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Appendix V: Statistical Tables

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
August 1981
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Table 25.International Claims of Banks in Europe1 on Nonbanks in Industrial Countries, 1977–80(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979March 1980June 1980September 1980December 1980
BIS European reporting area248.461.170.372.885.788.986.6
Belgium-Luxembourg1.82.63.43.85.15.15.1
France3.34.45.44.95.96.05.9
Germany, Fed. Rep. of16.020.721.625.530.533.229.4
Italy3.44.96.06.47.37.68.6
Netherlands2.22.83.33.43.84.04.0
Sweden3.84.44.45.15.96.66.8
Switzerland3.84.25.34.25.05.55.8
United Kingdom5.35.36.86.57.26.26.3
Other8.811.814.113.015.014.714.7
United States33.94.67.48.19.29.59.4
Canada and Japan3,41.72.12.83.43.63.73.4
Source: BIS.

Including branches of non-European banks.

Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Foreign currency claims only.

Data separating Canada and Japan are not available.

Source: BIS.

Including branches of non-European banks.

Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Foreign currency claims only.

Data separating Canada and Japan are not available.

Table 26.Net Foreign Position1 of Banks in Industrial Countries, 1977–80(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979March 1980June 1980September 1980December 1980
BIS European reporting area212.318.6-1.2-4.4-13.9-21.4-25.5
Foreign currency position-11.4-8.8-26.1-32.8-37.0-41.9-49.3
Belgium-0.6-1.7-3.9-4.0-4.2-5.5-5.5
France-0.82.00.80.9-1.2-1.9-2.9
Germany, Fed. Rep. of2.11.91.7-2.0-1.5-3.2-2.0
Italy-6.7-5.6-6.9-9.1-9.4-10.8-13.9
Luxembourg2.13.83.82.42.73.13.8
Netherlands1.71.0-0.1-0.10.2-1.6
Sweden-0.2-1.1-3.0-3.7-3.9-3.9-4.4
Switzerland5.04.51.10.41.0-1.7
United Kingdom-12.2-10.6-12.0-13.3-14.0-13.1-13.1
Other-1.8-3.0-7.6-3.9-6.1-7.6-8.0
Domestic currency position23.727.424.928.423.120.523.8
France7.312.516.614.216.415.915.8
Germany, Fed. Rep. of7.20.1-6.70.9-2.0-2.41.1
Switzerland8.812.519.820.420.218.917.5
United Kingdom1.12.83.7-3.9-5.7-5.9-4.9
Other-0.7-0.5-8.5-3.2-5.8-6.0-5.7
United States13.827.26.01.421.732.638.7
Canada-0.8-2.7-7.2-6.5-6.7-6.5-8.1
Japan-6.9-5.3-5.5-8.0-16.4-15.0-14.5
Source: BIS.

A negative sign indicates a net foreign liability position.

Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Source: BIS.

A negative sign indicates a net foreign liability position.

Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Denmark, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Table 27.Oil Exporting Countries: Estimated Disposition of the Current Account Surplus, 1974-80(In billions of U.S. dollars)
1974197519761977197819791980
Current account surplus68354031368112
Total cash surplus583942402069120
Disposition
Bank deposits13011131354042
As per cent of total cash surplus51.728.231.032.525.058.035.0
Other28282927152978
Source: World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Differs slightly from Table 6 because of different source.

Source: World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Differs slightly from Table 6 because of different source.

