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FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
September 1985

Finance Companies —

July 1985

G.20(422)
RECEIVABLES OUTSTANDING AT FINANCE COMPANIES 1
Millions of dollars

Type of receivable

Not seasonally
adjusted
July 31,
1985

Seasonally adjusted
increase or decrease (-):
1985
May
July
June

Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive
Passenger cars
63,228
1,878
818
790
Commercial vehicles^
12,895
354
146
366
Mobile homes^
9,146
-19
1
74
Other consumer goods*
13,111
200
260
406
Equipment
20,520
4
71
-38
Wholesale financing
Auto
19,577
-462
422
-997
Equipment
4,583
34
-160
83
All other
6,790
-249
126
-30
Lease financing
Auto
15,228
363
295
251
Equipment
37,477
141
-174
584
Personal cash loans to individuals
22,500
314
139
359
Other short-term business credit^
15,591
243
-268
207
Other intermediate-term business credit
11,281
264
50
154
Loans secured by real estate**
28,730
324
481
279
MEMO: Consumer credit and real estate
loans7
136,715
2,697
1,699
1,908
Business credit®
143,942
692
508
580
1.
banks• Data are shown before deductions for unearned income and losses. Components
may not add to totals due to rounding.
2. Passenger car fleets and commercial land vehicles for which licenses are required.
3. Complete dwelling units built on a chassis and capable of being towed over the highway by
truck but not by car.
4. General merchandise, apparel, furniture, household appliances, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, auto repair, and home modernization.
5. Loans on commercial accounts receivable and factored commercial accounts receivables.
6. Mainly junior mortgages.
7. Consumer credit includes personal cash loans to individuals and retail financing of passenger
cars, mobile homes, and other consumer goods.
8. Retail financing of equipment, wholesale financing, lease financing, and other short- and
intermediate-term business credit.




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CREDIT EXTENDED AND LIQUIDATED AND CHANGE IN EXTENSIONS AND LIQUIDATIONS AT FINANCE COMPANIES1

Type of receivable
May
Retail financing of
installment sales
Automotive
Passenger cars
Commercial
vehicles^
Mobile homes-*
Other consumer
goods*
Equipment
Wholesale financing
Auto
Equipment
All other
Lease financing
Auto
Equipment
Personal cash loans
to individuals
Other short-term
business credit^
Other intermediateterm business credit
Loans secured by
real estate?
MEMO: Consumer credit
and real estate
loans?
Business credit®

Extended
1985
July
June

May

Liquidated
1985
July
June

Change in
Change in
extensions liquidations
from a from a from a from a
year
month
month year
ago
ago
ago
ago

4,887
1,135

3,453
948

3,968
1,170

3,009
781

2,635
802

3,178
804

515
222

910
347

543
2

705
85

216

192

287

235

191

213

95

26

22

89

1,649
1,238

1,441
1,347

1,710
1,240

1,449
1,234

1,181
1,276

1,304
1,278

269
-107

383
143

123
2

272
162

9,493
588
1,569

9,053
439
1,517

8,497
638
1,576

9,955
554
1,818

8,631
599
1,391

9,494
555
1,606

-556
199
59

245
-93
134

863
—44
215

950
-68
102

1,034
992

829
1,345

1,090
1,223

671
851

534
1,519

839
639

261
-122

170
217

305
-880

468
13

2,493

2,324

2,697

2,179

2,185

2,338

373

1,037

153

799

9,396

8,917

9,201

9,153

9,185

8,994

284

271

-191

299

1,265

1,060

1,156

1,001

1,010

1,002

96

142

-8

147

1,062

1,110

1,262

738

629

983

152

425

354

881

10,307
26,710

8,520
25,455

9,924
25,791

7,610
26,018

6,821
24,947

8,016
25,211

1,404
336

2,781
1,576

1,195
264

2,746
2,158

See footnotes on page 1.
SELECTED LIABILITIES OF FINANCE COMPANIES1
Millions of dollars
Type of liability
Bank loans (short- and long-term)
Commercial paper (directly placed
and dealer placed)
See footnotes on page 1.




Not seasonally
adjusted
July 31,
1985

Seasonally adjusted increase
or decrease (-):
1985
May
June
July

18,557

-726

-286

128

84,881

1,434

-2,541

2,926