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January 5, 2022

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $59.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending January 5, 2022. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $31.0 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $3.8 billion; other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $11.7 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $1.0 billion; loans to commercial banks, $6.0 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $1.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.8 billion; and cash assets, $3.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $66.0 billion; borrowings, -$18.2 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $11.7 billion.

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $5.0 billion in assets to nonbank institutions in the week ending January 5, 2022. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, -$0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, -$1.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$0.6 billion; cash assets, -$0.7 billion; and other asset item(s), -$1.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, -$4.0 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.7 billion.

November 17, 2021

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.0 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 17, 2021. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $2.4 billion; cash assets, $1.0 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $4.2 billion; and borrowings, $0.6 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.7 billion.

April 7, 2021

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 7, 2021. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $6.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.7 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $6.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.7 billion.

October 14, 2020

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $9.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 14, 2020. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $1.5 billion; and cash assets, $8.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.5 billion; and deposits, other deposits, $7.1 billion.

July 1, 2020

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $8.8 billion in the week ending July 1, 2020. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.6 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $3.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $0.8 billion; all other loans and leases, loans to nondepository financial institutions, $0.9 billion; cash assets, $0.7 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $7.2 billion; borrowings, $0.6 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

May 6, 2020

Because of the adoption of FASB Accounting Standards Update 2016-13 (ASU 2016-13), "Financial Instruments--Credit Losses (Topic 326)" by some commercial banks in early 2020, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks are estimated to have decreased $30.7 billion as of the week ending May 6, 2020. The major asset items affected were the following: allowance for loan and lease losses, $32.2 billion; and other assets including trading assets, +$1.5 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$10.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $20.3 billion.

These effects on the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks due to the adoption of ASU 2016-13 were estimated from data reported weekly by FR 2644 sample banks. For more information on the construction of the H.8 data, please see the About page. For more information about ASU 2016-13, please see the Financial Accounting Standards Board's news release.

April 1, 2020

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $8.3 billion in the week ending April 1, 2020. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, non-MBS, $0.8 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $3.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.3 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.9 billion; borrowings, $2.4 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.7 billion.

January 1, 2020

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending January 1, 2020. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $1.3 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.6 billion; all other loans and leases, all loans not elsewhere classified, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.8 billion; deposits, other deposits, $6.1 billion; borrowings, $0.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.9 billion.

December 11, 2019

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $26.7 billion in the week ending December 11, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $3.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $5.4 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $7.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $6.1 billion; all other loans and leases, all loans not elsewhere classified, $0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.2 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $16.6 billion; borrowings, $6.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.3 billion.

November 6, 2019

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 6, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.1 billion; deposits, other deposits, $4.4 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.8 billion.

October 16, 2019

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.2 billion in assets of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 16, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $8.1 billion; cash assets, -$8.2 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion.

October 2, 2019

Foreign-related institutions divested $8.0 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending October 2, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, non-MBS, -$5.8 billion; cash assets, -$0.7 billion; and other assets including trading assets, -$1.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$0.5 billion; borrowings, -$1.6 billion; net due to related foreign offices, -$3.0 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$2.9 billion.

May 1, 2019

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $6.5 billion in the week ending May 1, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $3.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.2 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.1 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.5 billion; borrowings, $1.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.7 billion.

April 3, 2019

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of off-balance sheet operating leases, owing to the adoption of FASB Accounting Standards Update 2016-02 (ASU 2016-02), "Leases (Topic 842)," by some commercial banks during the first quarter, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks are estimated to have increased $35.5 billion as of the week ending April 3, 2019. The major asset item affected was the following: other assets including trading assets, $35.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $35.3 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.8 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.6 billion.

These effects on the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered banks due to the adoption of ASU 2016-02 were estimated from data reported weekly by FR 2644 sample banks. For more information on the construction of the H.8 data please see the About page. For more information about ASU 2016-02 please see the Financial Accounting Standards Board's news release.

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 3, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.7 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.3 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.9 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.4 billion; borrowings, $0.9 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.6 billion.

January 2, 2019

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $35.6 billion in the week ending January 2, 2019. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $10.5 billion; other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.8 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $5.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $3.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, $1.2 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $2.8 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, automobile loans, $0.7 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, all other consumer loans, $1.9 billion; cash assets, $3.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.1 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $3.3 billion; deposits, other deposits, $27.6 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.7 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $4.0 billion.

May 16, 2018

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $17.0 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending May 16, 2018.

April 4, 2018

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $49.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 4, 2018. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $24.9 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $14.1 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, all other consumer loans, $1.4 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $0.7 billion; cash assets, $9.0 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $45.5 billion; borrowings, -$1.6 billion; net due to related foreign offices, $2.0 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.7 billion.

February 7, 2018

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $5.4 billion in the week ending February 7, 2018. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.0 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $4.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.7 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.6 billion.

November 29, 2017

Foreign-related institutions acquired $46.2 billion in assets and liabilities of thrift institutions in the week ending November 29, 2017. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $21.2 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $9.8 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $1.1 billion (fed funds and RPs with nonbanks, $1.1 billion); and other assets including trading assets, $14.1 billion (other assets, $14.1 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.2 billion; borrowings, $23.3 billion (borrowings from others, $23.3 billion); net due to related foreign offices, $5.2 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $16.5 billion (trading liabilities, $6.9 billion; other liabilities, $9.6 billion).

