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28272_1940-1944

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COMMERCIAL PAPER AND BANKERS ACCEPTANCES OUTSTANDING
[In millions of dollars]End of month1938—September _ _OctoberNovember1939—JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJune .JulyAugust.SeptemberOctoberNovemberCom-mer-cialpaperout-stand-
ing 1212213206187195195191192189181194201209205214
Dollar acceptances outstandingTotalout-stand-
ing261270273270255248245238247245236235216221223
By holdersHeldTotal
221223222212204198191189192191188191177179172
by acceptingbanksOwn
bills
129130124121122122117118124122119128115111103
Billsbought
929398918276747268696963626769
Held byReserveForown
 ac
countFederalbanksFor
 ac
count offoreigncorre-spond-ents
 2
Heldbyothers
404651585250544955534844394251
on
 m
portsintoU. S.899494958987878682817579788596Basedon ex-portsfrom
U. S.575759605757585651454140404037
By classesDollar
ex
change
2333222119201918181816
Based
 on
 goodsstored
 in or
 shippedbetween points
 inU.S.
565959575248423836393940434650
Foreigncoun-tries575657565554565759606159363224i As reported by dealers; includes some finance company paper sold in open market.
>
 Less than $500,000.
Back figures —See
 Annual Report for 1937 (table 70).
CUSTOMERS DEBIT BALANCES, MONEY BORROWED, AND PRINCIPAL RELATED ITEMS OF STOCK EXCHANGEFIRMS CARRYING MARGIN ACCOUNTS
[Member firms of New York Stock Exchange. Ledger balances in millions of dollars]End of month1937—MarchJuneSeDtemberD ecember1938—MarchJuneSeDtemberNovemberDecember ._1939—January - -FebruaryMarchAprilMay -JuneJuly _AugustSeptemberOctober.NovemberDebit balancesCustomers'debitbalances(net)
 1
1,5491,4891,363985831774823939991971967953831828834839792856894914Debitbalances inpartners'investmentand tradingaccounts6155483429272930323429272626252422202120Debitbalances infirminvestmentand tradingaccounts175161128108958876781067583848376738471647277Cash onhandand inbanks22321423923221521521318y190192168174190183178183202217200195Moneybor-rowed
 2
1,1721,2171,088688576495559662754713709699
579561570589556520577623Credit balancesCustomers'credit balances 1Free346266256278239258257252247235222225236230230238235305289272Other(net)
11592968581896865606062596069706758877667
Other credit balancesInpartners'invest-ment andtradingaccounts
2925262625222Q20222220202021212020222121
In
firminvest ment
 and
tradingaccounts
181312109117851259
766661198Incapitalaccounts(net)4193973853553152983003033052982942942902842802782752832842821 Excluding balances with reporting firms (1) of member firms of New York Stock Exchange and other national securities exchanges and (2) offirms' own partners.
2
 Includes both money borrowed from banks and trust companies in New York City and elsewhere in the United States and also money bor-rowed from other lenders (not including member firms of national securities exchanges).
NOTE.—For
 explanation of these figures see Statistics on Margin Accounts in
 BULLETIN
 for September 1936. The article describes the methodby which the figures are derived and reported, distinguishes the table from a statement of financial condition, and explains that the last columnis not to be taken as representing the actual net capital of the reporting firms.
Back figures
—See
 BULLETIN
 for March 1938, p. 196, and (for data in detail) Annual Report for 1937 (table 69).
38
FEDER L RESERVE BULLETIN
January 1940
 
COMMERCIAL PAPER
 ND
 BANKERS
ACCEPTANCES OUTSTANDING
[In millions of dollars]End of month1938_OctoberNovemberDecember1939—January __ . __FebruaryMarch __AprilMay.JuneJuly- .AugustSeptemberOctober
Novprnhftr
December
Com-
mer-cialpaperout-stand-ing
 i
213206187195195191192189181194201209205214210Dollar acceptances outstandingTotalout-stand-
ing
270273270255248245238247245236235216221223233By holdersHeldTotal223222212204198191189192191188191177179172175by acceptingbanksOwnbills130124121122122117118124122119128115111103105Billsbought939891827674726869696362676970Held
 by
 FederalReserve banksForown
 ac-
countFor
 ac-
count offoreign
corre-
spond-ents(*)
 8
f
 
J
 J
2
 
Held
by
others
465158525054495553484439425157By
 classes
on
portsinto
U.S.
9494958987878682817579788596103Basedon ex-portsfromU.
 S.
575960575758565145414040403739Dollarex-change33322211920191818181616Based
 on
 goodsstored in or shippedbetween points
 inU.S.
595957524842383639394043465054Foreigncoun-tries565756555456575960615936322422
1
 As reported
 by
 dealers; includes some finance company paper sold
 in
 open market.* Less than 500,000.
Back figures —
See Annual Report for 1937 (table 70).
CUSTOMERS DEBIT
 BALANCES,
 MONEY BORROWED,
 ND
 PRINCIPAL RELATED ITEMS
 OF
 STOCK EXCHANGEFIRMS CARRYING MARGIN ACCOUNTS
[Member firms of New York Stock Exchange. Ledger balances in millions of dollars]
End
 of
 month1937—MarchJuneSeptemberDecember
 _ _
1938—MarchJuneSeptemberDecember1939—JanuaryFebruaryMarchApril
 _
MayJune
 -
July
 .._
AugustSeptember
 .
OctoberNovember.DecemberDebit balancesCustomers'debitbalances(net)
 i
1,5491,4891,363985831774823991971967953831828834839792856894914906Debitbalances
 in
partners'investmentand tradingaccounts6155483429272932342927262625242220212016Debitbalances
 in
firminvestmentand tradingaccounts175161128108958876106758384837673847164727778Cash
 on
handand
 in
banks223214239232215215213190192168174190183178183202217200195207Credit balancesMoneybor-rowed
 