Table 28.External Liabilities of Banks in the BIS Reporting Area by Borrowing Country, 1977-801(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979December 1980
Reporting area2238.8309.1370.6463.7
Reporting area (gross)408.5533.5685.7823.7
Offshore centers71.496.9139.2164.6
Less interbank deposits241.1321.3454.3524.6
Other industrial countries18.625.833.033.9
Australia1.01.11.31.3
Finland1.31.62.12.7
Norway2.73.04.05.0
Spain8.013.117.517.6
Other5.67.08.17.3
Centrally planned economies38.611.015.615.6
Bulgaria0.50.50.70.8
German Democratic Republic0.91.21.92.0
Hungary1.10.91.21.4
Poland0.40.81.10.6
U.S.S.R.4.45.98.68.6
Other1.31.72.12.2
Oil exporting countries75.180.3117.6156.3
Algeria2.02.73.44.6
Indonesia2.42.74.36.7
Venezuela8.29.513.415.8
Middle East51.957.181.3108.9
High absorbers19.223.136.752.0
Low absorbers32.734.044.656.9
Other10.68.315.220.3
Non-oil developing countries74.390.7105.2110.5
Western Hemisphere26.434.640.138.5
Argentina4.34.77.86.6
Brazil6.310.78.14.7
Chile0.81.42.23.4
Colombia1.32.03.13.0
Ecuador0.60.70.70.9
Mexico5.36.48.29.4
Peru0.50.81.42.1
Other7.37.98.68.4
Middle East10.013.815.918.9
Egypt2.83.43.85.1
Israel3.96.06.98.2
Other3.34.45.25.6
Asia21.822.326.426.4
China2.42.42.72.5
India1.93.13.73.5
Korea3.02.53.13.3
Malaysia2.02.13.23.6
Philippines1.82.22.73.4
Thailand1.21.11.41.1
Other9.58.99.69.0
Africa7.78.510.812.2
Ivory Coast0.50.60.80.7
Morocco0.90.91.00.7
South Africa0.81.01.42.0
Other5.56.07.68.8
Europe8.911.512.014.5
Greece3.54.64.75.9
Portugal1.11.72.42.5
Romania0.20.20.30.3
Turkey0.60.80.91.2
Yugoslavia2.32.82.02.5
Other1.21.41.72.1
Unallocated and international organizations14.618.123.030.0
Total430.0535.0665.0810.0
Source: BIS.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Source: BIS.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Table 29.Net External Position of Banks in the BIS Reporting Area by Borrowing Country, 1977-801(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979December 1980
Reporting area2-49.8-76.8-73.6-85.3
Reporting area (gross)-58.6-66.6-98.6-119.7
Offshore centers27.428.616.422.9
Less interbank deposits18.636.88.611.5
Other industrial countries16.314.212.919.2
Australia3.53.33.54.7
Finland3.23.53.64.0
Norway4.45.55.35.5
Spain-6.6-0.4-2.00.6
Other11.82.32.54.4
Centrally planned economies330.236.338.841.2
Bulgaria2.12.72.41.8
German Democratic Republic4.05.05.87.5
Hungary3.75.56.26.0
Poland8.710.913.914.7
U.S.S.R.7.26.94.34.8
Other4.55.36.29.0
Oil exporting countries-38.4-27.3-57.6-90.5
Algeria1.43.03.72.8
Indonesia1.71.8-0.1-2.4
Venezuela-0.23.35.25.5
Middle East-36.6-35.0-58.8-85.3
High absorbers-8.2-7.8-22.5-37.2
Low absorbers-28.4-27.2-36.3-48.1
Other-4.7-0.4-7.6-11.6
Non-oil developing countries47.057.984.0124.7
Western Hemisphere40.046.264.893.9
Argentina0.52.05.312.3
Brazil17.521.028.838.6
Chile0.81.32.33.3
Colombia0.40.10.41.3
Ecuador1.01.72.32.7
Mexico14.616.822.531.6
Peru2.72.62.21.8
Other2.50.71.02.3
Middle East-4.8-7.3-7.7-9.1
Egypt-1.5-1.8-1.8-2.0
Israel-1.1-2.2-2.3-3.4
Other-2.2-3.3-3.6-3.7
Asia-1.80.24.111.9
China-1.9-1.5-0.6-0.3
India-1.4-2.4-2.8-2.6
Korea3.04.47.210.7
Malaysia-0.7-0.6-1.3-1.3
Philippines1.31.82.73.5
Thailand0.91.61.62.1
Other-3.0-3.1-2.7-0.2
Africa8.011.110.711.5
Ivory Coast0.20.81.32.0
Morocco0.41.31.82.3
South Africa7.26.25.04.8
Other0.22.82.62.4
Europe5.17.712.116.5
Greece0.50.30.71.4
Portugal0.81.31.52.7
Romania1.22.33.75.0
Turkey2.12.22.02.1
Yugoslavia1.52.85.57.1
Other-1.0-1.2-1.3-1.8
Unallocated and international organizations-5.3-4.3-4.5-8.8
Source: BIS.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Source: BIS.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Table 30.Bank Lending to Non-Oil Developing Countries, 1973–80(In billions of U.S. dollars and in per cent)
19731974197519761977197819791980
Total net new bank lending11015152114254152
Major exporters of manufactures2116131824
Net oil exporters36251014
Low-income countries44231
Other net oil importers5651013
Share in total net new bank lending of non-oil developing countries (per cent)30.330.037.530.020.627.831.531.5
Share in net new bank lending to non-oil developing countries (per cent) of:
Major exporters of manufactures252.442.952.043.946.2
Net oil exporters328.614.320.024.426.9
Low-income countries2.18.07.31.9
Other net oil importers19.040.720.024.425.0
Increase in claims on non-oil developing countries (per cent)1
All countries28.033.525.128.714.520.627.627.5
Major exporters of manufactures231.613.623.625.827.3
Net oil exporters334.38.217.028.631.3
Low-income countries-12.812.047.650.011.5
Other net oil importers24.523.615.326.527.2
Memorandum item
Increase in total net5 international claims of banks in the BIS reporting area124.129.418.226.920.620.924.324.8
Sources: BIS and Fund staff estimates.

