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Consolidated financial statement of the Eurosystem as at 2 February 2024

6 February 2024

In the week ending 2 February 2024 the net position of the Eurosystem in foreign currency (asset items 2 and 3 minus liability items 7, 8 and 9) remained virtually unchanged at EUR 318.1 billion.

As a result of the Eurosystem’s open market operations and standing facilities, net lending to credit institutions (asset item 5 minus liability items 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 4) decreased by EUR 3.3 billion to ‑EUR 3,105.8 billion. This was due primarily to the change in the level of the deposit facility (liability item 2.2).

Base money (liability items 1, 2.1 and 2.2) fell by EUR 2 billion to EUR 5,222.1 billion.

The change in the revaluation accounts (liability item 11) was due to the finalisation of activities for the end of the financial year 2023.

The table below provides the detailed breakdown of securities held for monetary policy purposes (asset item 7.1) into the different portfolios. All portfolios are accounted for at amortised cost.

Table 1

Monetary policy securities portfolios

Reported value as at 02 February 2024

Weekly change – purchases [1]

Weekly change – redemptions

Securities Markets Programme

EUR 2.4 billion

-

-

Covered bond purchase programme 3

EUR 281.3 billion

-

-EUR 1.2 billion

Asset-backed securities purchase programme

EUR 12.9 billion

-

-EUR 0.1 billion

Public sector purchase programme

EUR 2,377.2 billion

-EUR 0.0 billion

-EUR 6.2 billion

Corporate sector purchase programme

EUR 320.7 billion

-

-EUR 0.5 billion

Pandemic emergency purchase programme

EUR 1,667.4 billion

+EUR 4.8 billion

-EUR 8.3 billion

[1] With the discontinuation of the reinvestments under the asset purchase programme, this column may sometimes show negative amounts. These are expected to be infrequent and would result from sales of securities conducted, for instance, for risk management purposes.

The content and format of the weekly financial statement are set out in Annexes IV to VI of Guideline (EU) 2016/2249 of the European Central Bank of 3 November 2016 on the legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks (ECB/2016/34).

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