

115
123

88

89

85

33

60

40

IS

109

5H

10

19

50

8 128
256
754

7 478
173
756
851
601
482

7 198
298
700
729
535
150

7,048

6,835

6550

2,505

2,047

251
554
577
628
388
2,151

6 921
254
712
670
649
471
2,311

6,855
231
763
61 1

2,268

257
642
571
600
536
2,319

6,86?
287
742

2,393

269
774
603
576
441
2,186

239
655
684
688
375

2,439

7 005
264
712
650
538
472
2,120

6,804

987
495
543

7 735
240
682
799
564
461

2,351

2,450

7
4

. ..

2,785

20,870
495
1,727
1,961

2,757

3,468

All other5

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

42,754
14,443

51,988

46.856

12 905

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies . . .

32

43,114
12,364

49,996

45.511

19 92

10
11

Africa .
Oil-exporting countries 4

38,549
13,439

48,954

47.089

By type
4 Financial liabilities . ,
5
Payable in dollars
6
Payable in foreign currencies . . .

30
31

54,644

47,020

46,356

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies . . . .

Canada . .

57,197

June

June

45.887

19

55,478

Mar.

Mar.

1 Total

...

Dec.

Dec.

Dec.

June

7 Commercial liabilities . . .
H
Trade payubtes
9
Advance receipts and other
liabilities

Sept.

Sept.

Sept.

Mar.

Type of liability,
and area or country

S52
674
191

0
5

723
115

40

Canada

1 112

t 088

1 1 14

1 002

1 022

939

845

879

1 01?

1 070

1 068

1 ,018

41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Latin America and Caribbean , .
Bahamas
Bermuda
...
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela
...

1,743

1,846
g
493
134
73
504
287

1,515
1
325
121
85
326
147

1 ,533
3
307
209
33
457
142

1,784

1,824
6
356
226
16
658
172

1,754
4
340
214
35
576
173

1,666
21
350
216
27
481
126

1,908
8
493
211
20
556
150

2,007

1,790
6

1 ,865
19

200
148

345
163

33
671

23
576

192

279

9 901
3,518

10 535

1 1 026
3,918

10 594
3,612

10 763
3,711

10 518

10915

3,532

3,390

3,726

10 992
4,314

10 919
4,617

1 0 979
4,189

10 514
4,215

1 1 077
4,808

2

n

493
230
108
399
186

429
236
35
559
171

2
418
217
24
705
194

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle Has tern oil-exporting
countries'*

1 606

1 862

t 813

1 889

1 796

1 815

1 968

1,542

I 542

1 841

1 6HH

1 610

51
52

Africa
Oil-exporting countries 4

652
259

822
415

675
335

568
309

675
322

665
378

641
320

464
171

490
199

523
24?

482

442

271

262

53

Other5

998

950

761

575

726

652

579

574

720

618

611

519

104



56. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States,
1992-94'
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

Type of claim,
and area or country

June

Mar.

Dec.

Sept.

June

1992

Dec.

Sept.

Mar.

Sept.

June

1993

Dec.

1994

1 Total

45,222

46,613

46,271

45,073

51,478

45,709

46,030

47,643

48,404

47,925

49,830

55,409

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies . . . .

42 550
2,672

43 588
3,025

43 297
2,974

42,281
2,792

48 301
3,177

42 274
3,435

42 342
3,688

44 318
3,325

44 978
3,426

44 324
3,601

46 284
3,546

52 270
3,139

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 .

28 063
20,098
18,897
1,201
7 965
7 205
760

29 025
19,818
18,461
1,357
9 207
8,476
731

28 573
19,524
18,387
1,137
9 049
8,028
1,021

26,509
17,695
16,872
823
8 814
7,890
924

31 345
19,739
18,611
1,128
11 606
10 548
1,058

25 632
14,292
13,329
963
11 340
10,185
1,155

26 902
14,509
13,503
1,006
12 393
1 1 ,282
1,111

26 995
15,795
15,246
549
11 200
9,974
1,226

27 814
15 864
15,353
511
11 950
10 725
1,225

26 576
15 637
15,009
628
10 939
9 711
1,228

28 214
17 510
16,934
576
10 704
9466
1,238

32 136
18,568
18,117
451
13 768
12,711
1,057

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables . .
...
13 Advance payments and other
claims

17 159
14 381

17 588
14,894

17 698
14,755

18 564
16,007

20 133
17,779

20077
17,594

19 128
16,150

20 648
17,647

20 590
17 697

21 349
18 530

21 616
18,836

23 073
20,208

2,778

2,694

2,943

2,557

2,354

2,483

2,978

3,001

2 893

2 819

2,780

2,865

14
15

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies . . .

16,448
711

16,651
937

16,882
816

17,519
1,045

19,142
991

18,760
1,317

17,557
1,571

19,098
1,550

18,900
1 ,690

19,604
1,745

19,884
1,732

21,442
1,631

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

By area or country
Financial claims
Europe . . . . . . .
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom .
..

13 945
12
263

12,954
25
783

11,301
16
768

9,331
8
764

10 405
67
905

9 745
74
781

8,376
70
708

6 564
83
859

8 060
114
825

7,641
86
800

280
728
647

374
715
771

7,187
134
785

292
750
587

326
515
490

388
544
478

383
500
494

362
485
512

526
502
515

466
503
520

459
472
495

411
503
747

540
429
521

11 645

8,731

8,078

6,252

6 991

6 579

5 230

3,543

3 629

3 089

4,370

4,398

23

Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . . .
Mexico
Venezuela . . . .

31
32
33

2 694

Canada

24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Asia
Japan
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries 2

34
35

..

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

36

All other4

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

7 ! 18
125
753

Commercial claims
Europe . . .
Belgium and Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
...
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

2,545

2,281

1,833

2 213

2 034

2,103

2,024

2 198

3 062

3,156

3,785

10,357
522

12,160
568

13,837
1 248

13,893
778

14,610
320

10,095
827

12,965
980

15,639
1 006

15,497
1 157

14,279
1 193

J4,363
1 006

J8,358
2,264

12
346

12
331

65
589

40
686

79
592

258
590

197
590

125
654

34
672

39
466

52
411

27
520

9,049

10,828

1 1 ,492

1 1 ,747

7,484

10,000

1 1 ,578

11,772

14,513

239
26

656
23

665
24

882
25

12,448

12,371

244
32

445
29

12,709

212
34

868
161

850
26

614
33

655
32

605
35

617
355

952
705

717
471

864
668

3 362
3,123

3 016
2,485

2 754
2,213

1 591

2 522
1,655

2 210
1,349

2 152

1,835

853

662

931

3

4

4

3

3

10

5

3

5

2

19

141

88
1

99
I

76
0

74

87
1

249
0

60
0

57
0

71
1

83
9

128
1

J25

390

357

366

505

627

617

616

455

403

387

396

468

8 217
183
1,665

8,504
255
1,686

8,196
174
1,825

8,451
189
1,537

8,904
179
1,778

8,768
174
1,766

900
589
308

933
552
362

9,077
!84
1,947
1,018

8 734
176
1,827

925
666
396

9,092
173
1,511
1,046

8,211
163
1,438

950
647
325

8,940
170
1,498
1,027

422
429

944
354
413

937
293
685

880
3?9
537

9,579
217
1,886
1 ,046

2,093

2,179

2,011

2,094

2,369

2,330

2,427

2,483

741
437
2,365

565
443

935
410
377

2,562

2,288

314
559

2,554

44

Canada

1 143

1 088

I 155

1 286

I 366

1 361

1,362

1,358

1 451

1 466

1,501

1,543

45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Latin America and Caribbean . .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . . .
Mexico
Venezuela . . .

2,641
12

2,739
12

3,225
12

3,043
28

3,458
17

3,073
20

3,283
11

3,569
13

3,901
18

3,965
34

4,147
9

273
376
45
910
207

291
450
32
864
252

3,492
18

256
410
43
977
307

255
357
40
924
345

195
836
20

225
407
39
866
287

182
463
71
994
295

222
422
58

295
502

246
473
49

234
614
83

351

239
788
43
913
318

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle Eastern oil-exporting
countries2 .
..

4 378
1 799

4,501
1 801

4,328
1 779

4,866
1,903

5,444
2 165

5,227
1 886

5,544
2,519

636

609

513

693

776

677

55
56

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3

426

428

439

554

472

525

75

73

60

78

75

57

Other4

354

328

355

364

419




1 006

67 '
1,047

1,133

1,244

294

303

392

355

5,909
2,173

5,852
2 353

6,145
2 359

6,425
2,448

6,745
2,497

458

715

667

615

615

700

501

521

516

492

462

473

99

107

85

102

90

68

76

414

437

500

468

441

495

586

1 013

105

57, Foreign transactions in securities, 1993-94
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

23,905
23,033

32,629 31,924
28,072 28,755

Dec.

Nov.

Transaction, and area or country

1993
U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales
.

. . . .

319,664 19,517
298,086 19,360

28,764 27,060 25,121 23,094
25,993 24,614 25,452 22,308

24,310
23,467

24,441
25,046

26,133
23,693

32,766
28,293

3 Net purchases, or sales {—)

21,578

157

2,771

2,446

-331

786

843

-605

2,440

872

4,557

3,169

4,473

4 Foreign countries

21,306

162

2,681

2,289

-339

790

815

-652

2,413

954

4,645

3,099

4,449

10,658
-103
1,642
= 602
2,986
4,559
- 3,213
5,719
-321
8,198
3,825
63
202

392
-25
96
64
205
-•16
-341
305
-92
-123
28
4
17

2,269
223
95
-11
501
1,135
57
-235
-65
593
-624
27
35

972 -650
-183 -154
137
100
32
68
356
280
475 -1,140
167
91
403
246
-13
7
763
2
250 -530
2
-48
-5
13

-619
-86
6
35
50
-689
132
509
56
910
452
10
56

415
66
99
91
178
195
--532
72
-22
1,073
230
20
-211

-185
45
76
-452
369
-73
1,400
413
-135
632
626
-49
72

670
-9
202
133
354
-204
-128
613
-44
1,204
860
63
35

434
-152
112
69
--259
570
- 596
140
12
977
1,016
3
- 16

3.145
1%
328
137
409
1 ,759
-300
1,260
-94
601
348
5
28

1 ,407
45
130
-767
205
1 ,470
11
941
53
601
4H8
(>
80

2,408
61
261
181
338
1 ,077
110
1,052
16
965
68 1
20
98

272

-5

90

-4

28

47

27

-82

-88

70

24

22 189 2^ 257 20.975 19 325
18,983 23,265 15,767 15,514

24.091
16,825

22.738
20,730

22.425
16,387

25. 05*
16,292

2K.226 28.592
l«>,400 21,545

27.746
17,310

5
6
7
H
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Europe
France .
..
..
Germany
Netherlands . .
.
Swit/erland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East 1
Other Asia
.
.
Japan
Africa . .
. . .
Other countries

...

...
...

1 8 Nonmonctary international and
regional organizations
BONDS

283,824 17,207
217,824 15,806

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales

8

66,000

21 Net purchases, or sales ( —)
22 Foreign countries
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

157

2

...

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
S wit/or land
United Kingdom
...
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries . . .
....

36 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

1,401

3,206

1,992 5,208

3,811

7,266

2,008

6,038

8,761

8,826

7,047

10,436

65,462

1,497

3,335

2,128

5,229

3,843

7,229

2,018

6,032

8,075

8,687

7,020

10,369

22,587
2,346
887
= 290
-627
19,686
1,668
15,691
3,248
20,846
1 1 ,569
1,149
273

725
101
H6
-119
122
-26
-437
419
300
305
190
168
17

2,761
311
54
-133
-38
2,992
145
437
248
-253
-341
27
™30

56
75
-55
-178
11
-212
153
490
263
1 ,216
595
-10
-40

1,772
508
815
108
-239
1,131
291
632
463
2,082
991
0
-11

360
595
228
-7
»219
-303
20
1,262
115
2,062
940
21
3

2,710 -1,001
=12
- 76
-241
2
-134
11
-56
172
3,033 -1,214
397
218
1,770
901
202
147
2,089
1 ,382
863
890
2
224
59
147

2,333
64
-20?
317
-327
2,078
164
1,678
158
1 ,432
919
317
-50

4,132
13
-419
219
-204
4,278
249
846
162
2.373
993
236
7?

4,061
512
915
-518
203
2,751
95
1,838
375
2,256
1,574
47
IS

1,559 3,119
110
1 45
231
-60
49
95
-80
28
2,325
2,H53
54
319
2,270 3,148
432
3H3
2,765
3, 137
1,478
2.477
2
119
-58
144

538

-96

-129

-136

-21

-32

686

139

3 7 - 1 0

6

27

67

-62,691-2,260 - 1,538 -3,983 -4,007 -4,000
5,681 -6,476 -8,693 -5,366 =7,496-6,687
245,490 12,815 15,121 17,482 19,435 16,415 18,601 19,635 20,381 21,410 24,754 28,41H
308,181 15,075 16,659 21,465 23,442 20,415 24,282 26,111 29,074 26,776 32,250 35,105
-80,377-5,503 -9,396-4,868-3,559=2,541 -9,041-12,411 -5,801-12,564
6,203
1,417
745,952 38,567 55,135 71,154 55,458 53,415 62,063 60,311 63,342 69,701 66,462 77,469
826,329 44,070 64,531 76,022 59,017 55,956 71,104 72,722 69,143 82,265 72,665 76,052

6,504
31,023
37,527
9,907
72,875
82,782

Foreign securities
37 Stocks, net purchases, or sales { P
38
Foreign purchases
...
...
39
Foreign sales
40 Bonds, net purchases, or sales (—)
41
Foreign purchases
42
Foreign sales
43 Net purchases, or sales (— ), of stocks
and bonds

-143,068 -7,763-10,934 -8,851 -7,566 -6,541 -14,722-18,887-14,494-17,930-13,699 -5,270-16,411

44 Foreign countries

-143,232 -6,756 -11,072 -8,582 -7,845 -6,874 -14,784-18,997-14,548-18,006-14,048 -5,279-16,441

45 Fkirope
4 6 Canada . . . . . .
47 Latin America and Caribbean
48 Asia
49 Africa
50 Other countries

~ 100,872 =6,993 -6,358 -3,243 -4,001 -7,668 --12,291 - 15,671 - 1K525 - 15,654 - 8,564 -2,950 -5,954
-15,664
153 -5,103-3,025 -761
-96 -1,312 -2,492
1.808 -1,583
1,628
456 - 1,775
-7,600
195
9
597-2,590 1,190
694
=710 -1,158
1,934
953 2,137 -4,671
-15,159 -330
538-2,431 -613
115 -1,354
101 -3,061 -2,480
1,82? -261
3,556
= 185
-7
3
-18
-18
-206
9
4
7
14
14
0
13
-3,752
532 -161 -462
138 -209
-530
-229
-619
-237 -1,090
38?
-498

5 1 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

106



164-1,007

138

-269

279

333

62

110

54

76

349

9

30

57. Foreign transactions in securities, 1993-94—Continued
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

29,179
26,365

28,819
30,463

27,811
29,852

28,696 28,094
27,653 29,727

Dec.

Transaction and area or country
1994

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales . . .

350,558
348,648

32,091
28,827

33,817
30,348

3 Net purchases, or sales (—)

1,910

3,264

3,469

4 Foreign countries

1,900

3,264

3,536

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 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . .

6,717
-201
2,110
2,251
-30
840
-1,160
-2,108
-1,142
-1,207
1,190
29
771

2,929
120
,1,168
168
251
596
320
965
= 110
= 912
= 797
11
61

10

0

35,868
35,672

29,261
31,075

27,018
29,261

24,289
25,119

196 -1,814

1,329 -2,243

-830

2,814 -1,644 -2,041

1,043 -1,633

198 -1,812

1,312 -2,234

-834

2,816 -1,658 -2,073

1,020 -1,635

-299
= 70
57
354
81
-830
-314
-480
-104
303
552

1,451
= 20
72
258
139
893
= 374
866
-281
1,037
1,138
0
117

226 -1,110
-25 -119
-55 -158
265
652
8
= 551
566 = 1,265
-109
175
650 = 577
-86
251 -171
262 = 174
_4
-25
159
5

3,344 1,249
862
94
182
-78
404
286
206
204 = 150
89
481
89
160
1,222
604
355
-74
-295
269
810
-61 -1,885
I
_g
55
-414 -1,165 =-1,205
-447 -136 = 676
-18
13
33
117
181
115

25,615
24,286

1,158
213
342
156
= 11
244
140
= 298
37
412
309
-I
= 136

= 520
= 239
53
65
84
-360
-544
= 874
= 126
= 265
153
5
90

—7

67

-1,191 -1,382
= 61 = 198
-104 = 161
320
-130
-106 -655
-643 -542
61 -415
-688 = 536
-74
-445
576
346
748
258
10
12
-24
19

-2

14

24,309 22,137 30,277 29,424 24,553 31,364 25,316 23,317
19,482 18,131 25,068 27,335 20,375 20,587 19,031 15,788

19,274
17,012

-67

-2

-2

17

-9

32

23

BONDS2

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales . . .

291,193
229,640

21 Net purchases, or sales (—)

61,553

4,827

4,006

5,209

2,089

22 Foreign countries

60,668

4,843

3,975

38,585
242
657
3,322
1,055
33,212
3,054
5,402
111
12,153
5,486
49
654

2,843
54
= 103
76
176
1,760
38
1,128
173
685
= 74
= 51
27

3,047
= 58
97
199
57
2,984
-175
556
6
496
52
12
33

2,902
35
-73
330
131
3,303
-7
1,792
32
334
-509
-10
79

235
178
112
216
-188
433
-6
811

885

-16

31

87

18,911
14,760

6,285

5,122 2,104 4,116 10,649

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

19,932 22,379
16,609 15,462

4,178 10,777

7,529

2,262

3.323

6,917

4,151

2,295

3.324

6,933

3,811

590
,0

7,596

921
547
55
96

510
-2
-243
358
136
870
234
916
27
2,284
1,567
10
135

5,985
33
30
868
147
5,645
473
1,534
342
2,286
1,378
10
19

4,620
33
52
29
-191
4,469
645
-615
363
774
728
-23
136

5,255 2,885 3,285
-17
105
-17
39 -355
449
610
19
243
5
-1
283
4,578 2,229
1,469
492
496
214
79 -1,577 -1 189
160
= 86
51
814
1,575
607
774
375
325
19
2
19
16
55
43

4,383
-106
201
346
488
3,529
207
1,305
= 96
1,137
497
-2

2,635
4
451
28
12
1,943
443
662
-=193
240
-174
8
16

-15

62

128

385

-67

-33

-1

16

340

37 Stocks,, net purchases, or sales (—)3
38 Foreign purchases
39 Foreign sales
40 Bonds, net purchases, or sales (—) .
41
Foreign purchases
42 Foreign sales

-46,818 -5,473 -6,675 =6,180 =2,264
386,334 33,246 38,557 37,721 33,030
433,152 38,719 45,232 43,901 35,294
-5,853 =6,572 =2,039 10,490 =3,140
898,550 82,212 87,984 116,892 69,560
904,403 88,784 90,023 106,402 72,700

=4,004
30,719
34,723
2,644
64,070
61,426

-3,153
29,704
32,857
-2,877
60,012
62,889

-4,376
30,837
35,213
631
67,378
66,747

720
37,791
37,071
-1,095
78,182
79,277

-4,427
29,867
34,294
-5,200
66,202
71,402

=2,547
28,444
30,991
-1,997
66,907
68,904

-2,212
25,742
27,954
1,135
68,887
67,752

43 Net purchases, or sales (—), of stocks
and bonds

-52,671 -12,045 -8,714

4,310 -5,404 -1,360 -4,060 -6,030 -3,745

-375 -9,627 -4,544 -1,077

44 Foreign countries

-53,191 -12,088 -8,582

4,333 -5,360 -1,647 -4,053 -6,212 -3,928

152 -9,477 -4,497 -1,832

45
46
47
48
49
50

4,778
-7,525
-22,133
-24,080
= 475
-3,756

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries

36 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . .

Q
o

Foreign securities

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries

51 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . . .




520

-6,227
30,676
36,903
2,167
70,264
68,097

-6 =2,532 -5,507 -790 -857
-3,322 -2,212 14,027 1,773 1,278 6,303 -3,377
339 -857 -525
1,637
-2,860 =2,286 -151
60
354 -892 -1,915 -429
-2,082 =550 =3,107 -7,046 =2,181 =4,386 -1,311 -2,423 5,079 -1,464 =2,241 =421
-3,046 =3,568 -6,900
140 -485 -4,720
321 = 718 =1,958 =1,477
511 -2,180
-42
17 -120
=31
-4
-45
-10
217
-22
=72 -267
-96
85
= 736
17
584 -256 -609 -313
80 -569 =754 -100 -1,185
43

-132

-23

-44

287

-7

182

183

-527 -150

-47

755

107

58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes: Foreign transactions, 1993-941
Millions of dollars; net purchases, or sales (—) during period
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Dec.

Nov.

1993
1 Total estimated
2 Foreign countries
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

liurope
Belgium and
Luxembourg
Germany
Netherlands
Sweden
Swit/erland
United Kingdom
Other Europe and former
U.S.S.R
Canada
..
Latin America and
Caribbean
Vene/uela
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles . . .
Asia
Japan
Africa
Other

20 No n monetary international
and regional
organi/ations
21
International
......
22 Latin American regional . .
MKMO
23 Foreign countries
24 Official institutions
25 Other foreign 3
Oil-exporting countries
26 Middle Hast"
27 Africa 1

23,552

440 -2,029

6,578

4,366 -1,159 -5,698 -1,871

13,980 - 10,860

4,051

15,223

531

23,368

-144 -2,913

6,029

4,527

-877 -5,944 - 1 ,485

14,368 •-10,718

760

-382

3,379

1,518

-190

-2,373

-600

1,218
45
-59
697 = 1 632
-9 976
206
= 515 -1,238
-54
258
1 421
-455
- 199
•= 1,501
2 025
183
6 197

640
-2,757
66
= 140
- 1 ,569
742

783 -1,772
3 302
10 309

1,013
-665

39
2,490

-4,561 - 1 ,495
390
-175

445
179

1,473 - 1 ,539

647
505
86
-387
= 1 382 -3,396 - 1,100 -2 918
-393
108
524
731
673
32
649
- UK)
108
-223
888
719
2 147
1 455
2,948
2 659

1,547

-5,88?

3,50?

841

4tX)

-218
305
-167
293
-74
3 787

20?
1 209
137
. 53
-209
-8 171

-205
1,178
- 506
47
448
833

22
- 750

1 9(X)

-65
570
189
-31
- 70
- 511

206
141
573

-828
144

-914
1 929

-379
324

887
-I 119

1,712
-342

867
1 ,358

696
846

-537
154

-2,020 -3,880 -1,419
152
74
5

-333
2

6,917
~7

-3,311
32

3,821
-101

2,070
19

-4,819
56

• -5,795 -3,309 -1,656
844
1,922
1,989
20 582 -1 136 - 1 ,032
804
-743
17,070
-33
- 139
1 156
-182 -1,140
1 ,745

-471
-220
7,220
3,457
-66
301

711
510
1 ,096 - 1 ,863
-845
-3,190 -2,169 -2,135
2,994 -5,68? -2 587
3,8!3
3,324
-980
3,291
-301
—2
116
81
67
929
32 1
-536
-371

1,178
5,746
3 715
3,161
292
=-467

-1, 700
795
3,12?
-1,643
-•574 -•••2,035
156
- 1 ,809
616
74
-443
156

-• 36
2,087
1 1,771
5,661

884
572
235

549
53
I

-W
- 698
30

- 142 ™ 1 , 1 30
-874
-98
1?
-23

639
875

184
-330
653

584
229
270

- 144 -2,913
23,368
1 306 -2 980 -4 364
1,451
2 836
22,062

= 8,836
-1

-238 -t,855
0
8

6,029
-616
6645
811
0

716 - 1 ,254
522
1 ,520

5,181

14,584

- 161
™228
16

-282
-318
-17

246
403
106

-386
-320
-21

- 877 -5,944 - 1 ,485
4,527
2 709 -3 424 -760 -4 677
2,547 -5,184
3 !92
1,818

1,050
-3,825
4,080
649
35
115
191
138

40

-229
74
-1

14 368 - 10,? 18
3 161
7?4
13 644 - 13,883

5,181
1,619
3,562

14,584
6 223
8,361

760
3,687
-2,927

-980
0

-820

0

-6
0

H4
-9

114 - 1 ,070 -2,443 -1,261 -1,172
_4
0
0
0
0

1994
1 Total estimated
2 Foreign countries
3 Kuropc
4
Belgium and
Luxembourg
.1
Germany .
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
H
Switzerland 1
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Europe and former
USSR
1 1 Canada
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

78,653

2,000

12,877

-970

78,610
38 544

1 750
48

12,772
3 066

= 930 - 14,040
2 343 -6 325

132
= 63
1,098
2,525 - i ,059
5,709
1,254
102
-79
794
229
-4
214
555
456
2,573
23,438 -2.005

277
- 1,043
-971
34
1,682
676

-168
-868
187
= 154
-348
4,036

715
185

1 688
584

-938
- 1,651

5 795
3,491

-721
34

Latin America and
7,744
1 898
Caribbean
-10 182
-383
-319
260
Vene/uela
Other Latin America and
3 387
2 999
-20496
Caribbean
894
10,633
4,485
Netherlands Antilles . . .
Asia
47,087 -2,151
1,315
Japan . .
. ...
29,518 -3 074 - 1,393
- 135
240
Africa
- 120
582
Other
56
- 570

20 Nonmonetary international
and regional
organisations
21
International
22 Latin American regional . .
MI%MO
23 Foreign countries . . . . . . .
24 Official institutions
25 Other foreign2
OH- export ing countries
26 Middle3 East5
27 Africa

108



- 14,635

43
170
75

250
444
7

105
—5
116

1,750 12,772
78,610
3,547
4,352
41,800
36 810 -2 602 9 225
-38
0

- 1516

o

894
0

- 3 47 1
93

19,314 -4,047

1,013

15,990

11,941

10,530

13,105

11,535

19,263 -3,595
8,602 -1 640

1,346
5 693

15,574
8 397

12,029
9,435
3 889 = 1,166

13,068
7,761

1 1 ,938
8,274

-160
154
2p
1,875
21
560
25?
150
631
-211
5,157 -5,050

-78
714
120
100
-145
5,290

529
1 693
274
-158
-701
5,265

32
-15
-243
254
-68
954
105
-37
353
-718
3,5?? -1,958

24
924

-1,512
7,706

434
725
156
61
656
6,243

1,456
98

-308
2,937

1 495
1 950

180
1,610

412
1 ,350

1
--559

?25
43

978
91

1 910
77

- 6 09 1 -3,288 -6 984 -8 620 - 1 919
2^
-130
-171
-9
-137

-4 346 -6 938 -3,368 -6 652 -9 015
3 548
-323
210
782
373 -5,330
1,018
6,241
425
5,188
2,363
293 13,631
5,000
2,913
8,210
-826
2,976
3 6HO
59
-29
16
80
- 18
5
-321
-252 - 1 ,032
-793
249
825

--93
- 420

136
-5

6,7 It)

2 308
-2,167
6,763
3,225
200
- 569

,.;. 1

1 1
1

= 419
? 122
4435
2,189

?

- 2 074
2,756
4,944
4,111
135
- 11
99?
141

74
813
3,640
2,067
58
-453

-333
-425
23

416
317
-4

-88
- 75
=• l

1 095
i,0?4
6

37
73
4

™ 403
-322
-3

-930 - 14,040 19,263 -3,595
1 346
3,362
-4,757 -1,661 11,237
5,063
3 827 - 1 2 379 8 026 -6 957 -3 717

15 574
9,753
5 821

12,029
4,6? 1
7 358

9 435
2,891
6 544

13,068
2,760
10 308

1 1 ,938
582
1 1 ,316

6? I
1

^
0

445
0

623
0

-405
—1

-40
5
-37

28
0

-595
-591
21

102
0

51
70
-111

-345
0

-452
-395
54

-500
0

12
0

59. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19941
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

5.;15

Rate at month-end
...

5.:15

3.88
4.10
5.64
6.07
6.59
6.92
6.04
5.60
5.54
5.62
6.04
7.43

6.20
6.10
5.90
5.70
5.40
5.10
5.00

rs
.5
5.;.5
5.C)0
4.f 0
ii

8.00
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.00
7.00
7.00
7.50

,

5.()0
)0
4."'5
4.! 0
i

5.()0
5.C)0
4."75
4 *>0
ii

if
>0

...

4.;50

if

^f
4.;50

5.00

, „an
n
P

Netherlands

Sweden

Switzerland

1.'75
ji

5.C)0
5.()()
5.t)0
5.C)0
4 *>0
i

4.50

)()
)()
)()
3.;>0
tL

Ja

7.50

t

if
1."15

4.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
7.00
7.00
7.00

if
4.!SO

ir
3..>0

60. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19941
Percent per year, averages of daily figures
Year

Type or country
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Eurodollars
United Kingdom
Canada . . .
..
Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France
Italy
Belgium . . .
..
Japan

...

...

4 63
5.45
5.57
5 25
4.03
5 09
5.72
8 45
5.65
2 24

Feb.

Jan.

3 15
5.34
3.89
5 76
3.90
5 12
6.19
8 38
6.88
2 13

Mar.

3.43
5.15
3.89
5 79
4.04
5 19
6.18
8 42
6.39
2 21

3.75
5.12
4.45
5 73
3.99
5 23
6.11
8 36
6.10
2 26

Apr.
4.00
5.14
6.07
5 48
3.96
5.22
5.89
8 07
5.84
2.26

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

4.51
5.13
6.38
5 07
3.94
5.04
5.52
7.76
5.27
2.17

4 51
5.13
6 50
4 95
4.21
495
5 44
8 04
5 33
2 12

4.74
5.J5
6.28
4 86
4.17
4 84
5.51
8 39
5.53
2 14

4.80
5.47
5.71
4 89
4.2!
4 88
5.46
8 88
5.47
2 28

5 01
5.65
5 61
4 95
4.00
4 98
5.50
8 68
5 34
2 31

5 52
5.83
5.56
5 12
4.02
5 12
5.52
8 80
5.15
2 33

5 78
5.98
5.77
5 10
3.86
5 15
5.49
8 72
5.09
2 33

6 27
6.30
6 75
5 29
4.07
5 35
5.82
8 98
5.42
2 34

61. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar, 19941
March 1973 - 100
Year

1994




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

96.5

95 8

94.4

94.4

92.8

91.6

89.1

89.3

88.1

86.7

87.7

89.6

109

62. Foreign exchange rates, 19941
Currency units per U.S. dollar except as noted
Country/currency unit
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Australia/dollar . . . .
Austria/schilling . . . .
Belgium/franc
Canada/dollar
China, P. R. /yuan . .
Denmark/krone . . . .
Finland/markka . . . .
Prance/franc
Germany/deutsche
mark
10 Greece/drachma . . .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

69.608
12.252
36.206
1.3173
8.7219
6.7697
5.7004
5.9207

71.611
12.200
35.768
1 .3424
8.7249
6.7668
5.5930
5.8955

71.087
11.896
34.862
1.3644
8.7241
6.6296
5.5436
5.7647

71.565
11.948
34.979
1.3830
8.7251
6.6642
5.4997
5.8170

72.433
11.651
34.108
1.3808
8.6859
6.4857
5.4194
5.6728

73.291
11.446
33.514
1.3836
8.6836
6.3786
5.4241
5.5597

73.409
1 1 .027
32.315
1.3826
8.6605
6.1581
5.1996
5.3702

74.010
11.010
32.248
1.3783
8.6072
6.1845
5.1493
5.3602

74.200
10.904
31.895
1.3540
8.5581
6.1038
4.9689
5.2975

1 .5674
1.5646
236.92
237.11

1.5491
235.98

1.6909
1 .7355
1 .7426
246.71
250.48
250.29

1 .6984
1 .6565
1.6271
245.41
244.77
249.08

|

Sept.

1

Nov.

Dee.

73.788
10.695
31.284
1.3503
8.5492
5.9479
4.6866
5.2025

75.492
10.838
31.694
1.3647
8.5370
6.0268
4.7388
5.2867

77.389
11.063
32.329
1.3893
8.5119
6.1614
4.8590
5.4132

L5I95
233.06

1.5396
237.38

1.5716
242.96

Oct.

|

1!
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Hong Kong/dollar . .
7.7353
7.7269
7.7262
7.7379
7.7268
7.7309
7.7265
7.7272
7.7275
7.7276
7.7306
7.7251
31.385
India/rupee
31.415
31.375
31.373
31.372
31.373
31.394
31.389
31.449
31.391
31.376
31.440
Ireland/pound 2
143.42
149.54
143.40
147.12
153.36
141.91
152.79
152.22
154.61
158.64
156.39
143.03
Italy/lira
1 ,699.45 1,685.96 1,666.63 1 ,626.07 1,594.56 1,592.22 1,562.31 1,582.15 1 ,565.79 1,548.29 1,583.81 1,633.71
Japan/yen
98.45
103 48
102 53
100.18
1 11 44
105 10
103 75
99 94
98 77
98.35
98 04
106 10
2.7624
2.7171
2.6887
2,5626
Malay.sia/ringgit . . .
2.6169
2.5942
2.7160
2.5633
2.5575
2.5589
2.5604
2.5948
1 .9464
1 .9074
1.7601
Netherlands/guilder .
1.9006
1 .8597
1 .8242
1.7570
1.7372
1.7028
1.7261
1.9516
1.7585
New Zealand/
dollar 2
63.726
56 908
58 347
59 121
60063
56 263
57 093
60 1 19
60 297
60 898
62 093
57 416
7.4885
6.8561
19 Norway/krone
7.5064
7.3419
7.3680
7.0686
6.8560
6.8644
6.7%1
6.6166
6.7297
7.1789
171.15
20 Portugul/eseudo . . . . 176.04
175.15
173.54
168.76
160.98
161.21
174.00
159.80
157.91
155.26
157.27
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
2H
29
30

Singapore/dollar . . .
South Africa/rand . .
South Korea/ won . .
Spain/peseta . . .
Sri Lanka/rupee . . . .
Sweden/krona . .
Swit/erland/franc . .
Taiwan/dollar
Thailand/baht
United Kingdom/
pound ,

MHMO
31 United States/
dollar* . .

110



1.5310
3.6318
809.86
134 23
49.232
7 7968
1.3727
27.018
25.137

1.5137
3.6705
808.39
129.31
49.010
7.7471
1.3239
26.658
24.977

1.5045
3.5968
806.83
129.90
49.241
7.7420
1.3184
26.419
25.021

1.4885
1.4761
3.5570
3.5420
803.69
801.98
128 60
126.34
49.260
49.112
7 5227
7.2631
1.2892
1.2648
26.210
26.132
24.968
25.001

1.4682
3.5256
799.46
128.34
49.163
7.3637
1.2956
26,188
24.992

1 .4657
3.5614
794.81
132.31
49.531
7.5161
1.3289
26.381
25.109

15042

152 62

15467

154 22

156 61

160 64

158 92

155.87

92 79

91 60

89 06

89 26

8H 08

86 66

87 7 1

89.64

1.6037
3.4107
813.55
141 04
49.460
8 1 185
1.4716
26.495
25.543

1.5873
3.4520
812.24
141.08
49.113
7.9869
1.4565
26.440
25.382

1.5819
3.4586
810.69
138 78
48.931
7.9156
1.4292
26.414
25.325

1.5464
1.5628
3.6346
3.5789
811.71
809.79
136.62
138 14
48.925
49.067
7 8850
7 7181
1.4383
1.4125
26.792
26.389
25.212
25.268

149 23

147 92

149 19

148 23

96 54

95 79

94 35

94 39

63* Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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
rate3

February 4-8, J993
ALL BANKS
.