Calculations based on claims, excluding valuation changes due to exchange rate changes in the course of one calendar year in the period 1977–80.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Less than plus or minus $0.5 billion.

Net of redepositing among banks in the BIS reporting area.

Sources: BIS and Fund staff estimates.

Calculations based on claims, excluding valuation changes due to exchange rate changes in the course of one calendar year in the period 1977–80.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Less than plus or minus $0.5 billion.

Net of redepositing among banks in the BIS reporting area.

Table 31.Share of Claims on Developing Countries and Centrally Planned Economies in Banks’ Net International Claims, 1973–801(In per cent)
19731974197519761977197819791980
Claims on non-oil developing countries26.427.228.829.228.227.828.529.0
Major exporters of manufactures212.913.312.813.113.313.6
Net oil exporters37.07.46.86.56.77.1
Low-income countries1.10.81.01.11.31.2
Other net oil importers7.87.77.67.17.27.2
Claims on oil exporting developing countries1.72.85.47.08.79.99.08.1
Claims on centrally planned economies45.35.98.39.09.18.88.27.0
Memorandum items
Share of claims on largest borrowers in total claims on non-oil developing countries
Largest two (Brazil and Mexico)37.840.636.136.935.735.8
Largest ten568.169.566.065.865.967.9
Largest twenty582.183.081.383.083.384.7
Share of net international claims in total net claims of banks9.310.411.512.613.113.014.716.0
Sources: BIS; and Fund staff estimates.

Net of redepositing among banks in the BIS reporting area.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Excluding Fund member countries.

The composition of these two groups changed over time, but the largest market borrowers were generally countries classified as major exporters of manufactures or net oil exporters in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Sources: BIS; and Fund staff estimates.

Net of redepositing among banks in the BIS reporting area.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Excluding Fund member countries.

The composition of these two groups changed over time, but the largest market borrowers were generally countries classified as major exporters of manufactures or net oil exporters in the World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981).

Table 32.External Claims of Banks in the BIS Reporting Area by Borrowing Country, 1977–801(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979December 1980
Reporting area2189.0232.3297.0378.4
Reporting area (gross)349.9466.9587.1704.0
Offshore centers98.8125.5155.6187.5
Less interbank deposits259.7358.1445.7513.1
Other industrial countries34.940.045.953.1
Australia4.54.44.86.0
Finland4.55.15.76.7
Norway7.18.59.310.5
Spain1.412.715.518.2
Other17.49.310.611.7
Centrally planned economies338.847.354.456.8
Bulgaria2.63.23.12.6
German Democratic Republic4.96.27.79.5
Hungary4.86.47.47.4
Poland9.111.715.015.3
U.S.S.R.11.612.812.913.4
Other5.87.08.311.2
Oil exporting countries36.753.060.065.3
Algeria3.45.77.17.4
Indonesia4.14.54.24.3
Venezuela8.012.818.621.3
Middle East15.322.122.523.6
High absorbers11.015.314.214.8
Low absorbers4.36.88.38.8
Other5.97.97.68.7
Non-oil developing countries121.3148.6189.2235.2
Western Hemisphere66.480.8104.9132.4
Argentina4.86.713.118.9
Brazil23.831.736.943.3
Chile1.62.74.56.7
Colombia1.72.13.54.3
Ecuador1.62.43.03.6
Mexico19.923.230.741.0
Peru3.23.43.63.9
Other9.88.69.610.7
Middle East5.26.58.29.8
Egypt1.31.62.03.1
Israel2.83.84.64.8
Other1.11.11.61.9
Asia20.022.530.538.3
China0.50.92.12.2
India0.50.70.90.9
Korea6.06.910.314.0
Malaysia1.31.51.92.3
Philippines3.14.05.46.9
Thailand2.12.73.03.2
Other6.55.86.98.8
Africa15.719.621.523.7
Ivory Coast0.71.42.12.7
Morocco1.32.22.83.0
South Africa8.07.26.46.8
Other5.78.810.211.2
Europe14.019.224.131.0
Greece4.04.95.47.3
Portugal1.93.03.95.2
Romania1.42.54.05.3
Turkey2.73.02.93.3
Yugoslavia3.85.67.59.6
Other0.20.20.40.3
Unallocated and international organizations9.313.818.521.2
Total430.0535.0665.0810.0
Memorandum items
Total gross claims, BIS689.7893.11,110.71,323.1
Gross claims of nonreporting banks in certain offshore centers477.0107.0135.0175.0
Total gross claims, IFS861.61,122.41,412.91,685.3
Sources: BIS; IMF, International Financial Statistics.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Claims of non-U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore and claims of all banks in Bahrain and the Netherlands Antilles.

