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 Series Title: Personal sector; difference between FOF and NIPA personal saving excluding consumer durables as a percentage of disposable personal income; Flow, SA; Quarterly
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 1946 04 31.249514875947410
 1947 04  232.627101598856350
 1948 04 732·116567657001200
 1949 04  261.970431144156420
 1950 04 761.615486247260640
 1951 04  224·112505531997810
 1952 01 6210.488456825657000
 1952 02 288·923682297153470
 1952 03 282.836894326664070
 1952 04 310.245876359232369
 1953 01  656·605586869390380
 1953 02  418.104932134364680
 1953 03  91.352901283271050
 1953 04  340.364014175510578
 1954 01 943.607818683853040
 1954 02 96.725409995784720
 1954 03 950·382508542330800
 1954 04 35-1.513038922635200
 1955 01  866.859226472749310
 1955 02  22.859412163034180
 1955 03  860.955863061394787
 1955 04  68-0·144626149725457
 1956 01 66.599169340244320
 1956 02 135.082179274310180
 1956 03 70.682450400398773
 1956 04 880.331784809807728
 1957 01  416·575909545228680
 1957 02  625·470567051325770
 1957 03  91·401601063826600
 1957 04  770.582106996067304
 1958 01 47·295731042359840
 1958 02 933.138057812162910
 1958 03 671.576784883667780
 1958 04 420·420820339202414
 1959 01  334.449760586598940
 1959 02  753.626881407056980
 1959 03  820.327119389289772
 1959 04  15-2.149115419581830
 1960 01 907.258743541108720
 1960 02 33.345578788346480
 1960 03 78-0·298941374234384
 1960 04 51-0.821145904691252
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 1961 02  944.923320356894150
 1961 03  7-1.541493298786550
 1961 04  34-1·719252242789120
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 1962 02 941.725230838739650
 1962 03 44-1·321793025992800
 1962 04 68-1·354891339227180
 1963 01  371·185017395101160
 1963 02  712·348388934984330
 1963 03  89-0·461293792274351
 1963 04  870·869809038350905
 1964 01 381.983692541234150
 1964 02 202·081894542977860
 1964 03 683.291643813540860
 1964 04 460.675348916277955
 1965 01  571·626087517384290
 1965 02  601.883959422525480
 1965 03  304.081344975842240
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 1966 04 391·030025045229920
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 1967 02  140·778797537778440
 1967 03  335·605863538920360
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 1968 04 98-2.278771346140980
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 1969 02  87-1.504932974392210
 1969 03  14.127016253418990
 1969 04  851·720119176535690
 1970 01 486.112499502837170
 1970 02 434.171273709632860
 1970 03 1410.552059908632300
 1970 04 78-6.187782149297610
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 1971 02  306·225200633648040
 1971 03  385.614187897938040
 1971 04  8-7·080588986274190
 1972 01 286.911460741973870
 1972 02 426.371285247345330
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 1972 04 32-2·207772254071900
 1973 01  564.941757033749440
 1973 02  987·357814707804080
 1973 03  472·220767725794700
 1973 04  310.497941599694073
 1974 01 173.316030902949680
 1974 02 421·734026214068260
 1974 03 57-1·486841472964600
 1974 04 12-0·948562455517516
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 1975 02  434.107942497843420
 1975 03  300·711177888959826
 1975 04  70·911836651026857
 1976 01 202.946364413729090
 1976 02 966.486030579613870
 1976 03 910.632764508723997
 1976 04 723.182716427316470
 1977 01  116·256868875799390
 1977 02  191.629176597498090
 1977 03  912.318488201317050
 1977 04  890·522136442014502
 1978 01 384.439173561157920
 1978 02 570·892404614598140
 1978 03 51.044479933601140
 1978 04 650·053691571283489
 1979 01  390·238578921431196
 1979 02  780.685001338065180
 1979 03  330·799907690426216
 1979 04  314.552450289195020
 1980 01 761.377439502916930
 1980 02 787.907458578393630
 1980 03 15.027023645275710
 1980 04 442·357256120601380
 1981 01  384.469917393010530
 1981 02  754.991689672334540
 1981 03  596.326699422890200
 1981 04  856.327217608157950
 1982 01 367.199125596864120
 1982 02 124.156544444983670
 1982 03 838.766636020334040
 1982 04 62-0.273843656051628
 1983 01  107.530834212122830
 1983 02  618·590419395051860
 1983 03  738·167636396147750
 1983 04  6-3.133849702310380
 1984 01 224·559847946706000
 1984 02 145.567234302108170
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 1984 04 73-0·213497832216068
 1985 01  608·244692142950770
 1985 02  90-0.194427935408662
 1985 03  76-1·306279873934750
 1985 04  45-1·704030138462770
 1986 01 366.781901656145920
 1986 02 357.104551016363540
 1986 03 163.810331564581640
 1986 04 298.365272590806590
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 1987 02  166.639758119921870
 1987 03  747·567935084082470
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 1989 02  912·322899476984850
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 1992 03 875·040913408053470
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 1993 02  12.770578116424030
 1993 03  586.069276672500130
 1993 04  52-1·267234074564850
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 1994 02 775·233088518346180
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 1995 03  603·369348763989210
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 1997 02  466.076553283196510
 1997 03  715.092651361272700
 1997 04  51-1.112583986549430
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 1998 02 478.440957091669660
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 1998 04 93-5·234301296233460
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 1999 02  65-0·184532944280546
 1999 03  952.106626106882530
 1999 04  9-1.635195143595360
 2000 01 1-6·726187562245870
 2000 02 93-3·572124273462370
 2000 03 91-5·382539000908020
 2000 04 553.636639705152230
 2001 01  6-0·842312190520116
 2001 02  52-3·361523677758480
 2001 03  340·805067001235900
 2001 04  12-1.624955029788320
 2002 01 57-2.074916148372400
 2002 02 84-2·809664124352770
 2002 03 1-5.239231654640220
 2002 04 87-0·388281950726228
 2003 01  90-7.733792275468700
 2003 02  594·390775702825430
 2003 03  92-0·896391808743527
 2003 04  112·203353934830010
 2004 01 705·291430483125970
 2004 02 72-1·694866633594470
 2004 03 322.588807427709230
 2004 04 420.376467690684034
 2005 01  83-2.981037088901090
 2005 02  425.356270669680090
 2005 03  71-3·733787679242020
 2005 04  612.030630995351030
 2006 01 42-0.993681146941591
 2006 02 12-1·295079417027370
 2006 03 85-8·796521132986010
 2006 04 740·151843636913968
 2007 01  862·698186690197750
 2007 02  51-9.034472833499270
 2007 03  759.318928365772180
 2007 04  148.727194719517980
 2008 01 788.827404607579560
 2008 02 556·101915628336760
 2008 03 6510.165375823111700
 2008 04 3612·143437931061700
 2009 01  46.166536055197430
 2009 02  42-4.520514605676490
 2009 03  7-7·973635216435380
 2009 04  232·932867828601850
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 2010 02 554.405154965073080
 2010 03 75-1·234499430528020
 2010 04 815.300786515566000
 2011 01  400.428512983788636
 2011 02  6512.092584210461600
 2011 03  7012.865711152126200
 2011 04  423.513839780543530
 2012 01 50-4.912386012797110
 2012 02 669·051346333275240
 2012 03 17-1.074755580698840
 2012 04 62-1.728745055182160
 2013 01  974·336852077563730
 2013 02  765·526468180886470
 2013 03  661·087889218315920
 2013 04  245·544124767134990
 2014 01 940.929920427565982
 2014 02 402.711180152276280


 2014 03 94-1·747453768338400
 2014 04 338·179549620048220
 2015 01  784.641458874835680
 2015 02  27-5.195720051250240
 2015 03  14.310469289953800
 2015 04  211.988482867616130
 2016 01 135·023300971325320
 2016 02 314.118032827650590
 2016 03 110.033518144448075
 2016 04 45-2.397268705895490
 2017 01  862.915706238093050
 2017 02  712·906308227606640
 2017 03  75-1.076558059078780
 2017 04  872·293376836891080
 2018 01 105.926646711062250
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Data Headings

F.1 Total Credit Market Borrowing and Lending
Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Credit market borrowing
  • 002. Domestic nonfinancial sectors
  • 003. Household sector
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 006. Federal government
  • 007. State and local governments
  • 008. Domestic financial sectors
  • 009. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 010. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Life insurance companies
  • 013. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 014. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 015. ABS issuers
  • 016. Finance companies
  • 017. REITs
  • 018. Brokers and dealers
  • 019. Holding companies
  • 020. Funding corporations
  • 021. Rest of the world
  • 022. Credit market lending
  • 023. Domestic nonfinancial sectors
  • 024. Household sector
  • 025. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 026. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 027. Federal government
  • 028. State and local governments
  • 029. Domestic financial sectors
  • 030. Monetary authority
  • 031. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 032. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 033. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 034. Credit unions
  • 035. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 036. Life insurance companies
  • 037. Private pension funds
  • 038. Federal government retirement funds
  • 039. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 040. Money market mutual funds
  • 041. Mutual funds
  • 042. Closed-end funds
  • 043. Exchange-traded funds
  • 044. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 045. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 046. ABS issuers
  • 047. Finance companies
  • 048. REITs
  • 049. Brokers and dealers
  • 050. Holding companies
  • 051. Funding corporations
  • 052. Rest of the world
  • (1) Excludes corporate equities and mutual fund shares.

    F.2 Credit Market Borrowing by Nonfinancial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Domestic
  • 002. By instrument
  • 003. Commercial paper
  • 004. Treasury securities
  • 005. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 006. Municipal securities
  • 007. Corporate bonds
  • 008. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 009. Other loans and advances
  • 010. Mortgages
  • 011. Home
  • 012. Multifamily residential
  • 013. Commercial
  • 014. Farm
  • 015. Consumer credit
  • 016. By sector
  • 017. Household sector
  • 018. Nonfinancial business
  • 019. Corporate
  • 020. Noncorporate
  • 021. Federal government
  • 022. State and local governments
  • 023. Foreign borrowing in U.S.
  • 024. Commercial paper
  • 025. Bonds
  • 026. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 027. Other loans and advances
  • 028. Domestic and foreign
  • F.3 Credit Market Borrowing by Financial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. By instrument
  • 002. Open market paper
  • 003. GSE issues
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pool sec
  • 005. Corporate bonds
  • 006. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 007. Other loans and advances
  • 008. Mortgages
  • 009. By sector
  • 010. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 011. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 012. Credit unions
  • 013. Life insurance companies
  • 014. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 015. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 016. ABS issuers
  • 017. Finance companies
  • 018. REITs
  • 019. Brokers and dealers
  • 020. Holding companies
  • 021. Funding corporations
  • F.4 Credit Market Borrowing, All Sectors, by Instrument
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Total
  • 002. Open market paper
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Municipal securities
  • 006. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 007. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 008. Other loans and advances
  • 009. Mortgages
  • 010. Consumer credit
  • Memo:
    Funds raised through corporate equities and mutual fund shares
  • 011. Total net issues
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Nonfinancial
  • Foreign shares purchased by
  • 014. U.S. residents
  • 015. Financial
  • 016. Mutual fund shares
  • F.5 Net Increase in Liabilities and Its Relation to Net Acquisition of Financial Assets
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    Net flows through credit markets
  • 001. (from table F.4, line
  • 002. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 003. SDR certificates
  • 004. Treasury currency
  • 005. Foreign deposits
  • 006. Net interbank transactions
  • 007. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 008. Small time and savings deposits
  • 009. Large time deposits
  • 010. Money market fund shares
  • 011. Security repurchase agreements
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Trade payables
  • 015. Security credit
  • 016. Life insurance reserves
  • 017. Pension entitlements
  • 018. Taxes payable
  • 019. Noncorporate proprietors’ equity
  • 020. Miscellaneous
  • 021. Total financial sources
  • - Liabilities not identified as assets:
  • 022. Treasury currency
  • 023. Foreign deposits
  • 024. Net interbank liabilities
  • 025. Security repurchase agreements
  • 026. Taxes payable
  • 027. Miscellaneous
  • - Floats not included in assets:
  • 028. Checkable deposits: State and local govt
  • 029. Federal govt
  • 030. Private domestic
  • 031. Trade credit
  • Totals identified to sectors
  • 032. as assets
  • L.1 Credit Market Debt Outstanding
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. Total credit market debt owed by:
  • 002. Domestic nonfinancial sectors
  • 003. Household sector
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 006. Federal government
  • 007. State and local governments
  • 008. Domestic financial sectors
  • 009. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 010. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Life insurance companies
  • 013. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 014. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 015. ABS issuers
  • 016. Finance companies
  • 017. REITs
  • 018. Brokers and dealers
  • 019. Holding companies
  • 020. Funding corporations
  • 021. Rest of the world
  • 022. Total credit market assets held by:
  • 023. Domestic nonfinancial sectors
  • 024. Household sector
  • 025. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 026. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 027. Federal government
  • 028. State and local governments
  • 029. Domestic financial sectors
  • 030. Monetary authority
  • 031. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 032. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 033. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 034. Credit unions
  • 035. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 036. Life insurance companies
  • 037. Private pension funds
  • 038. Federal government retirement funds
  • 039. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 040. Money market mutual funds
  • 041. Mutual funds
  • 042. Closed-end funds
  • 043. Exchange-traded funds
  • 044. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 045. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 046. ABS issuers
  • 047. Finance companies
  • 048. REITs
  • 049. Brokers and dealers
  • 050. Holding companies
  • 051. Funding corporations
  • 052. Rest of the world
  • (1) Excludes corporate equities and mutual fund shares.

