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SSA Drives Euro CP, US Domestic Banks Fall Back

Post Date: 03/03/2017

Euro Commercial Paper outstandings increased by USD 8.4 billion over the last week  

The amount of outstanding Euro commercial paper (CP) and certificates of deposit (CD) increased over the week ending March 1st, according to CMDportal data.

Outstandings increased by USD 8.4 billion to USD 970.7 billion. (previous week increase USD 1.5 billion)

Bank outstandings increased by USD 2.7 billion to USD 525 billion. (previous week increase USD 617 million)

Government outstandings increased by USD 5.4 billion to USD 291 billion. (previous week increase USD 2 billion)

Corporate outstandings decreased by USD 341 million to USD 106 billion. (previous week decrease USD 625 million)

Asset-backed outstandings increased by USD 700 million to USD 45 billion. (previous week decrease USD 361 million)

Insurance outstandings were down USD 72 million to USD 3.9 billion. (previous week decrease USD 97 million)

 

US Commercial Paper outstandings decreased by USD 5.6 billion over the last week  

The amount of outstanding US commercial paper (CP) and certificates of deposit (CD) increased over the week ending March 1st, according to Federal Reserve data.

Outstandings decreased by USD 5.6 billion to USD 980 billion

In the last week, Non-Financial outstandings decreased USD 1.4 billion to USD 270.7 billion, whilst the Financial Sector decreased by USD 4.5 billion to USD 451.5 billon. 

Domestic Non-Financials increased by USD 700 million, whilst Foreign Non-Financials decreased by USD 2.1 billion. 

Domestic Banks decreased by USD 5 billion whilst Foreign Banks decreased by USD 500 million. 

The US Asset Backed Commercial Paper Sector decreased by USD 300 million to USD 243.6 billion.