Sources: BIS; IMF, International Financial Statistics.

The BIS reporting area comprises the Group of Ten countries; Austria, Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland; and the offshore branches of U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Net of double counting due to redepositing among reporting banks.

Excluding Fund member countries.

Claims of non-U.S. banks in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore and claims of all banks in Bahrain and the Netherlands Antilles.

Table 33.Non-Oil Developing Countries: Long-Term External Debt, 1973–80(In billions of U.S. dollars and in per cent)
19731974197519761977197819791980
Total outstanding long-term debt97121147177217273323370
Of which:
Public debt to financial institutions113223039547496113
Major exporters of manufactures2710131621273136
Net oil exporters348111621273136
Low-income countries11123456
Other net oil importers235610132025
Share of debt to financial institutions in total long-term debt (per cent)
All non-oil developing countries13.418.220.422.024.927.129.730.5
Major exporters of manufactures16.720.222.623.225.928.431.332.1
Net oil exporters23.737.235.541.041.743.345.046.3
Low-income countries3.24.74.85.36.77.69.010.5
Other net oil importers10.412.115.316.721.422.927.627.8
Memorandum item
Total debt of non-oil developing countries to banks, BIS series445607596121149189235
Sources: BIS; World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981); and Fund staff estimates.

Owed by or guaranteed by public institutions in the borrowing country.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugsoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook.

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobaco, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in the category in the World Economic Outlook.

Includes claims on the private and public sectors and short-term claims. Because of changes in the coverage of the stock data, the flows of bank lending to non-oil developing countries in Table 30 are not fully consistent with these stock figures.

Sources: BIS; World Economic Outlook, IMF Occasional Paper No. 4 (June 1981); and Fund staff estimates.

Owed by or guaranteed by public institutions in the borrowing country.

Argentina, Brazil, Greece, Israel, Korea, Portugal, South Africa, and Yugsoslavia. Excludes the offshore banking centers Hong Kong and Singapore, included in this category in the World Economic Outlook.

Bolivia, the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Gabon, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobaco, and Tunisia. Excludes the offshore banking center Bahrain, included in the category in the World Economic Outlook.

Includes claims on the private and public sectors and short-term claims. Because of changes in the coverage of the stock data, the flows of bank lending to non-oil developing countries in Table 30 are not fully consistent with these stock figures.

Table 34.Medium-Term Publicized International Bank Credit Commitments, 1977–801(In millions of U.S. dollars)
1977197819791980
Industrial countries12,93533,54422,31833,456
Belgium401,0002,350
Canada5129,5819466,288
Denmark8732,3351,2111,323
France1,8652,4752,7351,940
Italy7792,8083,4156,244
Norway6231,1751,175823
Spain1,8802,2003,5114,312
Sweden1,3761,8611,3191,329
United Kingdom2,4764,7221,377944
United States8482,4653,8353,764
Other1,7033,8821,7944,139
Developing countries18,38936,80142,12133,316
Oil exporting countries5,49810,1847,4805,289
Algeria4272,0681,668303
Indonesia881,6236701,080
Iran1,7611,132
Nigeria1,7501,116633
United Arab Emirates1,03770637292
Venezuela1,6502,0803,2262,877
Other535825428304
Non-oil developing countries12,89126,61734,64128,027
Argentina8281,2732,1232,171
Brazil2,3415,1115,7144,385
Chile2271,145685905
China2,995481
Colombia4385889728
Ecuador428252936694
Greece2225709451,174
Korea7961,6992,5901,888
Malaysia1301,0771971,050
Mexico2,8956,5547,6554,831
Morocco702620450450
Peru144525290
Philippines7051,8721,6731,013
Portugal87641811706
Romania125725280458
Thailand183206197825
Yugoslavia3717451,5121,781
Other2,6649,1534,5164,522
Centrally planned economies22,5662,9773,9561,531
German Democratic Republic692782636176
Hungary350515550550
Poland19374807330
U.S.S.R.400320
International Investment Bank1,000500875
Other505406768475
International organizations197182310550
Other and unallocated97220186100
Total334,18573,72468,89168,934
Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the Fund.

Includes financial institutions of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance but excludes Fund member countries.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the Fund.

