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Finance and Economics Discussion Series Divisions of
Research & Statistics and Monetary Affairs Federal
Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.

Federal Reserve Board Statistical Releases: a Publications
History

Sian L. Seldin
2016-016

Please cite this paper as:
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Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2016-016. Washington: Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, http://dx.doi.org/10.17016/FEDS.2016.016.
NOTE: Staff working papers in the Finance and Economics Discussion Series (FEDS) are preliminary
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Federal Reserve Board Statistical Releases:
a Publications History

Sian L. Seldin*
February 2016

Abstract
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has published extensive
statistical information on the U.S. economy and banking industry since 1914. This
information has been published in various formats, usually referred to as "statistical
releases." Titles and release numbers of the publications have changed frequently.
Federal Reserve Board Statistical Releases: a Publications History describes these
changes; it is a convenient tool that lightens the burden of tracing the titles and release
numbers by providing history in a single location.

* Sian L. Seldin (sian.seldin@frb.gov): Research Library, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System. I would like to thank Kris Vajs and John Stevens for their very helpful guidance, encouragement,
and comments. This paper also benefits from the support of my former colleagues Cathy Tunis and Susan
Vincent. Any errors and omissions should be regarded as the author's and not necessarily those of the
Federal Reserve Board.

Table of Contents

Introduction ……………………………………………………………..3
Numbered Statistical Releases ……………………………………….5
Unnumbered Statistical Releases…………………………………… 29
Number index …………………………………………………………. 34
Title index …………….…………………………………………………41
Appendix: Figures …………………………………………………….. 49

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Introduction
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has published extensive
statistical information on the U.S. economy and banking industry since 1914. This
information has been published in various formats, usually referred to as "statistical
releases." Titles and release numbers of the publications have changed frequently.
Federal Reserve Board Statistical Releases: a Publications History describes these
changes; it is a convenient tool that lightens the burden of tracing the titles and release
numbers by providing history in a single location.

In the early years of the Federal Reserve Board, some statistical information was
published in tables that appeared only in the Federal Reserve Bulletin. These statistics
were compiled in Banking and Monetary Statistics (1914-1941) and Banking and
Monetary Statistics (1941-1970). In addition to the tables, these publications provide
helpful textual information on the history of the statistical data. After 1970, the Bulletin
tables were compiled in the Annual Statistical Digest and Statistical Digest. In recent
years, statistical release data also have appeared on the Board’s public web site
(http://www.federalreserve.gov/econresdata/statisticsdata.htm). During the Federal
Reserve System’s centennial, an extensive collection of numbered statistical releases
from the Research Library’s collections were digitized and now are available at the
FRASER site (https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/). To construct a comprehensive statistical
data series over time, it may be necessary to consult all of these sources.

This document consists of two parts. This first part covers numbered statistical releases
and is arranged by release number. In the past, the Board printed out the numbered
releases and circulated them as individual documents. The second part includes some
surveys and the unnumbered releases, which are arranged by title. The date ranges
listed under each title refer to the dates of publication.

This document has both Number and Title Indexes. The numbers at these Indexes refer
to item number, not page number. The Figures in the document are included to display
graphically some complicated changes in these documents.

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The information in this history was obtained from various sources, including the
Research Library’s print collection of statistical releases, its microfilm collection, and card
and online catalogs. Information also was obtained from the Federal Reserve Bulletin’s
annual list of publications and statistical tables; the statistical release records in the
Board’s Records Section; and the Guide to the Retention of Selected Releases, a
booklet published by Research Library staff from 1980 to 1990.

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Numbered Statistical Releases
1

B816 Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks: Summary of Applications,
Approvals, Rejections and Commitments
1934-1936
Note:
In 1936, Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks (B816, 1934-1936) and Industrial
Advances and Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal Reserve Act (B817, 19341936) were merged into Industrial Advances and Commitments (B819).

2

B817 Industrial Advances and Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal
Reserve Act: Summary by Federal Reserve Banks
1934-1936
Note:
In 1936, Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks (B816, 1934-1936) and Industrial
Advances and Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal Reserve Act (B817, 19341936) were merged into Industrial Advances and Commitments (B819).

3

C.2 Aggregate Summaries of Annual Surveys of Securities Credit Extension
1976-1999
Annual

4

C.4 Insured Bank Income by Size of Bank
1978-1982
Annual
Formerly:
1953-1960 Member Bank Earnings (Quarterly/Semiannual)
1961 Member Bank Income (Quarterly/Semiannual)
1962 Member Bank Income (E.5, Quarterly/Semiannual)
1963 Member Bank Earnings (E.5, Quarterly/Semiannual)
1964-1977 Member Bank Income (C.4, Annual)

5

C.5 Bank Debits and Demand Deposits
1970-1976
Annual
Formerly:
1919-1929 Debits to Individual Accounts
1930-1939 Bank Debits: Debits to Individual Accounts (FR 344)
1940-1942 Bank Debits: Debits to Deposit Accounts (FR 344)
1943-1945 Bank Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts (FR 344)
1946-1953 Bank Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts (C.5)
1954-1969 Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts Except Interbank and U.S.
Government Accounts (C.5)

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Note:
Bank Debits and Demand Deposits (C.5) included Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts
Except Interbank and U.S. Government Accounts (C.5) and End of Month Demand Deposits
Except Interbank and U.S. Government Accounts (C.5a).

6

C.5 Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Banks, Domestic
1956-1985
Annual

7

C.6 Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Banks, Domestic and Foreign
1977-1987
Annual

8

C.7.3 Department Store Trade, United States
1954-1965
Annual
Formerly:
1940-1953 Department Store Sales, by Departments

9

C.8 Distribution of Bank Deposits by Counties and Standard Metropolitan Areas
1950-1966
Biennial
Formerly:
1947-1949 Distribution of Bank Deposits by Counties
Note:
From 1941 to 1944, the data was published by the Dept. of the Treasury.

10

C.9 Balance Sheets for the U.S. Economy
1985-1995
Semiannual
Note:
C.9 was discontinued in June 1995; the publication was incorporated into the Flow of Funds
(Z.1).

11

E.2 Survey of Terms of Business Lending
1997Quarterly
Formerly:
1957-1976 Bank Rates on Short Term Business Loans (E.2, Quarterly)
1977-1979 Survey Terms of Bank Lending (G.14, Monthly)
1979-1997 Survey of Terms of Bank Lending (E.2, Quarterly)

6

Note:
The first release in April 1957 included data back to June 1948. From March 1977 to March
1979, Survey Terms of Bank Lending (G.14) was published in the middle of each quarter, and
Monthly Supplement to the Survey of Terms of Bank Lending (G.14) was published in the first
and last month of each quarter. February through April 1977 and August through October
1979, title was Survey Terms of Bank Lending (E.2).

12

E.3.1 Summary Report, Assets and Liabilities of Member Banks
1961-1968
Quarterly
Formerly:
1918-1919 Abstract of Condition of Member Banks
1919-1926 Abstract of Condition Reports of State Bank and Trust Company Members,
and of All Member Banks
1926-1961 Member Bank Call Report

13

E.3.4 Domestic Offices, Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated
Report of Condition
1987-1989
Quarterly/Semiannual
Formerly:
1947-1951 Assets and Liabilities of Member Banks (Irregularly)
1951-1966 Member Bank Loans (E.3.4)
1966-1969 Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Class of Bank (E.3.4)
1969-1975 Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks by Class of Bank (E.3.4)
1976-1980 Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks by Class of Bank (E.3.4)
1981-1986 Domestic Offices, Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated
Report of Condition (E.3.4)

14

E.4 All Banks in the United States and Other Areas, Principal Assets and Liabilities by
States
1957-1968
Semiannual
Formerly:
1943-1947 All Banks in the United States, Principal Assets and Liabilities by States
(E.4)
1948-1957 All Banks in the United States and Possessions, Principal Assets and
Liabilities by States (E.4)

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15

E.4 Automobile Credit1
1979-1983
Quarterly
Formerly:
1976-1978 Automobile Credit (G.26, monthly)
Note:
In 1976, Automobile Instalment Credit Developments (G.26) merged with Finance Rate and
Other Terms on New and Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts Purchased from Dealers by
Major Auto Finance Companies (G.11), and Automobile Loans by Major Finance Companies
(G.25) to form Automobile Credit (G.26).

16

E.5 Choosing a Credit Card
2004-2005
Semiannual
Formerly:
1990-1994 Report on the Terms of Credit Card Plans, Part I
1990-1994 Comprehensive List of Credit Terms, Part II
1995-2004 Shop: The Card You Pick Can Save You Money

17

E.6 Sales, Revenue, Profits and Dividends of Large Manufacturing Corporations
1973-1978
Quarterly
Formerly:
1950-1972 Sales, Profits and Dividends of Large Corporations
(E.6, Quarterly/Semiannual)
Note:
From 1970 to 1972, the publication was temporarily suspended.

18

E.7 List of Foreign Margin Stocks
1999-2004
Semiannual
Formerly:
1969-1984 List of OTC Margin Stocks (E.7)
1984-1990 List of Marginable OTC Stocks (E.7)
1990-1998 List of Marginable OTC Stocks and List of Foreign Margin Stocks (E.7)
Note:
The Board ceased publication of its quarterly List of Marginable OTC Stocks November 9,
1998. The Board removed all fifty-one stocks from its current E.7, March 3, 2004 because
they had not been recertified as required under procedures approved by the Board in 1990.

1

8

See Appendix, Figure 1.

19

E.8 Volume and Composition of Individuals’ Saving
1970-1978
Quarterly
Note:
Before 1969, the data were published by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

20

E.9 Check Collection Services – Federal Reserve System
1975-1983
Semiannual

21

E.10 Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Types of Consumer Instalment Credit
Extended by Major Finance Companies
1976-1983
Quarterly
Formerly:
1972-1975 Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Categories of Consumer
Instalment Credit Extended by Finance Companies (J.3, Bimonthly)

22

E.11 Geographical Distribution of Assets and Liabilities of Major Foreign Branches of
U.S. Banks
1976Quarterly

23

E.12 Finance Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting Commercial
Banks
1979 -1982
Quarterly
Formerly:
1972 -1977 Interest Rates Charged on Selected Types of Bank Loans (G.10, Monthly)
1977 -1978 Interest Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting
Commercial Banks (G.10, Monthly)

24

E.15 Agricultural Finance Databook
1976-2010
Quarterly
Note:
From 1976-1981, the publication was published irregularly.
On October 1, 2010, the E.15 statistical release transitioned from the Board of Governors to
the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The Kansas City Fed oversees this quarterly
compilation of national and regional agricultural finance data.