October 18, 2017

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $14.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 18, 2017. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $13.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $13.9 billion (borrowing from others, $13.8 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.2 billion (other liabilities, $1.2 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.5 billion.

October 4, 2017

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $14.7 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 4, 2017. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $2.7 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $5.0 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $3.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $0.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.1 billion (other assets, $1.1 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.7 billion; deposits, other deposits, $9.3 billion; borrowings, $2.7 billion (borrowings from others, $2.2 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.9 billion.

September 20, 2017

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $16.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending September 20, 2017. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $5.7 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $1.6 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $4.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $3.5 billion; cash assets, $0.6 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.1 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: deposits, other deposits, $15.6 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.3 billion.

June 22, 2016

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $10.5 billion in loans (consumer loans, credit cards and related plans) of nonbank institutions in the week ending June 22, 2016.

March 2, 2016

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of thrift institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $47.7 billion in the week ending March 2, 2016. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $27.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $5.6 billion; all other loans and leases, all loans not elsewhere classified, $5.6 billion; cash assets, -$41.0 billion; other assets including trading assets, $5.9 billion (other assets, $5.9 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.5 billion; borrowings, $4.5 billion (borrowings from others, $4.1 billion); net due to related foreign offices, -$3.1 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.1 billion (other liabilities, $1.1 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.6 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: loans with original amounts of $1,000,000 or less, commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addresses, $1.4 billion.

November 4, 2015

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $27.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 4, 2015. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $1.7 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $5.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $18.6 billion; cash assets, $0.7 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $1.1 billion (other assets, $1.1 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $4.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $13.4 billion; borrowings, $6.0 billion (borrowings from others, $6.0 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $3.8 billion.

February 25, 2015

Because of the conversions of thrift institutions to commercial banks and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $37.8 billion in the week ending February 25, 2015. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $4.2 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $0.9 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $5.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $6.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by multifamily properties, $3.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $8.3 billion; all other loans and leases, loans to nondepository financial institutions, $0.9 billion; all other loans and leases, all loans not elsewhere classified, $1.0 billion; cash assets, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.6 billion (other assets, $3.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.3 billion; deposits, other deposits, $26.2 billion; borrowings, $3.4 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $1.3 billion; borrowings from others, $2.1 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.9 billion (other liabilities, $0.9 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $5.0 billion. The major memoranda items affected were the following: loans with original amounts of $1,000,000 or less, loans secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.1 billion; loans with original amounts of $1,000,000 or less, commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees, $1.7 billion.

July 16, 2014

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $6.3 billion in the week ending July 16, 2014. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.9 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.8 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.7 billion; borrowings, $1.0 billion (borrowings from others, $1.0 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.7 billion.

March 5, 2014

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $21.8 billion in the week ending March 5, 2014. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $1.2 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $2.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $6.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $3.0 billion; cash assets, $4.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.4 billion (other assets, $2.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $4.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $9.9 billion; borrowings, $3.6 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $1.4 billion; borrowings from others, $2.2 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.6 billion (other liabilities, $0.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $3.1 billion.

November 20, 2013

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $14.1 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending November 20, 2013. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, -$16.2 billion; cash assets, +$1.8 billion; and other asset item(s), -$0.3 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, -$10.6 billion (borrowings from others, -$10.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $3.5 billion.

July 17, 2013

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $13.0 billion in the week ending July 17, 2013. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $2.6 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $0.5 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $5.2 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $2.0 billion; cash assets, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.0 billion (other assets, $1.0 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $6.6 billion; borrowings, $2.0 billion (borrowings from others, $2.0 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.9 billion.

March 13, 2013

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.7 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending March 13, 2013. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $5.2 billion; cash assets, -$5.2 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion). The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $0.5 billion (borrowings from others, $0.5 billion).

January 16, 2013

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $5.9 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending January 16, 2013. The major asset item affected was the following: cash assets, -$5.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$2.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$3.8 billion; and other liability item(s), +$0.5 billion.

November 7, 2012

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $74.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 7, 2012. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $15.4 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $1.6 billion; other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $3.0 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $35.9 billion; cash assets, $13.1 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $1.6 billion (fed funds sold and reverse RPs with banks, $1.6 billion); and other assets including trading assets, $3.5 billion (other assets, $3.5 billion). The major liability item affected was the following: deposits, other deposits, $64.9 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $10.0 billion.

July 4, 2012

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $8.8 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending July 4, 2012. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, -$1.7 billion; and real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$7.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, -$8.7 billion (borrowings from others, -$8.7 billion); and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion.

May 2, 2012

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $9.0 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending May 2, 2012. The major asset item affected was the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $9.0 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $9.0 billion (borrowings from others, $9.0 billion).

March 7, 2012

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $11.6 billion in the week ending March 7, 2012. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $1.9 billion; other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $1.4 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $0.7 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.5 billion (other assets, $2.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.4 billion; deposits, other deposits, $6.4 billion; borrowings, $2.2 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.9 billion; borrowings from others, $1.3 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.3 billion.

