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FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
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H.6 ( 5 0 8 )
Table 1

MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT MEASURES

JULY 23, 1992

Billions of dollars
Date

M1J

M2*

DEBT5

M3 3
Seasonally adjusted

1990-JULY
AUG.
SEP.
OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

810.1
816.2
822.9
822.3
823.8
826.1

3300.2
3315.8
3331.0
3334.5
3333.7
3339.0

4090.
4106.
4115.
4117.
4115,
4114.

4930,
4939,
4964,
4962.
4960.
4966.

10499.
10564,
10616.
10653.
10707.
10747.

1991-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUG.
SEP.
OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

826.2
836.2
842.3
842.7
850.9
857.3
860.0
866.5
872.0
880.9
891.4
898.1

3344.0
3369.4
3386.9
3394.8
3405.6
3411.8
3407
3409
3411
3417
3430
3438.9

4125.8
4160.2
4165.9
4168.8
4170.5
4167
4157
4156
4152
4158
4166
4170.4

4981.8
5008.7
5004
4978
4958
4986
4991
4985
4974
4977
4990
4989

10776.0
10825.4
10862.8
10883.9
10934
10983
11017
11056
11094
11135
11177
11203.6

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
JUNE p

910.4
931.0
939.0
942.9
954.5
952.2

3448.0
3475.5
3473.9
3468.2
3469.5
3458.8

4174.5
4200.2
4190.5
4175.7
4173.1
4158.0

4982.

11231.9
11274.8
11325.0
11373.1
11420.0 p

1990-JULY
AUG.
SEP.
OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

812.5
814.2
818.7
817.6
826.1
844.1

3303.7
3315.6
3323.8
3330.4
3336.9
3351.9

4092.
4109,
4108.
4109.
4118.
4124.

4921.6
4934.3
4956.0
4953.7
4967.8
4986.4

10450.5
10512.8
10568.8
10617.2
10679.3
10734.2

1991-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUG.
SEP.
OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

832.7
823.4
835.0
853.0
841.7
858.1
862.3
864.5
867.4
875.5
893.9
917.3

3351.3
3358 3
3388 4
3410.8
3388.7
3408.0
3410.E
3409.1
3403.7
3412.7
3434.2
3452.8

4129.7
4150.8
4171.6
4183.
4156.
4165.
4158.
4160.
4144.
4149.
4168.
4181.

4999.8
5003.5
5011.5
4990.9
4943.3
4974.5
4983.0
4979.7
4965.1
4967.6
4998.1
5009.6

10764.2
10795.8
10825.8
10843.8
10887.6
10933.9
10966.8
11004.8
11048.7
11097.0
11146.1
11190.2

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
JUNE p

918.2
916.8
930.8
954.8
944.3
952.5

3455.9
3462.7
3474.5
3486.2
3451.8
3454.7

4179.6
4189.7
4195.5
4192.5
4158.8
4155.2

5001.0
5005.2
5026.4
5025.2
4984.6 p

11219.6
11242.4
11287.6
11336.3
11375.8 p

sail.
5019.
5010.
5001.

Not seasonally adjusted

Footnotes appear on the following page,
p—indicates preliminary data.




H.6 ( 5 0 8 )
Table 2

MONEY STOCK AND DEBT MEASURES
Percent change at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Ml

M2

M3

Debt ]

3 Months from MAR. 1992 TO JUNE 1992

5.6

-1.7

-3.1

5.2

6 Months from DEC. 1991 TO JUNE 1992

12.0

1.2

-0.6

4.3

12 Months from JUNE 1991 to JUNE 1992

11.1

1.4

-0.2

4.4

Thirteen weeks ending JULY 13, 1992
from thirteen weeks ending:

8.8

-0.7

-2.4

JAN. 13, 1992 (26 weeks previous)

13.0

1.8

-0.1

JULY 15, 1991 (52 weeks previous)

11.7

1.7

-0.1

APR. 13, 1992 (13 weeks previous)

1.

Growth rates for debt are based on periods beginning and ending one month earlier than for the monetary aggregates, namely,
February 1992 to May 1992, November 1991 to May 1992, and May 1991 to May 1992, respectively.

1.

