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Figure 2. The title is "Average Liability Structure--BIF Member Institutions."

A bar chart showing the assets of different-sized institutions. Those with assets of zero to 100 million dollars had about 68 percent in estimated insured domestic deposits; about 25 percent in estimated uninsured domestic deposits; about 5 percent in other borrowed funds; and about 2 percent in other liabilities.

Those with assets of 100 to 250 million dollars had about 62 percent in estimated insured domestic deposits; about 29 percent in estimated uninsured domestic deposits; about 7 percent in other borrowed funds, and about 2 percent in other liabilities.

Those with assets of 250 to 500 million dollars had about 59 percent in estimated insured domestic deposits; about 30 percent in estimated uninsured domestic deposits; about 9 percent in other borrowed funds; and about 2 percent in other liabilities.

Those with assets of 500 million to 10 billion dollars had about 46 percent in estimated insured domestic deposits; about 27 percent in estimated uninsured domestic deposits; about 2 percent in foreign deposits; about 22 percent in other borrowed funds; and about 3 percent in other liabilities.

Those with assets of over 10 billion dollars had about 25 percent in estimated insured domestic deposits; about 20 percent in estimated uninsured domestic deposits; about 10 percent in foreign deposits; about 40 percent in other borrowed funds; and about 5 percent in other liabilities.

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