February 1, 2012

Because of the conversion of thrift institutions to commercial banks, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $86.9 billion in the week ending February 1, 2012. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $9.2 billion; other securities, non-MBS, $6.4 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $16.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $5.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $15.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $18.2 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $3.1 billion; all other loans and leases, $0.5 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $1.2 billion; cash assets, $3.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $9.6 billion (other assets, $9.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $3.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $52.2 billion; borrowings, $14.9 billion (borrowing from banks in the U.S., $1.7 billion; borrowings from others, $13.2 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $2.7 billion (other liabilities, $2.7 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $13.5 billion. The major memoranda items affected were the following: loans with original amounts of $1,000,000 or less, loans secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties, $1.9 billion; and loans with original amounts of $1,000,000 or less, commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees, $1.5 billion.

January 4, 2012

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $3.6 billion in the week ending January 4, 2012. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $11.1 billion; all other loans and leases, -$9.6 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $0.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.7 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $2.3 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.7 billion.

December 28, 2011

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of off-balance-sheet vehicles, owing to the adoption of FASB's Financial Accounting Statements No. 166 (FAS 166), "Accounting for Transfers of Financial Assets," and No. 167 (FAS 167), "Amendments to FASB Interpretation No. 46(R)," the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $7.3 billion as of the week ending December 28, 2011. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.3 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $5.9 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $7.7 billion (borrowings from others, $7.7 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.4 billion.

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $0.9 billion in the week ending December 28, 2011. The major asset item affected was the following: other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $0.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion.

April 20, 2011

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $11.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 20, 2011. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $2.2 billion; Treasury and agency securities, non-MBS, $0.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $3.6 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $2.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.7 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.8 billion; deposits, other deposits, $7.0 billion; and borrowings, $2.5 billion (borrowings from others, $2.5 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.2 billion.

April 6, 2011

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $9.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 6, 2011. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, other consumer loans, $6.7 billion; cash assets, $1.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.2 billion (other assets, $1.2 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $3.5 billion (borrowings from others, $3.5 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $5.8 billion.

January 5, 2011

Because of the movement of the domiciles of foreign-based subsidiaries to domestic locations and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $10.6 billion in the week ending January 5, 2011. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $4.7 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.2 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $3.4 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $1.0 billion; borrowings, $3.0 billion (borrowings from others, $3.0 billion); net due to related foreign offices, $5.7 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.6 billion.

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks divested $25.8 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending January 5, 2011. The major asset item affected was the following: consumer loans, other consumer loans, -$25.8 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, -$25.8 billion (borrowings from others, -$25.8 billion).

July 7, 2010

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $6.9 billion in the week ending July 7, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $3.5 billion; cash assets, $2.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $6.0 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.8 billion.

May 5, 2010

Foreign-related institutions divested $6.4 billion in assets to nonbank institutions in the week ending May 5, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), -$0.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, -$2.4 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, -$0.6 billion; all other loans and leases, -$2.8 billion; and other assets including trading assets, +$6.4 billion (other assets, +$6.4 billion).

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $1.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending May 5, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.5 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $1.2 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion.

April 14, 2010

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $14.9 billion in the week ending April 14, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $5.0 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.0 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $3.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.4 billion (other assets, $1.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.7 billion; deposits, other deposits, $9.1 billion; borrowings, $2.8 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.8 billion; borrowings from others, $2.0 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.0 billion.

March 31, 2010

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of off-balance-sheet vehicles, owing to the adoption of FASB's Financial Accounting Statements No. 166 (FAS 166), "Accounting for Transfers of Financial Assets," and No. 167 (FAS 167), "Amendments to FASB Interpretation No. 46(R)," during the first quarter, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $372.3 billion as of the week ending March 31, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), -$6.4 billion; other securities, non-MBS, -$23.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $19.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $5.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $20.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.1 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $334.9 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $24.4 billion; all other loans and leases, $46.1 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $36.4 billion; cash assets, $4.1 billion; and other assets including trading assets, -$17.5 billion (trading assets, derivatives with a positive fair value, $0.9 billion; trading assets, other trading assets, -$2.2 billion; other assets, -$16.2 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $398.3 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $2.6 billion; borrowings from others, $395.7 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$1.7 billion (other liabilities, -$1.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $24.4 billion. The major memoranda items affected were the following: securitized consumer loans, securitized credit cards and other revolving plans, -$331.0 billion; securitized consumer loans, other securitized consumer loans, -$24.3 billion; and securitized real estate loans, -$23.9 billion.

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of off-balance-sheet vehicles, owing to the adoption of FASB's Financial Accounting Statements No. 166 (FAS 166), "Accounting for Transfers of Financial Assets," and No. 167 (FAS 167), "Amendments to FASB Interpretation No. 46(R)," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $20.7 billion as of the week ending March 31, 2010. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, non-MBS, $1.1 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.7 billion; and all other loans and leases, $18.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $0.5 billion; borrowings, $21.0 billion (borrowings from others, $21.0 billion); net due to related foreign offices, -$12.0 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $11.2 billion (other liabilities, $11.2 billion).

November 4, 2009

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $84.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 4, 2009. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $2.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $6.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $76.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $6.3 billion; all other loans and leases, $4.2 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $1.4 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $9.5 billion (fed funds and reverse RPs with banks, $9.5 billion); cash assets, -$29.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $8.1 billion (other assets, $8.1 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $7.9 billion; deposits, other deposits, $29.0 billion; borrowings, $37.0 billion (borrowings from others, $37.0 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.6 billion (other liabilities, $0.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $10.0 billion.