    L.2 Credit Market Debt Owed by Nonfinancial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. Domestic
  • 002. By instrument
  • 003. Commercial paper
  • 004. Treasury securities
  • 005. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 006. Municipal securities
  • 007. Corporate bonds
  • 008. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 009. Other loans and advances
  • 010. Mortgages
  • 011. Home
  • 012. Multifamily residential
  • 013. Commercial
  • 014. Farm
  • 015. Consumer credit
  • 016. By sector
  • 017. Household sector
  • 018. Nonfinancial business
  • 019. Corporate
  • 020. Noncorporate
  • 021. Federal government
  • 022. State and local governments
  • Foreign credit market debt
  • 023. held in U.S.
  • 024. Commercial paper
  • 025. Bonds
  • 026. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 027. Other loans and advances
  • 028. Domestic and foreign
  • L.3 Credit Market Debt Owed by Financial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. By instrument
  • 002. Open market paper
  • 003. GSE issues
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pool sec
  • 005. Corporate bonds
  • 006. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 007. Other loans and advances
  • 008. Mortgages
  • 009. By sector
  • 010. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 011. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 012. Credit unions
  • 013. Life insurance companies
  • 014. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 015. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 016. ABS issuers
  • 017. Finance companies
  • 018. REITs
  • 019. Brokers and dealers
  • 020. Holding companies
  • 021. Funding corporations
  • L.4 Credit Market Debt, All Sectors, by Instrument
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. Total
  • 002. Open market paper
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Municipal securities
  • 006. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 007. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 008. Other loans and advances
  • 009. Mortgages
  • 010. Consumer credit
  • Memo:
    Selected claims not included above:
  • 011. Corporate equities
  • 012. Mutual fund shares
  • L.5 Total Liabilities and Its Relation to Total Financial Assets
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

    Total credit market debt
  • 001. (from table L
  • 002. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 003. SDR certificates
  • 004. Treasury currency
  • 005. Foreign deposits
  • 006. Net interbank liabilities
  • 007. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 008. Small time and savings deposits
  • 009. Large time deposits
  • 010. Money market fund shares
  • 011. Security repurchase agreements
  • 012. Mutual fund shares
  • 013. Security credit
  • 014. Life insurance reserves
  • 015. Pension entitlements
  • 016. Trade payables
  • 017. Taxes payable
  • 018. Miscellaneous
  • 019. Total liabilities
  • + Financial assets not included in
    liabilities:
  • 020. Gold
  • 021. Corporate equities
  • 022. Household equity in noncorp. bus
  • - Liabilities not identified as assets:
  • 023. Treasury currency
  • 024. Foreign deposits
  • 025. Net interbank transactions
  • 026. Security repurchase agreements
  • 027. Taxes payable
  • 028. Miscellaneous
  • - Floats not included in assets:
  • 029. Checkable deposits: State and local govt
  • 030. Federal govt
  • 031. Private domestic
  • 032. Trade credit
  • 033. Totals identified to sectors as assets
  • F.6 Distribution of Gross Domestic Product
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross Domestic Product (GDP
  • 002. Personal consumption expenditures
  • 003. Durable goods
  • 004. Nondurable goods
  • 005. Services
  • 006. Gross private domestic investment
  • 007. Fixed investment
  • 008. Nonresidential
  • 009. Household sector (nonprofit organizations
  • 010. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 011. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 012. Financial institutions
  • 013. Residential
  • 014. Household sector
  • 015. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 016. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 017. REITs
  • 018. Change in private inventories
  • 019. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 020. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 021. Net U.S. exports of goods and services
  • 022. Exports
  • 023. - Imports
  • Government consumption expenditures and
  • 024. gross investment
  • 025. Consumption expenditures
  • 026. Federal
  • 027. State and local
  • 028. Gross investment
  • 029. Federal
  • 030. State and local
  • Memo:
  • 031. Net U.S. income receipts from rest of the world
  • 032. U.S. income receipts
  • 033. - U.S. income payments
  • Gross National Product (GNP) =
  • 034. GDP + net U.S. income receipts
  • Acquisition of nonproduced nonfinancial assets (net)
  • 035. Household sector
  • 036. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 037. Federal government
  • 038. State and local governments
  • 039. Rest of the world
  • (1) This table is based on NIPA table 1.1.5 in the Survey of Current Business, Bureau of Economic Analysis (www.bea.gov).
    (2) Component of personal outlays, found on table F.101, line 4.
    (3) Structures, equipment, and intellectual property products.
    (4) Government inventory investment is included in consumption expenditures.

    F.7 Distribution of National Income
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. National Income
  • 002. Compensation of employees
  • 003. Wages and salaries
  • 004. Employer social contributions
  • Proprietors’ income with inventory
  • 005. valuation and capital consumption adjustments
  • Rental income of persons (with capital
  • 006. consumption adjustment
  • Corporate profits with inventory
  • 007. valuation and capital consumption adjustments
  • Corporate profits with inventory
  • 008. valuation adjustment
  • 009. Profits before tax
  • 010. Domestic nonfinancial
  • 011. Domestic financial
  • 012. Rest of the world
  • Less:
  • 013. Taxes on corporate income
  • 014. Domestic nonfinancial
  • 015. Domestic financial
  • Equals:
  • 016. Profits after tax
  • 017. Net dividends
  • 018. Domestic nonfinancial
  • 019. Domestic financial
  • 020. Rest of the world
  • 021. Undistributed profits
  • 022. Domestic nonfinancial
  • 023. Domestic financial
  • 024. Rest of the world
  • 025. Inventory valuation adjustment
  • 026. Capital consumption adjustment
  • 027. Domestic nonfinancial
  • 028. Domestic financial
  • 029. Net interest and miscellaneous payments
  • 030. Taxes on production and imports
  • 031. Less: Subsidies
  • 032. Business current transfer payments (net
  • 033. Current surplus of government enterprises
  • Memo:
    Calculation of Gross Domestic Product
    from National Income: (2)
  • 034. National Income, from line 1 above
  • Plus:
  • 035. Private consumption of fixed capital
  • 036. Government consumption of fixed capital
  • 037. Statistical discrepancy
  • Less:
  • 038. Net U.S. income receipts from rest of the world
  • Equals:
  • 039. Gross Domestic Product
  • (1) This table corresponds to NIPA table 1.12 in the Survey of Current Business, Bureau of Economic Analysis (www.bea.gov).
    (2) The relationship of National Income to Gross Domestic Product is shown on NIPA table 1.7.5 in the Survey of Current Business, Bureau of Economic Analysis.

    F.8 Saving and Investment by Sector
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Net saving
  • 003. Net private saving
  • 004. Domestic business
  • 005. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 006. Financial business
  • 007. Households and institutions
  • 008. Net government saving
  • 009. Federal
  • 010. State and local
  • 011. Consumption of fixed capital
  • 012. Private
  • 013. Domestic business
  • 014. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 015. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 016. Financial business
  • 017. Households and institutions
  • 018. Government
  • 019. Federal
  • 020. State and local
  • Gross domestic investment, capital account
  • 021. transactions, and net lending, NIPAs
  • 022. Gross domestic investment
  • 023. Gross private domestic investment
  • 024. Domestic business
  • 025. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 026. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 027. Financial business
  • 028. Households and institutions
  • 029. Gross government investment
  • 030. Federal
  • 031. State and local
  • 032. Capital account transactions (net
  • 033. Private
  • 034. Domestic business
  • 035. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 036. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 037. Financial business
  • 038. Households and institutions
  • 039. Government
  • 040. Federal
  • 041. State and local
  • 042. Net lending (+) or net borrowing (-), NIPAs
  • 043. Private
  • 044. Domestic business
  • 045. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 046. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 047. Financial business
  • 048. Households and institutions
  • 049. Government
  • 050. Federal
  • 051. State and local
  • 052. Statistical discrepancy (line 21 less line
  • Addenda:
  • 053. Disaster losses
  • 054. Private
  • 055. Domestic business
  • 056. Households and institutions
  • 057. Government
  • 058. Federal
  • 059. State and local
  • (1) This table is based on NIPA table 5.1 in the Survey of Current Business, Bureau of Economic Analysis (www.bea.gov). It is consistent with the Integrated Macroeconomic Accounts of the
    United States jointly compiled by the Federal Reserve Board and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
    (2) Consists of net capital transfers shown on table F.9 and the acquisition of nonproduced nonfinancial assets (net) shown on table F.6.
    (3) Differs from net lending or net borrowing (capital account) in the Integrated Macroeconomic Accounts of the United States by the statistical discrepancy (line 52).

    F.9 Net Capital Transfers
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Capital transfers paid, by sector
  • 002. By private business
  • 003. Financial corporations
  • 004. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 005. Other
  • 006. Nonfinancial corporations
  • 007. Noncorporate business
  • 008. By government
  • 009. Federal
  • 010. Investment grants to state and local govts
  • 011. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 012. Financial stabilization payments
  • 013. Other capital transfers paid to business
  • 014. Other capital transfers paid to persons
  • 015. Capital transfers paid to the rest of the world (net
  • 016. State and local
  • 017. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 018. By persons
  • 019. Estate and gift taxes, federal
  • 020. Estate and gift taxes, state and local
  • 021. By the rest of the world
  • 022. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 023. Other
  • 024. Capital transfers received, by sector
  • 025. By private business
  • 026. Financial corporations
  • 027. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 028. Other
  • 029. Nonfinancial corporations
  • 030. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 031. Other
  • 032. Noncorporate business
  • 033. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 034. Other
  • 035. By government
  • 036. Federal
  • 037. Estate and gift taxes paid by persons
  • 038. State and local
  • 039. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 040. Estate and gift taxes paid by persons
  • 041. Investment grants paid by federal government
  • 042. Other
  • 043. By persons
  • 044. Disaster-related insurance benefits
  • 045. Other
  • 046. By the rest of the world
  • 047. Capital transfers paid by U.S. government
  • 048. Other
  • Addenda: Net capital transfers paid by sector
  • 049. By private business (lines
  • 050. Financial corporations (lines
  • 051. Property-casualty insurance companies (line
  • 052. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 053. Financial stabilization payments
  • 054. Other (lines
  • 055. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 056. Holding companies (GMAC
  • 057. Funding corporations (AIG
  • 058. Nonfinancial corporations (lines
  • 059. Noncorporate business (lines
  • 060. By government (lines
  • 061. Federal (lines
  • 062. State and local (lines
  • 063. By persons (lines
  • 064. By the rest of the world (lines
  • (1) This table is based on NIPA table 5.11 in the Survey of Current Business, Bureau of Economic Analysis (www.bea.gov).
    (2) Sum of lines 53, 55, 56, and 57 equals the negative of line 12. Series treated as capital losses rather than as capital transfers in the Financial Accounts of the United States.

    F.10 Derivation of Measures of Personal Saving
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Foreign deposits
  • 003. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 004. Time and savings deposits
  • 005. Money market fund shares
  • 006. Securities
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Life insurance reserves
  • 015. Pension entitlements
  • 016. Miscellaneous and other assets
  • 017. Gross investment in nonfinancial assets
  • 018. Residential fixed investment
  • 019. Nonresidential fixed investment
  • 020. Consumer durables
  • 021. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 022. Inventories
  • 023. Consumption of fixed capital
  • 024. Residential fixed investment
  • 025. Nonresidential fixed investment
  • 026. Consumer durables
  • 027. Net investment in nonfinancial assets
  • 028. Residential fixed investment
  • 029. Nonresidential fixed investment
  • 030. Consumer durables
  • 031. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 032. Inventories
  • 033. Net increase in liabilities
  • 034. Home mortgages
  • 035. Other mortgages
  • 036. Consumer credit
  • 037. Policy loans
  • 038. Security credit
  • 039. Other liabilities
  • 040. Net capital transfers paid
  • 041. Personal saving, FOF concept (FOF
  • 042. - Net investment in consumer durables
  • 043. - Government insurance and pension fund reserves
  • 044. + Contr. for govt. soc. insur., U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 045. = Personal saving, NIPA concept (FOF
  • 046. Personal saving, NIPA concept (NIPA
  • 047. Difference
  • Memo:
  • 048. Disposable personal income
  • Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income:
  • 049. FOF concept (FOF data) (line
  • 050. NIPA concept (FOF data) (line
  • 051. NIPA concept (NIPA data) (line
  • 052. Difference (line
  • (1) Consolidated statement for households and nonprofit organizations and nonfinancial noncorporate business.
    (2) Directly held and those in closed-end and exchange-traded funds. Other equities are included in mutual fund shares (line 13), life insurance reserves (line 14), and pension entitlements (line 15).
    (3) Line 17 less line 23.
    (4) Table F.9, line 59 plus line 63.
    (5) Railroad Retirement Board, the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust, and federal government life insurance reserves.
    (6) Line 45 and 46 are conceptually equivalent but measure saving using different data.
    Line 45 is net acquisition of financial assets net of government insurance and pension fund reserves (line 1 less line 43) and
    including contributions for government social insurance to U.S.-affiliated areas, plus net investment in nonfinancial assets net of consumer durables (line 27 less line 42) less net increase in liabilities (line 33)
    plus net capital transfers paid (line 40). Personal savings, NIPA concept (NIPA) (line 46) is disposable personal income (line 48) less personal outlays (table F.101, line 4).

    L.10 Assets and Liabilities of the Personal Sector
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. Total financial assets
  • 002. Foreign deposits
  • 003. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 004. Time and savings deposits
  • 005. Money market fund shares
  • 006. Securities
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Life insurance reserves
  • 015. Pension entitlements
  • 016. Life insurance companies
  • 017. Private pension funds
  • 018. Governments
  • 019. Miscellaneous and other assets
  • 020. Total liabilities
  • 021. Home mortgages
  • 022. Other mortgages
  • 023. Consumer credit
  • 024. Policy loans
  • 025. Security credit
  • 026. Other liabilities
  • (1) Combined statement for households and nonprofit organizations and nonfinancial noncorporate business.
    (2) Directly held and those in closed-end and exchange-traded funds. Other equities are included in mutual fund shares (line 13), life insurance reserves (line 14), and pension entitlements (line 15).

