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Released

for publication Sunday

morning April 7, 1918

STATEMENT FOR TEE PRESS .

Not earlier.

X-B71

April 6 , 1918

The Federal Reserve Board’ s weekly bank statement showing condition of the
Reserve banks as at close of business on April 5 , indicates a gain for the week
of 3 .4 millions in total cash reserves as against a decrease of 6 millions in
net deposits. Earning Assets increased 2 2 .8 millions and Federal Reserve note
circulation - 2 7 .1 millions.
Qs the result of considerable shifting of gold credits between Reserve banks
through the Gold Settlement Fund, the New York bank reports a gain of 13.6 mil­
lions and the Chicago bank a decrease of 23 .6 millions in gold reserves.
BARKING ASSETS: Discounts on hand show a decline of 9 .3 m illions, the larger
decrease shown for the New York bank being offset by substantial increabes by most
of the Western banks. Of the total discounts held, 304.1 millions, as against
301.5 millions the week before, represent war lftan paper, i . e . , member banks'
c o lla t e r a ^ & iS 8 customer s' notes secured by government war obligations. Accept­
ances on hand increased by 2 2 .4 millions, Chicago, St.Louis and Atlanta reporting
the largest additions to their holdings of purchased paper. Over 10 millions of
Government securities were added to the banks' holdings, chiefly certificates of
indebtedness taken for the temporary accomodation of member banks.
CAPITAL: Payment by newly admitted member banks, largely in the Chicago
Federal Reserve district, accounts largely for an increase of $271,000 in the
banks paid-in capital.
DSPOSITS: Government deposits show a slight gain, while members* reserve
deposits fell off 2 6 .1 millions, the New York bank showing the largest net with­
drawals for the week.
FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES: Net issues of notes by Federal Reserve Agents totaled
43 .6 millions. The banks report an aggregate Federal Eeserve note circulation of
1479.9 millions, an increase of 2 7 .1 millions for the week under review.

CONDITION GF L.jijBJR B^KS 01

29,. 1918.

Principal changes for the week in the condition of 682 member banks in a>rut
100 leading cities are shown as follows: As the result of s u ' l. ^wiifcial sales to
j
customers by New York City bc.uks during the week, holdings of U .S . certificates
< indebtedness decreased 30 millions and total U .S . securities 51 millions .
if
Loans secured by U .S . war obligations decreased 2 .9 millions while all other loans
and investments gained 14.1 millions. For the Central Reserve c it j banks corres­
ponding changes were: U .o . certificates of indebtedness;, decrease 12.8 millions;
total^U.S. securities, decret.se I S . 5 millions; loans secured by U .S . bonds end
certiij.cates, decrease 5 .6 millions and all other loans and investments, decrease
7 .3 m illions.
Reserve (with Federal Reserve banks) of all reporting banks shows an increase
of 9 .3 millions. Cash in vault decreased 6 .3 millions. Reserve* (with Federal Re­
serve Banka)of the banks m Central Reserve cities increased only slightly, while
their cash in vault gained 1.6 millions.
The gain in net demand deposits at all reporting banks is shown as 7 2.3
millions; time deposits declined 1.7 millions and government deposits 130.9
millions.
In the Central Reserve cities the increase in net demand deposits
ejnounted to 54 .1 m illions, while time deposits declined 1.2 millions and govern­
ment deposits 70 m illions.
The ratio of combined cash and reserve of all reporting banks to total de­
posits remained unchanged at 13.9 per cent, while the like ratio for Central
Reserve city banks went up from 15.3 to 15.4 per cent. The ratio of investments
to deposits for all reporting banks went up from 10?.5 to 30V .9 per cent, Fcr
Central Reserve city banks this ratio decreased slightly from 103.6 to 103.4 per
cent. Total excess reserves decreased from 112.1 millions to 99 .1 m illio ns.
Like reserves of Central Reserve city banks show a decline from 7 5 .4 millions to
60.7 millions.



