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Table Data - U.S.-Chartered Depository Institutions; Security Repurchase Agreements; Liability, Transactions

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Title U.S.-Chartered Depository Institutions; Security Repurchase Agreements; Liability, Transactions
Series ID BOGZ1FU762151003Q
Source Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (US)
Release Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Quarterly
Units Millions of Dollars
Date Range 2012-04-01 to 2024-01-01
Last Updated 2024-06-07 12:06 PM CDT
Notes Source ID: FU762151003.Q

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DATE VALUE
2012-04-01 20405
2012-07-01 -24337
2012-10-01 -24651
2013-01-01 -23520
2013-04-01 3357
2013-07-01 -19509
2013-10-01 -29837
2014-01-01 7642
2014-04-01 -11065
2014-07-01 -12257
2014-10-01 2596
2015-01-01 2440
2015-04-01 -7808
2015-07-01 -16136
2015-10-01 -18739
2016-01-01 -3639
2016-04-01 1904
2016-07-01 -8336
2016-10-01 -17918
2017-01-01 -2019
2017-04-01 1392
2017-07-01 -3526
2017-10-01 -1330
2018-01-01 -11993
2018-04-01 19
2018-07-01 -5057
2018-10-01 -6129
2019-01-01 2540
2019-04-01 4805
2019-07-01 27840
2019-10-01 -7392
2020-01-01 13712
2020-04-01 13950
2020-07-01 2481
2020-10-01 -9161
2021-01-01 18226
2021-04-01 -44390
2021-07-01 10074
2021-10-01 13091
2022-01-01 -7650
2022-04-01 3685
2022-07-01 -3067
2022-10-01 6968
2023-01-01 110152
2023-04-01 -24762
2023-07-01 -9903
2023-10-01 -332
2024-01-01 4004

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