August 26, 2009

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $12.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending August 26, 2009. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.7 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $2.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $4.0 billion; cash assets, $3.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.6 billion (other assets, $1.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $3.1 billion; deposits, other deposits, $7.8 billion; borrowings, $1.8 billion (borrowings from others, $1.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

August 5, 2009

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $17.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending August 5, 2009. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, mortgage-backed securities (MBS), $0.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $6.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.9 billion; cash assets, $0.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $5.9 billion (other assets, $5.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $11.5 billion; borrowings, $0.9 billion (borrowings from others, $0.9 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.4 billion (other liabilities, $1.4 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.7 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized real estate loans, $5.1 billion.

May 27, 2009

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $9.9 billion in the week ending May 27, 2009. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $8.2 billion; and all other loans and leases, $1.7 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $9.9 billion (borrowings from others, $9.9 billion).

April 29, 2009

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $119.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 29, 2009. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.7 billion; other securities, $9.4 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $11.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $69.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.5 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $2.6 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $8.7 billion (fed funds and reverse RPs with banks, $8.7 billion); cash assets, $2.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $17.8 billion (trading assets, derivatives with a positive fair value, $0.9 billion; other assets, $16.9 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $6.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $25.8 billion; borrowings, $71.3 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $19.8 billion; borrowings from others, $51.5 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $2.5 billion (trading liabilities, derivatives with a negative fair value, $0.6 billion; other liabilities, $1.9 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $13.3 billion.

December 3, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $135.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 3, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.9 billion; other securities, $7.9 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $7.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.4 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $39.9 billion (fed funds and reverse RPs with nonbanks, $39.9 billion); cash assets, $8.0 billion; other assets including trading assets, $70.5 billion (trading assets, derivatives with a positive fair value, $54.7 billion; other assets, $15.8 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $24.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $23.3 billion; borrowings, $26.6 billion (borrowings from others, $26.6 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $65.3 billion (trading liabilities, derivatives with a negative fair value, $44.6 billion; trading liabilities, other trading liabilities, $5.9 billion; other liabilities, $14.8 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $4.0 billion.

November 26, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $16.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 26, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $8.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.5 billion; all other loans and leases, $2.6 billion; cash assets, $0.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.3 billion (other assets, $2.3 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $12.0 billion; borrowings, $3.8 billion (borrowings from others, $3.8 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.6 billion (other liabilities, $1.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.8 billion.

November 12, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 12, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.6 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.6 billion; cash assets, $0.5 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.2 billion; borrowings, $1.1 billion (borrowings from others, $1.1 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion.

November 5, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 5, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $0.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $4.0 billion (other assets, $4.0 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $5.2 billion (borrowings from others, $5.2 billion).

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks divested $1.3 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending November 5, 2008. The major asset item affected was the following: other asset item(s), -$1.3 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: other liability item(s), -$1.3 billion.

October 22, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $77.0 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 22, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $77.0 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $77.0 billion (borrowings from others, $77.0 billion).

October 1, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $266.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 1, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $10.7 billion; other securities, $14.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $40.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $105.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $46.5 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $15.6 billion; allowance for loan and lease losses, $4.3 billion; cash assets, $8.0 billion; other assets including trading assets, $27.8 billion (other assets, $27.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $17.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $123.8 billion; borrowings, $91.1 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $2.5 billion; borrowings from others, $88.6 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $13.7 billion (trading liabilities, other trading liabilities, $5.0 billion; other liabilities, $8.7 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $20.5 billion. The major memoranda items affected were the following: securitized consumer loans, securitized credit cards and other revolving plans, $11.6 billion; and securitized real estate loans, $147.0 billion.

August 20, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $10.7 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending August 20, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, -$6.5 billion; all other loans and leases, -$2.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$1.5 billion (other assets, -$1.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: net due to related foreign offices, -$8.6 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$1.1 billion (other liabilities, -$1.1 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $1.0 billion.

July 9, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $7.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 9, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.9 billion; all other loans and leases, $4.4 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $7.6 billion.

July 2, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $33.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 2, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $5.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $25.9 billion (trading assets, derivatives with a positive fair value, $3.9 billion; trading assets, other trading assets, $1.2 billion; other assets, $20.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $2.7 billion (borrowings from others, $2.7 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $4.1 billion (trading liabilities, derivatives with a negative fair value, $2.1 billion; other liabilities, $1.7 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $26.6 billion.

April 2, 2008

Because of the deconsolidation of some variable interest entities (VIEs), the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions decreased $23.3 billion in the week ending April 2, 2008. The major asset item affected was the following: other securities, -$23.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, -$4.7 billion (borrowings from others, -$4.7 billion); and net due to related foreign offices, -$18.6 billion.

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $2.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 2, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.6 billion; and all other loans and leases, $1.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $1.8 billion (borrowings from others, $1.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion.

February 13, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $15.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending February 13, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.0 billion; other securities, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $3.4 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.9 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $2.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $4.4 billion (other assets, $4.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.1 billion; deposits, other deposits, $6.1 billion; borrowings, $3.6 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.8 billion; borrowings from others, $2.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $4.4 billion.

February 6, 2008

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $12.0 billion in the week ending February 6, 2008. The major asset item affected was the following: other securities, $12.0 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: net due to related foreign offices, $12.0 billion.

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $7.0 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending February 6, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, -$7.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, -$4.4 billion; all other loans and leases, -$0.7 billion; and total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $5.2 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, -$7.0 billion (borrowing from others, -$7.0 billion).

