The CNB Ten-day Balance Sheet

THE CNB TEN-DAY BALANCE SHEET
in CZK millions
  ASSETS 31.07.2020 Difference compared with the previous ten-day balance sheet
  1.Gold1 992 0
  2.Receivables from the International Monetary Fund87 222 -1 743
  3.Receivables from abroad, including securities3 455 527 -134 277
  3.1Deposits with foreign banks807 282 -4 853
  3.2Securities2 281 234 -135 409
  3.3Other receivables from abroad367 011 5 985
  4.Receivables from banks operating on domestic market0 0
  5.Receivables from the state0 0
  6.Fixed assets2 984 -23
  7.Other assets8 483 657
  7.1Other finacial assets4 995 87
  7.2Securities valuation differences0 0
  7.3Other3 488 570
   TOTAL ASSETS 3 556 208 -135 386
       
  LIABILITIES    
  1.Banknotes and coins in circulation681 107 -5 628
  2.Liabilities to the International Monetary Fund82 406 -1 454
  3.Liabilities abroad36 673 -6 165
  3.1Loans received from abroad11 652 -7 043
  3.2Other liabilities abroad25 021 878
  4.Liabilities to banks operating on domestic market2 812 470 7 581
  4.1Loans received2 691 802 -9 928
  4.2Required minimum reserves90 604 -4 546
  4.3Other liabilities to domestic banks30 064 22 055
  5.Liabilities to the state and other public institutions3 035 -174
  6.Other liabilities16 522 -505
  7.Reserves0 0
  8.Securities valuation differences4 364 87
  9.Capital and funds1 400 0
  10.Retained profits (accumulated losses)-129 217 0
  11.Profit (loss) for the accounting period47 448 -129 128
   TOTAL LIABILITIES 3 556 208 -135 386
As they have been rounded off, the total sums presented in the tables (totals and sub-totals) may not correspond to the sum of the partial amounts.
Prague, 06.08.2020