9

25

E.16 Country Exposure Lending Survey
1977-1980
Semiannual/Quarterly
Note:
From 1977 to 1980, Country Exposure Lending Survey was published by the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Federal
Reserve Board. Since December 1980, E.16 has been published by Federal Financial
Institutions Examination Council (U.S.)

26

E.17 Foreign Branches and Subsidiaries Lists of All U.S. Banking Organizations
1981-1988
Semiannual
Note:
E.17 included four parts: (1) All Foreign Subsidiaries of U.S. Bank Holding Companies; (2)
Edge and Agreement Corporations and Branches; (3) Member Banks Foreign Branches,
Listed by Name of U.S. Bank; and (4) Branches of Member Banks in Foreign Countries.

27

FR266 Foreign Exchange Rates
1937-1942
Daily
Formerly:
1919-1921 Foreign Exchange Rates (X1479, Daily)
1921-1934 Noon Buying Rate for Cable Transfers in New York City (X1479, Daily)
1934-1937 Foreign Exchange Rates (X1479, Daily)
Related to:
Foreign Exchange Rates (H.10 weekly, G.5 Monthly & G.5a Annual).

28

G.3 Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials2
1983-1990
Monthly
Formerly:
1967-1976 Capacity Utilization in Manufacturing (E.5, Quarterly)
1976-1983 Capacity Utilization: Manufacturing and Materials (G.3, Monthly)
Note:
In 1990, Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials (G.3)
merged with Industrial Production (G.12.3) to form Industrial Production and Capacity
Utilization (G.17).

2

10

See Appendix, Figure 2.

29

G.4 State Member Banks of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember Banks that
Maintain Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks and Corporations Doing
Foreign Banking or Financing that Maintain Reserve Accounts with the Federal
Reserve Banks
1957-1981
Annual
Formerly:
1942-1949 State Bank Members of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember
Banks that Maintain Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks
1950-1956 State Member Banks of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember
Banks that Maintain Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks
Note:
Supplements were issued monthly from 1971 to 1981.

30

G.4.5 Changes in Status of Banks and Branches
1974-1990
Monthly
Formerly:
1933-1946 Changes in Status of Banks and Branches (Weekly)
1946-1973 Changes in Status of Banks and Branches (L.4.5, Monthly)

31

G.5 Foreign Exchange Rates
1946Monthly
Formerly:
1940-1946 Foreign Exchange Rates (FR267)
Related to:
Foreign Exchange Rates (FR266 Daily, H.10 Weekly & G.5a Annual).

32

G.5a Foreign Exchange Rates
1982Annual
Related to:
Foreign Exchange Rates (FR266 Daily, H.10 Weekly & G.5 Monthly).

33

G.6 Bank Debits and Deposit Turnover 3
1962-1969
Monthly
Formerly:
1918-1919 Debits to Deposit Accounts (Weekly)
1919-1941 Bank Debits (Weekly)
1941-1953 Bank Debits, Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts (G.6,
Weekly/Monthly)
1953-1959 Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts (G.6, Monthly)
3

See Appendix, Figure 3.
11

1959-1962 Bank Debits (G.6, Monthly)
Note:
As of September 30, 1969, Bank Debits and Deposits Turnover (G.6) merged with Debits,
Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual Centers (G.11) to form Bank Debits,
Deposits and Deposit Turnover (G.6).

34

G.6 Debits and Deposit Turnover at Commercial Banks 4
1977-1996
Monthly
Formerly:
1969-1976 Bank Debits, Deposits, and Deposit Turnover (G.6)
Note:
As of September 30, 1969, Debits, Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual
Centers (G.11) merged with Bank Debits and Deposits Turnover (G.6) to form Bank Debits,
Deposits and Deposit Turnover (G.6).

35

G.7 Loans and Securities at All Commercial Banks 5
1981-1994
Monthly
Formerly:
1979 Bank Credit at All Commercial Banks in the United States (G.7)
1979-1981 Loans and Investments at All Commercial Banks (G.7)
Note:
In 1994, Loans and Securities at all Commercial Banks (G.7) merged with Major Nondeposit
Funds of Commercial Banks (G.10), and Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically
Chartered and Foreign-related Banking Institutions (H.8) to form Assets and Liabilities of
Commercial Banks in the United States (H.8).

36

G.7.1 Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Districts
1947-1978
Monthly

37

G.7.2 Monthly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas
1964-1966
Monthly
Formerly:
1941-1953 Department Store Sales
1954-1964 Monthly Department Store Sales (G.7.2)

4
5

See Appendix, Figure 3.
See Appendix, Figure 4

12

Related to:
Department Store Sales, Preliminary Reports, 1924-1939; and Preliminary Monthly Report of
Department Store Sales in Selected Departments by Districts, 1949-1957.
Note:
Responsibility for preparation of national figures on monthly department store sales was
transferred to the Bureau of the Census in 1966.

38

G.7.3 Monthly Department Store Sales by Departments
1964-1966
Monthly
Formerly:
1940-1954 Department Store Sales and Stocks by Major Departments
1954-1964 Monthly Department Store Sales and Stocks by Departments (G.7.3)
Note:
Responsibility for preparation of national figures on monthly department store sales was
transferred to the Bureau of the Census in 1966.

39

G.7.4.1 Department Store Merchandising Data
1952-1963
Monthly

40

G.7.4.2 Monthly Department Store Stocks
1954-1964
Monthly
Formerly:
1947-1953 Department Store Stocks

41

G.8 Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices
1953-1978
Monthly
Note:
G.8 was discontinued as of June 23, 1978; most of the data in G.8 was provided by the
Bureau of Labor Statistics.

13

42

G.9 Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit at
Large Commercial Banks
1979-1987
Monthly
Formerly:
1964-1966 Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit
(E.8, Quarterly)
1966-1979 Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit
(G.9, Monthly)

43

G.10 Major Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks 6
1979-1994
Monthly
Note:
In 1994, Major Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks (G.10) merged with Loans and
Securities at All Commercial Banks (G.7), and Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically
Chartered and Foreign-related Banking Institutions (H.8) to form Assets and Liabilities of
Commercial Banks in the United States (H.8).

44

G.11 Debits, Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual Centers7
1967-1969
Monthly
Note:
As of September 30, 1969, Debits, Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual Centers
(G.11) merged with Bank Debits and Deposits Turnover (G.6) to form Bank Debits, Deposits
and Deposit Turnover (G.6).

45

G.11 Finance Rate and Other Terms on New and Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts
Purchased from Dealers by Major Auto Finance Companies8
1972-1975
Monthly
Note:
In 1976, Finance Rate and Other Terms on New and Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts
Purchased from Dealers by Major Auto Finance Companies (G.11) merged with Automobile
Loans by Major Finance Companies (G.25), and Automobile Instalment Credit Developments
(G.26) to form Automobile Credit (G.26).

6
7
8

14

See Appendix, Figure 4.
See Appendix, Figure 3.
See Appendix, Figure 1.

46

G.11 Monthly Report of Condition for U.S. Agencies, Branches, and Domestic
Banking Subsidiaries of Foreign Banks
1972-1980
Monthly
Note:
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.11, last issued on July 10, 1980.

47

G.12.2 National Summary of Business Conditions9
1923-1973
Monthly
Note:
In 1973, National Summary of Business Conditions (G.12.2) merged with Business Indexes
(G.12.3) to form Industrial Production (G.12.3).

48

G.12.3 Industrial Production10
1973-1990
Monthly
Formerly:
1938-1973 Business Indexes (G.12.3)
Note:
In 1990, Industrial Production (G.12.3) merged with Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing,
Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials (G.3) to form Industrial Production and Capacity
Utilization (G.17).

49

G.13 Selected Interest Rates 11
1979-2002
Monthly
Formerly:
1929-1936 Money Rates Open Market Rates in New York City (Weekly)
1936-1940 Open Market Money Rates in New York City (Weekly)
1940-1942 Open Market Rates in New York City (Weekly)
1942-1944 Open Market Money Rates in New York City (Weekly)
1944-1976 Open Market Money Rates and Bond Prices (G.13, Monthly)
1977-1979 Selected Interest Rates and Bond Prices (G.13 Monthly)
Note:
In 1976, U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices (G.14) was incorporated into Open
Market Money Rates and Bond Prices (G.13). Selected Interest Rates (G.13, monthly) was
discontinued on Jan. 8, 2002. The data can be found in Selected Interest Rates (H.15, daily &
weekly).

9
10
15

See Appendix, Figure 2.
See Appendix, Figure 2
See Appendix, Figure 5.
15

50

G.14 Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of Large International Banking Facilities
1987-1990
Monthly
Formerly:
1982-1983 Weekly Report of Assets and Liabilities of International Banking Facilities
(H.14)
1983-1987 Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of International Banking Facilities
(G.14)

51

G.14 U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices 12
1956-1976
Monthly
Formerly:
1944-1953 U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices and High-grade Corporate
Bond Yields (R&S 100)
1953-1956 U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices (R&S 100)
Note:
In 1976, U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices (G.14) was incorporated into Open
Market Money Rates and Bond Prices (G.13).

52

G.15 Interdistrict Settlement Fund
1936-1976
Monthly
Formerly:
1915-1935 Gold Settlement Fund (B812)

53

G.16 Retail Furniture Report
1942-1966
Monthly

54

G.16 Summary of Equity Security Transactions and Ownership of Directors, Officers,
and Principal Stockholders of Member State Banks as Reported Pursuant to Section
16(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
1967-1984
Monthly

12

16

See Appendix, Figure 5.