Consists of (1) currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and the vaults of depository institutions *
(2) travelers checks of nonbank issuers '> (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those due to depository
institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign banks and official institutions, less cash items in the process of collection
and Federal Reserve float* and (4) other checkable deposits (OCDs), consisting of negotiable order of withdrawal (NON) and
automatic transfer service (ATS) accounts at depository institutions, credit union snare draft accounts and demand deposits
at thrift institutions. Seasonally adjusted Ml is calculated by summing currency, travelers checks, demand deposits, and
OCDs, each seasonally adjusted separately.
Consists of Ml plus overnight (and continuing contract) RPs issued by all depository institutions and overnight Eurodollars
issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide, savings deposits (including money market deposit accounts)]
small-denomination time deposits (time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts of less than $100,000), and balances
in both taxable and tax-exempt general purpose and broker/dealer money market mutual funds. Excludes individual retirement
account (IRA) and Keogh balances at depository institutions and money market funds. Also excludes all balances held by
U.S. commercial banks, money market funds (general purpose and broker/dealer), foreign governments and commercial banks,
and the U.S. government. Seasonally adjusted M2 is computed by adjusting its non-Mi component as a whole and then
adding this result to seasonally adjusted Ml.
Consists of M2 plus large-denc.iunation time deposits (in amounts of $100,000 or more) and term RP liabilities issued
by all depository institutions, term Eurodollars held by U.S. residents at foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide
and at all banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada, and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt institution-only
money market mutual funds. Excludes amounts held by depository institutions, the U.S. government, money market funds,
and foreign banks and official institutions. Also subtracted is the estimated amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars
held by institution-only money market mutual funds. Seasonally adjusted M3 is obtained by adjusting its non-M2 component as
a whole and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted M2.
Consists of M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings bonds, short-term Treasury securities, commercial paper
and bankers acceptances, net of money market mutual fund holdings of these assets.
Debt of domestic nonfinancial sectors consists of outstanding credit market debt of the U.S. government, state and local
governments and private nonfinancial sectors. Private debt consists of corporate bonds, mortgages, consumer credit
(including bank loans), other bank loans, commercial paper, bankers acceptances and other debt instruments.
The data are derived from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts. All data on debt of domestic nonfinancial
sectors are presented in month-average form, derived by averaging adjacent month-end levels. These data have also
been adjusted to remove statistical discontinuities that may arise in the underlying flow of funds statistics. The
presentation of debt data in this release differs, therefore, from the quarterly flow of funds statistics contained in the
Federal Reserve releases Z.7 and Z.l. In those releases, published levels of credit market debt are measured on a quartet—end
basis and include discontinuities.

Footnotes to Table 1

2.

3.

4.
5.




