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  • Davis, W. M. 34 items
    Assets of District Banks Expand in 1954,
    Bank Earnings Edge Up in Spite of Rising Costs,
    Banking's Paper Curtain,
    Bank Lending to Farmers and Small Businesses,
    Banks Extend More Term Loans to Business,
    Demand Deposits of Individuals, Partnerships, and Corporations,
    District Bank Lending Still High,
    District Member Banks Still in Cost Squeeze,
    District State Governments: A 2-Billion-Dollar Business,
    Earnings Rise at Member Banks,
    Higher Profits Despite Increased Costs,
    Hitting the Target in 1965-66,
    Improved Measure of Local Business,
    Interest Rates Dip as Business Lending Slows,
    Labor Day Promises Heavy Cash Drain,
    Large Banks — Important Suppliers of Long-Term Business Credit,
    Life Insurance Companies: a Source of District Investment Capital,
    Little Known Side of Banking,
    Loans for Property Improvement,
    Long-Term Savings Continue to Grow: Largest Postwar Increase Expected,
    Managing Other People’s Money,
    Member Bank Earnings Improve,
    Member Banks Close Books on Good Year,
    Mississippi Climbs Up a Notch,
    Mississippi’s Economy Continues to Expand,
    Mississippi's Economy Still on the Move,
    Recession in Bank Earnings,
    Rising Market in Local Stocks,
    Sixth District's Money Supply,
    Small Business, Tight Credit, and District Bankers,
    Term Loans Gain In Importance,
    Trust Department Earnings Up in 1957,
    Upsurge in Time Deposits,
    Winds of Recession in Mississippi,
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