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ASSET-BACKED SECURITY SOURCES, 2002-2011

($ billions, end of year)

Year Agency securities (1) Mortgages (2) Consumer loans Business loans Trade receivables Treasury securities Total 
2002 $286.5 $836.0 $630.4 $144.0 $83.5 $0.9 $1,981.3
2003 368.7 1,009.5 594.8 149.2 92.3 2.8 2,217.4
2004 357.7 1,449.7 571.5 168.1 102.6 8.0 2,657.7
2005 323.7 2,140.0 609.9 188.3 99.8 27.7 3,389.4
2006 350.1 2,767.2 636.3 253.4 108.3 61.1 4,176.3
2007 372.4 2,946.3 673.0 341.9 111.7 85.8 4,531.0
2008 346.1 2,593.9 632.9 379.8 95.5 72.2 4,120.4
2009 117.4 2,227.6 593.3 252.2 61.3 53.9 3,305.7
2010 19.0 1,901.4 63.0 201.0 51.8 40.1 2,276.4
2011 11.5 1,679.2 55.0 195.2 47.6 29.2 2,017.7

(1) Securities of federal mortgage pools backing privately issued collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs). In CMOs, mortgage principal and interest payments are separated into different payment streams to create bonds that repay capital over differing periods of time.
(2) Mortgages backing privately issued pool securities and CMOs.

Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, June 7, 2012.

 
ASSET-BACKED SECURITY SOURCES, 1999-2008

($ billions, end of year)

Year Agency
securities (1)
Mortgages (2) Consumer
loans
Business
loans
Trade
receivables
Treasury
securities
Total
1999 $154.4 $552.1 $456.7 $90.1 $67.2 $0.0 $1,320.5
2000 162.9 618.0 528.4 104.2 83.3 0.1 1,497.0
2001 196.5 740.0 598.0 130.5 89.1 0.5 1,754.7
2002 271.9 850.7 633.3 136.6 83.5 0.9 1,976.9
2003 354.2 1,024.0 596.8 141.7 92.3 2.8 2,211.9
2004 348.8 1,458.3 571.5 161.9 102.6 8.0 2,651.2
2005 316.4 2,145.4 604.0 182.9 99.8 27.7 3,376.2
2006 340.4 2,775.9 664.2 238.8 108.3 56.4 4,183.9
2007 359.6 2,956.8 683.7 327.9 111.7 77.5 4,517.1
2008 340.6 2,591.7 653.8 348.3 95.5 65.1 4,095.0

(1) Securities of federal mortgage pools backing privately issued collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs). In CMOs, mortgage principal and interest payments are separated into different payment streams to create bonds that repay capital over differing periods of time.      
(2) Mortgages backing privately issued pool securities and CMOs.       
      
Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, June 11, 2009.      

 
ASSET-BACKED SECURITY SOURCES, 2000-2009

($ billions, end of year)

Year Agency securities (1) Mortgages (2) Consumer loans Business loans Trade receivables Treasury securities Total
2000 $176.4 $604.5 $528.4 $104.2 $83.3 $0.1 $1,497.0
2001 211.4 725.1 597.8 127.7 89.1 0.5 1,751.7
2002 286.5 836.0 630.4 144.0 83.5 0.9 1,981.3
2003 369.0 1,009.3 594.8 149.2 92.3 2.8 2,217.4
2004 363.4 1,443.7 571.5 168.1 102.6 8.0 2,657.4
2005 330.5 2,131.3 609.9 188.3 99.8 27.7 3,387.5
2006 349.7 2,767.0 661.1 253.4 108.3 56.4 4,195.8
2007 367.5 2,950.0 683.7 341.9 111.7 77.5 4,532.2
2008 338.6 2,595.4 646.4 379.8 95.5 65.1 4,120.8
2009 144.3 2,216.9 577.9 328.7 61.1 48.7 3,377.5

(1) Securities of federal mortgage pools backing privately issued collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs). In CMOs, mortgage principal and interest payments are separated into different payment streams to create bonds that repay capital over differing periods of time.
(2) Mortgages backing privately issued pool securities and CMOs.

Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, June 10, 2010.

 
ASSET-BACKED SECURITY SOURCES, 2001-2010

($ billions, end of year)

Year Agency
securities (1)
 Mortgages (2)   Consumer
loans
Business
loans
 Trade
receivables  
 Treasury
securities  
Total  
2001 $211.4 $725.1 $597.8 $127.7 $89.1 $0.5 $1,751.7
2002 286.5 836.0 630.4 144.0 83.5 0.9 1,981.3
2003 368.7 1,009.5 594.8 149.2 92.3 2.8 2,217.4
2004 361.1 1,446.1 571.5 168.1 102.6 8.0 2,657.5
2005 330.4 2,131.4 609.9 188.3 99.8 27.7 3,387.6
2006 355.3 2,761.5 661.1 253.4 108.3 56.4 4,195.9
2007 381.6 2,936.0 683.7 341.9 111.7 85.8 4,540.6
2008 353.5 2,584.5 646.4 379.8 95.5 72.2 4,131.9
2009 126.0 2,199.7 577.9 328.7 61.3 53.9 3,347.4
2010 18.3 1,887.0 131.7 222.2 51.8 40.3 2,351.3

(1) Securities of federal mortgage pools backing privately issued collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs). In CMOs, mortgage principal and interest payments are separated into different payment streams to create bonds that repay capital over differing periods of time.
(2) Mortgages backing privately issued pool securities and CMOs.

Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, June 9, 2011.