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $2.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending February 6, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $0.9 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $1.8 billion; borrowings, $0.6 billion (borrowings from others, $0.6 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion.

January 2, 2008

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending January 2, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, other consumer loans, $8.0 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $0.9 billion (other assets, $0.9 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $8.8 billion (borrowings from others, $8.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion.

In addition, because of the conversion of commercial banks to thrift institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks decreased $7.6 billion in the week ending January 2, 2008. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$0.7 billion; commercial and industrial loans, -$0.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$1.0 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, -$2.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$0.6 billion (other assets, -$0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), -$1.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$0.8 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$5.5 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.9 billion.

November 21, 2007

Because of the conversion of a commercial bank to a thrift institution, assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks decreased $13.6 billion in the week ending November 21, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$3.0 billion; other securities, -$5.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, -$1.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$1.9 billion; cash assets, -$1.1 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$0.5 billion; and other asset item(s), -$0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, -$12.7 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.8 billion.

October 17, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $78.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 17, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.3 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $65.2 billion; other assets including trading assets, $11.6 billion (other assets, $11.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $25.2 billion; deposits, other deposits, $49.1 billion; borrowings, -$12.9 billion (borrowings from others, -$12.9 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $16.6 billion.

September 26, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $12.9 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending September 26, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$1.4 billion; other securities, -$0.9 billion; commercial and industrial loans, -$0.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, -$0.9 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$4.1 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, -$2.9 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, -$0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$1.0 billion (other assets, -$1.0 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$1.7 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$8.3 billion; borrowings, -$1.8 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., -$0.7 billion; borrowings from others, -$1.1 billion); and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $1.0 billion.

September 5, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $14.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending September 5, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $3.9 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $2.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $3.5 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.2 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $1.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.8 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.4 billion; deposits, other deposits, $8.2 billion; and borrowings, $2.8 billion (borrowings from others, $2.8 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.1 billion.

July 4, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $27.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 4, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.3 billion; other securities, $2.0 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $5.5 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $2.6 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $7.4 billion; all other loans and leases, $1.5 billion; cash assets, $3.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.4 billion (other assets, $3.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $11.2 billion; borrowings, $2.7 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $2.3 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $12.7 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized consumer loans, other securitized consumer loans, $2.5 billion.

June 20, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending June 20, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.1 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $3.9 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $3.6 billion (borrowings from others, $3.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.5 billion.

April 18, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 18, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $1.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.0 billion (other assets, $1.0 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.0 billion; borrowings, $0.7 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.5 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.1 billion.

March 14, 2007

Because of the conversion of a commercial bank to a thrift institution, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks decreased $98.4 billion in the week ending March 14, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$3.0 billion; other securities, -$9.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, -$14.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$66.4 billion; cash assets, -$0.8 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$3.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$1.6 billion (other assets, -$1.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$11.4 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$46.8 billion; borrowings, -$31.0 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., -$0.7 billion; borrowings from others, -$30.3 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$2.4 billion (other liabilities, $2.4 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $6.8 billion.

March 7, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $12.1 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending March 7, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$8.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$3.4 billion (other assets, -$3.4 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$0.7 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$2.7 billion; borrowings, -$2.2 billion (borrowing from banks in the U.S., -$1.5 billion; borrowings from others, -$0.7 billion); net due to related foreign offices, -$3.2 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$3.3 billion (other liabilities, -$3.3 billion).

January 3, 2007

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $4.4 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending January 3, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$2.9 billion; cash assets, -$1.0 billion; and other asset item(s), -$0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, -$1.1 billion (borrowings from others, -$1.1 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$1.2 billion (other liabilities, -$1.2 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $2.1 billion.

In addition, because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $1.3 billion in the week ending January 3, 2007. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $1.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $5.9 billion in the week ending January 3, 2007. The major asset item affected was the following: other securities, $5.9 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $5.9 billion (borrowings from others, $5.9 billion).

November 29, 2006

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $15.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 29, 2006. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $11.9 billion; all other loans and leases, $0.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.1 billion (other assets, $1.1 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.6 billion; borrowings, $7.2 billion (borrowings from others, $7.2 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.7 billion (other liabilities, $0.7 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.3 billion.

October 4, 2006

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $158.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 4, 2006. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $38.1 billion; other securities, $1.4 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $3.2 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $17.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $113.2 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $14.1 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $3.1 billion; all other loans and leases, -$46.6 billion; cash assets, $2.2 billion; loans to commercial banks, $2.3 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $9.9 billion (other assets, $9.9 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $9.3 billion; deposits, other deposits, $69.1 billion; borrowings, $21.5 billion (borrowings from others, $21.5 billion); net due to related foreign offices, -$10.0 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $20.1 billion (other liabilities, $20.1 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $48.5 billion.

August 9, 2006

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $9.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending August 9, 2006. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, -$3.1 billion; cash assets, -$0.7 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$2.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$2.8 billion (other assets, -$2.8 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$0.9 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$7.6 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.8 billion.

June 21, 2006

Because of the deconsolidation of some variable interest entities (VIEs), the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks decreased $33.8 billion in the week ending June 21, 2006. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, -$1.7 billion; commercial and industrial loans, -$10.5 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, -$7.2 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, -$11.5 billion; and all other loans and leases, -$2.9 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, -$33.8 billion (borrowings from others, -$33.8 billion).

