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Chart CM-A -- U.S. Liabilities to Foreigners Reported by U.S. Banks, Brokers and Dealers with Respect to Selected Countries 2000 1800 1600 1400 Billions $ 1200 1000 800 600 400 UK 200 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 Sept. 2007 E O J A UK C C C C E J AO UK C UK UK E AO E AO J E AO J J United Kingdom (UK) Carribean Banking Centers (C) All Other Asia (A) All Other Europe (E) Japan (J) All Other Countries (O) (In millions of dollars. Source: Treasury International Capital Reporting System) Country 20
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  Country2003200420052006Sept. 2007 United Kingdom...................345,235501,721590,505926,0081,059,242All other Europe...................462,334611,774691,138641,538718,732Caribbean banking ctrs\1955,5361,186,2211,200,4441,666,9431,808,085Japan.......................................170,315173,872161,951140,402170,819All other Asia........................214,276260,142256,934299,497333,838Subtotal..................................2,147,6962,733,7302,900,9723,674,3884,090,716All other countries.............234,774284,143285,773327,615377,662Grand total........................2,382,4703,017,8733,186,7454,002,0034,468,378 \1 Includes Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles, and Panama. For data beginning June 2006,also includes the British Virgin Islands. (In millions of dollars. Source: Treasury International Capital Reporting System) Chart CM-A -- U.S. Liabilities to Foreigners Reported by U.S. Banks,Brokers and Dealers with Respect to Selected Countries UKUKUKUKUKEEEEECCCCCJJJJJAAAAAOOOOO 02004006008001000120014001600180020002003200420052006Sept. 2007    B   i   l   l   i  o  n  s   $ United Kingdom (UK)All Other Europe (E)Carribean Banking Centers (C)Japan (J)All Other Asia (A)All Other Countries (O) U.S. liabilities to foreigners reported by U.S. banks were recorded at $4.5 trillion in September 2007, anincrease of $466 billion from yearend 2006. U.S. banking liabilities include foreign holdings of U.S.short-term securities but exclude foreign holdings of U.S. long-term securities. U.S. banking liabilitiesincreased about $815 billion in 2006, about $169 billion in 2005, and about $635 billion in 2004.However, much of the increase in liabilities to foreigners in 2006 reflects changes in coverage in the bank reported data in the first and second quarters of 2006. Between June and December of 2006, when dataare reported on a consistent basis, banking liabilities increased about $241 billion.U.S. banking liabilities are concentrated in international financial centers. The data on this page showthat more than 60 percent of U.S. banking liabilities is currently recorded against the United Kingdomand banking centers in the Caribbean. These financial centers have recorded most of the growth in banking liabilities in recent years. Foreigners domiciled in the rest of Europe and in Asia account for about one-quarter of U.S. banking liabilities.  Country2003200420052006Jun. 2007 United Kingdom...................385,701567,001627,105938,0641,046,461All other Europe...................401,137527,615604,908666,015867,770Caribbean banking ctrs\1612,200755,954870,4411,062,5791,165,452Japan.......................................74,174102,859114,713155,587129,058All other Asia........................65,92270,60192,38789,236104,082Subtotal..................................1,539,1342,024,0302,309,5542,911,4813,312,823All other countries.............160,865164,411190,845220,989263,489Grand total........................1,699,9992,188,4412,500,3993,132,4703,576,312 \1 Includes Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles, and Panama. For data beginning June 2006,also includes the British Virgin Islands. (In millions of dollars. Source: Treasury International Capital Reporting System) Chart CM-B -- U.S. Claims on Foreigners Reported by U.S. Banks,Brokers and Dealers with Respect to Selected Countries UKUKUKUKUKEEEEECCCCCJJJJJAAAAAOOOOO 02004006008001000120014002003200420052006Jun. 2007    B   i   l   l   i  o  n  s   $ United Kingdom (UK)All Other Europe (E)Carribean Banking Centers (C)Japan (J)All Other Asia (A)All Other Countries (O) In June 2007, U.S. claims on foreigners reported by U.S. banks amounted to about $3.6 trillion, anincrease of $444 billion from the level recorded at yearend 2006. U.S. banking claims include holdingsof foreign short-term securities but exclude holdings of foreign long-term securities. U.S. bankingclaims increased $632 billion in 2006, but part of the increase reflects changes in coverage in the bank-reported data in the first and second quarters of 2006. Between June and December of 2006, when dataare reported on a consistent basis, banking claims increased about $201 billion. Banking claimsincreased $312 billion in 2005 and $488 billion in 2004.As with U.S. banking liabilities, U.S. banking claims on foreigners are concentrated in internationalfinancial centers. About 60 percent of these claims are reported opposite the United Kingdom and banking centers in the Caribbean. The share of claims against foreigners domiciled in Asia has declinedover the past several years from about 20 percent at the end of 1996 to less than 10 percent currently.  Country20042005200620072007Sept. YTDJul.