X-87la
1918
Not earlier
STATE.ffiiTT' OF COiffilKED RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THE TWELVE FEDEEAL RESERVE BANKSAT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 5, 1913R E S O U R C E S
April 5 , 191S
March 28 and 29 ,1 31 8
April 6, 191?
Gold coin and certificates in vault
4S3s7^0,000
489,9^8 ,0 0 0
3 6 2 ,4 ^ 2 ,0 0 0
Gold settlement fund - F. R. Board
3 8 1 ; lS 3,00 0
3 9 9 ,5 ^ 8 ,0 0 0
200,12-5,000
Gold with foreign agencies
52. 500 ,0 0 0
5?- 500,000
>
.—ZIZ.
Total gold held by hanks
9 ^ 7 » 0 0 0
9 ^ 2 s0 l 6 ;GQ0
562, 59J ,000
Gold with Federal' Reserve Agents
8 7 3,07 7 ,0 0 0
852,192,000
378, .-50,000
Gold redemption fund
2 j , 404,000
2 1 , 49i>,000
j
_
Total gold reserves
1 ,8 1 3 ,9 2 ^ ,0 0 0
1 ,8 1 5 ,7 0 4 ,0 0 0
9 *5 ,5 5 2 ,0 0 0 Legal tender notes, silver, etc.
63; 509>000
____ 5^z.J
159»QQO
..l^x.^ P ’OOO
Total reserves
1 ,8 7 7 ,4 3 3 ,0 0 0
1 ,S 7 4 ,O o3 ,000
9 6 2 ,6b2,000
Bills discounted for members and F. S. Banks
5 7 3,833,000
583*228,000
1 7 ,9 ?8,000
B ills bought in open market
326,503 >000
0^5- .Q > P0
82,
Total bills on hand
9 0 0,386,000
8 8 7,29 3 ,0 0 0
lOO.bo^OOO
, .
, b29,
U.S.Government long-term securities
U.S.Government short-term securities
260,400,000
, 5?'9
7 ^ ,0 4 ^ ,0 0 0
All other earning assets
3 ,2 2 2 ,0 00
____ U E L 2 Q 0
Total earning assets
1 ,2 2 4 ,4 1 1 ,0 0 0
1 ,2 0 1 ,5 8 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 5 ,6 4 *,0 0 0
Due from other F. R. Banks, - net
9 ,9 5 7 ,0 0 0
2os9 *5,000
„
Uncollected items
3 *6 ,9 9 7 ,0 0 0
3 3 A .^ iO >
.QOQ
.
_
tT T1 ^Tif'TwT
h
Total deductions from gross deposits
^ 6 6 ,0 ^ ,0 0 0
143*334,
$ Redeeption Fund against F.R. bank notes
537
/,0 0 0
400,000
J
P resources &
Ph
_____3 ,7 24,000
4,802,000
All other
3 ,4 5 9 ,6 5 9 ,0 0 0
3 ,4 4 5 ,9 8 4 ,0 0 0
1,3 4 3,3 4 6 ,0 0 0
TOTAL RESOURCES
R e l e a s e d for publication Sunday morning April

7,

2 000

60 ^03 000

5

L I A B I L I T I E S
Capital paid in
Surplus
Government deposits
Due to members - reserve account
Collection items.
Other deposits, including foreign Govt.credits
Total gross deposits
F .R . notes in actual circulation
F»R. bank notes in circulation, net lia b ility
All other lia bilities
TOTAL LIABILITIES
Ratio of gold reserves to net deposit and F.R.
note lia b ilitie s combined
Ratio of total reserves to net deposit and note
lia b ilit ie s combined



58 390.000
252 ,000

,000
3 .000

7^ , 223,000

60«3$
62.4%

56,100,000

1 ,1 3 4 ,00 0
104,0o6,000
1 ,4 9 9 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0
2X6.897,000
81,059,000

1 ,8 8 6 .31 8 ,0 0 0
1 ,4 7 9 ,92 0 ,0 0 0
7 ,8 6 0 ,0 0 0 .
9 ,9 3 3,00 0
3 ,4 5 9 ,6 5 9 ,0 0 0

000

53

7*»494,000
1 ,13 4,00 0
10 4,81 8,0 00
1 ,4 7 3 ,2 9 4 ,0 0 0
2 26.139,000
8 2,0 6 7 ,0 0 0

36

46,461,000
758,219,000
105,436,000
1 ,9 0 1 ,4 4 2 ,0 0 0
1,4-52,838,000

910,116,000
37 6,51 0 ,0 0 0
7 ,9 7 8 ,0 0 0
------------_____________ 620,000
8 ,3 6 9 ,0 0 0
3 ,4 4 5 ,9 8 4 ,0 0 0
1 ,3 ^ 3 ,3 4 6 ,0 0 0
6 0 .8 $
62-7$

