Federal Reserve Balance Sheet – April 30 2009

posted by Nima

May 2, 2009 · Posted in Monetary Economics 
Treasury notes and bonds $530,623 25.2%
Term auction credit $403,573 19.2%
Mortgage-backed securities $366,153 17.4%
Central bank liquidity swaps $249,513 11.8%
Net portfolio holdings of Commercial Paper Funding Facility LLC $181,795 8.6%
Federal agency debt securities $68,158 3.2%
Other Federal Reserve assets $60,254 2.9%
Credit extended to AIG $45,492 2.2%
Primary credit $45,261 2.1%
Treasury currency outstanding $42,290 2.0%
Net portfolio holdings of Maiden Lane III LLC $27,449 1.3%
Net portfolio holdings of Maiden Lane LLC $26,502 1.3%
Treasury bills $18,423 0.9%
Net portfolio holdings of Maiden Lane II LLC $18,328 0.9%
Gold stock $11,041 0.5%
Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility $6,379 0.3%
Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility $3,699 0.2%
Special drawing rights certificate account $2,200 0.1%
safe $653,790 31.0%
risky $1,453,343 69.0%

Bottom line: At this point, the US “Lender of Last Resort” is holding 70% risky and 30% safe assets. How much do you trust it?

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