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L.5.6 (746)
CONFIDENTIAL (F.R.)
Table I
Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U. S. Government
Securities Dealers for the Week Ended February 13, 1980
(In millions of dollars)

46 banks
1.

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

Collateral loans (balances outstanding)
a.

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

2,101

1,209

892

203

689

214

214

XX

XX

XX

127
6

127
6

XX
XX

XX
XX

XX
XX

57

XX

XX

XX

9

9

XX

XX

XX

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

1,725

826

899

3

896

Net loans

' 516

523

7

200

-207

b.
2.

Unsecured one-day Federal
funds transactions
a.
b.

3.

Gross purchases from
dealers (-)
Gross sales to dealers

Clearing bank balances
a. ' Net Federal funds supplied
to dealers
b. Net Federal funds acquired
from dealers ( - )

4.

1/

57

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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
1/
~*

Bach day's offsetting purchases or sales by the eame bank. Gtoee purchases less 2-way transactions
equals net purchases of net buying banks. Similarly, gross sales lees 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.I

TABLE

II

D A I L Y F E D E R A L 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 C I T Y B A N K S
WEEK E N D E D
F E B R U A R Y 13, 1980
(IN 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 )

REPORTING
BANKS AND
DATE

46

BANKS
FEB.
7

8

11

12
13
8 BANKS IN
NEW YORK C I T Y
FEB.
7

8

11
12
13
38 B A N K S O U T S I D E NEW YORK
FEB.
7

8

11
12
13

5 B A N K S IN
CHICAGO
FEB.
7

8

11
12
13
ALL OTHER BANKS
FEB.
7

8

11

12
13

EFFEC
TIVE
RATE

12
13
13
14
14

15/16
21/64
31/32
1/64
37/64

FEDERAL F U N D S T R A N S A C T I O N S
RELATED TRANSACTION^
GROSS INTERBANK
WITH U. S. GOVERNMENT
TRANSACTIONS
NET I N T E R B A N K T R A N S A C T I O N S
SECURITIES DEALERS
TOTAL
HUK2-WAY
CHASES
SALES
NET P U R BORROW
LOANS
PURSALES
TRANSOF NET
OF NET
CHASES
TO
INGS
NET
CHASES
ACTIONS
BUYING
SELLING
OR
DEALERS
FROM
LOANS
BANKS
BANKS
SALES(-)
DEALERS

JJ

6,062

31,162
35,024
34,807
34,938
32,688

6,740
6,867
7,520
6,937
8,214

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

7,651
9,336
10,064
10,064
8,524

2,074
2,243
1,542
1,542
1,646

1,542
1,542
1 , 646

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

23,512
25,688
24,744
24,874
24,165

4,666
4,624
5,978
5,396
6,568

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

9,810
10,988
9,678
9,832
9,699

1,288
1,095
1,307
1,094

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

13,701
14,700
15,066
15,042
14,466

3,378
3,529
4,672
4,301
5,387

FOR F O O T N O T E S SEE R F M F R S E OF L . 5 . 6

1,181

6,051
7,182
6,405
6,510

1,685

ZJ

25,100
28,973
27,625
28,533

26,178

678

816

338
533
1,704

24,423
28,157
27,287

2,434
2,753

24,475

2,181
2,166
1,602

5,577
7,092
8,522
8,522
6,878

1,396
1,676
1,514
1,514
944

,134
870
870
787

5,966
7,654
8,522
8,522
6,878

389
561

4,377
4,370
5,641
4,863
4,865

19,134
21,319
19,103

289
254
338
533
1,704

18,846
21,065
18,765
19,478
17,596

1,039
1,076
667
652
658

976
794
1,378

1,287
1,095

8,524
9,893
8,392
8,738
8,517

2

8,522
9,893
8,372
8,738
8,517

162

19

287
164
136
98

1,682

1,286
1,094

1,181

13,701
14,700
15,066
15,042
14,466

20,011
19,300

20

876
789
504
516
560

BORROWINGS
FROM
RESERVE
BANKS

&

1,554
1,933
1»846
1 ,664
2,164

28,000

RESERVE
EXCESS
OR D E F I CIENCY ( - )
4/

810

744

800

1

725

800
975
794
1,378

880
819
335
502
-562

-2056(1305)
-2309
1510

686

5064

100
294

200
2,233

586
543
644
644
158

-1145
-1775
1131
1131
3292

(877)

295
277
-309
-142
-720

-912
-533
379
-445
1772

(428)

143
287
163
136
98

-225
240
-579
-461
555

(1)

152
-11
-472
-278
-818

-686
-773
957

16

1218

475

100

294

200
1,758

700
(427)

100

294

200
1,058