7,333,453

6,403

*

4.00

.31

7.1

62.3

6.5

Other

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
...
4 Floating rate

7,208,352
5,748,916
1,459,436

962
1,907
326

17
17
17

4.26
4.14
4.74

.21
.27
.30

27.0
20.7
52.1

73.3
71.5
80.3

7.7
7.1
10.0

Other
Other
Prime

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

7,708,198
3,065,070
4,643,128

134
140
130

150
115
172

5.61
4.89
6.08

.17
.27
.21

55.1
42.6
63.3

83.1
76.3
87.6

5.4
1.6
7.8

Prime
Foreign
Prime

14,812,682
4,065,252
10,747,430

288
893
230

*
*
*

5.45
4.17
5.93

.18
.29
.16

63.2
23.9
78.0

66.9
67.8
66.5

3.2
3.5
3.1

Prime
Domestic
Prime

37,062,685

315

58

4.96

.17

43.4

70.6

5.2

Prime

20,212,580
340,754
332,915
380,453
3,661,346
3,952,169
11,544,942

661
13
190
645
2,312
6,895
18,611

28
178
87
61
31
27
21

4.21
8.55
6.42
5.05
4.46
4.21
3.91

.28
.30
.25
.14
.08
.09
.14

19.7
72.6
58.1
47.8
24.9
16.4
15.6

68.1
36.0
62.2
70.6
75.3
70.5
66.1

5.3
1.0
6.6
8.7
7.1
6.6
4.3

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Domestic
Other

16,850,105
1,637,783
2,908,943
1,478,180
3,941,630
1,598,608
5,284,961

194
24
196
676
1,973
6,715
22,473

135
159
160
140
154
128
84

5.87
7.47
6.92
6.81
6.11
5.22
4.55

.19
.04
.06
.11
.13
.39
.39

71.7
83.7
75.5
73.4
60.1
52.5
79.9

73.5
83.4
89.1
89.7
88.0
74.2
46.4

5.0
1.7
6.5
7.5
6.1
6.4
3.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

5,084,920

193

44

6.39

.17

64.4

71.9

8.2

Prime

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

1,535,976
203,572
185,956
72,000
1,074,448

125
19
168
661
4,138

47
37
50
61
47

6.43
8.98
8.11
7.07
5.62

.28
.17
.09
.45
.49

66.9
93.6
93.6
75.8
56.7

62.8
19,1
33.0
49.0
77.1

3.5
.1
3.2
5.9
4.0

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Other

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

3,548,944
243,643
649,402
423,608
2,232,291

251
25
203
655
3,810

43
43
40
61
41

6.38
8.13
7.30
6.88
5.82

.19
.20
.11
.14
.18

63.3
88.6
75.6
78.8
54.0

75.8
53.4
69.2
72.7
80.7

10.3
2.5
7.5
7.6
12.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight6

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 5 000-9 999
18
10,000 or more

..

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

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime ratey

Nominal**

LOANS MADK BBLOW PRIME'"

4 1 Total short-term
42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

....

7,182,902
6,668,304

7,338
3,692

*
16

3.95
4.03

3.87
3.96

5.7
23.0

61.5
73.3

6.6
7.3

6.00
6.00

4,260,301
7,424,771

625
3,142

127
#

4.32
3.93

4.25
3.90

37.6
50.0

86.2
46.0

4.8
2.3

6.09
6.01

25,536,279

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

2,134

36

4.03

3.96

28.4

64,2

5.3

6.02

19,077,751
6,458,527

2,833
1,234

26
97

4.03
4.02

3.96
3.96

17.0
62.2

68.3
52.1

5.5
4.5

6.01
6.04

Months
44 Total long-term

.

1,751,703

564

47

4.59

4.53

42.9

81.9

4.9

6.18

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

.

710,075
1,041,628

462
665

42
51

4.36
4.74

4.32
4.68

34.9
48.4

75.5
86.3

6.5
3.8

6.14
6.20




111

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94*—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Louns
secured
by
collateral
(pet cent )

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate*

February 4=8, 1993
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight 6 .

5,687,616

6,871

4.07

.23

8.4

59.7

8.4

Other

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

5,539,17!
4,425,045
1,114,126

3,657
5,202
1,678

16
16
15

4.19
4.15
435

.17
.19
.27

28.3
22=0
53,4

74.6
71.7
H6.2

6.2
5.6

a. 7

Other
Other
Dome»

5 More than one month and less than one
veur
..
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

3,903,111
1,705,179
2,197,931

718
2,159
473

133
98
160

4.99
4.57
5.32

,16
.25
,19

493
44.1
53.4

87 .0
81.3
91.4

63
1.8
9.7

Prime
Foreig
Prime

8 Demand 7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

10,129,189
2,697,875
7,431,315

557
2,520
434

$

5.17
4.06
5.57

.15
,20
.17

64.4
27.5
77.8

61.0
71.1
57.4

1.4
2
L9

Prime
Dome;
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

25,259,087

972

40

4.68

.14

41.6

67.7

4.8

Other

4.15
6.89
5.58
4.90
4.57
4.31
3.96

.18
.25
.19
.16
.09
.08
.15

20.3
62.7
55.2
36.3
28.1
21.1
17.1

68.0
56.1
73.0
85.4
71.2
69.6
663

5.2
1.6
5.7
6,5
5.7
8.8
4.0

Other
Prime
Other
Other
Other
Dome;
Other

5.39
7.28
6.B8
6.51
5.96
5.24
4.51

.19
.08
.05
.07
.25
.43
.40

70.3
82.5
73.8
63.2
52.7
59.9
79.1

67.3
92=0
92.4
87.8
87.8
75.9
45.6

4.2
1.4
3.7
7.1
5.8
4.2
3.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed fun<

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100 499
15 500 999
, ..
16
1,0004,999
17 5,000-9,999
IB
10 000 or more

14,515,715
20,610
127,135
201,891
2,350,321
2,732,307
9,083,451

4,102
25
235
680
2,336
6,852
18,767

21
122
70
40
23
26
17

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

10,743,372
442,304
1,250,966
699,827
2,107,228
1,181,29!
5,061,755

479
32
207
670
2,043
6,855
22,624

in

146
149
152
138
104
80

Months
2,594,125

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
13 1-99
34 100=499
....
35 500-999
36
1 ,000 or more

693

42

5.94

.18

51.4

79.1

12.5

Prime

487,750
14,967
31,727
34,878
406,178

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

611
30
193
699
4,35 1

43
45
48
62
41

5.38
9.15
7.58
7.37
4.89

.34
.34
.35
.55
.73

43.7
94.3
78.2
75.8
36.4

77.1
18.5
62.2
553
823

9.4
1.1
4.8
4.1
10.6

Foreign
Other
Other
Other
Foreign

2,106,375
41,176
247,669
205,143
1,612,387

715
35
234
659
4,097

42
38
36
35
44

6.07
7.17
6.98
6.52
5.85

.12
.09
.07
.10
.29

53.2
87.2
77.4
66.9
46.9

79.6
74.1
82.4
78.7
79.4

13.2
7.8
11.5
13.1
13.6

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime ratey

Nominal M

LOANS MADE BHLOW PRIME'"
5,553,632
5,238356

7,646
5,594

*
15

4.02
4.05

3.94
3.98

6.9
25.5

58.7
74.8

8.6
5.4

6.00
6.00

2,749,683
5,785,713

4,170
4,79!

114
*

4.22
3.86

4.16
3.82

38.9
58.4

87.7
41.7

6.6
.1

6.00
6.00

41 Total short-term . .

19,327,884

5,475

29

4.01

3.94

31.9

62.1

4.9

6.00

42 Fixed rate
41 Floating rate

13,917,405
5,410,480

5,694
4,982

20
82

4.06
3.89

3.99
3.83

18.7
65.9

673
48.8

5.3
3.8

6.00
6.00

37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

...

Months
1,067,660

44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

112



...

2,852

46

4.42

4.36

33.3

89.5

7.5

6.00

331,358
736,303

2,916
2,824

36
50

4.15
4.54

4.10
4.47

233
37.8

H6.4
90.9

13.0
5.0

6.00
6.00

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94*—Continued
Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate-"5

February 4-8, 1993
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight 6

1,645,837

5,185

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

1,669,181
1,323,871
345,310

279
612
90

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

3,805,087
1,359,890
2,445,197

73
64
79

4,683,492
1,367,378
3,316,115

141
392
112

11,803,598

129

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

5,696,864
320,145
205,780
178,562
1,311,025
1,219,862
2,461,491

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1=99
21
100-499

6,106,733
1,195,478
1,657,977

22
23
24

500-999
1,000-4,999
5,000-9,999

778,353
1,834,401
417,317

25

10,000 or more

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short-term

223,207

3.74

.53

2.6

71.2

.0

Fed funds

20
19
21

4.49
4.09
6.01

.26
.37
.32

22.9
16.4
47.9

68.8
70.8
61,1

12.6
12.2
14.1

Fed funds
Fed funds
Prime

167
137
183

6.24
5.30
6.77

.19
.31
.17

60.9
40.7
72.2

79.1
70.0
84.1

4,4
1.3
6.2

Prime
Other
Prime

6.05
4.37
6.74

.22
.38
.14

60.5
16.7
78.6

79.6
61.3
87.1

7.1
9.9
5.9

Prime
Other
Prime

94

5.57

.20

47.3

76,7

6.0

Prime

211
13
170
609
2,271
6,995
18,059

50
180
95
84
45
31
36

4.34
8.66
6.94
5.21
4.25
4.00
3.73

.32
.31
.35
.21
.12
.13
.11

18.3
73.3
59.8
60.8
19.1
6.0
10.2

68.4
34.7
55.5
53.8
82.7
72.3
65.5

5.6
1.0
7.1
11.1
9.6
1.6
5.4

Fed funds
Other
Other
Prime
Other
Fed funds
Fed funds

95
22
189
681
1,898
6,348
19,525

163
161
164
133
173
175
182

6.71
7.55
6.94
7.07
6.29
5.16
5.52

.17
.02
.08
.15
.15
.26
.40

74.3
84.1
76.8
82.5
68.7
31.6
100.0

84.4
80.2
86.7
91.4
88.1
69.3
64.2

6.5
1.8
8.6
8.0
6.4
12.8
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Months
26 Total long-term

2,490,795

110

46

6.86

.18

77.9

64.3

3.8

Prime

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

1,048,226
188,605
154,229
37,122
668,270

92
18
164
630
4,018

48
36
51
59
50

6.93
8.96
8.22
6.80
6.06

.29
.18
.13
.59
.44

77.7
93.6
96.8
75.8
69.0

56.1
19.1
26.9
43.1
74.0

.7
,0
2.9
7.5
.0

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Other

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

1,442,568
202,467
401,732
218,465
619,904

129
24
187
651
3,223

45
44
42
85
33

6.82
8.32
7.49
7.21
5.75

.21
.20
.16
.34
.27

78.1
88.9
74.5
90.0
72.6

70.2
49.2
61.1
67.1
84.0

6.0
1.4
5.0
2.5
9.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate9

Nominal 8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

1,629,270
1,429,448

6,454
1,644

20

3.71
3.95

3.64
3.88

14.2

70.9
68.0

.0
14.3

6.00
6.01

1,510,618
1,639,057

245
1,418

151
*

4.51
4.17

4.43
4.17

35.2
20.3

83.5
61.0

1.6
10.0

6.24
6.02

41 Total short-term

6,208,394

736

57

4.08

4.03

17.6

70.7

6.4

6.07

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate . . .

5,160,347
1,048,047

1,203
253

41
144

3.95
4.71

3.90
4.64

12.5
43.1

70.9
69,4

6.0
8.0

6.03
6.24

1.6

Months
44 Total long-term

684,043

251

49

4.85

4.81

58.0

70.0

.8

6.46

45 Fixed rate . . . .
46 Floating rate . . .

378,718
305,325

266
234

46
53

4.54
5.22

4.52
5.18

45.0
74.1

66.0
75.1

.7

6.27
6.69




113

63, Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Weighted
average
maturity 2

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

5.6

58.7

8.7
4.9
1.5
10.8

Domestic
Domest ic
Domestic

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 6- 10, 1993

AI.I. BANKS
10,571,692

7,016

*

3.60

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate
.. .

6,297,716
3,982,450
2,315,266

693
1,344
378

16
14
20

4.20
3.86
4.78

.20
.31
.25

27.0
19.1
40.5

73.0
71.0
76.6

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

7,822,538
3,005,914
4,816,624

138
136
139

141
98
168

5.59
5.18
5.85

.18
.27
.22

57.5
55. H
58.5

76.7
72.0
79.7

13,3
12.1
14.0

Prime
Other
Prime

17,020,686
2,168,128
14,852,558

328
540
311

*
*
*

5.43
4.12
5.62

.18
.29
.15

63,7
16.2
70,6

65.2
77.5
63.4

5.0
1,7
5.5

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

41,712,632

350

49

4.81

.18

42.2

66.9

7.5

Prime

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

19,728,184
356,468
449,505
341,213
3,596,442
3,586,278
11,398,278

644
14
200
691
2,225
6,796
19,045

21
177
148
62
35
15
9

3.95
8.42
6.71
4.79
4.30
3.81
3.61

.29
.37
.16
.16
.06
.04
.22

17.1
80 2
68.8
42.4
23.8
14.3
11.2

65.3
27.3
53.2
80.7
76.6
66.1
62.7

7.0
1.1
7.6
6.1
5.5
8.5
7.2

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Domestic
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

21,984,448
1,623,234
3,180,002
1,657,858
4,558,888
2,166,099
8,798,366

248
24
201
654
2,061
6,704
24,757

120
169
' 187
187
147
70
63

5.58
7.53
6.96
6.54
6.04
5.31
4.39

.18
.05
.07
.05
.14
.25
.29

64.8
84.6
78.6
69.4
58.9
44.3
63.3

68.3
84.5
88.3
88.8
84.7
81.2
42.6

7,9
2.8
4.9
7.8
8.7
7.0
9.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

1 Overnight**

H Demand 7
9 Fixed rate . .
10 Floating rate

.

.

.25

Other

Months
3,721,816

158

42

6.31

.18

65.0

75.7

7.0

Prime

21 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
2K
1 99
29
100 499
30 500-999
3 ! 1 ,000 or more .

1,217,202
177,591
111,285
96,308
832,018

105
17
211
637
4,409

48
42
59
59
46

6.00
8.76
7.84
8.51
4.88

.32
.13
.20
.51
.50

50.8
94.4
85.8
91.6
32.1

58.6
13.6
30.9
23.9
75.9

2.3
.0
1.8
2.0
2.9

Other
Other
Other
Oiher
Other

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

2,504,614
210,797
541,694
323,827
1,428,297

210
25
223
658
3,012

39
42
39
44
38

6.45
7.81
7.07
6.75
5.95

.16
.16
.07
.19
.17

71.9
90.1
85.1
74.8
63.6

84.0
61.2
71.4
77.3
93.6

9.3
3.5
4.3
7.2
12.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

26 Total long-term .

..

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate''

Nominal 8

LOANS MADH UKUOW PRIMK'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

10,426,016
5,678,662

8,324
3,461

*
15

3.56
3.87

3.50
3.80

4.8
21.7

58.1
71.7

8,7
44

6.00
6.03

4,227,213
8,424,385

485
2,930

99
*

4.29
3.89

4.22
3.85

42.1
53.4

76.3
43.2

18.7
3.4

6.14
6.01

41 Total short-term

28,756,275

1,985

25

3.83

3.77

27.9

59.1

7.8

6,03

42 Fixed rate
41 Flout inu rate

18,626,546
10,129,730

2,716
1,328

15
71

3.73
3.99

3.67
3.94

I3.H
53.7

65.3
47.7

6.9
9.5

6.01
6.06

.,

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

114



1,349,800

621

41

4.53

4,51

37.7

77.5

5.3

6.26

734,426
615,373

594
656

40
43

4.52
4.55

4.49
4.52

24.5
53.5

69.2
87.5

1.6
9.7

6.25
6,28

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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
rates

May 6- 10, 1993

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight 6

7,474,303

7,705

*

3.64

.18

7.0

45.3

11.6

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

4,661,541
3,291,741
1,369,801

2,876
4,753
1,475

14
14
16

3.98
3.79
4.44

.17
.22
.25

21.4
18.8
27.8

82.2
75.6
97.9

.9
1.1
.3

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic

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

4,265,789
1,889,512
2,376,277

893
2,165
608

110
63
147

4.99
4.62
5.29

.14
,16
.19

54.0
53.2
54.7

89.1
86.9
90.9

14.4
15.0
13.9

Foreign
Domestic
Prime

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

11,630,776
863,649
10,767,127

670
1,046
651

*
*
*

5.11
4.11
5.19

.19
.32
.17

64.3
19.6
67.9

57.4
92.5
54.6

4.2
2.2
4.3

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 1 Total short-term . . .

28,032,410

1,133

33

4.51

.15

40.3

63.1

7.2

Fed funds

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

13,519,206
20,774
122,078
226,897
2,311,063
2,357,543
8,480,851

4,022
26
257
698
2,372
6,591
19,894

14
112
38
55
26
12
10

3.85
7.13
5.50
4.90
4.31
3.86
3.66

.20
.48
.17
.27
,!5
.06
.32

17.1
61.3
46.4
48.2
24.9
18.3
13.3

61.5
52.2
77.5
86.3
78.1
62.1
56.0

8.9
.0
5.1
3.7
5.4
11.7
9.3

Other
Prime
Prime
Domestic
Domestic
Other
Other

14,513,204
404,644
1,201,936
780,005
2,523,181
1,708,602
7,894,836

679
32
208
653
2,111
6,784
24,638

99
158
151
149
131
82
72

5.14
7.33
6.88
6.37
5.70
5.17
4.45

.17
.08
.05
.09
.24
.33
.38

62.0
82.0
74.7
60.5
47 .4
46.6
67.1

64.6
91.6
91.3
90.3
85.2
83.0
46.1

5.5
1.5
3.0
6.4
6.6
6.2
5.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
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 . . .
....

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
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
1-99
34
i 00-499
35
500-999
36
1 ,000 or more

11.5

1,764,853

525

37

6.02

.16

59.6

90.5

303,895
6,328
22,103
21,985
253,479

729
27
241
690
4,076

37
53
47
54
35

5.29
8.30
6.76
6.98
4.94

.31
.38
.29
.49
.23

58.4
90.3
74.1
77.2
54.6

84.2
36.2
58.2
64.0
89.4

6.8
.9
7.1
8.7
6.7

1 ,460,958
38,599
237,374
192,143
992,842

496
29
230
665
3,226

37
31
36
35
38

6.18
6.99
6.91
6.57
5.90

.12
.14
.09
.16
.22

59.8
88.1
77.7
65.3
53.4

91.9
85.6
86.3
88.3
94.1

12.5
4.8
7.0
8.9
14.8

Prime
Fed funds
Other
Other
Domestic
Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective'

Prime ratey

Nominal"

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
7,335,324
4,459,576

8,885
6,256

*
14

3.59
3.85

3.53
3.78

5.9
19.8

44.3
82.0

11.8
.8

6.00
6.00

2,848,593
6,780,178

3,124
5,098

86
*

4.17
3.84

4.10
3.80

45.8
62.3

90.8
37.8

17.0
3.7

6.00
6.00

41 Total short-term

21,423,672

5,667

22

3.80

3.74

32.0

56.2

7,6

6.00

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

13,034,479
8,389,193

5,607
5,764

13
66

3.74
3.90

3.68
3.85

15.5
57.6

60.4
49.9

8.7
5.9

6.00
6.00

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

Months
44 Total long-term

598,564

2,402

37

4.14

4.10

40.6

96.6

11.6

6.00

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate .

197,385
401,179

2,901
2,214

32
39

4.25
4.09

4.21
4.05

51.2
35.4

96.6
96.7

5.9
14.4

6.00
6.00




115

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

UKUIS
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate*

May 6-10, 1993

OTHHR BANKS
1 Overnight 6

3,097,389

5,772

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

1,636,175
690,709
945,466

219
304
182

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6
Fixed ratj
7
Floating rate

3,556,749
1,116,402
2,440,347

68
52
80

5,389,910
1,304,479
4,085,431

156
409
131

8 Demand 7
9
Fixed rate
10
Floating rate

3.50

.38

2.3

90.9

21
17
25

4.82
4.21
5.26

.24
.36
.27

42.H
20.6
59,0

47.1
49. t
45.6

16.5
3.6
25.9

Foreign
Other"
Foreign

180
158
189

6.31
6.13
6.40

.20
.32
.22

63,6
60.2
62=2

61.9
46.7
68.8

7.2
14.0

Prime
Other
Prime

6.13
4.13
6.77

.21
.36
.14

62.2
14.0
77.7

81.9
67.6
86.4

6.9
1.4
8.7

Prime
Other
Prime

1.5

Fed funds

13,680,222

145

82

5.42

.20

46.2

74.6

8.1

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

6,208,978
335,694
327,427
114,316
1,285,379
1,228,735
2,917,427

228
14
184

39
179
184
76
52
22

4.18
8.50
7.16
4.56
4.29
3.70
3.49

.32
.41
.17
.19
.16
.09
.12

17.2
81.4

2.8
1.1
8.5

30.9
21.7

10.6

6.6
5.0

73.4
25.7
44.1
69.6
73.8
73.5
82.1

Other
Other
Other
Other
Fed funds
Fed funds
Fed funds

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100=499

7,471,244
1,218,591
1,978,066

143

22
23
24

500-999
1,000-4,999
5,000=9,999

877,854
2,035,707
457,497

25

10,000 or more

6.46
7.59
7.00
6.69
6.45
5.83
3.84

.19
.06
.14
.08
.14
.29
.21

70.2
85.5
81.0
77.3
73.2
35.5
30.3

75.5
82.1
86.4
87.6
84.2
74.5
11.9

12.6
3.2
6.0
9.1
11.3
10.0
47,5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign

11 Total short-term

611

2,002
7,227
16,942

77.1

5.6
2.5
.8

903,530

Ml
22
197
655
2,001
6,421
25,847

1,956,964

97

46

6.56

.21

69.9

62.2

2.9

Prime

913,30H
171,263
89,182
74,323
578,539

82
16
205
623
4,573

51
42
62
61
51

6.24
8.78
8.11
8.96
4.85

.40
.14
.23
1.17
.59

4B.3
94.6
88.7
95.9

50.0
12.8
24.1
12.0
69.9

.8
.0
.5
.0
1.2

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

1,043,656
172,198
304,320
131,684
435,454

116
24
218
650
2,616

42
44
41
57
37

6.84
8.00
7.21
7.03
6.06

.17
.15
.10
.25
.21

88.8
90.5
90.9
88.8
S6.7

72.9
55.7
59.7
61.3
92.5

4.7
3.2
2.1
4.7
7.1

Prime
Pi i me
Prime
Prime
Prime

170

198
209
171
38
44

Months
26 Total long-term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
I-99
29
100-499
30 500-999
31
1,000 or more
32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
I-99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1,000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate*'

Nominal"

LOANS MADK HKLOW PRIMK'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

3,090,692
1,219,086

7,239
1,314

2!

3.49
3.95

3.43
3.88

2.3
29.0

90.9
34.1

1.4
17.6

6.00
6.14

1,378,620
1,644,206

111
1,064

124

4.53
4.07

4.46
4.06

34.5
16.4

46.5
65.7

22.2
2.5

6.44
6.06

41 Total short-term

7,332,604

685

35

3.89

3.84

15.9

67.5

8.2

6.12

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

5,592,067
1,740,537

1,233
282

22
79

3.72
4.44

3.67
4.38

10.0
35,0

76.9
37.0

2.5
26.5

6.05
6.34

44 Total long-term

751,236

390

45

4.84

4.83

35.5

62.3

6.47

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

537,041
214,195

460
283

43
50

4.62
5.41

4.60
5.40

14.7

87.5

59.1
70.2

6.35
6.79

Months

116



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued
Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate3

August 5-9, 1993
ALL BANKS
1 Overnight 6

11,244,154

6,470

:):

3.92

.23

9.1

57.4

4.4

Fed funds

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

6,053,999
4,152,773
1,901,226

883
1,336
507

16
14
21

4.16
4.02
4.47

.24
.38
.27

16.6
11.9
26.8

77.1
76.6
78.0

7.0
8.3
4.2

Other
Other
Foreign

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

9,588,428
3,600,264
5,988,165

186
172
196

148
104
175

5.14
4.53
5.51

.18
.29
.20

50.4
44,2
54,2

84.9
75.9
90.3

8.7
13.1
6.1

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

16,020,261
5,145,781
10,874,479

336
1,136
252

*
*
*

5.23
4.12
5.75

.17
.27
.18

58.6
23.1
75.5

67.6
74.7
64.2

5.9
2.8
7.4

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 1 Total short-term . . . .

42,906,843

399

57

4.72

.18

37.9

70.1

6.3

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
1 3 1 =99
14
100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more

24,142,972
358,288
384,688
393,659
4,102,560
4,281,822
14,621,956

796
14
211
697
2,321
6,765
21,809

23
138
95
73
37
27
13

4.07
8.67
6.05
5.02
4.36
4.06
3.80

.29
.22
.16
.19
.17
.04
.04

17.8
76.7
65.4
48.8
32.1
16.1
10.8

67.2
39.9
56.1
80.9
75,7
64.0
66.3

6.1
3.3
4.9
9.0
5.5
5.8
6.3

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
1 00-499
22 500-999
23
1 000-4 999
24 5,000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

18,763,870
1,461,074
2,915,020
1,354,853
4,157,783
1,894,871
6,980,268

243
25
199
671
2,071
6,834
23,003

138
194
192
197
163
101
98

5.55
7.43
6.93
6.60
6.19
5.15
4.10

.20
.05
.02
.05
.14
.33
.22

63.7
82.5
78.1
64.8
64.4
43.4
58.7

73.9
85.3
91.1
86.7
83.7
77.9
55.0

6.6
1.9
4.2
6.1
15.6
5.3
3.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

5,213,501

230

44

6.09

.16

65.5

77.7

4.2

Prime

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

1,238,849
156,902
146,672
107,750
827,524

108
15
216
625
3,992

52
47
45
29
58

6.21
8.59
7.36
7.76
5.36

.29
.16
.21
.48
.34

66.1
88.0
91.9
92.2
54.1

64.7
24.7
33.0
81.0
75.7

5.4
.0
1.8
1.2
7.5

Other
Other
Other
Other
Foreign

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
33
1-99
34
i 00-499
35 500-999
36 1 ,000 or more . . . .

3,974,652
201,865
523,492
327,081
2,922,215

356
27
212
677
4,500

41
41
38
38
42

6.06
7.64
7.00
6.67
5.71

.15
.11
.10
.14
.29

65.3
87.3
79.3
71.9
60.6

81.7
65.5
72.9
84.2
84.1

3.8
2.0
4.8
9.7
3.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Pome rate9

Nominal1*

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME"'
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

10,893,759
5,505,331

8,874
3,255

*
15

3.82
3.87

3.75
3.80

8.2
12.0

56.2
76.5

4.6
7.5

6.00
6.00

6,165,976
9,298,303

964
3,317

115
*

4.08
3.95

4.02
3.92

39.3
46.5

86.9
53.7

11.4
1.6

6.08
6.01

41 Total short-term

31,863,369

2,630

36

3.92

3.86

26.0

64.9

5.5

6.02

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

22,782,438
9,080,931

3,548
1,595

21
95

3.87
4.04

3.81
3.98

15.2
53.2

66.9
60.0

6.2
3.9

6.01
6.03

44 Total long-term . . . .

1,893,922

846

47

4.43

4.38

47.1

92,6

3.3

6.09

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

613,509
1,280,413

389
1,937

57
42

4.40
4.45

4.38
4,39

45.5
47.8

87.5
95.1

.6
4.6

6.16
6.05

Months




117

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans., 1993-94'—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective1

Standard
error4

Ixmns
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate51

August 5-9, 1993
LARCH; BANKS
1 Overnightft

8,055,359

7,334

*

4.01

.15

10. 1

53.9

6.1

Other

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
....
....
4 Flouting rate

4,348,306
3,264,440
1,083,866

4,290
6,201
2,225

13
12
18

3.98
3.89
4.27

.19
.27
.23

11.5
11.0
13.0

88.9
85.5
99.0

7.8
9.0
4.3

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

5,489,991
2,349,909
3,140,082

1,070
2,540
747

135
87
171

4.76
4.23
5.16

.15
.22
.19

38.6
32.7
42.9

88.2
83.1
92.1

M.8
16.5
8.3

Foreign
Other
Prime

8 Demand 7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

11,158,545
3,870,833
7,287,713

669
3,283
470

#
*
*

4.86
4.01
5.30

.15
.19
.19

56.8
22.1
75.2

60.6
74.6
53.1

2.1
1.9
2.3

1 1 Total short-term

29,052,202

1,214

45

4.47

.14

33.6

68.2

5.9

Fed funds

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

17,540,541
21,286
146,453
231,959
2,544,584
2,908,195
11,688,064

4,704
27
256
691
2,368
6,710
22,595

18
95
45
59
33
24
13

4.02
6.82
5.48
5.18
4.53
4.14
3.83

.17
.20
.23
.27
.12
.02
.07

15.9
74.H
53.2
56.4
28.5
16.8
11.6

68.3
56.8
74.2
89.5
82.8
66.4
65.1

7.1
1.2
4.2
6.9
5.2
7.1
7.6

Other
Prime
Prime
Domestic
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

11,511,661
385,306
1,127,136
712,413
2,166,188
1,465,045
5,655,572

570
32
201
671
2,097
6,969
23,045

131
181
185
172
177
106
104

5.17
7.34
6.90
6.56
6.18
5.36
4.06

.19
.08
.07
.07
.14
.30
.08

60.6
80.6
73.1
60.6
54.9
46.6
62.5

68.1
90.3
92.5
89.1
86.6
81. B
48.4

4.1
.8
2.7
5.0
4.8
5.9
3.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

Prime
Domestic
Prime

Months
26 Total long-term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99 .
..
....
29
HXM99
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

3,309,611

748

44

5.92

.13

57.5

85,6

5.3

Prime

631,692
10,851
38,625
24,905
557,311

950
31
230
648
4,914

69
48
69
45
71

5.43
7.77
7.14
6.82
5.20

.26
.13
.26
.76
.37

61.2
85.7
81.7
79.8
58.5

81.5
28.3
47.0
55.7
86.1

10.3
.0
6.7
.0
11.2

Foreign
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign

2,677,919
55,978
255,403
212,995
2,153,543

712
30
237
673
4,600

38
30
35
32
39

6.04
6.91
6.85
6.59
5.87

.10
.13
.06
.10
.25

56.7
81.5
75.6
67.6
52.7

86.6
76.9
82.3
88.9
87.1

4.1
4.2
8.0
8.0
3.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate"

Nominal 11

LOANS MA mi BHUOW PRIME'"
7,707,442
4,077,456

9,648
7,096

*
12

3.88
3.81

3.80
3.74

8.7
8.5

52.0
88.4

6.4
8.3

6.00
6.00

4,050,350
7,715,794

4,147
5,918

110
*

4.07
3.90

4.00
3.86

31.6
51.7

89.0
48.2

14.5
1.2

6.00
6.00

4 1 Total short-term

23,551,042

6,446

32

3.91

3.85

26.7

63.4

6.4

6.00

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

16,759,068
6,791,974

6,587
6,122

18
100

3.89
3.95

3.83
3.89

14.2
57.6

67.0
54.7

7.4
4.0

6.00
6.00

37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
yeur . . .
.
....
40 Demand 7

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

118



1,169,105
381,125
787,980

3,113

48

4.39

4.33

37.4

95.1

3.8

6.00

3,116
3,112

73
36

4.15
4.51

4.12
4.44

53.0
29.9

95.1
95.1

.7
5.3

6.00
6.00

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of

Weighted
average
maturity 2

-Jj-Jl'irc^

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, 1993
OTHER BANKS
.

3,188,796

4,985

*

3.68

.30

6.8

66.2

.2

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) ..
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate . . . .

1,705,693
888,332
817,361

292
344
250

24
22
26

4.62
4.52
4.73

.28
.45
.30

29.5
15.2
45.1

47.0
44.1
50.0

4.9
5.7
4.1

Foreign
Other
Foreign

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

4,098,437
1,250,354
2,848,083

88
62
108

166
135
180

5.66
5.08
5.91

.20
.34
.22

66.3
65.8
66.5

80.4
62.4
88.2

4.6
6.9
3.6

Prime
Other
Prime

4,861,715
1 ,274,949
3,586,766

157
381
130

*
*
*

6.09
4.45
6.67

.20
.36
.16

62.9
26.1
75.9

83.7
75.0
86.8

14.5
5.6
17.7

Prime
Other
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight*

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

....

•

....

" . . .

Fed funds

13,854,641

165

81

5.23

.20

46.9

74.2

7.1

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4999
17
5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more . . .

6,602,431
337,002
238,235
161,700
1,557,976
1,373,627
2,933,892

248
14
191
707
2,249
6,884
19,154

36
139
122
90
43
36
12

4.21
8.79
6.40
4.79
4.07
3.89
3.69

.32
.27
.31
.21
.24
.14
.06

22.8
76.8
72.9
37.9
37.9
14.8
7.5

64.2
38.8
45.0
68.6
64.2
59.0
70.9

3.3
3.4
5.4
J2.0
6.0
3.0
1.3

Fed funds
Other
Other
Other
Other
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

7,252,210
1,075,769
1,787,884
642,440
1,991,595
429,826
1,324,695

127
23
197
671
2,043
6,413
22,825

146
196
194
. 214
140
92
84

6.15
7.47
6.96
6.65
6.19
4.42
4.27

.21
.05
.04
.17
.23
.50
.57

68.8
83.2
81.3
69.4
74.8
32.8
42.4

83.2
83.5
90.3
84.2
80.7
64.4
82.9

10.6
2.2
5.2
7.3
27.4
3.4
3.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign
Foreign

1 1 Total short-term .

Months
1,903,890

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

105

43

6,39

.18

79.4

63.9

2.3

Prime

607,157
146,052
108,048
82,845
270,213

26 Total long-term

56
15
211
618
2,878

35
47
37
24
30

7.03
8.65
7.44
8.04
5.67

.29
.17
.27
.55
.69

71.3
88.1
95.6
95.9
44.9

47.1
24.5
28.0
88.7
54.3

.2
.0
.0
J.6
.0

Other
Other
Other
Other
Other

1,296,733
145,887
268,088
1 14,086
768,672

175
26
193
687
4,243

47
45
40
50
50

6.09
7.92
7.14
6.81
5.28

.21
.21
.14
.22
.42

83.2
89.6
82.8
79.9
82.6

71.7
61.2
63.9
75.3
75.9

3.2
1.2
1.6
12.7
2.8

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign
Prime rate9

Nominal*

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight**
. . ..
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

3,186,317
1,427,875

7,432
1,279

*
23

3.68
4.06

3.61
3.98

6.8
22.1

66.2
42.4

.2
5.4

6.00
6.01

2,115,626
1,582,509

391
1,055

123
*

4.12
4.19

4.05
4.18

54.0
20.8

83.0
80.4

5.5
3.5

6.22
6.08

41 Total short-term . . .

8,312,327

982

44

3.95

3.89

24.1

69.1

3.1

6.07

6,023,370
2,288,957

1,553
499

28
87

3.81
4.31

3.76
4.25

18.0
40.1

66.5
75.9

2.9
3.6

6.05
6.13

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

*

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




724,817

...
. . .