H.6 (508)
Table 5

MONEY STOCK MEASURES
Billions of dollars
Seasonally adjusted

15-week
average

4-week
average

5471.8
5462.2

4190.2
4189.5

4176.1
4176.1

4175.7
4175.8

5468.8
5470.6
5470.5
5469.7

5471.1
5477.2
5470.5
5459.8

4188.1
4187.2
4184.5
4182.5

4176.7
4176.8
4176.9
4175.4

4172.8
4182.9
4176.0
4170.0

5470.5
5469.1
5468.0
5466.9
5465.6

5468.5
5466.1
5464.8
5465.6
5458.8

5466.6
5467.5
5465.4
5455.1
5447.5

4179.0
4176.6
4174.1
4171.8
4169.5

4172.1
4168.6
4166.5
4165.1
4159.0

4159.3
4168.9
4167.1
4156.9
4145.1

5464.6
5465.4

5456.0
5455.0

5455.9
5455.4

4166.7
4164.6

4150.7
4147.8

4135.7
4155.6

15-week
average

4-week
average

945.9
941.6

5471.5
5472.2

5468.5
5468.2

944.7
948.4
950.5
952.9

950.9
955.5
954.0
951.2

5472.9
5475.2
5472.6
5471.2

945.9
947.1
947.9
948.7
949.7

954.7
954.9
954.7
954.2
951.9

958.4
956.0
955.2
949.1
949.5

951.2
952.4

952.9
955.8

960.1
956.5

Period en<ding

15-week
average

4-week
average

1992-APR. 20
27

954.6
956.7

940.8
942.2

MAY

4
11
18
25

958.9
941.1
942.8
944.1

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

JULY

6p
15p

M5

M2

Ml
week
average

week
average

week
average

Not seasonally adjusted
Ml

Period en<ding

15-week
average

4-week
average

1992-APR. 20
27

929.9
952.8

955.7
956.8

MAY

4
11
18
25

955.7
957.9
940.0
941.5

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

JULY

6p
15p

M5

M2
week
average

15-week
average

4-week

5496.9
5450.9

4195.9
4195.5

4202.7
4197.6

4198.7
4161.6

5479.0
5466.4
5456.2
5451.9

5456.4
5461.5
5456.1
5455.5

4191.8
4189.9
4186.8
4185.1

4185.7
4172.7
4165.6
4160.2

4159.8
4170.5
4162.4
4148.0

5470.5
5469.5
5468.7
5467.1
5464.5

5449.8
5452.8
5456.7
5459.1
5454.5

5448.2
5475.5
5471.6
5445.0
5429.7

4181.5
4179.1
4177.0
4175.9
4169.5

4157.1
4158.9
4162.8
4161.9
4155.8

4147.3
4177.8
4178.0
4144.6
4122.9

5461.8
5458.6

5455.6
5455.4

5470.1
5470.6

4164.7
4160.4

4148.2
4145.4

4147.4
4166.8

15-week
average

4-week
average

968.4
957.1

5475.1
5474.2

5494.4
5491.2

955.7
950.4
944.7
945.2

946.5
949.6
945.7
951.1

5474.7
5474.2
5475.4
5471.7

945.7
945.7
947.7
949.5
950.5

945.0
946.6
950.6
955.9
951.9

945.6
964.1
961.6
944.1
957.9

951.8
952.5

955.8
957.6

979.4
968.9

week
average

average

week
average

Note: Special caution should be taken in interpreting week-to-week changes in money supply data, which are highly volatile and subject to
revision.
p—indicates preliminary data.



H.6 ( 5 0 8 )
Table 4

COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT
Billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Nontransactions
components

Other checkable deposits
Travelers
checks 2

Demand
deposits3

At
commercial
banks 4

At
thrift
institutions5

Total

In M 2 6

In M3
only 7

85.8
86.6

297.5
301.3

2533.3
2544.7

790.8
779.0

215.4
220.2
223.5

87.1
87.6
88.2

302.5
307.8
311.6

2552.0
2554.7
2554.5

774.0
764.9
755.9

279.3
280.1
280.6

225.8
229.5
232.4

87.8
87.8
88.2

313.7
317.3
320.6

2547.4
2543.0
2539.5

749.9
747.1
741.2

7.9
8.0
8.2

283.8
287.6
289.5

235.4
239.2
241.6

89.1
90.5
91.6

324.5
329.7
333.2

2536.4
2539.5
2540.8

741.4
735.5
731.5

269.4
271.6
271.8

8.2
8.1
8.0

293.9
305.1
309.6

245.9
250.7
252.8

93.2
95.6
96.7

339.0
346.3
349.5

2537.6
2544.5
2534.9

726.5
724.7
716.5

273.6
274.7
276.2

8.0
8.0
7.9

311.2
315.2
311.0

252.9
259.3
259.5

97.2
97.3
97.5

350.1
356.7
357.0

2525.2
2515.0
2506.6

707.6
703.6
699.3

18
25

274.5
275.3

8.0
8.0

315.7
313.6

259.
259.

96.2
95.3

355.9
354.4

2516.5
2508.6

705.5
710.3

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

275.3
276.2
276.1
276.2
275.9

8.0
8.0
8.0
7.9
7.9

314.3
312.0
311.5
309.2
311.6

260.
261.
260,
259.
254.

100.7
98.3
96.8
95.9
99.2

360.9
359.8
357.6
355.8
353.8

2508.2
2511.2
2512.2
2506.0
2498.3

692.7
701.7
701.7
701.8
695.6

JULY

6p
13p

277.3
277.8

7.9
7.9 e

316.0
313.2

259.
260.

99.2
97.5

358.9
357.6

2495.8
2496.9

679.8
702.2

1

Date

Currency

1991-FEB.
MAR.

254.6
256.0

8.2
8.1

275.9
276.9

211.6
214.6

APR.
MAY
JUNE

256.3
256.6
257.6

7.8
8.0
7.9

276.1
278.4
280.1

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

259.3
261.3
262.9

7.8
7.8
7.8

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

264.8
266.0
267.3

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
JUNE

p>

Heek ending
1992-MAY

1.
2.