55

G.17 Department Store Credit
1953-1966
Monthly
Formerly:
1942-1953 Department Store Credit (G.17.3)

56

G.17 Maturity Distribution of Euro-Dollar Deposits in Foreign Branches of U.S. Banks
1969-1973
Monthly

57

G.17 Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization 13
1990Monthly
Note:
In 1990, Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials (G.3)
merged with Industrial Production (G.12.3) to form Industrial Production and Capacity
Utilization (G.17).

58

G.17.2 Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture and Household Appliance Stores
1950-1953
Monthly
Formerly:
1942-1943 Retail Instalment Credit
1943-1949 Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture, Household Appliance, and Jewelry
Stores (G.17.2)

59

G.18 Consumer Instalment Credit at Commercial Banks
1953-1975
Monthly
Formerly:
1942-1952 Consumer Instalment Credit of Commercial Banks (G.18.1)

60

G.19 Consumer Credit
1996Monthly
Formerly:
1942-1976 Consumer Credit (G.19)
1976-1996 Consumer Instalment Credit (G.19)

17

See Appendix, Figure 2.
17

Note:
From 1942 to 1952, the Board published three separate releases: Consumer Instalment
Credit of Industrial Banks, Consumer Instalment Credit of Industrial Loan Companies, and
Consumer Instalment Loans of the Principal Types of Financial Institutions. All related to:
Consumer Credit (G.19).

61

G.20 Finance Companies14
1970Monthly
Note:
In 1970, Sales Finance Companies (G.20) merged with Consumer Credit at Consumer
Finance Companies (G.22) to form Finance Companies (G.20).

62

G.20 Sales Finance Companies 15
1942-1970
Monthly
Note:
In 1970, Sales Finance Companies (G.20) merged with Consumer Credit at Consumer
Finance Companies (G.22) to form Finance Companies (G.20).

63

G.21 Commercial and Industrial Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial
Banks
1984-1987
Monthly
Formerly:
1975-1984 Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial Banks (G.21)

64

G.21 Consumer Loans Made Under Effective State Small Loan Laws
1956-1962
Monthly
Formerly:
1953 Loans Outstanding at Consumer Finance Companies (G.21)
1954-1956 Consumer Finance Companies, Loans Outstanding and Volume of Loans
Made (G.21)

14
15

See Appendix, Figure 6.
See Appendix, Figure 6.

18

65

G.22 Consumer Credit at Consumer Finance Companies16
1958-1970
Monthly
Note:
In 1970, Consumer Credit at Consumer Finance Companies (G.22) merged with Sales
Finance Companies (G.20) to form Finance Companies (G.20).

66

G.25 Automobile Loans by Major Finance Companies 17
1970-1975
Monthly
Formerly:
1965-1966 Automobile Loans by Major Sales Finance Companies (L.4.1)
1966-1970 Automobile Loans by Major Sales Finance Companies (G.25)
Note:
In 1976, Automobile Loans by Major Finance Companies (G.25) merged with Automobile
Instalment Credit Developments (G.26), and Finance Rate and Other Terms on New and
Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts Purchased from Dealers by Major Auto Finance
Companies (G.11) to form Automobile Credit (G.26).

67

G.26 Automobile Instalment Credit Developments 18
1967-1975
Monthly
Note:
In 1976, Automobile Instalment Credit Developments (G.26) merged with Automobile Loans
by Major Finance Companies (G.25), and Finance Rate and Other Terms on New and Used
Car Instalment Credit Contracts Purchased from Dealers by Major Auto Finance Companies
(G.11) to form Automobile Credit (G.26).

68

G.27 Commercial and Industrial Loans to U.S. Addresses, Excluding Bankers’
Acceptances and Commercial Paper, by Industry
1979-1983
Weekly
Formerly:
1951-1952 Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry and Purpose
(H.12)
1952-1964 Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry (H.12)
1964-1978 Commercial and Industrial Loans Outstanding by Industry (H.12)

16

See Appendix, Figure 6.
See Appendix, Figure 1.
18
See Appendix, Figure 1.
17

19

69

H.2 Actions of the Board, its Staff, and the Federal Reserve Banks; Applications and
Reports Received
1988Weekly
Formerly:
1960-1963 Applications to Merge Banks or to Form or Expand a Bank Holding Company
Received by or Acted on by the Board (K.2)
1963-1966 Applications Received, or Acted on by the Board (H.2)
1967-1974 Applications and Reports Received, or Acted on by the Board (H.2)
1974-1978 Applications and Reports Received or Acted on and All Other Actions of the
Board (H.2)
1979-1987 Actions of the Board, Applications and Reports Received (H.2)
Note:
Notice of Formations and Mergers of, and Acquisitions by, Bank Holding Companies; Change
in Bank Control (H.2A) is attached to the H.2 release.

70

H.3 Aggregate Reserves of Depository Institutions and the Monetary Base
1981Weekly
Formerly:
1967-1970 Aggregate Reserves and Member Bank Deposits (G.10, Monthly)
1970-1981 Aggregate Reserves and Member Bank Deposits (H.3, Weekly)

71

H.4.1 Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition
Statement of Federal Reserve Banks
1997Weekly
Formerly:
1914-1919 Resources and Liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks (B801)
1920-1946 Condition of Federal Reserve Banks (FR283)
1946-1955 Condition of Federal Reserve Banks (H.4.1)
1956-1961 Weekly Averages of Member Bank Reserves, Reserve Bank Credit, and
Related Items and Statement of Condition of the Federal Reserve Banks
(H.4.1)
1961-1980 Factors Affecting Bank Reserves and Condition Statement of F.R. Banks
(H.4.1)
1981-1984 Factors Affecting Reserves of Depository Institutions and Condition
Statement of F.R. Banks (H.4.1)
1984-1997 Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition
Statement of F.R. Banks (H.4.1)
Note:
Title varies slightly from 1914 to 1919. Reserve bank credit outstanding was included
beginning May 29, 1930.

20

72

H.4.2 Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks in the United
States
1991-1996
Weekly
Formerly:
1919-1920 Condition of Member Banks
1920-1929 Condition of Member Banks in Leading Cities
1929-1935 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (B804)
1935-1937 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities (B804)
1937-1941 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities
(FR284)
1941-1946 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (FR284)
1946-1966 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (H.4.2)
1966-1969 Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks (H.4.2)
1969-1978 Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic
Subsidiaries (H.4.2)
1979-1991 Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and
Domestic Subsidiaries (H.4.2)
Note:
From December 16, 1917 to February 1, 1919, the Board published Condition of Member
Banks together with Resources and Liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks. On February 8,
1919, the two releases were separated.

73

H.4.3 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in New York and Chicago
1962-1979
Weekly
Formerly:
1927-1962 Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Central Reserve Cities
(H.4.3)

74

H.5 Selected Borrowings in Immediately Available Funds of Large Commercial Banks 19
1989-1997
Weekly
Formerly:
1964-1980 Reserve Positions of Major Reserve City Banks (H.5)
1980-1989 Selected Borrowings in Immediately Available Funds of Large Member
Banks (H.5)
Note:
In 1964, Reserve Positions of Major Banks (L.5.6) was divided into Transactions of Major
Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities Dealers (L.5.6) and Reserve Positions of
Major Reserve City Banks (H.5). Data on the repurchase agreement liabilities of depositories
continued to be provided in the Money Stock, Liquid Assets, and Debt Measures (H.6) after
July 1997.

19

See Appendix, Figure 7.
21

75

H.6 Money Stock Measures
2002Weekly
Formerly:
1960-1965 Demand Deposits, Currency and Related Items (J.3, Semimonthly)
1965-1966 Demand Deposits, Currency and Related Items (H.6)
1966-1970 Money Supply and Time Deposits (H.6)
1970-1971 Money Stock and Time Deposits (H.6)
1971-1980 Money Stock Measures (H.6)
1980-1984 Money Stock Measures and Liquid Assets (H.6)
1984-1998 Money Stock, Liquid Assets, and Debt Measures (H.6)
1998-2002 Money Stock and Debt Measures (H.6)
Note:
From April 22, 1983 to October 1997, Monthly Survey of Selected Deposits (FR2042) was a
special supplementary table to H.6. The Board discontinued publishing the M3 monetary
aggregate on March 23, 2006.

76

H.7 Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks 20
1969-1979
Weekly
Formerly:
1946-1969 Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks (J.1, Semimonthly)
Note:
In 1946, Deposits of Country Member Banks (L.4.4(1)) merged with Deposits, Reserves and
Borrowings of Member Banks (L.4.4(2)) to form Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of
Member Banks (J.1).

77

H.8 Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks in the United States 21
1994Weekly
Note:
In 1994, Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking
Institutions (H.8) merged with Loans and Securities at All Commercial Banks (G.7), and Major
Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks (G.10) to form Assets and Liabilities of Commercial
Banks in the United States (H.8).

78

H.8 Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related
Banking Institutions 22
1985-1994
Weekly
Formerly:
1947 All Member Banks: Assets and Liabilities (L.4.7, Monthly)
1947-1963 Assets and Liabilities of All Banks in the United States (G.7, Monthly)
1963-1969 Assets and Liabilities of All Banks in the United States (J.4, Semimonthly)
20

See Appendix, Figure 8.
See Appendix, Figure 4.
22
See Appendix, Figure 4.
21

22

1969-1979 Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks in the United States (H.8)
1979-1981 Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered Commercial Banks (H.8)
1982-1984 Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related
Banking Institutions (H.8)
Note:
In 1994, Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking
Institutions (H.8) merged with Loans and Securities at All Commercial Banks (G.7), and Major
Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks (G.10) to form Assets and Liabilities of Commercial
Banks in the United States (H. 8).

79

H.8a Weekly Department Store Sales
1947-1964
Weekly
Note:
From 1952 to 1960, a Special Weekly Report on Department Store Sales – United States
Summary was prepared.

80

H.8b Weekly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas
1954-1966
Weekly
Formerly:
1945-1953 Department Store Sales, by Cities (H.11)
1953-1954 Department Store Sales in Selected Cities and Areas (H.11)

81

H.9 Weekly Summary of Reserves and Interest Rates
1982-1983
Weekly
Formerly:
1969-1982 Weekly Summary of Banking and Credit Measures (H.9)

82

H.10 Foreign Exchange Rates
1946Weekly
Formerly:
1942-1946 Foreign Exchange Rates (FR 266, Weekly)
Related to:
Foreign Exchange Rates (FR 266 Daily, G.5 Monthly & G.5a Annual).