Includes financial institutions of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance but excludes Fund member countries.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Table 35.External Assets of Banks by Maturity and Undisbursed Credit Commitments, December 1978–December 19801(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1978December 1979June 1980December 1980
External assetsUndisbursed credit commitmentsExternal assetsUndisbursed credit commitmentsExternal assetsUndisbursed credit commitmentsExternal assetsUndisbursed credit commitments
TotalUp to and including 1 yearTotalUp to and including 1 yearTotalUp to and including 1 yearTotalUp to and including 1 year
Industrial countries outside the reporting area37.615.68.544.218.39.748.120.413.550.521.715.7
Australia5.52.42.46.62.51.96.92.83.97.32.65.2
Finland5.52.61.66.02.61.86.73.32.17.03.92.1
Norway9.12.51.99.72.82.210.43.12.310.83.72.6
Spain13.25.11.916.97.12.719.28.23.519.78.03.8
Other4.33.00.75.03.31.14.93.01.75.73.62.0
Oil exporting countries51.024.316.860.430.717.760.630.517.064.634.316.1
Algeria7.61.33.39.01.33.89.31.53.39.01.52.9
Indonesia5.82.01.55.82.32.15.92.32.46.32.62.2
Iran3.63.23.25.91.81.35.61.81.05.21.90.8
Venezuela14.07.63.620.812.74.120.812.24.224.314.33.7
Other20.010.25.218.912.66.419.012.76.119.814.16.5
Non-oil developing countries162.371.949.5214.491.856.3223.196.360.6254.9116.159.2
Africa21.38.36.823.58.15.823.87.96.324.68.16.4
Ivory Coast1.70.40.42.40.70.42.70.90.63.01.00.4
Morocco2.60.50.63.40.60.33.50.90.33.50.70.3
South Africa8.13.73.07.32.82.77.32.72.87.22.53.1
Other8.93.72.810.44.02.410.33.42.610.93.92.6
Asia24.814.012.535.419.316.339.021.118.044.825.617.6
China1.00.81.22.51.33.82.20.74.02.60.94.0
India0.70.30.50.90.40.70.90.40.71.00.50.9
Korea7.54.33.612.06.74.014.38.34.616.710.44.3
Malaysia1.90.90.62.20.80.72.20.71.42.71.01.4
Philippines5.02.53.17.43.92.98.24.42.89.35.42.4
Thailand2.82.10.83.72.40.83.82.41.24.02.41.3
Other5.93.12.76.73.83.47.44.23.68.45.03.2
Europe21.88.96.534.612.29.131.811.27.435.112.17.9
Greece5.52.31.36.22.51.87.53.02.38.43.23.0
Portugal3.21.31.14.11.31.04.71.71.15.62.11.2
Romania2.91.31.24.42.20.85.62.41.25.82.51.1
Turkey3.82.70.93.91.40.74.21.30.54.41.30.6
Yugoslavia6.21.22.08.21.92.09.32.72.210.42.92.0
Other0.20.17.82.92.80.50.10.10.50.20.2
Middle East13.211.02.712.59.43.111.48.52.913.610.42.8
Egypt1.81.11.22.21.31.32.71.61.13.32.01.5
Israel3.92.80.64.63.11.04.43.00.74.83.40.5
Other7.57.10.95.75.00.84.33.91.15.55.00.8
Western Hemisphere81.229.721.0108.442.822.0117.147.626.0136.859.924.5
Argentina7.03.62.513.47.02.917.39.23.319.910.44.0
Brazil32.99.37.438.611.36.740.913.07.645.716.26.4
Chile2.91.21.44.92.01.55.62.11.77.32.91.6
Colombia2.21.31.33.62.21.43.72.01.74.62.51.7
Ecuador2.61.30.83.11.40.93.41.61.13.91.81.0
Mexico23.37.44.730.910.76.134.713.37.242.518.86.7
Peru3.61.70.53.81.90.73.72.01.14.12.41.3
Other6.73.92.410.16.31.87.84.42.38.84.91.9
Centrally planned economies47.220.611.154.522.99.254.720.39.356.422.08.7
Bulgaria3.51.70.43.41.40.33.51.50.52.91.00.5
German Democratic Republic6.83.11.28.63.71.49.74.01.49.93.81.5
Hungary6.93.70.47.93.80.47.83.30.78.03.40.7
Poland12.44.24.415.86.23.915.84.93.916.25.43.9
U.S.S.R.13.15.44.113.05.02.812.44.02.313.45.61.7
Other4.52.50.65.82.80.45.52.60.56.02.70.5
Total298.1132.485.9373.5163.792.9386.5167.5100.4426.3194.299.7
Source: BIS, adjusted to the latest country classifications of the Fund.

The reporting area for these data is generally broader than that for the data in Table 32 in that it includes all foreign branches of U.S. banks and the affiliates in offshore reporting centers of banks in other countries; but the number of banks reporting is somewhat smaller.

Source: BIS, adjusted to the latest country classifications of the Fund.

The reporting area for these data is generally broader than that for the data in Table 32 in that it includes all foreign branches of U.S. banks and the affiliates in offshore reporting centers of banks in other countries; but the number of banks reporting is somewhat smaller.

