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A 14
 OPEN M RKET CCOUNT
 
 FEBRU RY
 1971
TR NS CTIONS
 OF THE
 SYSTEM OPEN M RKET CCOUNT
In
 millions
 of
 dollars) Outright transactions
 in U.S.
 Govt, securities,
 by
 maturity Month Total Treasury bills Others within
 1
 year
1-5
 years Month Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Redemp-tions Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Redemp-tions Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Exch., maturity shifts,
or
redemp-tions Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Exch.
or
maturity shifts 1969—Dec
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
1970—Jan
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119 Feb 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119 -564 154 1,319 -154 ar 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119 -564 154 1,319 -154 Apr 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119 -564 154 1,319 -154 May 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
244 641 17 23
-9,414
167 146
11,106 June
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
244 641 17 23
-9,414
167 146
11,106 July
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
386 615 100 119
244
641 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
244 641 17 23 167 146 Aug 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 -21 -129
Sept
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 17 -21 90 -129 Oct 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 17 90 Nov 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
308 134 37 5
6,362
80 365
-6,712
Dec 1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
37 5
6,362
80 365
-6,712
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124
2,225 2,659
1,626 1,127
2,657
245 2,871 3,414 1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
1,250 3,133 801
2,657
1,124 2,017
2,449
1,626 1,127
2,474
245 2,715
2,883
1,029 4,154 395
2,577
747 835 1,612 744 106
2,367
183 1,391
2,280
37 5 80 365
Month Outright transactions
 in U.S.
 Govt, securities—Continued Repurchase agreements
U.S.
 Govt, securities)
Net
change
in U.S.
Govt, secur-ities Federal agency obliga-tions
net re-
purchase agree-ments) Bankers' acceptances
Net
change
1
Month
5 -10
 years Over
 10
 years Repurchase agreements
U.S.
 Govt, securities)
Net
change
in U.S.
Govt, secur-ities Federal agency obliga-tions
net re-
purchase agree-ments) Bankers' acceptances
Net
change
1
Month
5 -10
 years Over
 10
 years Repurchase agreements
U.S.
 Govt, securities)
Net
change
in U.S.
Govt, secur-ities Federal agency obliga-tions
net re-
purchase agree-ments)
Out-
right,
net
Under repur-chase agree-ments,
net Net
change
1
Month Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Exch.
or ma-
turity shifts Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales Exch.
or ma-
turity shifts Gross
pur-
chases Gross sales
Net
change
in U.S.
Govt, secur-ities Federal agency obliga-tions
net re-
purchase agree-ments)
Out-
right,
net
Under repur-chase agree-ments,
net Net
change
1
1969—Dec 3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819
1970—Jan 3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 30 -30 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 26 -26 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Feb -688 -66
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 30 -30 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 26 -26 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Mar..
 .
 . -688 -66
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 30 -30 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 26 -26 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Apr.. . .
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 34 -34 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 49 -49 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 May. . .
June... July
16 37 -i ,692 9 4
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 34 -34 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 49 -49 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 May. . .
June... July
16 37 -i ,692 9 4
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 34 -34 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 49 -49 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 May. . .
June... July
16 37 9 4
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Aug.. .. 150
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819
Sept..
 . . Oct 61 150 16
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819
Sept..
 . . Oct 61 16
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Nov..
 .
 . Dec 23 113 386 16 48 -36
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Nov..
 .
 . Dec 23 113 386 16 48 -36
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 Nov..
 .
 . Dec 23 113 16 48
3,336
1,201
4,407
1,176
3,685
953 905
2,008
3,181
3,906 3,465 3,863
5,109
3,336
1,009
4,599
1,176
3,338
1,299 905
2,008 2,852
3,861
3,353
4,125
5,334
-165
-1,444
114 -38 723 799 407 882 1,351 28 40 1,218 908 31 50 8 -27 -61 15 -7 -4 6 -15 -10 5 -4 3 * 1 21 30 21 -14 13 -50 -150
-1,395
57 -43 811 702 397 887 1,407 101 34 1,204 819 I Net
 change
 in U.S.
 Govt, securities, Federal agency obligations,
 and
 NOTE.—Sales, redemptions,
 and
 negative figures reduce System hold-bankers' acceptances. ings;
 all
 other figures increase such holdings.
CONVERTIBLE FOREIGN CURRENCIES HELD
 Y
 FEDER L RESERVE B NKS
In
 millions
 of U.S.
 dollar equivalent)
End of
period Total Pounds sterling Austrian schillings Belgian francs Canadian dollars Danish kroner French francs German marks Italian lire Japanese
yen
Nether-lands guilders Swiss francs 1968—Dec.. 1969—Oct..
Nov. Dec.,
1970—Jan..
Feb.. Mar. Apr., May,
June, July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
2 061
1,823 1,370 1,967 975 1,179 1,169
1,101
510 690 290 280 680 408 1,444 1,494 1,273 1,575 605 215 207 199 199
180 180
180
580 306 433 199
100
165 1 7 313 60 6 60 125 60 201 159 801 157 801 93 805 94 205 94 400 95 96 96 97 96 96 97 96 96 97 96 96 97 5 27 4
11
15 14 3 3 4
February 1971
 