389

45

4.50

4.47

62.6

88.7

2.5

6,23

232,384
492,433

160
1,208

31
51

4.82
4.35

4.81
4.30

33.2
76.5

75J
95.1

.6
3.4

6.43
6.14

119

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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, 1993
ALL BANKS
12,873,029

6,746

*

3.81

.24

8.7

56.0

4.2

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Routing rate
..

7,491,182
5,294,360
2,196,823

1,130
1,554
682

20
19
21

4.38
4.13
4.98

.21
.32
.26

24.0
24.2
23.6

76.0
79.4
68.0

10.6
13,3
4.3

Foreign
Other
Foreign

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

9,263,009
3,909,356
5,353,653

188
191
186

155
131
172

5.24
4.44
5.83

.17
.25
.24

51.7
46.9
55.2

80.4
81.8
79.4

5.1
5.8
4.7

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

13,997,113
2,753,384
11,243,730

290
519
261

*
*
«

5.36
4.18
5.65

.18
.30
.17

67.9
24.5
78.5

65.4
82.6
61.2

3.0
.2
3^6

Prime
Domestic
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

43,624,333

411

54

4.71

.17

39.5

67.6

S.I

Fed funds

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
1 00-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10 000 or more .

24,829,520
327,483
409,954
405,360
3,723,401
3,920,807
16,042,515

798
13
213
692
2,373
6,621
19,981

29
135
76
43
33
25
25

4.02
8.28
6.46
5.18
4.49
4.11
3.71

.27
.33
.22
.17
.13
.08
.05

19.8
76.5
61.7
49.4
28.9
18.6
14.9

68.0
49.1
48.1
83.6
70.3
74.2
66.5

5.9
1.8
3.2
2.6
7.7
11.5
4.4

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 . . . .

18,794,814
1,407,973
2,873,841
1,610,264
4,218,489
2,073,559
6,610,688

251
25
202
686
2,067
6,733
22,212

128
180
175
166
157
134
56

5.63
7.45
6.91
6.75
5.98
5.37
4.26

.20
.03
.05
.12
.16
.33
.47

65.5
85.5
79.5
73.5
61.8
52.2
59.6

67.2
84,5
87.5
79.4
84.9
70.7
39.3

4.0
2.0
3.2
12.1
4.7
6.2
1.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

5,703,244

247

47

5.67

.17

59.5

77.1

7.5

Prime

27 Fixed rule (thousands of dollars)
28
1-99
29
1 00 499
30 500-999
31
1 ,000 or more . . . .

1,903,739
198,803
161,752
76,086
1,467,099

175
20
198
626
6,181

53
47
74
48
51

5.36
8.29
7.29
6.42
4.69

.29
.16
.35
.47
.49

48.6
86.7
85.3
58.1
38.9

61.5
16.1
43.1
40.2
70.8

10.3
4.1
.6
2.4
12.6

OtherOther
Prime
Other
Other

32 Floating rate {thousands of dollars) . . . .
33
U99
34
100-499
35 500-999
36
1 ,000 or more

3,799,505
239,940
553,258
370,412
2,635,895

312
29
214
671
4,109

43
41
40
32
46

5.83
7.48
7.11
6.51
5.32

.18
.15
.17
.07
.24

65.0
83.1
81.4
65.2
59.9

84.8
53.4
73.9
88.7
89.5

6.1
22
43
13.8
5.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight 6

..

Fed funds

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate''

Nominal*

LOANS MADK BKLOW PRIMK I ( )
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

12,458,252
6,635,583

8,599
4,072

*
20

3.73
3.97

3.66
3.89

7.2
21.8

54.6
75.6

4,3
11.5

5.99
6.00

5,566,092
7,009,162

968
2,907

139

4,01
3.87

3.95
3.82

36.4
58.0

88.3
43,7

4.3
1.1

6.05
6.01

41 Total short-term

31,669,089

2,817

37

3.86

3.80

26.6

62.5

5.1

6.01

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

23,223,892
8,445,197

3,638
1,739

26
97

3.80
4.01

3.74
3.95

16.7
53.9

68.0
47.5

6.2
2.1

6.00
6.03

44 Total long-term

2,702,414

881

43

4.24

4.20

42.8

83.5

8.1

6.07

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

1,302,566
1,399,848

589
1,634

38
48

4.27
4.20

4.25
4.16

31.3
53.4

74.1
92.2

14.9

6.09
6.04

:?•

Months

120



L?

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued
Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

o

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard

Loans
secured
by

collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 4=8, 1993
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight 6

11,885,067

9.0

3.83

7,110

52.4

3.7

Fed funds
Foreign
Domestic
Foreign

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
Floating rate

6,540,265
4,686,009
1,854,255

4,167
5,731
2,466

19
19
20

4.27
4.06
4.80

.18
.19
.28

20.4
22.5
15.1

75.4
80.4
62.7

10.3
12.5
4.9

5 More than one month and less than one
year
Fixed rate
Floating rate

5,944,468
3,145,366
2,799,103

1,020
3,292
574

143
131
156

4.44
3.97
4.97

.13
.16
.20

42.1
42.6
41.7

89.2
89.2
89.4

4.0
5.7
2.1

Other
Other
Prime

10,061,249
2,167,247
7,894,002

2,393
499

5.00
3.98
5.28

.17
.24
.17

67.1
19.4
80.1

54.6
81.5
47.1

2.7
.0
3.4

Fed funds
Domestic
Fed funds

34,431,049

1,334

41

4.36

.14

33.9

63.7

4.7

Fed funds

21,883,689
24,747
154,240
308,915
3,013,393
3,434,943
14,947,451

5,030
30
258
694
2,405
6,713
20,499

26
66
40
36
26
24
26

3.91
6.84
5.40
5.17
4.36
4.13
3.73

.18
.36
.18
.19
.12
.09
.04

17.8
70.5
54.1
49.5
25.9
19.0
14.7

66.5
65.9
80.2
84.6
69.8
71.6
64.2

5.5
LI
1.2
3.4
5.8
10.7
4.4

Other
Prime
Prime
Other
Other
Domestic
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

12,547,360
421,018
1,181,475
664,451
2,259,312
1,843,570
6,177,535

585
32
208

5.14

2,107
6,843
23,760

102
164
171168
138
128
53

7.23
6.80
6.36
5.74
5.35
4.26

.19
.09
.08
.10
.23
.32
.51

61.9
85.8
77.2
66.1
56.2
53.3
61.6

58.9
90.7
91.6
91.6
80.5
68.9
36.0

3.3
1.1
4.0
5.7
3.8
7.0
1.8

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

4,186,673

1,047

5.23

.14

52.4

85.6

9.3

6
7

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
Total short-term
12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
U
100-499
15 500-999
16
1,000-4,999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more

601

674

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

.

44

1,373,531
9,032
25,747
36,537
1,302,215

2,176
29
254
703
7,857

41
52
54
40
40

4.47
7.47
6.25
5.50
4.39

2,813,141
44,645
297,868
299,395
2,171,233

836
38
235

45
26
31
32
49

5.60
6.83
6.85
6.55
5.27

666

4,702

.26
.13
.44
.37
.54

33.9
89.9
77.7
29.4
32.8

75.8
42.5
63.7
62.7
76.7

13.5

1.2
.0
.0
14.2

.13
.25

61.5
81.5
76.7
63.5
58.7

90.4
89.3
89.2
87.5
91.0

7.2
4.9
5.7
13.9
6.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Prime
Other
Other
Domestic
Other
Other

Effective 3

Prime rate9

Nominal"

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

11,472,167
6,001,753

8,764
6,243

19

3.74
3.95

3.67
3.88

7.4
18.9

50.7
74.9

3.9
11.0

5.99
5.99

4,729,404
6,076,589

4,552
5,114

135
*

3.87
3.81

3.82
3.77

36.2
62.9

90.8
35.4

3.9
.9

5.98
6.00

41 Total short-term

28,279,913

6,288

35

3.82

3.76

26.6

59.3

4.7

5.99

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate . . . .

20,965,755
7,314,158

6,769
5,224

26
87

3.79
3.90

3.73
3.84

16.1
56.6

65.6
41.2

5.7
1.9

5.99
5.99

Months
44 Total long-term . . .

2,402,018

4,782

45

4.14

4.11

42.7

85.9

8.6

6.00

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

1,209,468
1,192,550

6,054
3,943

38
52

4.13
4.15

4.11
4.1 1

28.7
57.0

78.5
93.4

15.3
1.8

6.00
6.00




121

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
{thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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, 1993
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight 6

987,962

4,173

3.60

.56

4.0

99.9

9.6

Foreign

2 One month or less (excluding overnight)
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

950,917
608,350
342,567

188
235
139

24
23
27

5.14
4.68
5.97

.27
.43
.24

48.8
37.1
69.5

80.6
71.4
96.8

12.7
19.3

Prime
Foreign
Prime

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

3,318,541
763,990
2,554,550

76
39
107

176
131
190

6.68
6.39
6.77

.20
.32
.26

68.9
65.0
70.1

64.5
51.4

68.4

7.2
6.1
7.5

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand 7
9
Fixed rate
10
Floating rate

3,935,864
586,137
3,349,728

125
133
123

6.30
4.91
6.54

.20
.39
.18

70.0
43.4
74.7

93.2
86.7
94.4

3.8
1.0
4.2

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

9,193,284

114

116

6.03

.19

60.4

82.3

6.5

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

2,945,831
302,735
255,714
96,445
710,008
485,864
1,095,064

110
12
193
684
2,244
6,039
14,857

49
139
93
71
67
31

4.81
8.40
7.09
5.23
5.04
4.00
3.46

.32
.36
.21
.32
.30
.24
.44

34.5
77.0
66.2
49.1
41.9
15.3
17.8

78.8
47.7
28.7
80.2
72.5
92.0
97.3

9.0
1.8
4.4
.0
15.8
16.6
5.0

Other
Other
Prime
Foreign
Foreign
Foreign
Fed funds

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

6,247,454
986,955
1,692,366
945,813
1,959,177
229,989
433,153

117
23
198
694
2,022
5,962
11,514

170
183
176
165
181
205
88

6.60
7.54
6.98
7.03
6.26
5.56
4.19

.21
.04
.07
.14
.19
.53
.40

72.5
85.4
81.1
78.7
68.3
43.2
31.5

83.9
81.9
84.7
70.8
90.0
84.5
86.3

5.4
2.3
2.6
16.5
5.7
.0
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total Ions-term

1,516,572

54

6.91

,15

79.1

53.5

Prime

Months

2.6

Prime

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

530,208
189,770
136,005
39,549
164,884

52
20
190
568
2,302

83
47
77
55
138

7.65
8.33
7.49
7.27
7.10

.24
.17
.49
.58
.36

86.7
86.6
86.8
84.6
87.3

24.5
14.9
39.2
19.5
24.5

2.0
4.2
.7
4.6
.0

Other
Other
Prime
Other
Prime

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

986,364
195,295
255,390
71,017
464,662

112

38
44
50
33
30

6.51
7.63
7.42
6.33
5.58

.18
.18
.34
.10
.21

75.1
83.5
86.7
72.4
65.5

69.1
45.2
56.1
93.3
82.5

2.8
1.6
2.7
13.0
1.9

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

27
194
693
2,586

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Prime rate''

Effective 3

Nominal*

3.59
4.14

3.53
4.06

4.0
48.8

99.9
S2.2

9.6
16.2

6.00
6 JO

LOANS MAPI-. BHLOW PRIMK'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

986,085
633,830

7,051
949

836,688
932,573

178
763

162

4.80
4.22

4.71
4.20

37.9
26.3

74.2
98.2

6.6

*

2.6

6.45
6.10

41 Total short-term

3,389,176

503

62

4.17

4.11

26.9

89.8

8.2

6.16

42 Fixed rate . .
43 Floating rate

2,258,137
1,131,039

687
327

32
149

3.90
4.70

3.84
4.64

22.1
36.3

90.6
88.1

10.5
3.4

6.10
6.28

44 Total long-term

300,3%

117

31

4.98

4.95

43.1

64.2

3.6

6.62

45 Fixed rate . .
46 Floating rate

93,097
207,298

46
374

43
26

6.09
4.48

6.04
4.46

65.8
32.8

17.4
85.2

9.2
I.I

7.32
6.31

23

Months

122



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective-1

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rates

Fed funds

February 3-7, 1994
ALL BANKS
1 Overnight6

10,608,188

5,353

*

3.94

.25

8.4

55.4

4.4

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

10,373,636
7,577,398
2,796,238

1,265
1,871
673

19
19
20

4.19
4.07
4.54

.19
.25
.27

17.6
14.7
25.3

75.7
72.1
85.7

10.9
12.7
6.0

Foreign
Other
Foreign

9,585,906
3,589,777
5,996,129

208
176
233

156
126
174

5.16
4.59
5.51

.17
.28
.19

38.5
32.0
42.4

83.9
76.5
88.2

3.4
4.4
2.8

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

13,841,169
2,944,919
10,896,250

293
579
259

*
*
*

5.25
3.98
5.59

.18
.27
.18

66.7
17.3
80.1

60.7
84.3
54.3

2.8
3.5
2.6

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

44,408,899

429

56

4.67

.17

35.2

68.0

5,2

Fed funds

1 2 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

24,720,282
383,371
372,061
403,675
3,642,981
3,973,853
15,944,341

784
15
213
696
2,342
6,598
19,980

28
140
117
44
29
25
24

4.08
8.19
6.24
5.23
4.44
4.17
3.80

.27
.27
.39
.12
.07
.09
.07

14.8
84.0
72.2
57.8
26.6
16.1
7.7

67.0
41.0
56.1
87.1
77.7
69.1
64.5

6.8
1.2
6.4
8.5
9.7
8.7
5.8

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

19,688,617
1,373,078
2,529,524
1 ,224,807
3,562,855
1,905,146
9,093,207

273
25
199
669
2,029
6,755
26,398

125
153
153
174
132
101
113

5.42
7.44
6.90
6.48
5.96
5.32
4.36

.18
.05
.08
.06
.13
.42
.47

60.8
85.4
78.5
74.6
65.1
51.4
50.6

69.1
85.2
90.4
86.9
86.9
72.9
50.6

3.2
1.7
2.9
7.4
6.3
5.0
1.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

4,877,942

206

39

5.86

.17

58.7

81.1

8.0

Prime

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

1,140,134
193,031
128,025
93,213
725,864

96
17
218
687
4,386

44
44
71
39
40

5.42
6.76
7.10
6.45
4.63

.28
.51
.29
.60
.27

61.7
94.3
88.7
65.6
47.8

68.0
22.9
39.9
45.8
87.9

1.8
.0
.0
3.0
2.4

Other
Other
Other
Other
Foreign

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

3,737,808
216,945
650,863
463,236
2,406,765

317
29
216
685
3,927

37
36
42
29
38

6.00
7.50
7.07
6.55
5.47

.18
.24
.12
.07
.30

57.8
87.9
79.0
56.0
49.8

85.0
61.4
75.1
82.6
90.3

9.9
8.2
8.3
14.2
9.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate'J

Nominal"

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7 .

10,199,069
9,858,656

8,303
4,369

*
19

3.85
4.05

3.77
3.97

6.1
14.9

54.5
75.2

4.6
11.2

6.00
5.99

6,052,435
7,944,329

964
3,030

145
*

4.05
3.96

4.00
3.92

20.2
56.9

88.8
40.2

3.3
1.7

6.03
6.01

41 Total short-term

34,054,489

2,750

42

3.97

3.91

23.0

63,3

5.6

6.00

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

23,518,414
10,536,075

3,290
2,012

26
103

3.92
4.08

3.86
4.02

11.7
48.3

67.5
53.9

6.9
2.6

6.00
6.02

2,057,307

722

36

4.39

4.33

32.8

92.0

6.1

6.08

661,623
1,395,684

411
1,126

40
34

4.26
4.44

4.23
4.39

39.1
29.8

87.7
94.0

3.0
7.6

6.09
6.07

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




. ..

123

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
si/.e
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
bycol lateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate

February 3-7, 1994
LA Ran BANKS
1 Overnight' 1

9,566,052

6,996

*

3.93

.20

8.2

51.3

3.5

Fed funds

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate . ,

8,591,624
6,704,737
1 ,886,887

4,500
5,918
2,430

20
19
23

4.15
4.04
4.53

.17
.15
.27

16.7
12.5
31.5

74.0
72.2
80.4

12.3
13.5
7.9

Foreign
Fed funds
Foreign

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

5,811,654
2,614,579
3,197,075

976
2,735
639

145
121
165

4.85
4.11
5.45

.13
.19
.17

34.0
26.4
40.2

86.9
87.4
86.4

4.8
5.4
4.3

Other
Other
Prime

8 Demand 7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

10,204,413
2,192,479
8,011,933

605
3,224
495

;=:

4.89
3.86
5.17

.17
.26
.19

64.9
14.1
78.7

48.4
80.1
39.7

1.6
2.4
1.4

Fed funds
Other
Fed funds

1 1 Total short-term

34,173,743

1,309

43

4.43

.14

31.6

62.2

5.4

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

21,077,847
23,493
136,571
300,776
2,897,003
3,146,674
14,573,330

5,096
30
260
704
2,401
6,615
20,491

24
86
44
36
27
22
24

3.98
6.70
5.19
5.21
4.47
4.19
3.80

.17
.17
.24
.26
.09
.10
.07

12.4
68.5
49.^
54.2
28.0
13.7
7.8

65.4
73.0
78.9
85.4
73.4
63.7
63.6

6.8
1.8
6.5
10.9
9.0
8.5
5.9

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 .

13,095,895
452,879
1,111,764
625,039
2,065,686
1 ,549,583
7,290,944

596
32
204
659
2,041
6,763
25,551

113
149
151
155
113
97
108

5.15
7.17
6.78
6.35
5.68
5.16
4.52

.17
.08
.07
.11
.18
.44
.50

62.5
86.2
77.9
71.0
54.6
48.9
63.1

57.0
91.3
91.6
86.1
79.5
67.8
38.4

3.0
1.5
2.3
7.1
8.2
2.4
1.6

Fed funds
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

3,073,707

720

37

5.54

.16

53.4

90.9

7.4

Prime

622,211
6,764
30,124
38,168
547,155

1,152
27
235
671
5,182

39
44
40
50
38

4.64
7.58
5.70
5.13
4.5!

.30
.42
.38
.45
.41

56.8
73.8
70.0
47.0
56.6

87.5
56.3
84.4
85.0
88.2

1.7
.0
.0
.0
2.0

Foreign
Other
Domestic
Foreign
Foreign

2,451,496
55,625
278,967
243,198
1,873,706

657
33
225
646
4,224

36
30
34
33
37

5.77
6.81
6.77
6.42
5.50

.12
.12
.06
.14
.28

52.5
85.5
74.4
65.7
46.6

91.7
90.1
86.2
86.9
93.2

8.9
3.0
7.1
8.9
9.3

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

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate*'

Nominal"

LOANS MADK HI-LOW PRIMH I ( I
37 Overnight 6
9,235,319
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) . ' 8,286,566
39 More than one month and less than one
year
4,081,831
40 Demand 7
7,008,695

8,796
6,086

*
20

3.85
4.06

3.77
3.98

6.4
14.7

49.8
73.4

3.6
12.7

6.00
5.98

3,593
6,241

134
*

4.05
3.94

3.99
3.89

24,1
61.0

B9.8
32.2

4.7
l.t

5.99
6.00

41 Total short-term

28,612,410

6,127

34

3.96

3.89

24.7

58.0

5.8

5.99

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

20,453,977
8,158,433

6,664
5,096

24
87

3.91
4.09

3.84
4.03

10.8
59.6

64.9
40.9

6.8
3.2

5.99
6.00

44 Total long-term

1,532,340

2,884

37

4.30

4.25

31.1

93.7

5.5

6.00

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

477,114
1,055,226

2,536
3,075

36
37

4.10
4.40

4.07
4.33

47.0
23. H

89.0
95.9

2.3
7.0

6.00
6.00

Months

124



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

pat ion
loans
(percent)

93.9

12.4

84.2
71.0
96.9

4.2
6.4
2.1

Domestic
Foreign
Domestic

Most
common
base
pricing
rate*

February 3-7, 1994
OTHER BANKS
.

1,042,136

1,696

*

4.04

.65

10.2

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

1,782,012
872,660
909,352

283
299
269

16
20
13

4.41
4.26
4.55

.24
.31
.32

21.8
31,3
12.6

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

3,774,252
975,199
2,799,054

94
50
135

172
137
184

5.64
5.87
5.56

.20
.34
.20

45,4
47.2
44.8

79.2
47.3
90.3

1.2
1.7
1.0

Prime
Other
Prime

3,636,756
752,440
2,884,316

120
171
111

*
*
*

6.26
4.33
6.76

.21
.38

72,0
26.6
83.8

95.2
96.6
94.9

6.3
6.5
6.2

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

1 Overnight 6

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short-term

'

Foreign

10,235,157

132

103

5.48

.19

47.2

87.3

4.6

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

3,642,435
359,878
235,490
102,900
745,978
827,179
1,371,010

133
14
192
672
2,140
6,533
15,788

53
143
160
70
37
37
29

4.64
8.29
6.85
5.31
4.33
4.12
3.75

.29
.28
.43
.29
.06
.11
.44

28.6
85.0
85.2
68.5
21.2
25.0
7.2

76.5
38.9
42.8
92.0
94.5
89.6
73.3

6.9
1.1
6.4
1.6
12.1
9.4
4.5

Foreign
Other
Other
Foreign
Other
Foreign
Foreign

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
1 00-499
22 500-999
23
1 ,000-4 999
. .
24
5,000-9,999
25
10,000 or more

6,592,722
920,199
1,417,760
599,767
1,497,169
355,564
1,802,263

132
22
196
679
2,012
6,724
30,487

142
154
154
190
170
128
122

5.95
7.57
7.00
6.62
6.34
6.01
3.73

.19
.07
.12
.07
.13
.60
.15

57.4
85.0
79.0
78.3
79.7
62.1
.0

93.2
82.1
89.4
87.7
97.3
95.2
100.0

3.4
1.8
3.3
7.8
3.7
16.3
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

26 Total long-term

1,804,235

93

43

6.42

.20

67.9

64.4

9.0

Prime

517,923
186,267
97,901
55,045
178,709

45
17
213
698
2,983

50
44
80
31
46

6.35
6.73
7.54
7.36
5.01

.37
.54
.18
.86
.72

67.7
95.1
94.5
78.5
21.0

44.7
21.6
26.2
18.6
86.9

1.8
.0
.0
5.2
3.6

Other
Other
Other
Other
Domestic

1,286,312
161,320
371,895
220,038
533,060

160
28
209
735
3,148

40
39
49
24
40

6.45
7.74
7.29
6.70
5.36

.21
.29
.18
.10
.29

68.0
88.9
82.5
45.3
60.9

72.3
51.4
66.8
77.9
80.1

11.9
9.9
9.2
20,1
11.1

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

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective-1

Prime rutc y

Nominal*

LOANS MADB BELOW PRIMH'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

963,751
1,572,090

5,400
1,756

*
16

3.86
3.99

3.79
3.91

3.0
16.1

100.0
85.1

13.4
3.5

6=00
6.02

1 ,970,604
935,634

383
624

168
*

4.06
4.13

4.01
4.13

12.1
26.0

86.7
99.9

.5
6.0

6.11
6.12

41 Total short-term

5,442,079

705

79

4.02

3.96

14.0

90.9

4.6

6.07

4.00
4.03

3.94
3.98

17.4
9.7

85.0
98.5

7.7
.6

6.05
6.09

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

37
126

3,064,437
2,377,642

751
654

524,966

227

34

4.62

4.59

37.8

86.9

7.7

6,31

184,509
340,458

130
380

49
26

4.67
4.60

4.63
4.57

18.7
48.2

84.4
88.2

5.0
9.2

6.32
6.31

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




..

.

125

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate ( percent)
Weighted
average
effective3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

lx>ans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

Fed funds

May 4=8, 1994

ALL BANKS
13,226,835

6,357

*

4,56

.28

8.8

58.0

6.2

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

8,086,285
4,907,162
3,179,123

1,059
2,331
575

17
15
21

5.25
4.72
6.06

.17
.20
.24

19.6
11.3
32.5

82.9
77.3
91.5

9.1
10.3
7.2

Other
Other
Prime

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

10,281,023
4,618,040
5,662,982

182
189
176

149
114
177

5.97
5.25
6.56

.16
.20
.22

50.2
39.8
58.6

82. 1
80.5
83.5

7,9
6.2
9.2

Prime
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate

14,561,193
2,223,430
12,337,763

302
368
292

*
*
*

6.17
5.10
6.37

.17
.27
.19

72.4
32.1
79.6

64.9
84.7
61.4

4.4
5.3
4.2

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

46,155,336

403

53

5.51

.16

40.0

69.9

6.5

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

24,975,468
422,965
377,763
472,780
4,180,741
4,883,659
14,637,560

720
15
196
702
2,365
6,522
18,595

27
169
115
72
33
26
19

4.77
8.12
6.46
5.65
5.02
4.80
4.52

.21
.11
.27
.16
.OS
.10
.08

17.1
79.7
70.7
54.5
24.4
17.4
10.6

68.3
37.0
59.9
79.5
79.5
75.2
63.6

6.9
.2
3.3
7.7
8.6
16.3
3.6

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

21,179,869
1,487,209
3,061,152
1,900,416
4,566,466
1,785,369
8,379,256

265
25
202
666
2,051
6,178
24,106

121
180
190
207
137
58
67

6.37
8.21
7.70
7.39
6.59
5.69
5.36

.19
.05
.04
.10
.15
.23
.69

66.9
83.9
80 J
73.2
59.2
50.4
65.5

71.8
85.4
87.0
83.0
84.2
76.6
53.5

6.0
1.7
4.3
4.7
11.7
7.9
4.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

6,218,839

251

44

6.61

.16

54.7

69.3

6.0

Prime

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

1,788,525
194,220
313,933
99,513
1,180,858

150
20
!92
708
4,768

52
48
55
41
53

6.22
8.56
8.23
6.77
5.25

.28
.16
.13
.43
.28

60 J
87.8
95.4
80.8
44.4

62.5
19.2
36.7
48.2
77.8

1.6
.1
.8
1.1
2.2

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
t

4,430,314
283,929
783,420
554,414
2,808,551

346
36
230
679
4,012

40
69
49
40
35

6.77
8.26
7.70
7.48
6.21

.17
.07
.13
.10
.33

52.5
91.2
83.6
73.6
35.7

72.0
52.1
68.7
75.2
74.3

7.8
5.7
7.3
7.3
8.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight6

Months

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective1

Prime rate*

Nominal 8

LOANS MADH BKLOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight*1
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

12,908,922
6,434,100

8,219
4,267

15

4.49
4.65

4.40
4.55

7.8
14.9

57.0
81.0

6.4
10.6

6.75
6,76

6,677,083
7,257,142

733
2,413

120
*

4.96
4.69

4.87
4.63

35,9
61.8

87.0
39.6

10.3
3.1

6.82
6.77

4 1 Total short-term

33,277,247

2,191

35

4.66

4.57

26.6

63.9

7.2

6.77

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

23,739,349
9,537,898

2,532
1,640

25
88

4.61
4.78

4.52
4.70

14.2
57.5

68.0
53.7

7.0
7.9

6.77
6.77

44 Total long-term

2,692,721

892

43

5.19

5.12

35.6

69.6

3.4

6.89

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

1,083,394
1,609,328

695
1,102

53
37

4.91
5.37

4.85
5.30

39.9
32.7

78.6
63.6

2,6
4.0

6,78
6.96

Months

126



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

May 4-8, 1994

LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight 6

11,263,934

7,075

#

4.58

.16

9.2

54.1

4.4

Fed funds

.17
.13
.25

18.9
10.0
36.4

82.1
77.1
91.9

9.1
9.5
8.3

Other
Other
Other

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate . . .
.

6,155,781
4,084,348
2,071,433

3,072
5,568
1,631

16
14
19

4.98
4.67
5.59

5 More than one month and less than one
year
Fixed rate
Floating rate

6,166,760
3,200,757
2,966,003

977
2,550
586

120
104
137

5.38
4.92
5.87

.14
.17
.19

38.0
31.9
44.5

87.9
87.9
87.8

6.7
6.8
6.6

Other
Other
Prime

10,523,799
1,610,481
8,913,318

621
2,187
550

*
#
*

5.81
4.84
5.98

.16
.20
.16

71.4
24.0
80.0

54.7
81.8
49.8

2.3
.0
2.7

Prime
Domestic
Prime

34,110,273

1,271

36

5.17

,15

35.3

65.4

5.0

Fed funds

6
7

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
1 5 500-999
16
1 000-4,999
17
5 000-9 999
18
10 000 or more

20,159,519
20,565
147,895
275,480
3,134,404
3,746,238
12,834,937

4,670
26
260
679
2,400
6,441
19,093

22
92
49
38
28
22
20

4.67
7.12
5.87
5.57
4.98
4.85
4.51

.16
.15
.29
.17
.11
.11
.10

14.1
63.1
47.4
47.7
21.6
18.5
9.8

66.3
61.1
78.0
85.4
78.5
71.4
61.3

5.5
.8
5.6
5.6
7.2
8.7
4.1

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 . .

13,950,754
428,929
1,303,473
830,478
2,574,165
1,382,110
7,431,598

619
32
210
674
2,080
6,305
25,321

88
160
149
142

5.90
7.94
7.54
7.18
6.45
5.51
5.24

.18
.08
.05
.08
.19
.32
.80

66.0
84.7
77.4
70.9
53.9
45.7
70.2

64.1
92.4
91.4
91.3
79.4
73.9
47.6

4.4
1.2
2.9
3.9
7.6
6.5
3.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

4,083,722

942

40

6.08

,14

40.1

76,7

7.1

Prime

959,402
11,174
26,812
41,293
880,123

1,370
31
217
716
5,464

54
47
45
37
55

5.10
7.88
6.89
5.84
4.98

.23
.17
.33
.31
.29

42.1
84.6
66.4
57.2
40.1

80.1
56.7
79.7
74.5
80.6

1.8
.0
2.7
2,6
1.7

Other
Other
Domestic
Other
Other

3,124,320
49,667
318,591
285,086
2,470,976

860
39
232
691
4,331

35
29
33
33
36

6.39
7.64
7.46
7.22
6.13

.15
.09

39.5
80.0
72.9
63.1
31.7

75.6
85.7
85.4
89.2
72.6

8.8
3.1
8.1
10.6
8,8

49
69

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

"20
.35

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime rate9

Nominal**

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight 6
...
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

10,948,197
5,492,248

8,496
5,951

*
14

4.50
4.61

4.40
4.51

8.0
14.7

52.8
81.3

4.5
10.2

6.75
6.75

4,890,738
6,332,237

3,515
5,019

109
*

4.82
4.63

4.73
4.56

28.8
65.5

89.5
31.2

7.2
.5

6.75
6.75

41 Total short-term . . . .

27,663,419

5,687

29

4.61

4.52

26.2

60.0

5.2

6.75

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

19,472,559
8,190,860

5,814
5,404

22
71

4.58
4.67

4.49
4.59

12.3
59.2

65.4
47.1

5.6
4.3

6.75
6.75

Months
44 Total long-term
45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate




....

2,191,160

3,438

42

4.96

4.89

30.1

67.8

3,3

6.75

833,048
1,358,112

3,208
3,596

55
34

4.78
5.07

4.72
4.99

37.2
25.7

79.2
60.8

2.0
4.1

6.75
6.75

127

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 5

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

U>ans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate*

May 4-8, 1994
QTHKK BANKS
1 Overnight 6

1,962,902

4,018

4.48

.49

7.0

HO. 8

16.8

Fed funds

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed
rate
4
Floating rate

1,930,504
822,814
1,107,690

343
600
260

23
19
26

6.11
4.99
6.95

.21
.27
.21

22.1
17.7
25.3

85.4
78.2
90.8

8.9
13.8
5.3

Prime
Foreign
Prime

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6
Fixed rate
7
Moating rate

4,114,263
1,417,284
2,696,979

82
61
99

192
135
222

6.86
5.98
7.32

.17
.23
.19

68.5
57.8
74.1

73.5
63.6
78.8

9.6
4.8
12.1

Prime
Foreign
Prime

4,037,395
612,949
3,424,445

129
116
132

7.13
5.78
7.3?