1,1721,2171,088688576495559754713709699579561570589556520577623637Customers'credit balances
 i
Free346266256278239258257247235222225236230230238235305289272266Other(net)11592968581896860606259606970675887766769Other credit balancesInpartners'invest-ment andtradingaccounts292526262522
2Q
22222020202121202022212123Infirminvest-ment andtradingaccounts181312109117512597666611987Incapitalaccounts(net)4193973853553152983003052982942942902842802782752832842822771
 Excluding balances with reporting firms (1) of member
 irms
 of New York Stock Exchange and other national securities exchanges and (2) offirms' own partners.
2
 Includes both money borrowed from banks and trust companies in New York City and elsewhere in the United States and also money bor-rowed from other lenders (not including member firms of national securities exchanges).
NOTE.—For
 explanation of these
 figures
 see Statistics
 on
 Margin Accounts in
 BULLETIN
 for September
 1936.
 The article describes the methodby which the
 figures
 are derived and reported, distinguishes the table from a statement of
 financial
 condition, and explains that the last columnis not to be taken as representing the actual net capital of the reporting firms.
Back igures —See
 BULLETIN
 for March 1938, p. 196, and (for data in detail) Annual Report for 1937 (table 69)
138
FEDERAL RESERVE
 BULLETIN
February 1940
 
COMMERCIAL PAPER AND BANKERS ACCEPTANCES OUTSTANDING
[In millions of dollars]End of month193g—NovemberDecember1939—JanuarvFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptember __ _October PpcpTnbfir1940—January
Com
mer-cialpaperout-stand-ing
 1
206187195195191192189181194201209205214210219Dollar acceptances outstandingTotalout-stand-ing273270255248245238247245236235216221223233229Held byAccepting banksTotal222212204198191189192191188191177179172175179Ownbills124121122122117118124122119128115111103105111Billsbought989182767472686969636267697068Federal ReservebanksForown
 ac
countFor
 ac
count offoreigncorre-spond-ents
 
Others515852505449555348443942515750Based onIm-intoU.S.94958987878682817579788596103101ExportsfromU.S.596057575856514541404040373938Dollar
ex
change332221192019181818161616Goods stored in orshipped betweenpoints inU.S.595752484238363939404346505451Foreigncoun-tries575655545657596061593632242223*~As reported by dealers; includes some finance company paper sold in open market.* Less than $500,000.
Back figures —See
 Annual Report for 1937 (table 70).
CUSTOMERS DEBIT BALANCES, MONEY BORROWED, AND PRINCIPAL RELATED ITEMS OF STOCK EXCHANGEFIRMS CARRYING MARGIN ACCOUNTS
[Member firms of New York Stock Exchange. Ledger balances in millions of dollars]End of month1937—-MarchJune .SeptemberDecember1938—MarchJune
 
SeptemberDecember1939—JanuaryFebruaryMarch __ _AprilMayJuneJulyAugust _ .SeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember1940—JanuaryDebit balancesCustomers'debitbalances(net)
 1
1,5491,4891,363985831774823991971967953831828834839792856894914906886Debitbalances inpartners'investmentand tradingaccounts615548342927293234292726262524222021201615Debitbalances infirminvestmentand tradingaccounts17516112810895887610675838483767384716472777870Cash onhandand inbanks223214239232215215213190192168174190183178183202217200195207198Credit balancesMoneybor-rowed *1,1721,2171,088688576495559754713709699579561570589556520577623637602Customers'credit balances 1Free346266256278239258257247235222225236230230238235305289272266262Other(net)1159296858189686060625960697067588776676971Other credit balancesInpartners'invest-ment andtradingaccounts292526262522202222202020212120202221212322Infirminvest-ment andtradingaccounts1813121091175125976666119876Incapitalaccounts(net)419397385355315298300305298294294290284280278275283284282277272* Excluding balances with reporting firms (1) of member firms of New York Stock Exchange and other national securities exchanges, and (2) offirms' own partners.*Includes both money borrowed from banks and trust companies in New York City and elsewhere in the United States and also money bor-rowed from other lenders (not including member firms of national securities exchanges).
NOTE.—For
 explanation of these figures see Statistics on Margin Accounts in
 BULLETIN
 for September
 1936.
 The article describes the methodby which the figures are derived and reported, distinguishes the table from a statement of financial condition, and explains that the last columnis not to be taken as representing the actual net capital of the reporting firms.
Back figures —See
 BULLETIN
 for March 1938, p. 196, and (for data in detail) Annual Report for 1937 (table 69).
230
FEDER L RESERVE BULLETIN
March 1940

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