March 1, 2006

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $16.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending March 1, 2006. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.6 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $12.2 billion; cash assets, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.2 billion; borrowings, $11.7 billion (borrowings from others, $11.7 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.7 billion (other liabilities, $0.7 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.2 billion.

December 7, 2005

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $12.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 7, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.2 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $2.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $2.9 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $1.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.0 billion (other assets, $2.0 billion); cash assets, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $5.7 billion; borrowings, $3.8 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $1.0 billion; borrowings from others, $2.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.2 billion.

October 5, 2005

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $13.2 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending October 5, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$1.2 billion; other securities, -$2.4 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, -$8.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$0.7 billion (other assets, -$0.7 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$1.1 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$7.9 billion; other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$0.6 billion (other liabilities, -$0.6 billion); and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $3.5 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized consumer loans, securitized credit cards and other revolving plans, -$10.3 billion.

July 20, 2005

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $6.9 billion in the week ending July 20, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $1.5 billion; and all other loans and leases, $5.4 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $6.9 billion (borrowings from others, $6.9 billion).

July 13, 2005

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $6.7 billion in the week ending July 13, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $0.9 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $2.2 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.8 billion; deposits, other deposits, $3.5 billion; and borrowings, $1.9 billion (borrowings from others, $1.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

February 23, 2005

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $32.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending February 23, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $4.1 billion; other securities, $4.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $2.3 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $17.3 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $2.6 billion; cash assets, $1.3 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$3.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.8 billion (other assets, $3.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.9 billion; deposits, other deposits, $14.3 billion; borrowings, $9.3 billion (borrowings from others, $9.1 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $7.5 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized consumer loans, other securitized consumer loans, $2.9 billion.

February 9, 2005

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $4.5 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending February 9, 2005. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, -$1.7 billion; cash assets, -$1.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$1.4 billion (other assets, -$1.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$0.6 billion; borrowings, -$0.5 billion (borrowings from others, -$0.5 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$2.4 billion (other liabilities, -$2.4 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $1.0 billion. The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized consumer loans, securitized credit cards and other revolving plans, $14.5 billion.

December 29, 2004

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.0 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 29, 2004. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $1.1 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $12.0 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $1.0 billion; cash assets, -$2.4 billion; and total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$6.7 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: net due to related foreign offices, $2.0 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $3.0 billion.

August 4, 2004

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $5.1 billion in the week ending August 4, 2004. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.0 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, closed-end residential loans, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, commercial real estate loans, $1.0 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $1.0 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.5 billion; borrowings, $0.8 billion (borrowings from others, $0.6 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

April 21, 2004

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $15.5 billion in the week ending April 21, 2004. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.9 billion; other securities, $1.3 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $2.1 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $1.3 billion; real estate loans other than revolving home equity loans, $6.2 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.4 billion (other assets, $1.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.0 billion; deposits, other deposits, $7.4 billion; borrowings, $5.0 billion (borrowings from bank in the U.S., $1.3 billion; borrowings from others, $3.7 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.6 billion.

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks divested $5.0 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending April 21, 2004. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, -$5.8 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, -$1.8 billion; loans to commercial banks, +$2.8 billion; and other asset item(s), -$0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, -$1.3 billion; deposits, other deposits, -$1.5 billion; borrowings, -$0.5 billion; net due to related foreign offices, -$1.1 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$0.6 billion (other liabilities, -$0.6 billion). The major memoranda item affected was the following: securitized consumer loans, securitized credit cards and other revolving plans, -$6.6 billion.

December 17, 2003

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $38.2 billion in the week ending December 17, 2003. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $2.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $14.5 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $7.4 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $12.6 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $1.2 billion (other assets, $1.2 billion). The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.2 billion; and borrowings, $36.0 billion (borrowings from others, $36.0 billion).

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $28.9 billion in the week ending December 17, 2003. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $5.7 billion; real estate loans, -$4.7 billion; all other loans and leases, $27.1 billion; and loans to commercial banks, $0.8 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $28.9 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.5 billion; borrowings from others, $28.4 billion).

November 5, 2003

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $24.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 5, 2003. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $22.4 billion; and other assets including trading assets, $2.2 billion (other assets, $2.2 billion). The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $23.1 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $12.9 billion; borrowings from others, $10.2 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.5 billion.

October 1, 2003

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs), owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," the assets and liabilities of foreign-related institutions increased $11.4 billion in the week ending October 1, 2003. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $5.3 billion; real estate loans, $4.7 billion; and all other loans and leases, $1.4 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, $11.4 billion (borrowings from others, $11.4 billion).

July 2, 2003

Because of the consolidation onto their balance sheets of variable interest entities (VIEs) owing to the adoption of Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation No. 46, "Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities," and additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $38.5 billion in the week ending July 2, 2003. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $13.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $15.8 billion; consumer loans, credit cards and other revolving plans, $0.7 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $1.2 billion; all other loans and leases, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $6.1 billion (other assets, $6.1 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $37.9 billion (borrowings from others, $37.9 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.6 billion.