    F.100 Domestic Nonfinancial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 002. Gross investment
  • 003. Capital expenditures
  • 004. Consumer durables
  • 005. Fixed residential investment
  • 006. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 007. Inventory change
  • 008. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 009. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 010. Net acqisition of financial assets
  • 011. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 012. Foreign deposits
  • 013. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 014. Time and savings deposits
  • 015. Money market fund shares
  • 016. Security repurchase agreements
  • 017. Credit market instruments
  • 018. Open market paper
  • 019. Treasury securities
  • 020. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 021. Municipal securities
  • 022. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 023. Other loans and advances
  • 024. Mortgages
  • 025. Consumer credit
  • 026. Corporate equities
  • 027. Mutual fund shares
  • 028. Trade receivables
  • 029. Security credit
  • 030. Life insurance reserves
  • 031. Pension entitlements
  • 032. Taxes payable
  • 033. Equity in noncorpate business
  • 034. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 035. Miscellaneous assets
  • 036. Net increase in liabilities
  • 037. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 038. SDR certificates
  • 039. Treasury currency
  • 040. Credit market instruments
  • 041. Open market paper
  • 042. Treasury securities
  • 043. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 044. Municipal securities
  • 045. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 046. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 047. Other loans and advances
  • 048. Mortgages
  • 049. Consumer credit
  • 050. Corporate equities
  • 051. Trade payables
  • 052. Security credit
  • 053. Life insurance reserves
  • 054. Taxes payable
  • 055. Equity in noncorpate business
  • 056. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 057. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 058. Discrepancy
  • (1) Sum of domestic nonfinancial sectors shown on tables F.101 through F.107.

    F.101 Households and Nonprofit Organizations
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Personal income
  • 002. -Personal current taxes
  • 003. = Disposable personal income
  • 004. -Personal outlays
  • 005. = Personal saving, NIPA
  • 006. + Government insurance and pension reserves
  • 007. - Contr. for govt. soc. insur., U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 008. + Net investment in consumer durables
  • 009. + Consumption of fixed capital
  • 010. - Net capital transfers paid
  • 011. = Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 012. Gross investment
  • 013. Capital expenditures
  • 014. Consumer durable goods
  • 015. Residential
  • 016. Nonprofit nonresidential
  • 017. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 018. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 019. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 020. Foreign deposits
  • 021. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 022. Time and savings deposits
  • 023. Money market fund shares
  • 024. Credit market instruments
  • 025. Open market paper
  • 026. Treasury securities
  • 027. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 028. Municipal securities
  • 029. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 030. Other loans and advances
  • 031. Mortgages
  • 032. Consumer credit (student loans
  • 033. Corporate equities
  • 034. Mutual fund shares
  • 035. Security credit
  • 036. Life insurance reserves
  • 037. Pension entitlements
  • 038. Equity in noncorporate business
  • 039. Miscellaneous assets
  • 040. Net increase in liabilities
  • 041. Credit market instruments
  • 042. Home mortgages
  • 043. Consumer credit
  • 044. Municipal securities
  • 045. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 046. Other loans and advances
  • 047. Commercial mortgages
  • 048. Security credit
  • 049. Trade payables
  • 050. Deferred and unpaid life insurance premiums
  • 051. Discrepancy
  • (1) Sector includes domestic hedge funds, private equity funds, and personal trusts.
    Supplementary tables (tables F.101.a and L.101.a) show estimates of annual flows and year-end
    outstandings of nonprofit organizations.
    (2) See table F.10 for derivation of alternative measures of personal saving.
    (3) Railroad Retirement Board, the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust, and federal government life insurance reserves.
    (4) Table F.9, line 63.
    (5) Syndicated loans to nonfinancial corporate business by nonprofits and domestic hedge funds.
    (6) Directly held and those in closed-end and exchange-traded funds. Other equities are included in mutual fund shares (line 34) and life insurance reserves (line 36), and pension entitlements (line 37).
    (7) Includes public and private defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans and annuities, including those in IRAs, at life insurance companies. Excludes social security.
    (8) Includes loans made under home equity lines of credit and home equity loans secured by junior liens, shown on table F.218, line 24.
    (9) Includes loans extended by the Federal Reserve to financial institutions such as domestic hedge funds through the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF), shown on table F.109, line 21.

    F.102 Nonfinancial Business
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Income before taxes
  • 002. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 003. Gross investment
  • 004. Capital expenditures
  • 005. Fixed investment
  • 006. Residential
  • 007. Nonresidential
  • 008. Change in inventories
  • 009. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 010. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 011. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 012. Foreign deposits
  • 013. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 014. Time and savings deposits
  • 015. Money market fund shares
  • 016. Security repurchase agreements
  • 017. Credit market instruments
  • 018. Commercial paper
  • 019. Treasury securities
  • 020. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 021. Municipal securities
  • 022. Mortgages
  • 023. Consumer credit
  • 024. Mutual fund shares
  • 025. Trade receivables
  • 026. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 027. Miscellaneous assets
  • 028. Net increase in liabilities
  • 029. Credit market instruments
  • 030. Commercial paper
  • 031. Municipal securities
  • 032. Corporate bonds
  • 033. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 034. Other loans and advances
  • 035. Mortgages
  • 036. Corporate equities
  • 037. Trade payables
  • 038. Taxes payable
  • 039. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 040. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 041. Proprietors’ net investment
  • 042. Discrepancy
  • (1) Combined statement for nonfinancial corporate business and nonfinancial noncorporate business.

    F.103 Nonfinancial Corporate Business
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Profits before tax (book
  • 002. -Taxes on corporate income
  • 003. -Net dividends
  • 004. + Capital consumption allowance
  • 005. = U.S. internal funds, book
  • 006. + Foreign earnings retained abroad
  • 007. + Inventory valuation adjustment (IVA
  • 008. - Net capital transfers paid
  • 009. = Total internal funds + IVA
  • 010. Gross investment
  • 011. Capital expenditures
  • 012. Fixed investment
  • 013. Inventory change + IVA
  • 014. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 015. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 016. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 017. Foreign deposits
  • 018. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 019. Time and savings deposits
  • 020. Money market fund shares
  • 021. Security repurchase agreements
  • 022. Credit market instruments
  • 023. Commercial paper
  • 024. Treasury securities
  • 025. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 026. Municipal securities
  • 027. Mortgages
  • 028. Consumer credit
  • 029. Mutual fund shares
  • 030. Trade receivables
  • 031. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 032. Miscellaneous assets
  • 033. Insurance receivables
  • 034. Equity in GSEs
  • 035. Investment in finance co. subs
  • 036. Other
  • 037. Net increase in liabilities
  • 038. Net funds raised in markets
  • 039. Net new equity issues
  • 040. Credit market instruments
  • 041. Commercial paper
  • 042. Municipal securities
  • 043. Corporate bonds
  • 044. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 045. Other loans and advances
  • 046. Mortgages
  • 047. Trade payables
  • 048. Taxes payable
  • 049. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 050. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 051. Pension fund contributions payable
  • 052. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 053. Other
  • 054. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 055. Financing gap
  • (1) Consumption of fixed capital plus capital consumption adjustment.
    (2) Table F.9, line 58.
    (3) Nonresidential fixed investment plus residential fixed investment, shown in table F.6, lines 10 and 15 respectively.
    (4) Through 1992:Q4, corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antillean financial subsidiaries, and U.S. direct investment abroad excludes net inflows from those bond issues.
    (5) Industrial revenue bonds issued by state and local governments to finance private investment and secured in interest and principal by the industrial user of the funds.
    (6) Loans from rest of the world, U.S. government, and nonbank financial institutions. Detail can be found on table F.216.
    (7) Capital expenditures (line 11) less the sum of U.S. internal funds (line 5) and inventory valuation adjustment (line 7).

    F.104 Nonfinancial Noncorporate Business
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving = consumption of fixed capital
  • 002. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 003. Gross investment
  • 004. Capital expenditures
  • 005. Fixed investment
  • 006. Change in inventories
  • 007. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 008. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 009. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 010. Time and savings deposits
  • 011. Money market mutual funds
  • 012. Credit market instruments
  • 013. Treasury securities
  • 014. Municipal securities
  • 015. Mortgages
  • 016. Consumer credit
  • 017. Trade receivables
  • 018. Miscellaneous assets
  • 019. Insurance receivables
  • 020. Equity investment in GSEs
  • 021. Other
  • 022. Net increase in liabilities
  • 023. Credit market instruments
  • 024. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 025. Other loans and advances
  • 026. Mortgages
  • 027. Trade payables
  • 028. Taxes payable
  • 029. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 030. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 031. Proprietors’ net investment
  • (1) Net capital transfers paid from table F.9, line 59.
    (2) Nonresidential fixed investment plus residential fixed investment, shown in table F.6, lines 11 and 16 respectively.
    (3) Equity in the Farm Credit System.

    F.105 General Government
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Current receipts, NIPA basis
  • 002. Personal current taxes
  • 003. Taxes on production and imports
  • 004. Taxes on corporate income
  • 005. Taxes from the rest of the world
  • 006. Contributions for govt. social insurance
  • 007. Income receipts on assets
  • 008. Current transfer receipts
  • 009. Current surplus of government enterprises
  • 010. Current expenditures, NIPA basis
  • 011. Consumption expenditures
  • 012. Government social benefits
  • 013. Other current transfer payments
  • 014. Interest payments
  • 015. Subsidies
  • 016. Net saving, NIPA basis
  • 017. + Consumption of fixed capital
  • 018. -Insurance and pension fund reserves
  • 019. -Net capital transfers
  • 020. = Gross saving less net capital transfers
  • 021. Gross investment
  • 022. Fixed investment
  • 023. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 024. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 025. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 026. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 027. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 028. Time and savings deposits
  • 029. Money market fund shares
  • 030. Security repurchase agreements
  • 031. Credit market instruments
  • 032. Open market paper
  • 033. Treasury securities
  • 034. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 035. Municipal securities
  • 036. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 037. Mortgages
  • 038. Consumer credit
  • 039. Other loans and advances
  • 040. Corporate equities
  • 041. Mutual fund shares
  • 042. Trade receivables
  • 043. Taxes receivable
  • 044. Miscellaneous assets
  • 045. Net increase in liabilities
  • 046. SDR allocations
  • 047. SDR certificates
  • 048. Treasury currency
  • 049. Credit market instruments
  • 050. U.S. savings securities
  • 051. Treasury bills and other Treasury securities
  • 052. Budget agency securities
  • 053. Municipal securities
  • 054. Multifamily residential mortgages
  • 055. Other loans and advances
  • 056. Trade payables
  • 057. Insurance reserves
  • 058. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 059. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 060. Net acquisition of financial assets (consolidated
  • 061. Net increase in liabilities (consolidated
  • (1) Sum of the federal government (table F.106) and state and local governments (table F.107) sectors.
    (2) Railroad Retirement Board, the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust, and federal government life insurance reserves.
    Saving transferred to the households and nonprofit organizations sector.
    Includes value of Treasury and agency- and GSE-backed securities held by state and local government employee retirement funds.
    (3) Table F.9, line 60 less line 12.
    (4) Excludes Treasury securities held by state and local governments (line 33) and federal government loans to state and local governments (line 55).

    F.106 Federal Government
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Current receipts, NIPA basis
  • 002. Personal current taxes
  • 003. Taxes on production and imports
  • 004. Taxes on corporate income
  • 005. Taxes from the rest of the world
  • 006. Contributions for govt. social insurance
  • 007. Income receipts on assets
  • 008. Current transfer receipts
  • 009. Current surplus of government enterprises
  • 010. Current expenditures, NIPA basis
  • 011. Consumption expenditures
  • 012. Government social benefits
  • 013. Other current transfer payments
  • 014. Interest payments
  • 015. Subsidies
  • 016. Net saving, NIPA basis
  • 017. + Consumption of fixed capital
  • 018. -Insurance and pension reserves
  • 019. -Net capital transfers paid
  • 020. = Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 021. Gross investment
  • 022. Fixed investment
  • 023. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 024. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 025. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 026. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 027. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 028. Time and savings deposits
  • 029. Credit market instruments
  • 030. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 031. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 032. Other loans and advances
  • 033. Mortgages
  • 034. Consumer credit
  • 035. Corporate equities
  • 036. Trade receivables
  • 037. Taxes receivable
  • 038. Miscellaneous assets
  • 039. Net increase in liabilities
  • 040. SDR allocations
  • 041. SDR certificates
  • 042. Treasury currency
  • 043. Credit market instruments
  • 044. U.S. savings securities
  • 045. Treasury bills
  • 046. Other Treasury securities
  • 047. Budget agency securities
  • 048. Multifamily residential mortgages
  • 049. Trade payables
  • 050. Insurance reserves
  • 051. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 052. Nonmarketable securities held by pension plans
  • 053. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 054. Other
  • 055. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 056. Change in cash balance
  • (1) Railroad Retirement Board, the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust, and federal government life insurance reserves.
    (2) Table F.9, line 61 less line 12.
    (3) Includes loans originated by the Department of Education under the Federal Direct Loan Program, as well as Federal Family Education Loan Program loans that
    the government purchased from depository institutions and finance companies.
    (4) Corporate equities purchased from financial businesses under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) and from GSEs at issuance price.
    (5) Nonmarketable government securities held by the civil service retirement and disability fund, Railroad Retirement Board, judicial retirement fund, military retirement fund,
    and foreign service retirement and disability fund.
    (6) Time and savings deposits (line 29) plus checkable deposits and currency at the monetary authority and U.S.-chartered depository institutions sectors (table F.204, lines 3 and 8).

