Demand Deposits Due to Foreign Commercial Banks - United States

Demand Deposits Due to Foreign Commercial Banks was last reported at 82.40 Bil. of $ in December of 2016, according to the United States Federal Reserve. Demand Deposits Due to Foreign Commercial Banks averaged 11.7964 Bil. of $ since its inception reaching a record high of 82.4000 Bil. of $ and a record low of 1.2000 Bil. of $. This page includes actual data and historical chart for Demand Deposits Due to Foreign Commercial Banks.



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