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Date : Jul 06, 2012
Reserve Bank of India – Bulletin Weekly Statistical Supplement – Extract

1. Reserve Bank of India - Liabilities and Assets

(` Billion)

Item

2011

2012

Variation

Jul. 1

Jun. 22

Jun. 29 #

Week

Year

 

1

2

3

4

5

Loans and advances

 

 

 

 

 

Central Government

7.70

–7.70

State Governments

0.77

3.90

3.83

–0.08

3.06


2. Foreign Exchange Reserves

Item

As on June 29, 2012

Variation over

Week

End-March 2012

End-December 2011

Year

`
Bn.

US$
Mn.

`
Bn.

US$
Mn.

`
Bn.

US$
Mn.

`
Bn.

US$
Mn.

`
Bn.

US$
Mn.

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Total Reserves

16,329.5

289,992.2

–104.7

1,364.5

1,268.2

–4,405.3

524.8

–6,696.5

2,210.8

–25,722.9

(a) Foreign Currency Assets +

14,469.3

256,958.4

–107.7

1,175.3*

1,164.2

–3,110.3

462.8

–5,974.9

1,793.1

–26,500.0

(b) Gold $

1,450.6

25,760.2

7.1

175.2

68.1

–1,262.9

32.5

–860.1

347.4

1,091.8

(c) SDRs @

246.6

4,379.1

–2.5

8.4

18.0

–90.2

10.7

–49.9

40.3

–234.5

(d) Reserve position in the IMF**

163.0

2,894.5

–1.6

5.6

17.9

58.1

18.8

188.4

30.0

–80.2

+ : Excludes ` 37.9 billion/US$ 673 million invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK).
* : Foreign currency assets expressed in US dollar terms include the effect of appreciation/depreciation of non-US currencies (such as Euro, Sterling, Yen) held inreserves. For details, please refer to the Current Statistics section of the RBI Bulletin.
** : Reserve Position in the International Monetary Fund (IMF), i.e., Reserve Tranche Position (RTP) which was shown as a memo item from May 23, 2003 to March 26, 2004 has been included in the reserves from the week ended April 2, 2004 in keeping with the international best practice.          
@ : Includes SDR 3,082.5 million (equivalent to US$ 4,883 million) allocated under general allocation and SDR 214.6 million (equivalent to US $ 340 million) allocated under special allocation by IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively.
$ : Includes ` 314.6 billion (US$  6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3, 2009.


3. Scheduled Commercial Banks - Business in India

(` Billion)

Item

Outstanding
 as on June 15, 2012 #

Variation over

Fortnight

Financial year so far

Year-on-year

2011-2012

2012-2013

2011

2012

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Liabilities to Others

           
 

Aggregate deposits

61,141.4

–236.3

1,401.5

2,050.5

8,267.7

7,660.2

     

(–0.4)

(2.7)

(3.5)

(18.3)

(14.3)

 

Demand

5,874.2

–55.2

–912.9

–379.1

–203.8

370.1

 

Time

55,267.1

–181.1

2,314.4

2,429.6

8,471.5

7,290.1

Bank Credit

47,146.6

24.7

588.4

1,028.1

6,856.3

7,137.3

     

(0.1)

(1.5)

(2.2)

(20.7)

(17.8)

 

Food Credit

1,055.4

–65.1

130.5

242.3

243.6

282.1

 

Non-Food credit

46,091.2

89.8

458.0

785.7

6,612.7

6,855.3


5. Accommodation Provided by Scheduled Commercial Banks to Commercial Sector in the form of Bank Credit and Investments in Shares/Debentures/Bonds/Commercial Paper etc.

(` Billion)

Item

2012 - 2013

2011 - 2012

Outstanding as on

Variation

Outstanding as on

Variation

2012

(2) - (1)

2011

(5) - (4)

 

Mar. 23

June 15

 

Mar. 25

June 17

 
 

1

2

3

4

5

6

3. Total (1B+ 2)

47,027.3

47,944.6

917.4

40,254.0

40,657.2

403.2

Note :  Data on investments are based on Statutory Section 42(2) Returns.


7. Money Stock: Components and Sources

(` Billion)

Item

 Outstanding  as on

Variation over

Fortnight

Financial year so far

Year-on-year

2012

2011-2012

2012-2013

2011

2012

Mar. 31#

June 15 #

Amount

%

Amount

%

Amount

%

Amount

%

Amount

%

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

M3

73,440.7

76,216.5

–67.7

–0.1

1,933.2

3.0

2,775.8

3.8

9,868.6

17.3

9,242.1

13.8

Components (i+ii+iii+iv)

                       

(i)

Currency with the Public

10,266.0

10,912.1

160.1

1.5

504.5

5.5

646.2

6.3

1,303.3

15.7

1,289.3

13.4

(ii)

Demand deposits with banks

7,002.1

6,649.3

–55.7

–0.8

–938.7

–13.0

–352.8

–5.0

–226.4

–3.5

359.5

5.7

(iii)

Time deposits with banks

56,142.0

58,641.7

–171.7

–0.3

2,384.7

4.9

2,499.7

4.5

8,803.1

20.8

7,599.3

14.9

(iv)

"Other" deposits with
Reserve Bank

30.6

13.3

–0.4

–2.9

–17.2

–47.1

–17.2

–56.4

–11.4

–37.2

–6.0

–31.1

Sources (i+ii+iii+iv-v)

                       

(i)

Net Bank credit to Government (a+b)

23,607.8

25,166.2

362.3

1.5

880.0

4.4

1,558.4

6.6

3,516.9

20.4

4,447.2

21.5

 

(a) Reserve Bank

5,296.7

5,748.8

359.2

 

–204.5

 

452.1

 

1,487.3

 

1,987.7

 
 

(b) Other Banks

18,311.1

19,417.4

3.1

1,084.5

6.8

1,106.3

6.0

2,029.6

13.6

2,459.6

14.5

(ii)

Bank credit to commercial sector (a+b)

49,502.8

50,571.9

15.4

727.2

1.7

1,069.1

2.2

7,361.2

20.6

7,478.0

17.4

 

(a) Reserve Bank

39.6

55.5

–0.5

–0.7

—-

15.9

6.2

34.5

 

(b) Other Banks

49,463.2

50,516.4

15.9

727.8

1.7

1,053.2

2.1

7,355.0

20.6

7,443.5

17.3


22. Secondary Market Transactions in Government Securities (Face Value)@

(` Billion)

Item

For the Week Ended June 22, 2012

For the Week Ended June 29, 2012

Amount

YTM (%PA) Indicative**

Amount

YTM (%PA) Indicative**

Minimum

Maximum

Minimum

Maximum

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

II.

RBI*

: Sales

2.1

   

0.6

   
   

: Purchase

2.2

   

115.6+

   

@

:

As reported in Subsidiary General Ledger Accounts at RBI, including 'When Issued' transactions.

*

:

RBI's sales and purchases include transactions in other offices and transactions on behalf of the State Governments and others.

**

:

Minimum and maximum YTMs (% PA) indicative have been given excluding transactions of Non-standard lot size (Less than ` 0.05 billion).

+

:

Includes purchase of Oil Marketing Companies Government of India Special Bonds (Oil bonds) of ` NIL (face value) under Special Market Operation (SMO).

#

:

Provisional

Ajit Prasad
Assistant General Manager

Press Release : 2012-2013/33


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