83-0$
84-7$

7 19 8

Released for publication Sunday morning, April
,
I *
Not earlier*
WEEKLY S T A T E D ? OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF EACH OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE RANKS AT CLOSE OF
(In thousands of dollars)
R E S O U R C E S
Boston New York Phila*
Clevel. Richm. Atlanta Chicago St.Louis
Gold coin and certificates in vault 10,554 332,095
9,8 8 4 3 2 ,8 6 4
29,55S
3 ,1 8 0
Gold Settlement Fund F. R. Board
i+9,370
SI, 189 48,731
1 8,220
,841
, 781
44,513
Gold vidth foreign agencies
j , j1j
1
^J1
8 2 ,1 0 2
Total gold held by banks
431,396
73,749
Gold with Federal Reserve Agents
39,336 29,204 40,3 04 153,749
*
+
2 1 5 ,7 U
35,137
Gold redemption fund
. s
1 ,189
1,313
Total gold reserves
113,934
56,744 6 4 ,8 9 4
7 1 ,2 4 2
149,977
5,462
Legal tender notes, silver, etc.
2,253
46,157
959
2 ,0 3 8
349
l , 717
Total reserves
703,264
172,790
57,093 6 6 ,9 32 239,273
72,959
Bills dis. for members & F*R.Banks
234,513 26,997 3 9 ,0 6 6 37,631 12,953
3 5 ,4 99 35,083
Bills bought in open market
127,743
27,202 11,371 10,2 75
4 7 ,0 24
13,539
72,417
48,395
Total b ills on hand
32,523
46,233
U* S. Govft long-term securities
5,514
7 ,7 3 8
3 ,6 4 8
19,513
U# S. GovH short-term securities
,
3 ,2 4 0
7,643
1 ,5 3 3
32,931
♦* »
%%•
*• •
•• •
124
All other earning assets
746
547,488
Total earning assets
74,743
51,773 30,2 40 135,713
•* •
♦• •
4,056
1 ,4 7 4
Due from other F* R* Banks - net
9 ,4 9 4
6,463
39,934 2 1,2 32 23,772 18,195
21,346
Uncollected items
66,194
69,895
20,945
66,194 46,397
Total deduct-from gross deposits
23,772 19,047
79,339 22,820
♦• *
0 S
* %♦
■•-•
-«
-*
#• *
5 Reaemp. fund against F.E.Bk.notes
»t.
« 9«
l
• « •
48
A ll other resources
454,380 144,886
s
TOTAL RESOURCES

6,265

6,609
15,217 36
26,322 23,401

23
29,061
40,613
1,568

BUSINESS APRIL

L I A B I L I T I E S
Capital paid-in
6,357
Surplus
75
Gove rnment dep os i t s
Due to members ^ e se r v e account
39,520
Collection items
Due to other
R. Banks - net
Other depos.incl.for-Gov1t.credits
f #*
Total gross deposits
F.R* Notes in actual circulation
95,973
F*R»Bk-notes in circul. net liab.
All other liabilites
215,931
TOTAL LIABILITIES




5,452
17,688

112,660
*911

X-gflb
1918.

Total
Minn. Kans„Cy. Dallas San Fran.
48 3,78 0
29,885
303
;,44S 1 9 ,4 jl
381,163

1 5,9 4s
9,797

25,625

62,290
27,8 45 28,553
39.4 19
55,323
10,000 2,500
1.106
393 1 21
859
233,811
657,107
171,331
68,370 34,735
607
1,152
63
116,237
34,798
151,129
68,977
58,828
5,963 35,219
21,898
11,150 11,13"> 13,470
362,256
66,268 49,002 23,228
17,096 48,689
855
2,233 2,720 8,862
1,606
1,233
1 1 71 183,626
+
16,657
511 4,039 3,719
510
130
195
62,052 90,713
49,107 24,365 6l ,465
852
4,665
5.-372
10,886 25,676
25,001
21,232
16,7 53 30,341
400
• «t
»* •
276
110,100 177,004
215,981 1316,946 259,854 284,735 132,63 116,267
63,599
3,335
2,000

