Bank of Japan Accounts (June 10, 2003)
June 12, 2003
Bank of Japan
|Assets||Liabilities and Capital Accounts|
|Cash 1||267,612,864||Current deposits||28,569,543,774|
|Receivables under resale agreements||6,454,998,753||Other deposits 6||1,261,361,050|
|Bills purchased||30,541,100,000||Deposits of the
|Government securities *1||88,043,241,014||Payables under repurchase agreements||18,524,635,326|
|Pecuniary trust (stocks held as trust property) *2,2||1,450,196,721||Bills sold||1,000,500,000|
|Loans (excluding those
to the Deposit Insurance
|Foreign currency assets 3||4,256,775,795||Reserves 5,8||2,815,102,305|
|Deposits with agencies 4||40,419,727||Capital||100,000|
|Others 5||863,273,599||Legal and special
|*1 Breakdown of government securities|
|Long-term government bonds||60,952,300,799|
|Treasury bills and financing bills||27,090,940,214|
|*2 Total amount of stocks purchased 10||1,442,759,940|
Notes: 1 Coins reserved for circulation.
2 Stocks purchased from financial institutions through a trust bank, and other trust properties. Registered on the date of delivery. "Pecuniary trust (stocks held as trust property)" does not necessarily correspond to "Total amount of stocks purchased" due to settlement of trust accounts at the end of the fiscal year, payment of dividends, trust fees, etc.
3 Includes foreign currency deposits held at foreign central banks and the Bank for International Settlements, and securities issued by foreign governments.
4 Deposits held at agencies that conduct operations relating to treasury funds and government securities on behalf of the Bank of Japan. These deposits are reserved for such operations.
5 From the report for September 30, 2001, reserves for possible loan losses are registered as deductions under Others in Assets (in previous reports, the reserves are included in Reserves in Liabilities and Capital Accounts).
6 Deposits held by foreign central banks and others.
7 Includes miscellaneous liabilities and current income (net accumulated profits). For reports from April to around mid-May, net income for the previous fiscal year before appropriation is also included.
8 Includes reserves for possible losses on securities and foreign exchange transactions, and reserves for retirement allowances.
9 Legal reserves are maintained to cover possible losses and to pay dividends. The dividends unpaid from the first half of fiscal 1945 to the first half of fiscal 1949 were set aside and recorded as special reserves.
10 Registered on the date of delivery.