,20
.38
.IB

75.0
53.3
78.8

91.6

92.4
91.4

8.3

12,045,064

137

6.44

.17

53.2

82.7

10.8

Prime

29.7
80.6
85.7
63.8
33.0
13.6
15.6

76.8
35.8
48.3
71.3
82.4
87.7
80.0

1.8
10.5
12.5
41.5
.0

Foreign
Other
Other
Other
Foreign
Foreign
Foreign

8 Demand 7
9
Fixed rate
10
Floating rate
1 1 Total short-term

104

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100499
15
500-999
16
1,000-4,999
17
5,000-9,999
18
10,000 or more

4,815,949
402,400
229,868
197,300
,046,337
137,420
,802,623

159
14
168
738
2,266
6,806
15,683

50
172
161
11?
49
39
16

5.17
8.17
6.84
5.7?
5.12
4.64
4.59

.24
.12
.45
.23
.11
.11
.17

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

7,229,115
,058,280
,757,679
069,938
992,301
403,259
947,658

126
23
197
660
2,015
5,778
17,517

165
184
208
243
174
102
62

7.29
8.32
7.82
7.55
6.77
6.33
6.32

.IB
.05
.06
.16
.33
.47
.74

68.9
83,6
82,0
74,9
66,1
66,4
28,0

86.6
82.5
83.7
76.6
90.4
86.0
100.0

9.2
2.0
5.3
5.3
17.0
12.6
11.4

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

Pr
Pr
Pr
Prime
Prime

Months
26 Total long-term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
28
I 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

2,135,117

105

51

7.62

.14

82.4

55.1

3.8

Prime

829,124
183,047
287,121
58,220
300,735

74
19
190
702
3,473

50
48
56
45
47

7.51
8.61
8.36
7.42
6.06

.26
.17
.14
.42
.27

80.8
88.0
98.1
97.5
56.8

42.2
16.9
32.6
29.5
69.3

1.5
.1
.6
.0
3.5

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Fed funds

1,305,994
234,262
464,829
269,328
337,575

142
35
229
666
2,607

51
77
59
48
26

7.68
8.39
7.87
7.76
6.87

.13
.08
.15
.15
.24

83.4
93.6
90.9
84.7
65.2

63.3
45.0
57.2
60.4
86.6

5.3
6.2
6.7
3.8
4.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Prime rate*'

Effective 3

Nominal 1

4.47
4.93

4.37
4.82

6.9
15.8

80.7
79.1

16.8
13.0

6.75
6.83

5.35
5.08

5.25
5.06

55.2
36.5

80.2
97.5

18.8
20.5

7.00
6.90

LOANS MAPI-; imuovv PRIMK'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

1,960,726
941,852

6,954
1,610

20

1,786,345
924,905

232
530

149

41 Total short-term

5,613,828

544

61

4.93

4.84

28.6

83.0

17.4

6.87

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

4,266,790
1,347,038

708
313

42
152

4.77
5.43

4.68
5.36

22.6
47,6

79.5
94.1

13.4
30.1

6.86
6.90

Months
44 Total long-term

501,561

211

48

6.18

6.13

59.6

77.6

4.0

7.49

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

250,346
251,215

193
232

45
52

5.34
7.03

5.29
6.96

48:9
70,2

76.6

4.6
3.4

6.89
B.08

128



78.6

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rates

August 3=7, 1994
ALL BANKS
11,838,283

6,372

#

5.10

.24

14.1

57.7

10.6

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

7,096,136
5,351,414
1,744,722

1,125
1,833
515

15
13
20

5.35
5.18
5.90

.20
.27
.26

15.2
11.3
27.3

76.3
73.8
84.2

4.7
5.3
2.9

Other
Fed funds
Other

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

12,851,985
6,379,941
6,472,044

210
238
189

148
103
192

6.57
6.05
7.08

.15
.20
.20

45.0
36.2
53.7

80.8
81.3
80.3

6.9
8.3
5.5

Prime
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10
Floating rate

13,761,733
1 ,900,733
11,861,000

276
446
260

*
*
*

6.72
5.56
6.90

.18
.28
-17

76.1
37.6
82.3

59.8
86.0
55.6

4.4
7.3
4.0

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short-term

45,548,137

382

64

6.04

.15

41.7

67.8

6.8

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

25,469,714
457,484
448,560
470,141
4,215,609
3,878,601
15,999,320

711
15
198
691
2,352
6,545
18,421

31
152
94
55
38
33
24

5.39
8.92
7.15
5.98
5.65
5.42
5.14

.23
.19
.11
.09
.08
.11
.04

20.8
84.1
63.0
40.9
32.4
29.3
12.1

69.1
32.6
58.2
73.9
76.7
71.5
67.7

8.7
.5
6.0
5.4
8.2
9.9
9.0

Other
Other
Other
Fed funds
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

20,078,423
1,587,173
3,406,856
1 ,790,947
4,334,389
1 ,670,297
7,288,760

241
26
203
661
1,950
6,573
23,442

156
190
187
199
160
151
121

6.87
8.62
8.17
7.75
7.24
6.32
5.57

.17
.07
.05
.04
.14
.33
.28

68.3
84.7
80.5
76.4
69.1
59.0
58.6

66.0
84.8
86.7
85.9
82.1
66.5
37.7

4.4
1.8
3.8
5.1
5.8
8.0
3.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

1 Overnight6

Other

Months
26 Total long-term

6,633,123

255

43

6.93

.15

59.9

82,8

5.5

Prime

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

1,605,845
195,920
144,594
53,818
1,211,514

125
17
202
640
4,109

43
56
42
44
41

6.72
8.90
8.09
7.21
6.18

.25
.26
.26
.20
.70

55.0
94.1
87.2
60.9
44.6

74.3
29.9
54.7
89.3
83.1

4.3
.0
3.1
13.3
4.7

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

5,027,278
275,449
769,782
445,798
3,536,249

382
35
206
678
4,291

43
44
48
•37
43

7.00
8.48
8.08
7.70
6.56

.15
.14
.09
.08
.33

61.4
92.4
82.1
69.9
53.4

85.6
63.3
73.2
86.3
89.9

5.9
2.4
5.0
15.2
5.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective^

Prime rate9

Nominal 8

LOANS MADti BKLOW PRIMB'°
37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

11,658,808
6,609,940

7,552
4,279

*
J4

5.05
5.10

4.93
4,98

13.4
10.4

57.1
76.0

10.8
4.8

7.25
7.24

8,051,993
6,808,449

997
2,295

120
*

5.51
5.22

5.39
5.14

30.1
66.5

82.1
37.0

8.7
3,7

7.28
7.28

4 1 Total short-term

33,129,190

2,344

41

5,21

5.10

27.8

62.8

7.6

7.26

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

23,893,513
9,235,676

2,789
1,659

26
120

5.19
5.25

5.07
5.15

17.8
53.5

69.1
46.6

8.8
4.5

7.26
7.27

44 Total long-term

3,071,353

839

40

5.46

5.38

35.2

88.6

5.6

7.31

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

928,297
2,143,056

412
1,527

37
41

5.39
5.50

5.34
5.40

30.2
37.4

79.9
92.4

5.6
5.6

7.31
7.31

Months




129

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-941—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

U>an rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate*

August 3-7, 1994
LARGK BANKS
6,856

*

5.12

.22

13,9

55.7

li.l

6,100,819
4,682,733
1,418,086

3,897
6,045
1,793

14
12
19

5.18
5.11
5.42

.17
.16
.27

11.3
9.8
16,5

75.0
72.6
83.0

5.0
5.6
2.9

Other
Fed funds
Other

8,269,054
4,464,444
3,804,611

1,080
3,070
613

129
91
174

6.13
5.81
6.51

.13
.13
.19

38.1
36.3
40 J

85.8
90.6
80.2

8.5
9.9
6.8

Foreign
Foreign
Prime

8 Demand7 .
9
Fixed rate
10 Floating rate .

9,240,403
1,411,977
7,828,426

495
1,766
438

*
*
$

6.18
5.36
6.33

.16
.21
.20

73.9
32.0
81.5

5!3
83.8
45.4

4.2
.0
5.0

Fed funds
Other
Fed funds

1 1 Total short-term

33,930,985

1,154

47

5.67

.13

35.7

65.3

7.5

Other

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1»99
]4
1 00=-499
15 500-999
16
1 ,000=4 999
17
5,000=9,999
18
10,000 or more

20,879,205
22,550
187,328
319,110
3,125,152
3,376,743
13,848,324

4,609
29
261
697
2,353
6,596
18,781

24
154
58
48
35
30
20

5.28
7.55
6.36
5.96
5.64
5.41
5.14

.14
J9
.15
.11
.12
.05

19.0
75.5
48.7
41.6
32.0
28.9
12.6

68.9
69.7
75.4
74.4
75.8
69.9
66. 8

8.8
1.4
4.4
4.6
6.9
8.5
9.6

Other
Other
Other
Domestic
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

13,051,779
504,608
1,510,624
806,522
2,213,378
1,313,999
6,702,649

525
34
209
674
2,011
6,572
25,182

132
197
184
179
141
135
113

6.28
8.37
8.01
7.66
6.86
6.10
5.41

.18
.08
.03
.16
.22
.53
.45

62.4
87.4
80.0
71.5
57.5
57.2
58.1

59.6
88.8
90.4
89.2
83.1
67.1
37.7

5.3
1.5
3.9
7.6
8.0
10.1
3.7

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds
Fed funds

1 Overnight**
2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4
Floating rate
5 More than one month and less than one
year
.
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

10,320,708

Other

Months
2 6 Total long-term . . . .
27 Fixed rate (thousands ot 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

4,467,902

939

41

6.53

.15

51.4

88.6

5.7

739,495
9,150
32,246
28,574
669,526

1,076
28
225
663
3,942

40
51
47
53
39

5.98
8.59
6.96
7.04
5.86

.26
.13
.36
.59
.45

46.5
90.1
79.7
53.8
44.0

73.0
41.1
74.0
89.9
72.7

7.5
.0
.0
18.5
7.5

Other
Other
Other
Domestic
Other

3,728,407
62,856
344,474
314,762
3,006,315

916
41
227
680
5,244

42
32
33
35
44

6.63
8.14
7.94
7.71
6.34

.16
.12
.08
.16
.42

52.4
88.2
74.7
67.0
47.6

91.7
85.1
87.H
88.5
92.6

5.4
2.9
4.8
14.7
4.5

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 1

Prime rate"

Nominal 8

LOANS MADH BHLOW PRIMK'"
37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7 . . .

10,142,873
5,910,688

8,149
6,327

13

5.07
5.07

4.95
4.95

13.1
9.3

55.0
74.7

113
4.9

7.25
7.23

6,369,364
5,976,470

3,804
4,180

115
*

5.4H
5.15

5.37
5.07

303
693

84. 6
30.1

9.4
2.4

7.24
7.25

41 Total short-term

28,399,395

5,376

37

5,18

5.07

28.0

60.5

7.7

7.24

42 Fixed rate .
43 Floating rate

20,242,501
8,156,894

5,723
4,672

24
108

5.20
5.13

5.08
5.04

17.4
543

68.0
41.7

8.8
4,8

7.25
7.23

Months
44 Total long-term

2,542,646

3,377

40

5.39

5.30

35.5

89.3

5.8

7.25

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

584,871
1,957,775

2,270
3,952

39
40

5.43
5.39

535
5.29

39.1
34.4

743
93.8

8.3
5.1

7.25
7.25

130



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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, 1994
OTHER BANKS
1 Overnight 6

1,517,575

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6 Fixed rate
7 Floating rate
8 Demand7
9 Fixed rate
10 Floating rate
1 1 Total short-term

4,308

4.94

.40

15.9

71.6

7.8

Foreign

995,317
668,681
326,636

210
312
126

19
16
26

6.41
5.64
7.98

.24
.37
.16

39.1
22.1
74.1

84.3
82.0
89.1

3.2
3.3
3.1

Prime
Other
Prime

4,582,931
1,915,498
2,667,433

86
76
95

182
131
218

7.35
6.60
7.89

.17
.24
.22

57.6
36.2
72.9

71.7
59.5
80.4

4.2
4.7
3.8

Prime
Other
Prime

4,521,330
488,756
4,032,574

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4
Floating rate

145
141
146

7.82
6.13
8.02

.21
.43
.19

80.5
53.9
83.7

77.2
92.2
75.4

4.9
28.6
2.1

Prime
Fed funds
Prime

11,617,152

130

120

7.14

.18

59.5

74.9

4.9

Prime

12 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99

4,590,509
434,935

100-499
500-999
1,000-4,999
5,000-9,999

261,233
151,031
1,090,457
501,858

18

10,000 or more

64
152
116
71
47
52
53

5.86
8.99
7.72
6.01
5.67
5.47
5.18

.26
.19
.21
.54
.12
.15
.16

29.3
84.6
73.2
39.6
33.8
31.9
9.2

70.2
30.7
45.8
72.8
79.2
82.5
73.6

8.1
.4

14
15
16
17

147
15
169
680
2,349
6,220
16,398

7.2
12.0
19.9
5.1

Other
Other
Other
Fed funds
Fed funds
Foreign
Foreign

120
23
198
651
1,890
6,578
13,098

197
188
188
212
183
224
317

7.97
8.73
8.30
7.82
7.64
7.13
7.46

.19
.07
.07
.12
.16
.41
.91

79.2
83.5
80.9
80.5
81.1
65.7
64.5

77.9
83.0
83.8
83.2
81.1
64.4
37.6

2.8
2.0
3.7
3.0
3.4
.0
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Domestic

2,150,996

19 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
20
1-99
21
100-499

7,026,643
1,082,565
1,896,231

22
23
24

500-999
1,000-4,999
5,000=9,999

984,426
2,121,011
356,298

25

10,000 or more

, ...

586,1

7.1

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

2,165,221

102

47

7.77

.15

77.3

70.9

5.1

Prime

866,350
186,770
112,348
25,244
541,988

72
16
197
615
4,335

46
56
41
34
45

7.34
8.91
8.41
7.39
6.58

.28
.26
.34
.46
.79

62.3
94.3
89.3
69.0
45.4

75.3
29.4
49.2
88.6
96.0

1.6
.0
4.0
7.3
1.3

Prime
Other
Other
Prime
Prime

1,298,871
212,593
425,308
131,036
529,934

143
33
192
674
2,113

47
60
41
40

8.05
8.58
8.19
7.69
7.81

.12
.18
.14
.14
.32

87.3
93.6
88.2
76.9
86.5

68.0
56.8
61.5
80.8
74.5

7.5
2.3
5.3
16.6
9.2

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate9

Nominal 8

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight)
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand7

1,515,936
699,251

5,065
1,145

17

4.94
5.40

4.82
5.26

15.8
20.3

71.5
87.3

7.8
3.8

7.25
7.31

1,682,629
831,978

263
541

140
*

5.60
5.68

5.49
5.65

29.3
46.2

72.6
86.5

6.1
12.5

7.40
7.48

41 Total short-term

4,729,795

534

64

5.37

5.27

26.6

76.9

7.4

7.36

42 Fixed rate .
43 Floating rate

3,651,013
1,078,782

726
282

40
195

5.15
6.11

5.05
6.03

20.4
47.6

75.0
83.4

2.7

7.29
7.57

Months
44 Total long-term

528,707

182

39

5.80

5.77

34.1

85.4

4.6

7.61

45 Fixed rate .
46 Floating rate

343,426
185,281

172
204

33
49

5.34
6.65

5.32
6.61

15.1
69.4

89.4
78.0

1.1
11.2

7.41
8.00




131

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94*—Continued

Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of

Weighted
average^
maturity 2

ftnlhtrvl

Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective 3

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
((percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rates

November 2-6, 1994
Auu BANKS
10,570,165

7,273

*

5.42

.30

6.9

61.7

2.5

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3 Fixed rate
4 Floating rate

7,151,688
5,707,679
1 ,444,009

1,442
2,090
647

16
15
20

5.90
5.81
6.24

.17
.23
.24

16.7
14.6
24.9

75.7
71.9
90.5

9.1
7.8
14.5

Foreign
Foreign
Domestic

5 More than one month and less than one
year
...
()
Fixed rate
7 Floating rate

9,629,578
4,027,506
5,602,072

222
209
232

144
128
156

7.10
6.65
7.43

.13
.16
.20

38.4
26.1
47.3

71.2
69.0
72.7

H.I
10.4
6.3

Prime
Other
Prime

12,371,169
3,108,504
9,262,665

273
682
227

$
$

7.11
5.73
7.57

.16
.21
.19

59.4
20.8
72.4

65.6
67.0
65. 1

6.0
9.0
4.9

Prime
Other
Prime

1 1 Total short-term ,

39,722,599

417

56

6.44

.14

32.7

67.7

6.1

Other

12 Fixed rule (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100 499
15 500-999
1 6 1 ,000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
18
10, OCX) or more .

23,319,453
321,109
362,424
360,853
3,520,905
4,153,555
14,600,608

833
14
209
683
2,237
6,667
19,924

31
151
178
67
49
32
20

5.77
7.90
7.86
6.74
6.26
5.79
5.52

.16
.28
.25
.16
.11
.07
.07

14.0
89.1
74.4
49.3
263
13.1
7.3

66.0
43.4
70.8
79.3
75.0
69.0
63.1

5.9
.5
H.9
7.4
8.7
7.8
4.7

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
1 0 000 or more

16,403,147
1,304,664
2,622,323
1,333,227
3,686,615
1,747,467
5,708,850

244
26
201
674
2,031
6,723
26,385

127
173
181
178
151
139
75

7.39
9.16
B.63
8.34
7.90
6.95
6.01

.19
.04
.04
.11
.16
.26
.33

59.2
81.9
76.9
74.3
59.1
55.6
43.6

70.1
85.7
88.9
89.9
81.6
75.7
44.3

6.5
1.8
6.0
6.9
10.5
5.1
5.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

5,101,450

241

43

7.53

.15

66.7

79.S

9.4

Prime

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

1,142,213
156,211
139,718
39,829
806,455

11H
18
176
743
3,937

45
52
61
47
40

7.30
9.42
8.70
6.97
6.66

.25
.21
.21
.33
.32

55.S
93.2
89.3
45.3
43.3

61.4
26.7
38.7
93.1
70.4

13
.3
3.7
11.1
.5

Other
Other
Other
Foreign
Other

32 Floating rate (thousands of dollars) . . . .
31
1 -99
34
100=499
35 500 999
36
1 ,(KK) or more

3,959,237
188,084
543,924
355,980
2,871,249

345
25
219
671
3,535

43
43
40
33
44

7.59
9.21
8.43
8.15
7.26

.15
.12
.06
.07
.24

69.9
84.6
80.5
69.7
66.9

84.7
60.2
84.3
85.9
86.2

11.8
2.6
9.0
10.0
B.l

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

1 Overnight 0

8 Demand 7
9
Fixed rate
10 Flouting rate

....

Other

Months

Loan rule (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime rate1'

Nominal 3 *

LOANS MAIM; BKLOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
..
40 Demand 7

10,411,088
6,702,374

9,326
3,537

15

5.38
5.71

5.24
5.56

5.9
12.9

61.2
75.2

2.5
9.1

7.75
7.76

6,278,878
6,575,625

866
2,347

123

6.25
5.67

6.10
5.60

18.2
44.1

69.8
44.6

8.9
6.0

7.86
7.77

4 ! Total short-term

29,967,965

2,294

38

5.70

5.57

18.4

62.5

6.1

7.78

21,982,618
7,985,347

2,554
1,791

26
93

5.61
5.94

5.48
5.82

10.0
41.5

65.5
54.3

5.6
7.5

7.77
7.81

44 Total long-term

2,436,498

694

43

6.29

6.20

52.3

81.0

10.0

7.86

45 F'ixed rate
46 Floating rate .

678,754
1,757,743

296
1,450

39
45

6.11
6.36

6.06
6.26

33.6
59.5

68.2
86.0

1.7
13.2

7.98
7.82

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

,

!j!

Months

132



63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Type of maturity of loan

Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
Days

Loan rate (percent)
Weighted
average
effective-1

Standard
error4

Loans
secured
by
collateral
(percent)

Loans
made
under
commitment
(percent)

Participation
loans
(percent)

Most
common
base
pricing
rate5

November 2-6, 1994
LARGE BANKS
1 Overnight 6

8,310,684

8,686

*

5.44

.29

6.9

59.6

3.2

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate . . . .
. .
4
Floating rate

4,907,686
3,726,357
1,181,329

3,531
4,627
2,021

5.89
5.86
5.99

.14
.09
.24

15.3
14.4
18.3

76.0
70.3
94.0

10.9
8.8
17.4

Other
Other
Domestic

5 More than one month and less than one
year
6
Fixed rate
7
Floating rate

17
16
20
j

4,680,359
1,992,410
2,687,948

959
2,849
643

139
113
159

6.95
6.67
7.15

.13
.16
.18

33.0
23.5
40.0

87.8
82.5
91.7

8.2
10.8
6.3

Foreign
Foreign
Prime

7,254,433
2,233,978
5,020,455

481
2,662
353

*
*
*

6.59
5.58
7.04

.16
.20
.17

55.6
13.9
74.1

56.1
63.0
53.0

5.8
5.5
5.9

Fed funds
Other
Prime

8 Demand7
9
Fixed rate
10
Floating rate

Other

1 1 Total short-term

25,153,161

1,128

42

6.14

.13

27.4

67.0

6.4

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

16,204,104
14,442
107,938
211,868
2,458,832
2,971,849
10,439,174

4,922
31
244
695
2,223
6,972
19,397

21
120
56
56
38
21
17

5.71
7.46
6.89
6.73
6.29
5.76
5.52

.13
.17
.17
.16
.11
.09
.10

11.6
71.9
50.2
49.9
24.6
13.4
6.8

65.2
65.0
76.2
85.0
73.0
63.9
63.2

5,5
.5
2.4
5.6
5.1
6.0
5.5

Other
Other
Other
Domestic
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

8,949,058
389,746
1,170,265
641,668
1,677,955
886,054
4,183,370

471
35
205
671
2,034
6,458
26,311

115
170
166
159
139
124
86

6.92
8.90
8.53
8.18
7.49
6.44
5.97

.18
.11
.09
.09
.11
.09
.33

56.0
81.5
76.6
70.2
44.3
41.5
53.5

70.4
90.9
90.9
91.5
89.4
74.1
51.0

7.9
.9
5.4
8.3
12.3
8.3
7.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign
Fed funds

26 Total long-term

3,003,770

742

43

7.31

.14

63.1

87.1

12.7

Prime

381,797
6,532
34,924
24,062
316,279

798
30
260
748
3,412

40
44
51
49
38

6.61
9.21
7.82
6.94
6.40

.25
.24
.26
.39
.46

39.3
82.1
70.4
39.0
35.0

78.3
47.1
84.1
93.5
77.1

.7
.0
.0
3.7
.5

Foreign
Other
Other
Foreign
Foreign

2,621,972
45,766
309,837
242,825
2,023,544

735
32
239
666
4,230

43
29
34
33
47

7.41
8.60
8.40
8.15
7.14

.13
.11
.08
.09
.25

66,6
89.9
77.2
66.8
64.4

88.3
88.1
89.8
85.3
88.5

14,5
4.9
7.2
9.9
16.4

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

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) . . . .
3 3 1-99
. . . .
34
100-499
35
500-999
36
1 000 or more

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective 3

Prime ratcy

Nominal"

LOANS MADE BELOW PRIME'"
8,155,946
4,682,197

9,941
4,878

*
17

5.39
5.77

5.25
5.61

5.5
12.9

58.8
75.6

3.2
11.0

7.75
7.76

3,370,706
4,772,353

3,047
3,888

132

6.27
5.58

6.12
5.49

22.5
48.7

87.8
36.4

7.9
4.6

7.81
7.76

41 Total short-term

20,981,201

5,100

33

5.66

5.52

19.7

62.1

6.0

7.77

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

15,522,778
5,458,423

5,755
3,853

20
97

5.59
5.84

5.46
5.71

9.2
49.6

64.1
56.5

5.2
8.5

7.76
7.79

44 Total long-term

1,566,468

2,636

47

6.25

6.14

53.3

85.8

13.4

7.87

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

298,447
1,268,021

1,688
3,038

41
49

6.06
6.30

5.98
6.18

27.0
59.4

75.5
88.2

.3
16.5

8.05
7.82

37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year
40 Demand 7

#

Months




133

63. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Survey of commercial and industrial loans, 1993-94'—Continued
Amount of
loans
(thousands of
dollars)

Type of maturity of loan

Average
size
(thousands of
dollars)

Weighted
average
maturity 2
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, 1994
OTHKR BANKS
1 Overnight 6

2,259,481

4,551

*

5.34

.34

7.2

69.6

.1

2 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
3
Fixed rate
4
Floating rate
...

2,244,002
1,981,322
262,680

628
1,029
160

14
13
21

5.90
5.71
7.37

.20
.27
.28

19.6
15.0
54.5

75.1
75.1
74.8

5.3
5.8
1.5

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

4,949,219
2,035,096
2,914,123

128
109
146

149
143
153

7.25
6.62
7.69

.15
.19
.23

43.6
28.7
53.9

55.5
55.8
55.2

7.9
10.1
6.4

Prime
Other
Prime

5,116,736
874,526
4,242,210

169
235
159

*
*

7.84
6.12
8.20

.18
.29
.18

64.9
38,4
70.4

79.0
77.0
79.4

6.2
18.0
3.7

Prime
Other
Prime

14,569,438

200

82

6.96

.16

41.7

68.9

5.7

Prime

7,115,349
306,666
254,486
148,985
1,062,073
1,181,706
4,161,434

288
14
197
667
2,270
6,006
21,382

51
151
225
83
71
56
29

5.90
7.92
8.28
6.75
6.20
5.85
5.52

.19
.31
.31
.28
.27
.10
.06

19.4
89.9
84.7
48.3
30.3
12.5
8.3

68.0
42.4
68.5
71.3
79.6
81.9
62.8

6.7
.5
11.7
10.1
17.2
12.3
2.5

7,454,089
914,918
1,452,058
691,559
2,008,660
861,414
1,525,481

155
24
197
677
2,028
7,020
26,590

141
174
189
196
162
192
49

7.96
9.28
8.71
8.49
8.25
7.47
6.10

.19
.06
.04
.18
.20
.42
.56

63.1
82.0
77.1
78.1
71.6
70.0
16.5

69.9
83.5
87.3
88.4
75.1
77.4
25.7

4.7
2.2
6,4
5.5
9.1
1.8
.0

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Foreign

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
1 5 500 =999
16
1,000=4,999
17
5,000-9 999
18
10 000 or more

..

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

Fed funds
Foreign
Foreign
Prime

Foreign
Other
Prime
Other
Fed funds
Other
Foreign

Months
26 Total long-term
27 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars) . . . . . .
28
1-99
29
1 00-499
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

2,097,680

122

43

7.84

.18

71.9

68.6

4.6

Prime

760,416
149,679
104,794
15,767
490,175

82
18
159
735
4,370

47
53
65
43
41

7.64
9.43
9.00
7.01
6.83

.33
.23
.21
.69
.42

64.1
93.7
95.6
54.9
48.6

52.9
25.8
23.6
92.4
66.1

1.6
.3
5.0
22 4
" '.5

Other
Other
Other
Prime
Prime

1,337,265
142,318
234,087
113,155
847,705

169
23
197
681
2,539

41
47
48
34
39

7.95
9.41
8.46
8.17
7.54

.17
.07
.17
.21
.39

76.3
82.9
85.0
75.8
72.9

77.5
51.3
77.0
87.2
80.7

6.4
1.8
11.4
10.1
5.3

Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime
Prime

Loan rate (percent)
Days

Effective3

Prime rate"

Nominal"

LOANS MADH BELOW PRIME'"
37 Overnight 6
38 One month or less (excluding overnight) .
39 More than one month and less than one
year ,
. . . .
40 Demand 7

2,255,142
2,020,177

7,622
2,160

*
13

5.33
5.58

5.20
5.43

7.1
13.0

69.6
74.4

.1
4.8

7.75
7.76

2,908,172
1,803,272

473
1,146

114
*

6.23
5.90

6.08
5.89

13.2
31.9

48.9
66.1

10.0
9.9

7.91
7.77

41 Total short-term

8,986,764

1,004

50

5,79

5.67

15,4

63.3

6.3

7.81

42 Fixed rate
43 Floating rate

6,459,840
2,526,924

1,093
831

41
85

5.65
6.16

5.52
6.06

12.1
23.8

68.8
49.3

6.7
5.3

7.79
7.86

Months
44 Total long-term

870,030

299

36

6.36

6.32

50.6

72.6

3.9

7.86

45 Fixed rate
46 Floating rate

380,308
489,722

179
616

37
35

6.16
6.52

6.12
6.47

38.7
59.8

62.6
80.4

2.8
4.7

7.93
7.79

134



64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941
Millions of dollars except as noted
March 3 1
All states

2

New York

California

Illinois

Item
IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

693,624

314,017

524,978

249,141

75,858

35,571

58,313

21,646

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

618,010
140,831
2,737
22
92,707

182,722
118,077
0
n.a.
74,206

461,853
120,465
2,579
15
79,051

148,146
99,534
0
n.a.
61,915

69,913
8,003
21
1
5,070

17,184
7,371
0
n.a.
4,487

57,254
10,879
103
1
7,920

12,306
10,270
0
n.a.
7,512

87,437

71,125

74,505

59,112

4,686

4,314

7,745

7,412

1 3 Total securities and loans

Total
including
IBFs'
1 Total assets4

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

IBFs
only

46 Assets held in trading accounts
47 All other assets
48
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
49
U.S. addressees (domicile)
50
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
5 1 Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
52 Net due from related depository institutions 5
53
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions5
..
54
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5

384

173

175

100

2,894
42

2,884
42

2,843
33

2,759
33

43,940
492

43,183
n.a.

37,588
423

37,054
n.a.

2,852
17

2,842
n.a.

2,811
11

2,726
n.a.

55,931

252,991

40,926

56,742

9,248

35,654

1,670

13,428
n.a.

76,160
24,676

12,213
n.a.

4,970
1,609

781
n.a.

2,620
259

421
n.a.

n.a.

20,585

n.a.

240

n.a.

41

n.a.

13,428
0
0

30,899
0
0

12,213
0
0

3,120
0
0

781
0
0

2,320
0
0

421
0
0

39,377
10,224
5,096
24,057

37 Commercial and industrial loans
38
U S addressees (domicile) .
39
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
40 Acceptances of other banks
41
U S banks
42
Foreign banks
43 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
44 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities (secured and
unsecured)
45 All other loans

2,802
37,619
565

36,682
0
0

Total loans, gross, by category
27 Real estate loans
28 Loans to depository institutions
29 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
30
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
31
Other commercial banks in United States
..
32 Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
.
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
35
Other banks in foreign countries
36 Loans to other financial institutions

4,545
38,397
809

21,007

....

3,081
43,871
688

84,311
26,622

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
21
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
22
Commercial banks in United States
23 Other

5,270
44,872
933

371,426

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
Securities of foreign governmental units
19
All other

24 Total loans gross
25
LBSS' Unearned income on loans
26
EQUALS' Loans net
.

Total
including
IBFs

3,144
2,349
240
556

35,378
8,596
4,747
22,035

2,863
2,110
240
513

646
475
85
86

49
39
0
10

2,926
929
78
1,918

208
180
0
28

287,235
121
287,115

42,511
8
42,503

176,910
79
176,831

28,717
5
28,712

51,792
20
51,772

8,469
2
8,467

33,043
9
33,033

1,249
0
1,248

43,261
43,250
20,263
18,302
1,961

461
28,245
10,704
10,475
229

24,116
28,863
12,328
11,055
1,274

273
18,153
6,052
5,873
179

12,789
8,982
6,148
6,071
77

• 173
6,789
4,062
4,052
10

3,886
1,884
1,569
1,045
524

13
841
553
538
15

61
22,926
714
22,212
21,395

0
17,542
522
17,019
820

61
16,474
499
15,975
17,799

0
12,101
327
1 1 ,775
715

0
2,834
205
2,629
1,426

0
2,727
195
2,532
15

0
315
0
315
1,670

0
288
0
288
49

159,939
141,239
18,700
809
339
470

10,071
57
10,014
30
0
30

90,602
77,243
13,359
532
298
234

7,055
31
7,024
23
0
23

27,921
25,654
2,268
60
17
43

1,428
13
1,416
0
0
0

23,550
22,890
660
34
1
33

308
0
308
0
0
0

4,193

2,666

3,138

2,312

159

63

188

37

9,188
4,508

53
121

8,705
2,462

53
90

271
183

0
0

128
1,701

0
0

16,209
50,167
13,228
10,002
3,226
36,939
75,614

110
5,460
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,460
131,295

13,766
39,253
8,983
6,425
2,559
30,270
63,125

77
4,747
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,747
100,995

147
4,376
2,873
2,670
204
1,502
5,945

33
483
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
483
18,387

2,281
5,514
733
594
139
4,781
1,059

0
158
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
158
9,340

75,614

n.a.

63,125

n.a.

5,945

n.a.

1,059

n.a.

n.a.

131,295

n.a.

100,995

n.a.

18,387

n.a.

9,340

55 Total liabilities4

693,624

314,017

524,978

249,141

75,858

35,571

58,313

21,646

56 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

581,435

294,370

471,453

235,449

57,523

35,057

37,087

18,289




135

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
March 31
All states

2

Item

New York

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

136,356
93,344
80,038
13,306
22,876
13,268
9,608
8,558
2,951
5,607

225,117
11,525
153
11,372
69,413
63,132
6,281
124,937
4,572
120,365

119,382
79,469
71,884

203,854
7,442
152
7,290
64,962
59,362
'5,600
115,535

3,810

19,190
52

Total
excluding
IBFs1
57 Total deposits and credit balances
58 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
U.S. addressees (domicile)
60
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
61
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
62
U.S. brunches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
63
Other commercial banks in United States
64 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
65
66
Other banks in foreign countries
67 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
68 All other deposits and credit balances
69 Certified and official checks
70 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs)
71
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
72
U.S. addressees (domicile)
73
Non-U.S, addressees (domicile)
74 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
75
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
76
Other commercial banks in United States
77 Banks in foreign countries
78
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
79
Other banks in foreign countries
80 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
81 All other deposits and credit balances
82 Certified and official checks

8,901
7,105
5,263
1,842
86
15
72
891
!
890

7,258
5,757
4,624

365
104
349

323
82
297

83 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and
credit balances)
84 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
85
U.S. addressees (domicile)
86
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
87 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
88
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
89
Other commercial banks in United States
90
Banks in foreign countries
91
Foreign branches of U.S. bunks
92
Other banks in foreign countries
93
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
94 All other deposits and credit balances
95 Certified and official checks
96 N on trans action accounts (including MMDAs, excluding
IBFs}
97 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
98
U.S. addressees (domicile)
99
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
100 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
101
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
102
Other commercial banks in United States
103 Banks in foreign countries
104
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
105
Other banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
107 All other deposits and credit balances
108 IBF deposit liabilities
109 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
110
U.S. addressees (domicile)
1! 1
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
112 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
113
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
114
Other commercial banks in United States
115 Banks in foreign countries
116
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
117
Other banks in foreign countries
118 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
119 All other deposits and credit balances

136



7,418
349

7,584

20,943
12,134
8,810
8,259
2,951

4,157

5,308

111,378

3,517

15,862
52

6,897
297

Total
excluding
IBFs

Illinois

IBKs
only

4,502
4,180
2,593
1,587
76
63
13
33
0
33

6,014
341
0

183
II
19

753
0

341
2,155
1,873
282
2,765
268
2,497

345
279
217
61
9
0
9
24
0
24

1,133

71
10

60
729
0
728

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

5,064
3,986
3,136
849
935
418
518
62
0
62

10,587
147
0

3

2,307
0

72
7

147
2,034
1,660

375
6,098
137
5,961

323
310
306
4
0
0
0

2

0

3
19

834

1,052
65
7
58
680
0
680

287
236
189
47
I
0
0
24
0
24

335
79
349

305
65
297

3
5
19

127,455
86,240
74,775
11,464
22,790
13,254
9,536
7,668
2,950
4,717

112,124
73,712
67,261
20,873
12,123
8,749
7,530
2,950
4,580

3,901
2,376
1,525
67
63
4
9
0
9

3,445
7,3H

3,194
6,815

S80
0

7,027
5,616

8,355
6,686
5,127
1,559
71
II
60
835

4,564

1

309
297
293
4
0
0
0
2
0

4,741
3,675
2,830
845
935
418
518
60
0

4,157

6,451

60

0
71
6,014
341
0

10,587

111,378

341
2,155
1,873
282
2,765
268
2,497

147
2,034
1,660
375
6,098
137
5,961

15,862
52

753
0

2,307
0

225,117
11,525
153
11,372
69,413
63,132
6,281
124,937
4,572
120,365

203,854
7,442
152
7,290
64,962
59,362
5,600
115,535
4,157

19,190
52

147
0

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted

March 3 1
All states
Total
including
IBFs3
120 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
..
121
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
122 Other commercial banks in United States
..
123 Other . . .
..
1 24 Other borrowed money
125 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
126 Owed to U.S. offices of nonrelated U,S. banks
127 Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
..
..
128 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
129 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U.S. banks
1 30 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
HI Owed to others
..
....

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Illinois

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

LBFs
only

IBFs
only

60,117
12,095
11,163
36,859
115,105

6,669
2,339
292
4,038
58,352

49,569
8,345
8,427
32,797
63,738

4,100
961
226
2,913
23,835

5,864
2,744
2,006
1,115
37,254

2,140
1,159
46
935
26,463

4,482
929
696
2,857
1 1 ,906

396
196
20
180
7,200

40,100
9,728

21,510
1,979

16,176
5,718

4,688
413

19,090
2,734

14,255
1,226

3,511
972

2,233
322

30,371
36,474
1,660
34,814
38,531

19,532
34,253
1,616
32,636
2,589

10,457
18,983
639
18,344
28,579

4,275
16,954
610
16,344
2,193

16,356
12,016
677
11,339
6,148

13,028
1 1 ,892
672
11,220
316

2,539
4,889
313
4,576
3,505

1,911
4,888
313
4,575
79

132 All other liabilities . , . .
. ...
133 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding . . . .
134 Trading liabilities
135 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

44,740

4,232

34,910

3,659

3,888

440

5,049

106

13,935
0
30,805

n.a.
0
4,232

9,701
0
25,209

n.a.
0
3,659

2,867
0
1,021

n.a.
0
440

676
0
4,373

n.a.
0
106

1 36 Net owed to related depository institutions 5
1 37 Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions 5 . . . .
138 Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions 3

112,189

19,647

53,524

13,692

18,335

513

21,226

3,357

112,189

n.a.

