Rbi+balance+sheet

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Rbi+balance+sheet

  1. 1. Balance sheet of RBI Liabilities A. Monetary Liabilities ( ML) A 1. Notes in circulation A 2. Other Deposits a. Deposits of Quasi government institutions b. Balances of the accounts of foreign central banks and governments c. Accounts of international agencies e.g. IMF, etc. A 3. Deposits of Banks ( Reserves) B. Non Monetary Liabilities ( ML) B 1. Capital account & Net worth a. Paid up capital b. Statutory Reserve c. Contingency Reserve B 2. Government Deposits B 3. IMF a/c No. 1 B 4. Miscellaneous NMLs Bills payable, RBI employees’ pension fund, Cooperative Guarantees / Provident Fund, Compulsory Deposit Scheme Balance etc. Assets A. Financial Assets A 1. RBI credit to Centre a. Loans & Advances from RBI to Centre b. RBI holdings of Treasury Bills, dated securities and rupee coins & small coins A 2. RBI credit to State governments: loans & advances to state governments B. Credit to Commercial sector B 1. Shares / Bonds of Financial institutions B 2. Ordinary debentures of cooperative sector B 3. Debentures of cooperative land mortgage banks B 4. Loans to financial institutions B 5. Internal bills purchased & discounted C. RBI’s gross claims on Banks C 1. Refinance of RBI to banks C 2. Fixed investments in commercial banks’ shares, bonds, debentures etc. D. Net Foreign Assets D 1. Gold coin & bullion D 2. Eligible foreign securities D 3. Balances held abroad netted for balances in IMF account no. 1 minus India’s quota subscription in rupees Other Assets (OA) A. Physical assets B. Others

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