5,

6,635

16,921 52,204 917,443
16,336 54,510 373,077
2 3 ,4 0 4
14
1 ,2 4 4
34,501 106,728 1 ,8 1 3 ,9 2 4
2,451
301 63,509
36,952 107,029 1 ,8 7 7 ,4 3 3
22 ,3 35 29,796
573,383
S .256 26,392
326,503
900,386
56,183
27,591
60,403
2,456
3 ,9 7 0
260,400
1 ,3 9 4
3,131
1 ,3 3 6 ....... 131
1 ,2 2 4 ,4 1 1
, s
•» « «
5>435
* 9 ,9 5 7
3 4 6 ,9 9 7
18
15,687
3 5 6 ,9 5 4
• *•
537
137
• ♦•
•*»
324:
91,337 133,335 3 ,4 5 9 ,6 5 9

36 07 60,669
18,670 10,252
,670

3,222

2,760 3 ,4 4 6 2,843 4,303
7 4 ,4 9 4
3 ,509
* %*
1 ,1 3 4
216
«
33
649
9 ,8 8 7
104,818
6 ,8 0 2
8 ,738
9,520
5,327
7,939
9,535 14,567
14,357
185,861 49,526 42,1 44 74,537 37,437 70,590 1 ,4 7 3 ,2 9 4
639,016 92,368 108,524 44,994
52, 26s 34,150 17,029 15,551 12,022 25,144 18,298 4 ,2 4 6 I 3 , m
226,139
5,779 10,853
k
. •
•
232 • «
467 4* »
24,638
3 ,0 1 7
** *
2,000
324
*
198 ... . 12.
3 ,9 8 2
S2,067
75,520
19
5
.
53,211 9 5 ,6 56 49,275 9 5,312 1 ,8 8 6 ,3 1 S
56,537 221,793 7 7 ,5 42
805,799 136,103 143,461 67,323
53, 91s 69,314 3 9 ,5 2 5 83,566 1 , 479,920
435,233 116, 87s 132,257 61,307 56,744 221,851 63,349
••*
»• •
*
7,860 • •
7,860
. *
122
*486 ...... 113..
194 ....... 204______ 2*222.
633
728
_____*923
5,554
1316,946 259,854 2 84,735 132,638 116,267 454,330 144,886 110,100 177,004 91,837 133,335 3 *459,659
19,711

6,873
••*

3,379
m 0
m

3 ,7 7 0

116
6,311

2 ,9 4 6
40
5,733
33,727

9 ,597

♦«

•

•

* •

♦*

♦

*

♦

*Difference between net amounts due from and net amounts dud to other Federal Reserve Banks,

4

• • •

7

Released, for publication Sunday morning, April
, 1^13
Not. earlier,
X-S'flc
STATEMENT OF FEDERAL RESERVE AGENTS’ ACCOUNTS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL , I I .
(In thousands of dollars)
FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES
Boston New York Phila. Clevele Richm, Atlanta Chicago St.Louis Minn. Kans.Cy, Dallas San Fran..

Received from Comptroller
Returned to Comptroller
Chargeable to F. R, Agent
In hands of F. R. Agent
Issued to F. S. Banks less
amount returned to F. R.
Agent for redemption

131,080
106,605
8,220
..98,385

5 98

643,251
102,400

168,760 164,340
142,907 151,556
13,100 10,460

95,340
18,416
76,9 24
6,635

14,431
75*189

17.005

290,040
12 ,0 76
273.004
42,080

1 1 ,1 65
74,335
5,680

540,851

129,807

141,096

70,239

58.. 184

302,280

89, b20

85,500 71r980
12,020

Total

97,700 68,^00

59,960
4,995

15,118
82,582
7,960

3 0 ^,?f0
2168,400
1 499 95_____ '& 2 S 6 .
,3 S .J
~
94 •! 9? ^ 1 o 40;3 92
14,180
* V *

235,924

68,6155_ 5^*965

74,6 22

39;9 25 _ 9it»j374

**
493
15S.256
77,175
235,924

?* *
•■
'
2*100
38,513
23.042.
o

54,105

232*5765

1607,627

COLLATERAL HELD AS SECURITY
FOR OUTSTANDING NOTES:

Gold coin and certif. on hand
Gold redemption fund
Gold settlement fund F.E.3oard
Eligible paper, minimum required
Total
AMOUNT OF ELIGIBLE PAPER DE­
LIVERED TG F . R. AGENT

