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Annual:
F.109 Monetary Authority

   
    1946    
 
 
    2019
Millions of Dollars
Line Name 2019 Preceding
Period
Year Ago
from Period
1
Gross saving
-877 -1,948 -1,948
2
Fixed nonresidential investment
822 775 775
3
Net acquisition of financial assets
116,421 -389,797 -389,797
4
U.S. official reserve assets
77 9 9
5
SDR certificates
0 0 0
6
Treasury currency
309 381 381
7
Federal Reserve float
127 150 150
8
Interbank loans
-19 -73 -73
9
Discount window
-19 -73 -73
10
AMLF
0 0 0
11
Security repurchase agreements
255,619 0 0
12
Debt securities
-137,485 -379,450 -379,450
13
Open market paper
0 0 0
14
Treasury securities
99,142 -243,271 -243,271
15
Treasury bills
168,461 0 0
16
Other Treasury securities
-69,319 -243,271 -243,271
17
Agency- and GSE-backed securities
-236,627 -136,179 -136,179
18
Mortgage-backed securities
-236,543 -134,168 -134,168
19
Other agency- and GSE-baked securities
-84 -2,011 -2,011
20
Loans (depository institution loans n.e.c.)
0 0 0
21
Corporate equities
0 0 0
22
Miscellaneous assets
-2,207 -10,814 -10,814
23
Nonofficial foreign currencies
-479 -7,860 -7,860
24
Other
-1,728 -2,954 -2,954
25
Net increase in liabilities
116,414 -386,640 -386,640
26
Depository institution reserves
-7,105 -393,051 -393,051
27
Vault cash of depository institutions
1,387 4,870 4,870
28
Checkable deposits and currency
89,634 259,470 259,470
29
Due to federal government
1,672 173,205 173,205
30
Treasury cash holdings
-43 0 0
31
Treasury general deposit account
1,715 173,205 173,205
32
Treasury temporary supplementary financing account
0 0 0
33
Due to government-sponsored enterprises
2,066 -6,761 -6,761
34
Due to rest of the world
-63 -13 -13
35
Currency outside banks
87,022 96,388 96,388
36
Security repurchase agreements
32,637 -259,946 -259,946
37
Reverse repurchase agreement operations
22,239 -277,747 -277,747
38
Other
10,398 17,801 17,801
39
Miscellaneous liabilities
-139 2,017 2,017
40
Federal Reserve Bank stock
-637 946 946
41
Other
498 1,071 1,071
42
Discrepancy
-1,706 434 434
   

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