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O? COW.

FEDERAL

RESERVE

statistical

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release

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For immediate release
December 12, 1973
COMMERCIAL

H.12

AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS O U T S T A N D I N G BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $515 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended December 5.
The principal net increases were $425 million in total classified loans,
$152 million in other public utilities and $92 million in loans for services.
The largest offsetting net decrease was $42 million in loans to manufacturers
of chemicals and rubber.

OUTSTANDING
DEC.
5#
1973 R/*

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

C H A N G E FOAM WFPK F W N R N
DEC. 27,
DEC.
6#
N O V . 28#
1972 1/
1972 V
1973

(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
3 * 6L 1
22
1,852
276
639
866

• 3.273
18
• 1,648
•
239
•
589
•
815

2,631
763
561
141
693
473

• 2,339
536
•
•
635
•
11*
•
570
•
484

4
39
26
16
9
16

•

*

*

17
53
29
6
42
7

3*802

-

8

•

224

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMOpITY DEALERS
OTHER W H O L E S A L E
RETAIL

13*639
1*814
5,335
6*490

4

108
71
14
23

•
•
•

2#201
164
757
1,280

• 2,250
•
30
689
•
• 1,935

TRANSPORTATION# C O M M U N I C A T I O N # AND
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S • TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

13*426
5*851
1*898
5*677

2,896
499
164
4 2.233

• 2,508
•
343
•
61
• 2#104

DURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
PRIMARY M E T A L S
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER F A B R I C A T E D METAL P R O D U C T S
OTHER D U R A B L E G O O D S

16*617
1*996
6*205
2*380
2*317
3,719

N O N D U R A B L E GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
FOOD* LIQUOR* AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES# APPAREL# AND LEATHER
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G
C H E M I C A L S AND RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S

12,962
3,941
3*327
1*091
2*426
2*177

MINING (INCLUDING C R U D E P E T R O L E U M
NATURAL GAS)

6
,

•
•

.
•

-

•
•

~

•
•
*

•
•

4

210
48
10
152
2

•
•
•
•

•
•
•
•
*

•
•

934

•

173

•

873

•

1,855

5*577

-

10*797

•

92

BANKERS A C C E P T A N C E S

1*242

*

30

-

152

FOREIGN C O M M E R C I A L 8 INDUSTRIAL L O A N S
,

4*027

-

29

•

330

•

147

ALL OTHER L O A N S

7*900

•

37

•

2 #264

•

1,979

89,989
17*954

425
90

+16,961
2,280

•15,088

•

•

107*943

•

515

•19,241

•16.932

CONSTRUCTION

SERVICES

TOTAL C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S
TOTAL U N C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S
TQTAL C O M M E R C I A L & INDUSTRIAL L O A N S

P/
iy
*

*

2 # 022

PRELIMINARY.
AFFECTS CHANGE IN S)ME LOAN ITEMS.
LOAN RECLASSIFICATION AT A LARGE BANK ON JUNE 28, 1
DATED JULY 5, 1972, FOR MORE COMPLETE INFORMATION.
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 28, 1973.




309

SEE H.12 RELEASE

H.12(a)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL R E S E R V E DISTRICT, WFEK ENDED D E C .
5, 1973
(IN MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS

OUR. GOODS M F G e - T O T A L
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION E Q U I P .
OTHER FAB. METAL P R O D .
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

16,617
1,996
6,205

884
47
422

2,317
3,719

119
230

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, L I Q U O R , & TOBACCO
TEX# APPAR•, & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS & RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE G O O D S

12,962
3,941
3,327
1,091
2*4?6
2,177

NEW
YORK

PHILACLEVE- R I C H M O N D ATLANTA CHICAGO
DELPHIA
LAND

6,352
984
2,613
976
543
1,236

739
87
199
85
185
183

1,430
250
507
195
257
221

430
56
100
36
64
174

375
?7
82
75
73
118

3,415
307

761
145
339
10
98
169

5,877

608
131
232
36

127

485
93
72
36
138
146

527
103
285
7
61
71

3,802

29

1,726

87

211

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY D E A L E R S
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

13,639
1,814
5,315
6,490

911
47
378
486

4,723
947

708
65
258
385

TRANSP., COMMUN.t &
OTHER PUB. U T I L I T I F S
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

