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For Immediate release
January 13p 1966«
0EMAHD DESO&HS* QJJRRENCY, AND RELATED ITEMS

The seasonally adjusted money supply rose to an average of $168.1 billion
in the four weeks ending January 5, deflecting rapid expansion of demand deposits
in the secondJ half of December and in early January. Time deposits adjusted continued to increase in the first week of January at about the reduced December rate*

MONEY SUIPPLY AND TIME DEPOSITS
Averages of dailjy figures, in billions of dollars
Seasonally adjusted

j

Time deposits
adjusted
(All commercial
1 banks)

| Honey Supply

Period

nj-ii«r™

* Total

llu

1964—-December

159.7

1965—January
February
March
April

j

1

160.0
159.7

|

160.3

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December p

i
1
!

Week ending:
1965—Dec.1 1

1

161.1
160,0
161.8
162,5
162,7
164.3
165.6,
165.7
167.4

|

34.2

126.6

125.5
125.1
125.6
126.4
125.1
126.8
127.3
127,3
128.7
129.7
129.6
131.2

128.8
131.0
132,1
133.5
134.6
135.9
137.6
140.1
141.6

I

143.6
145.5
146.9

129.6
130.3
130.2
131.5
132,3

146.4
146.5
146.8
146.9
147.4

36.4

133.0

147.7

36.3

131.8

1

167.8

29 p

|

168,6

36.2
36,3
36.3
36.4
36.3

169.4

168.1

5 p

125*41

j

34.5
34.7
34.7
34.7
34.9
35.0
35.2
35,4
35.6
35.9
36.1
36.3

8
15
22
1966—Jan.

165.7
166,6
166.5

|

Currency IDemand deposit
component 1 component

1
i
I
!

i

Average of last four
weeks
/

, „

, .
„

r

147.2
in

.in. ,

mwmm i

p - Preliminary*
NOTE: Components may not add to.totals due to x ounding. See revers e side for
scrlptlon of se-«ries«
data without s easonal adjusto*kit and for dei



' 1
•

j DEMAND DEPOSITS, CURRENCY, AND RELATED ITEMS
(Averages of daily figures, in billions of dollars.

Not seasonally .adjusted)

Money Supply
Period
Total

Currency
component

Demand deposit
component

Related deposits
(All commercial banks)
Time
U.S. Gov't,
ad lusted
demand

1964—December

164.0

35.0

129.1

125.2

5.5

1965—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December p

164.4
159l5
159i0
1^1.6
157.6
159.6
160.9
WO.,5
1 6 3 .,2
165.8
167.4
172.0

34 4
34 2
34 3
34 5
34 6
34 9
35 4
35 5
35 6
36.0
36.5
37.0

130
125
124
127
123
124
125
125
127.5
129.8
130.9
135.0

128.3
130.8
132..7
134.,0
135..4
136. 6
138..3
140^2
141.4
143.5
144.4
145.3

4. 2
5. 7
6. 7
5. 6
9. 7
9. 3
9. 1
7.4
5.
5. 0
4.0
4.5

Week ending:
1964—Dec. 2
9
16
23
30

161.
162.
165.
165.
164.

34.7
35.0
34.9
35.0
35.1

126.4
127.1
130.1
130.0
129.1

124.4
124.7
125.1
125.3
125.7

7,
5,
3,
5.7
6.6

166.
165.
164.
162.

34.8
34.6
34.2
34.0

132.
130.
130.
128.

126.7
127.7
128.5
129.3

6,4
4.0
2.9
3.8

162.5

34.0

128.5

129.7

4,6

36.6
37.1
-37 _0
37.2
37.2

130.8
132.4
134.9
136.5
135.6

1T44.

145.
145.
145.
145.

5,7
4.8
2.6
4,4
5.9

36.8

138.7

146.5

5,3

1965—Jan.

6
13
20
27

Feb.

*

1965—Dec.

^966--Jan.

1
8*
15
22
29 p
5 p

167.
169.
171.
173.
172.
175.5

p - Preliminary.
NOTE—Money supply consists of (1) demand deposits at all commercial banks, other
than those due to domestic commercial banks and the U.S. Government, less! cash
items in process of collection and Federal Reserve float; (2) foreign demand
balances at Federal Reserve Banks; and (3) currency outside the TreasuryJ the Federal
Reserve and the vaults of all commercial banks. Time deposits adjusted are time
deposits at all commercial banks other than those due "to domestic commercial banks and
^he ILS. Government,
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