    F.107 State and Local Governments
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Current receipts, NIPA basis
  • 002. Personal current taxes
  • 003. Taxes on production and imports
  • 004. Taxes on corporate income
  • 005. Contributions for govt. social insurance
  • 006. Income receipts on assets
  • 007. Current transfer receipts
  • 008. Current surplus of government enterprises
  • 009. Current expenditures, NIPA basis
  • 010. Consumption expenditures
  • 011. Govt. social benefit payments to persons
  • 012. Interest payments
  • 013. Subsidies
  • 014. Net saving, NIPA basis
  • 015. + Consumption of fixed capital
  • 016. - Net capital transfers paid
  • 017. = Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 018. Gross investment
  • 019. Fixed investment
  • 020. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 021. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 022. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 023. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 024. Time and savings deposits
  • 025. Money market fund shares
  • 026. Security repurchase agreements
  • 027. Credit market instruments
  • 028. Open market paper
  • 029. Treasury securities
  • 030. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 031. Municipal securities
  • 032. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 033. Mortgages
  • 034. Corporate equities
  • 035. Mutual fund shares
  • 036. Trade receivables
  • 037. Taxes receivable
  • 038. Miscellaneous assets
  • 039. Net increase in liabilities
  • 040. Credit market instruments
  • 041. Municipal securities
  • 042. Short-term
  • 043. Long-term
  • 044. U.S. government loans
  • 045. Trade payables
  • 046. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 047. Discrepancy
  • (1) Data for state and local government employee retirement funds are shown in table F.120.
    (2) Table F.9, line 62.
    (3) Debt with original maturity of 13 months or less.
    (4) Included in miscellaneous liabilities.

    F.108 Financial Business
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 002. Gross investment
  • 003. Capital expenditures
  • 004. Fixed residential investment
  • 005. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 006. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 007. Net acqisition of financial assets
  • 008. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 009. SDR certificates
  • 010. Treasury currency
  • 011. Foreign deposits
  • 012. Net interbank assets
  • 013. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 014. Time and savings deposits
  • 015. Money market fund shares
  • 016. Federal funds and security repos
  • 017. Credit market instruments
  • 018. Open market paper
  • 019. Treasury securities
  • 020. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 021. Municipal securities
  • 022. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 023. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 024. Other loans and advances
  • 025. Mortgages
  • 026. Consumer credit
  • 027. Corporate equities
  • 028. Mutual fund shares
  • 029. Trade receivables
  • 030. Security credit
  • 031. Life insurance reserves
  • 032. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 033. Miscellaneous assets
  • 034. Net increase in liabilities
  • 035. Net interbank liabilities
  • 036. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 037. Time and savings deposits
  • 038. Money market fund shares
  • 039. Federal funds and security repos
  • 040. Credit market instruments
  • 041. Open market paper
  • 042. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 043. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 044. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 045. Other loans and advances
  • 046. Mortgages
  • 047. Corporate equities
  • 048. Mutual fund shares
  • 049. Trade payables
  • 050. Security credit
  • 051. Life insurance reserves
  • 052. Pension entitlements
  • 053. Taxes payable
  • 054. Equity in noncorporate business
  • 055. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 056. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 057. Discrepancy
  • (1) Sum of financial sectors shown on tables F.109 through F.131.

    F.109 Monetary Authority
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross savin
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investmen
  • FA714090005 Net acquisition of financial assets 494.0 7.7 1118.8 481.6 3
  • 004. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 005. SDR certificates
  • 006. Treasury currency
  • FA713022003 Federal Reserve float (2) 0.8 0.1 -0.5 0.4 7
  • 008. Interbank loans
  • 009. Discount window
  • 010. AMLF
  • 011. Security repurchase agreement
  • 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11
  • 012. Credit market instrument
  • 013. Open market paper
  • 014. Treasury securities
  • 015. Treasury bills
  • 016. Other Treasury securities
  • 017. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 018. Mortgage-backed securities
  • 019. Other agency- and GSE-baked securities
  • 020. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 021. Households (TALF
  • 022. Brokers and dealers
  • 023. Funding corporations (Maiden Lane
  • 024. Funding corporations (AIG
  • 025. Funding corporations (Maiden Lane II
  • 026. Funding corporations (Maiden Lane III
  • 027. Funding corporations (CPFF
  • 028. Rest of world
  • 029. Corporate equities
  • 030. Miscellaneous assets
  • 031. Nonofficial foreign currencies
  • 032. Other
  • 033. Net increase in liabilitie
  • 034. Depository institution reserves
  • 035. Vault cash of depository institutions
  • 036. Checkable deposits and currenc
  • 037. Due to federal government
  • 038. Treasury cash holdings
  • 039. Treasury general deposit account
  • 040. Treasury temporary supplementary financing account
  • 041. Due to government-sponsored enterprises
  • 042. Due to rest of the world
  • 043. Currency outside banks
  • 044. Security repurchase agreements
  • 045. Reverse repurchase agreement operations
  • 046. Other
  • 047. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 048. Federal Reserve Bank stock
  • 049. Other
  • 050. Discrepanc
  • (1) Assets and liabilities of Federal Reserve Banks and Treasury monetary accounts that supply or absorb bank reserves. Excludes the accounts of the Federal Reserve Board.
    (2) Shown on table F.203.
    (3) Federal Reserve loans extended to U.S.-chartered depository institutions through term auction credit, primary credit, secondary credit, and seasonal credit.
    (4) Federal Reserve loans extended to U.S.-chartered depository institutions through the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (AMLF).
    (5) Loans extended to financial institutions such as domestic hedge funds through the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF).
    (6) Loans extended through the Federal Reserve’s Primary Dealer Credit Facility (PDCF) and AMLF.
    (7) Loan extended by the Federal Reserve to Maiden Lane LLC to facilitate the arrangements associated with JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s acquisition of Bear Stearns Companies, Inc.
    (8) Loan extended by the Federal Reserve to Maiden Lane II LLC to purchase residential mortgage-backed securities from the U.S. securities lending reinvestment portfolio of AIG subsidiaries.
    (9) Loan extended by the Federal Reserve to Maiden Lane III LLC to purchase CDOs on which AIG has written credit default swap contracts.
    (10) Loan extended by the Federal Reserve to Commercial Paper Funding Facility LLC.
    (11)
    Preferred interests in AIA Aurora LLC and ALICO Holdings LLC, two limited liability companies created to hold all the outstanding common stock of American International Assurance
    Company Ltd (AIA) and American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), two life insurance subsidiaries of AIG.
    (12) Reciprocal currency arrangements (swap lines) with foreign central banks.
    (13) Reverse repurchase agreements (RRPs) conducted as part of the Federal Reserve’s Overnight RRP Operational Exercise (beginning 2013:Q3) and term RRP operations (beginning 2014:Q4).

    F.110 Private Depository Institutions
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 004. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 005. Vault cash
  • 006. Reserves at Federal Reserve
  • 007. Federal funds and security repos
  • 008. Credit market instruments
  • 009. Open market paper
  • 010. Treasury securities
  • 011. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 012. Municipal securities
  • 013. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 014. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 015. Other loans and advances
  • 016. Mortgages
  • 017. Consumer credit
  • 018. Corporate equities
  • 019. Mutual fund shares
  • 020. Security credit
  • 021. Life insurance reserves
  • 022. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 023. Miscellaneous assets
  • 024. Net increase in liabilities
  • 025. Net interbank liabilities
  • 026. Checkable deposits
  • 027. Small time and savings deposits
  • 028. Large time deposits
  • 029. Federal funds and security repos
  • 030. Credit market instruments
  • 031. Open market paper
  • 032. Corporate bonds
  • 033. Other loans and advances
  • 034. Corporate equity issues
  • 035. Taxes payable (net
  • 036. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 037. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 038. Investment by holding companies
  • 039. Investment by funding corporations
  • 040. Other
  • 041. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 042. Consumer leases not included above
  • (1) U.S.-chartered depository institutions (F.111), foreign banking offices (F.112), banks in U.S.-affiliated areas (F.113), and credit unions (F.114).
    (2) Net capital transfers paid from table F.9, line 54.
    (3) Receivables from operating leases, such as consumer automobile leases, are booked as current income when payments are received and are not included in financial assets (or household liabilities).
    The leased automobile is a nonfinancial asset; depreciation flows are included in line 1, and fixed investment flows are included in line 2.
    F.111 U.S.-Chartered Depository Institutions
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates
  • 001. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Vault cash
  • 005. Reserves at Federal Reserve
  • 006. Federal funds and security repos
  • 007. Credit market instruments
  • 008. Open market paper
  • 009. Treasury securities
  • 010. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 011. Residential mortgage pass-through securities
  • 012. Commercial mortgage pass-through securities
  • 013. Residential CMOs and other structured MBS
  • 014. Commercial CMOs and other structured MBS
  • 015. Other
  • 016. Municipal securities
  • 017. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 018. Private residential mortgage pass-through securities
  • 019. Private commercial mortgage pass-through securities
  • 020. Private residential CMOs and other structured MBS
  • 021. Private commercial CMOs and other structured MBS
  • 022. Other
  • 023. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 024. Other loans and advances
  • 025. Mortgages
  • 026. Consumer credit
  • 027. Corporate equities
  • 028. Mutual fund shares
  • 029. Security credit
  • 030. Life insurance reserves
  • 031. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 032. Miscellaneous assets
  • 033. Net increase in liabilities
  • 034. Net interbank liabilities
  • 035. Federal Reserve float
  • 036. Borrowing from Federal Reserve banks
  • 037. To domestic banking
  • 038. To foreign banks
  • 039. Checkable deposits
  • 040. Federal government
  • 041. Private domestic
  • 042. Rest of the world
  • 043. Small time and savings deposits
  • 044. Large time deposits
  • 045. Federal funds and security repos
  • 046. Credit market instruments
  • 047. Open market paper
  • 048. Corporate bonds
  • 049. Other loans and advances
  • 050. Corporate equity issues
  • 051. Taxes payable (net
  • 052. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 053. Investment by holding companies
  • 054. Other
  • 055. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 056. Consumer leases not included above
  • (1) Net capital transfers paid from table F.9, line 54.
    (2) Receivables from operating leases, such as consumer automobile leases, are booked as current income when payments are received and are not included in financial assets (or household liabilities).
    The leased automobile is a nonfinancial asset; depreciation flows are included in line 1, and fixed investment flows are included in line 2.
    F.112 Foreign Banking Offices in U.S. (1)
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates
  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Vault cash
  • 005. Reserves at Federal Reserve
  • 006. Federal funds and security repos
  • 007. Credit market instruments
  • 008. Open market paper
  • 009. Treasury securities
  • 010. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 011. Municipal securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 014. Other loans and advances
  • 015. Mortgages
  • 016. Corporate equities
  • 017. Security credit
  • 018. Miscellaneous assets
  • 019. Net increase in liabilities
  • 020. Net interbank liabilities
  • 021. To foreign banks
  • 022. To domestic banks
  • 023. Checkable deposits
  • 024. Small time and savings deposits
  • 025. Large time deposits
  • 026. Federal funds and security repos
  • 027. Acceptance liabilities
  • 028. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 029. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 030. Investment by funding corporations
  • 031. Other
  • 032. Discrepancy
  • (1) Branches and agencies of foreign banks, Edge Act and Agreement corporations, New York investment companies (through 1996:Q2), and American Express Bank (through 2008:Q4).
    F.113 Banks in U.S.-Affiliated Areas (1)
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates
  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Credit market instruments
  • 005. Treasury securities
  • 006. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 007. Municipal securities
  • 008. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 009. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 010. Home mortgages
  • 011. Commercial mortgages
  • 012. Miscellaneous assets
  • 013. Net increase in liabilities
  • 014. Net interbank liabilities
  • 015. Checkable deposits
  • 016. Small time and savings deposits
  • 017. Large time deposits
  • 018. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 019. Discrepancy
  • (1) Commercial banks and branches of U.S.-chartered depository institutions located in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and other U.S.-affiliated insular areas.

    F.114 Credit Unions
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Reserves at Federal Reserve
  • 005. Federal funds and security repos
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 013. Home mortgages
  • 014. Consumer credit
  • 015. Mutual fund shares
  • 016. Miscellaneous assets
  • 017. Net increase in liabilities
  • 018. Net interbank liabilities
  • 019. Shares/deposits
  • 020. Checkable
  • 021. Small time and savings
  • 022. Large time
  • 023. Federal funds and security repos
  • 024. Other loans and advances
  • 025. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 026. Discrepancy
  • F.115 Property-Casualty Insurance Companies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Money market fund shares
  • 006. Security repurchase agreements
  • 007. Credit market instruments
  • 008. Open market paper
  • 009. Treasury securities
  • 010. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 011. Municipal securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Commercial mortgages
  • 014. Corporate equities
  • 015. Mutual fund shares
  • 016. Trade receivables
  • 017. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 018. Net increase in liabilities
  • 019. Security repurchase agreements
  • 020. Corporate equity issues
  • 021. Taxes payable (net
  • 022. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 023. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 024. Investment by parent companies
  • 025. Policy payables
  • 026. Discrepancy
  • (1) Net capital transfers paid from table F.9, line 51.

    F.116 Life Insurance Companies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Money market fund shares
  • 006. Security repurchase agreements
  • 007. Credit market instruments
  • 008. Open market paper
  • 009. Treasury securities
  • 010. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 011. Municipal securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Other loans and advances
  • 014. Mortgages
  • 015. Corporate equities
  • 016. Mutual fund shares
  • 017. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 018. Miscellaneous assets
  • 019. Equity in FHLB
  • 020. Deferred and unpaid life ins. premiums
  • 021. Other
  • 022. Net increase in liabilities
  • 023. Security repurchase agreements
  • 024. Corporate equity issues
  • 025. Other loans and advances
  • 026. Life insurance reserves
  • 027. Pension entitlements
  • 028. Taxes payable (net
  • 029. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 030. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 031. Investment by parent companies
  • 032. Other reserves
  • 033. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 034. Other
  • 035. Discrepancy
  • (1) Additional detail on the financial assets and liabilities held in life insurer’s general and separate accounts is available on tables F.116.g and F.116.s.
    (2) Annuity reserves held by life insurance companies, excluding unallocated contracts held by pension funds, which are shown on line 33.
    (3) Includes reserves for accident and health policies, policy dividend accumulation, and contract claims.