53,524

n.a.

18,335

n.a.

21,226

n.a.

n.a.

19,647

n.a.

13,692

n.a.

513

n.a.

3,357

0

880
920

0

119
1

0

42
10

139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147

MKMO
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
...

1,140
940

A

3,397

2,431

720

92

98,370
55,623
42,747

54,732
30,093
24,639

16,935
10,462
6,473

15,942
11,355
4,588

n.a.

61,568
19,273
42,295

n.a.

V

10,986
4,151
6,835

v

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

132,614
96,260

t
I

117,475
85,664

t

4,968
2,903

9,056

1,167

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

10,998
Total
including
IBFs1

152 Market value of securities held
153 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
. ..
154 Number of reports filed 6




n.a.

n.a.

7,608
2,965
4,644

IBFs
only3

25,356

n.a.

35,870
10,940
24,930

Total
excluding
IBFs3
148 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts including IBFs
...
149 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
150 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or
more
. ..
151 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

0
A

22,756

n.a.

898

t
l

5,189
3,421

n.a.

1,093
676

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

IBFs
only

t
I

n .a.

IBFs
only

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

71,157
551

n.a.
0

34,541
258

n.a.
0

27,939
127

n.a.
0

7,083
49

n.a.
0

137

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1994'—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
All states2

New York

Total
including
IBFs^
1 Total assets4

Illinois

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Tola!
including;
IBFs"

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

IBFs
only

. ...

708,397

318,998

540,954

259,167

74,222

33,189

59,123

19,468

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 . . . .
..
ID
Foreign branches of U S banks
..
11
Other banks in foreign countries and foreign central
banks
..
12
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks

633,005
144,389
3,455
24
86,921

183,836
118,324
0
n.a.
66,891

479,105
126,711
3,308
17
75,551

152,311
102,676
0
n.a.
57,100

67,382
6,73?
11
1
4,468

15,925
6,131
0
n.a.
3,903

57,351
9,683
90
1
6,360

1 1 ,072
8,828
0
n.a.
5,695

81,720

64,355

71,062

54,813

4,119

3,77K

6,169

5,575

5,201

2,535

4,489

2,287

349

126

190

120

53,375
901

51,434
761

47,284
810

45,577
681

2,235
47

2,228
46

^,223
43

3,133
33

52,475
613

50,672
n.a.

46,474
550

44,895
n.a.

2,188
22

2,181
n.a.

3,181
9

3,101
n.a.

) 3 Total securities and loans

368,214

55,083

250,749

40,431

55,378

9,105

35,702

1,756

87,448
28,148

12,850
n.a.

80,303
27,142

1 1 ,676
n.a.

4,207
626

692
n.a.

2,315
2H7

464
n.a.

21,142

n.a.

20,608

n.a.

320

n.a.

39

n.a.

38,158
0
0

12,850
0
0

32,554
0
0

1 1 ,676
0
0

3,261
0
0

692
0
0

1 ,989
0
0

464
0
0

50,794
13,616
10,732
26,446

5,379
4,250
232
896

46,147
11,361
10,266
24,520

4,930
3,801
232
896

674
4EB
94
92

147
14?
0
0

3,475
1,522
220
1 ,733

297
297
0
0

280,898
132
280,766

42,24!
8
42,233

170,524
78
170,445

28,759
4
28,754

51,194
23
51,170

8,416
2
8,414

33,396
9
33,387

1 ,292
0
1 ,292

42,122
40,408
19,198
17,242
1,956

411
27,725
10,491
10,140
351

23,491
26,283
1 1 ,275
10,124
1,150

211
17,972
5,837
5,593
244

12,875
8,728
5,945
5,757
188

185
6,619
3,972
3,886
87

3,694
2,030
1 ,693
1,131
562

13
H78
566
546
20

17
21,193
735
20,458
20,419

9
17,225
695
16,531
1,078

17
14,991
370
14,621
16,786

9
12,125
338
11,788
925

0
2,784
355
2,429
1,235

0
2,647
355
2 292
"'"21

0
337
0
337
1,845

0
312
0
312
50

160,787
141,727
19,060
966
343
623

10,139
65
10,075
61
0
60

90,629
77,254
13,375
658
299
359

7,067
37
7,030
53
0
53

27,660
25,125
2,536
68
IB
49

1 ,530
14
1,517
0
0
0

23,698
23,026
672
43
3
40

332
0
332
0
0
0

3,771

2,659

2,844

2,392

175

61

111

18

6,546
4,573

10
116

6,143
2,383

10
88

205
247

0
()

130
1 ,785

0

14,477
55,131
13,069
9,809
3,260
42,061
75,392

133
4,917
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,917
135,161

12,078
43,420
8,965
6,347
2,618
34,455
61,848

133
4,141
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,141
106,856

63
4,530
2,821
2,610
211
1 ,709
6,840

0
541
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
541
17,264

2,330
6,160
670
578
92
5,490
1,772

0
191
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
191
8,396

75,392

n.a.

61,848

n.a.

6,840

n.a.

.....

14 Total securities, book value
...
..
......
15
U S Treasury
16
Obligations of U.S. government agencies and
corporations
.
..
17
Other bonds, notes, debentures, and corporate stock
(including state and local securities)
.
..
18
Securities of foreign governmental units
19
All other
. . . .
20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
21
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
22
Commercial banks in United States
23
Other
24 Total loans gross
25
LKSS: Unearned income on loans . .
26
EQUAIJT Loans net

..

...
..

Total loans, gross, by category
27 Real estate loans
28 Loans to depository institutions
..
29
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
30
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . . . .
31
Other commercial banks in United States
32
Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
,
33
Banks in foreign countries
...
34
Foreign branches of U S bunks
35
Other banks in foreign countries
..
36 Loans to other financial institutions
37 Commercial and industrial loans
38
U.S addressees (domicile)
39
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
40 Acceptances of other banks
41
U S banks .
..
.
42
Foreign banks
43 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
..
44 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities (secured and
unsecured)
45 All other loans

..
..

46 Assets held in trading accounts
47 All other assets
48
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
49
U S addressees (domicile)
,.
50
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
51
Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . . .
5? Net due from related depository institutions 5
53
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions'*"
..
.
54
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions^

138



n.a.

...

n.a.

135,161

n.a.

106,856

n.a.

17,264

n.a.

8,396

708,397

5S Total liabilities4
56 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

1,772

0

318,998

540,954

259,167

74,222

33,189

59,123

19,468

596,287

295,713

487,053

241,699

56,665

32,445

37,463

16,057

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
All states2

New York

California

Item
Total
excluding
IBFs3

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

57 Total deposits and credit balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
U.S. addressees (domicile) .
60
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
61
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
62
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
63
Other commercial banks in United States
64 Banks in foreign countries
65
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
66
Other banks in foreign countries
67 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
68 All other deposits and credit balances
69 Certified and official checks

137,593
91,143
77,536
13,607
25,462
15,054
10,408
8,274
2,983

225,050
12,617

118,725
75,575
67,729
7,847
23,198
14,035

895

844

70 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs)
71
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
72
U.S. addressees (domicile)
73
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
74
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
75
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
76
Other commercial banks in United States
77
Banks in foreign countries
78
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
79
Other banks in foreign countries
80
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
81
All other deposits and credit balances
82 Certified and official checks

9,388

7,806
5,570
4,469

83 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and
credit balances)
84
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
96 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding
IBFs)
97
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
98
99
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
...............
100 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
101
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
102
Other commercial banks in United States
.........
103 Banks in foreign countries
.....................
104
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
...............
Other banks in foreign countries
...............
105
106 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
....................
107
All other deposits and credit balances
.............
108 IBF deposit liabilities
..........................
109
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
.........
1 10
U.S. addressees (domicile)
...................
1 11
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
...............
112 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
1 13
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
1 14
Other commercial banks in United States
.........
115
Banks in foreign countries
.....................
116
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
...........
1 17
Other banks in foreign countries
...............
118
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
....................
1 19
AH other deposits and credit balances
.............




5,291
4,732
7,087

160
12,457
65,233
59,048

6,185
127,222
3,824
123,398
19,947

32

6,871
5,104
1,767
86
33
53
967
1
966

9,163
8,016
2,983
5,033
4,420
6,672

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

205,656
8,765

4,963

6,238

4,319

160

2,604

8,605
60,968
55,568
5,400
118,504
3,470
115,034

1,715
386
86
299
47
0
47

369
0
369
2,164
1,981
183
3,019
147

17,388

186
6
20

32

2,872

686
0

328
258
204
54
2
1

Total
excluding
IBFs
7,079
'5,632
4,772

859
1,303
496
807
62
0
62

2
74
7

38
0
38

1,101
79
31
48
808
1
807

IBFs
only
8,683

79
0
79
1,939
1,350
589
5,099

198
4,901

1,566
0

322
308
304
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

409
160
895

362
144
844

4
6
20

2
3
7

8,796
6,423
4,929

7,531
5,411

307
293
289
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

2
3
7

1,494
73
22
5]
905
1
904

1,019
68
21
48
750
749

261
198
159
39
0
0
0
38
0
38

382
118
895

348
109
844

4
1
20

128,205
84,272
72,432
11,840
25,376
15,022
10,355
7,308
2,982
4,325

110,919
70,005
63,259
6,746
23,119
14,004

4,323
6,927

4,392

4,635
2,400

6,757
5,324
449
,6

7,208
2,982
4,226

1,661
384
86
298
9
0
9

855
1,302
496
807
60
0
60

4,059
6,528

182
0

0
71

4,061

9,115

225,050
12,617

205,656
8,765

160

160

12,457
65,233
59,048
127,222
3,824
123,398

8,605
60,968
55,568
5,400
118,504
3,470
115,034

19,947

17,388

32

32

6,185

6,238

8,683

369
0
369
2,164
1,981
183
3,019
147

79
0
79
1,939
1,350
589
5,099

2,872

198
4,901

686
0

1,566
0

139

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
June 30
All states2

New York

Illinois

California

Item
Total
including
IBFs'
120 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
121
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
122
Other commercial banks in United States
121 Other
1 24 Other borrowed money
125 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
1 26
Owed to U S offices of nonrelated U S banks . .
1 27
Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks .
...
..
..
...
128 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
129 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U S banks
1 30
Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks . . . . .
1 1 1 Owed to others

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

IBFs
only

68,150
13,002
8,225
46,923
116,557

12,622
2,448
257
9,917
53,570

56,455
H,695
5,631
42,129
67,838

8,649
865
72
7,712
23,585

5,696
3,262
1 ,956
478
35,802

1,631
1,223
125
283
24,073

5,500
843
562
4,095
10,525

2,240
274
60
1,907
5,003

38,500
9,203

20,149
1,849

15,615
5,212

5,183
550

18,468
2,743

13,045
976

2,814
731

1,468
252

29,297
32,873
1,527
31,346
45,184

18,300
30,834
1,491
29,343
2,587

10,403
18,162
619
17,542
34,061

4,632
16,323
586
15,737
2,079

15,725
10.792
660
10,132
6,542

12,069
10,666
660
10,006
363

2,084
3,391
227
3,164
4,320

1,216
3,390
227
3,163
145

112 All other liabilities
133
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
134 Trading liabilities
115
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

48,936

4,470

38,379

3,808

3,966

502

5,676

131

13,707
0
35,229

n.a.
0
4,470

9,523
0
28,856

n.a.
0
3,808

2,825
0
1,141

n.a.
0
502

670
0
5,005

n.a.
0
131

116 Net owed to related depository institutions^ .
137
Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions^
....
1 38
Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions^
...
...

112,110

23,285

53,900

17,469

17,557

744

21,660

3,411

112,110

n.a.

53,900

n.a.

17,557

n.a.

21,660

n.a.

n.a.

23,285

n.a.

17,469

n.a.

744

n.a.

3,411

1,106
973

0

867
924

0

103

0

A

jh

53
10

MtiMO

139 Non-interest bearing balances with commercial banks in
United States
,
140 Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
141 Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
.*
142 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less
143
Predetermined interest rates
144
Moating interest rates
145 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
146
Predetermined interest rates
147
Floating interest rates

3,569
96,847
53,446
43,401
63,940
19,567
44,373
Total
excluding
IBFs3

148 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts, including IBFs
149
Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more
1 50
Other time deposits in denominations of $ 1 00,000 or
more
151
Time CDs in denominations of $ 1 00,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

131,724
97,261
24,644
9,819
Total
including
IBFV

1 52 Market value of securities held
153 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
154 Number of reports filed^ .

140



it
930

53,779
29,322
24,457

n.a.

36,850
10,853
25,997

V

n.a.

78

16,429
9,373
7,056

2,400

15,577
10,607
4,970

11,232
4,186
7,046

1r

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

t

114,899
85,046

t

5,301
3,110

n.a.

I

21,592
8,261
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

n.a.

1

1,173
1,018
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

0

11

n.a.

y

8,121
3,174
4,947

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

t
i

6,985
5,280

n .a.

1 ,254
451

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

n.a.

V

IBFs
only

t
1

n.a.

IBFs
only

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

73,167
550

n.a.
0

36,582
256

n.a.
0

28,905
'127

n.a.
0

6,010
49

n.a.
0

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
All states
Total
including
IBFs3

2

New York

Illinois

California

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

718,413

318,573

549,754

258,360

71,415

32,475

60,715

20,379

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
.
..

640,113
149,519
2,466
23
92,389

190,135
127,134
0
n.a.
74,037

487,686
130,270
2,309
16
79,885

157,666
109,704
0
n.a.
62,943

65,250
6,344
8
2
4,509

15,068
5,786
0
n.a.
3,990

58,304
1 1 ,733
104
1
7,275

12,960
1 1 ,066
0
n.a.
6,790

87,310

71,028

76,212

60,886

4,273

3,950

6,277

5,878

13 Total securities and loans

1 Total assets4

5,079

..

Total loans, gross, by category
2 7 Real estate loans . . . .
28 Loans to depository institutions
29
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
30
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . . . .
31
Other commercial banks in United States
32
Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
33 Banks in foreign countries
.
..
...
34
Foreign branches of U S banks
35
Other banks in foreign countries
.
36 Loans to other financial institutions
37 Commercial and industrial loans
38
U.S. addressees (domicile)
39
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
40 Acceptances of other banks
41
U S banks
42
Foreign banks . . . .
..
43 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
44 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities (secured and
unsecured)
45 All other loans

40

998

912

1,796
42

4,343
136

4,275
]36

51,608
n.a.

46,247
447

45,467
n.a.

1,760
24

1,754
n.a.

4,207
9

4,140
n.a,

52,280

254,921

38,365

53,420

8,498

36,229

1,614

12,540
n.a.

80,256
25,736

11,352
n.a.

4,677
1,145

690
n.a.

2,591
452

478
n.a.

n.a.

20,337

n.a.

324

n.a.

36

n.a.

39,891
0
0

12,540
0
0

34,184
0
0

11,352
0
0

3,208
0
0

690
0
0

2,103
0
0

478
0
0

5,476
3,578
319
1,579

44,866
10,406
12,057
22,403

5,088
3,336
299
1,453

785
470
160
156

289
150
20
119

2,598
573
198
1,826

85
85
0
0

282,705
120
282,585

.

236

1,802
42

48,638
1 1 ,635
12,605
24,399

..

2,057
46,762
1,294

20,880

.

3,673
47,613
1,366

88,203
27,433

..

3,009
53,096
1,488

52,553
526

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
Commercial banks in United States
Other
..

39,748
8
39,740

174,738
74
174,665

27,017
4
27,013

48,768
25
48,743

7,811
2
7,809

33,646
8
33,638

1,136
0
1,136

40,860
38,181
17,518
15,407
'2,112

275
25,348
9,716
9,162
554

23,036
24,894
9,714
8,473
1,241

94
16,224
5,033
4,625
407

12,215
8,106
6,018
5,847
171

180
5,965
4,032
3,912
120

3,486
1,762
1,491
870
621

0
740
502
502
0

0
20,663
472
20,191
22,839

0
15,632
412
15,220
816

0
15,180
313
14,867
18,783

0
11,192
259
10,933
726

0
2,088
148
1,940
1,411

0
1,933
148
1,785
27

0
271
0
271
2,132

0
238
0
238
23

163,687
144,268
19,419
962
395
568

10,429
44
10,385
88
0
88

94,596
80,940
13,656
696
360
335

7,350
32
7,317
83
0
83

26,268
23,695
2,573
89
16
73

1,554
2
1,552
0
0
0

24,177
23,428
748
59
2
57

353
0
353
0
0
0

55 Total liabilities4
...

..

...

3,785

2,543

3,035

2,322

198

85

110

20

6,149
5,052

50
159

5,734
2,777

50
129

186
295

0
0

141
1,776

0
0

12,380
58,787
13,393
10,318
3,074
45,395
78,301

88
5,157
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,157
128,438

10,235
47,394
9,099
6,547
2,552
38,295
62,068

48
4,460
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,460
100,695

113
4,588
2,958
2,759
198
1,630
6,165

40
455
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
455
17,407

2,030
5,714
672
645
28
5,041
2,412

0
196
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
196
7,419

78,301

n.a.

62,068

n.a.

6,165

n.a.

2,412

n.a.

n.a.

128,438

n.a.

100,695

n.a.

17,407

n.a.

7,419

718,413

46 Assets held in trading accounts
47 All other assets
48
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
49
U.S. addressees (domicile)
50
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
5 1 Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
52 Net due from related depository institutions 5
53
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions 5
54
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5




IBFs
only

54,115
1,562

21
22
23

56 Liabilities to nonrelated parties . .

IBFs
only

370,788

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
Securities of foreign governmental units
19
A l l other
.
.
.
.

24 Total loans, gross .
25
LFSS* Unearned income on loans
26
EQUALS: Loans, net

Total
including
IBFs

318,573

549,754

258,360

71,415

32,475

60,715

20,379

604,161

300,024

494,200

244,947

54,476

32,098

38,153

17,266

141

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1994'—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
All states

2

New York

Illinois

California

Item
Total
excluding

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBRs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

57 Total deposits and credit balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile) ,
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
60
61 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
62
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
63
Other commercial banks in United States
64 Banks in foreign countries
65
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
66
Other banks in foreign countries
67 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
68 All other deposits and credit balances
69 Certified and official checks

151,021
102,347
88,589
13,758
26,021
14,024
11,997
9,089
3,763
5,326

230,640
13,087
287
12,800
69,751
63,919
5,832
125,631
3,564
122,067

129,185
84,521
76,701
7,820
23,298
12,964
10,334
8,850
3,762
5,088

210,373
9,086
287
8,799
65,125
60,026
5,099
117,069
3,229
113,840

4,866
4,230
2,456
1,774
381
77
303
41
0
40

5,321
501
0
501
1,934
1,708
226
2,235
70
2,165

7,835
6,061
5,204
858
1,610

5,610
7,584
370

21,956
214

5,297
6,898
322

18,993
99

188
6
21

652
0

3
131
7

70 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs)
71
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
72
U.S. addressees (domicile)
73
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
74
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
75
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
76
Other commercial banks in United States
77
Banks in foreign countries
78
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
79
Other banks in foreign countries
80
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
81
All other deposits and credit balances
82
Certified and official checks

8,487
6,623
4,811
1,812
46
12
34
935
1
934

6,908
5,334
4,161
1,173
40
9

83 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and
credit balances)
84
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
96 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding
IBFs)
.
97
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
98
• • ° addressees (domicile) .
' ' "
U.S. • '
99
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
100 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
101
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks .,
102
Other commercial banks in United States
103 Banks in foreign countries
104
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
105
Other banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
All other deposits and credit balances
107
108 IBF deposit liabilities
109
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
110
U.S. addressees (domicile)
1! 1
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
112
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
113
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
114
Other commercial banks in United States
115
Banks in foreign countries
116
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
117
Other banks in foreign countries
1 (8
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
! 19 All other deposits and credit balances

142




318

1,292
22
0
22

338

31

41
0
40

2
0
2

397
116
370

351
104
322

4
6
21

3
1
7

7,972
6,210
4,644
1,567
38
11
27
900
1
900

6,695
5,203
4,092
1,110
33
9
24
727
1
727

268
201
158
43
0
0
0
40
0
40

341
328
324
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

383
70
370

347
63
322

4
I
21

3
I
7

142,534
95,724
83,777
11,947
25,975
14,013
11,962
8,154
3,761
4,393

122,277
79,187
72,540
6,647
23,258
12,955
10,3(W
8,092
3,761
4,330

4,528
3,966
2,254
1,711
379
77
301
0
0
0

7,481
5,721
4,867
854
1,610
318
1,292
20
0
20

5,213
7,468

4,946
6,794

184
0

2,045
115

340
336
4
0
0
0

758
1
757

10,307
78
0
78
2,424
1,959
466
5,644
250
5,394

353

264
202
62
2
0
2

IBFs
only

0
131

230,640
13,087
287
12,800
69,751
63,919
5,832
125,631
3,564
122,067

210,373
9,086
287
8,799
65,125
60,026
5,099
117,069
3,229
113,840

5,321
501
0
501
1,934
1,708
226
2,235
70
2,165

10,307
78
0
78
2,424
1,959
466
5,644
250
5,394

21,956
214

18,993
99

652
0

2,045
115

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
September 30
All states

2

New York

Illinois

California

Item
Total
including
IBFs3
120 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
121
U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
122
Other commercial banks in United States
123 Other . . .
124 Other borrowed money
,
125 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
126 Owed to U.S. offices of nonrelated U.S. banks
127 Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
128 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
129
Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U.S. banks
130 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
131 Owed to others

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
Only

IBFs
only

61,513
11,893
6,370
43,250
107,563

14,732
3,617
522
10,593
49,937

49,508
7,750
3,810
37,948
61,969

9,227
1,673
155
7,400
21,269

5,940
2,503
1,951
1,487
34,183

2,861
1,366
301
1,195
23,447

5,729
1,567
511
3,651
9,133

2,570
575
67
1,928
4,255

36,812
9,114

19,611
1,758

15,252
5,265

5,064
576

17,751
2,809

12,880
997

2,564
698

1,286
166

27,698
30,934
911
30,024
39,816

17,853
28,885
856
28,029
1,440

9,987
16,861
372
16,489
29,856

4,488
15,030
332
14,698
1,174

14,942
10,541
451
10,090
5,892

11,883
10,387
451
9,936
181

1,867
2,892
65
2,827
3,677

1,120
2,885
65
2,820
83

132 All other liabilities
1 33
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding . . .
.
.
134 Trading liabilities
135
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

53,424

4,715

43,165

4,078

4,164

469

5,150

135

14,115
0
39,309

n.a.
0
4,715

9,747
0
33,418

n.a.
0
4,078

2,983
0
1,181

n.a.
0
469

684
0
4,466

n.a.
0
135

136 Net owed to related depository institutions 5
137
Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions 5
138
Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions 5

1 14,253

18,550

55,554

13,414

16,939

377

22,563

3,113

n.a.

16,939

n.a.

22,563

377

n.a.

0

51
11

MEMO
139 Non-interest-bearing balances with commercial banks in
United States
140 Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
141 Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans . . .
...
. ...
142 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less . . .
.
. . .
143
Predetermined interest rates
144
Floating interest rates
.. •
....
145 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
146
Predetermined interest rates
147
Floating interest rates

55,554

n.a.

n.a.

18,550

n.a.

13,414

1,111
953

0

861
901

A

114,253

3,560
96,943
55,568
41,375

148 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts including IBFs
...
149
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
1 50
Other time deposits in denominations of $ 1 00,000 or
more
151
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

146,485
1 10,663
26,784
9,037
Total
including
IBFs1

152 Market value of securities held
153 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
154 Number of reports filed 6




55,248
31,744
23,505

n.a.

0
64,625
544

39,348
1 1 ,056
28,292
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

t
i

126,647
95,355

n.a.

23,790
7,502
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

0

n.a.
0

0
32,313
257

98
22

A

15,576
9,258
6,317

n.a.

10,693
3,935
6,758

V

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

t
i

5,150
2,944

n.a.

1,186
1,019
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

0

n.a.
0

0
27,422
124

n.a.
3,113

0
i L

67

702

2,662

66,744
19,743
47,002
Total
excluding
IBFs3

0

n.a.

15,225
10,358
4,868

n.a.

8,952
3,390
5,561

ir

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

t
I

7,660
6,071

n.a.

1,165
424
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

0

n.a.
0

n.a.

if

IBFs
only

t
1

n.a.

IBFs
only

0

0

3,497
47

n.a.
0

143

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 31
All states

2

New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs "

750,186

333,929

2 Claims on nonreluted parties
1 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)
H
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
bunks
12
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks .

673,304
155,612
2,577
24
94,827
89,456

1 1 Total securities and loans

Total
including
IBFs-1
1 Total assets4

..

Illinois

California

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs "

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

583,513

275,995

70,820

32,047

56,714

17,644

192,311
129,141
0
n.a.
74,381

521,380
138,294
2,407
17
84,118

162,193
113,805
0
n.a.
65,237

65,259
6,059
7
I
4,138

13,862
5,473
0
n.a.
3,614

55,963
9,870
108
1
5,775

11,161
9,128
0
n.a.
5,225

71,466

79,332

62,411

3,853

3,552

5,674

5,200

IBFs
only

5,371

2,914

4,785

2,826

284

62

101

25

57,405
1 ,755

54,761
1,513

51,054
1,686

48,568
1,445

3,877
11

1,860
10

3,978
41

3,903
41

55,650
779

53,248
n.a.

49,368
699

47,123
n.a.

1,867
35

1,849
n.a.

3,937
9

3,862
n.a.

379,673

52,377

260,643

38,665

53,802

7,788

37,377

1,707

85,577
24,650

12,239
n.a.

77,938
23,460

1 1 ,049
n.a.

4,368
660

663
n.a.

2,607
427

503
n.a,

20,532

n.a.

19,969

n.a.

341

n.a.

35

n.a.

40,395
0
0

12,239
0
0

34,510
0
0

11,049
0
0

3,36?
0
0

663
0
0

2,145
0
0

503
0
0

59,972
11,218
17,391
31,364

5,659
3,774
250
1 ,635

56,378
9,888
15,971
30,519

5,362
3,562
165
1 ,635

841
514
280
47

102
102
0
0

2,216
626
796
795

no

294,224
127
294,097

40,147
8
40,139

182,786
81
182,705

27,620
4
27,616

49,462
27
49,435

7,128
2
7,125

34,777
7
34,770

1 ,205
0
1,204

39,760
39,168
18,954
16,099
2,855

286
25,357
9,462
9,021
441

22,489
25,945
11,562
9,636
1,926

118
16,336
5,042
4,692
350

12,006
7,416
5,583
5,442
142

16?
5,328
3,684
3,629
55

3,195
1 ,697
1 ,408
7,58
650

0
7K4
554
544
10

22
20,192
455
19,738
24,801

0
15,896
424
15,472
762

22
14,361
446
13,915
20,470

0
1 1 ,294
420
10,875
629

0
1,833
6
K827
1 ,538

0
1,644
3
1,641
28

0
289
0
289
2,214

0
230
0
230
72

171,093
150,954
20,139
891
259
632

10,991
58
10,933
80
0
80

98,228
84,015
14,213
716
215
501

8,003
47
7,957
72
0
72

27,599
24.981
2,617
65
25
40

1,526
3
1,523
0
0
0

25,573
24,755
BIB
65
3
62

329
0
329
0
0
0

3,903

2,451

3,245

2,267

201

78

88

20

8,326
5,101

30
151

7,938
2,579

30
126

196
441

0
0

83
1,858

0
0

10,093
67,954
12,422
9,367
3,055
55,531
76,882

68
5,066
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,066
141,618

8,945
57,119
8,724
6,094
2,630
48,395
62,133

63
4,297
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
4,297
113,803

35
4,521
2,716
2,548

5
494
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
494
18,185

1,110
5,390
482
458
24
4,908
751

0
216
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
216
6,483

76,882

n.a.

62,133

n.a.

5,561

n.a.

751

n.a.

n.a.

141,618

n.a.

113,803

n=a.

18,185

n.a.

6,483

15 Total liabilities4

750,186

333,929

583,513

275,995

70,820

32,047

56,714

17,644

56 Liabilities to nonreluted parties

628,912

307,851

522,950

255,769

53,739

31,675

33,180

13,968

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
Securities of foreign governmental units
19
All other
20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
21
U S . branches and agencies of other foreign bunks
?2 Commercial banks in United States
21 Other
24 Total loans, gross
?5 LHSS' Unearned income on loans
26 KQUALS; Loans, net

.
.

..

Total loans, grosx, by category
21 Real estate loans
.
..
?8 Loans to depository institutions
29 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
30
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . . . .
11
Other commercial banks in United States
32 Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs) .
11 Banks in foreign countries
..
34
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
15
Other banks in foreign countries
.
.
16 Loans to other financial institutions
17 Commercial and industrial loans
38 U.S. addressees (domicile)
19 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
.
...
40 Acceptances of other banks
41
U S , banks
..
42
Foreign banks
43 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
44 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities (secured and
unsecured)
45 All other loans . .
..
.
...
46 Assets held in trading accounts
47 All other assets
48 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
..
49
U.S. addressees (domicile)
50
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
5 1 Other assets including other claims on non related parties *. . .
52 Net due from related depository institutions^
53 Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions^
..
54 Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions'*

144



\m

1 ,805
5,561

KM)
10
0

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 31
All states2

New York

Illinois

California

Item
Total
excluding
IBFs'

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

57 Total deposits and credit balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
U.S. addressees (domicile)
60
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
61
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
62
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
63
Other commercial banks in United States
64
Banks in foreign countries
65
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
66
Other banks in foreign countries
67
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
68
All other deposits and credit balances
69
Certified and official checks

151,728
100,734
86,859
13,875
27,973
15,127
12,846
9,395
2,809
6,586

237,893
13,111
152
12,959
71,327
65,571
5,756
134,143
5,673
128,469

128,473
81,957
74,222
7,735
25,325
14,049
11,276
8,954
2,709
6,245

219,681
8,856
152
8,704
66,485
61,410
5,076
127,100
5,340
121,760

5,218
4,534
2,611
1,924
365
134
231
96
0
96

5,966
551
0
551
2,612
2,149
463
2,211
82
2,129

8,132
6,113
5,267
847
!,835
591
1,244
121
100
21

7,153
20
0
20
1,935

5,044
8,224
359

19,208
104

4,711
7,227
300

17,134
104

189
8
25

592
0

2
53

1,197
0

70 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs)
71
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
72
U.S. addressees (domicile)
73
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
74
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
75
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
76
Other commercial banks in United States
77
Banks in foreign countries
78
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
79
Other banks in foreign countries
80
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
81
All other deposits and credit balances
82
Certified and official checks

8,376
6,305
4,562
1,743
90
19
71
1,048
9
1,039

6,677
4,983
3,916
1,066
80
17
63
796
9
787

441

484
90
359

444
74
300

5
8
25

2
2

7,849
5,921
4,410

9
990

6,450
4,866
3,860
1,006
56
16
39
754
9
745

368
240
186
54
0
0
0
95
0
95

319
305
300
5
0
0
0
I
0

469
40
359

443
32
300

4
2
25

143,352
94,429
82,297
12,132
27,882
15,107
12,775
8,347
2,800
5,548

121,796
76,975
70,306
6,669
25,245
14,032
11,212
8,158
2,700
5,458

4,777
4,232
2,374
1,859
360
134
226
0
0
0

7,801
5,796
4,954
841
1,835
591
1,244
120
100
20

4,560
8,134

4,267
7,153

185
0

0
51

83 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and
credit balances)
84
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 hanks)
All other deposits and credit balances
Certified and official checks
96 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding
IBFs)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile) .
99
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
100 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
101
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
102
Other commercial banks in United States
103 Banks in foreign countries
104
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
105
Other banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
107
All other deposits and credit balances
97

108 IBF deposit liabilities
109
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
no
-• - ••
U.S. addressees (domicile) ,
Ill
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
112 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
113
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
114
Other commercial banks in United States
115 Banks in foreign countries
116
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
117
Other banks in foreign countries
118 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
119 All other deposits and credit balances




1,510

61
19
42
1,000

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

1,733

202
4,001
228
3,773

331
318
312
5
0
0
0

302
237
65
6
0
5
96
0
96

1

0

1

237,893
13,111
152
12,959
71,327
65,571
5,756
134,143
5,673
128,469

219,681
8,856
152
8,704
66,485
61,410
5,076
127,100
5,340
121,760

5,966
551
0
551
2,612
2,149
463
2,211
82
2,129

7,153
20
0
20
1,935
1,733
202
4,001
228
3,773

19,208
104

17,134
104

592
0

1,197
0

145

64. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19941—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
December 3 1
All states2

California

New York

Illinois

Item
Total
including
IBFs3
1 20 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
121
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
122 Other commercial banks in United States
123
Other
124 Other borrowed money
! 25 Owed to non related commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
126 Owed to U S offices of nonrelated U S banks
1 27
Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
..
. . . .
128 Owed to nonreluted banks in foreign countries
129 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U.S. banks
1 30 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
1 3 1 Owed to others
....

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

IBFs
only

66,592
9,897
6,226
50,469
109,493

12,220
2,835
291
9,094
52,871

58,828
7,498
4,107
47,222
62,576

8,255
1,324
47
6,884
23,684

4,257
1,516
1,555
1,186
34,232

2,059
973
194
892
23,144

3,200
740
486
1,973
9,756

1,814
449
50
1,315
4,833

36,162
8,483

19,847
2,134

15,249
4,666

5,600
687

16,688
2,899

11,997
1,184

2,717
506

1,650
215

27,679
32,963
1,364
31,599
40,368

17,713
31,086
1,269
29,818
1,938

10,583
18,089
645
17,444
29,238

4,913
16,481
586
15,895
1,603

13,789
11,077
459
10,618
6,467

10,813
10,909
449
10,460
238

2,211
3,136
191
2,945
3,903

1,435
3,086
191
2,895
97

132 All other liabilities
...
1 33
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding ,
.
.
.
134 Trading liabilities ,
.
135
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties .
. . .

63,206

4,867

53,392

4,149

4,067

506

4,939

168

12,910
0
50,296

n.a.
0
4,867

9,126
0
44,265

n.a.
0
4,149

2,730
0
1,338

n.a.
0
506

517
0
4,422

n.a.
0
168

136 Net owed to related depository institutions***
1 37
Net owed to head office and other related depository
institutions*'
..
138 Net owed to establishing entity, head office, and other
related depository institutions'*

121,274

26,078

60,563

20,226

17,080

372

23,534

3,676

121,274

n.a.

60,563

n.a.

17,080

n.a.

23,534

n.u.

n.a.

26,078

n.a.

20,226

n.a.

372

n.a,

3,676

1,175
1,304

0

890
1,258

0

127
II

0

39
15

0

MhMO

139 Non -interest-bearing balances with commercial banks in
United States . .
....
140 Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
141 Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
..
142 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less .
141 Predetermined interest rates
144
Floating interest rates
.
145 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more thun one year .
.....
146
Predetermined interest rates
147
Floating interest rates

4,557
103,358
59,104
44,254

148 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in
total deposits and credit balances of nontransaction
accounts, including IBFs
149 Time CDs in denominations of $100, OCX) or more
1 50
Other time deposits in denominations of $ 1 00,000 or
more
..
151
Time CDs in denominations of $ 1 00,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than 12 months

146,538
109,146
28,822
.

