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FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
G.10(411)

MAJOR NONDEPOSIT FUNDS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS

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For immediate release
August 16,1991

Billions of dollars
1991

1991

1991

1991

1991

1991

1991

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

277.2
33.5
243.6
182.2
61.5

265.1
24.9
240.2
177.1
63.1

264.2
30.2
234.0
171.5
62.6

263.2
30.9
232.4
170.6
61.8

258.9
26.1
232.8
168.8
64.0

248.7
19.2
229.5
166.3
63.3

248.3
18.8
229.5
165.0
64.6

272.5
33.2
-15.2
48.4

268.1
24.8
-15.2
40.0

269.5
29.7
-6.0
35.6

263.9
29.0
-3.5
32.5

266.8
28.6
-0.7
29.3

251.7
19.5
-3.5
23.0

245.1
16.5
-7.2
23.7

239.4
177.7
174.4
3.2
61.7

243.3
179.4
176.6
2.8
63.9

239.8
175.8
172.6
3.2
64.0

235.0
171.4
168.5
2.9
63.6

238.2
173.5
170.7
2.8
64.7

232.2
167.2
164.3
2.8
65.0

228.7
162.9
159.7
3.2
65.8

441.0
439.3
25.7
29.4

450.6
449.2
33.4
39.3

451.0
450.5
33.8
28.4

451.3
449.0
21.7
20.4

453.0
452.6
15.1
19.8

451.9
451.4
23.2
23.6

447.5
446.3
20.4
20.7

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
1 Total nondeposit funds2
2 Net balances due to related foreign offices
3 Borrowings from other than commercial banks in the United States4
4
By domestically chartered banks
5
By foreign-related banks
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
6 Total nondeposit funds2
7 Net balances due to related foreign offices
8
Of domestically chartered banks
9
Of foreign-related banks
10 Borrowings from other than commercial banks in the United States4
11
By domestically chartered banks
12
Federal funds and security RP borrowings5
13
Other
14
By foreign-related banks
MEMORANDA
15 Gross time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more 6
16
17 U.S. Treasury demand balances at commercial banks 7
18
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

7.

SA
NSA
SA
NSA

Commercial banks are those in the 50 states and the District of Columbia with national or state charters, plus agencies and branches of foreign banks, New York
investment companies, and Edge Act corporations. Monthly series are a combination of averages of dailyand averages of Wednesday data, except where
noted.
Includes federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings from nonbanks, and net balances due to related foreign offices.
Reflects net positions of U.S. chartered banks, Edge Act corporations, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks with related foreign offices, plus net
positions with own IBFs.
.
Consists of borrowings through instruments, such as promissory notes or due bills, for purpose of funding the banking business. These include borrowings from
Federal Reserve Banks and from foreign banks, overnight and term federal funds , loan RPs, and sales of participations in pooled loans.
Based on daily average data reported weekly by approximately 100 large banks and quarterly or annual data reported by other banks.
Data are estimated averages of daily data.
Includes U.S. Treasury demand deposits and Treasury tax-and-loan notes at commercial banks. Data are averages of daily data.



FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
M L RE

G.6
DEBITS AND DEPOSIT TURNOVER AT COMMERCIAL BANKS
Seasonally Adjusted

For Immediate Release

August 16, 1991

Debits During the Month (Annual rate, billions of dollars)

To demand deposits1
all banks
1990 -May
June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
-March
-April
-May
June

278,383.5
263,965.9
274,559.5
295,570.0
267,680.2
295,490.0
294,468.6
267,479.9
279,437.8
280,494.1
269,834.9
294,433.5
295,559.0
267,338.8

New York City
129,617.7
121,899.6
129,034.4
144,314.2
126,088.7
136,082.4
140,531.5
130,154.6
138,638.1
138,037.7
133,302.7
146,499.3
148,074.9
134,512.6

other banks

To NOW/ATS
accounts2

148,765.8
142,066.3
145,525.1
151,255.8
141,591.5
159,407.6
153,937.1
137,325.3
140,799.7
142,456.4
136,532.2
147,934.2
147,484.1
132,826.2

3,351.6
3,159.3
3,417.0
3,549.5
3,110.7
3,449.3
3,479.2
3,368.4
3,559.1
3,533.7
3,240.3
3,820.3
3,620.2
3,442.4

To MMDA3

To savings deposits4

2,992.7
2,858.7
3,084.4
3,106.9
2,997.4
3,231.9
3,031.9
2,797.5
2,805.2
2,731.2
2,853.8
2,969.0
2,908.6
2,625.2

569.1
553.5
583.4
599.8
523.6
573.7
565.8
527.2
572.9
551.4
523.7
577.1
548.6
522.3

Average Deposits Outstanding (Billions of dollars)

To demand deposits1
all banks
1990 -May
June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
-March
-April
-May
June

346.7
347.2
345.4
347.0
350.0
341.2
343.6
343.2
337.4
343.0
340.7
338.3
340.9
345.7

New York City
35.1
34.7
34.7
35.1
33.9
31.7
32.6
33.0
32.6
33.5
32.5
32.3
31.5
32.3

other banks
311.6
312.5
310.7
311.9
316.1
309.5
311.0
310.2
304.8
309.5
308.2
306.0
309.4
313.4

To demand deposits1
all banks

1990 -May
-June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
1
-March
1
-April
-May
June

803.0
760.2
794.8
851.9
764.8
865.9
857.1
779.5
828.3
817.8
792.0
870.3
867.0
773.3