    F.116.g Life Insurance Companies: General Accounts
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Money market fund shares
  • 004. Security repurchase agreements
  • 005. Credit market instruments
  • 006. Open market paper
  • 007. Treasury securities
  • 008. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 009. Municipal securities
  • 010. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 011. Other loans and advances
  • 012. Mortgages
  • 013. Corporate equities
  • 014. Mutual fund shares
  • 015. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 016. Miscellaneous assets
  • 017. Net increase in liabilities
  • 018. Security repurchase agreements
  • 019. Corporate equity issues
  • 020. Other loans and advances
  • 021. Life insurance reserves
  • 022. Pension entitlements
  • 023. Taxes payable (net
  • 024. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 025. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • (1) Annuity reserves held by life insurance companies, excluding unallocated contracts held by pension funds, which are included in miscellaneous liabilities (line 25).

    F.116.s Life Insurance Companies: Separate Accounts
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Credit market instruments
  • 004. Open market paper
  • 005. Treasury securities
  • 006. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 007. Municipal securities
  • 008. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 009. Other loans and advances
  • 010. Mortgages
  • 011. Corporate equities
  • 012. Mutual fund shares
  • 013. Miscellaneous assets
  • 014. Net increase in liabilities
  • 015. Life insurance reserves
  • 016. Pension entitlements
  • 017. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • (1) Annuity reserves held by life insurance companies, excluding unallocated contracts held by pension funds, which are included in miscellaneous liabilities (line 17).

    F.117 Private and Public Pension Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Time and savings deposits
  • 006. Money market fund shares
  • 007. Security repurchase agreements
  • 008. Credit market instruments
  • 009. Open market paper
  • 010. Treasury securities
  • 011. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Mortgages
  • 014. Corporate equities
  • 015. Mutual fund shares
  • 016. Miscellaneous assets
  • 017. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 018. Contributions receivable
  • 019. Nonmarketable Treasury securities
  • 020. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 021. Other
  • 022. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • Memo:
  • 023. Household retirement assets (7) 690.0 658.4 381.5 ND
  • 024. Defined benefit plans
  • 025. Defined contribution plans
  • 026. Individual retirement plans (IRAs) (8) 208.0 177.2 -110.9 ND
  • 027. Annuities at life insurance companies (9) 69.3 64.3 47.7 ND
  • (1) Private pension funds, state and local government employee retirement funds, and federal government employee retirement funds defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans.
    (2) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (3) Assets of pension plans held at life insurance companies; series begins 1985:Q4.
    (4) Nonmarketable government securities held by the civil service retirement and disability fund, Railroad Retirement Board, judicial retirement fund, military retirement fund,
    and foreign service retirement and disability fund.
    (5) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements.
    (6) Actuarial value of accrued pension entitlements in defined benefit plans and assets of defined contribution plans. These liabilities are assets of the household sector.
    (7) Households’ retirement assets in tax-deferred accounts, including employer sponsored pension plans, IRAs, Roth IRAs, and annuities.
    (8) IRA assets are not included above. See memo item on table F.226 for a sectoral distribution of IRA accounts.
    (9) Annuities held in IRAs at life insurance companies are excluded. They are included in line 26.

    F.118 Private Pension Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Time and savings deposits
  • 006. Money market fund shares
  • 007. Security repurchase agreements
  • 008. Credit market instruments
  • 009. Open market paper
  • 010. Treasury securities
  • 011. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Mortgages
  • 014. Corporate equities
  • 015. Mutual fund shares
  • 016. Miscellaneous assets
  • 017. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 018. Contributions receivable
  • 019. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 020. Other
  • 021. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • Memo:
    Net acquisition of financial assets (6)
  • 022. Defined benefit plans
  • 023. Defined contribution plans
  • (1) Private defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans (including 401(k) type plans).
    (2) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (3) Assets of private pension plans held at life insurance companies; series begins 1985:Q4.
    (4) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements.
    (5) Actuarial value of accrued pension entitlements in defined benefit plans and assets of defined contribution plans. These liabilities are assets of the household sector.
    (6) Additional detail on defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans is available on tables F.118.b and F.118.c.

    F.118.b Private Pension Funds: Defined Benefit Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Time and savings deposits
  • 004. Money market fund shares
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 011. Mortgages
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Miscellaneous assets
  • 015. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 016. Contributions receivable
  • 017. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 018. Other
  • 019. Net increase in pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (2) Assets of private pension plans held at life insurance companies; series begins 1985:Q4.
    (3) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements. Negative values indicate overfunding.
    (4) Actuarial value of accrued defined benefit pension entitlements.

    F.118.c Private Pension Funds: Defined Contribution Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Time and savings deposits
  • 004. Money market fund shares
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 011. Mortgages
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Miscellaneous assets
  • 015. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 016. Contributions receivable
  • 017. Other
  • 018. Net increase in pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Includes 401(k) and 403(b) type plans.
    (2) Assets of private pension plans held at life insurance companies; series begins 1985:Q4.

    F.119 Federal Government Employee Retirement Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Credit market instruments
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 006. Corporate equities
  • 007. Miscellaneous assets
  • 008. Nonmarketable Treasury securities
  • 009. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 010. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • Memo:
    Net acquisition of financial assets (6)
  • 011. Defined benefit plans
  • 012. Defined contibution plans
  • (1) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (2) Includes nonmarketable Treasury securities held by the Thrift Savings Plan.
    (3) Nonmarketable government securities held by the civil service retirement and disability fund, Railroad Retirement Board, judicial retirement fund, military retirement fund,
    and foreign service retirement and disability fund.
    (4) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements and suspended investments in the Thrift Savings Plan G Fund by the Treasury.
    (5) Actuarial value of accrued pension entitlements in defined benefit plans and assets of defined contribution plans, including suspended investments in the Thrift Savings Plan G Fund.
    These liabilities are assets of the household sector.
    (6) Additional detail on defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans is available on tables F.119.b and F.119.c.

    F.119.b Federal Government Employee Retirement Funds: Defined Benefit Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Credit market instruments
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 006. Corporate equities
  • 007. Miscellaneous assets
  • 008. Nonmarketable Treasury securities
  • 009. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 010. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Includes civil service retirement and disability fund, Railroad Retirement Board, judicial retirement fund, military retirement fund, foreign service retirement and
    disability fund, and the National Railroad Investment Trust.
    (2) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (3) Nonmarketable government securities held by the civil service retirement and disability fund, Railroad Retirement Board, judicial retirement fund, military retirement fund,
    and foreign service retirement and disability fund.
    (4) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements.
    (5) Actuarial value of accrued pension entitlements in defined benefit plans. These liabilities are assets of the household sector.

    F.119.c Federal Government Employee Retirement Funds: Defined Contribution Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Credit market instruments
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 006. Corporate equities
  • 007. Claims of pension fund on sponsor (misc. assets
  • 008. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Thrift Savings Plan.
    (2) Includes nonmarketable and marketable Treasury securities held by the Thrift Savings Plan G and F funds.
    (3) Suspended investments in the Thrift Savings Plan G Fund by the Treasury.

    F.120 State and Local Government Employee Retirement Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Time and savings deposits
  • 006. Money market fund shares
  • 007. Security repurchase agreements
  • 008. Credit market instruments
  • 009. Open market paper
  • 010. Treasury securities
  • 011. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 012. Municipal securities
  • 013. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 014. Mortgages
  • 015. Corporate equities
  • 016. Mutual fund shares
  • 017. Miscellaneous assets
  • 018. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 019. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 020. Other
  • 021. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • Net acquisition of financial assets (5)
  • 022. Defined benefit plans
  • 023. Defined contibution plans
  • (1) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (2) Assets of defined contribution funds held at life insurance companies.
    (3) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements.
    (4) Actuarial value of accrued pension entitlements. These liabilities are assets of the household sector.
    (5) Additional detail on defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans is available on tables F.120.b and F.120.c.

    F.120.b State and Local Government Employee Retirement Funds: Defined Benefit Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Time and savings deposits
  • 004. Money market fund shares
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Mortgages
  • 013. Corporate equities
  • 014. Mutual fund shares
  • 015. Miscellaneous assets
  • 016. Claims of pension fund on sponsor
  • 017. Other
  • 018. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Includes claims on sponsor (i.e., unfunded pension entitlements).
    (2) Unfunded defined benefit pension entitlements.
    (3) Actuarial value of accrued defined benefit pension entitlements. These liabilities are assets of the household sector.

    F.120.c State and Local Government Employee Retirement Funds: Defined Contribution Plans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Time and savings deposits
  • 004. Money market fund shares
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Corporate equities
  • 013. Mutual fund shares
  • 014. Miscellaneous assets
  • 015. Unallocated insurance contracts
  • 016. Other
  • 017. Pension entitlements (liabilities
  • (1) Includes 403(b) and 457 type plans.
    (2) Assets held at life insurance companies.

    F.121 Money Market Mutual Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Foreign deposits
  • 003. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 004. Time and savings deposits
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Miscellaneous assets
  • 013. Net share issues (liabilities
  • (1) Open-end investment companies; excludes funding vehicles for variable annuities, which are included in the life insurance companies sector (table F.116).

    F.122 Mutual Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 003. Security repurchase agreements
  • 004. Credit market instruments
  • 005. Open market paper
  • 006. Treasury securities
  • 007. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 008. Municipal securities
  • 009. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 010. Other loans and advances
  • 011. Corporate equities
  • 012. Miscellaneous assets
  • 013. Net share issues (liabilities
  • 014. Discrepancy
  • (1) Open-end investment companies; excludes funding vehicles for variable annuities, which are included in the life insurance companies sector (table F.116).

    F.123 Closed-End and Exchange-Traded Funds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    Closed-end funds
  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Credit market instruments
  • 003. Treasury securities
  • 004. Municipal securities
  • 005. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 006. Corporate equities
  • 007. Net share issues (liabilities
  • Exchange-traded funds
  • 008. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 009. Credit market instruments
  • 010. Treasury securities
  • 011. Municipal securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Corporate equities
  • 014. Net share issues (liabilities
  • F.124 Government-Sponsored Enterprises
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross savin
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investmen
  • FA404090005 Net acquisition of financial assets -205.7 -176.0 104.4 38.3 3
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Time and savings deposits
  • 006. Federal funds and security repos
  • FA404004005 Credit market instruments -163.2 -189.4 59.8 54.4 7
  • 008. Open market paper
  • 009. Treasury securities
  • 010. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 011. Municipal securities
  • 012. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 013. Other loans and advances
  • 014. Sallie Mae
  • 015. Farm Credit System
  • 016. FHLB loans
  • 017. Mortgages
  • 018. Home
  • 019. Consolidated trusts
  • 020. Other
  • 021. Multifamily residential
  • 022. Consolidated trusts
  • 023. Other
  • 024. Farm
  • 025. Consumer credit
  • 026. Miscellaneous asset
  • 027. Net increase in liabilitie
  • 028. Federal funds and security repo
  • 029. Credit market instrument
  • 030. GSE issues
  • 031. Consolidated trusts
  • 032. Other
  • 033. U.S. government loans
  • 034. Corporate equitie
  • 035. Miscellaneous liabilitie
  • 036. Discrepanc
  • (1) Federal Home Loan Banks, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Farmer Mac, Farm Credit System, the Financing Corporation, and the Resolution Funding Corporation. The Student Loan Marketing
    Association (Sallie Mae) was included until it was fully privatized in 2004:Q4. Beginning 2010:Q1, almost all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage pools (table F.125) are consolidated on
    Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s balance sheets.
    (2) Consolidated trusts refers to the unpaid balance of securitized mortgages Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac moved on to their balance sheets at the beginning of 2010 in response to new accounting rules.
    (3) Sallie Mae student loans.
    (4) Such issues are classified as agency- and GSE-backed securities.

    F.125 Agency- and GSE-Backed Mortgage Pools
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Home mortgages
  • 003. Multifamily residential mortgages
  • 004. Commercial mortgages
  • 005. Farm mortgages
  • 006. Net increase in pool securities (liabilities
  • (1) GNMA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Farmer Mac, and Farmers Home Administration pools.
    Beginning 2010:Q1, almost all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage pools are consolidated on
    Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s balance sheets (table F.124). Also includes agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pool securities that are used as collateral for agency- and GSE-backed CMOs
    and privately issued CMOs. Excludes Federal Financing Bank holdings of pool securities, which are included with federal government mortgages and other loans.
    (2) Such issues are classified as agency- and GSE-backed securities.

    F.126 Issuers of Asset-Backed Securities (ABS)
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Treasury securities
  • 005. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 006. Other loans and advances
  • 007. Mortgages
  • 008. Home
  • 009. Multifamily residential
  • 010. Commercial
  • 011. Consumer credit
  • 012. Trade credit
  • 013. Net increase in liabilities
  • 014. Commercial paper
  • 015. Corporate bonds (net
  • 016. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
    Securitized assets not included above
  • 017. Consumer leases
  • 018. REIT assets
  • (1) Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pool securities backing privately issued CMOs.
    (2) Mortgages backing privately issued pool securities and privately issued CMOs.
    (3) Net issuance less net acquisition of corporate bonds held as assets.
    (4) Receivables from operating leases, such as consumer automobile leases, are booked as current income when payments are received and are not included in financial assets (or household liabilities).
    The leased automobile is a nonfinancial asset; depreciation flows are included in line 1, and fixed investment flows are included in line 2.
    (5) Included in table F.128.