Currency outside U.S. Treasury? Federal Reserve Banks and the vaults of depository institutions.
Outstanding amount of U.S. dollai—denominated travelers checks of nonbank issuers. Travelers checks issued by depository institutions are
included in demand deposits.
3.
Demand deposits at commercial banks and foreiqn-related institutions other than those due to depository institutions, the U.S. government
and foreign banks and official institutions, less cash items in the process of collection and Federal Reserve float.
4.
Consists of NOW and ATS balances at commercial banks, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations.
5.
Consists of NOW and ATS balances at thrifts, credit union share draft balances, and demand deposits at; thrifts.
6.
Sum of overniqht RPs and Eurodollars, money market fund balances (general purpose and broker/dealer), savings deposits (including
money market deposit accounts) and small time deposits. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
7.
Sum of large time deposits, term RPs and Eurodollars of U.S. residents, money marKet fund balances (institution-only), less the estimated
amount of overniqht RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money market mutual funds. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
e--indicates estimated data.
p--indicates preliminary data.




H.6 (508)
Table 4-continued

COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT
Billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Savings deposits1
At
At
commercial
thrift
banks
institutions

Date

Large-denomination time deposits2

Small-denomination time deposits2

Total

At
At
commercial
thrift
banks
institutions

Total

General purpose
and broker/dealer
money market funds

Institutiononly money
market funds

At
At
thrift
commercial
institutions
banks 4

Total

1991-FEB.
MAR.

590.5
597.1

340.5
344.6

931.
941.

616.2
619.5

553.3
546.4

1169.5
1165.9

361.0
365.0

145.5
148.5

385.1
382.1

114.5
110.8

499.6
492.8

APR.
MAY
JUNE

602.8
609.6
617.3

350,
356,
359,

953.
966.
976.8

617.
615,
617.8

542,
535.
522.8

1159.7
1150.9
1140.6

366.6
367.8
368.8

152.9
155.2
155.3

379.6
379.2
377.9

108.1
104.3
100.4

487.7
483.5
478.3

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

623.2
630.4
636.7

363.
363.
365.

986.
994.
1002.

617,
621.
619.

512.
499.
491.

1129.5
1120.8
1111.0

367.9
362.4
359.9

155.4
158.6
162.6

373.8
372.0
368.1

97.4
93.5
90.4

471.2
465.5
458.5

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

645.7
655.4
664.9

369.
373,
377.

1015.
1028,
1042.

614.
606.
598.

481.1
472.8
464.5

1095.2
1079.2
1063.0

359.3
359.5
360.5

168.2
173.6
179.1

362.6
357.1
354.0

87.4
85.1
83.1

450.0
442.3
437.1

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.

676.
688.
695.

385,
395.
402,

1061,
1083,
1098.

587.
576.
569.

455.
443.
433.

1042.9
1019.8
1002.9

360.1
363.9
358.0

182.4
188.2
185.3

346.4
341.7
336.8

81.4
79.1
76.1

427.9
420.7
412.9

APR.
MAY
JUNE

703.
707.
710.

408.
414.
416.

1111.
1122.
1127.

565.9
557.8
551.2

419.
411.
404.

985.4
968.8
955.9

354.1
355.0
353.3

189.2
194.8
199.7

331.9
329.6
326.5

73.8
71.2
69.7

405.7
400.8
396.2

18
25

710.0
707.5

415.
415.

1125.
1122.

557.8
556.2

411.1
409.8

968.
966.

355.
353.

196.6
197.4

328.4
330.4

71.4
70.5

399.8
400.9

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

707.6
709.8
712.1
711.2
709.7

415.4
415.8
416.5
417.2
416.3

1123.
1125.
1128.
1128.
1126.

554.
553.
552.
551.
548.

408.8
407.7
405.6
403.5
402.1

963.
961.
957.
954.
950.

353.6
353.7
353.8
353.8
352.4

191.4
196.2
201.5
203.9
200.3

327.0
328.6
327.8
324.7
325.2

70.3
69.9
69.5
69.2
70.1

397.4
398.6
397.2
393.9
395.3

JULY

6p
13p

712.6
715.8

417.
417.

1130.
1133.

546.
545.

401,
399,

947.
944.

348.3
351.8

186.7
207.4

322.8
322.8

70.1
69.6

392.9
392.4

Neek ending
1992-MAY

1.
2.
3.
4.