8,570
Total
including
IBFs3

152 Market value of securities held .
153 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
154 Number of reports filed 6

146



58,303
33,330
24,974

n.a.

16,495
9,535
6,960

n.a.

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only1

t
I

125,535
93,532

n .a.

24,921
7,082
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only3

26

16,857
11,316
5,541

n.a.

•11,104
3,307
7,797

39,925
10,781
29,144

67,735
18,741
48,995
Total
excluding
IBFs1

998

3,439

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

t
l

5,268
3,021

n.a.

1,270
977

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

8,716
3,306
5,410
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only

t
1

n .a,

7,945
5,567
1,968
411

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only

n.a.

V

IBFs
only

t
l

n.a.

IBFs
only

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

64,457
541

n.a.
0

31,000
255

n.a.
0

27,419
124

n.a.
0

4,620
47

n.u.
0

Part 2—Special Tables




65. Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank, 19941
Millions of dollars
Item

Boston

Total

San
Phila- Cleve- RichSt. Minne- Kansas Dallas Frandelphia land mond Atlanta Chicago Louis apolis
City
cisco

New
York

ASSETS

429
168
23
89

210
186
21

453
377
28
0

I 102

11

416
199
22
20

145

80

156

138
0

341
()

11 051
8 018

553

320
223

15
6

19

Federal agency obligations
5 Bought outright
6 Held under repurchase agreement

3,637
1 025

190
0

1,344
1 025

U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bought outright 2
8 Held under repurchase agreement

364,519
9 565

19,082

134,693 14,256 22,978 29,138 16 293
o
o
o
o
9 565

41 758 14 497 8 028

15,637 H 786 14,373

0

. . 378,969

19,278

146,627 14,416 23,207 29,428 16,484

42,193 14,731 8,119

15,813 13,924 34,750

I
2
3
4

Gold certificate account
Special drawing rights certificate account
Coin
Loans . .
.

9 Total loans and securities

51 1

4 134
2 808

o

393
303
19
17

660
556
17

542
318
47
28

1 217
I 036

o

902
652
56
0

142

229

291

163

417
0

o

o

o

o

23
IB

o

o

o

o
o

o
o

o

904
11
11

0

649
137

797
1 247

6 274
10 529
5,853

19,788

170 755 18,833 25,400 33,080 22 573

47 638 20 698 7 870 16,154 16 086 38,122

454,642

22,868

1 74,495 18,463 26,124 35,331 23,368

48,257 21,908 8,044

30 789
7,161
250

Other asxets
12 Denominated in foreign currencies*1
13 Other .
• 14 Interdistrict Settlement Account

293
93

436 998

..

5 199
1 076
22 031
32 365

10 Items in process of collection
1 1 Bank premises

1 214
0
5

0 -2,203

15 Total assets

332
47

269
46

392
134

736 1 448 1 480
1 090 1 978 2 382
2,232 -1,332 -867

753
64

509
112

195
30

380
46

370
54

513
157

544
156

829 1 593 1 206
2 072
2 525
481
588
2 496
3 596
815
785 1 190 1 937 4 118
=
1 872 - 1 0484 038 - 1 897 1 ,929 - 1 301 1,685
-

LIABILITIES
16 Federal Reserve notes
17
18
19
20
21

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S. Treasury, General accounts
Foreign, Official accounts
All other4
Total deposits

7 105
7,161
149

1 492
0
5

26

1 814 2 782
0
0
9
10

41

876

23 Other liabilities and accrued dividends

5

24 Total liabilities

363

1 250

14 779

4,459

22 Deferred credit items

31

39 076

284

551

32

222

228

1 843

183

257

4 592

429,631

1,523

3 018
0
13

15,280 16,819 43,685

3 397
0
16

941
0
1

612
0
4

1 337
0
5

23

2 140 4 918
0
0
21
10

70

29

147

1,864 2,862

3 060

3 561

23
966

15
631

1,365

447

561

496

158

380

358

312

640

332

217

479

175

110

205

168

195

19,509 168,780 18,511 24,885 32,487 21 891

26

80

2 176 5,017

46 800 20 528 7,673 15,876 15 592 37,098

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
3 683
3,683

25 Capital paid in
26 Surplus
27 Total liabilities and capital accounts

139
139

436,998

19,788

170,755 18,833 25,400 33,080 22,573

47,638 20,698 7,870 16,154 16,086 38,122

454,642

22,868

174,495 18,463 26,124 35,331 23,368

48,257 21,908 8,044

73 137

5 121

381,505

17,747

11 051
8,0! 8

553
511

988
988

161
161

258
258

296
296

341
341

419
419

85
85

98
98

119
139

247
247

512
512

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE STATEMENT
28 Federal Reserve notes issued to Reserve Bank by
Federal Reserve agent and outstanding
29
LESS: Notes held by issuing Bank and forwarded
for redemption
30 Federal Reserve notes, net

5

Collateral held by Federal Reserve agent for notes
issued to Bank
3 1 Gold certificate account
32 Special drawing rights certificate account

1 690

5 315

5 992 2 679 1 491

151,607 16,773 22,543 28,847 18,053

42,265 19,229 6,553

22 888

4 134
2,808

393
303

3,581

660
556

6,484

902
652

542
318

.1 217
1 036

429
168

230
186

15,280 16,819 43,685
1,333

3 901 12,662

13,947 12,916 31,023

416
199

453
377

1 102

904

33 U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities

364,519

19,082

134,693 14,256 22,978 29,138 16,293

41,758 14,497 8,028

34 Total collateral

383,588

20,146

141,635 14,952 24,194 30,692 17,153

44,011 15,094 8,444 16,272 14,616 36,379




15,637 13,786 34,373

149

66. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1994*
Dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CUKRBNT INCOMK
11,451,765
....
... .

6 Total

120,337

605,303

162,271

137,807

343,008

19,247,074,249
894,500,875
734,434,991
23,280,497

1,035,627,770
32,311,828
39,895,330
438,010

7,062,943,725
255,017,462
101,971,655
18,225,155

741,805,133
30,174,859
39,055,693
511,054

1,227,039,616
58,356,750
45,499,574
401,259

1,518,935,701
60,179,649
62,684,004
556,485

20,910,742,377

1 Loans
,
2 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
1 Foreign currencies . .
4 Priced services
5 Other

1,108,393,275

7,438,763,300

811,709,010

1,331,435,006

1,642,698,846

944,920,187
187,162,458
27,575,957
42,598,270
49,315,104
78,557,899
9,904,033
55,642,796

56,068,356
16,525,760
1,242,715
2,194,912
1,974,356
4,559,126
454,588
3,049,682

196,203,006
55,751,627
4,992,712
5,991,764
10,002,097
11,044,154
2,012,721
10,237,995

50,387,881
15,725,445
484,548
2,251,001
2,029,984
3,575,590
419,309
3,467,055

49,201,442
13,502,945
1,657,240
2,287,996
1,841,212
6,064,350
776,526
3,147,270

99,771,610
26,214,572
11,514,202
5,082,791
19,997,993
7,228,865
1,080,412
6,647,627

CURRENT EXPKNSKS
7
8
9
10
11
)2
13
14

Salaries and other personnel expenses
Retirement and other benefits 2
.....
Fees
Travel
....
Software expenses
Postage und other shipping costs
Communications
Materials und supplies

15
16
17
18
19

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other

26,681,714
47,938,118
31,645,531
29,463,710
25,584,876

3,614,636
3,724,751
2,724,623
680,241
647,282

4,347,904
8,002,578
6,320,932
12,973,873
5,074,716

1,867,562
2,100,187
2,976,331
354,159
1,443,785

1,465,662
2,117,727
1,877,055
355,762
759,222

2,225,152
5,337,327
3,195,531
7,724,761
2,596,436

20
21
22
23

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

7,748,282
30,497,363
129,680,117
69,539,516

212,500
559,597
4,142,715
4,546,252

1,664,397
5,275,273
20,265,464
10,908,975

320,268
651,514
5,602,209
3,378,430

273,846
944,156
4,546,422
4,058,804

691,813
2,805,054
53,835,370
12,396,989

24
25
26
27
28

Earnings-credit costs
Other
Shared costs, net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized 4

223,623,378
41,445,945
-8,427
-49,955,735
= 3,266,552

14,492,606
2,398,038
5,189,184
-9,381,171
-223,564

50,935,940
7,760,585
2,100,213
-6,586,910
= 18,008

26,331,165
1,383,971
8,299,738
-3,099,775
= 185,435

12,381,212
2,948,146
8,245,703
-2,472,694
-315,556

13,602,462
4,868,700
-77,255,676
-11,650,370
-985,637

2,006,294,540

119,397,185

425,262,108

129,764,902

115,664,448

196,925,984

-210,966,197
1,795,328,343

-10,872,323
108,524,862

-43,915,081
381,347,027

-18,540,342
111,224,560

19,524,831
96,139,617

-16,949,397
179,976,587

19,115,414,033

999,868,414

7,133,063,119

700,484,451

1,235,295,386

1,462,722,259

Additions to and deductions from
current net income*
33 Net profit on foreign exchange transactions .
34 Other additions .
....
35 Total additions

2,422,626,091
167,302
2,422,793,393

87,608,162
20,757
87,628,919

689,950,602
42,821
689,993,424

81,003,004
3,411
81,006,415

159,216,132
33,927
159,250,059

162,752,518
22,196
162,774,714

36 Losses on sales of U.S. Treasury and federal
agency securities
,,,,.
37 Other deductions
38 Total deductions
.....
39 Net additions to current net income
40 Cost of un reimbursed Treasury services , . . ,

-24,285,820
- 568,357
-24,854,177
2,397,939,216
34,077,119

-1,237,875
-9,425
-1,247,300
86,381,619
1,582,808

-9,095,296
-71,358
= 9,166,654
680,826,769
3,234,295

= 955,915
-1,915
= 957,830
80,048,585
1,977,891

-1,510,11?
-5,063
-1,515,180
157,734,879
1 ,964,554

-1,950,982
-15,049
1,966,031
160,808,682
4,152,969

146,866,100
368,187,068

5,334,800
18,471,633

41,453,600
144,484,979

5,139,600
13,944,751

9,693,400
21,583,556

UU22.KUO
30,012,475

20,964,222,962

1,060,860,792

7,624,717,014

759,470,794

1,359,788,755

1,579,242,698

212,090,446

7,849,562

58,789,295

8,328,151

14,283,474

15,506,612

20,470,010,815

1,036,570,880

7,546,939,469

703,722,593

1,311,506,031

1,495,895,736

282,121,700
3,401,205,000
3,683,326,700

16,440,350
122,966,000
139,436,350

18,988,250
968,644,500
987,632,750

47,370,050
113,722,800
161,092,850

33,999,250
223,528,800
257,528,050

67,840,350
228,493,650
296,334,000

29 Total
30
31

..

....

Reimbursements
Net expenses

.....

PROFIT AND Loss
32 Current net income

.

Assessments hy Board
41 Board expenditures^
4 2 Cost o f currency . . . »
43 Net income before payment to
U.S Treasury
44 Dividends paid
45 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve notes)
...
46 Transferred to surplus
47 Surplus January 1
48 Surplus December 31 .

150



.

66. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19941—Continued
Dollars
Item

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT INCOME
493 320

2 163 233

4 162 092

1 360 596

297 759

61 1 223

2,199 668 608
102,461,570
98 049,361
917,915

737 665 726
19,591,450
3 1 044 338
173,124

425 703 449
23,864,206
42 442 6 1 6
313,113

794 847 62 1
33,554,134
48 063 890
132,808

749 205 127
64,548,577
49 45 1 009
305,767

1 919 419 883
130,257,077
78 131,275
936,251

1,017,405,326

2,402,091,270

790,637,871

496,485,476

877,959,049

863,808,239

2,129,355,709

84,805,710
24,520,053
1 033 191
4,244,869
1 722 141
10,431,098
1 085 133
5,659,885

99,602,062
27,086,283
900,061
5,010,872
4 278 412
9,464,009
792 643
5,864,842

42,365,910
13,039,245
572 218
2,032,010
I 550 692
3 94 1 ,3 1 8
544 558
3 198,774

45,520,899
11,224,125
1,621 141
2,784,300
] 465 044
5,830,365
573 068
2,226,063

56,557,572
17,249,540
801 260
2,934,677
620 634
6,121,255
794 130
3,410,405

55,425,373
14,707,212
1 285 179
2,889,822
1 024 256
4 569,037
756 087
3 520,298

109,010,366
27,262,496
1 ,47 1 ,490
4,902,256
2 808 283
5,728,732
614 858
5,212,900

1 653 805
3,830,213
2 200 612
3,419,479
2 527 942

4 075 397
5,236,287
2 260 465
1 ,979,022
5 532 700

466 093
2 253,537
1 570 841
393,176
844 645

1 142 673
867 708
965 054
765,617
757 560

817 788
3,269,235
1 450 054
360,366
888 823

2
4
2
1
1

443
424
85 1
407
196

2 640 599
6,396,144
3 608 1 82
232,847
2 620,569

772,582
1 964 123
6,160,159
7 104 438

1 ,268,260
1 3 070 025
14,886,073
1 1 263 207

227,140
653 774
2,196,948
2 2 1 7 237

777,422
1 003 038
3,416,960
2 873 420

476,973
824 373
2,263,032
1 894 9 1 5

442,845
838 056
4,221,544
2 775 780

620,236
1,()08,38()
8,143,221
6,121,069

12,822,589
3 834 591
14 882 358
-2,436,378
-318 585

6 Total

993 8 1 6

834 2 1 1 89 1
84,183,313
98 146 246
369,556

1 Loans
2 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
3 Foreign currencies
4 Priced services
5 Other

43,386,374
5 219 182
- 11,187,200
-3,076,173
- 177,022

4 865,480
1 721 992
9 767 HO
- 1 ,298,992
-49 166

5,388,886
1 560 62 1
4,839 823
-890,743
-403 474

9,729,331
2 553 768
1 837,226
= 704,311
-46! ,5 10

10 150 839
2 91 1 279
13 407 330
-4,165,567
-95 331

19,136,494
4 ?85 072
6,865,684
-3,992,651
-33,264

93,065,540

94,309,570

126,689,536

126,242,360

CURRKNT EXPENSES
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Salaries and other personnel expenses . . .
Retirement and other benefits2 ,
Fees
Travel
Software expenses
Postage and other shipping costs
Communications
Materials and supplies

Building expenses
1 5 Taxes on real estate
16 Property depreciation
17 Utilities
18 Rent
19 Other
20
21
22
23

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

24
25
26
27
28

Earnings-credit costs
Other
Shared costs, net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized4

..

191,920,008

30
31

Reimbursements
Net expenses

246,735,781

-15,630,676
176 289 332

29 Total

-20,324,772
226 41 1 009

-11 155 769 - 13,213 124 - 16,617,685
81 909 77 1
8 1 096 446
1 10 071 851

364
802
495
224
89!

-8 164 126
1 18 078 234

215,963,963
- 16,058,071
199 905 892

PROFIT AND Loss
841 15 994

2,175,680,261

708 728 100

415 389029

767 887,197

745 730 004

1 929,449,817

Additions to and deductions from
current net income*
33 Net profit on foreign exchange
transactions
34 Other additions
35 Total additions

227 876 525
2,914
227 879,439

277 694 924
3,849
277,698,773

52 906 366

64 706 75 1

52 906 420

64 707 5 1 1

91 171 971
5,876
91 177 848

175 247 308
28,434
175 275 742

352 491 827
2,304
352,494,131

36 Losses on sales of U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities
37 Other deductions
38 Total deductions
39
Net additions to current net income . . .
40 Cost of unreimbursed Treasury services .

-1,105,682
-407,261
- 1,512,943
226,366,495
3,400,380

-2,773,780
- 14,980
-2,788,760
274,910,012
4,178,104

-988,263
-6,880
-995,143
51,911,277
1,821,363

-530,487
-5,681
-536,168
64,171,343
2,326,810

-1,066,735
-6,959
- 1,073,694
90,104,154
2,570,802

= 893,336
1 1 ,044
-904,380
174,371,362
2,111,552

= 2,177,351
» 12,741
= 2,190,092
350,340,039
4,755,590

13 789 600
16,015,448

16 877 600
44,47 1 , 1 99

3 224 000
14,993,718

3 925 500
7,544,729

5 500400
15,534 956

1 0 489 600
12 949,921

21 315 200
28,179,703

1,034,277,061

2,385,063,370

740,600,296

465,763,333

834,385,193

894,550,293

2,225,503,363

19 776 874

24,284,767

4 764 528

5 684 644

7 930 022

14 637 864

30,254,653

45 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve notes)

993 406,487

2,331,628,353

725 337 918

452 660 839

815 269 571

879 1 16 729

2,177,906,210

46 Transferred to surplus
47 Surplus, January 1
48 Surplus December 31

21,093,700
319,923,400
341,017 100

29,150,250
389,865,100
419,015,350

10,497,850
74,277,000
84 774 850

7,417,850
90,843,950
98,261 800

1 1,185,600
127,999,350
139,184 950

795,700
246,035,500
246 83 1 200

17,342,500
494,874,950
512,217,450

32 Current net income

Assessments by Board
41 Board expenditures'*
42 Cost of currency ,
43 Net income before payment to
U.S. Treasury
44 Dividends paid




.

....

53

761

151

67. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1994
Number maintaining branches or additional offices

Commercial banks and state -chartered savings banks
State chartered
savings banks

Commercial banks

State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial banks

Jurisdiction
Total

Total

Non member

Member
Total

National

State

Insured

Noninsured 1

Insured

Noninsured

Non member

Member
Total

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

& i »-

Insured

11,270

10,740

3,126

984

6,331

299

530

0

6,974

6,621

2,072

653

3,862

34

353

0

AUiburnu
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

210
10
41
262
399

210
9
41
262
399

48
4
13
78
134

20
1
5
12
34

140
3
16
169
208

2
1
7
3
23

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

151
7
30
196
308

151
7
30
196
308

35
4
9
66
93

13
0
5
9
27

103

t)
0
1
«
II

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
Columbia . . . .
Florida

280
99
44

280
49
43

130
15
17

43
0
0

100
31
22

7
3
4

0
50
1

0
0
0

132
79
20

132
31
19

64
9
8

22
0
0

46
2">

0
0
0

0
48
1

18
384

18
384

16
131

0
70

2
168

0
15

0
0

0
0

13
287

13
287

12
104

0
60

122

0

0
0

t)
t)
t)
t)

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

388
10
19
981
234

388
10
19
934
225

70
2
6
260
62

14
0
2
71
24

303
5
11
579
137

0
0
0
0
0

248
8
15
509
192

248
8
15
501
185

51
2
5
165
56

8
0
2
40
19

189
5
8
293

0

3
0
24
2

0
0
0
47
9

0
0
0
8
7

0
0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

519
466
290
207
41

519
466
290
202
24

76
130
75
36
7

39
18
8
5
3

402
310
204
159

2
8
3
2
3

0
0
0
5
17

0
0
0
0
0

284
208
225
162
37

284
208
225
162
21

50
72
62
31
6

23
10
6
4
3

211
126
157
127
11

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts . . . .
Michigan . . . . . . .
Minnesota
Mississippi

100
163
203
566
114

98
59
203
566
112

23
26
46
!36
24

17
1
37
26
2

54
31
117
398
86

4
1
3
6
0

2
104
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

84
137
171
271
92

84
42
171
271
92

20
20
42
83
22

15
I
34
9
I

49
21
95
178
69

0
0
0

0
95
t)
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire . . .

485
115
355
25
55

481
115
355
25
33

61
32
102
7
8

32
41
19
3
1

381
41
231

4
0
0
0
22

0
0
0
0
0

322
26
138
13
36

322
26
138
13
18

44
10
55
3
6

24
II
13
2
1

253
5
70
8
9

1

16

7
1
3
4
8

0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina . . . .
North Dakota

134
72
270
120
141

102
72
220
69
141

36
30
73
14
27

6
5
36
3
3

47
35
66
50
110

13
2
45
2
1

32
0
50
51
0

0
0
0
0
0

97
59
170
63
7!

76
59
123
57
71

35
27
56
11
18

5
4
24
3
2

35
28
38
43
51

1
0
5
0
0

21
0
47
6
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

288
360
50
315
15

261
360
48
267
12

!23
124
6
128
2

53
26
7
41
0

84
202
31
77
5

1
8
4
2!
5

27
0
2
48
3

0
0
0
0
0

206
171
36
238
9

194
171
34
201
6

98
71
4
103
2

37
I)
5
28
0

59
88
25
70
3

0
0
0

1

12
0
2
37
3

0
0
0
0
0

South Carolina . . . .
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

76
121
257
1,000
35

76
121
257
992.
35

23
21
46
479
8

4
21
5
49
8

48
78
200
453
16

i
1
6
11
3

0
0
0
8
0

0
0
0
0
0

57
63
195
495
23

57
63
195
491
23

22
9
40
210
7

3
13
4
25
6

32
41
151
256
10

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
4
0

0
0
0
0

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . . . .
Wisconsin . . . . . . .

26
167
112
122
429

21
166
97
122
405

9
33
20
44
85

0
105
2
20
21

11
27
64
58
294

5

0
0
0
0
0

23
136
75
94
261

18
136
62
94
251

8
27
12
38
58

0
87
I
17
11

HI
22
47
39
181

0
0
2
0

5
0
13
t)
10

0
0
0
0
0

4
1
0

*>
13
0

0

f)
0
0

0
0
0

United States

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands . . . .

152



55
20
2

55
20
2

20
0
0

20
0

13
15
1

1
11
0
5
2
4

15
0
24
0
0
0

0
0
0

16
15
0

16
15
0

7
0
0

15
121
177

TT
i

no

1
1

0
3
0

1
1

0

1

1
1

0

t)

0
0

0

t)

{)

67. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1994—Continued
Branches and additional offices1
Class of bank
State-chartered
savings banks

Commercial banks

Jurisdiction
Total

Member

Nonmember
State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

National

Noninsured

Total

United States .

58,082

54,828

28,522

8,022

18,194

90

3,254

0

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

1,032
126
776
734
4,016

1,032
126
776
734
4,015

336
99
504
358
2,066

135
0
46
31
526

56!
27
224
345
1,399

0
0
2
0
24

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

446
1,043
178
168
3,048

446
503
173
168
3,040

288
327
44
163
1,822

72
0
0
0
538

86
176
129
5
679

0
0
0
0

0
540
5
0
8

0
0
0
0
0

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,464
175
312
1,611
1,642

1,464
175
312
1,597
1,621

900
149
715
965

115
0
97
125
84

449
161
66
752
572

0
3
0
5
0 r"

0
0
0
14
21

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine .

695
599
1,040
1,062
439

695
599
1,040
1,062
311

186
321
428
491
60

57
16
158
48
120

452
262
454
523
130

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
128

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
.. .
Mississippi

1,260
1,506
2,354
652
889

1,260
893
2,354
652
889

627
495
979
356
338

210
5
762
14
0

423
392
613
281
551

0

0
613
0
{)
t)

0
0
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

1,106
84
395
247
327

1,106
84
395
247
142

424
22
198
87
21

89
56
27
85
36

589
6
170
74
82

0

3

0
0
0
{)
185

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

2,408
375
3,950
2,277
182

2,!78
375
3,530
2,253
182

1,666
191
1,153
952
72

112
15
1,753
170
5

399
169
614
1,131
105

0
10
0
0

230
0
420
24
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,948
530
750
3,797
277

2,906
530
716
3,462
185

2,226
307
368
1,971
91

397
62
7
672
0

283
159
340
818
82

0
2
1
1
12

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

947
215
1,397
2,543
406

947
215
1,397
2,448
406

654
89
816
1,579
298

6
36
17
55
37

287
90
564
814
71

221
1,963
1,475
425
1,068

191
1,963
1,105
425
1,001

64
919
636
275
364

0
941
6
57
56

61
426
15

61
426
15

16
25
10

3
160
3

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands




. .

,

1

1

1

0

1

0
4
0
0

1

f)
0
t)
t)
{)
{)

0
0
0

42
t)
34
335
92

0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
95
0

0
0
0

127
103
459
93
572

0
0
4
0
9

30
0
370
0
67

0
0
0
0
0

42
237
2

0
4
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

•

f)

0
0
0

f)

0

153

68. Changes in number of banking offices in the United States during 1994
A. Head offices
State-chartered
savings banks2

Commercial banks'
Total

Item

Member1-4

Nonmember 4 ' 5

Total

Insured
Total

1 Number, December 31, 1994

National

State

Total

Noninsured

Insured

Non insured

6,613

291

513

0

11,753

11,240

4,336

3,357

979

6,904

66
-59

66
-57

22
-20

17
-19

5
-1

44
-37

25
-24

19
- 13

0
-----. 2

0
0

-46
47
5

-282
1
=-274

-282
-1
-282

0
2
8

19
38
17

0
0
0

984

6,630

6,331

299

530

0

CHANOK IN NUMBER DURING 1994
2 New banks .
.
3 Ceased bunking operations'*
Consolidations and absorptions
4 Bunks converted into branches 7
5 Other8 . .
6 Net change
,

-537
47
-483

-500

-226

-190 -39
-231

11,270

7 Number, December 31, 1993

-518

10,740

4,110

3,126

-236
9

8

B. Branches and additional offices
State-chartered
savings banks 3

Commercial banks1
Item

Total

Member1-4

Total

Nonmember
Insured

Total
1 Number, December 31, 1994

National

State

Total

Insured

Noninsured

Noninsured

58,082

54,828

36,544

28,522

8,022

18,284

18,194

90

3,254

0

2,461
537
-1,146
454

. ..

2,242
532
-1,065
375

1,374
343
-788
173

1,074
292
-593
101

300
51
= 195
72

868
189
-277
202

865
189
-276
202

3
0
"= 1
0

219
5
-81
79

0
0
0

CHANCU: IN NUMBER DURING 1994
2
3
4
5

Branches and additional offices
De novo
Bunks converted into brunches
Discontinued
Other*1

2,306

2,084

1,102

874

228

982

980

2

222

t)
()

55,776

52,744

35,442

27,648

7,794

17,302

17,214

88

3,032

0

6 Net change
7 Number, December 31, 1993

ERRATA
Table 68 "Changes in number of banking offices in the

1994 " in the

'

A. Head offices
1. Number, December 31,1994
11,270

10,740

4,110

3,126

984

6,630

6,331

299

530

3,357

979

6,904

6,613

291

513

7. Number, December 31,1993
11,753

154



11,240

4,336

69, Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June
United States (8, 138)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

4.59
4.59

4.39
8.98

3.55
12.54

2.76
15.30

2.52
17.82

2.14
19.96

1.98
21.95

1.88
23.83

1.81
25.63

1.60
27.23

4.94
4.94

3.60
8.54

2.95
11.49

1.77
13.26

2.59
15.85

2.17
18.02

1.51
19.53

1.37
20.90

1.79
22.69

1.99
24.67

19.78
19.78

19.71
39.49

16.65
56.14

10.68
66.82

5.11
71.93

2.56
74.49

.87
75.36

.83
76.19

.75
76.94

.74
77.68

17.35
17.35

17.52
34.87

18.00
52.87

9.97
62.84

5.47
68.31

2.85
71.17

.86
72.03

.98
73.01

.79
73.80

.79
74.59

Alaska (8)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

42.46
42.46

28.01
70.47

17.23
87.70

3.69
91.39

3.60
94.99

2.48
97.47

1.76
99.23

.17
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

43.41
43.41

24.89
68.30

17.55
85.84

4.29
90.14

3.91
94.05

2.96
97.01

2.13
99.14

.86
100,00

0
100.00

0
100.00

Arizona (32)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

32.58
32.58

26.59
59.17

20.39
79.56

5.35
84.91

4.79
89.69

2.58
92.28

1.81
94.09

1.00
95.09

.84
95.93

.63
96.56

34.62
34.62

23.49
58.11

22.55
80.65

5.81
86.46

4.93
91.39

.23
91.62

2.03
93.65

1.02
94.67

.90
95.57

.71
96.28

13.01
13.01

12.36
25.37

5.08
30.45

4.91
35.36

4.29
39.65

2.56
42.22

1.92
44.13

1.91
46.04

1.74
47.77

1.54
49.31

12.74
12,74

12.68
25.42

4.83
30.25

4.92
35.17

4.27
39.44

2.52
41.96

1.89
43.85

1.93
45.78

1.80
47.58

1.50
49.08

38.31
38.31

17.45
55.76

7.55
63.31

5.58
68.89

2.29
71.18

2.09
73.26

1.69
74.95

1.32
76.27

.98
77.24

.81
78.05

36.05
36.05

17.71
53.76

8.54
62.30

5.24
67.54

1.88
69.41

1.47
70.88

1.51
72.40

1.44
73.84

1.00
74.84

.89
75.72

Colorado (181)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.83
20.83

18.97
39.80

10.00
49.80

5.60
55.40

4.46
59.86

2.32
62.18

1.80
63.98

1.43
65.4!

1.39
66.81

1.14
67.94

19.17
19.17

19.69
38.86

9.07
47.93

6.12
54.05

3.84
57.89

2.48
60.37

1.79
62.16

1.43
63.59

1.54
65.13

.80
65.93

Connecticut (45)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

44.51
44.51

24.66
69.16

8.86
78.02

6.45
84.47

1.98
86.46

1.76
88.22

.83
89.05

.78
89.83

.71
90.53

.66
91.19

39.49
39.49

23.90
63.40

9.38
72.78

7.58
80.36

2.55
82.91

2.21
85.11

1.10
86.2!

1.02
87.24

.92
88.16

.82
88.98

12.29
12.29

10.75
23.04

8.94
31.97

8.73
40.71

7.51
48.21

6.68
54.90

6.46
61.36

5.49
66.86

5.12
71.98

4.41
76.39

1.74
1.74

6.85
8.59

17.46
26.05

16.82
42.87

2.23
45.10

2.36
47.46

10.80
58.25

11.11
69.36

.02
69.39

6.30
75.68

43.65
43.65

16.58
60.24

16.15
76.38

7.41
83.79

3.31
87.10

2.79
89.90

2.76
92.66

1.35
94.01

1.01
95.02

,91
95.99

43.62
43.62

17.62
61.24

15.93
77.17

6.34
83.52

3.18
86.70

2.82
89.52

3.16
92.68

1.33
94.01

1.06
95.06

1.10
96. 1 7

Alabama (171)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

, .,

..

Arkansas (173)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
California (371)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Delaware (36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
District of Columbia ( 1 8)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




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155

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

!

g

9

10

June
Florida (302)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.66
24.66

17.54
42.20

13.48
55.68

13.44
69.12

4.68
73.81

1.67
75.48

.8?
76.35

.79
77.14

,73
77.87

.71
78.58

25.39
25.39

17.80
43.19

13.58
56.77

11.71
68.49

3.86
72.34

1.75
74.09

.88
74.97

.72
75.69

.79
76.48

.72
77.20

Georgia (2%)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative

17.58
17.58

14.94
32.53

13.52
46.05

9.27
55.31

7.04
62.35

4.47
66.83

2.96
69.78

2.42
72.20

2.30
74.51

1.46
75.97

n.9i

13.93

13.12
27.05

10.45
37.50

11.28
48.78

7.10
55.88

5.39
61.27

3.43
64.70

2.93
67.63

.02
67,65

1.42
69.08

52.20
52.20

32.11
84.31

7.32
91.63

4.47
96.10

1.64
97.73

1.58
99.32

.63
99.94

.06
100.00

I)
KK).(K)

0
100.00

42.13
42.13

36.64
78.77

9.86
88.64

5.56
94.20

2.40
96.60

2.38
98.98

.93
99.91

.09
100.00

0
100.00

0
KX).(K)

37.92
37.92

3!. 39
69.31

10.66
79.97

7.63
87.60

3.73
91.33

2.00
93.33

1 .03
94.36

1 .02
95.38

.79
96. 1 7

.79
96.96

37.04
37.04

27.57
64.60

11.86
76.46

9.35
85.81

4.25
90.06

2.34
92.40

1.24
93.64

.89
94.53

.98
95.52

.98
96.50

17.57
17.57

8.50
26.06

6.69
32.76

6.40
39.16

6.30
45.46

3.63
49.09

2.59
51.68

2.13
53.80

1 .45
55.25

1.21
56.46

12.90
12.90

6.24
19.14

5.36
24.50

4.20
28.70

5.14
33.84

4.37
38,21

2.80
41.01

2.35
43.36

1.73
45.09

1.43
46.52

16.36
16.36

13.44
29.80

H.59
38.39

5.17
43.56

4.08
47.64

3.43
5 1 .07

3.18
54.25

2.99
57.24

2.51
59.76

2.35
62.11

16.70
16.70

11.24
27.94

8.26
36.20

4.50
40.70

4.17
44.88

3.36
48.24

3.15
51.39

3.24
54.63

2.62
57.25

2.53
59.78

15.77
15.77

6.76
22.53

4.84
27.36

3.64
31.01

3.11
34.12

2.19
36.31

1.22
37.52

1.21
38.73

1.20
39.93

1.14
41.07

11.50
11.50

6.43
17.93

5.22
23.16

3.86
27.02

3.16
30.18

2.25
32.43

1.21
33.64

1.23
34.86

1.24
36.10

1.16
37.27

17.65
17.65

4.67
2232

4.04
26.36

3.25
29.62

2.14
31.75

1.81
33.56

1.64
35.20

1.47
36.67

1.42
38.09

1.27
39.36

15.42
15.42

4.73
20.13

3.71
23.84

3.36
27,20

2.04
29.24

1.82
3 1 .06

1.74
32.80

1.59
34.39

1 .39
35.77

1.41
37.18

13.10

n.io

12.48
25.57

11.03
36.60

4.33
40.93

2.63
43.57

2.62
46.19

2.35
48.54

2.18
50.72

2.09
52.80

1.90
54.71

10.78
10.78

9.75
20.53

10.54
31.07

4.04
35.11

2.33
37.44

2.90
40.34

1 .95
42.29

2. 1 1
44.40

2.36
46.75

2.15
48.90

15.94
15.94

12.54
28.48

12.26
40.74

7.34
48.07

2.66
50.73

2.00
52.73

1 .96
54.68

1 .47
56.16

1.36
57.51

1.28
58.80

15.63
15.63

11.57
27.20

12.30
39.51

7.21
46.72

2.44
49.16

1.90
51.06

2.07
53.13

1.53
54.67

1.40
56.07

1 ,33
57.40

Hawaii (8)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,

Idaho f 19)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Illinois {682)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Indiana (167)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Iowa (403)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (4 1 2)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative . .
Kentucky (225)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Louisiana (202)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation
Cumulative

156



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69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
State and item'
I

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

June
Maine {2 1)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33.75
33.75

29.68
63.43

12.57
76.00

4.29
80.29

3.17
83.46

2.66
86.12

2.22
88.34

1.97
90.31

1.50
91.81

1.29
93.10

30.88
30.88

29.31
60.19

13.46
73.65

4.39
78.04

3.25
81.28

3.12
84.41

2.20
86.61

2.32
88.93

1.71
90.64

1.33
91.97

Maryland (75)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

34.17
34.17

12.58
46.75

9.51
56.26

5.68
61.94

5.28
67.23

3.86
71.09

3.35
74.44

2.31
76.75

2.29
79.04

1.66
80.70

29.71
29.71

12.79
42.50

10.25
52.75

6.12
58.87

5.42
64.29

4.52
68.81

3.13
71.94

2.29
74.23

2.70
76.93

1.20
78.13

Massachusetts (59)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

27.85
27.85

17.79
45.64

15.03
60.67

11.64
72.31

10.21
82.52

6.43
88.95

1.97
90.92

1.17
92.09

.96
93.05

.59
93.64

26.59
26.59

12.74
39.33

14.40
53.73

15.52
69.26

10.43
79.68

5.77
85.45

2.57
88.03

1.26
89.28

1.37
90.65

.84
91.50

Michigan (133)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.50
25.50

22.44
47.93

12.48
60.41

8.09
68.50

7.67
76.18

2,32
78.50

2.30
80.80

1.46
82.27

1.45
83.72

1.09
84.81

19.34
19.34

19.21
38.55

14.77
53.32

9.26
62.58

8.62
71.20

2.68
73.88

2.85
76.73

1.83
78.57

1.76
80.33

1.11
81.44

Minnesota (432)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.93
30.93

23.52
54.45

2.38
56.82

2.09
58.92

1.97
60.89

1.51
62.40

.95
63.45

.90
64.25

.87
65.12

.62
65.74

23.59
23.59

23.26
46.85

2.63
49.48

2.06
51.54

2.07
53.61

1.77
55.38

1.14
56.52

1.07
57.59

.85
58.44

.72
59.15

Mississippi (116)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.66
17.66

15.81
33.47

8.03
41.50

7.87
49.37

5.38
54.76

3.03
57.79

2.01
59.80

1.83
61.63

1.64
63.27

1.63
64.90

15.00
15.00

15.46
30.46

8.24
38.70

8.39
47.08

5.70
52.79

3.21
55.99

2.11
58.10

1.89
59.99

1.69
61.68

1.59
63.27

Missouri (343)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.28
25.28

12.89
38.17

9.90
48.06

6.66
54.72

4.05
58.78

3.10
61.87

1.99
63.87

1.25
65.11

1.12
66.23

1.11
67.34

20.95
20.95

11.74
32.69

10.89
43.58

6.94
50.52

4.04
54.56

3.26
57.82

2.13
59.95

1.37
61.31

1.25
62.57

1.17
63.74

Montana (88)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.76
20.76

15.74
36.50

9.90
46.40

3.91
50.31

3,58
53.89

3.22
57.10

2.31
59.41

1.82
61.23

1.80
63.03

1.73
64.77

19.85
19.85

15.97
35.82

9.56
45.38

. 3.44
48.82

3.81
52.63

3.02
55.65

2.43
58.08

1.84
59.91

1.73
61.64

1.82
63.46

Nebraska (293)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.75
14.75

13.15
27.90

11.19
39.08

6.23
45.31

1.91
47.22

1.69
48.92

1.53
50.44

1.26
51.70

1.23
52.94

1.17
54.11

15.70
15.70

11.66
27.37

10.62
37.99

6.19
44.19

2.01
46.20

1.69
47.89

1.50
49.39

1.32
50.72

1.34
52.06

1.20
53.26

Nevada (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.89
24.89

24.07
48.96

21.40
70.35

13.62
83.97

4.77
88.74

2.60
91.34

2.03
93.38

1.73
95.11

1.33
96.43

.98
97.42

4.97
4.97

35.31
40.28

34.81
75.09

.81
75.89

7.59
83.48

4.21
87.69

3.34
91.04

2.88
93.92

2.01
95.93

.05
95.98




157

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

June
New Hampshire (25)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26.64
26.64

19.60
46.24

14.06
60.30

5.23
65.53

4.63
70.16

4.52
74.68

3.14
77.82

2.64
80.46

2.38
82.85

2.12
84.97

22.77
22.77

20.14
42.91

15.49
58.40

5.32
63.72

4.55
68.27

4.52
72.79

3.44
76.23

2.99
79.21

2.74
81.95

1.62
83.57

25.36
25.36

10.79
36.15

8.78
44.93

6.73
51.67

5.85
57.52

5.43
62.95

3.97
66.91

3.95
70.86

3.15
74.01

2.28
76.29

25.00
25.00

10.63
35.63

8.98
44.61

5.92
50.53

6.39
56.93

5.60
62.53

4.03
66.55

4.11
70.67

3.46
74.13

2.50
76,63

27.30
27.30

13.50
40.80

11. 81
52.61

6.73
59.34

3.45
62.78

2.73
65.51

2.25
67.76

1.78
69.54

1,58
71.12

1.53
72.65

24.73
24.73

14.63
39.35

10.61
49.96

6.75
56.71

3.21
59.92

2.93
62.85

2.52
65.3?

