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Quarterly:
L.109 Monetary Authority

   
    Q4 1945    
 
 
    Q1 2020
Millions of Dollars
Line Name Q1 2020 Q4 2019 Q1 2019
1
Total financial assets
6,179,551 4,379,127 4,063,110
2
U.S. official reserve assets
31,416 31,563 31,435
3
SDR certificates
5,200 5,200 5,200
4
Treasury currency
50,219 50,071 49,865
5
Federal Reserve float
-654 -643 -789
6
Interbank loans
76,633 42 11
7
Discount window
49,087 42 11
8
AMLF
27,546 0 0
9
Security repurchase agreements
262,725 255,619 0
10
Debt securities
5,312,904 4,011,876 3,953,907
11
Open market paper
0 0 0
12
Treasury securities
3,757,408 2,540,730 2,330,158
13
Treasury bills
325,925 168,479 0
14
Other Treasury securities
3,431,483 2,372,251 2,330,158
15
Agency- and GSE-backed securities
1,555,496 1,471,146 1,623,749
16
Mortgage-backed securities
1,551,921 1,467,802 1,620,504
17
Other agency- and GSE-backed securities
3,575 3,344 3,245
18
Loans (depository institution loans n.e.c.)
58,716 0 0
19
Corporate equities
0 0 0
20
Miscellaneous assets
382,392 25,399 23,481
21
Nonofficial foreign currencies
357,674 3,728 1,365
22
Other
24,718 21,671 22,116
23
Total liabilities
5,786,387 4,216,600 4,000,465
24
Depository institution reserves
2,474,282 1,548,849 1,580,789
25
Vault cash of depository institutions
99,040 83,431 69,871
26
Checkable deposits and currency
2,593,178 2,207,257 2,054,426
27
Due to federal government
515,585 404,024 334,348
28
Treasury cash holdings
328 171 336
29
Treasury general deposit account
515,257 403,853 334,012
30
Treasury temporary supplementary financing account
0 0 0
31
Due to rest of the world
17,425 5,212 5,272
32
Due to government-sponsored enterprises
121,143 12,537 6,781
33
Currency outside banks
1,779,694 1,724,242 1,653,747
34
Security repurchase agreements
569,082 336,649 255,345
35
Reverse repurchase agreement operations
284,908 64,087 731
36
Other
284,174 272,562 254,614
37
Miscellaneous liabilities
50,805 40,414 40,034
38
Federal Reserve Bank stock
31,966 31,698 32,522
39
Other
18,839 8,716 7,512
   

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