Financial and Business Statistics

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Financial and Business Statistics


Financial and Business Statistics

A3    GUIDE TO TABLES

      DOMESTIC FINANCIAL STATISTICS

      Money Stock and Bank Credit

A4    Reserves and money stock measures
A5    Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank
        credit
A6    Reserves and borrowings--Depository
        institutions

      Policy Instruments

A7    Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A8    Reserve requirements of depository institutions
A9    Federal Reserve open market transactions

      Federal Reserve Banks

A10   Condition and Federal Reserve note statements
A11   Maturity distribution of loan and security
        holding

      Monetary and Credit Aggregates

A12   Aggregate reserves of depository institutions
        and monetary base
A13   Money stock measures

      Commercial Banking Institutions--
      Assets and Liabilities

A15   All commercial banks in the United States
A16   Domestically chartered commercial banks
A17   Large domestically chartered commercial banks
A19   Small domestically chartered commercial banks
A20   Foreign-related institutions

      Financial Markets

A22   Commercial paper outstanding
A22   Prime rate charged by banks on short-term
        business loans
A23   Interest rates--Money and capital markets
A24   Stock market--Selected statistics

      Federal Finance

A25   Federal debt subject to statutory limitation
A25   Gross public debt of U.S. Treasury--
      Types and ownership
A26   U.S. government securities
      dealers--Transactions
A27   U.S. government securities dealers--
      Positions and financing
A28   Federal and federally sponsored credit
      agencies--Debt outstanding

      Securities Markets and Corporate Finance

A29   New security issues--Tax-exempt state and local
        governments and U.S. corporations
A30   Open-end investment companies--Net sales
        and assets
A30   Domestic finance companies--Assets and liabilities
A31   Domestic finance companies--Owned and managed
        receivables

      Real Estate

A32   Mortgage markets--New homes
A33   Mortgage debt outstanding

      Consumer Credit

A34   Total outstanding
A34   Terms

      Flow of Funds

A35   Funds raised in U.S. credit markets
A37   Summary of financial transactions
A38   Summary of credit market debt outstanding
A39   Summary of financial assets and liabilities

      DOMESTIC NONFINANCIAL STATISTICS

      Selected Measures

A40   Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A42   Industrial production--Indexes and gross value

      INTERNATIONAL STATISTICS

      Summary Statistics

A44   U.S. international transactions
A45   U.S. reserve assets
A45   Foreign Official assets held at Federal Reserve
        Banks
A46   Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official
        institutions

      Reported by Banks in the United States

A46   Liabilities to, and claims on, foreigners
A47   Liabilities to foreigners
A49   Banks' own claims on foreigners
A50   Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on
        foreigners
A51   Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners

      Reported by Nonbanking Business
      Enterprises in the United States

A52   Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners
A53   Claims on unaffiliated foreigners

      Securities Holdings and Transactions

A54   Foreign transactions in securities
A55   Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and
        notes--Foreign transactions

      Interest and Exchange Rates

A56   Foreign exchange rates

A57   GUIDE TO SPECIAL TABLES AND
      STATISTICAL RELEASES

A58   INDEX TO STATISTICAL TABLES

Guide to Tables

SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS

c        Corrected
e        Estimated
n.a.     Not available
n.e.c.   Not elsewhere classified
p        Preliminary
r        Revised (Notation appears in column heading
           when about half the figures in the column have
           been revised from the most recently published
           table. … 

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