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 U.S. Financial Firms' Liabilities to Foreign Residents

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STATISTICS (8-15-2014) reported by banks and other financial firms (previously by banks; see news #3.a below)

  1. Liabilities to all foreign residents, by type and holder
    Note: Short-term U.S. securities held by foreigners are included (see News #2(a) below.):
    1. Recent data. Also available in "CSV" format.
    2. Historical data. Also available in "CSV" format.

  2. Liabilities by type and country and region:
    1. (1-16-2014) Recent data: Total banking & short-term securities liabilities by country. Also available in "CSV" format.
    2. By Country (see News #2(b) on short-term securities)

    3. Grand Total (total of all countries). (2,000 KB). Also, data before February 2003.
    4. Global (includes a set for each country). Also available in "CSV" and "txt (tab-delimited)" formats, to download for spreadsheets. The list of country codes-country names is available at the tab "Using TIC" in the grey bar above, over the word "statistics". Also, data before February 2003 (2,090 KB); in  "CSV" and "txt (tab-delimited)" formats.
    5. Europe & Canada. Also, data before February 2003.
    6. Latin America & Caribbean. Also, data before February 2003.
    7. Asia. Also, data before February 2003.
    8. Africa, International Organizations, & Others. Also, data before February 2003.

News

  1. Quarterly Analysis and Charts (PDF).

  2. Short-term negotiable U.S. securities and CDs are included in the banking liabilities data on this webpage.
    1. In section A above, the aggregated data for all foreign residents show foreign holdings of (1) U.S. Treasury bills (lines 5,10,15,35), (2) Other short-term securities and CDs (lines 6,11,16,36), (3) short-term U.S. agency securities (line 37), and (4) negotiable CDs (line 38).
    2. In section B above, the country data show holdings by foreign residents of (1) U.S. Treasury bills (column 9), (2) Other short-term securities (column 10), and negotiable CDs (column 11).

  3. Data-Series Breaks and Other Changes:
    1. December 2013. Beginning with data as-of December 2013, the TIC reports underlying the monthly banking statistics on this webpage were redefined to include all financial firms. At the same time, the TIC report underlying the quarterly nonbank statistics was redefined to include only nonfinancial firms. To reflect the changes in coverage, the banking statistics were renamed the financial firm reported statistics, effective with the release on February 18, 2014, and the nonbank statistics were renamed the nonfinancial statistics, effective with the March 18, 2014 release.
      -- Effective with the monthly release of February 18, 2014, the reporting panel for the U.S. Financial Firms’ statistics on this webpage was increased to include nonbank financial firms that previously reported with  nonbanks, beginning with the data as-of December 2013.
      -- Effective with the monthly release on August 15, 2014, the reporting panel for the U.S. Financial Firms’ statistics has been further expanded to include additional financial firms, beginning with the data as-of December 2013.
    2. 2008-2009: Effective with the data release on September 16, 2009, a number of institutions were reclassified in the TIC system as bank holding companies. These data reporters are now included in the monthly bank-reported statistics above and are no longer reporting only quarterly as nonbanks. This change in reporter classification affects data going back to October 2008.
    3. Changes beginning with data as of February 2003.
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