23

83

H.13 Selected Interest & Exchange Rates, Weekly Series of Charts
1974-2004
Weekly
Formerly:
1961-1969 Capital Market Developments Abroad (H.13)
1969-1974 Selected Interest & Exchange Rates for Major Countries & the U.S., Weekly
Series of Charts (H.13)
Note:
The Board ceased the publication in January 2004. The data on exchange rates can be found
in Foreign Exchange Rates (H.10).

84

H.15 Selected Interest Rates
1979Daily & Weekly
Formerly:
1956-1975 U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices (H.15)
1976-1977 Open Market Money Rates and Bond Prices (H.15)
1977-1979 Selected Interest Rates and Bond Prices (H.15)
Related to:
Selected Interest Rates (G.13, Monthly).
Note:
H.15 includes daily, weekly, monthly and annual data.

85

H.16 Capital Market Developments
1973-1981
Weekly
Formerly:
1954-1960 Capital Market Developments (H.14)
1960-1961 Capital Market Developments in the United States and Canada (H.14)
1961-1968 Capital Market Developments in the United States (H.14)
1968-1973 Capital Market Developments (L.5.8)

86

K.3 Changes in State Member Banks
1968-1989
Weekly
Formerly:
1919-1946 Changes in State Bank Membership (FR270)
1946-1968 Changes in State Bank Membership (K.3, Semimonthly)

87

K.11 Holdover Float as Per Cent of Dollar Amounts Received
1976-1982
Weekly

24

88

K.22 Nonmember Banks with Principal Places of Business in …
1954-1996
Annual
Note:
There are two parts in K.22: Nonmember Banks with Principal Places of Business in the
United States; and Nonmember Banks with Principal Places of Business in Foreign Countries
or Overseas Areas of the United States.

89

L.2.1 Industrial Advances and Commitments23
1948-1954
Semiannual
Formerly:
1936-1946 Industrial Advances and Commitments (B819)
1946-1948 Industrial Advances and Commitments (L.4.2)
Note:
In 1936, Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks: Summary of Applications,
Approvals, Rejections and Commitments (B816, 1934-1936) and Industrial Advances and
Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal Reserve Act (B817, 1934-1936) were
merged into Industrial Advances and Commitments (B819).

90

L.3.2 Assets of Weekly Reporting Member Banks Tabulated From Reports of Condition
1957-1974
Quarterly
Note:
Issued simultaneously with: Liabilities of Weekly Reporting Banks Tabulated From Reports of
Condition (L.3.2(a)).

91

L.4.1 Earnings and Expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
1947-1961
Monthly
Formerly:
1944-1946 Earnings and Expenses of Federal Reserve Banks (B811)

92

L.4.1 Survey of Maturity Structure of Outstanding Large Denomination Certificates of
Deposits at Large Commercial Banks
1979-1987
Monthly
Formerly:
1967-1978 Survey of Maturity Structure of Outstanding Large Denomination Certificates
of Deposits at Large Weekly Reporting Banks

23

See Appendix, Figure 9.
25

93

L.4.2 Auto Loans by Commercial Banks: Maturities and Dealer Cost Ratios
1971-1974
Monthly
Formerly:
1956 Down Payments and Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans (L.4.2)
1956-1962 Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans (L.4.2)
1963-1965 Automobile Instalment Loans at Commercial Banks (L.4.2)
1965-1971 Direct Auto Loans by Commercial Banks (L.4.2)

94

L.4.3 Banking and Monetary Developments
1956-1979
Monthly

95

L.4.4(1) Deposits of Country Member Banks 24
1944-1946
Semimonthly
Formerly:
1929-1935 Average Net Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in
Places with a Population of less than 15,000 (B818)
1936-1943 Average Gross Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in
Places with a Population of less than 15,000 (B818)
1944 Deposits of Country Member Banks (B818)
Note:
In 1946, Deposits of Country Member Banks (L.4.4(1)) merged with Deposits, Reserves and
Borrowings of Member Banks (L.4.4(2)) to form Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of
Member Banks (J.1).

96

L.4.4(2) Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks 25
1945-1946
Semimonthly
Formerly:
1944 Deposits and Reserves of Member Banks (B822)
1944-1945 Deposits and Reserves of Member Banks (L.4.4(2))
Note:
In 1946, Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks (L.4.4(2)) merged with
Deposits of Country Member Banks (L.4.4(1)) to form Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of
Member Banks (J.1).

24
25

See Appendix, Figure 8.
See Appendix, Figure 8.

26

97

L.5.2 Daily Average Borrowing from FR Banks
1975-1980
Weekly

98

L.5.3 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Reserve City Member Banks
1958-1973
Weekly
Formerly:
1956-1957 Member Bank Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks: Summary Report
Covering Central Reserve and Reserve City Member Banks

99

L.5.4 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Country Member Banks
1958-1973
Semimonthly
Formerly:
1956-1957 Member Bank Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks: Summary Report
Covering Country Member Banks

100

L.5.5 Condition of Weekly Reporting Money Market Banks
1959-1966
Weekly

101

L.5.6 Reserve Positions of Major Banks 26
1962-1964
Weekly
Formerly:
1959-1962 Purchases of Federal Funds Reported by Selected Banks (L.6.2)
1962 Reserve Positions of Major Banks (L.6.2)
Note:
In 1964, Reserve Positions of Major Banks (L.5.6) was divided into Transactions of Major
Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities Dealers (L.5.6) and Reserve Positions
of Major Reserve City Banks (H.5).

102

L.5.6 Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities
Dealers27
1964-1980
Weekly
Note:
In 1964, Reserve Positions of Major Banks (L.5.6) was divided into Transactions of Major
Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities Dealers (L.5.6) and Reserve Positions
of Major Reserve City Banks (H.5).

26
27

See Appendix, Figure 7.
See Appendix, Figure 7.
27

103

L.5.7 Selected Deposit Data, All Member Banks Weekly Reporting Banks & 15 Largest
Weekly Reporting Banks
1968-1971
Weekly

104

Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States
2013Quarterly
Formerly:
1959-1975 Flow of Funds, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted
1975-1991 Flow of Funds Accounts, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted (Z.1)
1992-1996 Flow of Funds Accounts: Flows and Outstandings (Z.1)
1996-2013 Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States
Note:
The Board’s first publication of the accounts “Flow of Funds in the United States, 1939-1953”,
with annual data, was in 1955. Before 1992, Financial Flows was published quarterly and
Outstandings was published annually. Year-end Flow of Funds Accounts: Financial Assets
and Liabilities, an integral part of the Z.1 release, was published annually from 1977-1991.

105

Z.7 Flow of Funds Summary Statistics
1983-1996
Quarterly

28

Unnumbered Statistical Releases
106

Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks
1980Quarterly
Note:
Data are aggregates of categories reported on the quarterly form FFIEC 002, Report of
Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks. The form was first
used for reporting data on June 30, 1980, and was revised on December 31, 1985. From
November 1972 through May 1980, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks had filed
a monthly FR886a report. Aggregate data from that report were available through the
Federal Reserve monthly statistical release G.11, last issued on July 10, 1980. Data in this
table and in the G.11 tables are not strictly comparable because of differences in reporting
panels and in definitions of balance sheet items.

107

Charge-Off and Delinquency Rates on Loans and Leases at Commercial Banks
1998Quarterly
Note:
These data are compiled from the quarterly Federal Financial Institutions Examination
Council (FFIEC) Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income.

108

Commercial Paper
1991Daily
Note:
The Federal Reserve Board's Commercial Paper (CP) release is derived from data supplied
by The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC). DTCC performs these functions
for almost all activity in the domestic CP market. The Federal Reserve Board only considers
maturities of 270 days or less. CP is exempt from SEC registration if its maturity does not
exceed 270 days.

109

Corporate Medium-Term Notes
1996-2006
Annual
Note:
Since 1997 the Federal Reserve Board has obtained the data on the issuance of mediumterm notes (MTNs) from the Depository Trust Company (DTC). The DTC performs these
functions for almost all activity in the domestic market. Before 1997, the data were based on
surveys of U.S. corporations that borrow in the MTN market.

29

110

Household Debt Service and Financial Obligations Ratios
1980Quarterly

111

Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities, Domestic and Foreign Offices
2009Quarterly
Formerly:
1980-1984 Domestic and Foreign Offices, Commercial Banks with Assets of $100 Million
or Over
1987-2008 Domestic and Foreign Offices, Insured Commercial Bank Assets and
Liabilities
Note:
From 1985 to 1986, the release was temporarily suspended.

112

International Summary Statistics28
2009Monthly
Formerly
1970-2009 U.S. Reserve Assets
1977-2008 Foreign Official Assets Held at Federal Reserve Banks
2009 Selected Foreign Official Assets Held at Federal Reserve Banks
1977-2009 Selected U.S. Liabilities to Foreign Official Institutions
Note:
International Summary Statistics includes three parts: 1) U.S. Reserve Assets; 2) Selected
Foreign Official Assets Held at Federal Reserve Banks; and 3) Selected U.S. Liabilities to
Foreign Official Institutions.

113

Large Commercial Banks
2001Quarterly
Note:
The Federal Reserve Board compiles quarterly data on domestically chartered insured
commercial banks that have consolidated assets of $300 million or more and releases the
data about twelve weeks after the end of each quarter. The data are obtained from the
Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income filed quarterly by banks (FFIEC 031 and
041) and from other information in the Board's National Information Center database. Banks
that are located in U.S. territories and possessions are not included in the table.

114

Minority-Owned Depository Institutions
2003Quarterly

28

30

See Appendix, Figure 10.

Note:
Historically, the Federal Reserve Board compiled quarterly data on depository institutions
that participate in the Treasury’s Minority Bank Deposit Program. Beginning with the June
30, 2015 Release Date, depository institutions that participate in the FDIC’s Minority
Depository Institutions Program have been added in addition to depository institutions
defined by the Treasury. The data come from the Board’s National Information Center
database and is generally released about twelve weeks after the end of each quarter.