1.99
67.36

1.76
69.11

1.39
70,51

New York (166)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.75
18.75

15.64
34.39

10.96
45.35

6.99
52.33

6.72
59.06

6.47
65.52

3.63
69.15

3.17
72.32

3.15
75.48

3.09
78.56

19.41
19.41

15.25
34.65

12.24
46.89

2.53
49.42

3.21
52.63

7.82
60.45

3.62
64.0?

2.05
66.12

5.03
71.15

4,84
75.99

North Carolina (66)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.96
23.96

20.97
44.92

19.91
64.83

7.72
72.55

5.59
78.14

5.08
83.22

3.79
87.01

2.73
89.74

2.58
92.32

.55
92.88

13.61
13.61

17.55
31.15

17.20
48.35

10.25
58.61

8.81
67.41

6.72
74.13

5.78
79.91

4.23
84.14

4.08
88.23

.78
89.01

North Dakota (113)
Assets
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13,36
13.36

9.28
22.65

8.60
31.24

5.26
36.50

4.80
41.30

2.86
44.16

2.34
46.50

1.86
48.36

1.78
50.14

1.77
51.91

13.28
13.28

9.32
22.60

7.70
30.30

5.34
35.64

4.86
40.50

3.08
43.58

2.35
45.92

1.93
4?.86

1.88
49.74

1.81
51.55

16.67
16.67

16.56
33.23

15.12
48.34

8.23
56.58

7.84
64.41

4.86
69.27

3.34
72.61

3.25
75.86

3.11
78.97

1.86
80.83

14.08
14.08

15.56
29.64

15.45
45.10

8.24
53.34

7.29
60.62

5.28
65.90

3.59
69.50

4.04
73.54

2.66
76.21

.01
76.22

10.51
10.51

8.31
18.82

7.56
26.38

5.07
31.45

2.93
34.38

1.87
36.26

1,64
37.90

1.55
39.45

1.49
40.94

1.46
42.41

8.88
8.88

7.82
16.70

6.90
23.60

4.62
28.22

3.16
31.38

1.81
33.20

1.75
34,95

1.69
36.64

1.49
38.13

1.56
39.69

Oregon (42)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

40.91
40.91

21.81
62.71

11.46
74.17

9.88
84.06

2.52
86.57

2.27
88.84

.99
89,83

.71
90.54

.57
91.11

.54
91.65

35.81
35.81

24.49
60.29

11.11
71.40

11.02
82.42

2.96
85.38

2.47
87.85

1.15
89,01

.81
89.82

,64
90.45

.61
91.06

Pennsylvania (214)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative

26.66
26.66

16.39
43.05

9.97
53.01

7.40
60.42

7.37
67.79

2.64
70.43

2,01
72.44

1.86
74.29

1.52
75.82

1.25
77.06

18.81
18.81

16.20
35.02

10.53
45.55

8.00
53.55

7.H3
61.38

2.80
64.18

2 44
66^62

2.16
68.?8

1.66
70.44

1.45
71.89

New Jersey (9 1 )
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative . .

...

New Mexico (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Ohio (2 12)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

. .,

. ...
.

Oklahoma (324)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

158



.

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June
Rhode Island (6)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

64.28
64.28

24.30
88.58

6.87
95.44

3.76
99.20

.68
99.88

.12
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

55.23
55.23

29.60
84.83

8.90
93.73

5.14
98.87

.97
99.84

.16
100.0

0
100.0

0
100.0

0
100.0

0
100.0

South Carolina (72)
Assets
P e r organization . . .
Cumulative
.
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.52
29.52

20.96
50.48

8.81
59.29

7.19
66.49

5.20
71.68

3.47
75.15

2.47
77.62

2.37
80.00

1.69
81.68

1.22
82.90

22.30
22.30

21.09
43.39

8.98
52.37

8.21
60.58

6.26
66.84

4.01
70.85

2.98
73.83

2.64
76.48

2.04
78.51

1.42
79.94

South Dakota (97)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

40.61
40.61

16.73
57.35

5.84
63.18

3.43
66.61

2.58
69.19

1.98
71.17

1.89
73.05

1.58
74.63

1.44
76.07

1.36
77.43

24.36
24.36

18.02
42.38

4.02
46.40

.79
47.19

4.14
51.33

2.97
54.29

3.15
57.44

2.53
59.97

2.16
62.12

1.04
63.16

Tennessee ( 1 94)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.38
17.38

12.02
29.39

10.24
39.63

9.49
49.12

8.77
57.89

4.66
62.56

3.20
65.76

1.80
67.56

1.33
68.88

.84
69.72

15.71
15.71

11.68
27.39

10.12
37.51

9.22
46.73

8.83
55.56

4.06
59.63

3.50
63.12

1.69
64.81

1.32
66.13

.89
67.03

Texas (890)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

20.33
20.33

11.45
31.78

10.07
41.85

4.73
46.58

3.12
49.70

1.98
51.68

1.70
53.38

1.25
54.62

1.10
55.73

1.02
56.75

15.82
15.82

10.79
26.61

9.77
36.38

5.20
41.58

3.41
45.00

2.15
47.14

1.63
48.78

1.22
50.00

1.24
51.24

1.13
52.37

Utah (32)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

36.23
36.23

27.48
63.71

8.19
71.90

6.06
77.96

5.87
83.83

4.39
88.22

1.25
89.48

1.15
90.63

1.08
91.71

1.05
92.75

34.02
34.02

22.83
56.85

8.69
65.55

7.78
73.32

7.04
80.36

5.09
85.45

1.51
86.96

1.30
88.26

1.37
89.63

1.29
90.92

Vermont (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

29.84
29.84

20.64
50.48

16.41
66.89

12.09
78.98

3.87
82.85

3.23
86.09

2.34
88.43

2,12
90.54

2.09
92.63

1.84
94.47

27.07
27.07

21.72
48.79

16.31
65.10

12.34
77.44

4.16
81.60

3.53
85.13

2.46
87.59

2.28
89.87

2.20
92.07

1.99
94.07

Virginia (134)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.60
16.60

15.67
32.28

13.18
45.46

10.72
56.18

10.66
66.84

8.42
75.26

2.59
77.85

1.57
79.41

1.11
80.53

.95
81,48

16.02
16.02

16.11
32.12

11.66
43.78

11.02
54.80

8.24
63.04

9.40
72.44

2.89
75.33

1.79
77.12

1.21
78.33

1.11
79.44

Washington (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

34.54
34.54

17.24
51.78

14.83
66.62

10.09
76.71

4.48
81.19

2.41
83.59

1.45
85.04

1.05
86.09

.71
86.80

.70
87.50

34.50
34.50

16.52
51.03

14.13
65.16

9.71
74.88

4.77
79.64

2.34
81.99

1.55
83.54

1.12
84.66

.81
85.47

.80
86.27

West Virginia (80)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative

17.90
17.90

15.23
33.13

10.41
43.54

8.71
52.25

6.09
58.34

3.47
61.82

3.40
65.21

2.77
67.98

1.71
69.69

1.59
71.28

17.78
17.78

13.89
31.67

10.03
41.70

8.62
50.32

5.99
56.31

3.53
59.84

3.37
63.22

2.86
66.08

1.79
67.87

1.80
69.66




..

159

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

June
Wisconsin (289)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization

21.23
21.23

17.50
38.73

13.82
52.55

4.94
57.49

3.61
61.10

1.86
62.96

1.40
64.36

1.35
65.70

.74
66.45

.73
67.18

21.16
21.16

15.77
36.93

11.33
48.25

5.23
53.48

3.72
57.20

.95
58.15

1.59
59.74

1.51
61.25

.77
62.02

.8?
62.89

Wyoming (45)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

23.28
23.28

15.45
38.74

6.05
44.79

5.77
50.56

5.63
56.20

4.06
60.25

3.82
64.08

3.62
67.70

2.56
70.26

2.52
72.78

23.45
23 45

7.56
31.02

7.06
38.08

6.13
44.21

6.20
50.41

4.72
55.13

4.30
59.43

3.90
63.33

3.00
66.33

2.79
69.13

December
United States (7,908)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

5.06
5.06

4.49
9.56

3.16
12.72

2.94
15.66

2.55
18.21

2.26
20.46

2.06
22.52

1.83
24.35

1.82
26.18

1.67
27.84

5.18
5.18

3.64
8.82

2.84
11.67

1.66
13.32

2.72
16.05

2.29
18.34

1.40
19.73

1.79
21.52

1.35
22.88

2.02
24.89

Alabama (163)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

19.76
19.76

19.17
38.93

17.86
56.79

11.17
67.96

5.23
73.20

2.76
75.95

.84
76.79

.76
77.55

.71
78.26

.59
78.85

17.01
17.01

19.76
36.77

17.55
54.32

9.81
64.13

5.39
69.52

3.05
72.57

.98
73.55

.82
74.37

.74
75.11

.68
75.78

Alaska (8)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

43.13
43.13

26.90
70.03

16.92
86.94

3.86
90.81

3.55
94.36

3.08
97.44

1.77
99.21

.79
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

43.22
43.22

23.99
67.21

18.00
85.21

4.51
89.72

3.79
93.51

3.63
97.14

2.06
99.20

.80
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

35.54
35.54

27.80
63.33

17.67
81.00

5.28
86.28

3.68
89.95

2.79
92.75

1.64
94.39

.96
95.34

.91
96.26

.63
96.89

24.04
24.04

33.62
57.66

22.11
79.11

6.36
86.13

4.79
90.91

.23
91.15

2.07
93.22

1.12
94.34

1.08
95.42

,81
96.23

12.68
12.68

12.03
24.71

5.16
29.88

5.08
34.95

4.10
39.05

2.72
41.77

2.39
44.16

236
46.52

1.99
48.51

1.56
50.07

12.27
12.27

12.06
24.33

5.05
29.38

5.02
34.40

4.15
38.54

2.50
41.04

2.45
43.49

2.39
45.88

2.01
47.89

1 .55
49.44

37.32
37.32

17.51
54.84

8.48
63.31

5.35
68.66

2.40
71.06

2.09
73.16

1.68
74.83

1,36
76.19

1.01
77.20

JO
78.00

35.56
35.56

16.92
52.47

9.31
61.78

5.17
66.95

1.99
68.95

1.57
70.52

1.62
72.14

1.48
73.61

1.05
74.66

.85
75.52

Colorado (1 78)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

19.36
19.36

18.73
38.09

9.62
47.70

5.94
53.64

4.47
58.11

2.51
60.63

62,63

2m

1.48
64.11

1.42
65.53

1.35
66.89

18.59
18.59

19.44
38.03

8.67
46.70

6.39
53.09

3.75
56.84

2.58
59.42

1.99
61.41

1.58
62.99

1.40
64.39

136
65.57

Connecticut (45)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

49.07
49.07

19.62
68.69

8.74
77.43

6.72
84.15

1.99
86.13

1.95
88.09

.87
88.95

.82
89.78

.73
90.51

.63
91.14

40.36
40.36

23.22
63.58

9.14
72.73

7.79
80.52

2.51
83.03

2.31
85.34

1.12
86.46

1.02
87.48

.91
88.39

.78
89.18

,

Arisona(31)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative
Arkansas (1 70)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative . . .
California (357)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organi/ation .
Cumulative

160



. ..

. . .

...

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December
Delaware (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.66
11.66

11.03
22.69

9.44
32.13

9.23
41.36

8.23
49.59

7.21
56.80

6.54
63.33

5.37
68.70

5.05
73.75

3.97
77.71

1.72
1.72

5.76
7.48

16.91
24.40

19.53
43.92

3.66
47.58

3.49
51.08

9.08
60.16

.03
60.19

10.56
70.75

6.29
77.04

District of Columbia (18)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

40.49
40.49

18.49
58.97

17.39
76.36

7.10
83.46

3.40
86.85

3.05
89.90

2.68
92.58

1.29
93.87

1.08
94.95

1.05
96.00

40.28
40.28

17.73
58.01

18.76
76.77

6.43
83.20

3.17
86.37

3.12
89.50

3.13
92.63

1.29
93.91

1.09
95.01

1.19
96.20

Florida (291)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.26
25.26

18.82
44.08

14.34
58.42

13.04
71.46

3.94
75.40

1.82
77.22

.87
78.09

.74
78.83

.71
79.54

.70
80.24

25.84
25.84

19.01
44.85

13.70
58.54

12.53
71.08

3.86
74.94

1.82
76.76

.85
77.61

.64
78.25

.71
78.96

.74
79.70

Georgia (284)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.89
16.89

14.64
31.52

14.62
46.15

9.14
55.28

6.91
62.19

4.42
66.61

3.55
70.16

2.75
72.91

2.41
75.31

1.36
76.67

13.32
13.32

10.81
24.13

12.97
37.10

11.13
48.24

7.40
55.63

5.41
61.04

3.88
64.92

.02
64.94

3.04
67.98

1.45
69.43

Hawaii (7)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

51.69
51.69

33.89
85.58

7.66
93.24

4.52
97.75

1.62
99.37

.58
99.95

.05
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

43.23
43.23

37.67
80.90

10.10
91.00

5.60
96.60

2.44
99.04

.88
99.92

.08
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

37.89
37.89

31.76
69.65

10.92
80.57

7.79
88.36

3.57
91.92

1.93
93.85

1.06
94.91

1.04
95.95

.77
96.72

.74
97.46

37.45
37.45

28.09
65.54

11.91
77.45

9.06
86.51

4.11
90.62

2.28
92.90

.96
93.86

1.28
95.14

.97
96.11

.89
97.00

16.61
16.61

7.6!
24.22

7.58
31.80

6.87
38.67

6.60
45.27

3.86
49.13

2.77
51.90

2.13
54.03

1.52
55.55

1.24
56.80

13.42
13.42

6.03
19.45

6.08
25.52

5.64
31.17

4.17
35.34

4.46
39.80

2.80
42.60

2.29
44.89

1.75
46.63

1.40
48.03

16.31
16.31

14.22
30.52

8.68
39.21

5.64
44.85

4.38
49.23

3.36
52.59

3.32
55.91

3.11
59.02

2.39
61.41

2.39
63.80

16.25
16.25

12.30
28.55

8.46
37.01

5.07
42.08

4.39
46.47

3.32
49.80

3.15
52.95

3.32
56.27

2.63
58.90

2.57
61.46

. ..

16.84
16.84

6.82
23.66

4.83
28.48

3.69
32.17

3.15
35.32

2.08
37.39

1.34
38.73

1.28
40.01

1.18
41.19

1.12
42.31

....

11.34
11.34

6.67
18.00

5.27
23.27

3.91
27.18

3.26
30.44

2.25
32.69

1.39
34.08

1.32
35.40

1.22
36.62

1.17
37.79

17.25
17.25

4.64
21.89

3.90
25.79

3.34
29.13

2.15
31.29

2.10
33.39

1.64
35.03

1.51
36.53

1.44
37.97

1.40
39.37

15.32
15.32

4.70
20.03

3.45
23.48

3.43
26.91

1.99
28.90

2.17
31.06

1.76
32.82

1.53
34.35

1.47
35.82

1.50
37.31

....

..

Idaho { 1 8)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Illinois (666)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Indiana (158)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Iowa (399)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (399)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




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69* Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

a

5

|

7

8

9

10

December
Kentucky (2 16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.07
14.07

13.04
27.11

12.63
39.73

3.92
43.66

2.48
46.14

2.35
48.49

2.24
50.72

2.19
52.91

2.11
55.02

1,75
56.78

13.41

1341

10.97
24.38

9.40
33.79

3.92
37.71

2.78
40.49

2.03
42.52

2.4?
44.99

2.06
47.05

2.33
4939

1.98
5137

15.92
15.92

15.01
30.93

12.84
43.77

6.91
50.68

4.79
55.47

2.53
58.00

2.02
60.02

1.94
61.96

1.36
63.33

1.30
64.63

15.45
15.45

15.48
30.93

12.26
43.19

6.80
49.98

4.01
53.99

2.35
56.34

1.76
58.10

2.02
60.12

1.43
61.56

138
62.93

35.59
35.59

29.08
64.67

11.86
76.53

4.20
80,73

3.12
83.85

2.39
86.24

2.07
8831

1.91
90.22

1.46
91.67

130
92.97

32.01
32.01

28.55
60.55

12.74
73.29

4.30
77.59

3.28
80.87

3.07
83.95

2.07
86.02

2.33
8835

1.68
90.03

1.62
91.66

38.31
38.31

20.80
59.10

7.91
67.01

6.19
73.21

3.82
77.02

3.73
80.75

2.64
83.39

1.47
84.86

1.41
86.27

1.25
87.52

39.40
39.40

18.39
57.79

8.16
65.95

6.59
72.54

3.77
76.31

3.43
79.74

2.21
81.94

1.46
83.41

1.63
B5.04

1.46
86.50

28.15
28,15

17.54
45.68

15.71
61.40

11.79
73.18

9.67
82.85

6.38
89.23

3.89
91.12

1.14
92.26

1.02
93.28

.59
93,87

26.68
26.68

10.63
37.32

15.85
53.17

16.08
69.25

11.66
80.91

5.26
86.17

2.52
8H.69

.88
89.58

1.42
91.00

.84
91.84

25.96
25.96

22.78
48.74

12.18
60.92

7.96
68.88

7.31
76.19

2.36
78.55

2.19
80.74

1.47
82.21

1.41
83.62

1.08
84.70

19.07
19.07

19.08
38.15

14.79
52.94

8.86
61.80

8.73
70.53

2.94
73.48

2.62
76.10

1.87
77.97

1.76
79.73

t.ll
80.84

Minnesota (425)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.17
30.17

23.80
53.97

2.46
56.42

2.03
58.45

2.00
60.45

1.58
62.04

1.00
63.03

.90
63.94

.85
64.79

.62
65.41

23.47
23.47

21.89
45.36

2.78
48.14

2.18
50.32

2.12
52.44

1.89
54.32

1.16
55.48

1.08
56.56

.84
57.40

.71
58.11

Mississippi (108)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

18.72
18.72

16.02
34,74

9.82
44.56

8.32
52.88

5.38
58.25

3.10
61.35

1.88
63.23

1.63
64.86

1.63
66.49

1.52
68.01

16.31
16.31

15.22
31.52

10.54
42.06

8.49
50.55

5.66
56.21

3.29
59.50

1.88
61.39

1.63
63.02

1.57
64.59

1.65
66.24

24.63
24.63

14.28
38.91

9.72
48.63

7.16
55.80

4.04
59.83

3.23
63.06

2.08
65.14

1.33
66.4?

1 Id
67.57

1.06
68.63

21.02
21.02

12.58
33.61

10.70
44.30

7.24
51.54

4.05
55.59

3.40
58.99

2.06
61.05

1.47
62.53

1.22
63.75

1.19
64.93

19.77
19.77

15.52
35.29

10.09
45.37

4.12
49.49

3.72
53.21

3.47
56.68

2.38
59=06

1.86
60.92

1.81
62.73

1.80
64.53

19.18
19.18

15.85
35.03

9.70
44.73

3.70
48.43

3.91
52.34

2.91
55.25

2.53
57.77

1.91
59.68

1.69
61.37

1.87
63.23

...

Louisiana (193)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maine (2 1)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
..
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Maryland (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

....

Massachusetts (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,
..

Michigan (134)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Missouri (334)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Montana (87)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

162



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69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

December
Nebraska (288)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.43
16.43

13.48
29.91

8.42
38.32

6.58
44.90

2.37
47.27

1.66
48.93

1,63
50.56

1.32
51.88

1.24
53.12

1.23
54.35

17.20
17.20

12.25
29.46

7.58
37.04

6.68
43.72

2.43
46.16

1.69
47.84 .

1.63
49.47

1.40
50.88

1.26
52.14

1.32
53.45

Nevada (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

39.80
39.80

17.97
57.77

16.22
73.99

12.70
86.69

3.70
90.39

1.99
92.38

1.79
94.16

1.37
95.53

1.27
96.80

.98
97.78

4.73
4.73

34.67
34.67

34.96
74.36

.49
74.85

7.82
82.67

4.21
86.87

3.83
90.71

.06
90.76

2.74
93.50

1.96
95.46

New Hampshire (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.49
24.49

23.15
47.64

12.55
60.18

8.06
68.24

5.45
73.69

4.10
77.79

3.12
80.91

2.35
83.26

2.27
85.53

1.88
87.41

22.94
22.94

22.30
45.24

14.38
59.62

6.19
65.81

5.42
71.23

4.18
75.41

3.69
79.10

2.80
81.90

2.63
84.52

1.31
85.84

New Jersey (87)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.78
14.78

14.02
28.80

11.65
40.44

7.27
47.71

6.86
54.57

6.19
60.76

4.83
65.59

4.26
69.86

2.65
72.51

2.39
74.90

14.80
14.80

13.97
28.78

10.71
39.49

7.91
47.39

7.19
54.59

6.04
60.63

5.09
65.72

4.57
70.29

2.94
73.23

2.27
75.50

New Mexico (54)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26.94
26.94

13.68
40.62

12.56
53.18

7.08
60.26

3.70
63.96

2.60
66.56

2.21
68.78

1.85
70.72

1.53
72.15

1.50
73.65

24.26
24.26

15.13
39.39

10.06
49.45

7.28
56.73

3.24
59.97

2.81
62.78

2.53
65.31

2.16
67.46

1.79
69.26

1.71
70.96

New York (1 66)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.39
17.39

16.42
33.81

12.03
45.84

7.88
53.72

6.11
59.83

5.79
65.62

3.44
69.06

3.41
72.47

3.37
75.84

3.27
79.12

19.16
19.16

14.80
33.97

12.02
45.99

2.12
48.10

3.37
51.48

7.60
59.08

5.22
64.30

3.88
68.18

2.21
70.39

4.83
75.22

North Carolina (64)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.07
24.07

20.39
44.46

19.68
64.14

8.13
72.27

5.53
77.81

5.09
82.90

3.76
86.65

2.86
89.51

2.67
92.19

.60
92.78

12.85
12.85

17.09
29.94

17.09
47.03

10.71
57.74

8.90
66.64

6.58
73.22

5.67
78.89

4.52
83.40

4.32
87.72

.81
88.53

North Dakota (110)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.66
13.66

10.67
24.32

8.58
32.91

5.35
38.25

4.92
43.17

3.01
46.18

2.47
48.65

1.94
50.59

1.85
52.44

1.78
54.22

14.02
14.02

10.32
24.33

7.85
32.19

5.45
37.63

4.75
42.39

3.21
45.60

2.52
48.12

2.02
50.14

1.83
51.97

1.89
53.86

16.56
16.56

15.05
31.61

14.87
46.48

8.87
55.34

8.22
63.57

5.65
69.22

3.45
72.67

3.32
75.99

3.02
79.01

1.71
80.71

14.13
14.13

15.19
29.32

15.38
44.70

7.95
52.65

7.16
59.81

6.30
66.10

3.96
70.06

3.92
73.98

2.61
76.59

.01
76.61

11.58
11.58

8.75
20.33

7.50
27.82

5.18
33.00

2.79
35.79

2.45
38.24

1.83
40.07

1.76
41.83

1.67
43.50

1.42
44.92

9.36
9.36

8.57
17.94

6.47
24.41

4.67
29.08

3.06
32.14

2.52
34.66

1.90
36.56

1.92
38.47

1.69
40.17

1.52
41.69

.

Ohio (2 10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oklahoma (3 15)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.

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163

69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

December
Oregon (41)
Assets
Per organization
Curnulutive . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

40.30
40.30

21.86
62.15

11.58
73.74

9.99
83.72

2.98
86.71

2.49
89.19

.98
90.17

.89
91.06

.56
91.61

.55
92.16

35.71
35.71

23.60
59.31

11.57
70.88

10.81
81.69

3.05
84.74

3.07
87.81

1.16
88.97

1.03
90.00

.61
90.61

.63
91.24

26.27
26.27

17.08
43.35

10.76
54.12

7.41
61.52

7.08
68.61

2.75
71.36

2.39
73.73

1.54
75.30

1.42
76.72

1.20
77.91

19.10
19.10

16.14
35.25

11.81
47.06

8.10
55.16

7.74
62.90

2.82
65.72

2.81
68.53

1.69
70.22

1.62
71.84

1.42
73.26

65.70
65.70

21.39
87.09

8.48
95.56

3.66
99.22

.66
99.88

.12
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
KX).(X)

0
KX).(X)

53.04
53.04

29.12
82.15

11.55
93.70

5.17
98.87

.97
99.85

.15
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
100.00

0
IOO.(X)

South Carolina (69)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.80
30.80

19.98
50.78

9.10
59.88

7.55
67.43

5.07
72.49

4.00
76.49

3.43
79.93

2.69
82.62

1.20
83.81

1.03
84.84

22.83
22.83

21.01
43.84

8.71
52.55

8.41
60.96

6.24
67.19

4.57
71.77

4.03
75 JO

3.19
78.99

1.44
80.43

1.32
81.76

South Dakota (96)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative

44.70
44.70

18.99
63.69

5.30
68.99

2.18
71.16

1.93
73.09

1.72
74.81

1.69
76.50

1.61
78. 10

1.31
79.41

1.27
80.68

24.11
24.11

17.88
41.99

5.46
47.45

4.01
51.46

1.77
53.24

.17
53.41

3.05
56.46

3.03
59.50

2.34
61.84

2.13
63.97

Tennessee (193)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

17.08
17.08

12.40
29.48

10.28
39.77

9.20
48.96

8.93
57.89

4.28
62.17

3.39
65.56

1.76
67.32

1.37
68.70

.87
69.57

15.74
15.74

11.65
27.39

10.17
37.56

9.16
46.72

8.90
55.62

3.68
59.30

3.54
62.84

1.76
64.60

1.32
65.92

.90
66.82

Texas (866)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.83
20.83

10.58
31.40

9.67
41.07

4.57
45.64

3.30
48.94

2.06
51.00

1.84
52.84

1.63
54.47

1.42
55.89

1.35
57.23

15.09
15.09

10.69
25.78

9.81
35.59

5.03
40.61

3.60
44.22

2.10
46.32

1.76
48.07

1.84
49.92

1.38
51.30

1.38
52.69

Utah (32)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

37.32
37.32

24.27
61.59

8.58
70.17

6.40
76.57

6.02
82.59

4.87
87.46

1.30
88.76

1.22
89.98

1.15
91.12

1.14
92.26

33.72
33.72

22.92
56.64

8.85
65.49

7.39
72.87

7.04
79.91

5.37
85.28

1.51
86.79

1.36
88. 15

1.34
89.49

1.33
90.82

Vermont (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

29.67
29.67

20.78
50.45

16.68
67.13

11.87
79.00

3.72
82.72

3.27
85.99

2.47
88.46

2.11
90.57

2.11
92.67

1.70
94.38

26.93
26.93

22.27
49.21

16.68
65.89

11.82
77.71

4.00
81.71

3.59
85.30

2.59
87.88

2.24
90.12

2.20
92.32

1.80
94.12

Virginia (13 1)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.42
15.42

15.23
30.65

13.19
43.84

12.82
56.66

10.98
67.64

8.09
75.73

2.54
78.27

1.78
80.05

1.07
81.12

.92
82.04

15.26
15.26

15.30
30.56

12.48
43.04

9.16
52.20

10.69
62.89

9.24
72.13

2.92
75.05

2.07
77.12

1.22
78.34

1.09
79.42

Pennsylvania (206)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Rhode Island (6)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

164



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69. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest hanking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1994—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

December
Washington (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

34.41
34.41

16.97
51.38

14.85
66.23

10.36
76.59

4.63
81.21

2.41
83.62

1.43
85.05

.99
86.04

.70
86.75

.68
87.42

34,06
34.06

16.22
50.29

14.21
64.49

9.47
73.96

5.10
79.07

2.49
81.56

1.56
83.12

1.08
84.20

.78
84.98

.78
85.76

West Virginia (78)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.25
18.25

14.22
32.48

10.44
42.92

8.83
51.74

6.05
57.79

4.04
61.83

3.45
65.28

2.81
68.09

1.72
69.82

1.64
71.46

17.82
17.82

13.81
31.64

9.77
41.40

8.57
49.97

6.03
56.00

3.94
59.94

3.47
63.41

2.93
66.34

1.79
68.13

1.74
69.87

20.12
20.12

18.82
38.93

13.71
52.64

5.23
57.87

3.48
61.36

1.93
63.29

1.40
64.69

1.37
66.06

.79
66.85

.62
67.47

20.15
20.15

16.64
36.80

11.18
47.97

5.66
53.63

3.72
57.35

1.31
58.66

1.59
60.24

1.54
61.78

.83
62.62

.68
63.30

....

26.27
26.27

20.19
46.46

6.09
52.54

4.98
57.52

4.43
61.95

3.42
65.37

3.38
68.74

3.34
72.08

3.11
75.19

2.51
77.69

..

20.98
20.98

19.29
40.27

6.90
47.17

5.58
52.74

5.08
57.82

3.78
61.60

3.77
65.36

3.72
69.09

3.26
72.35

2.88
75.23

Wisconsin (283)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Wyoming (42)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




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70. Financial assets of pension funds, totals for private and public funds, 1983-94'
Billions of dollars

1983

Type of fund
1 Total, all types

1984

1,499.6

1,669.8

1,082.1
2 Private funds
281.7
3 Insured
.
4 Noninsured^
800 5
2.7
5
Checkable deposits and currency .
6
Time deposits
60 9
5.9
7
Money market fund shares .
..
357 2
8
Corporate equities
132.2
9
U.S. government securities
10
Tax-exempt securities
.5
11
Corporate and foreign bonds . . . . 107.9
99
12
Mortgages
.
..
13
Open market paper
17.2
106.0
14
Miscellaneous assets
417.4
15 Public funds
16 State and local government .
. . 305 4
17
Corporate and foreign bonds . . . .
93.0
18
Corporate equities
89.6
88.2
19
U.S. government securities
20
Other
34.6
1 12 0
21 U S government
1
1114
22
Civil service*
.....
6
23
Railroad

1,189.5
328.3
861 1
3.3
68 0
6.9
366 9
151.0
.9
123.4
100
19.6
109.1
480.3
350.3
102.7
96.5
111.2
39.9
130 0
1269
31

1,484.8
391.7
1 093 0
4.0
90 0
9.1
475 2
189.6
1.5
155.1
12.5
19.9
136.3
547.5
398.7
107.4
120.1
123.5
47.7
1488
144.6
42

1992

1987

1988

1989

1990

1993

1994

2,411,1

2,616.2

2,860.7

3,400.9

3,484,2

4,974.7

5,009,5

1,765.0
474.2
1 ,290 8
4.3
109 4
tl.O
564 8
220.7
3.6
178.3
15.5
28.2
155.1
646.1
476.5
119.1
150.2
153.5
53.8
1696
163.4
62

1,903.9
536.9
1 367 0
5.0
126 7
12.8
567 9
241.4
I.I
190.1
11 5
31.8
174.8
712.3
521 9
117.7
1696
179.0
57 6
188 4
181 6
68

2,043.7
621.9
1 421 8
4.6
151 4
14.8
6406
250.1
1.1
203.9
17 7
36.3
101.3
817.1
609 0
134.9
219.7
181.6
12 9
208 1
200 3
78

2,405.3 2,413.2 2,921.1 3,154.2 3,492.3
699.7
784.1
865.2
940.5 1 ,042.5
1 ,705 6 1,629.1 2 055.9 2,211.8 2,449.8
4.6
4.7
4.6
5.8
5.8
244.7
175.6
229 2
218.6
188 0
17.8
18. 8
20.3
17,8
24.3
703.0
952 9 ! 048.4 1,216.8
776 1
311.2
401.2
362.8
383.5
321.8
1.7
1.4
1.8
L4
1.6
215, S
292. 1
109.4
226.1
275.7
15.2
25 1
23,8
32.2
19.0
20.8
17.9
26.3
19.2
24.9
189.0
127.6
1 196
157.3
171.6
995.6 1 ,070.9 1,2!?. 2 1,3623 1,482.4
941.2 1,058.8 1,151.2
766.7
820,4
195.4
223.2
166.5
238.0
1693
296. 1
448.9
506.7
300. 1
386.6
238.4
197.6
250.5
224.6
234.6
124.5
148.2
102.5
130.1
156.1
250 S
101.5
228 9
276 0
111 1
220.1
241.2
265.5
292.0
3193
1 1.5
91
87
10 6
11 8

1,474. 1
1,123.1
2,150,9
1.5
218.8
25.8
1,189.1
.178.4
1.7
294.5
38.4
15.1
185.4
1,515.4
1,176.5
267.9
507.4
266.0
135.1
158.9
346.8
12.1

1985 | 1986
2,032.2

1991

4,138.3 4,516.5

71. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1994
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit
1 Margin accounts 2 . . .
2 "Plan lenders"1
3 Total

..

