Typically published within the third week of the month.
|Month-end, Millions of dollars||CANSIM||2020‑11||2020‑12||2021‑01||2021‑02||2021‑03|
|Other loans||V37159||1,577,796||1,598,771 R||1,565,341||1,565,090||1,556,132|
|Deposits with banks||V37161||308,014||373,291||326,653||384,926||405,203|
|Other assets||V37162||23,092||92,933 R||374,933||255,515||14,627|
|Demand and notice||V53006676||1,212,166||1,216,078 R||1,229,360||1,230,417||1,249,844|
|Of which: Deposits of banks||V37164||125,363||147,239||118,258||128,534||138,148|
|Of which: Other deposits||V37165||2,185,292||2,258,968 R||2,225,651||2,233,845||2,212,528|
|Other liabilities||V37166||576,242||673,002 R||858,669||780,493||553,186|
|Net foreign assets||V37167||-6,270||-17,700 R||28,629||3,515||-10,343|
Source: Bank of Canada, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI)
Data cover total foreign currency assets and liabilities of the chartered banks, whether booked in Canada or abroad. The figures include all gold transactions. Published data are available from January 1954.
Users are referred to the notes to the tables in the December 1982 issue of the Review and in earlier issues for a description of the impact on the data of the 1967 Bank Act revisions.
Assets do not include bank premises abroad. Call loans include day, call, and short loans to investment dealers and stockbrokers in foreign currencies. Other assets include gold coin and bullion, foreign notes and coin, and foreign currency items in transit (float). The last item is frequently a net liability.