New York City

3,692.2
3,513.2
3,715.5
4,119.5
3,717.9
4,280.5
4,320.4
3.949.1
4,259.7
4,125.7
4,101.4
4,533.4
4,702.8
4,166.3

other banks

477.5
454.6
468.4
484.9
447.9
515.1
494.9
442.7
461.9
460.2
443.0
483.4
476.6

423.8

To NOW/ATS
accounts ^

203.7
205.4
203.6
204.4
206.0
205.5
207.6
208.1
208.9
211.3
214.0
215.1
220.1
223.9
To NOW/ATS
accounts 2

To MMDA

To savings deposits

364.5
364.9
367.1
370.3
372.5
373.0
375.4
374.3
373.6
379.6
385.5
390.1
396.8
401.9
To MMDA3

16.5
15.4
16.8
17.4
15.1
16.8
16.8
16.2

7.2
7.4
7.6

16.4
15.4

To savings deposits4

8.2
7.8
8.4
8.4
8.0
8.7
8.1
7.5

17.0
16.7
15.1
17.8

192.9
192.7
194.9
195.8
197.0
198.2
195.6
197.6
199.3
201.4
204.7
208.2
210.9
215.0

7.3
6.5

7.5

1 / Represents accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations and of states and political subdivisions.
2/ Negotiable Order of Withdrawal accounts and accounts authorized for Automatic Transfer to Demand Deposits.
3/ Money Market Deposit Accounts.
4/ Excludes MMDA, NOW and ATS accounts.
Note: Historical data are available on request from Banking and Money Market Statistics Section, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Washington, D C. 20551.
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Revised




2.9
2.9
3.0
3.1
2.7
2.9
2.9
2.7
2.9
2.7
2.6
2.8
2.6
2.4

FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
G.6
DEBITS AND DEPOSIT TURNOVER AT COMMERCIAL BANKS
Not Seasonally Adjusted

For Immediate Release

August 16,1991

Debits During the Month (Annual rate, billions of dollars)

To demand deposits1
1990 -May
-June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
-March
-April
-May
-June

all banks
277,993.8
277,428.1
277,167.8
302,515.9
257,936.7
298,947.2
277,536.6
275,664.8
283,545.5
259,372.9
275,015.8
294,492.4
292,012.3
269,958.7

New York City
128,871.0
130,332.7
130,100.1
147,040.1
121,343.4
142,664.0
133,220.6
133,491.9
136,578.8
127,287.3
134,974.7
145,700.2
145,073.9
133,851.7

other banks

To NOW/ATS
accounts2

149,122.8
147,095.4
147,067.7
155,475.8
136,593.3
156,283.2
144,316.0
142,172.9
146,966.7
132,085.5
140,041.0
148,792.2
146,938.4
136,107.0

3,257.4
3,277.3
3,353.0
3,570.5
3,131.6
3,462.0
3,259.5
3,430.2
3,923.1
3,237.8
3,317.4
3,967.1
3,549.9
3,442.1

To MMDA3

To savings deposits4

3,052.5
3,013.3
3,042.6
3,189.2
2,775.9
3,095.5
2,805.0
2,938.6
3,106.8
2,512.7
2,767.2
2,994.5
2,978.6
2,718.8

561.4
559.5
596.0
599.6
513.6
616.3
505.1
530.1
589.2
494.9
520.4
623.9
545.5
518.8

Average Deposits Outstanding (Billions of dollars)

To demand deposits1
all banks
1990 -May
-June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
-March
-April
-May
-June

339.3
346.3
348.8
340.9
346.5
343.3
346.9
360.0
345.7
333.1
330.6
340.5
333.5
344.3

New York City
34.1
34.2
34.4
33.5
33.6
32.6
32.8
35.5
34.2
32.6
30.8
31.9
30.6
32.2

other banks
305.2
312.0
314.3
307.4
312.9
310.7
314.2
324.5
311.5
300.4
299.7
308.6
303.0
312.1

To NOW/ATS
accounts2
200.9
203.4
201.2
201.6
203.7
202.9
206.6
211.3
213.7
211.7
215.5
222.6
217.3
222.0

To MMDA3

To savings deposits4

359.9
362.9
365.5
369.7
371.4
372.2
376.6
377.6
377.1
381.0
387.2
390.1
392.0
397.9

192.8
193.6
196.0
195.3
194.9
196.9
196.9
196.4
198.6
200.6
204.9
208.8
211.1
215.6

Annual Rate of Deposit Turnover
To demand deposits1
all banks
1990 -May
June
-July
-August
-September
-October
-November
-December
1991 -January
-February
r
-March
r
-April
-May
June

819.3
801.2
794.7
887.4
744.4
870.9
800.0
765.8
820.3
778.7
831.9
864.8
875.5
784.0

New York City
3,781.7
3,807.7
3,777.1
4,395.6
3.607.3
4,376.5
4.067.4
3,760.0
3,993.4
3,899.0
4,378.4
4.565.4
4.742.5
4,154.4

other banks
488.6
471.4
467.9
505.7
436.6
503.1
459.3
438.2
471.9
439J
467.2
482.1
485.0
436.1

To NOW/ATS
accounts2
16.2
16.1
16.7
17.7
15.4
17.1
15.8
16.2
18.4
15.3
15.4
17.8
16.3
15.5

To MMDA3

To savings deposits4

8.5
8.3
8.3
8.6
7.5
8.3
7.4
7.8
8.2
6.6
7.1
7.7
7.6
6.8

1/ Represents accounts of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations and of states and political subdivisions.
2/ Negotiable Order of Withdrawal accounts and accounts authorized for Automatic Transfer to Demand Deposits.
3/ Money Market Deposit Accounts.
4/ Excludes MMDA, NOW and ATS accounts.
Note: Historical data are available on request from Banking and Money Market Statistics Section, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
r
Revised




2.9
2.9
3.0
3.1
2.6
3.1
2.6
2.7
3.0
2.5
2.5
3.0
2.6
2.4