Table 36.Distribution of Spreads on Variable-Interest-Rate Eurocurrency Bank Credits, 1973–801(In per cent)
19731974197519761977197819791980
Industrial countries
Up to 0.5002513264858
0.501 to 0.750636512533734
0.751 to 1.00051413561292
1.001 to 1.25033274118524
1.251 to 1.50014473892
1.501 to 1.750201011
Over 1.7501472
Unknown2212232
Developing countries
Up to 0.500111116
0.501 to 0.7503233154239
0.751 to 1.000291619312722
1.001 to 1.2509172813221310
1.251 to 1.50012233625161748
1.501 to 1.75078373232722
Over 1.75082253520714
Unknown311
All categories of borrowers2
Up to 0.500158112333
0.501 to 0.75051524334138
0.751 to 1.00014151231222013
1.001 to 1.2505915182014107
1.251 to 1.5005123833121045
1.501 to 1.75033292320411
Over 1.75041172412412
Unknown31111211
Memorandum item
Average six-month Eurodollar deposit rate (per cent)9.3211.207.616.136.429.3611.9914.15
Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the World Bank.

In addition to industrial and developing countries, the total includes centrally planned economies and international organizations.

Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the World Bank.

In addition to industrial and developing countries, the total includes centrally planned economies and international organizations.

Table 37.Maturity Distribubution of Eurocurency Bank Credit Commitments, 1973–801(In per cent)
19731974197519761977197819791980
Industrial countries
Over 1 year up to 5 years14134027128813
Over 5 years up to 7 years1732445963201123
Over 7 years up to 10 years53418519624448
Over 10 years101061711
Unknown5491065195
Developing countries
Over 1 year up to 5 years71769572381010
Over 5 years up to 7 years81823306427820
Over 7 years up to 10 years4549459566064
Over 10 years331326184
Unknown73294352
All categories of borrowers2
Over 1 year up to 5 years101564491981312
Over 5 years up to 7 years1526273965251122
Over 7 years up to 10 years49444412585255
Over 10 years201116167
Unknown64485494
Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the World Bank.

In addition to industrial and developing countries, the total includes centrally planned economies and international organizations.

Source: World Bank.

The country classifications are those used by the World Bank.

In addition to industrial and developing countries, the total includes centrally planned economies and international organizations.

Table 38.External Claims as Reported by Banks in Major Financial Markets by Country or Region of Lending Bank, 1977–80(In billions of U.S. dollars)
December 1977December 1978December 1979December 1980
Banks in European countries reporting to the BIS466.2611.4776.0902.9
Domestic currency81.4109.4136.3151.7
France11.518.123.224.2
Germany, Fed. Rep. of31.540.347.651.8
Switzerland14.519.327.229.5
United Kingdom12.214.715.522.7
Other11.717.022.823.5
Foreign currency (Eurocurrency market)384.8502.0639.7751.2
Belgium22.931.839.752.4
Luxembourg44.058.379.487.3
France62.280.8100.4118.8
Germany, Fed. Rep. of17.320.821.721.5
Netherlands27.236.644.550.8
Switzerland23.031.431.930.1
United Kingdom159.2202.8270.0333.6
Other29.040.052.156.7
Banks in Canada18.122.325.635.5
Banks in Japan21.733.745.565.7
Banks in the United States92.6118.8136.0176.9
Branches of U.S. banks in certain offshore centers191.1106.5127.6142.1
Total gross external claims689.7892.71,110.71,323.1
Less double counting due to re-depositing among reporting banks259.7357.7445.7513.1
Total claims net of redepositing430.0535.0665.0810.0
Memorandum item
Gross external claims of branches of non-U.S. banks in certain offshore centers1 and external claims of all foreign bank branches in Bahrain and the Netherlands Antilles77107135175
Source: BIS.

The Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Source: BIS.

The Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Panama, Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Table 39.International Bond Issues and Placements by Currency of Denomination, 1976–80(Amount in millions of U.S. dollars and share in per cent)
19761977197819791980
AmountShare of totalAmountShare of totalAmountShare of totalAmountShare of totalAmountShare of total
U.S. dollar20,63160.120,02455.514,05237.515,21640.316,30141.9
Eurobonds9,99912,3367,69310,61413,664
Of which:
Floating rate notes1,8402,0634,1974,235
Foreign bonds10,6327,6886,3594,6022,637
Deutsche mark4,13012.06,72618.68,20821.96,48917.27,75019.9
Eurobonds2,8215,2156,5314,6554,254
Foreign bonds1,3091,5111,6771,8343,496
Swiss franc
Foreign bonds5,44415.94,95913.77,55320.19,51725.27,44119.1
Japanese yen2870.81,3943.94,76612.73,1708.42,0325.2
Eurobonds15511179115416
Foreign bonds1321,2834,6873,0551,616
Netherlands guilder1,1593.45451.57362.05081.31,0692.7
Eurobonds467363384345744
Foreign bonds692182352163325
Pound sterling2210.63430.92910.81,2673.3
Eurobonds2212872911,089
Foreign bonds56178
French franc1380.4620.23340.94091.11,0972.8
Eurobonds621033341,003
Foreign bonds76622317594
Other currencies2,5227.42,1636.01,4904.02,1655.71,9675.1
Eurobonds2,0191,3498531,445977
Foreign bonds503814637720990
Total34,311100.036,094100.037,482100.037,765100.038,924100.0
Source: World Bank.
Source: World Bank.
Table 40.International Bonds, by Type, 1977–80(In millions of U.S. dollars and in per cent)
1977197819791980
Total foreign bonds16,610.221,542.119,964.516,162.1
Percentage share100.0100.0100.0100.0
Straight15,689.818,932.816,696.714,043.1
Percentage share94.487.983.687.0
Convertible and warrant226.2833.72,123.81,121.3
Percentage share1.43.910.66.9
Special placements347.1800.5755.6569.9
Percentage share0.40.60.70.6
Floating rate notes67.1139.8136.1102.3
Percentage share0.40.60.70.6
Others and unknown280.0833.3252.3325.5
Percentage share1.73.91.32.0
Total Eurobonds19,484.115,939.817,799.422,132.0
Percentage share100.0100.0100.0100.0
Straight15,715.011,086.011,081.814,195.7
Percentage share80.669.662.564.1
Convertible and warrant1,172.51,308.01,617.02,593.6
Percentage share6.08.29.111.7
Special placements723.9844.0844.0993.0
Percentage share3.75.34.74.5
Floating rate notes1,840.02,603.04,196.64,234.7
Percentage share9.416.323.619.1
Others and unknown32.798.8115.0
Percentage share0.20.20.5
Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.
Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.
Table 41.Bond Issues and Placements by Developing Country Borrowers, 19801(Amount in millions of U.S. dollars or equivalent)
Country of BorrowerAmountType of Issue or Placement2Market Country or Currency
Foreign bonds
1980
Argentina89.1Public, straightJapan
Argentina49.8Public, straightSwitzerland
Brazil91.7Public, straightJapan
Costa Rica12.1Public, floating rate notesSwitzerland
Indonesia45.8Private, straightSwitzerland
Israel91.8Public, straightUnited States
Israel79.9Public, straightUnited States
Israel68.5Public, straightUnited States
Israel85.3Public, straightUnited States
Ivory Coast14.1Public, straightSwitzerland
Korea47.8Public, straightJapan
Mexico37.2Private, straightUnited States
Mexico2.0Private, straightUnited States
Mexico17.0Public, floating rate notesUnited States
Morocco23.2Public, straightSwitzerland
Philippines66.8Public, straightJapan
South Africa28.5Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa60.2Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa31.1Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa5.8Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa30.1Private, straightSwitzerland
Thailand45.9Public, straightJapan
Yugoslavia12.2Public, floating rate notesSwitzerland
1981 (January-March)
South Africa56.1Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa15.4Private, straightSwitzerland
South Africa21.5Private, straightSwitzerland
Venezuela95.8Public, straightJapan
Eurobonds
1980
Argentina25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Brazil83.7Public, straightDeutsche mark
Brazil84.9Public, straightDeutsche mark
Brazil55.9Public, straightDeutsche mark
Chile57.2Public, straightDeutsche mark
Chile25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Colombia25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Colombia30.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Costa Rica50.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Costa Rica27.2Public, straightDeutsche mark
Costa Rica20.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Egypt30.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
India30.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Israel50.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Israel20.0Public, convertibleU.S. dollars
Israel20.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Israel20.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Israel20.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Mexico40.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Mexico34.8Public, straightFrench francs
Mexico125.0Public, straightU.S. dollars
Mexico25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Mexico75.0Public, straightU.S. dollars
Panama25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Portugal30.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
South Africa67.9Public, straightDeutsche mark
South Africa42.9Private, straightDeutsche mark
South Africa50.0Public, floating rale notesU.S. dollars
South Africa54.3Public, straightDeutsche mark
Venezuela50.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Venezuela81.5Public, straightDeutsche mark
Yugoslavia25.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
1981 (January-March)
Hong Kong20.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Israel7.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Mexico100.0Public, floating rate notesU.S. dollars
Source: World Bank.

Fund member developing countries, according to the country classification used by the Fund.

Classified as public offerings, private placements, straight bonds, or floating rate notes.

Source: World Bank.

Fund member developing countries, according to the country classification used by the Fund.

Classified as public offerings, private placements, straight bonds, or floating rate notes.