May 8, 2002

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $37.7 billion in the week ending May 8, 2002. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $7.4 billion; other securities, $1.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.0 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $2.2 billion; real estate loans other than revolving home equity loans, $14.3 billion; consumer loans, other consumer loans, $5.2 billion; all other loans and leases, $2.0 billion; cash assets, $0.6 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $0.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.9 billion (other assets, $2.9 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.9 billion; deposits, other deposits, $24.7 billion; borrowings, $8.2 billion (borrowings from others, $8.1 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.4 billion (other liabilities, $1.4 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.5 billion.

October 10, 2001

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $23.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 10, 2001. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $4.6 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.9 billion; real estate loans other than revolving home equity loans, $12.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.6 billion (other assets, $3.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.2 billion; deposits, other deposits, $11.0 billion; borrowings, $8.1 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $1.2 billion; borrowings from others, $6.9 billion); other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.2 billion (other liabilities, $1.2 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.0 billion.

June 6, 2001

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $8.4 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending June 6, 2001. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, -$4.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$3.4 billion (other assets, -$3.4 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.4 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: borrowings, -$7.6 billion (borrowings from others, -$7.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) decreased $0.8 billion.

February 7, 2001

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $7.0 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending February 7, 2001. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$1.4 billion; real estate loans, -$3.3 billion; and other assets including trading assets, -$2.3 billion (other assets, -$2.1 billion). The major liability item affected was the following: other liabilities including trading liabilities, -$7.0 billion (other liabilities, -$7.0 billion).

June 21, 2000

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $4.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending June 21, 2000. The major asset items affected were the following: all other loans and leases, $3.3 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $0.9 billion; borrowings, $3.1 billion (borrowings from others, $3.1 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.6 billion.

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks divested $4.3 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending June 21, 2000. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, -$0.8 billion; real estate loans, -$3.3 billion; and other asset item(s), -$0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, -$3.8 billion; borrowings, -$1.0 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., -$1.0 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

April 5, 2000

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $14.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 5, 2000. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $4.5 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.6 billion; real estate loans other than revolving home equity loans, $6.2 billion; consumer loans, $1.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.0 billion (other assets, $1.0 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.0 billion; deposits, other deposits, $7.4 billion; borrowings, $3.9 billion (borrowings from others, $3.9 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.8 billion.

December 8, 1999

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $23.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 8, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $3.2 billion; real estate loans, $16.3 billion; all other loans and leases, $1.0 billion; cash assets, $0.9 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.7 billion (other assets, $1.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $20.2 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $16.3 billion; borrowings from others, $3.9 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.7 billion (other liabilities, $0.7 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.3 billion.

December 1, 1999

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.6 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 1, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $0.9 billion; cash assets, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.4 billion (other assets, $3.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $1.5 billion (borrowings from others, $1.5 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $4.1 billion (other liabilities, $4.1 billion).

October 6, 1999

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $6.3 billion in the week ending October 6, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.1 billion; other securities, $1.3 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, $2.6 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $4.4 billion; and borrowings, $0.8 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

September 22, 1999

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $16.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending September 22, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $16.2 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $13.7 billion (borrowings from others, $13.7 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.6 billion (other liabilities, $0.6 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.2 billion.

March 24, 1999

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $7.7 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending March 24, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $3.6 billion; real estate loans, $2.1 billion; consumer loans, $0.6 billion; all other loans and leases, $0.6 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $1.2 billion; borrowings, $0.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.6 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $5.4 billion.

March 3, 1999

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $5.7 billion in the week ending March 3, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, $3.3 billion; consumer loans, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.7 billion; borrowings, $1.8 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $0.8 billion; borrowings from others, $1.0 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

February 3, 1999

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending February 3, 1999. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $1.6 billion; all other loans and leases, $3.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $5.4 billion (borrowings from others, $5.4 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion.

November 18, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $7.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending November 18, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.5 billion; other securities, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, $4.2 billion; consumer loans, $0.7 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.4 billion; borrowings, $0.8 billion (borrowings from others, $0.8 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.7 billion.

October 21, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $10.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 21, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $2.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $6.6 billion (trading assets, other trading assets, $6.6 billion); and total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $1.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $10.5 billion (borrowings from others, $10.5 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion.

August 19, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending August 19, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.7 billion; real estate loans, $2.7 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.6 billion; borrowings, $1.7 billion (borrowings from others, $1.3 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

July 1, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 1, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $1.2 billion; real estate loans, $2.2 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.4 billion (other assets, $2.4 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $2.1 billion (borrowings from others, $2.1 billion); and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.9 billion (other liabilities, $1.9 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $2.2 billion.

April 8, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 8, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: consumer loans, $7.2 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.4 billion (other assts, $1.4 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.4 billion. The major liability item affected was the following: other liabilities including trading liabilities, $8.2 billion (other liabilities, $8.2 billion).

April 1, 1998

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 1, 1998. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.4 billion; other securities, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, $2.9 billion; consumer loans, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.7 billion; borrowings, $2.8 billion (borrowings from banks in the U.S., $1.2 billion; borrowings from others, $1.6 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.9 billion.

July 2, 1997

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $7.2 billion in the week ending July 2, 1997. The major asset items affected were the following: other securities, $2.2 billion; real estate loans, $4.0 billion; and other asset item(s), $1.0 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $4.9 billion; borrowings, $1.3 billion (borrowings from others, $1.3 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.6 billion.