 A 14 OPEN MARKET ACCOUNT APRIL 1971
TRANSACTIONS OF THE SYSTEM OPEN MARKET ACCOUNT
(In millions of dollars)Month1970—Feb.,
 
Mar.
 
Apr.,
 
May,
 
June
 
July.
 
Aug.
 
Sept.
 
Oct.
 
Nov.
 
Dec.1971—Jan..
 
Feb.Outright transactions in U.S. Govt, securities, by maturityTotalGrosspur chases8012.657
 
1,124
 
2,225
 
2,659
 
1,626
 
1,1272.657
 
2452,8713,4141,5155,832Grosssales3952,5777478351,6127441062,3671831,3912,2801,5475,153Redemp tions
100
119244641308134327Treasury billsGrosspur chases8012,6571,1242,0172,4491,6261,1272,4742452,7152,8831,5155,347Grosssales395
 
2,577
 
747
 
835
 
1,612
 
744
 
106
 
2,367
 
183
 
1,391
 
2,2801,5475,153Redemp tions
100
119244641308134327Others within 1yearGrosspur chases172317375GrosssalesExch.,maturityshifts,orredemp tions-5641549,414
-21 6
] 362-3,7321-5 yearsGrosspur chases1671469080365174GrosssalesExch.maturityshifts1,319-15411,106-1294,092MonthOutright transactions in U.S. Govt, securities—Continued5 -10 yearsGrosspur chasesGrosssalesExch.
 
or ma turity
 
shiftsOver 10 yearsRepurchase
 
agreements
 
(U.S. Govt,
 
securities)Grosspur chasesGrosssalesExch.
 
or ma turity
 
shiftsGrosspur chasesGrosssalesNet
 
change
 
in U.S.
 
Govt,
 
secur itiesFederal
 
agency
 
obliga tions
 
(net re purchase
 
agree ments)Bankers’acceptancesOut right,netUnderrepur chaseagree ments,netNet
 
changei1970—Feb
___
Mar.. . .
 
Apr.. . .
 
May. . .
 
June...
 
July....
 
Aug.. ..
 
Sept.. . .Oct
.......
Nov.. ..
 
Dec.. . .
-688-66
1637-1,69223113150‘386161648-361971—Jan.. .
 
Feb. .. -3604,407 4,599 1141,176 1,176 -3 83,685 3,338 723953 1,299 799905 905 4072,008 2,008 8823,181 2,852 1,3513,906 3,861 283,465 3,353 403,863 4,125 1,2185,109 5,334 9082,298 2,298 -3594,183 4,183 679-3 034-343150-27-61
-1
- 4
6
-15
-10
5- 43
*1212
-5-2649-4930
21
-1413-5057-438117023978871,407
101
341,204819-357673i Net change in U.S. Govt, securities, Federal agency obligations, and
 
bankers’ acceptances.
 Note.
—Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce System hold ings
 ;
 all other figures increase such holdings.
CONVERTIBLE FOREIGN CURRENCIES HELD BY FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
(In millions of U.S. dollar equivalent)End of 
 
period Total PoundssterlingAustrianschillingsBelgianfrancsCanadiandollarsDanishkronerFrenchfrancsGermanmarksItalianlireJapaneseyenNether landsguildersSwissfrancs1968—Dec
..............
 2,061
 
