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November 29, 1965

L.5.6
CONFIDENTIAL (F. R.)
Table I

Tra^actiehs of Major Reserve City Banks with U. S. Government
cuprites Dealers for the Week Ended November 17/ 1965

!

V

(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

Collateral loans (balances outstanding)

t

a. Made originally in Federal
funds
b. Made originally in Clearing
House funds 1/

#
%2.

3-

k .

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

t

175

2

174

188

188

XX

XX

XX

39
11

39
11

XX
XX

XX
XX

XX

43

43

XX

XX

XX

33

33

XX

XX

XX

28

«* mm

28

— —

28

697

550

XX

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

1

380

Unsecured one-day Federal
funds transactions
a. Gross purchases from
dealers (-)
b. Gross sales to dealers

s

555

i k j

2

i46

1/ 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.

2



Table H
Footnotes
l/ Bach day1 s offsetting purchases or sales by the same hank. Gross purchases less 2-vay transactions
equals net purchases of net buying tanks. 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.
hf 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.
*




Due to the power failure in the week ended November 10, all deficiencies were waived for
banks in Hew York City and Boston, and permission was granted to carryover any amounts of
excess reserves into the week ended November 17. Excess reserves carried over and added
to figures shown for November 11 totaled $1,0l4 million for New York City banks and $31
million for Boston banks. None of the other reporting banks had carryover reserve deficiencies.

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Table II
Daily Federal Funds Transactions of Major Reserve City Banks
Week Ended November 17, 19^5
(in millims of dollars unless otherwise noted)

Reporting
banks and
date

46 banks
Nov. 11
12
15
16
17
8 banks in
New York City
Nov. 11
12
ii
17
38 banks outside New York
Nov. 11
12
ii
17
5 banks in
Chicago
Nov. 11
12
15
16
17
All other banks
Nov. 11
12

Federal funds transactions
Related transactions
Reserve BorrowGross interbank
Total Net interbank transactions withU* 8. Government excess
ings
transactions
securities dealers
Effec2-way
or defi- from
Purchases Sales Net pur- Loans Borrowtive
transPurciency Reserve
Net
ings
of net chases
to
Sales actions of net
rata
chases
from
loans (-) 4/
Banks
or
buying
selling
dealers
1/
defers
banks
banks sales(-)

if

I'M. i;o§7

m

2,266
2,511
2,782

1,370
1,405
1,550

989
1,157
1,103

l'l85
1,277
1,354
1,679

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

1,249
810
894
1,081
1,313

857
497
579
721
667

512
437

737
373

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

1,330
1,231
1,271
1,430
1,469

666
590

XX
XX
XX
XX
XX

504
350
330

4 1/8
4 1/8
4 1/8

$

826
XX
880
XX
1,042
XX
ii
1,083
XX
 17
1,023
XX
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526
231
381
248
447

896
1,106
1,232

936
751
720

102
90
60
100
163

429
790
876
651
557

392
313
315
360
646

476
620
756
635
622

70
59
4o
81
134

405
562

32
32
20
20
29

574

4i8
739

345
60
64
58
93

§34
883

485
419
474
494
529

846
812
898
935
940

182
171
317
190
353

664
64l
581
745
587

55
259
180
116
98

101
72
176
185
160

89
72
145
146
132

415
278
184
201
315

12
31
39
28

403
278
153
162
287

2
4
2
2

565
517
6l4
499
723

395
347

431
534
714
735
625

170
171
286
151
325

261
363
428
583
300

55
258
176
115
96

m

n

398

- -

32
32
20
20
29

w
24
228
160
97
68

2
4
2
2
24
226
i?
67

-8
199
24
1,113(*)
238
-230
•ii
n(*)
-30
222
214
5

33?
167
259
74

35
75
230

9
299
92
29
74

2(—)
245
35
-75
-23
12
8(*)
-66
297
237
-7

9
54
92
29
74