Graph: Savings Institutions; Credit Market Instruments; Asset, Level (DISCONTINUED SERIES)

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(a) Savings Institutions; Credit Market Instruments; Asset, Level (DISCONTINUED SERIES), Billions of Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted (SITCMAHDFS)
The FRED series Total Credit Market Assets Held by Domestic Financial Sectors - Savings Institutions is now known as Savings Institutions; Credit Market Instruments; Asset.

The source series id is FL444004005.Q.

This series previously appeared in Table L.1. The series no longer updates. However, the Board of Governors will no longer feature this series in the Z.1 Flow of Funds release. For further assistance see the information provided in the guide to the Flow of Funds at

Savings Institutions; Credit Market Instruments; Asset, Level (DISCONTINUED SERIES)


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