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L.5.6
March 11, 1966

COMFIDEHTIAL (F. R.)
Table I

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Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks wi#i n . 8 . G o v e r m ^ % _ Y
Securities Dealers for the Week Ended March 2, 1966

..66

(in millions of dollars)

Ressu
46 banks

1.

L Library

8 banks in 3d banks 5 banks
33 other
New York outside in Chicago banks
New York
City

Collateral loans (balances outstanding)
a. Made originally in Federal
funds
b. Made originally in Clearing
House funds l/

274

201

9

, 192

188

188

XX

XX

XX

37
20

37
20

XX
XX

XX
XX

XX
XX

52

52

XX

XX

XX

33

33

XX

XX

XX

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

101

59

42

Net loans

2.

475

564

405

159

Unsecured one-day Federal
i funds transactions
a.
b.

3.

Clearing bank balances
a.
b.

4.

l/

Gross purchases from
dealers (-)
Gross sales to dealers

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

42
9

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

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Table IX
Footnotes
1/ Each day's offsetting purchases or sales by the sane 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.
2/ 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.
hj 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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Table II
Daily Federal Funds Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks
Week Ended March 2, 1966
(in millions of dollars unless otherwise noted)

Reporting
banks and
date

Related transactions
Federal funds transactions
with U« 8 • Government Reserve BorrowGross interbank
lotal Net interbank transactions
excess
ings
securities dealers
transactions
2-way
Effecor aeri- from
Net pur- Loans BorrowPurchases Sales
transtive
clency Reserve
Net
Purings
to
of net chases
Sales actions of net
rate
frcm
chases
Banks
leans (-) 4/
or
dealers
selling
buying
1/
defers
banks
banks sales(-) 2/

46 banks
2,346
1,845
4 5/8
Feb. 24
4 5/8
2,567
1,991
25
2,6o4
2,025
28
4 5/8
1,645
4 5/8
Mar.
1
1 # ,1B
1,307
4 5/8
2
8 banks in
New York City
Feb. 24
XX
898
1,271
XX
25
1,073
28
XX
1,097
XX
Mar.
1
1,036
952
XX
2
594
992
38 banks outside New York
Feb. 24
1,448
XX
573
25
XX
1,493
797
28
XX
1,071
1,507
XX
Mar.
1
693
1,357
XX
2
1*272
713
5 banks in
Chicago
Feb. 24
108
279
XX
270
25
XX
198
28
XX
247
337
XX
Mar.
1
120
319
XX
268
2
122
All other banks
Feb. 24
466
1,169
XX
600
XX
25
1,223
XX
28
l,26l
734
Mar.
1
XX
1,039
573

XX
2
1,004
591
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footnotes
Federal Reserve

109
95
27

1,011
1,228
1,101
1,091
1,066

1,335
1,339
1,503
1,302
1,199

834
763
924
555
242

501
576
580
748
957

530
629
879
1,029
823

180
169
149
212
148

350
459
730
818
675

93(13)
483
- 23
-552
-36l

654
707
538
639
546

244
366
559
397
446

618
W
416
314
48

-374
-121
143
83
398

385
786
651

265
295
531
6l4
542

-Xl4(—5

IS

121
130
109
172
109

130
-313
-160

357
521
564
452
520

1,091
972
944
906
753

217
276
508
24l
193

875
696
436
664
559

144
204
238
243
173

59
39
39
39
39

85
165
198
204
133

207(13) 109
261
95
-154
27
-239
187
-201

108
160
146
120
118

172
111
101
199
150

172
72
-90
199
146

2
12
13
9
8

249
362
4l8
332
4oi

920
862
843
707
603

703
624

142
192
225
235
165

38
191

217
238

III

190

413

-«D

59
39
39
39

39

187

2m.

2
12
13
9
8

99(--)
62
-190
5
- ?o

23
25
25

83
153
186
195
126

109(13)
199

86
70
2

-2^4
-171

78

109