.

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Regulation G

Total

55,264

208
1 746

55,472
7 746

55,264

7,954

63,218

NYSE members
,

Other brokers
and dealers5

Total

55,264

o

55,264

o

72. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1994'
Millions of dollars except as noted
Item

Amount

ASSETS
1
2
3
4

Debit balances due from public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

55,264
6 J 85
1,807
937

5 Total

64,194

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 To be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 All other assets
9 Total assets

•

173,130
255,252
240,661
733,237

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10
11
12
13

Credit balances owed to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

14 Total
Credit balances due on loans
15 Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
16 U.S. banks
17 Foreign banks
18. Other tenders
19 Total (lines 16 througK 18)

26,889
24,095
8,139
28,683
87,806
116,963
6,772
2,956
14,949
24,677

20 To be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 All other liabilities and capital

332,551
171,240

22 Total liabilities and capital

733,237

MEMO:
Number of margin accounts1
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

1,062,884
2,276,345

25 Total

3,339,229




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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 month or quarter.
2. Figures incorporate adjustments for discontinuities, or "breaks,"
associated with regulatory changes in reserve requirements. (See also
table 11.)
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 US. 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 U.S. 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 bom 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, 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 U.S. savings bonds, short-term U.S.
Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, each
seasonally adjusted separately, and then adding this result to M3.
Debt: The debt aggregate is the outstanding credit market debt of the
domestic nonfinancial sectors—the federal sector (U.S. government, not
including government-sponsored enterprises or federally related mortgage pools) and the nonfederal sectors (state and local governments,
households and nonprofit organizations, nonfinancial corporate and
nonfarm noncorporate businesses, and farms). Nonfederal debt consists
of mortgages, tax-exempt and corporate bonds, consumer credit, bank
loans, commercial paper, and other loans. The data, which are derived
from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts, are breakadjusted (that is, discontinuities in the data have been smoothed into the
series) and month-averaged (that is, the data have been derived by
averaging adjacent month-end levels).
5. 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,
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 are not break-adjusted or seasonally adjusted.
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 may be used to satisfy reserve requirements. The
maintenance period for weekly reporters ends sixteen days after the
lagged computation period during which the vault cash is held. Before

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November 25, 1992, the 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
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 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.5 (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
NOTE. Data are rounded to the nearest tenth of a percentage point,
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. The discount rate on
seasonal credit takes into account rates charged by market sources of
funds and ordinarily is 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 deposit
disintermediation). The discount rate applicable to adjustment credit may
be charged on extended-credit loans outstanding less than thirty days;
however, at the discretion of the Federal Reserve Bank, this time period
may be shortened. Beyond this initial period, a flexible rate somewhat
above rates charged on market sources of funds is charged. The rate
ordinarily is reestablished on the first business day of each two-week
reserve maintenance period, but it is never less than the discount rate
applicable to adjustment credit plus 50 basis points.

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

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Reserve System or the Federal Reserve Bulletin. Under the Monetary
Control Act of 1980, depository institutions include commercial banks,
mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions,
agencies and branches of foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations.
2. Under the Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982,
the Board adjusts the amount of reservable liabilities subject to a 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 20, 1994, the exemption was raised from $4.0 million to
$4,2 million. The exemption applies only to accounts that would be
subject to a 3 percent reserve requirement.
3. Transaction accounts include 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 savings deposits, not
transaction accounts.
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 20, 1994 the amount was
increased from $51.9 million to $54.0 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 Vz years
was reduced from 3 percent to 11/2 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 an 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 than 1 Vz 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 was
the reserve requirement on nonpersonal time deposits with an original
maturity of less than 1 Va years (see note 5).

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.

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. Historical data containing revised data for earlier
periods can be obtained from Publications Services, Mail Stop 127,
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC
20551.
2. Represents accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
and of states and political subdivisions.
3. As of January 1994, other checkable deposits (OCDs) previously
defined as automatic transfer to demand deposits (ATSs) and negotiable
order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts, were expanded to include telephone and preauthorized transfer accounts. This change redefined OCDs
for debits data to be consistent with OCDs for deposits data.
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 than those
owed to depository institutions, the US. 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 U.S. 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 US. 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 US. residents at foreign branches of US.
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 U.S. savings bonds, short-term
Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, each
seasonally adjusted separately, and then adding this result to M3.
Debt: The debt aggregate is the outstanding credit market debt of the
domestic nonfinancial sectors—the federal sector (U.S. government, not
including government-sponsored enterprises or federally related mortgage pools) and the nonfederal sectors (state and local governments,
households and nonprofit organizations, nonfinancial corporate and
nonfarm noncorporate businesses, and farms). Nonfederal debt consists
of mortgages, tax-exempt and corporate bonds, consumer credit, bank




loans, commercial paper, and other loans. The data, which are derived
from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts, are breakadjusted (that is, discontinuities in the data have been smoothed into the
series) and month-averaged (that is, the data have been derived by
averaging adjacent month-end levels).
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, and 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, (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.
9. Small time deposits—including retail RPs—are those issued in
amounts of less than $100,000. All individual retirement accounts (IRAs)
and Keogh accounts at commercial banks and thrift institutions are
subtracted 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, U.S. 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 effect 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 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 effect 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 include required reserves against transactions deposits and
nonpersonal time and savings deposits (but not reservable nondeposit
liabilities).
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 the "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 contemporaneous 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).

TABLE 12
1. BIF, Bank Insurance Fund Data in this table also appear in the
Board's H.6 (508) Special Supplementary Table monthly statistical
release. Estimates are based on data collected by the Federal Reserve
System from a stratified random sample of about 425 commercial banks
and 75 savings banks on the last day of each month. Data are not
seasonally adjusted and include IRA and Keogh deposits and foreign
currency-denominated deposits. Data exclude retail repurchase agreements and deposits held in US. branches and agencies of foreign banks.
2. As of October 31, 1994, interest rate data for NOW accounts and
savings deposits reflect a series break caused by a change in the survey
used to collect these data.
3. Includes personal and nonpersonal money market deposits.
4. Includes both mutual and federal savings banks.

TABLE 13
1. Covers the following types of institutions in the fifty states and the
District of Columbia: domestically chartered commercial banks that
submit a weekly report of condition (large domestic); other domestically
chartered commercial banks (small domestic); branches and agencies of
foreign banks; New York State investment companies, and Edge Act and
agreement corporations (foreign-related institutions). Excludes international banking facilities. Data are Wednesday values, or pro rata averages
of Wednesday values. Large domestic banks constitute a universe; data
for small domestic banks and foreign-related institutions are estimates
based on weekly samples and on quarter-end condition reports. Data are
adjusted for breaks caused by reclassifications of assets and liabilities.
2. Excludes federal funds sold to, reverse repurchase agreements with,
and loans to commercial banks in the United States,
3. Consists of reserve repurchase agreements with broker-dealers and
loans to purchase and carry securities.
4. Consists of federal funds sold to, reverse repurchase agreements
with, and loans to commercial banks in the United States.
5. Includes vault cash, cash items in process of collection, demand
balances due from depository institutions in the United States, balances
due from Federal Reserve Banks, and other cash assets.
6. Excludes the due-from position with related foreign offices, which
is included in lines 25, 53, 81, and 109.
7. Excludes unearned income, reserves for losses on loans and leases,
and reserves for transfer risk. Loans are reported gross of these items.

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8. Excludes the due-to position with related foreign offices, which is
included in lines 25, 53, 81, and 109.
9. This balancing item is not intended as a measure of equity capital
for use in capital adequacy analysis.

TABLE 14
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 (NOWs) and automatic
transfer service (ATS) accounts, 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 nonfmancial 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. 148-49.

TABLE 15
1. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
2. Includes transactions with nonbank brokers and dealers in
securities,
3. For U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks having a net "due
from" position, includes net due from related institutions abroad.
4. Includes other transaction deposits.
5. Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
6. For U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks having a net "due
to" position, includes net owed to related institutions abroad.
7. Excludes loans to and federal funds transactions with commercial
banks in the United States.

TABLE 16
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.

TABLE 17
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
largest banks by asset size, based on the most recent Call Report,
Data in this table also appear in the Board's H.15 (519) weekly and
G.13 (415) monthly statistical releases.

TABLE 18
NOTE. Some of the data in this table also appear in the Board's H.15
(519) weekly and G.13 (415) monthly statistical releases.
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 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
fpr 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.
SOURCE. U.S. Department of the Treasury.
13. General obligation bonds based on Thursday figures; Moody's
Investors Service.
14. State and local government general obligation bonds maturing in
twenty years are used to compile this index. The twenty-bond index has
a rating roughly equivalent to Moody's Al rating. Based on Thursday

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
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 20
1. Since 1990, off-budget items have been the social security trust
funds (federal old-age survivors insurance and federal disability insurance) and the US. Postal Service.
2. Includes special drawing rights (SDRs); 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.
SOURCE. US. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the US. Government; and U.S. Office of
Management and Budget, Budget of the US. Government.

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. Common stock ratio is based
on the 500 stocks in the price index.

TABLE 19
1. In July 1976 a financial group, composed of banks and insurance
companies, was added to the group of stocks on which the index is based.
The index is now based on 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. Series initiated in June 1984.
6. Margin requirements, stated in regulations adopted by the Board of
Governors pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit the




TABLE 21
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. Includes interest received by trust funds.
7. Rents and royalties for the outer continental shelf, U.S. government
contributions for employee retirement, and certain asset sales.
SOURCE. US. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the US. Government; and US. Office of
Management and Budget, Budget of the US. Government, Fiscal Year
1996.

TABLE 22
1. Consists of guaranteed debt of U.S. Treasury and other federal
agencies, specified participation certificates, notes to international lending organizations, and District of Columbia stadium bonds.
SOURCE, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Statement of the
Public Debt of the United States and Treasury Bulletin.

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TABLE 23
1. Includes (not shown separately) securities issued to the Rural
Electrification Administration, depository bonds, retirement plan bonds,
and individual retirement bonds.
2. Nonmarketable series denominated in dollars, and series denominated in foreign currency held by foreigners.
3. Held almost entirely by U.S. Treasury and other federal agencies
and trust funds.
4. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and U.S. government agencies and
trust funds are actual holdings; data for other groups are U.S. Treasury
estimates,
5. Consists of investments of foreign balances and international
accounts in the United States.
6. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, credit
unions, mutual savings banks, corporate pension trust funds, dealers and
brokers, certain U.S. Treasury deposit accounts, and federally sponsored
agencies.
SOURCE. U.S. Treasury Department; data by type of security, Monthly
Statement of the Public Debt of the United States', data by holder,
Treasury Bulletin,
TABLE 24
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.
Monthly averages are based on the number of trading days in the month.
Transactions are assumed evenly distributed among the trading days of
the report week. 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.
2. Outright transactions include immediate and forward transactions.
Immediate delivery refers to purchases or sales of securities (other than
mortgage-backed federal 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-baeked 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.
Forward transactions are agreements made in the over-the-counter
market that specify delayed delivery. 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.
3. Futures transactions and positions are standardized agreements
arranged on an exchange. All futures transactions are included regardless
of time to delivery.
4. 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.
5. 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.
Weekly figures are close-of-business Wednesday data. Positions for
calendar days of the report week are assumed to be constant. Monthly
averages are based on the number of calendar days in the month.
Securities positions are reported at market value.
6. Net outright positions include immediate and forward positions.
Net immediate positions include securities purchased or sold (other than
mortgage-backed agency securities) that have been delivered or are
scheduled to be delivered in five business days or less and "whenissued" securities that settle on the issue date of offering. Net immediate
positions for mortgage-backed agency securities include securities purchased or sold that have been delivered or are scheduled to be delivered
in thirty business days or less.
Forward positions reflect agreements made in the over-the-counter
market that specify delayed delivery. Forward contracts for U.S. Treasury

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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.
7. Futures positions reflect standardized agreements arranged on an
exchange. All futures positions are included regardless of time to
delivery,
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.
Financing data are reported in terms of actual funds paid or received,
including accrued interest.
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
collateralkation,
NOTE. Major changes in the report form filed by primary dealers
induced a break in the dealer data series as of the week ending July 6,
1994.
An "n.a." indicates that data are not published because of insufficient
activity.

TABLE 25
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the US. Defense Department
between 1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners assistance programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt beginning
October 1, 1976.
3. 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
Fanners Home Administration, the Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Small
Business Administration, and the Veterans' Administration.
6. Off-budget.
I, Includes outstanding noncontingent liabilities: notes, bonds, and
debentures. Includes Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation, therefore details do not sum to total. Some data are estimated.
8. Excludes borrowing by the Farm Credit Financial Assistance
Corporation, which is 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 recapitalise the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, undertook
its first borrowing in October 1987.
II. 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 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 Farmers Home
Administration entry consists exclusively of agency assets, whereas the
Rural Electrification Administration entry consists of both agency assets
and guaranteed loans.

TABLE 26
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Includes school districts.
SOURCE. Securities Data Company.

TABLE 27
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 by 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.
SOURCE. Securities Data Company and the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.

TABLE 28
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 net 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. Data based on reports of
membership, 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.

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.

TABLE 32
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 US. Department of Housing and Urban Development
(HUD). Based on transactions on the first day of the subsequent month.
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.

TABLE 29
1. "Other" consists of construction, wholesale and retail trade,
finance and insurance, personal and business services, and
communication.
SOURCE. US, Department of Commerce, Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 30
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.

TABLE 31
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.




TABLE 33
1. 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 Fanners
Home Administration.
5. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities
insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.
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.
SOURCE. 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
for some quarters, are estimated in part by the Federal Reserve. Line 69
from Inside Mortgage Securities.

TABLE 34
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.19 (421) monthly
statistical release.

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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 35
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. Data are available for only the second month of each quarter.
3. At auto finance companies.

TABLE 36
1. Holdings of gold and SDRs appear as assets and are included in
totals; in flow tables, transactions in these categories are treated as
purchases and sales of existing assets.
2. Assets are shown at market value; nonbank finance liability is the
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.
3. Includes savings bonds and other nonmarketable debt held by the
public. Postal savings system deposits are included in "Miscellaneous"
in part A, line 34.
4. Issues by agencies in the U.S. government budget and by
government-sponsored enterprises in financial sectors. Includes loan
participation certificates and securities backed by federally related
mortgage pools.
5. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold, special
drawing rights (SDRs), corporate equities, and equity in noncorporate
business not included in liabilities, minus total floats and discrepancies.

2. Ratio of index of production to index of capacity. Based on data
from the Federal Reserve, DRI McGraw-Hill, 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, RW. 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 data not seasonally adjusted. Seasonally adjusted data for
changes in the price indexes can be obtained from the US, Department
of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Review.

TABLE 39
1. Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.I7 (419) monthly
statistical release. The latest historical revision of the industrial production index and the capacity utilization rates was released in November 1994. See "Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization: A
Revision," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 81 (January 1995), pp. 16-26.
For a detailed description of the industrial production index, see
"Industrial Production: 1989 Developments and Historical Revision/'
Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 76 (April 1990), pp. 187-204.
2. Primary processing includes textiles; lumber; paper; industrial
chemicals; synthetic materials; and fertilizer materials; petroleum products; rubber and plastics; stone, clay, and glass; primary metals; and
fabricated metals.
3. Advanced processing includes foods; tobacco; apparel; furniture
and fixtures; printing and publishing; chemical products such as drugs
and toiletries; agricultural chemicals; leather and products; machinery;
transportation equipment; instruments; and miscellaneous manufactures.
4. Capacity utilization is calculated as the ratio of the Federal
Reserve's seasonally adjusted index of industrial production to the
corresponding index of capacity.

TABLE 40
TABLE 37
1. Data in table B also appear in the Board's Z.I (780) quarterly
statistical release, tables L.6 and L.I.
2. Excludes corporate equities and mutual fund shares.
3. Through 1992:Q4, corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antillean financial subsidiaries, and U.S. direct investment abroad
excludes net inflows from those bond issues.
4. Hquity in the Federal National Mortgage Association.
5. 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.
6. Loans (except mortgages), short-term paper, profit taxes payable,
and trade debt. Includes loans due in more than one year and excludes
current maturities of securities and mortgages.

1. Beginning January 1994, reflects redesign of current population
survey and population controls from the 1990 census.
2. Persons sixteen years of age and older, including Resident Armed
Forces. Monthly figures are based on sample data collected during the
calendar week that contains the twelfth day; annual data are averages of
monthly figures. By definition, seasonality does not exist in population
figures.

3. Includes self-employed, unpaid family, and domestic service
workers.
4. 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 1992 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 38
NOTE. Basic data (not indexes) for series mentioned in notes 4 and 5
and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and 6 can also be found in the
U.S. Department of Commerce, Survey of Current Business.
1. Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.I7 (419) monthly
statistical release. The latest historical revision of the industrial production index and the capacity utilization rates was released in November 1994. See "Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization: A
Revision," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 81 (January 1995), pp. 16-26.
For a detailed description of the industrial production index, see
"Industrial Production: 1989 Developments and Historical Revision,"
Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 76 (April 1990), pp. 187-204.

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TABLE 41
1. Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.17 (419) monthly
statistical release. The latest historical revision of the industrial production index and the capacity utilization rates was released in November 1994. See "Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization: A
Revision, " Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 81 (January 1995), pp. 16-26,
For a detailed description of the industrial production index, see
"Industrial Production: 1989 Developments and Historical Revision,*'
Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 76 (April 1990), pp. 187-204.
2. Standard industrial classification.

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TABLE 47

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 19,000 jurisdictions
beginning in 1994.

1. Excludes deposits and US. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds and nonmarketable US. Treasury securities, in each case measured at face (not market)
value.
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 48
1. Data on claims exclude foreign currencies held by US. 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 die domestic customers.

TABLE 43
TABLE 49
1. Not seasonally adjusted.
2, Figures for consumer prices are for all urban consumers and reflect
a rental-equivalence measure of homeownership,
SOURCE. US. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

TABLE 44
1. Seasonal factors are not calculated for lines 12-16, 18-21, 22-34,
and 38^M).
2. Data are on an international accounts basis. Data differ from the
Census basis data for reasons of coverage and timing. Military exports
are excluded from merchandise trade data and are included in line 5.
3. Reporting banks include all types of depository institution as well
as some brokers and dealers,
4. Associated primarily with military sales contracts and other transactions arranged with or through foreign official agencies.
5. Consists of investments in U.S. corporate stocks and in debt
securities of private corporations and state and local governments.
SOURCE. US. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 45
1. Data show monthly values consistent with quarterly figures in the
U.S. balance of payments accounts.
SOURCE. FT900, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the
Census and Bureau of Economic Analysis.

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.
SOURCE. Tables 47 through 57 are based on U.S. Department of the
Treasury data and on data reported to the department by banks (including
Federal Reserve Banks) and securities dealers in the United States, and
on the 1989 benchmark. The data exclude holdings of dollars by the
International Monetary Fund (IMF) 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 46
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 47, line 3, Gold stock is 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.
U.S. SDR holdings and reserve positions in the IMF were valued at
SDR 1 - 1.20635.
3. Includes allocations of SDRs by the IMF on January 1 of the year
indicated, as follows: 1970—$867 million; 1971—$717 million; 1972—
$710 million; 1979—$1,139 million; 1980—$1,152 million; 1981—
$1,093 million; plus net transactions in SDRs.
4. Valued at current market exchange rates.
SOURCE. U.S. Department of the Treasury data and on data reported to
the Treasury Department by the International Monetary Fund.




NOTE. Source appears at the end of notes for table 49.
1. Reporting banks include all types of depository institutions, as well
as 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 quarterly Consolidated Reports
of Condition filed with bank regulatory agencies. For agencies, branches,
and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks, consists principally of
amounts owed to the head office or parent foreign bank, and to foreign
branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of the 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.

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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. Since December
1992, has included all parts of the former US.S.R. (except Russia), and
Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.
13. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
14. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
15. Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Excludes "holdings of dollars" of the International Monetary
Fund.
16. Principally the Inter-American Development Bank.
17. Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European regional organizations, except the Bank for International Settlements, which is included in
"Other Europe."

TABLE 54
NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49.
1. The banking offices covered by these data include U.S. offices and
foreign branches of US, banks, including U.S. banks that are subsidiaries
of foreign banks. Offices not covered include US. agencies and branches
of foreign banks. Beginning March 1994, includes large foreign subsidiaries of U.S. banks. Also includes other types of U.S. depository
institutions, as well as some brokers and dealers. To eliminate duplication, data are adjusted to exclude claims of foreign branches held by a
U.S. office or another foreign branch of the same banking institution.
These data are on a gross claims basis and do not necessarily reflect the
ultimate country risk or exposure of U.S. banks. More complete data on
the country risk exposure of U.S. banks are available in the quarterly
Country Exposure Lending Survey published by the Eederal Financial
Institutions Examination Council.
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. Beginning March 1994 includes Namibia.
4. Excludes other republics of the former Soviet Union.
5. Excludes Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovinia, and Slovenia.
6. Includes Canal Zone.
7. Foreign branch claims only.
8. Includes New Zealand, Liberia, and international and regional
organizations.

TABLE 51
NOTE, Source appears at the end of table 49.
1. Since December 1992, has excluded Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.
2. Includes the Bank for International Settlements. Since December 1992, has included all parts of the former US.S.R. (except Russia),
and Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
5. Excludes the Bank for International Settlements, which is included
in "Other Europe."

TABLE 52

TABLE 55
NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49,
1. For a description of the changes in the international statistics tables,
see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 65, (July 1979), p. 550.
2. Revisions include a reel assification of transactions, which also
affects the totals for Asia and the grand totals.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States),
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
5. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.

TABLE 56

NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49.
1. For banks' claims, data are monthly; for claims of banks' domestic
customers, data are for quarter ending with the month indicated.
Reporting banks include all types of depository institutions, as well as
some brokers and dealers.
2. For US. banks, includes amounts due from own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in quarterly Consolidated Reports
of Condition filed with bank regulatory agencies. For agencies, branches,
and majoaty-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks, consists principally of
amounts due from head office or parent foreign bank, and to foreign
branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of the 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.

NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49.
1. Comprises oil-exporting countries as follows: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq,
Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial
States).
2. Includes state and local government securities and securities of U.S.
government agencies and corporations. Also includes issues of new debt
securities sold abroad by U.S. corporations organized to finance direct
investments abroad.

TABLE 53

TABLE 58

NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49.
1. Reporting banks include all types of depository institutions, as well
as some brokers and dealers.
2. Maturity is time remaining to maturity.
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.

1. Official and private transactions in marketable US. Treasury
securities having 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.

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NOTE. Source appears at the end of table 49.
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 57

2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.

TABLE 59
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. The Bank of France discounts Treasury bills for seven to ten days.

TABLE 60
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.

TABLE 61
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.

TABLE 62
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for cable
transfers. Data in this table also appear in the Board's G.5 (405) monthly
statistical release.
2. Value in U.S. cents.
3. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. 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.

TABLE 63
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. Effective (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.
7. 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 64
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, U.S. branches and agencies of
foreign banks had filed a monthly FR 886a report. Aggregate data from
that report were available through the Federal Reserve 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.
5. Related depository 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.

Part 2 —Special Tables
TABLE 65
1. See Board of Governors, Annual Report for data covering earlier
years. Some of the data also appear in the Board's H.4.1 (503) weekly
statistical release.
2. Includes securities loaned=fully guaranteed by US. 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.

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TABLE 66
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. The effect of the 1987 implementation of the Financial Accounting
Standards Board's Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 87,
Employers' Accounting for Pensions (SFAS 87), 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 SFAS 87 on the Reserve Banks was a reduction in
expenses of $75,646,845.
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 U.S. Treasury for uncut sheets of
Federal Reserve notes, gains and 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 67
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.)
Location of bank
California
Connecticut
District of Columbia
Kansas
Maryland
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Oklahoma
Rhode Island

Number and location
of branches
1 in Arizona, 1 in Nevada, 2 in Oregon,
4 in Washington
16 in Rhode Island
2 in Maryland
1 in Colorado, 3 in Kentucky
37 in District of Columbia
197 in Pennsylvania
1 in Massachusetts, 1 in Pennsylvania
1 in Kentucky
1 in Texas
25 in Connecticut

2. Formerly called mutual savings banks.
3. As of December 31, 1988, includes noninsured national trust
companies that are members of the Federal Reserve System.
4. Member banks exclude and nonmember banks include three workout national banks that are not members of the Federal Reserve System.
5. Figures include nonmember banks in Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands.
6. Includes five banks that converted to thrift institutions.
7. Includes three banks that converted to branches of thrift institutions,
8. Includes interclass changes and sale of branches.

TABLE 69
1. Numbers in parentheses are totals of banking organizations in the
state. Data are for all domestic commercial banks.

TABLE 70
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 System Thrift Savings Plan.
3. Includes Federal Employees' Retirement Fund, Foreign Service
Retirement Fund, and Disability Trust Fund.

TABLE 71
1. Includes firms that are members of the American Stock Exchange
but not the New York Stock Exchange.
2. Includes credit extended on stock, nonconvertible bonds, and
convertible bonds under the Regulation T requirement for consolidated
reporting.
3. Includes credit extended to finance purchases through qualified
stock option and employee stock purchase and ownership plans.

TABLE 72
TABLE 68
1. Includes nondeposit trust companies, private banks, industrial
banks, and nonbank banks.

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1. For brokers that are members of either the American Stock
Exchange or the New York Stock Exchange.
2. One firm is excluded because it cannot provide data for Debit or
Credit status.

Part 4—Index to Tables




Index to Tables
References are to table numbers, not page numbers

Acceptances, bankers, 7, 16(B), 18(A, B), 66
Agricultural loans, commercial banks, 14
Assets and deposits, banking organizations, percentage of total
held by ten largest, 69
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, 13(A, B), 14, 15
Domestic finance companies, 30
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 65
Flow of funds accounts, 36(A, B)
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 64
Assets of pension funds, 70
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 34, 35
Production, 41(A, B)
Bankers acceptances, 7, 16(B), 18(A, B), 66
Banking offices in operation, number and changes, 67, 68(A, B)
Bonds, 18(A, B), 27. (See also US. government and Treasury
securities)
Branch banks, 67, 68(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, selected measures, 38
Business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 29
Business loans, 31. (See also Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity, 39(B)
Capacity utilization, 38, 39(C)
Capital accounts, Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A), 65
Central banks, foreign, discount rates, 59
Certificates of deposit, 18(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 13(A, B), 14, 64
Weekly reporting banks, 14
Commercial banks
Agricultural loans, 14
Assets and liabilities, 13(A, B), 14
Banking offices, number and changes, 67, 68(A, B)
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits held
by ten largest, 69
Commercial and industrial loans, 13(A, B), 14, 63, 64
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 34, 35
Debits and deposit turnover, 9(A, B)
Deposit interest rates, 12
Loans sold outright, 14
Mortgages held, by type of holder and property, 33
Selected borrowings, 4
Time and savings deposits 1(A, B)
Commercial paper, 16(A), 18(A, B)
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities: Banks)
Construction, loans for, 38, 42
Consumer installment credit, 34, 35
Consumer prices, 38, 43
Corporations, security issues, 27, 57
Credit (See Loans)
Credit unions, 34
Currency in circulation, 2, 10(A, B)
Customer financing, stock market, 19(B), 71, 72




Debits to deposit accounts, 9(A, B)
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, 9(A, B)
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 15
Turnover at commercial banks, 9(A, B)
Depository institutions
Loans to, 14
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, ll(A f B), 65
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by ten
largest, 69
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 13(A, B), 14, 15,
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 20, 65
Interest rates, commercial banks, 12
Savings, 1(A, B), 9(A, B), 10(A, B), 12
Small time, large time, 10(A, B)
Turnover at commercial banks, 9(A, B)
Discount rates at Federal Reserve Banks and at foreign central banks
(See Interest rates)
Discounts and advances by Federal Reserve Banks (See Loans: FRB)
Dividends, Federal Reserve Banks, 66
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 61
Domestic finance companies, 30, 31
Earnings, Federal Reserve Banks, 66
Employment, 40
Eurodollars, 18(A, B)
Expenditures on new plant and equipment, 29
Farm Credit Banks, 25
Farm mortgage loans, 33
Federal agency obligations, 2(A, B, C, D), 7, 8(A, C), 24(A, B), 25,
65
Federal credit agencies, 25
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, and types and ownership of gross
debt of US. Treasury, 22, 23
Receipts and outlays, 21, 24(A, B, C)
Treasury financing of surplus or deficit, 20
Treasury operating balance, 20
Federal Financing Bank, 25
Federal funds, 4, 14, 15, 18(A, B), 20
Federal Home Loan Banks, 25
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 25, 32, 33
Federal Housing Administration
Debt of, 25
Mortgage interest rate, 32
Mortgage debt outstanding, 33
Federal Land Banks, 33
Federal National Mortgage Association, 25, 32, 33
Federal Reserve Banks
Condition statement, 8(A), 65,
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Foreign assets held, 47
Income, expenses, and dividends, 66

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Federal Reserve Banks—Continued
Payments to U.S. Treasury, 66
Surplus, 66
US. government securities held, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, C), 23, 65
Federal Reserve credit, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 8(A, C), 65
Federal Reserve notes, 8(A, B), 65
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 25
Finance companies
Assets and liabilities, 30
Business credit, 31
Loans, 14, 34
Mortgage debt, 33
Paper, 16(A), 18(A, B)
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions
Commercial banks, 33
Life insurance companies, 33
Loans to, 14
Savings institutions, 33, 34, 37(A)
State-chartered savings banks, 67, 68(A, B)
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Float, 2(A, B, C, D)
Flow of funds, 36(A, B), 37(A, B, C)
Foreign
Banks, assets and liabilities of US. branches and agencies, 64
Central bank, discount rates, 59
Countries
Claims on, 48, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 64
Liabilities to, 14, 45, 47, 48, 49(A, B), 50(A, B), 55, 57, 58, 64
Futures contracts, 24(A, B)
Currency operations, 8(A), 60, 61, 62
Deposits in US. banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 65
Exchange rates, 62
Official institutions, liabilities to, 49(A, B)
Trade, 45

Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 38, 39(A, B, C)
Production, 38, 39(A), 41(A, B)
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 72
Selected statistics, 19(B)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 71
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 67, 68(A, B)
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Reserve requirements, 6, 19(C)
Mobile homes, 34, 42
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1(A, B), 11 (A, B)
Money and capital market rates, 18(A, B)
Money stock measures and components, 1(A, B), 10(A, B)
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)

Gold
Certificate account, 8(A, B), 65
Holdings, 36(A)
Stock, 2(A, B, C, D), 46
Government National Mortgage Association, 25, 32, 33

Pension funds, assets, 70
Personal income, 38
Prices, 19(A), 38, 43
Prime rate, 17
Producer prices, 38, 43
Production, 38, 39, 41
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 66

Housing, new and existing units, 42
Income, personal and national, 38
Income and expenses, Federal Reserve Banks, 66
Industrial production, 38, 39(A, B, C), 41
Installment loans, 31, 34, 35
Insurance companies, 23, 33
Insured commercial banks, number of, 67
Interest rates
Bonds, 18(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans, 63
Commercial bank deposits, 12
Federal Reserve Banks, 5(A, B, C)
Foreign central banks, 59
Foreign short-term, 60
Installment credit, selected types, 35
Money and capital markets, 18(A, B)
Mortgages, 32
Prime rate, 17
Treasury bills, 18(A, B)
International capital transactions of United States, 44-60
International organizations, 49(A, B), 50(A, B), 51, 57, 58
Investment companies, issues and assets, 28
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, 13(A, B), 14
Commercial banks, 13(A, B), 14, 33
Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A, C), 65
Savings institutions, 33

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Labor force, 40
Liabilities (See Assets and liabilities)
Life insurance companies, 23, 33
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, 13(A, B), 14, 15
Commercial banks, 13(A, B), 14, 15, 63, 64
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 8(A, C), 65, 66
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 32, 33

National banks, number, and changes in number of banking
offices, 67, 68(A, B)
Nonmember banks, number, and changes in number of banking offices,
67, 68(A, B)
Open market transactions, 7
Output, 39(A)

Real estate loans
Banks, 14, 33
Terms, yields, and activity, 32
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 33
Repurchase agreements
Banks, 4
Government sector, 7, 24(C), 65
Reserve requirements, 6, 19(C)
Reserves
Depository institutions, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 11(A, B), 65
Federal Reserve Banks, 3, 65
US. reserve assets, 46
Residential mortgage loans, 32, 33
Retail sales, 38
Saving, Flow of funds, 36A, B), 37(A, B, C)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions (See Financial institutions)
Securities (See also specific types)
Commercial banks, 14
Credit reported by lenders, 71, 72
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 25
Foreign transactions, 57
New issues, 26, 27
Prices, 19(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 44
Certificate account, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, B), 65
Holdings, 36(A, B), 44, 46

States and political subdivisions
Deposits, 14
Holdings of U.S. Treasury and other agency securities, 23
New security issues, 26
Ownership of securities issued by, 14
State-chartered savings banks, 67, 68(A, B)
State member banks, number, and changes in number of banking
offices, 67, 68(A, B)
Stock market (See also Securities)
Customer financing, 19(B), 71, 72
Margin requirements, 19(C)
New issues, 27
Prices and trading, 19(A)
Student loan marketing association, 25
Tax receipts, federal, 21 (A)
Tennessee Valley Authority, 25
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Time and savings deposits, 1(A, B), 9(A, B), 10(A, B), 12, 13(A, B),
14, 15
Trade, foreign, 45
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), 20, 65
Treasury operating balance, 20

Unemployment, 40
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 15
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 8(A), 20
U.S. government and Treasury securities
Bank holdings, 13(A, B), 14, 15, 23
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 24(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2(A, B, C, D),
8(A, C), 23, 65, 66
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 8(A), 23, 47, 58
Open market transactions, 7
Outstanding, by type or holder, 23
Rates, 18(A, B)
Treasury bills, 7, 18(A, B), 24(A, B), 49(A, B)
U.S. international transactions, 44-60
Veterans Administration insured loans, 32, 33
Weekly reporting banks, 14, 15
Yields (See Interest rates)

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