Table 42.Developing Country Eurobond Issues and Placements by Currency, 1976–801(In millions of U.S. dollars or equivalent)
19761977197819791980
U.S. dollars4229551,1351,317835
Public issues4129456301,103835
Private placements1010505214
Deutsche mark2731,1991,436421555
Public issues2481,0051,243410512
Private placements251941941143
Kuwaiti dinars28781396127
Public issues24760360127
Private placements412136
Japanese yen
Public issues
Private placements
Saudi Arabian riyals10395
Public issues52
Private placements5195
French francs35
Public issues35
Private placements
U.A.E. dirhams14311
Public issues25
Private placements11711
Bahraini dinars10421
Public issues2021
Private placements18421
Netherlands guilders3067
Public issues
Private placements3067
Other/unallocated213332
Public issues13332
Private placements
Total31,1252,6173,1831,8651,425
U.S. dollar share (per cent)3836367159
Public issues as proportion of total (per cent)8385728897
Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

The country classification is that used by the Fund.

Includes Hong Kong dollars, Venezuelan bolivares, European Units of Account, and unallocated issues.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

The country classification is that used by the Fund.

Includes Hong Kong dollars, Venezuelan bolivares, European Units of Account, and unallocated issues.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Table 43.Maturity Distribution of New International Bond Issues and Placements by Developing Countries, 1976–801(Percentage of total; U.S. dollar equivalent)
Foreign BondsEurobonds
1976197719781979198019761977197819791980
Over 1 year up to 5 years16.326.223.411.719.238.022.718.323.720.3
Over 5 years up to 7 years18.63.413.92.022.747.526.525.834.4
Over 7 years up to 10 years7.124.239.842.249.623.123.930.334.245.3
Over 10 years up to 15 years20.212.422.411.41.64.63.619.68.1
Over 15 years up to 20 years30.85.90.4
Over 20 years up to 25 years
Over 25 years0.1
Unknown25.618.411.114.927.66.52.45.37.7
Total2100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0
Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

Classification of countries is that used in the World Bank publication.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

Classification of countries is that used in the World Bank publication.

Components may not add to totals due to rounding.

Table 44.Maturity Distribution of Market Borrowing, 1976–801(In per cent)
19761977197819791980
Publicized bank credit commitments
All categories of borrowers
Over 1 year up to 5 years491981312
Over 5 years up to 7 years3965251122
Over 7 years up to 10 years412585255
Over 10 years up to 15 years6167
Developing country borrowers2
Over 1 year up to 5 years562381010
Over 5 years up to 7 years316427820
Over 7 years up to 10 years59566064
Over 10 years up to 15 years6174
Longest maturity (years)310101518
Average maturity (years/months)35/96/88/48/5
International bond issues by developing countries2
Eurobonds
Over 1 year up to 5 years3823182420
Over 5 years up to 7 years2848272634
Over 7 years up to 10 years2324303445
Over 10 years up to 15 years54208
Foreign bonds
Over 1 year up to 5 years1626231219
Over 5 years up to 7 years193142
Over 7 years up to 10 years724404250
Over 10 years up to 15 years201222112
Over 10 years up to 20 years2146
Source: World Bank.

Percentages do not add to 100 because of unknown, unallocated maturities.

World Bank country classification.

OECD, Financial Market Trends.

Reflects public issues in the U.S. market by a Philippine Government entity which carried the guarantee of the U.S. Export-Import Bank.

Source: World Bank.

Percentages do not add to 100 because of unknown, unallocated maturities.

World Bank country classification.

OECD, Financial Market Trends.

Reflects public issues in the U.S. market by a Philippine Government entity which carried the guarantee of the U.S. Export-Import Bank.

Table 45.Initial Offering Yields of Publicly Offered Bonds and Eurobonds, 1977–801(Weighted averages of straight debt issues)
1977197819791980
Foreign bonds
U.S. market
Industrial countries8.398.9110.1412.45
Developing countries8.589.82
International organizations7.899.0910.1312.10
German market
Industrial countries5.167.128.42
Developing countries7.708.01
International organizations6.236.067.568.66
Swiss market
Industrial countries5.193.963.975.79
Developing countries5.375.125.106.36
International organizations4.893.994.485.97
Japanese market
Industrial countries7.386.417.438.76
Developing countries6.976.907.788.95
International organizations6.876.478.128.79
Eurobonds
U.S. dollar
Industrial countries8.38.749.8111.70
Developing countries8.859.779.7911.82
International organizations7.928.8610.1011.13
Deutsche mark
Industrial countries6.385.506.948.30
Developing countries7.286.757.669.18
International organizations6.115.937.468.67
Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

Classification of countries is that used in the World Bank publication.

Source: World Bank, Borrowing in International Capital Markets.

Classification of countries is that used in the World Bank publication.

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