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FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
For immediate release
September 1994

G. 20
FINANCE COMPANIES
July 1994

RECEIVABLES OUTSTANDING AT FINANCE COMPANIES 1
Millions of dollars except as noted

Type of receivable

July
Amount

Total
Consumer
Real estate2
Business

563,576
165,047
72,121
326.408

Total
Consumer
Motor vehicles
Other consumer3
Securitized motor vehicles 4
Securitized other consumer 4
Real Estate2
Business
Motor vehicles
Retail5
Wholesale6
Leasing
Equipment
Retail
Wholesale 6
Leasing
Other business7
Securitized business assets 4
Retail
Wholesale
Leasing

561,676
164,071
58,191
64,649
31,848
9,383
72,059
325,546
99,860
21,090
26,068
52,702
153,755
36,277
8,885
108,594
52,398
19,533
2,480
11,632
5,421

Change from previous month
Annual rate (percent)
Amount
Seasonally adjusted
-8.3
-3,911
-16.2
-2,265
19.5
1.155
-10.2
-2,801
Not seasonally adjusted
-6,122
-2.195
1,259
-1,414%
-857
-1,183
1,583
-5,510
-1,852
503
-5,016
2,662
-1.424
240
444
-2,108
-311
-1,923
-139
-1,401
-383

1.
Includes finance company subsidiaries of bank holding companies but not of retailers and banks. Data are shown before deductions for unearned income and losses.
Components may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2.
Includes all loans secured by liens on any type of real estate, for example, first and junior mortgages and home equity loans.
3.
Includes personal cash loans, mobile home loans, and loans to purchase other types of consumer goods such as appliances, apparel, general merchandise, recreation
vehicles, and so forth.
4.
Outstanding balances of pools upon which securities have been issued; these balances are no longer carried on the balance sheets of the loan originator.
5.
Passenger car fleets and commercial land vehicles for which licenses are required.
6.
Credit arising from transactions between manufacturers and dealers, that is, floor plan financing.
7.
Includes loans on commercial accounts receivable, factored commercial accounts, and receivable dealer capital; small loans used primarily for business or farm
purposes; and wholesale and lease paper for mobile homes, campers, and travel trailers.
8.
The decline in other consumer receivables owed to a reclassification. This one-time adjustment resulted in a break in the series of about $2 billion between June
and July.




RECEIVABLES OUTSTANDING AT FINANCE COMPANIES
Millions of dollars
1994

1993
July

Type of receivable

Aug.

Sept

Oct.

Nov.

Feb.

Jan.

Dec.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Seasonally adjusted

Total
Consumer
Real estate 2

527,299

526,324

529,955

532,135

534,245

537,947

541,123

544,335

554,342

557,121

564,902

567,488

563,576

154,909

155,380

156,810

158,540

159,865

162,057

161,846

161,446

163,493

163,763

165,126

167,313

165,047

67,706

67,212

67,180

67,939

68,532

68,731

68,966

69,438

69,669

69,815

71,402

70,966

72,121

310,312

313,451

321,180

323,543

328,374

329,209

326,408

304,684

Business

303,732

305,964

305,655

305,848

307,159

Not seasonally adjusted
525,529

Total
Consumer
Motor vehicles
Other consumer

Securitized motor vehicles

4

Securitized other cons. 4
Real estate

2

Business

533,115

536,919

542,700

541,316

542,894

553,810

558,208

562,600

567,798

561,676

162,140

161,367

163,484

164,257

163,873

166,267

164,071

56,509

56,963

57,797

59,458

56,614

56,932

58,191

64,161

66,064

64,649*

32,623

32,705

31,848

154,081

155,193

157,046

159,028

160,159

56,817

55,247

55,057

54,324

55,337

55,274

56,616

57,588

58,278

59,463

62,189

61,427

61,132

62,264

63,387

30,879

33,519

34,163

36,636

35,764

36,024

34,190

33,451

33,173

31,328

10,126

9,810

10,238

9,790

9,595

10,141

10,013

9,821

10,250

10,084

10,475

10,566

9,383

69,446

69,005

70,114

70,920

70,475

72,059

312,081

321,321

323,837

327,807

331,056

325,546

99,311

101,711

99,860

67,649

67,565

67,212

68,425

68,718

68,577

69,385

303,799

301,043

304,116

305,662

308,042

310,495

309,791

87,745

84,920

86,019

86,129

88,510

90,172

88,377

90,668

95,719

97,727

Retail5

17,561

17,264

18,365

16,599

16,723

16,024

16,965

17,514

19,162

19,632

19,790

20,587

21,090

Wholesale 6

27,442

25,136

25,458

27,144

29,260

31,067

27,975

29,435

31,070

31,059

31,019

31,084

26,068

Leasing

42,743

42,520

42,196

42,386

42,526

43,081

43,437

43,720

45,487

47,036

48,501

50,040

52,702

146,408

146,404

147,905

148,357

146,703

148,858

147,915

147,425

149,721

151,150

154,568

155,179

153,755

35,429

36,037

36,277

Motor vehicles

Equipment
Retail
Wholesale 6
Leasing

33,209

33,676

33,789

33,357

32,360

33,266

33,109

33,033

33,861

34,602

8,224

8,059

8,113

8,091

7,802

8,007

7,996

7,972

8,281

8,295

8,403

8,441

8,885

104,975

104,669

106,004

106,909

106,541

107,585

106,810

106,420

107,579

108,253

110,736

110,701

108,594

53,352

51,818

52,709

52,398

53,243

53,536

53,861

53,969

53,886

51,054

50,821

51,489

53,596

16,403

16,183

16,330

17,207

18,944

20,411

22,679

22,499

22,285

21,607

22,111

21,456

19,533

Retail

1,960

1,906

1,847

2,362

2,615

2,483

2,343

2,245

2,119

2,058

2,406

2,619

2,480

Wholesale

8,418

8,425

8,622

8,875

9,493

9,727

12,437

13,084

13,090

13,098

13,348

13,033

11,632

Leasing

6,025

5,852

5,861

5,970

6,836

8,201

7,899

7,170

7,076

6,451

6,357

5,804

5,421

Other business

7

Securitized business assets4

8.

528,373

163,629

56,259

3

523,801

The decline in other consumer receivables owed to a reclassification. This one-time adjustment resulted in a break in the series of about $2 billion between June and July.