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BOARD
 OF
 GOVERNORS
 OF THE
 FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM DEPOSITS, RESERVES,
 AMD
 BORROWINGS
 OF
 MEMBER BANKS, FIRST HALF
 OF
 AUGUST,
 1953
(Averages
 of
 daily figures
 1/. In
 millions
 of
 dollars) September
 4, 1953 of
 bank
and
Federal Reserve District Gross demand deposits Total Interbank Other
Net
demand deposits
 2/
Time deposits Demand balances
 due
from domestic banks Reserves with
 F. R.
 Banks Total Required Excess Borrowings
at
 Federal Reserve
.
 Banks 107,658 11,932 95,726 94,489 22,777
6,146
41,721 3,792 18,985
1,246
 4,900 5,847 35,874 20,899 5,560 36,229
All
 Member Banks Central reserve city banks;
New
 York Chicago Reserve city banks Boston
New
 York Philadelphia Cleveland Richmond Atlanta Chicago
St.
 Louis Minneapolis Kansas City Dallas
San
 Francisco Country banks Boston 3,075
 106
 2,968 2,707
New
 York 5,567
 110
 5,457 4,959 Philadelphia 2,630
 18 2,612
 2,302 Cleveland 2,965
 27
 2,938
 2,591
Richmond 2,490
 116
 2,374 2,094 Atlanta
 3,110 193 2,916
 2,639 Chicago 5,392
 93
 5,298 4,593
St.
 Louis
 1,996 53 1,943 1,707
Minneapolis
 1,601 68 1,532 1,369
Kansas City 2,535
 63
 2,472
 2,124
Dallas 3,409
 165
 3,244 2,780
San
 Francisco 2,245
 34 2,211 1,936
NOTE: Demand deposits adjusted (demand deposits other than interbank
 and
 United collection)
 of all
 member banks estimated
 at
 82,850 million dollars.
For
 numbered footnotes
 see.
 next pagu.
34,886
6,083 19,593 18,932
 661
2,410
1,199
13,884
38 117 1,856
4,732
1,295 7,812
4,742
1,295 7,716 -11 95 2,115
1,026
2,657
5,271
2,458 2,580 5,339 2,389
1,175
3,399
3,129
10,183 37,014
283 33 424 538 367 519
562 621 290 886 688
635 1,048 1,832 993
2,233 4,733
2,091
2,061
4,776
1,767 885
2,512
2,441
9,548 35,967
1,933 914 2,331
4,684
2,137
s «
2*836 2*580 8,963
31,801
181 388
249 1,731 476 471
2,382
364 184 474 495 6,491
17,393
25 33 98 169
106 160
265 103 45 272 325 254
4,073
379 198 457 997 449 452 1,039 414 199 583 542
2,102
5,754
378 197 458 994 435 / 442 1,024 411
198
567 520
2,093
5,178 1 1 4 IV
10
15
2
1
16 22
9 576 1,167
3,662
1,876 1,907 1,067
828
3,179 712 845
482
412
1,256
States
188
345 250
301 290
379 677 255 195
386
575 231
Government, less
452 933 456 510 383 431 891 293 257 356 442 350
cash items
422 864 412 451 336 393 788 265 229 305
386
327
reported
30
68
44 38 103 29 29 51 56 23 as in
 process
 of
 
J.la
 DEPOSITS, RESERVES,
 AND
 BORROWINGS
 OF
 MEMBER BANKS
 --
 Continued (Averages
 of
 daily figures.
 In
 millions
 of
 dollars) Federal Demand deposits except interbank Time deposits Reserve
1st
 half
2nd
 half
1st
 half
1st
 half
 | 2nd
 half
1st
 half District
Aug, 1953
July
 1953 Aug. 1952 Aug. 19531
 July
 1953 Aug. 1952
Country banks
 in
 places with population
 of
 15,000
 and
over
 l/
Total 23,30k 23,287 22,332 10,7U0 10,703 10,008 Boston 2,609 2,608 2,580
91*3 91*2 929 New
 York i*,l80 l*,H*2 3,952 2,1*1*8 2,1*1*6 2,325 Philadelphia
1,178 1,518 1,152 871 869 827
Cleveland 1,761*
1,758 1,65k 1,030 1,026 959
Richmond
1,500
1,1*91* 1,1*81*
555 553 511
Atlanta 2,229 2,238
2,112 576 571* 537
Chicago 3,390 3,366 3,11*7
2,110 2,100
1,91*1
St.
 Louis
932 933 908 391* 393 387
Minneapolis
768 765 712
368
367 31*6
Kansas City
891*
896 88U
208 206 173
Dallas
1,812
1,81*8
1,825 308 307 261 San
 Francisco
1,716 1,721 1,592 927 919 812
Country banks
 in
 places with population
 of
 less than 15,000 Total 12,663 12,517 12,1*26 6,653
6,618
6,202 Boston
359 352 366 221* 223 219 New
 York
1,277 1,259 1,2U3
1,211*
1,209
1,11*8 Philadelphia
1,133 1,116 1,082 1,005 1,001 955
Cleveland
1,171 1,162 1,137 877 871 837
Richmond
87U 863 869 511 510 1*83
Atlanta
687 685 651 252 250 216
Chicago
1,909 1,887 1,808 1,069 1,063 988 St.
 Louis
1,011 1,008 976 317 316 291*
Minneapolis
765 757 767 1*78 1*76 1*1*2
Kansas City
1,578 1,565 1,601 271* 272 236
Dallas
1,101
1,1*01* 1,1*21
101* 100 82 San
 Francisco
1*91* 1*89 508 329 328 302 l/
 Includes
 any
 "banks
 in
 outlying sections
 of
 reserve cities which have been given permission
 to
 carry
 the
 same reserves
 as
 country banks. Footnotes
 for
 preceding page (J.l):
l/
 Averages
 of
 daily closing figures
 for
 reserves
 and
 borrowings
 and of
 daily opening figures
 for
 other columns, inasmuch
 as
 reserves required
 are
 based
on
 deposits
 at
 opening
 of
 business,
2/
 Demand deposits subject
 to
 reserve requirements,
 i. e.,
 gross demand deposits minus cash items reported
 as in
 process
 of
 collection
 and
 demand balances
 due
from domestic banks.

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