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Bank Euro Commercial Paper increases USD2.9bn whilst Foreign Bank US Commercial Paper decrease by USD3.2bn

Post Date: 19/05/2016

Euro Commercial Paper outstandings increase by USD4.1bn over the last week (previous week increase USD12.4bn) 

The amount of outstanding Euro commercial paper (CP) and certificates of deposit (CD) increased over the week ending May  18th, according to CMDportal data.

Outstandings increased by USD4.1 billion to USD893.5 billion due to the Bank and Corporate Sectors.

Bank outstandings increased by USD2.9bn to USD495.8 billion. (previous week increase USD5.7bn)

Government outstandings decreased by USD1.1 billion to USD244.9 billion. (previous week increase USD5.9bn)

Corporate outstandings increased USD1.9 billion to USD107.2 billion. (previous week increase USD1.1bn)

Asset-backed outstandings increased by USD438 million to USD41.3 billion. (previous week decrease USD 434 million)

Insurance outstandings were up USD31 million to USD4.4 billion. (previous week increase USD215 million)

  

US Commercial Paper outstandings increase by USD 300 million over the last week (previous week increase USD6.8bn) 

The amount of outstanding US commercial paper (CP) and certificates of deposit (CD) increased over the week ending May 11th, according to Federal Reserve data.

Outstandings increased by USD 300 million to USD1,101.0 billion, with  the Non-Financial sectors mainly responsible for the increase.

In the last week, Non-Financial outstandings increased by USD5.8 billion to USD291.5 billion, whilst the Financial Sector decreased by USD5.8bn to USD550.8bn.

Domestic Non-Financials increased by USD5.8 billion, whilst Foreign Non-Financials decreased by a USD 100 million.

Domestic Banks decreased by USD2.6 billion whilst Foreign Banks decreased by USD3.2 billion.

The US Asset Backed Commercial Paper Sector increased by USD 200 million to USD257.2 billion.