115

Mortgage Debt Outstanding
1953Quarterly

116

New Security Issues, State and Local Governments
2003Monthly
Formerly:
1978-1986 New Security Issues of State and Local governments
1986-2003 New Security Issues, Tax-Exempt State and Local Governments

117

New Security Issues, U.S. Corporations
1987Monthly
Formerly:
1978-1984 New Security Issues of Corporations
1984-1987 New Security Issues, Corporations

118

Securities Holdings and Transactions29
2009Monthly
Formerly:
1977-2009 Foreign Transactions in Securities
1977-1985 Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds and Notes, Foreign Holdings and
Transactions
1985-2009 Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds and Notes, Foreign Transactions
Note:
Securities Holdings and Transactions includes two parts: 1) Foreign Transactions in
Securities; and 2) Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds and Notes, Foreign Transactions.

29

See Appendix, Figure 11.
31

119

Senior Credit Officer Opinion Survey on Dealer Financing Terms
2010Quarterly

120

Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices
1978Six times a year & Quarterly
Formerly:
1964-1969 Survey of Bank Lending Practices
1970-1977 Survey of Changes in Bank Lending Practices
Note:
Before 1992, the survey was mostly conducted six times a year. Since 1992, the survey has
typically been conducted quarterly. The Board conducted two additional surveys in 1998
and 2001.

121

Statistics Reported by Banks and Other Financial Firms in the United States30
2009Monthly
Formerly:
1978-2009 Liabilities to and Claims on Foreigners
1978-2009 Liabilities to Foreigners
1978-2008 Banks' Own Claims on Foreigners
2009 Financial Firms' Own Claims on Foreigners
1978-2008 Banks’ Own and Domestic Customers' Claims on Foreigners
2009 Financial Firms' Own and Domestic Customers' Claims on Foreigners
Note:
Statistics Reported by Banks and Other Financial Firms in the United States includes four
parts: 1) Liabilities to and Claims on Foreigners; 2) Liabilities to Foreigners; 3) Financial
Firms' Own Claims on Foreigners; and 4) Financial Firms' Own and Domestic Customers'
Claims on Foreigners.

122

Statistics Reported by Nonbanking Enterprises in the United States31
2009-2013
Quarterly
Formerly:
1979-2009 Liabilities to Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business
Enterprises in the United States
1979-2009 Claims on Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business
Enterprises in the United States

30
31

32

See Appendix, Figure 12.
See Appendix, Figure 13.

Note:
Statistics Reported by Nonbanking Enterprises in the United States includes two parts: 1)
Liabilities to Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business Enterprises in the
United States; and 2) Claims on Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business
Enterprises in the United States.

123

Structure and Share Data for the U.S. Offices of Foreign Banks
1997Quarterly
Note:
The Federal Reserve collects the data from the quarterly Call Report (Report of Condition
and Income), which is administered on behalf of the federal bank regulatory agencies by the
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.

124

Survey of Consumer Finances
1983Triennial
Note:
The study is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Board in cooperation with the Department
of the Treasury. Since 1992, data have been collected by the NORC at the University of
Chicago.

125

Survey of Small Business Finances
1998 & 2003
Every 5 years
Formerly:
1987 & 1993 National Survey of Small Business Finances
Note:
The Survey of Small Business Finances was discontinued following the 2003 survey.

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Release Number Index
B
B801
B804
B804
B812
B816
B817
B818
B818
B818
B819
B822

Resources and Liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities, 72
Gold Settlement Fund, 52
Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks: Summary of Applications, Approvals,
Rejections and Commitments, 1
Industrial Advances and Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal Reserve
Act, 2
Average Gross Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in Places with a
Population of less than 15,000, 95
Average Net Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in Places with a
Population of less than 15,000, 95
Deposits of Country Member Banks, 95
Industrial Advances and Commitments, 89
Deposits and Reserves of Member Banks, 96

C
C.2
C.4
C.4
C.5
C.5
C.5
C.5
C.5a
C.6
C.7.3
C.8
C.9

Aggregate Summaries of Annual Surveys of Securities Credit Extension, 3
Insured Bank Income by Size of Bank, 4
Member Bank Income, 4
Bank Debits and Demand Deposits, 5
Bank Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts, 5
Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts Except Interbank and U.S. Government
Accounts, 5
Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Banks, Domestic, 6
End of Month Demand Deposits Except Interbank and U.S. Government Accounts, 5
Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Banks, Domestic and Foreign, 7
Department Store Trade, United States, 7
Distribution of Bank Deposits by Counties and Standard Metropolitan Areas, 9
Balance Sheets for the U.S. Economy, 10

E
E.2
E.2
E.2
E.3.1
E.3.4
E.3.4
E.3.4
34

Bank Rates on Short Term Business Loans, 11
Survey of Terms of Bank Lending, 11
Survey of Terms of Business Lending, 11
Summary Report, Assets and Liabilities of Member Banks, 12
Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Class of Bank, 13
Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks by Class of Bank, 13
Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks by Class of Bank, 13

E.3.4
E.3.4
E.3.4
E.4
E.4
E.4
E.4
E.5
E.5
E.5
E.5
E.5
E.6
E.6
E.7
E.7
E.7
E.7
E.8
E.8
E.9
E.10
E.11
E.12
E.15
E.16
E.17
E.17
E.17
E.17
E.17

Domestic Offices, Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated Report of
Condition, 13
Domestic Offices, Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated
Report of Condition, 13
Member Bank Loans, 13
All Banks in the United States and Other Areas, Principal Assets and Liabilities by
States, 14
All Banks in the United States and Possessions, Principal Assets and Liabilities by
States, 14
All Banks in the United States, Principal Assets and Liabilities by States, 14
Automobile Credit, 15
Capacity Utilization in Manufacturing, 28
Choosing a Credit Card, 16
Shop: The Card You Pick Can Save You Money, 16
Member Bank Earnings, 4
Member Bank Income, 4
Sales, Profits and Dividends of Large Corporations, 17
Sales, Revenue, Profits and Dividends of Large Manufacturing Corporations, 17
List of Foreign Margin Stocks, 18
List of Marginable OTC Stocks, 18
List of Marginable OTC Stocks and List of Foreign Margin Stocks, 18
List of OTC Margin Stocks, 18
Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit, 42
Volume and Composition of Individuals’ Saving, 19
Check Collection Services – Federal Reserve System, 20
Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Types of Consumer Instalment Credit
Extended by Major Finance Companies, 21
Geographical Distribution of Assets and Liabilities of Major Foreign Branches of U.S.
Banks, 22
Finance Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting Commercial
Banks, 23
Agricultural Finance Databook, 24
Country Exposure Lending Survey, 25
All Foreign Subsidiaries of U.S. Bank Holding Companies, 26
Branches of Member Banks in Foreign Countries, 26
Edge and Agreement Corporations and Branches, 26
Foreign Branches and Subsidiaries Lists of All U.S. Banking Organizations, 26
Member Banks Foreign Branches, 26

F
FR2042
FR266
FR267
FR270
FR283
FR284
FR284
FR344
FR344
FR344

Monthly Survey of Selected Deposits, 75
Foreign Exchange Rates, 27, 82
Foreign Exchange Rates, 31
Changes in State Bank Membership, 86
Condition of Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities, 72
Bank Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts, 5
Bank Debits: Debits to Deposit Accounts, 5
Bank Debits: Debits to Individual Accounts, 5

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G
G.3
G.3
G.4

G.4.5
G.5
G.5a
G.6
G.6
G.6
G.6
G.6
G.6
G.7
G.7
G.7
G.7
G.7.1
G.7.2
G.7.2
G.7.3
G.7.3
G.7.4.1
G.7.4.2
G.8
G.9
G.9
G.10
G.10
G.10
G.10
G.11
G.11
G.11
G.12.2
G.12.3
G.12.3
G.13
G.13
G.13
G.14
G.14
G.14
G.14
G.14
G.15
G.16

36

Capacity Utilization: Manufacturing and Materials, 28
Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials, 28
State Member Banks of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember Banks that
Maintain Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks and Corporations Doing
Foreign Banking or Financing that Maintain Reserve Accounts with the Federal
Reserve Banks, 29
Changes in Status of Banks and Branches, 30
Foreign Exchange Rates, 31
Foreign Exchange Rates, 32
Bank Debits, 33
Bank Debits and Deposit Turnover, 33
Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts, 33
Bank Debits, Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts, 33
Bank Debits, Deposits, and Deposit Turnover, 34
Debits and Deposit Turnover at Commercial Banks, 34
Assets And Liabilities of All Banks in the United States, 78
Bank Credit at All Commercial Banks in the United States, 35
Loans and Investments at All Commercial Banks, 35
Loans and Securities at All Commercial Banks, 35
Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Districts, 36
Monthly Department Store Sales, 37
Monthly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas, 37
Monthly Department Store Sales and Stocks by Departments, 38
Monthly Department Store Sales by Departments, 38
Department Store Merchandising Data, 39
Monthly Department Store Stocks, 40
Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices, 41
Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit, 42
Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit at Large
Commercial Banks, 42
Aggregate Reserves and Member Bank Deposits, 70
Interest Rates Charged on Selected Types of Bank Loans, 23
Interest Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting Commercial
Banks, 23
Major Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks, 43
Debits, Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual Centers, 45
Finance Rate and Other Terms on New and Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts
Purchased from Dealers by Major Auto Finance Companies, 45
Monthly Report of Condition for U.S. Agencies, Branches, and Domestic Banking
Subsidiaries of Foreign Banks, 46
National Summary of Business Conditions, 47
Business Indexes, 48
Industrial Production, 48
Open Market Money Rates and Bond Prices, 49
Selected Interest Rates, 47
Selected Interest Rates and Bond Prices, 49
Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of International Banking Facilities, 50
Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of Large International Banking Facilities, 50
Monthly Supplement to the Survey of Terms of Bank Lending, 11
Survey Terms of Bank Lending, 11
U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices, 51
Interdistrict Settlement Fund, 52
Retail Furniture Report, 53

