Here’s how big the balance sheets of the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, the Bank of Japan and the Swiss National Bank are (June 2020 edition); Plus how much they have grown so far in 2020 in response to COVID-19

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Federal Reserve

Balance Sheet (USD): $7.17 trillion

As of date: June 10, 2020

Fed Balance Sheet until June 2020

 

Bank of England

Balance Sheet (GBP): £785.23 billion

Balance Sheet (USD): $974.78 billion

As of date: June 10, 2020

Bank of England Balance Sheet until June 2020
Data for 2020 has been collated based on the weekly balance sheet data provided by the Bank of England. The weekly data might underestimate the real size of the balance sheet by up to 10%.

 

European Central Bank

Balance Sheet (EUR): €5.66 trillion

Balance Sheet (USD): $6.34 trillion

As of date: June 5, 2020

European Central Bank ECB Balance sheet until June 2020

 

Bank of Japan

Balance Sheet (JPY): ¥638.6 trillion

Balance Sheet (USD): $5.98 trillion

As of date: May 31, 2020

Bank of Japan Balance sheet until May 2020

 

Swiss National Bank

Balance Sheet (CHF): CHF 903.49 billion

Balance Sheet (USD): $1.01 trillion

As of date: April 30, 2020

Swiss National Bank Balance sheet until April 2020

 

 

COVID-19 impact

Central Bank balance sheets have swelled in response to COVID-19. Although data is not updated until the same date, the Federal Reserve is leading by a mile (or trillions) in 2020 growth.

Central Bank Balance Sheets June 2020 plus 2020 change

 

 

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