Savings deposits include money market deposit accounts.
Small-denomination time deposits — including retail RPs—are those issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All IRA and Keogh account balances at
commercial banks and thrifts are are those issued small time deposits.
Large-denomination time deposits subtracted from in amounts of $100>000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities,
Large-denomination time deposits at commercial banks less those held by money market mutual funds, depository institutions, and foreign banks and
official institutions,
--indicates preliminary data.




H.6 (508)
Table 4-continued

COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT
Billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Debt components4

Non-M3 Components of L
Savings
bonds

Short-term
Treasury
securities1

Bankers
acceptances2

Commercial
paper 3

Federal

debt

Non-Federal
debt

127.9
129.0

328.8
323.5

34.6
32.1

357.1
353.8

2537.5
2551.5

8287.9
8311.3

APR.
MAY
JUNE

130.
131,
132,

307,
299,
325.

30.
29.
28.

341,
327.
333.

2547.4
2572.5
2606.7

8336,
8361,
8376.8

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

133,
134.
135,

332.8
330.6
322.9

28.
27.
25.8

339.8
336.3
337.7

2633.
2667.
2694.

8383.8
8389.6
8400.2

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

136,
137,
137.

321
324
317

25.3
24.5
23.3

336.2
337.9
339.7

2724.
2749.
2767.2

8411,
8427.
8436.4

138.9
140.1
141.2

311.5
321.2
328.6

23,
22.
22,

334.8
327.5
337.0

2781.0
2797.3
2832.2

8450.9
8477.5
8492.8

142.4
143.5

328.9
332.8

21,
22,

341.7
329.4

2863.2
2893.4

8509.
8526.

Date
1991-FEB.
MAR.

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY p

1.

Consists of U.S. Treasury bills and coupons with remaining maturities of less than 12 months held by other than depository
institutions. Federal Reserve Banks, money market mutual funds> and foreign entities.
Net of bankers acceptances held by accepting banks, Federal Reserve Banks, foreign official institutions, Federal Home Loan Banks,
and money market mutual funds.
3.
Total commercial paper less commercial paper held by money market mutual funds.
4.
Debt data are on a monthly average basis, derived by averaging adjacent end-of-month levels, and have been adjusted to remove
discontinuities.
p--indicates preliminary data.
2.




H.6 ( 5 0 8 )
Table 5

COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT
Billions of dollars> not seasonally adjusted
Nontransac tions
componen ts

Other checkable deposits

Date

Currency

1

Travelers
checks 2

Demand
deposits3

At
commercial
banks 4

At
thrift
institutions5

Total

In M 2 6

In M3
only 7

Overnight
RPs 8

Overnight
Eurodollars9

1991-FEB.
MAR.

252.6
255.6

7.8
7.8

268.0 ,
270.1

211.5
215.8

83.4
85.8

294.9
301.6

2535.0
2553.3

792.5
783.3

51.4
49.0

19.0
20.2

APR.
MAY
JUNE

256.0
257.4
259.1

7.5
7.8
8.1

277.7
271.7
279.9

222.6
217.2
222.0

89.2
87.7
89.0

311.8
304.9
311.0

2557.8
2547.1
2549.9

772.2
768.1
757.2

50.0
51.3
52.3

19.6
17.2
15.6

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

260.8
262.0
261.7

8.5
8.6
8.3

280.9
278.8
278.6

223.1
226.9
230.6

89.0
88.3
88.2

312.1
315.1
318.7

2548.2
2544.6
2536.3

748.0
751.0
741.2

51.1
52.8
51.8

13.8
14.5
14.6

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

263.1
266.3
270.0

8.0
7.7
7.1

283.7
291.1
303.0

232.0
238.1
244.8

88.6
90.7
91.7

320.6
328.8
336.5

2537.3
2540.2
2535.5

736.9
734.5
728.4

53.1
53.5
52.7

16.3
19.5
22.6

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.

267.8
269.5
271.0

7.8
7.8
7.7

300.0
296.3
302.0

250.7
250.5
254.2

91.8
92.7
95.8

342.5
343.2
350.0

2537.8
2545.9
2543.7

723.7
727.0
721.0

54.8
57.1
52.6

21.9
19.4
20.4

APR.
MAY
JUNE

273.4
275.7
277.3

7.6
7.7
8.2

312.9
307.5
310.7

261.4
255.8
257.8

99.5
97.5
98.6

360.9
353.3
356.4

2531.4
2507.5
2502.1

706.3
707.0
700.5

51.7
48.7
49.1

19.1
18.1
19.2

18
25

275.2
275.9

7
8

311,
299,

254.8
252.9

97.0
95.0

351.8
347.9

2510.4
2502.4

706.
714.