G.16

G.17
G.17
G.17
G.17.2
G.17.2
G.17.3
G.18
G.18.1
G.19
G.19
G.20
G.20
G.21
G.21
G.21
G.21
G.21
G.22
G.25
G.25
G.26
G.26
G.27

Summary of Equity Security Transactions and Ownership of Directors, Officers, and
Principal Stockholders of Member State Banks as Reported Pursuant to Section
16(a) of The Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 54
Department Store Credit, 55
Maturity Distribution of Euro-Dollar Deposits in Foreign Branches of the U.S. Banks, 56
Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization, 57
Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture and Household Appliance Stores, 58
Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture, Household Appliance, and Jewelry Stores, 58
Department Store Credit, 55
Consumer Instalment Credit at Commercial Banks, 59
Consumer Instalment Credit of Commercial Banks, 59
Consumer Credit, 60
Consumer Instalment Credit, 60
Finance Companies, 61
Sales Finance Companies, 62
Commercial and Industrial Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial Banks, 18
Consumer Finance Companies, Loans Outstanding and Volume of Loans Made, 64
Consumer Loans Made Under Effective State Small Loan Laws, 64
Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial Banks, 63
Loans Outstanding at Consumer Finance Companies, 64
Consumer Credit at Consumer Finance Companies, 65
Automobile Loans by Major Finance Companies, 66
Automobile Loans by Major Sales Finance Companies, 66
Automobile Credit, 15
Automobile Instalment Credit Developments, 67
Commercial and Industrial Loans to U.S. Addresses, Excluding Bankers’ Acceptances
and Commercial Paper, by Industry, 68

H
H.2
H.2
H.2
H.2
H.2
H.2a
H.3
H.3
H.4.1
H.4.1
H.4.1
H.4.1
H.4.1
H.4.1
H.4.2
H.4.2
H.4.2
H.4.2

Actions of the Board, Applications and Reports Received, 69
Actions of the Board, its Staff, and the Federal Reserve Banks; Applications and
Reports Received, 69
Applications and Reports Received or Acted on and All other Actions of the Board, 69
Applications and Reports Received, or Acted on by the Board, 69
Applications Received, or Acted on by the Board, 69
Notice of Formations and Mergers of, and Acquisitions by, Bank Holding Companies;
Change in Bank Control, 69
Aggregate Reserves and Member Bank Deposits, 70
Aggregate Reserves of Depository Institutions and Monetary Base, 70
Condition of Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Bank Reserves and Condition Statement of F.R. Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement
of Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement
of F.R. Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Reserves of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement of F.R.
Banks, 71
Weekly Averages of Member Bank Reserves, Reserve Bank Credit, and Related Items
and Statement of Condition of the Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities, 72
Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks, 72
Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries, 72
Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic

37

H.4.2
H.4.3
H.4.3
H.5
H.5
H.5
H.6
H.6
H.6
H.6
H.6
H.6
H.6
H.7
H.8
H.8
H.8
H.8
H.8
H.8a
H.8b
H.9
H.9
H.10
H.11
H.11
H.12
H.12
H.12
H.13
H.13
H.13
H.14
H.14
H.14
H.14
H.15
H.15
H.15
H.15
H.16

Subsidiaries, 72
Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks in the United
States, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Central Reserve Cities, 73
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in New York and Chicago, 73
Reserve Positions of Major Reserve City Banks, 74
Selected Borrowing in Immediately Available Funds of Large Commercial Banks, 74
Selected Borrowing in Immediately Available Funds of Large Member Banks, 74
Demand Deposits, Currency and Related Items, 75
Money Stock and Debt Measures, 75
Money Stock and Time Deposits, 75
Money Stock Measures, 75
Money Stock Measures and Liquid Assets, 75
Money Stock, Liquid Assets, and Debt Measures, 75
Money Supply and Time Deposits, 75
Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks, 76
Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks in the United States, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks in the United States, 77
Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking
Institutions, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered Commercial Banks, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking
Institutions, 78
Weekly Department Store Sales, 79
Weekly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas, 80
Weekly Summary of Banking and Credit Measures, 81
Weekly Summary of Reserves and Interest Rates, 81
Foreign Exchange Rates, 82
Department Store Sales by Cities, 80
Department Store Sales in Selected Cities and Areas, 80
Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry, 68
Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry and Purpose, 68
Commercial and Industrial Loans Outstanding by Industry, 68
Capital Market Developments Abroad, 83
Selected Interest & Exchange Rates for Major Countries & the U.S., Weekly
Series of Charts, 83
Selected Interest & Exchange Rates, Weekly Series of Charts, 83
Capital Market Developments, 85
Capital Market Developments in the United States, 85
Capital Market Developments in the United States and Canada, 85
Weekly Report of Assets and Liabilities of International Banking Facilities, 50
Selected Interest Rates, 84
U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices, 84
Open Market Money Rates and Bond Prices, 84
Selected Interest Rates and Bond Prices, 84
Capital Market Developments, 85

J
J.1
J.3
J.3

38

Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks, 76
Demand Deposits, Currency and Related Items, 75
Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Categories of Consumer Instalment
Credit Extended by Finance Companies, 21

J.4

Assets and Liabilities of All Banks in the United States, 78

K
K.2
K.3
K.3
K.11
K.22

Applications to Merge Banks or to Form or Expand a Bank Holding Company Received
by or Acted on by the Board, 69
Changes in State Bank Membership, 86
Changes in State Member Banks, 86
Holdover Float as Per Cent of Dollar Amounts Received, 87
Nonmember Banks with Principal Places of Business in …, 88

L
L.2.1
L.3.2
L.4.1
L.4.1
L.4.1
L.4.1
L.4.2
L.4.2
L.4.2
L.4.2
L.4.2
L.4.2
L.4.3
L.4.4(1)
L.4.4(2)
L.4.4(2)
L.4.5
L.4.7
L.5.2
L.5.3
L.5.4
L.5.5
L.5.6
L.5.6
L.5.7
L.5.8
L.6.2
L.6.2

Industrial Advances and Commitments, 89
Assets of Weekly Reporting Member Banks Tabulated from Reports of Condition, 90
Automobile Loans by Major Sales Finance Companies, 66
Earnings and Expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 91
Maturity Structure of Outstanding Certificates of Deposit at Large Weekly Reporting
Banks, 92
Survey of Maturity Structure of Outstanding Large Denomination Certificates of
Deposits at Large Commercial Banks, 92
Auto Loans by Commercial Banks: Maturities and Dealer Cost Ratios, 93
Automobile Instalment Loans at Commercial Banks, 93
Direct Auto Loans by Commercial Banks, 93
Down Payments and Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans, 93
Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans, 93
Industrial Advances and Commitments, 89
Banking and Monetary Developments, 94
Deposits of Country Member Banks, 95
Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks, 96
Deposits and Reserves of Member Banks, 96
Changes in Status of Banks and Branches, 30
All Member Banks: Assets and Liabilities, 78
Daily Average Borrowing from FR Banks, 97
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Reserve City Member Banks, 98
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Country Member Banks, 99
Condition of Weekly Reporting Money Market Banks, 100
Reserve Positions of Major Banks, 101
Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities Dealers,
102
Selected Deposit Data, All Member Banks Weekly Reporting Banks & 15 Largest
Weekly Reporting Banks, 103
Capital Market Developments, 85
Purchases of Federal Funds Reported by Selected Banks, 101
Reserve Positions of Major Banks, 101

39

R
R&S100
R&S100

U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices, 51
U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices and High-grade Corporate Bond Yields, 51

X
X1479
X1479

Foreign Exchange Rates, 27
Noon Buying Rate for Cable Transfers in New York City, 27

Z
Z.1
Z.1
Z.1
Z.1
Z.7

40

Financial Accounts of the United States, 104
Flow of Funds Accounts: Flows and Outstandings, 104
Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States: Flows and Outstandings, 104
Flow of Funds Accounts, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted, 104
Flow of Funds Summary Statistics, 105

Title Index
A
Abstract of Condition of Member Banks, 12
Abstract of Condition Reports of State Bank and Trust Company Members, and of All
Member Banks, 12
Actions of the Board, Applications and Reports Received, 69
Actions of the Board, Its Staff, and the Federal Reserve Banks; Applications and Reports
Received, 69
Aggregate Reserves and Member Bank Deposits, 70
Aggregate Reserves of Depository Institutions and Monetary Base, 70
Aggregate Summaries of Annual Surveys of Securities Credit Extension, 3
Agricultural Finance Databook, 24
All Banks in the United States and Other Areas, Principal Assets and Liabilities by States, 14
All Banks in the United States and Possessions, Principal Assets and Liabilities by
States, 14
All Banks in the United States, Principal Assets and Liabilities by States, 14
All Foreign Subsidiaries of U.S. Bank Holding Companies, 26
All Member Banks: Assets and Liabilities, 78
Applications and Reports Received or Acted on and All other Actions of the Board, 69
Applications and Reports Received, or Acted on by the Board, 69
Applications Received, or Acted on by the Board, 69
Applications to Merge Banks or to Form or Expend a Bank Holding Company Received by or Acted
on by the Board, 69
Assets and Liabilities of All Banks in the United States, 78
Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks in the United States, 78
Assets and Liabilities of All Commercial Banks by Class of Bank, 13
Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Class of Bank, 13
Assets and Liabilities of All Member Banks by Districts, 36
Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks in the United States, 77
Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks by Class of Bank, 13
Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking Institutions, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Chartered Commercial Banks, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Insured Domestically Chartered and Foreign-related Banking
Institutions, 78
Assets and Liabilities of Member Banks, 13
Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks, 106
Assets of Weekly Reporting Member Banks Tabulated from Reports of Condition, 90
Auto Loans by Commercial Banks: Maturities and Dealer Cost Ratios, 93
Automobile Credit, 15
Automobile Instalment Credit Developments, 67
Automobile Instalment Loans at Commercial Banks, 93
Automobile Loans by Major Finance Companies, 66
Automobile Loans by Major Sales Finance Companies, 66
Average Gross Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in Places with a Population
of less than 15,000, 95
Average Net Demand and Time Deposits of Member Banks Located in Places with a Population of
less than 15,000, 95

