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FEDERAL
statistical

RESERVE

release

- H. 12

For immediate release
August 14, 1968
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans decreased a net of $181 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended August 7.
The principal net decreases were $129 million in loans to manufacturers of
machinery, and $241 million to unclassified borrowers.
The larger offsetting net increases were $99 million in loans to retail trade,
and $76 million in bankers acceptances.

Business of Borrower

Outstanding
Change From Week Ended
August 7, , July 31, August 9, June 26,
1968 *
1968
1967
1968
(In millions of dollars)

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

12,612
2,030
4,614
1,804
1,913
2,251

-159
+ 15
-129
- 20
- 27
+ 2

Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

10,051
2,095
2,346
1,538
2,268
1,804

+
+
+
+
-

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

4,682

-

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

+
+

+
+

966
883
58
78
54
165

+117
+ 83
+ 38
- 52
+ 7
+ 41

30
20
16
6
2
10

+
+
+
+
+
+

375
7
192
31
9
136

-260
-142
+ 70
+ 52
-244
+ 4

7

+

857

- 60

8,043
1,109
3,128
3,806

+114
+ 31
- 16
+ 99

+
+
+

569
23
182
410

+ 48
+ 1
- 29
+ 76

Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities •

8,344
4,935
1,006
2,403

+

23
39
10
26

+1 ,204
+ 992
+
17
+ 195

+ 67
- 32
- 95
+194

Construction

2,778

+

4

+

161

+

Services

5,529

+ 23

+

779

- 14

905

+ 76

+

127

+ 94

-

204

- 60

Bankers' acceptances

«•

-

4

1

All other loans

7,257

+ 30

+

884

+ 15

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

62,732
6,268

+ 60
-241

+5 ,718
+ 414

- 49
-131

Total commercial & industrial loans

69,000

-181

+6 ,132

-180

P/ Preliminary.

Digitized
FRASER
* for
San
Francisco District


classified loans are as of July 31.

00

2,531

CM

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

H. 12(a)

COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED AUGUST 7, 1968
(in millions of dollars)
All Dis- Boston New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
St.
Minne- Kansas
Business of Borrower
tricts
York
delphia land
mond
Louis
apolis
City
Durable goods manufacturing - total
12,612
531
5,404
1,216
493
230
174
2,505
130
112
115
Primary metals
2,030
51
1,092
48
304
15
13
350
2
27
5
Machinery
4,614
234
2,077
412
157
29
59
983
33
26
39
Transportation equipment
1,804
86
792
20
45
146
30
266
d
7
15
Other fabricated metal products
1,913
74
554
151
209
40
54
544
23
33
Other durable goods
2,251
86
889
92
145
70
362
74
39
41
36
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

Dallas
288
32
79
51
66
60

San
Francis ci
1,414
91
486
338
142
357

10,051
2,095
2,346
1,538
2,268
1,804

496
81
206
21
83
105

4,798
769
1,217
716
1,326
770

428
71
141
54
74
88

585
76
67
134
180
128

359
36
209
6
53
55

318
89
121
18
44
46

1,406
423
199
213
278
293

220
64
68
10
35
43

131
49
13
17
17
35

115
46
13
22
19
15

215
35
26
78
36
40

980
356
66
249
123
186

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

4,682

50

2,870

74

152

8

52

628

36

6

141

509

156

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8,043
1,109
3,128
3,806

684
75
268
341

2,528
474
961
1,093

402
20
149
233

361
10
177
174

402
51
158
193

465
34
212
219

1,048
94
479
475

210
47
63
100

187
62
45
80

320
41
96
183

298
50
112
136

1,138
151
408
579

Transportation, communication, & other
public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities

8,344
4,935
1,006
2,403

289
126
16
147

4,234
2,506
535
1,193

330
156
48
126

404
222
40
142

287
164
55
68

276
185
20
71

1,093
599
119
375

169
* 120
16
33

108
66
12
30

123
60
29
34

212
127
20
65

819
604
96
119

Construction

2,778

93

640

172

192

207

238

187

64

57

128

353

447

Services

5,529

475

1,725

412

326

166

275

545

156

134

122

278

915

905

22

487

28

47

16

3

75

3

2

19

203

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,531

36

1,775

66

58

1

13

243

1

6

—

26

306

All other loans

7,257

88

1,198

6

243

180

77

443

82

2

33

93

4,812

62,732

2,764

25,659

2,411

3,584

1,800

1,947

8,173

1,071

743

1,099

2,291

11,190

6,268

345

999

195

597

521

532

1,074

221

69

259

490

966

69,000
3,109 26,658
Total commercial and industrial loans
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.

2,606

4,181

2,321

2,479

9,247

1,292

812

1,358

2,781

12,156

Bankers' acceptances

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

Classified loans are as of July 31.




