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FEDERAL
statistical

RESERVE

release

For immediate release

H.6

March 31, 1966.
DEMAND DEPOSITS, CURRENCY, AND RELATED ITEMS
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The seasonally adjusted money supply continued to increase in the week
ending March 23, raising the average thus far in March to a level $1.1 billion
above the February average.. Time deposits adjusted alio increased further, with
expansion thus far in March continuing at about the February rate.
MONEY SUPPLY AMD TIME DEPOSITS
Averages of daily figures, in billions of dollars
Seasonally adjusted

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Money Supply
Period
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1

l!H>:>—ir^oruary
M^rch
April
May
June
July
August
September
Octpber
November
December

!

1966—January
February
Week ending:
1966--Feb. 2
j
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9P
16 p
23 p
/exage o f l a s t 4 weeks i

j C u r r e n c y 1 Demand deposit
I
component
component
34.7
125.1
34.7
125 .6
126 .4
34i7
34.9
125,1
35.0
126.8 ,
35.2
127.3
35.4
127.3
35.6
128.7
35 .'9
129.7
36.1
129.6
36.3
131.2

'Total

«*• V W<CX JU

159.7
160:3
161.1
160.0
161.8
162 .5
162.7
164.3
165.6
165.7
167.4
168.4
168.0

36.7
36.8

167.9
168.1
168.3
167.5
168.4
168.5
169.3
169.8
169.0

36.7
36.9
36.8
36.9
36.8
36.8
36.8
36.9
36.8

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'

j

j

131.8
131.2

131.2
131.3
131.5
130.6
131.6
131.7
132.4
132.9
132.2

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Time deposits
adjusted '
(All commercial
banks)
131.0
132.1
133.5
134.6
135.9
137 .6
140.1
141.6
143.6
145 .5
147.0
148.0
148.8

148.4
148.4
148.8
149.0
149.2
149.1
149.6
149.8
149.4

p - Preliminary.
1
NOTE: Components may not add t o t o ta l s due t o rounding. See rev<erse side for
d a t a without s easonal ad jus tinent and for de s c r i p t Ion o f se:
rles.



DEMAND DEPOSITS, CURRENCY, AND RELATED ITEMS
(Averages of daily figures, xn billions of dollars. Not seasonally adjusted.)
1

1
Related d e p o s i t s
j (All commercial banks)
1 U.S. Gov't.
1 Currency 1 Demand deposit
Time
component 1
component
adjusted
demand
1
4.2
130.1
128.3
34^4
34.2
125.3
130.8
5.7
34.3
124.6
132.7
6.7
127.1
134.0
5.6
34.5
34.6
123.0
135.4
9.7
34.9
124.6
136.6
9.3
35.4
125.6
138.3
9.1
35.5
125.0
t 140.2
7.4
| 141.4
5.6,
35.6
127.5
i
36 .'0
129.8
143,5
5.0
36.5
130.9
144.4
4.0
37.0
145.3
4.5
135. D

1

1

Money Supply

Period!
Total'

I

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l

1965—January
February
March
April
May1
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

164.4
159.51
159.0
161.6
157.6
159.6
160.9
160.5
163.2
165.8
167.4
172.0

1966—January
February

173.0
16-7 .-8

36.5
36.3

136.5
131.5

147.4
148.7

162 .5
161.4
159.7
156.7

34.0
34.4
34.2
34.1

128.5
127.0
-125.4
122.5

129.7
130.4
130.9
131.3

4.6
4.7
5.3
7.1

131.7

6.7

146.6
146.8
147.4
147.9

5.2
3.8
2.5
3.8

Week ending:
1965—Feb. s-3

I

io

!

17
24
Mar.
19|66~Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

3.
5
12
19
26
2
9 '
16
23
j

2
9 P
16 p
23 p

J

1
1

i

1

3.7
5.1

159.0

34.1

124.8

175.6
174.3
173.4
. 170.9

36.9
36.9
36.5
36.1

138.7
137.5
136.9
134.8

171.0
170.1
168.5
164.9

36.1
36.6
36.4
36.3

134.9
133.5
132.1
128.6

148.1
148.3
148.7
148.9

4.2
4.3
4.5
6.2

36.1
36.7
36.6
36.6

130.3
130.6
132.9
131.3

149.2
149.7
149.9
150.2

5.6
4.1
2.6
5.5

166.4
167.3
169.5
167 .9

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i

p - Preliminary*
OTE--kbne
"NOTE
—Money supply consists of (1) demand deposits at all commercial banks, other
ttjian 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 Treasury, the Federal Reserve and
the vaults of all commercial banks. Time deposits .adjusted are time deposits at all
cpmmercilal banks other than those due to domestic commercial banks and the U.S.
Gjovernment.

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