32,110 179,151
11,560
4,775
11,500 25,000
50,000 325,140
9§73S5' 550,851

72,417

362,255

11,943 *• * t 2 c504
2,204
2 ,380
7,393
70,000 27,000 3 4 ,9 20
.620 51-760 4 i , 035 17,880
129,307 "141, 696"'*767239'■~5s ; i s 4'
»• «
6 ,568
73.619
44

66, 26s

45,386

43,447

13,801

•

82,

13,102
a < 0iy
3 .
24 ’ 500
.
15,546

5 ,655 54,965

107 42,232

16,377

O
C * \
>
i3v5Si
252,391
5,114
50,033
2,963
584
52,360
570,643
49,396
40,464
19.299 23»5^9
734,550
"
,
“ ''397925' ' "947974 "l6077527

2,171

74 022
45,571

27,591

49,408

876,860

M E M O R A N D A
FEDERAL
F . R. Notes outstanding
F. R. Notes held by banks
F. S. Notes in actual cir­
culation

98,335 540,851
,.407...

129,807

95,97S

116,373

2

55,618

435,233

12*322

RESERVE
141,096

..

132,257

NOTES

OUTSTANDING

70,239 53,134
__Si.93.2_. l s440

61,307

56,744

AND

IN

ACTUAL

CIRCULATION

68,655 54,965 74,622

235.924
14.073 .. 5,306
.

221,351

63,349

94,974 1607,627

1,047

5,308

3 9 ,9 2 5
400

11,403

53.918

69,314

3 9 ,5 25

S3

DISTRIBUTION OF BILLS, U. S. GOV’ T. SHORT TERM SECURITIES AND WARRANTS BY MATURITIES.

Within 15 days
Bills discounted and bought
U. S. Gov't, short tern securities
Municipal warrants




l

6 to 30 days
57f

39%^2"
224,395
13

31

to

60 days
rffriT
, %

100,5
2 ,529

2795
5.032

13

40

6l

to

9 days
0

llfrS^
1 4 ,8 6 6

455

Over 90 days
73?
8,4*571 3 ,5 7 2

1

Total

900,386
260,400

522

,566

127,707
1479,920

Released for publication Sunday morning April 7 , 1913
Not earlier
STATEMENT SHOWING PRINCIPAL RESOURCE AND LIABILITY ITEMS OF MEMBER BANKS LOCATED IN CENTRAL RESERVE, RESERVE AND OTHER
SELECTED CITIES AS AT CLOSEGOF BUSINESS MARCH 29, 1918.
X~871d
Member Banks
Boston
No. reporting banks
3S
U-S.bonds to secure
circulation
14,6 22
Other U.S.Bonds in­
cluding Liberty Bonds>
U .S * cert if icates of
indebtedness
,
Total U.S. securities 1 51,9S7
Loans secured by U .S .
bonds, etc.
A ll other lcaigj^and
investments
Reserve with F.E.bank
Cash in vault
Net demand deposits
, s
Time deposits
79,8 08
Gove rnr.ient dep os its
_5&O-l0
2.
Data for banks in each

11,025
26 3^0

New York
98

Phila. Cleve.
47
79

50,531

12,981

42,

167,324

10,657

Richm.

3 5 ,9 28

812,362

1, 030,217

922

51,182 61,764
614
21,488 20,249

74,820 i4o,

Atlanta

Chicago St.Louis
32

40
67
93
24,766 15,150 19,5 17
19-634 12,797
.
39,021
18,136 20,330
68,772
62,536 48,277 127,310
13,126 1,900 3 4 ,6 3 4

35,576 161,781
729,365 3 ,9 9 5 ,^ 7 3 600,504 928,927 357,037 291,713 1 ,3 6 6 ,2 8 4
63,153 631,537 53,562 80,038 28, 630 26,136 1 4 2,79 2
22,700 124, 57O 19,771 31,067 16,672 l 4 ,695 64,249
606 21 4 ,3 9 6 ,8 9 9 566,712 696,697 282,345 217,755 1, 050,004
2 8 4,82 4 14,578 216,609 51,692 78,467
348,255
_3l j 4 s 6_ 34,363 TO. 844 10,077 10,650
45
54,2 24
23

2

14,076

138,991
3 543,225
539,329
230,474

I

Kans.Cy.