June 4, 1997

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $4.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending June 4, 1997. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, $2.8 billion; consumer loans, $0.6 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.8 billion; borrowings, $1.3 billion (borrowings from others, $1.2 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

April 9, 1997

Because of the conversion of thrift institutions to commercial banks, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $8.5 billion in the week ending April 9, 1997. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.6 billion; real estate loans, residential real estate loans, revolving home equity loans, $0.7 billion; real estate loans other than revolving home equity loans, $4.6 billion; consumer loans, $0.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $6.0 billion; borrowings, $1.2 billion (borrowings from others, $1.2 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.8 billion.

March 5, 1997

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $12.7 billion in the week ending March 5, 1997. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.1 billion; other securities, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, $7.9 billion; consumer loans, $0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.7 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $8.6 billion; borrowings, $0.5 billion; and other liabilities including trading liabilities, $2.0 billion (other liabilities, $2.0 billion). The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $1.1 billion.

July 3, 1996

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.4 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 3, 1996. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.7 billion; real estate loans, $1.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $2.8 billion (other assets, $2.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.3 billion.

May 1, 1996

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending May 1, 1996. The major asset items affected were the following: other assets including trading assets, $4.8 billion (other assets, $4.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $4.2 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion. The residual (assets less liabilities) increased $0.5 billion.

January 3, 1996

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $7.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending January 3, 1996. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.8 billion; real estate loans, $3.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.5 billion; other liabilities including trading liabilities, $1.0 billion (other liabilities, $1.0 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.8 billion.

February 1, 1995

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending February 1, 1995. The major asset items affected were the following: commercial and industrial loans, $2.5 billion; real estate loans, $1.7 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.8 billion (other assets, $0.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $2.7 billion; borrowings, $2.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.6 billion.

December 7, 1994

Because of the conversion of a thrift institution to a commercial bank and, additionally, the acquisition of assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $4.5 billion in the week ending December 7, 1994. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.1 billion; real estate loans, $2.9 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.3 billion; borrowings, $0.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.7 billion.

December 1, 1993

Because of the conversion of thrift institutions to commercial banks, the assets and liabilities of domestically chartered commercial banks increased $5.1 billion in the week ending December 1, 1993. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.5 billion; real estate loans, $3.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $2.2 billion; deposits, other deposits, $0.8 billion; borrowings, $1.4 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.7 billion.

October 6, 1993

Domestically chartered commercial banks divested $11.3 billion in assets and liabilities to nonbank institutions in the week ending October 6, 1993. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, -$5.3 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, -$4.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, -$1.1 billion (other assets, -$1.1 billion); and other asset item(s), -$0.2 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, -$11.2 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion.

In addition, domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $1.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbanks in the week ending October 6, 1993. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $0.8 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.5 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $0.5 billion; other liabilities including trading liabilities, $0.6 billion (other liabilities, $0.6 billion); and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

July 7, 1993

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $13.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 7, 1993. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $7.5 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $5.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (trading assets, other trading assets, $0.9 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.1 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: borrowings, $13.1 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion.

April 1, 1992

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.8 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending April 1, 1992. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.3 billion; real estate loans, $3.6 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $0.6 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.7 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.6 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.5 billion; deposits, other deposits, $5.7 billion; borrowings, $0.7 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion.

October 2, 1991

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $4.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 2, 1991. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $0.6 billion; real estate loans, $2.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.5 billion (other assets, $0.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.9 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.7 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.6 billion.

June 5, 1991

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $8.3 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending June 5, 1991. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.3 billion; other securities, $1.5 billion; commercial and industrial loans, $0.8 billion; real estate loans, $1.6 billion; consumer loans, $0.5 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.8 billion (other assets, $1.8 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.8 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $3.8 billion; borrowings, $4.0 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.5 billion.

December 19, 1990

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.0 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 19, 1990. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $1.4 billion; real estate loans, $3.3 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.0 billion; borrowings, $0.6 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.4 billion.

December 5, 1990

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.1 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending December 5, 1990. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $3.7 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.7 billion (other assets, $0.7 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.6 billion; deposits, other deposits, $4.6 billion; and other liability item(s), -$0.1 billion.

October 3, 1990

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $6.9 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 3, 1990. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $1.9 billion; consumer loans, $0.6 billion; all other loans and leases, $1.2 billion; cash assets, $0.9 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $1.4 billion; other assets including trading assets, $0.6 billion (other assets, $0.6 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.3 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.4 billion; borrowings, $1.3 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

July 4, 1990

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.7 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending July 4, 1990. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $2.7 billion; cash assets, $1.1 billion; other assets including trading assets, $1.5 billion (other assets, $1.5 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.4 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $1.0 billion; deposits, other deposits, $4.5 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

May 23, 1990

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $5.2 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending May 23, 1990. The major asset items affected were the following: Treasury and agency securities, $2.6 billion; real estate loans, $1.4 billion; cash assets, $0.5 billion; and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, other deposits, $5.0 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.2 billion.

October 18, 1989

Domestically chartered commercial banks acquired $7.5 billion in assets and liabilities of nonbank institutions in the week ending October 18, 1989. The major asset items affected were the following: real estate loans, $0.9 billion; total federal funds sold and reverse RPs, $2.8 billion; other assets including trading assets, $3.1 billion (other assets, $3.1 billion); and other asset item(s), $0.7 billion. The major liability items affected were the following: deposits, large time deposits, $0.7 billion; deposits, other deposits, $5.7 billion; borrowings, $1.0 billion; and other liability item(s), $0.1 billion.

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