1,9671,444
 
1,575
8
 3 433 165
11
 4 31969—Dec
..............
1
 *199 60 125
1
 3 41970—Jan
...............
 975 605
1
 *
100
 60
2011
 3 4Feb
..............
 1,179 215
1
 *159 801
1
 3 *Mar
.............. 1,169
 1,101
207
1
 *157 801
1
 3 *Apr..............
 199
1
 *93 805
1
 3 *May
............. 510 199 * *94 205
1
 *
11
June............. 690 180 * *94 400
1
 *15July.............
 290 180 * *95
1
 *14Aug
..............
 280 180 * *96
1
 * 3Sept
.............
 680 580 * *96
1
 * 3Oct
............... 408 306 * *97
1
 * 4Nov
.............
 265 161 * *98
1
 * 4Dec
..............
 257 154 * *98
1
 * 4
 
April 1971
 
A 14 OPEN MARKET ACCOUNT JUNE 1971
TRANSACTIONS OF THE SYSTEM OPEN MARKET ACCOUNT
(In millions of dollars)
Month1970—Apr.
 
May,
 
June,
 
July.
 
Aug.
 
Sept.
 
Oct..
 
Nov.
 
Dec.,1971—Jan..
 
Feb.,
 
Mar.
 
Apr.Outright transactions in U.S. Govt, securities, by maturityTotalGrosspur-chases1,1242,2252,6591,6261,1272,6572452,8713,4141,5155,8323,1422,229Grosssales7478351,6127441062,3671831,3912,2801,5475,1532,5231,298Redemp-tions24464130813432724050Treasury billsGrosspur-chases1,1242,0172,4491,6261,1272,4742452,7152,8831,5155,3472,6002,033Grosssales7478351,6127441062,3671831,3912,2801,5475,1532,5231,298Redemp-tions ‘24464130813432724050Others within 1yearGrosspur-chases172317375GrosssalesExch.,maturitysihifts,orredemp-tions9,414
-21
6,3623,73215 yearsGrosspur-chases1671469080365174263119GrosssalesExch.maturityshifts11,1061296,7124,092Month1970—Apr
___
May. . .
 
June...
 
July....Aug
----
Sept
___
Oct
.......
N ov....
 
Dec.. . .
1971—Jan.. ..
Feb
___
Mar....
Apr.. . .Outright transactions in U.S. Govt, securities—Continued510 yearsGrosspur-chases1637612311318920562GrosssalesExch.
 
or ma-turity
 
shifts1,692150386360Over 10 yearsGrosspur-chases161648
121
74
16
GrosssalesExch.
 
or ma-turity
 
shifts36Repurchase
 
agreements
 
(U.S. Govt,
 
securities)Grosspur-chasesGrosssales3,685 3,,338 723953 i;,299 799905 905 4072,008 2,,008 8823,181
 2\
,852 1,3513,906 3;,861 283,465 3;,353 403,863 4;,125 1,2185,109 5|,334 9082,298 2,,298 3594,183 4!,183 6796,561c 5,,242 1,6985,085
 6,
,404 439Net
 
change
 
in U.S.
 
Govt,
 
secur-itiesFederal
 
agency
 
obliga-tions
 
(net re-purchase
 
agree-ments)Bankers’acceptancesOut-right,net343431502761186186
6
15
-10
5 43
*1212
 5Underrepur-chaseagree-ments,net494930
21
14135085
85
Net
 
change18117023978871,407
101
341,2048193576731,9687071Net change in U.S. Govt, securities, Federal agency obligations, and
 
bankers’ acceptances.
N
 o t e
 .
—Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce System hold-ings; all other figures increase such holdings.
CONVERTIBLE FOREIGN CURRENCIES HELD BY FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
(In millions of U.S. dollar equivalent)End of 
 
period Total PoundssterlingAustrianschillingsBelgianfrancsCanadiandollarsDanishkronerFrenchfrancsGermanmarksItalianlireJapaneseyenNetherrlandsguildersSwissfrancs1968—Dec
..............
 2,061
 
1,9671,444
 
1,5758 3 433 165 1 1
 4
 31969—De c
 .............
 11*199 60 125 1 3
 4
1970—Feb
..............
 1,179 215 *159 801 1 3 *Mar
..............
 1169 207 11*157 801 1 3 *Apr
.............
 1,101510690290199 *93 805 1 3 *M ay........... 199180* *94 205 1 * 11June
........... * *94 400 1 *15July
.............
 180 * *95 1 *14280680180 * *96 1 * 3Sept
.............. 580 * *96 1 *3O ct.............
 408 306
 *
 *97 I *
4
N ov
............
 265 161 * *98 1 *
4
Dec
..............
 257 154
 *
 *98 1
 *
41971—Jan
...............
 186 80 1 *99 1 5Feb
...............
 107 * 1 *100 1 5
 
June 1971

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