    F.127 Finance Companies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Time and savings deposits
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 008. Other loans and advances
  • 009. Mortgages
  • 010. Consumer credit
  • 011. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 012. Miscellaneous assets
  • 013. Net increase in liabilities
  • 014. Credit market instruments
  • 015. Open market paper
  • 016. Corporate bonds
  • 017. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 018. Other loans and advances
  • 019. Taxes payable
  • 020. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 021. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 022. Investment by parent
  • 023. Other
  • 024. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 025. Consumer leases not included above
  • (1) Includes retail captive finance companies and mortgage companies.
    (2) See footnote (4), table F.126.

    F.128 Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Multifamily residential investment
  • 004. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 005. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 008. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 009. Mortgages
  • 010. Home
  • 011. Multifamily residential
  • 012. Commercial
  • 013. Miscellaneous assets
  • 014. Net increase in liabilities
  • 015. Security repurchase agreements
  • 016. Credit market instruments
  • 017. Open market paper
  • 018. Corporate bonds
  • 019. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 020. Mortgages
  • 021. Corporate equity issues
  • 022. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 023. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
  • 024. Securitized assets included above
  • 025. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 026. Home mortgages
  • 027. Multifamily residential mortgages
  • 028. Commercial mortgages
  • (1) Additional detail on financial assets and liabilities for equity and mortgage REITs is available on tables F.128.e and F.128.m.

    F.128.e Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Credit market instruments
  • 004. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 005. Mortgages
  • 006. Home
  • 007. Multifamily residential
  • 008. Commercial
  • 009. Miscellaneous assets
  • 010. Net increase in liabilities
  • 011. Credit market instruments
  • 012. Corporate bonds
  • 013. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 014. Mortgages
  • 015. Multifamily residential
  • 016. Commercial
  • 017. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • F.128.m Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trusts
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 003. Credit market instruments
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 005. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 006. Mortgages
  • 007. Home
  • 008. Multifamily residential
  • 009. Commercial
  • 010. Miscellaneous assets
  • 011. Net increase in liabilities
  • 012. Security repurchase agreements
  • 013. Credit market instruments
  • 014. Open market paper
  • 015. Corporate bonds
  • 016. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 017. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • Memo:
  • 018. Securitized assets included above
  • 019. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 020. Home mortgages
  • 021. Multifamily residential mortgages
  • 022. Commercial mortgages
  • F.129 Security Brokers and Dealers
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Checkable deposits and currency
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Open market paper
  • 008. Treasury securities
  • 009. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 010. Municipal securities
  • 011. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 012. Other loans and advances
  • 013. Corporate equities
  • 014. Security credit
  • 015. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 016. Miscellaneous assets
  • 017. Net increase in liabilities
  • 018. Security repurchase agreements
  • 019. Credit market instruments
  • 020. Corporate bonds
  • 021. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 022. Corporate equity issues
  • 023. Trade payables
  • 024. Security credit
  • 025. From households
  • 026. From U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 027. From foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 028. Taxes payable
  • 029. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 030. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 031. Investment by parent companies
  • 032. Other
  • 033. Proprietors’ net investment
  • 034. Discrepancy
  • (1) Includes loans extended through the Federal Reserve’s Primary Dealer Credit Facility (PDCF) and the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (AMLF).

    F.130 Holding Companies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Gross saving
  • 002. Fixed nonresidential investment
  • 003. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 004. Time and savings deposits
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Credit market instruments
  • 007. Treasury securities
  • 008. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 009. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 010. Other loans and advances
  • 011. Life insurance reserves
  • 012. Miscellaneous assets
  • 013. Net trans. with depository institution subs
  • 014. Net trans. with property-casualty ins. co. subs
  • 015. Net trans. with life insurance company subs
  • 016. Net trans. with finance company subs
  • 017. Net trans. with broker and dealer subs
  • 018. Net trans. with foreign subs
  • 019. Other
  • 020. Net increase in liabilities
  • 021. Security repurchase agreements
  • 022. Credit market instruments
  • 023. Commercial paper
  • 024. Corporate bonds
  • 025. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 026. Corporate equity issues
  • 027. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 028. Equity, etc
  • 029. Other
  • 030. Discrepancy
  • (1) Parent-only bank holding companies and savings and loan holding companies that file Federal Reserve Board form FR Y-9LP, FR Y-9SP, or FR 2320.

    F.131 Funding Corporations
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 002. Money market fund shares
  • 003. Security repurchase agreements
  • 004. Credit market instruments
  • 005. Open market paper
  • 006. Corporate and foreign bonds
  • 007. Other loans and advances
  • 008. Corporate equities
  • 009. Miscellaneous assets
  • 010. Investment in foreign banking offices
  • 011. Investment in brokers and dealers
  • 012. Net increase in liabilities
  • 013. Credit market instruments
  • 014. Open market paper
  • 015. Corporate bonds
  • 016. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 017. Other loans and advances
  • 018. Corporate equities
  • 019. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 020. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 021. Securities loaned (net
  • 022. Equity interest under PPIP
  • 023. Other (net
  • (1) Funding subsidiaries, custodial accounts for reinvested collateral of securities lending operations, Federal Reserve lending facilities, and funds associated with
    the Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP).
    (2) Common stock of American International Assurance Company Ltd. (AIA) and American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), two life insurance subsidiaries of AIG.
    (3) Loans extended by the Federal Reserve to Maiden Lane LLC, Maiden Lane II LLC, Maiden Lane III LLC, Commercial Paper Funding Facility LLC, and American International Group (AIG).
    (4) Loans extended by the federal government to the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF) LLC and to funds associated with PPIP.
    (5) Preferred shares issued by AIG to the federal goverment under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) program and the monetary authority sector’s preferred interest in
    AIA Aurora LLC and ALICO Holdings LLC.

    F.132 Rest of the World
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Foreign income from U.S.
  • 002. U.S. imports
  • 003. U.S. income payments to rest of world
  • 004. Current taxes and trans. payments to rest of world
  • 005. Foreign outlays to U.S.
  • 006. U.S. exports
  • 007. U.S. income receipts from rest of world
  • 008. - Net capital transfers paid
  • 009. Gross saving less net capital transfers paid
  • 010. Gross investment
  • 011. Nonproduced nonfinancial assets
  • 012. Net lending (+) or net borrowing
  • 013. Net acquisition of financial assets
  • 014. Monetary gold
  • 015. SDR allocations
  • 016. Net interbank assets
  • 017. U.S. checkable deposits and currency
  • 018. U.S. time deposits
  • 019. Money market fund shares
  • 020. Security repurchase agreements
  • 021. Credit market instruments
  • 022. Open market paper
  • 023. Treasury securities
  • 024. Treasury bills
  • 025. Other Treasury securities
  • 026. Agency- and GSE-backed securities
  • 027. Municipal securities
  • 028. U.S. corporate bonds
  • 029. Loans to U.S. corporate business
  • 030. U.S. corporate equities
  • 031. Mutual fund shares
  • 032. Trade receivables
  • 033. Foreign direct investment in U.S.
  • 034. Net increase in liabilities
  • 035. U.S. official reserve assets
  • 036. U.S. private deposits
  • 037. Security repurchase agreements
  • 038. Credit market instruments
  • 039. Commercial paper
  • 040. Bonds
  • 041. Depository institution loans n.e.c.
  • 042. Other loans and advances
  • 043. Foreign corporate equities
  • 044. Trade payables
  • 045. U.S. direct investment abroad
  • 046. Miscellaneous liabilities
  • 047. U.S. equity in IBRD, etc
  • 048. Nonofficial foreign currencies
  • 049. Investment by holding companies
  • 050. Discrepancy (FOF basis
  • Memo:
  • 051. Net U.S. exports, NIPA basis
  • 052. + Net U.S. income receipts
  • 053. - Current taxes and trans. payments to rest of world
  • 054. = Balance on current account, NIPAs
  • (1) Table F.9, line 64.
    (2) Line 1 minus line 5 minus line 8; equals net lending (+) or net borrowing (-), NIPAs, with the sign reversed. Also equal to line 54 with the sign reversed minus line 8.
    (3) U.S. net sales, sign reversed.
    (4) Through 1992:Q4, corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antillean financial subsidiaries; U.S. direct investment abroad excludes net inflows from those bond issues.
    (5) Direct investment is valued on a current-cost basis. Excludes capital gains and losses.
    (6) Includes American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
    (7) Consists of net receipts from foreigners of interest, corporate profits, and employee compensation. Equals difference between GNP and GDP.
    F.200 U.S. Official Reserve Assets and SDR Allocations (1)
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates
  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Federal government: SDR allocations
  • 003. Rest of the world
  • 004. SDR holdings
  • 005. Reserve position in IMF
  • 006. Other reserves
  • 007. Net change in assets
  • 008. Federal government
  • 009. Monetary gold
  • 010. SDR holdings
  • 011. Reserve position in IMF
  • 012. Other reserves
  • 013. Rest of the world
  • 014. Monetary gold
  • 015. SDR allocations
  • 016. Monetary authority
  • 017. Monetary gold
  • 018. Reserve position in IMF
  • 019. Other reserves
  • (1) Includes federal government liability to IMF for special drawing rights (SDRs) allocations and accrued interest.
    (2) By international accounting standards, transactions in monetary gold are recorded in the financial account of the domestic sectors as increases (decreases) in assets,
    and the counterparts are recorded as decreases (increases) in assets of the rest of the world.

    F.201 Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) Certificates and Treasury Currency
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    SDR certificates:
  • 001. Liab: Federal government
  • 002. Asset: Monetary authority
  • Treasury currency:
  • 003. Liab: Federal government
  • 004. Asset: Monetary authority
  • 005. Discrepancy (seigniorage
  • F.202 U.S. Deposits in Foreign Countries
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates
  • 001. Total rest of the world liability
  • Held by:
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Money market mutual funds
  • 005. Discrepancy--unallocated assets
  • F.203 Net Interbank Transactions
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Monetary authority
  • 003. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 004. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 005. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 006. Credit unions
  • 007. Net change in assets
  • 008. Monetary authority
  • 009. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 010. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Rest of the world
  • 013. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
    Vault cash:
  • 014. Liab.: Monetary authority
  • 015. Asset: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 016. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • Depository institution reserves:
  • 017. Liab.: Monetary authority
  • 018. Asset: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 019. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 020. Credit unions
  • Other transactions with the monetary authority
  • 021. Liab: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 022. Asset: Monetary authority
  • 023. Federal Reserve float
  • 024. Loans
  • Transactions with banks in foreign countries (net):
  • 025. Liab.: U.S.-chartered depository institutions (net
  • 026. Due to foreign affiliates
  • 027. - Due from foreign affiliates
  • 028. Foreign banking offices in U.S. (net
  • 029. Due to foreign affiliates
  • 030. - Due from foreign affiliates
  • 031. Less: Deposits at foreign banks
  • 032. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 033. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 034. Plus: Loans from foreign banks
  • 035. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 036. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 037. Asset: Rest of the world
  • Transactions between U.S. depository institutions (net) (2):
  • 038. U.S.-chartered depository institutions (net
  • 039. Due to (3):
  • 040. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 041. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 042. Credit unions
  • 043. - Due from: Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 044. Unallocated
  • (1) Sum of lines 25 and 28 less line 31 plus line 34.
    (2) Interbank transactions between U.S. banks should net to zero and thus are not shown in lines 1 through 12 above.
    However, the unallocated amount (line 44), which is due to inconsistencies
    in source data, appears on line 13 as the discrepancy between liabilities and assets.
    (3) Sum of lines 40, 41, 42, and 44.

    F.204 Checkable Deposits and Currency
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Monetary authority
  • 003. Federal government cash and deposits
  • 004. Due to government-sponsored enterprises
  • 005. Deposits due to foreign
  • 006. Currency outside banks
  • 007. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 008. Federal government deposits
  • 009. Deposits due to foreign
  • 010. Private domestic deposits
  • 011. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 012. Deposits due to foreign
  • 013. Private domestic deposits
  • 014. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 015. Credit unions
  • 016. Net change in assets
  • 017. Household sector
  • 018. Nonfinancial business
  • 019. Corporate
  • 020. Noncorporate
  • 021. Federal government
  • 022. State and local governments
  • 023. Domestic financial sectors
  • 024. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 025. Life insurance companies
  • 026. Private pension funds
  • 027. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 028. Money market mutual funds
  • 029. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 030. Finance companies
  • 031. REITs
  • 032. Brokers and dealers
  • 033. Rest of the world
  • 034. Checkable deposits
  • 035. Currency
  • 036. Mail float
  • F.205 Time and Savings Deposits
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Small time and savings deposits
  • 003. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 004. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 005. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 006. Credit unions
  • 007. Large time deposits
  • 008. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 009. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 010. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Net change in assets
  • 013. Household sector
  • 014. Nonfinancial business
  • 015. Corporate
  • 016. Noncorporate
  • 017. Federal government
  • 018. State and local governments
  • 019. Domestic financial sectors
  • 020. Private pension funds
  • 021. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 022. Money market mutual funds
  • 023. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 024. Finance companies
  • 025. Holding companies
  • 026. Rest of the world
  • (1) Large time deposits are those issued in amounts of $100,000 or more.

