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L.5.6

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For immediate release
April 25, 1969

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Table I

Transactions cuE< Major Reserve City Banks with U. S. Government
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SecurittepSrealers for the Week Ended April 16, 1969
(In millions of dollars)

46 banks
1.

Collateral loans (balances outstanding)
a.
b.

2.

b.

b.

Gross purchases from
dealers (-)
Gross sales to dealers

Net Federal funds supplied
to dealers
Net Federal funds acquired
from dealers (-)

Borrowings from dealers and
reverse repurchase agreements
(balances outstanding) ( - )
Net loans

1/

1,350

927

423

55

368

130

130

XX

XX

XX

29
4

29
4

XX
XX

XX
XX

XX
XX

50

50

XX

XX

XX

36

36

XX

XX

XX

240

35

205

—

205

1,228

1,010

218

55

163

Clearing bank balances
a.

4.

Made originally in Federal
funds
Made originally in Clearing
House funds 1/

Unsecured one-day Federal
funds transactions
a.

3.

8 banks in 38 banks
5 banks
33 other
New York outside
in Chicago banks
City
New York

These data are included in terms of the day on which reserve balances are
affected, i.e., the business day after the loans are made.

Note:--Averages of daily figures.




Table II
Footnotes
Each day's offsetting purchases or sales by the same bank. Gross purchases less 2-way transactions
equals net purchases of net buying banks. Similarly, gross sales less 2-way transactions equals
net sales of net selling banks.
Includes Federal funds loaned, the net funds supplied to each dealer by clearing banks, repurchase
agreements (purchases of securities from dealers subject to resale) or other lending arrangements.
Includes Federal funds borrowed, the net funds acquired from each dealer by clearing banks,
reverse repurchase agreements (sales of securities to dealers subject to repurchase ), resale
agreements, and borrowings secured by Government or other issues.
Based upon reserve balances including all adjustments applicable to the reporting period. Carryover
reserve deficiencies, if any, are deducted. This figure is shown in parentheses on Thursdays.




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CONFIDENTIAL

TABLE

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DAILY

FEDERAL
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F U N D S T R A N S A C T I O N S OF M A J O R R E S E R V E CITY
WEEK ENDED
A P R I L 16, 1969
M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S U N L E S S O T H E R W I S E N O T E D )

FEDERAL
GROSS INTERBANK
TRANSACTIONS

46

SALES

11
14
15
16

5,427
6, 2 3 2
5, 2 9 9
6,456
6, 2 0 1

1,836
2,230
1 ,888
1,814
2,252

1 ,2 05
1 ,562
1 ,418
1,591
2 ,159

CHASES

7
7
7
7
7

BANKS
A P R . 10

3/3
5/8
1/2
7/8
3/4

FUNDS

TOTAL
2-WAY
TRANSACTIONS
1/

EFFEO
T IVE
RATE

R E P O R T ING
BANKS AND
OATF

II

PUR-

TRANSACTIONS
NET I N T E R B A N K T R A N S A C T I O N S
PURNET P U R SALES
CHASES
C H A S ES
OF N E T
OF N E T
OR
B U Y I NG
SELLING
SALES <-)
BANKS
BANKS

632
668
470
224
94

4,222
4,671
3,881
4,866
4,043

BANKS

RELATED TRANSACTIONS
WITH U. S. GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES DEALERS
LOANS
TO
DEALERS
2/

1,253
999
1,216
1,632
1,500

1,204
943
If 133
1,360
1,245

105
112
90
91
83

1,099
832
1,043
1,270
1 , 163

-235
42
— 362
472
- 2 4 9

239
236
235
126
128

155
167
173
363
338

-527
34
-674
122
— 67

(299)

55
55
55
55
55

-78

1
1
1
2
1

,625
,935
,567
,182
,549

6
13
62

1,625
1,935
1,56 1
2,169
1,488

38 B A N K S O U T S I D E NEW YORK
A P R . 10
11
14
15
16

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

3, 3 9 2
3, 7 6 3
3, 187
3, 6 2 5
3,916

1,427
1,695
1,337
1,151
1,455

795
1,027
873
941
1 ,423

2
2
2
2
2

,597
,736
,313
,684
,493

632
66 8
464
210
32

1,966
2,068
1,849
2,474
2,461

394
402
408
488
465

5 B A N K S IN
CHICAGO
A P R . 10
11
14
15
16

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

999
1,307
94 8
I t 100
I f 175

226
316
198
307
299

191
316
196
3 02
299

807
991
752
798
876

35

772
991
750
793
876

55
55
55
55
55

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

2, 3 9 4
2F 4 5 6
2,238
2,525
2,741

1,200
1,379
1,139
844
1,156

604
711
677
639
1,124

,790
,745
,561
,886
,617

596
668
46 2
206
32

1, 1 9 4
1,077
1,099
1,681
1,586

339
347
353
433
410


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R EVE"SE

OF

BORROWINGS
FROM
RESERVE
BANKS

236
458
329
679
540

( 81)

409
535
545
650
736

FOOTNOTES

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344
347
325
216
210

409
535
551
663
797

FOR

-761
76
-1036
594
- 3 1 6

597
346
541
849
7 11

2, 0 3 4
2, 4 7 0
2, 1 1 2
2, 8 3 2
2,285

1
1
I
1
1

4/

1,
If
If
If
If

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

BANKS

NET
LOANS

3,591
4,003
3,411
4,642
3,949

8 B A N K S IN
NEW YORK
CITY
A P R . 10
11
14
15
16

ALL CTWFR
A P R . 10
11
14
15
16

BORROWINGS
FROM
DEALERS
3/

RESERVE
EXCESS
OR D E F I CIENCY (-)

2
5

—

239
236
235
126
128

100
112
118
308
283

ION
2 97
190

(36)

236
458
229
382
350

152
-303

74
32
33

-41

20

-449
- 1 1 8
-371
122
-26

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162
426
196
382
330

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