49.8
46.6

17.8
19.4

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

274.8
278.4
277.6
277.2
276.5

9
0
1
2
3

309,
313.
315.
305,
306,

255.9
262.9
260.6
256.2
251.3

97.7
101.5
99.6
97.2
95.7

353,
364,
360,
353,
347,

2502.6
2509.5
2510.0
2498.8
2491.7

699.
704.
706.
701.
693.

47,
49.
49.
49.
49.

19.
17.
18.
19.
21.

JULY

6p
13p

281.4
280.9

5
6 e

327,
319.

260.7
259.5

101.7
100.3

362.5
359.8

2490.7
2501.7

677.
696.

45.5
47.8

19.
19.

F>

Neek ending
1992-MAY

1.
2.

Currency outside U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks and the vaults of depository institutions.
Outstanding amount of U.S. dollar-denominated travelers checks of nonbank issuers. Travelers checks issued by depository institutions are
included in demand deposits.
3.
Demand deposits at commercial banks and foreign-related institutions other than those due to depository institutions> the U.S. government
and foreign banks and official institutions, less cash items in the process of collection and Federal Reserve float.
4.
Consists of NOW and ATS balances at commercial banks, U.S. branches and agencies of foreiqn banks, and Edge Act corporations.
5.
Consists of NOW and ATS balances at thrifts, credit union share draft balances, and demand deposits at thrifts.
6.
Sum of overnight RPs and Eurodollars, money market fund balances (general purpose and broker/dealer), savings deposits (including money market
deposit accounts) and small time deposits.
7.
Sum of large time deposits, term RPs and Eurodollars of U.S. residents, money market fund balances (institution-only), less the estimated
amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money market mutual funds.
8
Consists of overnight and continuing contract RPs issued by all depository institutions to other than depository institutions and money market
mutual funds (general purpose and broker/dealer).
9.
Issued by foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide to U.S. residents other than depository institutions and money market mutual funds
(general purpose and broker/dealer).
e--indicates estimated data.
p--indicates preliminary data.



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Table 5-continued

COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK, LIQUID ASSETS, AND DEBT
Billions of dollars? not seasonally adjusted
Term RPs 1
At
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thrift
banks
institutions

Date

Debt components 6

Non-M3 Components of L

Total

Term
Eurodollars2

Savings
bonds

$hort-term
Treasury
securities31

Bankers
acceptances4

Commercial
paper 5

Federal
debt

Non-Federal
debt

1991-FEB.
MAR.

48.5
48.1

38.2
35.4

86.7
83.5

69.8
68.2

127.9
129.1

330.3
324.5

34.3
31.5

360.3
354.7

2540.7
2553.4

8255.1
8272.4

APR.
MAY
JUNE

49.1
48.3
49.1

33.1
32.1
29.3

82.2
80.4
78.4

65.2
62.3
61.6

130.4
131.6
132.7

302.8
292.1
313.9

30.1
28.7
27.8

344.5
334.0
334.9

2544.5
2560.6
2586.4

8299.3
8327.0
8347.5

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

49.6
48.9
48.1

29.2
29.4
28.6

78.8
78.4
76.7

62.7
63.6
61.5

133.6
134.3
135.0

324.2
325.0
323.9

27.9
27.2
25.5

338.8
333.1
335.8

2609.3
2642.9
2673.1

8357.4
8361.9
8375.5

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

48.9
48.0
47.0

26.6
25.6
23.8

75.5
73.6
70.9

62.8
61.5
57.2

135.9
136.8
137.7

325.5
333.6
330.4

25.1
25.2
24.5

331.5
333.8
335.8

2707.6
2740.8
2765.0

8389.3
8405.2
8425.2

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.