    F.206 Money Market Mutual Fund Shares
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. Net purchases
  • 003. Household sector
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 006. State and local governments
  • 007. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 008. Life insurance companies
  • 009. Private pension funds
  • 010. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 011. Funding corporations
  • 012. Rest of the world
  • F.207 Federal Funds and Security Repurchase Agreements
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Monetary authority
  • 003. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 004. Federal funds (2) ND ND
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements ND ND
  • 006. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 007. Federal funds
  • 008. Security repurchase agreements
  • 009. Credit unions
  • 010. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 011. Life insurance companies
  • 012. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 013. REITs
  • 014. Brokers and dealers
  • 015. Holding companies
  • 016. Rest of the world
  • 017. Net change in assets
  • 018. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 019. State and local governments
  • 020. Monetary authority
  • 021. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 022. Federal funds (2) ND ND
  • 023. Security repurchase agreements ND ND
  • 024. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 025. Federal funds
  • 026. Security repurchase agreements
  • 027. Credit unions
  • 028. Federal funds
  • 029. Security repurchase agreements
  • 030. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 031. Life insurance companies
  • 032. Private pension funds
  • 033. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 034. Money market mutual funds
  • 035. Mutual funds
  • 036. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 037. Of which: FHLB federal funds
  • 038. Brokers and dealers
  • 039. Holding companies
  • 040. Funding corporations
  • 041. Rest of the world
  • 042. Discrepancy
  • Memo:
    Federal Reserve’s reverse repurchase agreement operations: (4)
  • 043. Liability: Monetary authority
  • 044. Asset: Money market mutual funds
  • 045. Other financial institutions
  • (1) Detailed data on federal funds and security repurchase agreements are only available beginning 2012:Q1 for U.S.-chartered despository institutions, 2003:Q1 for foreign banking offices in U.S.,
    2010:Q4 for credit unions, and 2000:Q1 for FHLB.
    (2) Excludes term federal funds.
    (3) Includes term federal funds.
    (4) Reverse repurchase agreements (RRPs) conducted as part of the Federal Reserve’s Overnight RRP Operational Exercise (beginning 2013:Q3) and term RRP operations (beginning 2014:Q4).
    (5) Included in line 2.
    (6) Included in line 32.
    (7) Includes banks (consolidated), government-sponsored enterprises, and primary dealers.

    F.208 Open Market Paper
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Total net issues, all types
  • 002. Commercial paper
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Foreign issues in U.S.
  • 005. Nonfinancial
  • 006. Financial
  • 007. Domestic financial sectors
  • 008. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 009. ABS issuers
  • 010. Finance companies
  • 011. REITs
  • 012. Holding companies
  • 013. Funding corporations
  • 014. Bankers’ acceptances
  • 015. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 016. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 017. Net purchases, by sector
  • 018. Household sector
  • 019. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 020. State and local governments
  • 021. Monetary authority
  • 022. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 023. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 024. Credit unions
  • 025. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 026. Life insurance companies
  • 027. Private pension funds
  • 028. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 029. Money market mutual funds
  • 030. Mutual funds
  • 031. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 032. Brokers and dealers
  • 033. Funding corporations
  • 034. Rest of the world
  • (1) Excludes banks’ holdings of own acceptances.

    F.209 Treasury Securities
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. U.S. savings securities
  • 003. Treasury bills
  • 004. Other Treasury securities
  • 005. Net purchases
  • 006. Household sector
  • 007. U.S. savings securities
  • 008. Bills and other Treasury securities
  • 009. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 010. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 011. State and local governments
  • 012. Monetary authority
  • 013. Treasury bills
  • 014. Other Treasury securities
  • 015. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 016. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 017. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 018. Credit unions
  • 019. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 020. Treasury bills
  • 021. Other Treasury securities
  • 022. Life insurance companies
  • 023. Treasury bills
  • 024. Other Treasury securities
  • 025. Private pension funds
  • 026. Federal government retirement funds
  • 027. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 028. Money market mutual funds
  • 029. Treasury bills
  • 030. Other Treasury securities
  • 031. Mutual funds
  • 032. Treasury bills
  • 033. Other Treasury securities
  • 034. Closed-end funds
  • 035. Exchange-traded funds
  • 036. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 037. ABS issuers
  • 038. Brokers and dealers
  • 039. Holding companies
  • 040. Rest of the world
  • 041. Treasury bills
  • 042. Other Treasury securities
  • Memo:
  • 043. Federal government borrowing
  • (1) Includes U.S. savings bonds, U.S. individual retirement bonds, U.S. retirement plan bonds, U.S. savings stamps, and matured U.S. savings securities.
    (2) Total issues of Treasury securities (line 1) plus budget agency securities (table F.210, line 2) and federal mortgage borrowing (table F.217, line 11).

    F.210 Agency- and GSE-Backed Securities
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. Budget agencies
  • 003. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 004. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 005. Net purchases
  • 006. Household sector
  • 007. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 008. Federal government
  • 009. State and local governments
  • 010. Monetary authority
  • 011. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 012. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 013. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 014. Credit unions
  • 015. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 016. Life insurance companies
  • 017. Private pension funds
  • 018. Federal government retirement funds
  • 019. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 020. Money market mutual funds
  • 021. Mutual funds
  • 022. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 023. ABS issuers
  • 024. REITs
  • 025. Brokers and dealers
  • 026. Holding companies
  • 027. Rest of the world
  • (1)
    Agency- and GSE-backed securities include: issues of federal budget agencies (line 2) such as those for the TVA; issues of government-sponsored enterprises (line 3) such as Fannie Mae and FHLB;
    and agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pool securities issued by GNMA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Farmers Home Administration (line 4). Only the budget agency issues are considered
    officially to be part of the total borrowing of the federal government, which is shown in table F.209, line 43.

    F.211 Municipal Securities and Loans
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. State and local governments
  • 003. Short-term
  • 004. Long-term
  • 005. Nonprofit organizations
  • 006. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • (industrial revenue bonds)
    7 FA383162005 Net change in assets -52.8 -4.9 -43.2 -18.8 7
    8 FA153062005 Household sector -65.4 -143.6 -44.0 -78.1 8
    9 FA103062003 Nonfinancial corporate business -1.6 0.6 -11.4 -1.8 9
    10 FA113062003 Nonfinancial noncorporate business 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 10
    11 FA213062003 State and local governments 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.0 11
    12 FA763062000 U.S.-chartered depository institutions 42.6 67.8 53.8 32.7 12
    13 FA753062003 Foreign banking offices in U.S. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13
    14 FA743062003 Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas 0.9 -0.8 0.9 -0.9 14
    15 FA473062003 Credit unions 3.2 1.0 0.3 -0.8 15
    16 FA513062003 Property-casualty insurance companies -17.4 -2.9 -2.3 0.6 16
    17 FA543062005 Life insurance companies 9.4 9.7 10.1 7.7 17
    18 FA223062005 State and local govt. retirement funds -0.7 -0.7 0.2 -0.1 18
    19 FA633062000 Money market mutual funds -29.4 -20.6 -28.3 -26.7 19
    20 FA653062003 Mutual funds 15.7 86.2 -13.5 44.5 20
    21 FA553062003 Closed-end funds 0.9 3.4 -1.6 0.5 21
    22 FA563062003 Exchange-traded funds 1.0 3.6 -0.8 3.2 22
    23 FA403062005 Government-sponsored enterprises -3.9 -4.1 -3.5 -2.8 23
    24 FA663062003 Brokers and dealers -9.1 -4.3 -8.0 0.2 24
    25 FA263062003 Rest of the world 0.6 -0.6 4.3 2.7 25
    (1) Debt with original maturity of 13 months or less.
    (2) Liability of the households and nonprofit organizations sector (tables F.101 and L.101).

    F.212 Corporate and Foreign Bonds
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Domestic financial sectors
  • 004. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 005. ABS issuers (net
  • 006. Finance companies
  • 007. REITs
  • 008. Brokers and dealers
  • 009. Holding companies
  • 010. Funding corporations
  • 011. Rest of the world
  • 012. Net purchases
  • 013. Household sector
  • 014. Federal government
  • 015. State and local governments
  • 016. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 017. MBS and other ABS
  • 018. Other
  • 019. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 020. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 021. Credit unions
  • 022. MBS and other ABS
  • 023. Other
  • 024. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 025. MBS and other ABS
  • 026. Other
  • 027. Life insurance companies
  • 028. MBS and other ABS
  • 029. Other
  • 030. Private pension funds
  • 031. Federal government retirement funds
  • 032. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 033. Money market mutual funds
  • 034. Mutual funds
  • 035. Closed-end funds
  • 036. Exchange-traded funds
  • 037. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 038. MBS and other ABS
  • 039. Other
  • 040. Finance companies
  • 041. REITs
  • 042. Brokers and dealers
  • 043. Holding companies
  • 044. Funding corporations
  • 045. Rest of the world
  • 046. MBS and other ABS
  • 047. Other
  • (1) Net issuance less net acquisition of corporate bonds held as assets.
    (2) Net purchases of foreign issues by U.S. residents.
    (3) For some sectors, purchases of MBS and other ABS are shown separately. MBS and other ABS include privately issued mortgage-backed securities and other privately
    issued asset-backed bonds.
    (4) Net purchases of U.S. issues by foreign residents.

    F.213 Corporate Equities
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Domestic financial sectors
  • 004. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 005. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 006. Life insurance companies
  • 007. Closed-end funds
  • 008. Exchange-traded funds
  • 009. REITs
  • 010. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 011. Brokers and dealers
  • 012. Holding companies
  • 013. Funding corporations
  • 014. Rest of the world
  • 015. Net purchases
  • 016. Household sector
  • 017. Federal government
  • 018. State and local governments
  • 019. Monetary authority
  • 020. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 021. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 022. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 023. Life insurance companies
  • 024. Private pension funds
  • 025. Federal government retirement funds
  • 026. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 027. Mutual funds
  • 028. Closed-end funds
  • 029. Exchange-traded funds
  • 030. Brokers and dealers
  • 031. Funding corporations
  • 032. Rest of the world
  • (1) Excludes mutual fund shares shown on table F.214.
    (2) Preferred shares issued by AIG to the federal goverment under the TARP program and the monetary authority sector’s preferred interest in AIA Aurora LLC and ALICO Holdings LLC.
    (3) Net purchases of foreign corporate equities and investment fund shares by U.S. residents; includes American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
    (4) Net purchases of U.S. issues by foreign residents.

    F.214 Mutual Fund Shares
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net issues
  • 002. Net purchases
  • 003. Household sector
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. State and local governments
  • 006. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 007. Credit unions
  • 008. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 009. Life insurance companies
  • 010. Private pension funds
  • 011. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 012. Rest of the world
  • (1) Shares of open-end investment companies; excludes shares of money market mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and funding vehicles for variable annuities.

    F.215 Depository Institution Loans Not Elsewhere Classified
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Corporate business
  • 004. Noncorporate business
  • 005. Domestic financial sectors
  • 006. Finance companies
  • 007. REITs
  • 008. Brokers and dealers
  • 009. Holding companies
  • 010. Funding corporations
  • 011. Rest of the world
  • 012. Foreign official institutions
  • 013. Foreign banks
  • 014. Other foreign
  • 015. Net change in assets
  • 016. Monetary authority
  • 017. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 018. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 019. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 020. Credit unions
  • (1) Excludes depository institution lending in the form of open market paper, mortgages, consumer credit, and security credit which are shown on other instrument tables.
    (2) Loans from Federal Reserve banks to households, rest of the world, broker and dealers, and funding corporations. See loan details on table F.109.

    F.216 Other Loans and Advances
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Total other loans and advances
  • 002. U.S. government loans
  • 003. Liab.: Household sector
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 006. State and local governments
  • 007. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 008. Finance companies
  • 009. Funding corporations
  • 010. Rest of the world
  • 011. Foreign loans to U.S. corporate business
  • 012. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • Customers’ liability on acceptances outstanding
  • 013. Asset: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 014. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 015. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 016. Rest of the world
  • 017. Holding company loans
  • 018. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 019. Rest of the world
  • 020. Policy loans (Household liability
  • 021. Asset: Federal government
  • 022. Life insurance companies
  • 023. Govt.-sponsored enterprises loans
  • 024. Liab.: Household sector (SLMA
  • 025. Nonfinancial corporate business (FCS
  • 026. Nonfinancial noncorporate business (FCS
  • 027. U.S.-chartered dep. inst. (FHLB & SLMA
  • 028. Credit unions (FHLB
  • 029. Life insurance companies (FHLB
  • 030. Securitized loans held by ABS issuers
  • 031. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 032. Finance company loans to business
  • 033. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 034. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 035. Loans to nonfinancial corporate business
  • 036. Asset: Household sector
  • 037. Life insurance companies
  • 038. Mutual funds
  • 039. ABS issuers
  • 040. Brokers and dealers
  • 041. Funding corporations
  • (1) The Student Loan Marketing Association (Sallie Mae) was included until it was fully privatized in 2004:Q4.
    (2) Syndicated loans from domestic entities, excluding depository institutions and finance companies which are included elsewhere.

    F.217 Total Mortgages
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in mortgages
  • 002. Home
  • 003. Multifamily residential
  • 004. Commercial
  • 005. Farm
  • 006. Net borrowing
  • 007. Household sector
  • 008. Nonfinancial business
  • 009. Corporate
  • 010. Noncorporate
  • 011. Federal government
  • 012. REITs
  • 013. Net change in assets
  • 014. Household sector
  • 015. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 016. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 017. Federal government
  • 018. State and local governments
  • 019. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 020. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 021. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 022. Credit unions
  • 023. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 024. Life insurance companies
  • 025. Private pension funds
  • 026. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 027. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 028. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 029. ABS issuers
  • 030. Finance companies
  • 031. REITs
  • F.218 Home Mortgages
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net borrowing
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 005. Net change in assets
  • 006. Household sector
  • 007. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 008. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 009. Federal government
  • 010. State and local governments
  • 011. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 012. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 013. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 014. Credit unions
  • 015. Life insurance companies
  • 016. Private pension funds
  • 017. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 018. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 019. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 020. ABS issuers
  • 021. Finance companies
  • 022. REITs
  • Memo:
  • 023. Charge-offs
  • 024. Home equity loans included above
  • 025. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 026. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 027. Credit unions
  • 028. ABS issuers
  • 029. Finance companies
  • (1) Mortgages on 1-4 family properties including mortgages on farm houses.
    (2) Charge-offs are excluded from the flow (line 1) and are accounted for as other changes in volume. Quarterly figures are shown at an unadjusted quarterly rate. Data begin 2007:Q1.
    (3) Loans made under home equity lines of credit and home equity loans secured by junior liens.
    Excludes home equity loans held by individuals. Home equity loans
    held by U.S.-chartered depository institutions exclude charge-offs.