B
Balance Sheets for the U.S. Economy, 10
41

Bank Credit at All Commercial Banks in the United States, 35
Bank Debits and Demand Deposits, 5
Bank Debits and Deposit Turnover, 33
Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts, 5
Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts Except Interbank and U.S. Government `Accounts, 5
Bank Debits to Demand Deposit Accounts, 33
Bank Debits, 33
Bank Debits, Debits to Deposit Accounts Except Interbank Accounts, 33
Bank Debits, Deposits, and Deposit Turnover, 35
Bank Debits: Debits to Deposit Accounts, 5
Bank Debits: Debits to Individual Accounts, 5
Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Bank, Domestic, 6
Bank Holding Companies and Subsidiary Bank, Domestic and Foreign, 7
Bank Rates on Short Term Business Loans, 11
Banking and Monetary Developments, 94
Banks’ Own and Domestic Customers' Claims on Foreigners, 121
Banks' Own Claims on Foreigners, 121
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Country Member Banks, 99
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks by Reserve City Member Banks, 98
Branches of Member Banks in Foreign Countries, 26
Business Indexes, 48

C
Capacity Utilization in Manufacturing, 28
Capacity Utilization: Manufacturing and Materials, 28
Capacity Utilization, Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities and Industrial Materials, 28
Capital Market Development Abroad, 83
Capital Market Developments, 85
Capital Market Developments in the United States, 85
Capital Market Developments in the United States and Canada, 85
Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry, 68
Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry and Purpose, 68
Changes in State Member Banks, 86
Changes in State Bank Membership, 86
Changes in Status of Banks and Branches, 30
Charge-Off and Delinquency Rates on Loans and Leases at Commercial Banks, 107
Check Collection Services – Federal Reserve System, 20
Choosing a Credit Card, 16
Claims on Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business Enterprises in the United
States, 122
Commercial and Industrial Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial Banks, 63
Commercial and Industrial Loans Outstanding, by Industry, 68
Commercial and Industrial Loans to U.S. Addresses, Excluding Bankers’ Acceptances and
Commercial Paper by Industry, 68
Commercial Paper, 108
Comprehensive List of Credit Terms, Part II, 16
Condition of Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Condition of Member Banks, 72
Condition of Member Banks in Leading Cities, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Central Reserve Cities, 73
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities, 72
Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in New York and Chicago, 73
Condition of Weekly Reporting Money Market Banks, 100
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Consumer Credit, 60
Consumer Credit at Consumer Finance Companies, 65
Consumer Finance Companies, Loans Outstanding and Volume of Loans Made, 64
Consumer Instalment Credit at Commercial Banks, 59
Consumer Instalment Credit of Commercial Banks, 59
Consumer Instalment Credit of Industrial Banks, 60
Consumer Instalment Credit of Industrial Loan Companies, 60
Consumer Instalment Credit, 60
Consumer Instalment Loans of the Principal Types of Financial Institutions, 60
Consumer Loans Made Under Effective State Small Loan Laws, 64
Corporate Medium-Term Notes, 109
Country Exposure Lending Survey, 25

D
Daily Average Borrowing from FR Banks, 97
Debits and Deposit Turnover at Commercial Banks, 34
Debits to Deposit Accounts, 33
Debits to Individual Accounts, 5
Debits, Demand Deposits, and Turnover at 233 Individual Centers, 44
Demand Deposits, Currency and Related Items, 75
Department Store Credit, 55
Department Store Merchandising Data, 39
Department Store Sales, 37
Department Store Sales and Stocks by Major Departments, 38
Department Store Sales, by Cities, 80
Department Store Sales, by Departments, 8
Department Store Sales in Selected Cities and Areas, 80
Department Store Stocks, 40
Department Store Trade, United States, 8
Deposits and Reserves of Member Banks, 96
Deposits of Country Member Banks, 95
Deposits, Reserves and Borrowings of Member Banks, 76, 96
Direct Auto Loans by Commercial Banks, 93
Distribution of Bank Deposits by Counties and Standard Metropolitan Areas, 9
Domestic and Foreign Offices, Commercial Banks with Assets of $100 Million or Over, 111
Domestic and Foreign Offices, Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities, 111
Domestic Offices, Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated Report of
Condition, 13
Domestic Offices, Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities Consolidated
Report of Condition, 13
Down Payments and Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans, 93

E
Earnings and Expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 91
Edge and Agreement Corporations and Branches, 26
End of Month Demand Deposits Except Interbank and U.S. Government Accounts, 5

F
Factors Affecting Bank Reserves and Condition Statement of F.R. Banks, 71

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Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement of Federal
Reserve Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Reserve Balances of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement of F.R.
Banks, 71
Factors Affecting Reserves of Depository Institutions and Condition Statement of F.R. Banks, 71
Finance Companies, 61
Finance Rates and Other Terms on New and Used Car Instalment Credit Contracts Purchased
from Dealers by Major Auto Finance Companies, 45
Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Categories of Consumer Instalment Credit Extended
by Finance Companies, 21
Finance Rates and Other Terms on Selected Types of Consumer Instalment Credit Extended by
Major Finance Companies, 21
Finance Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting Commercial Banks, 23
Financial Accounts of the United States, 104
Financial Firms' Own and Domestic Customers' Claims on Foreigners, 121
Financial Firms' Own Claims on Foreigners, 121
Flow of Funds Accounts of the United States: Flows and Outstandings, 104
Flow of Funds Accounts, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted, 104
Flow of Funds Accounts: Flows and Outstandings, 104
Flow of Funds Summary Statistics, 105
Flow of Funds, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted, 104
Foreign Branches and Subsidiaries Lists of All U.S. Banking Organizations, 26
Foreign Exchange Rates, 27, 31, 32, 82
Foreign Official Assets Held at Federal Reserve Banks, 112
Foreign Transactions in Securities, 118

G
Geographical Distribution of Assets and Liabilities of Major Foreign Branches of U.S. Banks, 22
Gold Settlement Fund, 52

H
Holdover Float as Per Cent of Dollar Amounts Received, 87
Household Debt Service and Financial Obligations Ratios, 110

I
Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices, 41
Industrial Advances and Commitments, 89
Industrial Advances by Federal Reserve Banks: Summary of Applications, Approvals, Rejections
and Commitments, 1
Industrial Advances and Commitments Under Section 13(b) of the Federal Reserve Act, 2
Industrial Production, 48
Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization, 57
Insured Bank Income by Size of Bank, 4
Insured Commercial Bank Assets and Liabilities, Domestic and Foreign Offices, 111
Interdistrict Settlement Fund, 52
Interest Rates Charged on Selected Types of Bank Loans, 23
Interest Rates on Selected Consumer Instalment Loans at Reporting Commercial Banks, 23
International Summary Statistics, 112

44

L
Large Commercial Banks, 113
Liabilities to Foreigners, 121
Liabilities to Unaffiliated Foreigners Reported by Nonbanking Business Enterprises in the United
States, 122
Liabilities to and Claims on Foreigners, 121
List of Foreign Margin Stocks, 18
List of Marginable OTC Stocks, 18
List of Marginable OTC Stocks and List of Foreign Margin Stocks, 18
List of OTC Margin Stocks, 18
Loan Commitments at Selected Large Commercial Banks, 63
Loans and Investments at All Commercial Banks, 35
Loans and Securities at All Commercial Banks, 35
Loans Outstanding at Consumer Finance Companies, 64

M
Major Nondeposit Funds of Commercial Banks, 43
Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds and Notes, Foreign Holdings and Transactions, 118
Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds and Notes, Foreign Transactions, 118
Maturities on Automobile Instalment Loans, 93
Maturity Distribution of Euro-Dollar Deposits in Foreign Branches of the U.S. Banks, 58
Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit, 42
Maturity Distribution of Outstanding Negotiable Time Certificates of Deposit at Large Commercial
Banks, 42
Maturity Structure of Outstanding Certificates of Deposit at Large Weekly Reporting Banks, 92
Member Bank Call Report, 12
Member Bank Earnings, 4
Member Bank Income, 4
Member Bank Loans, 13
Member Banks Foreign Branches, Listed by Name of U.S. Bank, 26
Minority-Owned Depository Institutions, 114
Money Rates Open Market Rates in New York City, 49
Money Stock and Debt Measures, 75
Money Stock and Time Deposits, 75
Money Stock Measures, 75
Money Stock Measures and Liquid Assets, 75
Money Stock, Liquid Assets, and Debt Measures, 75
Money Supply and Time Deposits, 75
Monthly Department Store Sales, 37
Monthly Department Store Sales and Stocks by Departments, 38
Monthly Department Store Sales by Departments, 38
Monthly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas, 37
Monthly Department Store Stocks, 40
Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of International Banking Facilities, 50
Monthly Report of Assets and Liabilities of Large International Banking Facilities, 50
Monthly Report of Condition for U.S. Agencies, Branches, and Domestic Banking Subsidiaries of
Foreign Banks, 46
Monthly Survey of Selected Deposits, 75
Monthly Supplement to the Survey of Terms of Bank Lending, 11
Mortgage Debt Outstanding, 115

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N
National Summary of Business Conditions, 47
National Survey of Small Business Finances, 125
New Security Issues of Corporations, 117
New Security Issues of State and Local Governments, 116
New Security Issues, Corporations, 117
New Security Issues, State and Local Governments, 116
New Security Issues, Tax-Exempt State and Local Governments, 116
New Security Issues, U.S. Corporations, 117
Nonmember Banks with Principal Places of Business in …, 88
Noon Buying Rate for Cable Transfers in New York City, 27
Notice of Formations and Mergers of, and Acquisitions by, Bank Holding Companies; Change in
Bank Control, 69

O
Open Market Money Rates and Bond Prices, 49, 84
Open Market Money Rates in New York City, 49
Open Market Rates in New York City, 49

P
Purchases of Federal Funds Reported by Selected Banks, 101

R
Report on the Terms of Credit Card Plans, Part I, 16
Reserve Positions of Major Banks, 101
Reserve Positions of Major Reserve City Banks, 74
Resources and Liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Retail Furniture Report, 53
Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture and Household Appliance Stores, 58
Retail Instalment Credit at Furniture, Household Appliance, and Jewelry Stores, 58
Retail Instalment Credit, 58