69

Total
682

Dallas San, Fran
41
45

17,370

5.692

13,93S

17,569

35-099

270,157

10,9 54

6,008

10,b 92

3 ,317

13,933

3^7,790

31,973

15,088
26,788

30,9S7
55

60,302
9,13S

,617
2,961 2, 7^1
235,872 452,323

13,870

41,256
3, 06s

36,636

1 ,1 3 7 ,5 0 5
35,723 1 ,8 0 5 ,4 5 2
3 H ,5 0 3

4,791

182,742 464,107 9 /9 7 7,12 2
372,715
19,810
43,641
3 7 ,3 22
17,612 44,308 1,1 SB,546
3 6 5,756
17,193
9,397
13,967
,014 154,311 36 3,60 4 9 ,2 0 1 ,3 8 8
287.281 182;550
,
7 7 ,1 ^
53,263
1 ,3 7 3,13 1
-26,464
1 7 ,2 28
631,258
11,9 46
Central Reserve City, banks in all . other reserve cities axid otner reporting banks.

New York
Chicago
iv
fe.rch $
ferch
—- larch 22 No.reporting banks
57
57
39
U,S.bonds to sec.circ. •
1,343
35,ol7
35,587
Other U.S.Bonds inclLiberty Bonds
1 4 8,38 6
153,493
783,632
U,S.Cert i f . of indebt.
732,852 41,823
Total U*S.securities
968,185
931,932 57,242
Loans secured by U .S.
148,889 22,202
bonds, etc.
A ll other loans and
,
3 ,5 4 8 ,2 6 6 828,090
investments
99,460
Reserve with F.R.bank
108,507
Cash in vault
Net demand deposits
3 ,9 3 1 ,6 1 9 3 ,3 3 1,25 3
136,350
Time deposits
360,788 42,182
Government deposits
3 1 3,79 9



Minn.
33

St.Louis i Total Cen.Res.Cities

—iirch 22
jferch 2 9 -March. 2914
10,3 70

6,672
26,405

110

47,330

111
47.-350

169,634
173,282
851,910
864,752
43,447 1 ,0 6 8 ,8 7 4 1 ,0 8 5 ,3 8 4

50,317

11,600 19,870
22,219 100 451
11,166

397

Reserve Cities
Country Banks
March 23~ -.torch 22 ^’
arch
—•i'ttrch 22
421
424
147
151
48,124
171,793

25

173,677
146,020
, s

296 23

315,121

146,725

615,935

6 3 3 , 644

49,150
32,136
39,357

120,643

168,268 171,352 12 2,58 6 122,495 2 0 ,6 49
272,516 4 ,643,831 4, 651,113 4 ,5 6 5 ,9 8 4 4, 565,924
767,307
529,065
2 7 ,7 4 4
716,214 421,689 426,912 5 0 ,3 2 4
716,533
107,093 40,495 7,850 156,852 155,201 175,509 1 7 7,229
3 3 ,3 3 5
700,077 20 3,68 2 4 ,8 8 5 ,3 7 8 4, 831,229 3 , 695,436 3 ,6 8 5 ,0 3 3 620,574
423,896 425,002 789,230 7 9 4,52 4 165,005
57,072
235,123
22,738 373,789 448,709 225, 30s 280,769 27,211
7 ,0 7 5

Total

-**'krch 22
*’ roh 29.k
<
682
682

270,157

31,766 3 4 7 ,7 3 0
37,673 1 ,1 8 7 ,5 0 5
117,569 1 ,8 0 5 ,4 5 2
20,081

311,503

267,272

■351,773
1 ,2 1 7 ,5 5 2
1 ,8 3 6 ,5 3 7
3 1 4 ,4 2 8

9 963,007

745,970 3 ,3 7 7 ,1 2 2
,
49,313 1 ,1 8 8 ,5 4 6 1 ,1 3 3 ,0 3 3
3 7 2,00 8
3 3 ,5 7 8
3 6 5 ,7 5 6
,
3 ,1 2 3 ,1 3 5
1 ,3 7 3 ,1 3 1 1 ,3 7 3 ,3 1 6
3 2 ,6 4 6
7 6 2 ,1 2 4

612,873 3 201,388
160,290
631,258


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