    F.219 Multifamily Residential Mortgages
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net borrowing
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 004. Federal government
  • 005. REITs
  • 006. Net change in assets
  • 007. Household sector
  • 008. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 009. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 010. Federal government
  • 011. State and local governments
  • 012. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 013. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 014. Life insurance companies
  • 015. Private pension funds
  • 016. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 017. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 018. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 019. ABS issuers
  • 020. Finance companies
  • 021. REITs
  • F.220 Commercial Mortgages
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net borrowing
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 005. REITs
  • 006. Net change in assets
  • 007. Household sector
  • 008. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 009. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 010. Federal government
  • 011. State and local governments
  • 012. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 013. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 014. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 015. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 016. Life insurance companies
  • 017. Private pension funds
  • 018. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 019. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • 020. ABS issuers
  • 021. Finance companies
  • 022. REITs
  • F.221 Farm Mortgages
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net borrowing
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 004. Net change in assets
  • 005. Household sector
  • 006. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 007. Federal government
  • 008. State and local governments
  • 009. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 010. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 011. Life insurance companies
  • 012. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 013. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 014. Agency- and GSE-backed mortgage pools
  • (1) Excludes mortgages on farm houses.

    F.222 Consumer Credit
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities (Households
  • 002. Net change in assets
  • 003. Households (nonprofit organizations
  • 004. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 005. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 006. Federal government
  • 007. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 008. Credit unions
  • 009. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 010. ABS issuers
  • 011. Finance companies
  • Memo:
  • 012. Credit card loans
  • 013. Auto loans
  • 014. Student loans
  • 015. Other consumer credit
  • (1) Student loans originated under the Federal Family Education Loan Program.
    (2) Includes loans originated by the Department of Education under the Federal Direct Loan Program and Perkins Loans, as well as Federal Family Education Loan Program
    loans that the government purchased from depository institutions, finance companies, and nonprofit and educational institutions, and loans in default.
    (3) Revolving credit that also includes overdraft plans on checking accounts and other loans without a fixed repayment schedule.
    (4) Includes student loans held by nonprofit organizations (line 3), the federal government (line 6), depository institutions (part of lines 7 and 8), and
    finance companies (part of line 11). Data begin in 2006:Q1.
    (5) Includes student loans before 2006:Q1.

    F.223 Trade Credit
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in trade payables
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 005. Federal government
  • 006. State and local governments
  • 007. Brokers and dealers
  • 008. Rest of the world
  • 009. Net change in trade receivables
  • 010. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 011. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 012. Federal government
  • 013. State and local governments
  • 014. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 015. ABS issuers
  • 016. Rest of the world
  • 017. Discrepancy
  • F.224 Security Credit
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Brokers and dealers
  • 004. Net change in assets
  • 005. Household sector
  • 006. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 007. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 008. Brokers and dealers
  • F.225 Life Insurance Reserves
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Federal government
  • 003. Life insurance companies
  • 004. Net change in assets
  • 005. Households
  • 006. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 007. Holding companies
  • F.226 Pension Entitlements
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Life insurance companies
  • 003. Private pension funds
  • 004. Federal government retirement funds
  • 005. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 006. Net change in assets (Households
  • Memo:
  • 007. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) at: (5) 208.0 177.2 -110.9 ND
  • 008. U.S.-chartered depository institutions 20.3 24.4 -0.4 ND
  • 009. Credit unions 1.2 1.4 -0.7 ND
  • 010. Life insurance companies 16.3 16.2 6.1 ND
  • 011. Money market mutual funds 9.0 6.0 13.0 ND
  • 012. Mutual funds 67.3 126.7 131.5 ND
  • 013. Other self-directed accounts 93.8 2.4 -260.5 ND
  • (1) Annuities, including those in IRAs.
    (2) Includes unallocated insurance company contracts beginning 1985:Q4.
    (3) Includes the Thrift Savings Plan, the National Railroad Retirement Investment Trust, and other federal government retirement funds.
    (4) Excludes all individual retirement accounts (IRAs), except those at life insurance companies.
    (5) Assets of the household sector (F.101).
    Figures for depositories (lines 8 and 9) include Keogh accounts. Variable annuities in IRAs are included in the life insurance sector (line 10)
    and excluded from the money market mutual fund and mutual fund sectors (lines 11 and 12).

    F.227 Taxes Payable by Businesses
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in taxes payable by all
  • businesses
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 004. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 005. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 006. Life insurance companies
  • 007. Finance companies
  • 008. Brokers and dealers
  • 009. Net change in business taxes receivable
  • 010. Federal government
  • 011. State and local governments
  • 012. Discrepancy
  • F.228 Proprietors’ Equity in Noncorporate Business
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Total household investment
  • 002. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 003. Brokers and dealers
  • F.229 Direct Investment
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    U.S. direct investment abroad:
  • 001. Liab.: Rest of the world
  • 002. Equity
  • 003. Equity (other than reinvested earnings
  • 004. Reinvested earnings
  • 005. Of which: Current-cost adjustment
  • 006. Intercompany debt
  • 007. U.S. parents’ claims
  • 008. Less: U.S. parents’ liabilities
  • 009. Asset: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 010. Of which: Current-cost adjustment
  • 011. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 012. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 013. Life insurance companies
  • 014. Finance companies
  • 015. Brokers and dealers
  • Foreign direct investment in U.S.:
  • 016. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 017. Of which: Current-cost adjustment
  • 018. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 019. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 020. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 021. Life insurance companies
  • 022. Finance companies
  • 023. Brokers and dealers
  • 024. Funding corporations
  • 025. Asset: Rest of the world
  • 026. Equity
  • 027. Equity (other than reinvested earnings
  • 028. Reinvested earnings
  • 029. Of which: Current-cost adjustment
  • 030. Intercompany debt
  • 031. U.S. affiliates’ liabilities
  • 032. Less: U.S. affiliates’ claims
  • Memo:
    Direct investment, asset/liability presentation:
  • 033. Net U.S. acquisition of direct investment assets
  • 034. Equity (line
  • 035. Intercompany debt
  • 036. U.S. parents’ claims (line
  • 037. U.S. affiliates’ claims (line
  • 038. Net U.S. incurrence of direct investment liabilities
  • 039. Equity (line
  • 040. Intercompany debt
  • 041. U.S. parents’ liabilities (line
  • 042. U.S. affiliates’ liabilities (line
  • (1) Direct investment is valued on a current-cost basis and presented on a directional basis.
    (2) Through 1992:Q4, U.S. direct investment abroad excludes net inflows from corporate bonds issued by Netherlands Antillean financial subsidiaries.

    F.230 Total Miscellaneous Financial Claims
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 005. Federal government
  • 006. State and local governments
  • 007. Monetary authority
  • 008. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 009. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 010. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 013. Life insurance companies
  • 014. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 015. Finance companies
  • 016. REITs
  • 017. Brokers and dealers
  • 018. Holding companies
  • 019. Funding corporations
  • 020. Rest of the world
  • 021. Net change in assets
  • 022. Household sector
  • 023. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 024. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 025. State and local governments
  • 026. Federal government
  • 027. Monetary authority
  • 028. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 029. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 030. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 031. Credit unions
  • 032. Life insurance companies
  • 033. Private pension funds
  • 034. Federal government retirement funds
  • 035. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 036. Money market mutual funds
  • 037. Mutual funds
  • 038. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 039. Finance companies
  • 040. REITs
  • 041. Brokers and dealers
  • 042. Holding companies
  • 043. Funding corporations
  • 044. Discrepancy
  • F.231 Identified Miscellaneous Financial Claims
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    Federal government equity in IBRD, etc.:
  • 001. Liab.: Rest of the world
  • 002. Asset: Federal government
  • Federal Reserve Bank stock:
  • 003. Liab.: Monetary authority
  • 004. Asset: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • Equity in govt.-sponsored enterprises:
  • 005. Liab.: Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 006. Asset: Nonfin. corporate business (Fannie Mae and FCS
  • 007. Nonfinancial noncorporate (FCS
  • 008. Federal government
  • 009. U.S.-chartered depository institutions (FHLB
  • 010. Credit unions (FHLB
  • 011. Life insurance companies (FHLB
  • Holding company net transactions with subsidiaries:
  • 012. Liab.: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 013. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 014. Life insurance companies
  • 015. Finance companies
  • 016. Brokers and dealers
  • 017. Rest of the world
  • 018. Asset: Holding companies
  • NFC investment in finance company subsidiaries:
  • 019. Liab.: Finance companies
  • 020. Asset: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • Funding corporations’ investment in subsidiaries:
  • 021. Liab.: Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 022. Brokers and dealers
  • 023. Asset: Funding corporations
  • Equity investment under Public-Private Inv. Program:
  • 024. Liab.: Funding corporations
  • 025. Asset: Households
  • 026. Federal government
  • (1) Direct investment is valued on a current-cost basis.
    Excludes capital gains and losses. Components of direct investment--equity, reinvested earnings, intercompany accounts-are
    not available before 1982.
    (2) Funds invested by financial institutions such as domestic hedge funds through the Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP).

    F.232 Identified Miscellaneous Financial Claims
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

    Nonofficial foreign currencies:
  • 001. Liab.: Rest of the world
  • 002. Asset: Federal government
  • 003. Monetary authority
  • Postal Savings System deposits:
  • 004. Liab.: Federal government
  • 005. Asset: Household sector
  • Deposits at Federal Home Loan Banks:
  • 006. Liab.: Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 007. Asset: U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • Deferred and unpaid life insurance premiums:
  • 008. Liab.: Household sector
  • 009. Asset: Life insurance companies
  • Life insurance company reserves:
  • 010. Liab.: Life insurance companies
  • 011. Accident and health
  • 012. Policy dividend accumulation
  • 013. Contract claims
  • 014. Asset: Household sector
  • Policy payables:
  • 015. Liab.: Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 016. Asset: Household sector
  • 017. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 018. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • Unallocated insurance company contracts:
  • 019. Liab.: Life insurance companies
  • 020. Asset: Private pension funds
  • 021. State and local government retirement funds
  • Pension fund contributions payable:
  • 022. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 023. Asset: Private pension funds
  • Securities borrowed (net):
  • 024. Liab.: Funding corporations
  • 025. Asset: Brokers and dealers
  • Nonmarketable government securities:
  • 026. Liab.: Federal government
  • 027. Asset: Federal government retirement funds
  • Retiree health care funds (2):
  • 028. Liab.: Federal government
  • 029. Asset: Household sector
  • Claims of pension fund on sponsor (3):
  • 030. Liab.: Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 031. Federal government
  • 032. State and local governments
  • 033. Asset: Private pension funds
  • 034. Federal government retirement funds
  • 035. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • (1) Reciprocal currency arrangements (swap lines) with foreign central banks.
    (2) Includes Uniform Services Retiree Health Care Fund and Postal Service Retiree Health Benefits Fund.
    (3) Assets of the household sector.

    F.233 Unidentified Miscellaneous Financial Claims
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. Net change in liabilities
  • 002. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 003. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 004. Federal government
  • 005. Monetary authority
  • 006. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 007. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 008. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 009. Credit unions
  • 010. Life insurance companies
  • 011. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 012. Finance companies
  • 013. REITs
  • 014. Brokers and dealers
  • 015. Holding companies
  • 016. Funding corporations
  • 017. Net change in assets
  • 018. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 019. Nonfinancial noncorporate business
  • 020. Federal government
  • 021. State and local governments
  • 022. Monetary authority
  • 023. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 024. Foreign banking offices in U.S.
  • 025. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 026. Credit unions
  • 027. Life insurance companies
  • 028. Private pension funds
  • 029. State and local govt. retirement funds
  • 030. Money market mutual funds
  • 031. Mutual funds
  • 032. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 033. Finance companies
  • 034. REITs
  • 035. Brokers and dealers
  • 036. Holding companies
  • 037. Discrepancy
  • F.11 Sector Discrepancies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. All sectors
  • 002. Household sector
  • 003. Nonfinancial corporate business
  • 004. Federal government
  • 005. State and local governments
  • 006. Domestic financial sectors
  • 007. Monetary authority
  • 008. U.S.-chartered depository institutions
  • 009. Foreign banking officed in U.S.
  • 010. Banks in U.S.-affiliated areas
  • 011. Credit unions
  • 012. Property-casualty insurance companies
  • 013. Life insurance companies
  • 014. Mutual funds
  • 015. Government-sponsored enterprises
  • 016. Issuers of asset-backed securities
  • 017. Finance companies
  • 018. REITs
  • 019. Brokers and dealers
  • 020. Holding companies
  • 021. Rest of the world
  • F.12 Instrument Discrepancies
    Billions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted annual rates

  • 001. All types
  • 002. Treasury currency
  • 003. Foreign deposits
  • 004. Net interbank transactions
  • 005. Security repurchase agreements
  • 006. Mail floats
  • 007. Federal government
  • 008. State and local governments
  • 009. Private domestic
  • 010. Trade credit
  • 011. Taxes payable
  • 012. Miscellaneous
  • 013. Nonfinancial
  • Nonfinancial components (sign reversed):
  • 014. Statistical discrepancy (NIPA
  • 015. Contr. for govt. soc. insur., U.S. affiliated areas
  • L.100 Domestic Nonfinancial Sectors
    Billions of dollars; amounts outstanding end of period, not seasonally adjusted

  • 001. Total financial assets
  • 002.