48.1
48.8
50.9

22.8
23.3
22.8

70.8
72.0
73.7

55.3
55.9
57.9

138.8
140.1
141.4

320.2
322.3
329.6

23.7
22.7
21.8

338.7
330.4
338.0

2782.5
2799.1
2834.7

8437.1
8443.3
8453.0

50.4
49.9
47.9

21.9
21.7
22.1

72.3
71.6
70.0

55.0
52.7
51.2

142.7
143.9 p

323.8
324.6 p

21.3
21.9 p

345.0
335.4 p

2863.5
2884.1 p

8472.8
8491.7 p

18
25

49.7
49.9

21.9
22.0

71.6
71.9

52.9
52.0

JUNE

1
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15
22
29

48.7
47.6
48.2
48.6
46.9

21.1
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22.5
21.6
21.7

69.8
70.4
70.8
70.2
68.6

52.6
52.1
51.6
50.6
50.4

JULY

6p
13p

48.5
46.3

21.4
22.2

69.9
68.4

51.5
49.3

APR.
MAY
JUNE P

Meek ending
1992-MAY

Term RPs are those with original maturities greater than one day, excluding continuing contracts and retail RPs.
Term Eurodollars are those with original maturities greater than one day. Consists of those issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of
U.S. banks world-wide and by all banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada. Excludes those held by depository institutions and
money market mutual funds.
Consists of U.S. Treasury bills and coupons with remaining maturities of less than 12 months held by other than depository institutions,
Federal Reserve Banks, money market mutual funds, and foreign entities.
Net of bankers acceptances held by accepting banks, Federal Reserve Banks, foreign official institutions, Federal Home Loan Banks, and money
market mutual funds.
'
5.
Total commercial paper less commercial paper held by money market mutual funds.
6.
Debt data are on a monthly average basis, derived by averaging adjacent end-of-month levels, and have been adjusted to remove discontinuities,
P~ •indicates preliminary data.




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Table 6

MEMORANDUM ITEMS

10

Billions of dollars> not seasonally adjusted
Demand deposits
at banks due to

Foreign
Foreign
commercial
official
banks
institutions

Date

IRA and Keogh Accounts

U.S. government deposits
Time and savings
deposits due to
foreign banks
and official
institutions

Demand
deposits at
commercial
banks

Balance
at
Federal
Reserve

Note balances
at depository
institutions

Total
cash
balance

11.5
6.8

35.1
23.3

50.8
35.1

Time and
savings
deposits
At
At
at commercial commercial
thrift
banks
banks
institutions

At
money
market
funds

Total

133.6
135.3

134.0
134.5

43.5
44.0

311.1
313.8

25.1
25.4
29.9

137.
138.
140.

135.
135,
135,

44.3
44.9
43.9

316,
319.
319.

17.
13.
21.

27.
22.
34.

141.8
143.1
144.4

134.
133.
131.

42.2
42.8
43.3

318.
319.
319.4

1.5
1.5
1.7

25.
24.
20.

34.4
34.6
32.8

145.
147.
147.

131.
131.
131.

43.4
43.0
42.3

320.
321.
321.

8.3
7.6
7.6

1.7
1.6
1.5

27.
20.
15.9

40.
31.
25.

148.3
148.4
147.8

130.9
129.7
128.8

42.
42.
42,

321.3
320.4
319.1

7.9
7.8
8.0

1.5
1.5
1.6

11.9
16.8
19.9

22.
26.
31.

148.
148.
147,

127.9
127.1
126.6

42,
41.
41.

318,
317.
316.

18
25

7.6
7.7

1.8
1.4

6.5
6.5

4.7
3.2

4.9
5.4

14.5
15.0

24.0
23.5

2.6
2.6

JUNE

1
8
15
22
29

8.5
8.0
7.6
8.1
7.9

1.5
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.5

6.5
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.6

4.6
3.7
7.4
6.3
3.5

5.4
5.3
5.3
8.7
7.6

15.3
10.9
8.7
26.6
33.9

25.3
19.8
21.4
41.6
45.0

2.6
2.6
2.5
2.6
2.6

JULY

6p
13p

9.4
8.7

1.6
2.0

6.5
6.5

4.5
3.3

6.9
6.0

21.1
9.4

32.5
18.7

2.5
2.5

5.1

1991-FEB.
MAR.

8.2
8.0

1.6
1.6

APR.
MAY
JUNE

8.5
8.2
7.6

1.5
1.5
1.5

15.
16.
18.

JULY
AUG.
SEP.

8.0
7.9
7.8

1.5
1.5
1.5

OCT.
NOV.
DEC.

7.7
7.9
8.1

1992-JAN.
FEB.
MAR.
APR.
MAY
p
JUNE |

S.7

1.3
1.3

Neek ending
1992-MAY

-indicates estimated data,
-indicates preliminary data.