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April 26, 1968

L.5.6

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CONFIDENTIAL (F.R.)
Table I

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Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U. S. Government
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Securities Dealers for the Week Ended April 17?*ll$®§€€&rCfi LibfQfy^
(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 ( - )

603

635

41

594

165

165

XX

XX

XX

45

45

XX
XX

XX
XX

6

6

XX
XX

24

24

XX

XX

XX

17

17

XX

XX

XX

1,370

736

635

41

594

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

1/

1,237

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
33 other
5 banks
New York outside
in Chicago banks
New York
city

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

Note:—Averages of daily figures.




Table II
Footnotes
1/

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.

2/

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.

3/

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.

4/

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.




L.5.6(a)
CONFIDENTIAL (F.R. )

Table II
Daily Federal Funds Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks
Week Ended April 17, 1968
(in millions of dollars unless otherwise noted)

Reporting
banks and
date
46 banks
Apr.
11
12
15
16
17
b banks in
New York City
Apr.
11
12
15
16
17
30 banks outside New York
Apr.
11
12
15
16
17
5 banks in
Chicago
Apr.
11
12
15
16
17

Federal funds transactions
Gross interbank
Total Net interbank transactions
transactions
2-way Purchases Sales Net purEffecof net chases
PurSales
trans- of net
tive
or
selling
actions buying
chases
rate
banks sales(-)
banks
1/
3,184
3,657
3,946
3,921
4,183

1,250
1,605
1,659
1,691
2,124

876
1,279
1,079
1,327
1,815

2,308
2,378
2,867
2,594
2,368

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

1,429
1,817
1,977
1,583
1,638

282
415
365
595
1,115

282
415
365
515
1,012

1,147
1,402
1,612
1,068
626

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

1,755
1,839
1,969
2,337
2,546

968
1,190
1,294
1,095
1,009

594
864
714
811
803

1,161
976
1,255
1,526
1,743

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

437
437
555
529
543

131
131
131
209
235

131
131
131
209
235

306
306
424
320
307

All other banks
1,318
837
Apr.
11
XX
1,059
1,403
12
XX
1,163
1,415
15
XX
886
1,809
16
XX
2,003
773
17
XX
For footnotes see reverse of L. 5.6

463
733
584
602
568

855
670
831
1,207
1,436




5
5
5
5
5

3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
1/2

Related transactions
with U. S. Government
securities dealers
Loans Borrowto
ings
Net
loans
dealers from
dealers
2/
3/

Reserve
excess
or deficiency

(-)

y

Borrowings
from
Reserve
Banks

372
427
502
614
401

1,934
2,052
2,288
2,230
2,059

1,590
1,495
1,654
1,272
1,026

73
30
68
101
101

1,517
1,465
1,586
1,171
925

-266(18)
181
-432
501
64

80
103

1,147
1,402
1,612
988
523

901
840
856
710
598

73
30
68
101
101

828
809
788
609
496

—179(—)
26
315
327
-502

374
327
579
284
206

787
649
676
1,242
1,537

689
655
798
562
429

689
655
798
562
429

- 87(18)
155
-747
175
566

372
427
402
394
401

306
306
424
320
307

45
45
35
35
35

57(7)
28
-264
75
76

266
266
266
238
163

481
344
251
923
1,230

644
610
763
527
394

-144(11)
127
482
100
490

106
161
136
156
238

374
327
579
364
309

—
— —
—

- — —
— —
- -

374
327
579
284
206

—
—
—
- - -

- —
- - —

—
- - — —
—

45
45
35
35
35
644
610
763
527
394

100
220