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San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.

For immediate release
August 14, 1968
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

H.12b

Total business term loans were $28,684 million, as of July. This was
an increase of $3,901 million over the comparable date a year ago and an increase
of $201 million over the last Wednesday in June.
The principal changes increasing term loans during the month of July were
$116 million in loans to manufacturers of machinery, and $113 million to "other11
public utilities.
The total of all business term loans on July 31, represented
approximately 46 per cent of the total of business loans outstanding at large
commercial banks reporting in the series.

Business of Borrower

Percent of Term Loans Change From Month Ended
Total BusiJune 26, J u & 2 6 , Dec. 2 1
J U
1968
ness Loans
&81'
1967
(In millions of dollars)

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

51
69
51
49
42
46

6,542
1,393
2,395
902
811
1,041

+229
+ 54
+116
- 6
+ 52
+ 13

+1 ,344
+ 732
+ 350
+
90
+ 132
+
40

+1 ,087
+ 519
+ 394
+
14
+ 136
+
24

Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

52
39
24
83
67
59

5,219
804
556
1,270
1,516
1,073

- 64
- 17
- 10
+ 44
-103
+ 22

+
+
+
+
+

374
114
130
28
36
122

+
+
+
+

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas1)

86

4,042

- 79

+

700

+ 471

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

23
11
19
31

1,875
115
608
1,152

- 16
+ 2
- 26
+ 8

+
+
+
+

248
27
116
105

+
+
+
+

Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total «
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities

61
74
45
39

5,069
3,688
453
928

+105
- 15
+ 7
+113

+
+
+
+

972
664
33
275

+ 568
+ 345
+
10
+ 213

Construction

28

779

+ 10

+

82

+

97

Services

42

2,324

+ 21

+

321

+

203

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

74

1,892

- 42

-

220

-

135

All other loans

13

942

+ 37

+

46

28,684

+201

+3

£/ Preliminary.




o
h-»

80
VO

Total term loans outstanding

-

-

+

+

138
46
91
14
16
3

109
8
32
69

69

+2 ,607

H. 12(c)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT,
nii^, ifVJLLL ILL .JULJ.UI.lti I»
trs J
All Dis- Boston New
Riila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta
Business of Borrower
tricts
York
delphia land
mond
Durable goods manufacturing - total
6,542
239
3,287
171
709
74
56
Primary metals
1,393
19
836
14
204
8
5
Machinery
2,395
125
1,256
49
215
14
17
Transportation equipment
902
55
447
14
100
11
9
Other fabricated metal products
811
15
299
63
107
15
8
Other durable goods
1,041
25
449
31
83
26
17
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
5,219
188
2,785
171
352
103
86
Food, liquor, and tobacco
804
25
343
17
28
11
42
Textiles, apparel, and leather
556
49
307
28
63
7
15
Petroleum refining
1,270
630
17
37
109
4
6
Chemicals and rubber
1,516
46
1,004
40
132
12
9
Other nondurable goods
1,073
51
501
49
76
13
14
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)
4,042
33
2,648
46
135
36
4
Trade - total
1,875
185
726
103
98
54
98
Commodity dealers
115
58
8
6
2
5
Other wholesale
608
53
196
28
38
23
42
Retail
1,152
132
472
67
58
25
51
Transportation, communication, & other
public utilities
5,069
126
3,015
117
214
135
116
Transportation
3,688
73
2,162
73
153
96
111
Communication
453
12
271
23
27
12
1
Other public utilities
928
41
582
21
34
27
4
Construction

WEEKLY REPORTING
JULY 31, 1968
Chicago|
1,309
240
519
136
232
182

St. 1 Minne- Kansas
Louis | apolis City
58
38
43
21
1
1
14
10
6
2
5
6
9
10
9
12
12
21

90
11
24
12
18
25

San
Franciscc
468
33
146
105
26
158

Dallas

859
213
59
179
180
228

83
16
14
9
24
20

47
17
4
10
4
12

33
7
2
11
6
7

98
11
3
44
19
21

414
74
5
214
40
81

576

28

3

89

343

101

270
12
120
138

35
1
10
24

28
6
9
13

50
3
17
30

50
4
15
31

178
10
57
111

643
470
29
144

126
113
6
7

64
46
5
13

45
37
7
1

141
88
14
39

327
266
46
15

,

779

22

237

35

84

27

58

49

11

4

20

102

130

Services

2,324

174

917

211

160

50

99

265

50

24

48

75

2?1

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

1,892

22

1,409

29

49

1

—

168

—

5

13

196

942

19

596

2

40

18

18

73

25

1

12

34

104

28,684

1,008

15,620

885

1,841

466

567

4,212

416

214

340

946

2,169

All other loans
Total term loans outstanding




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