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L.5.6

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November 15, 1965

CONFIDENTIAL (F. R.)
Table I
Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks with U. S. Government
Securities Dealers for the Week Ended November 3; 19&5
(in millions of dollars)

46 banks

8 banks in 38 banks out- 5 banks 33 other
New York City side New York in Chicago banks

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

503

316

187

11

177

219

219

XX

XX

XX

38
19

38
19

XX
XX

XX
XX

XX
XX

42

42

XX

XX

XX

37

37

XX

XX

XX

2. Unsecured one-day Federal
funds transactions
a. Gross purchases from
dealers (-)
b. Gross sales to dealers
3- Clearing bank balances
a. Net Federal funds supplied
to dealers
b. Net Federal funds acquired
from dealers (-)
4. Borrowings from dealers and
reverse repurchase agreements
(balances outstanding) (-)
Net loans

32
676

32
521

156

32
11

145

l/ These data are included in terms of the day on which reserve balances are affected# one
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.
5/ 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.




CONFIDENTIAL (F.R.)
Table II
Daily Federal Funds Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks
Week Ended November 3, 19&5
(in millions of dollars unless otherwise noted)

Reporting
banks and
date

Federal funds transactions
Related transactions
Reserve BorrowGross interbank
Total Net interbank transactions with U. 8. Government excess
ings
transactions
securities dealers
Effec2-way
o ' defi- from
i
Purchases Sales Net pur- Loans Borrowtive
transPurciency Reserve
Net
ings
of net chases
to
Sales actions of net
rate
chases
from
leans (-) 4/ Banks
buying
or
selling
dealers
1/
defers
banks
banks sales(-) sz

46 banks
Oct. 2b
4 1/8 2,216
1,817
4 1/8 2,275
29
1,673
Nov. 1
4 1/8 2,076
1,545
2
2,230
1,578
2,286
1,259
3
8 banks in
New York City
Oct. 28
1,084
JDC
1,080
29
XX
Nov. 1
812
827
XX
2
812
XX
883
3
XX
38 banks outside New York
Oct. 28
1,362
733
XX
1,449
29
593
XX
1,263
Nov. 1
719
XX
2
l,4l8
751
XX
1,404
598
3
XX
5 banks in
Chicago
Oct. 28
82
376
XX
29
111
398
XX
Nov. 1
420
101
XX
2
246
520
XX
434
123
3
XX
All other banks
Oct. 28
986
651
XX
482
29
1,050
XX
Nov. 1
XX
618
843
XX
2
506
899
XX
970
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757
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667
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271
269
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32
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