-Sept. United Kingdom.....................254,112363,593476,119449,32689,652All other Europe..................110,153146,910131,427-7,036-32,967Caribbean banking ctrs\187,638102,259152,32234,145-13,653Japan....................................247,11479,81458,387-16,329-20,933All other Asia.........................130,399187,284226,313177,15614,249Subtotal....................................829,416879,8601,044,568637,26236,348All other countries...................87,040131,680121,376104,2487,954Grand total........................916,4561,011,5401,165,944741,51044,302 \1 Includes Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles, and Panama. For data beginning June 2006,also includes the British Virgin Islands. (In millions of dollars. Source: Treasury International Capital Reporting System) Chart CM-C -- Net Purchases of Long-Term Domestic Securities byForeigners, Selected Countries UKUKUKUKUKEEEEECCCCCJJJJJAAAAAOOOOO -300-1001003005007009002004200520062007 Sept. YTD2007 Jul.-Sept.    B   i   l   l   i  o  n  s   $ United Kingdom (UK)All Other Europe (E)Carribean Banking Centers (C)Japan (J)All Other Asia (A)All Other Countries (O) annualized ratesannualized rates The data on this page represent foreign investors’ purchases and sales of long-term U.S. securities (that is,U.S. Treasury and Government agency bonds and notes, and U.S. corporate bonds and stocks) as reportedto the Treasury International Capital (TIC) reporting system. Foreign investors also acquired U.S. equitiesthrough mergers and reincorporations that involve stock swaps. Net foreign acquisitions of U.S. equitiesthrough stock swaps have been modest, amounting to $2 billion in 2003, $36 billion in 2004, $6 billion in2005, $4 billion in 2006, and $7 billion in the first three quarters of 2007. (Stock swaps data for the mostrecent quarter are Federal Reserve Board/Treasury estimates and are subject to substantial revisions.)These stock swaps are not reported under the TIC reporting system, but are available on the TIC web site.The TIC website also provides estimates from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on principalrepayment flows on foreign holdings of U.S. government agency and corporate asset-backed securities(ABS). These repayments, also not reported under the TIC system, are estimated to have reduced foreignnet purchases of U.S. securities by $123 billion in 2003, $86 billion in 2004, $144 billion in 2005, $155 billion in 2006, and nearly $148 billion in the first three quarters of 2007. Net foreign purchases of U.S. securities first surpassed $100 billion in 1993. In 2003, net foreignacquisitions of U.S. securities (including stock swaps and accounting for ABS repayment flows) totaled$599 billion. Net acquisitions picked up to $866 billion in 2004, grew a bit further to $873 billion in2005, and reached a new record of nearly $1,015 billion in 2006. Net purchases were $601 billion in thefirst three quarters of 2007, a pace of acquisition below that in 2006 because of a slow third quarter.  Type200320042005200620072007Sept. YTDJul.-Sept. Foreign Bonds......-32,04667,87245,095144,090119,26940,526Foreign Stocks......88,58784,970127,296107,703103,28828,512Total......................56,541152,842172,391251,793222,55769,038 * Net purchases by U.S. investors equal net sales by foreigners, or gross sales minus gross purchases of securities. (In millions of dollars. Source: Treasury International Capital Reporting System)   Chart CM-D -- Net Purchases of Long-Term Foreign Securities byU.S. Investors* BBBBBBSSSSSSTTTTTT -100-5005010015020025030035040020032004200520062007 Sept.YTD2007 Jul.-Sept.    B   i   l   l   i  o  n  s   $ Foreign Bonds (B)Foreign Stocks (S)Total Foreign Securities (T) The data on this page represent U.S. investors’ purchases and sales of long-term foreign securities asreported to the Treasury International Capital (TIC) reporting system. However, in the past severalyears, U.S. investors also have acquired a substantial amount of foreign stocks, mostly European,through mergers that involve stock swaps. In addition, when foreign firms reincorporate in the UnitedStates, the associated stock swap reduces U.S. holdings of foreign equity. Net acquisitions throughstock swaps amounted to $80 billion in 2000, $47 billion in 2001, $3 billion in 2002, $17 billion in2003, -$12 billion in 2004, $8 billion in 2005, $21 billion in 2006, and $9 billion in the first threequarters of 2007. (Stock swaps data for the most recent quarter are Federal Reserve Board/Treasuryestimates and are subject to substantial revisions.) These stock swaps are not reported under the TICreporting system, but are available on the TIC web site.Including the stock swaps, annual U.S. net purchases of long-term foreign securities averaged about$100 billion from the mid-1990s through 2000, without much variation from year to year. U.S.investors’ acquisitions of foreign securities (including stock swaps) then slowed over the 2001-2003 period before rebounding to $141 billion in 2004 and $180 billion in 2005. The pace of U.S.acquisitions picked up further in 2006, as U.S. investors acquired $272 billion in foreign securities.This strength continued in the first three quarters of 2007, as U.S. investors acquired $231 billion inforeign securities. (annualized rates)(annualized rates)
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