S
Sales Finance Companies, 62
Sales, Profits and Dividends of Large Corporations, 17
Sales, Revenue, Profits and Dividends of Large Manufacturing Corporations, 17
Securities Holdings and Transactions, 118
Selected Borrowing in Immediately Available Funds of Large Commercial Banks, 74
Selected Borrowing in Immediately Available Funds of Large Member Banks, 74
Selected Deposit Data, All Member Banks Weekly Reporting Banks & 15 Largest
Weekly Reporting Banks, 103
Selected Foreign Official Assets Held at Federal Reserve Banks, 112
Selected Interest & Exchange Rates, Weekly Series of Charts, 83
Selected Interest & Exchange Rates for Major Countries & the U.S., Weekly Series of Charts, 83
Selected Interest Rates, 49, 84
Selected Interest Rates and Bond Prices, 49, 84
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Selected U.S. Liabilities to Foreign Official Institutions, 112
Senior Credit Officer Opinion Survey on Dealer Financing Terms, 119
Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices, 120
Shop: The Card You Pick Can Save You Money, 16
State Bank Members of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember Banks that Maintain
Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks, 29
State Member Banks of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember Banks that Maintain
Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks, 29
State Member Banks of the Federal Reserve System and Nonmember Banks that Maintain
Clearing Accounts with Federal Reserve Banks and Corporations Doing Foreign Banking or
Financing that Maintain Reserve Accounts with the Federal Reserve Banks, 29
Statistics Reported by Banks and Other Financial Firms in the United States, 121
Statistics Reported by Nonbanking Enterprises in the United States, 122
Structure and Share Data for the U.S. Offices of Foreign Banks, 123
Summary of Equity Security Transactions and Ownership of Directors, Officers, and Principal
Stockholders of Member State Banks as Reported Pursuant to Section 16(a) of The
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 54
Summary Report, Assets and Liabilities of Member Banks, 12
Survey of Bank Lending Practices, 120
Survey of Changes in Bank Lending Practices, 120
Survey of Consumer Finances, 124
Survey of Maturity Structure of Outstanding Large Denomination Certificates of Deposits at Large
Commercial Banks, 92
Survey of Small Business Finances, 125
Survey of Terms of Bank Lending, 11
Survey of Terms of Business Lending, 11
Survey Terms of Bank Lending, 11

T
Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U.S. Government Securities Dealers, 102

U
U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices, 51, 84
U.S. Government Security Yields and Prices and High-grade Corporation Bond Yields, 51
U.S. Reserve Assets, 112

V
Volume and Composition of Individuals’ Saving, 19

W
Weekly Averages of Member Bank Reserves, Reserve Bank Credit, and Related Items and
Statement of Condition of the Federal Reserve Banks, 71
Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks, 72
Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries, 72
Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries, 72
Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks in the United States, 72
Weekly Department Store Sales, 79
47

Weekly Department Store Sales, Selected Cities and Areas, 80
Weekly Report of Assets And Liabilities of International Banking Facilities, 50
Weekly Summary of Banking and Credit Measures, 81
Weekly Summary of Reserves and Interest Rates, 81

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Appendix: Figures
Figure 1

L.4.1 (1965-1966)
Automobile Loans by Major
Sales Finance Companies

G.25 (1966-1970)
Automobile Loans by Major
Sales Finance Companies

G.11 (1972-1975)

G.25 (1970-1975)

G.26 (1967-1975)

Finance Rate and Other Terms
on New and Used Car
Instalment Credit Contracts

Automobile Loans by Major
Finance Companies

Automobile Instalment
Credit Developments

G.26 (1976-1978)
Automobile Credit

E.4 (1979-1983)
Automobile Credit

49

Figure 2

E.5 (1967-1976)
Capacity Utilization in
Manufacturing

G.12.2 (1923-1973)

G.12.3 (1938-1973)

G.3 (1976-1983)

National Summary of
Business Conditions

Business Indexes

Capacity Utilization:
Manufacturing and
Materials

G.12.3 (1973-1990)

G.3 (1983-1990)

Industrial Production

Capacity Utilization,
Manufacturing, Mining, Utilities
and Industrial Materials

G.17 (1990- )
Industrial Production and Capacity
Utilization

50

Figure 3

(1918-1919)
Debits to Deposit
Accounts
(1919-1941)
Bank Debits

G.6 (1941-1953) Bank
Debits, Debits to Deposit
Accounts Except
Interbank Accounts

G.6 (1953-1959) Bank
Debits to Demand
Deposit Accounts

G.6 (1959-1962)
Bank Debits

G.6 (1962-1969) Bank
Debits and Deposit
Turnover

G.11 (1967-1969) Debits,
Demand Deposits, and
Turnover at 233
Individual Centers

G.6 (1969-1976) Bank
Debits, Deposits and
Deposit Turnover

G.6 (1977-1996) Debits
and Deposit Turnover at
Commercial Banks
51
51

Figure 4
L.4.7 (1947)
All Member Banks: Assets
and Liabilities

G.7 (1947-1963) Assets
and Liabilities of All
Banks in the
United States

J.4 (1963-1969) Assets
and Liabilities of All
Banks in the
United States

G.7 (1979) Bank Credit at
All Commercial Banks in
the United States

H.8 (1969-1979) Assets
and Liabilities of All
Commercial Banks in the
United States

G.7 (1979-1981) Loans
and Investments at All
Commercial Banks

H.8 (1979-1981) Assets
and Liabilities of
Domestically Chartered
Commercial Banks

G. 7 (1981-1994) Loans
and Securities at All
Commercial Banks

G.10 (1979-1994) Major
Nondeposit Funds of
Commercial Banks

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H.8 (1994- ) Assets and
Liabilities of Commercial
Banks in the United
States

H.8 (1982-1984)
Assets and Liabilities of
Domestically Chartered
and Foreign-related
Banking Institutions

H.8 (1985-1994) Assets
and Liabilities of Insured
Domestically Chartered
and Foreign- related
Banking Institutions

Figure 5

(1929-1936)
Money Rates Open Market
Rates in NY City

(1936-1940)
R&S100 (1944-1953)
U.S. Government Security Yields
and Prices and High-grade
Corporation Bond Yields

Open Market Money Rates in
New York City

(1940-1942)
Open Market Rates in New York
City

R&S100 (1953-1956)
(1942-1944)
U.S. Government Security Yields
and Prices

G.14 (1956-1976)
U.S. Government Security Yields
and Prices

Open Market Money Rates in
New York City

G.13 (1944-1976)
Open Market Money Rates and
Bond Prices

G.13 (1977-1979)
Selected Interest Rates and
Bond Prices

G.13 (1979-2002)
Selected Interest Rates

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Figure 6

G.20 (1942-1970)

G.22 (1958-1970)

Sales Finance Companies

Consumer Credit at
Consumer Finance
Companies

G.20 (1970- )
Finance Companies

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Figure 7

L.6.2 (1959-1962)
L.6.2 (1962)
Purchases of Federal
Funds

L.6.2 (1962)
Reserve Positions of
Major Banks

L.5.6 (1962-1964)
Reserve Positions of
Major Banks

L.5.6 (1964-1980)

H.5 (1964-1980)

Transactions of Major Reserve City
Banks with U.S. Government
Securities Dealers

Reserve Positions of Major
Reserve City Banks

H.5 (1980-1989)
Selected Borrowing in Immediately
Available Funds of Large Member
Banks

H.5 (1989-1997)
Selected Borrowings in
Immediately Available Funds of
Large Commercial Banks

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Figure 8

B 818 (1929-1935)
Average Net Demand and
Time Deposits of Member
Banks

B 818 (1936-1943)

B 822 (1944)

Average Gross Demand
and Time Deposits of
Member Banks

Deposits and Reserves of
Member Banks

B 818 (1944)

L.4.4 (2) (1944-1945)

Deposits of Country
Member Banks

Deposits and Reserves of
Member Banks

L.4.4 (1) (1944-1946)

L.4.4 (2) (1945-1946)

Deposits of Country
Member Banks

Deposits, Reserves and
Borrowings of Member
Banks

J.1 (1946-1969)
Deposits, Reserves and
Borrowings of Member
Banks

H.7 (1969-1979)
Deposits, Reserves and
Borrowings of Member
Banks

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Figure 9

B816 (1934-1936)

B817 (1934-1936)

Industrial Advances by
Federal Reserve Banks

Industrial Advances and
Commitments

B819 (1936-1946)
Industrial Advances and
Commitments

L.4.2 (1946-1948)
Industrial Advances and
Commitments

L.2.1 (1948-1954)
Industrial Advances and
Commitments

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Figure 10

1977-2008
Foreign Official Assets
Held at Federal Reserve
Banks

1970-2009

2009

1977-2009

U.S. Reserve Assets

Selected Foreign Official
Assets Held at Federal
Reserve Banks

Selected U.S. Liabilities
to Foreign Official
Institutions

2009International Summary
Statistics

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Figure 11

1977-1985
Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds
and Notes, Foreign Holdings and
Transactions

1977-2009

1985-2009

Foreign Transactions in
Securities

Marketable U.S. Treasury Bonds
and Notes, Foreign Transactions

2009Securities Holdings and
Transactions

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Figure 12

1978-2008

1978-2008

Banks' Own Claims on
Foreigners

Banks’ Own and
Domestic Customers'
Claims on Foreigners

1978-2009

1978-2009

2009

2009

Liabilities to and Claims
on Foreigners

Liabilities to foreigners

Financial Firms’ Own
Claims on Foreigners

Financial Firms' Own
Claims on Foreigners

2009Statistics Reported by Banks and
Other Financial Firms in the United
States

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Figure 13

1979-2009

1979-2009

Liabilities to Unaffiliated Foreigners
Reported by Nonbanking Business
Enterprises in the United States

Claims on Unaffiliated Foreigners
Reported by Nonbanking Business
Enterprises in the United States

2009-2013
Statistics Reported by Nonbanking
Enterprises in the United States

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