13,426
5,851
1,898
5,677

567
204
102
261

746
3,295

489
206
72
211

5,577

141

1,471

10,797

650

1,242

FOR. COML. K IND. L O A N S
ALL OTHER LOANS

ST.£/
LOUIS

TOTAL C L A S S . L O A N S
TOTAL UNCLASSe LOANS
TOTAL COML. & IND. LOANS

CLASSIFIED L O A N S ^ E A




147
5
27
14
51
50

377
31
126
23
87
110

2,050
146
733
393
200
578

440
110
178
35
51
66

2,242
864
33P
315
309
416

297
116
79
17
33
52

210
96
35
21
17
41

156
71
12
25
20

278

28

67
43
60

1,081
522
152
89
156
162

18

84

605

13

31

142

518

338

737
11
303
423

831
106
3?2
403

723
33
342
348

1,685
153
677
855

473
121
164
188

278
88
66
124

431
51
150
230

520
66
203
251

1,619
126
654
839

722
206

405
196

400

94

272
198
26
48

145
78
17
50

134
84

113
96

1,873
761
321
791

24

302
129
56
117

1,220

116

395
259
42

290

326

638

285

665

145

157

107

548

804

3,066

1,089

566

389

576

1,291

259

281

280

533

1,817

32

549

53

130

15

9

111

8

5

98

232

80

1,993

83

201

79

68

741

73

18

91

598

137

3,058

20

575

467

218

97A

155

76

75

288

1,853

89.989
17,954

ACCEPTANCES

*

49?
664
664

192
13
51
10
44
74

7#9N0

SERVICES

P R E L I M I N A R Y . FINAL

SAN £/
FRANCISCO

4,027

CONSTRUCTION

P/

DALLAS

226
43
57
15
30
81

4,192
679

35,717
1,388

4,166
287

5,383
1,080

3,799
962

3,173
1,093

13,608
2,238

1,921
373

1,388
74

1,477
499

3,553
766

11,612
8,515

4 , 8 7 1

37»105

4*453

6*463

4,761

4,266

15,846

2,294

1,462

1,976

4,319

20*127

2,300

MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM & N A T . GAS)

BANKERS

MINNEKANSAS
CITY
APPOLIS

107,943

66

TOTAL WILL APPEAR
s

'

A

P

1,608

1,579
433
1,418
839

82

1,818

1,958
6,902

2,861

1,28*

IN THE F . R, BULLETIN.
P

E

A

R

IN A RFLFASF OF THAT RFSERVE BANK.

26

82
26

669
261
290

H. 12 (b)

COMMERCIAL

AND

INDUSTRIAL

TERM L O A N S O U T S T A N D I N G

AY

For immediate release
December 12, 1973

INDUSTRY

Total commercial and industrial loans were $40,150 million on November 28, after loan
reclassification on June 28, 1972 at a large bank resulted in a reduction of $464 million in such
loans. This was an increase $7,913 million from the comparable data a year ago and an increase
of $330 million from th6 last Wednesday in October.
The principal net changes were $261 million in loans for other public utilities, $147
million in services and $64 million in all other loans.
The total of all business term loans on November 28 represented 45 per cent of business
outstanding at large commercial banks in the series.

P E R C E N T OF
TOTAL BUSINESS LOANS

B U S I N E S S OF B O R R O W E R

TERM L O A N S
NOV. 28,
1973

,

•
C H A N G E FROM M O N T H E N D E D
DEC. 27,
NOV. 29,
OCT. 31,
1972
1972
1973

(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

<%)

-

37
20
5
18
11
41

•

1,271
61
695
47
194
490

11156
51
•
575
•
4
•
181
447
•

DURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER F A B R I C A T E D METAL P R O D U C T S
OTHER OIJRAHLE G O O D S

47
63
43
52
38
46

7,863
1,240
2,729
1,251
902
1,741

NONDURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS AND RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

45
37
30
76
61
48

5,908
1,466
1,036
839
1,509
1,058

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM
NATURAL GAS)

77

2,950

T R A D E - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

26
7
22
34

3,532
135
1,171
2,226

TRANSPORTATION, C O M M U N I C A T I O N , AND
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

61
72
43
56

8,141
4,199
828
3,114

CONSTRUCTION

34

1,935

SERVICES

45

4,899

56

2*306

-

2

LOANS

33

2*616

•

64

• 1,123

• 1,058

TERM L O A N S O U T S T A N D I N G

45

40,150

•

330

• 7,913

• 7,129

FOREIGN

COMMERCIAL &

ALL OTHER

TOTAL

INDUSTRIAL




&

LOANS

-

•
•

•
•
-

81
1
6
44
26
18

8

•
•
*

•
-

•
•

.

•
-

•
*

+
•
•
•
•
*

*

•

*

1,287
283
337
158
366
143

•
•
•
•
•
•

1,212
240
313
141
356
162

224

•

265

*83
21
228
634

•
•
•

865
21
214
630

•
•
+

9
15
53
47

•
•
•

255
15
9
261

•
•
•
•

1,763
180
282
1,301

17

•

380

350

940

913

*

14?

•

*2

*

*

-

1,370
70
149
1,151

60

H. 12 (c)

COMMERCIAL
ANO I N D U S T R I A L TERM L O A N S O U T S T A N D I N G AT A S A M P L E OF WEEKLY
LAHRC COMMERCIAL RANKS RY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE D I S T R I C T , N O V .
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

REPORTING
28, 1973

BOSTON
ALU
TWirTS

NFW
YORK

7,863
1,240
2,729
1,2^1
1 ,7i1

371
23
183
38
47
60

3,669
648
1,397
658
191
775

191
26
69
5
49
42

741
195
211
114
126
95

159
19
35
6
25
74

156
18
29
46
27
36

1,631
178
537
229
318
360

82
28
14
6
11
23

49
3
15
3
7
21

45
1
7
2
17
18

168
14
65
12
38
39

601
87
167
132
46
169

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
F O O D , L I Q U O R , *, T O H A C F O
T E X . A P P A R . , S, L E A T H E R
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS K RURHER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

5,908
1,4 & 6
1 ,016
8
1,509
1 ,0%8

243
28
107
6
44
58

3,050
755
441
399
1,006
449

170
32
44
17
39
38

262
23
23
25
87
104

245
36
161
1
24
23

162
35
30
24
33
40

1,202
391
164
253
184
210

104
25
28
5
12
34

61
30
16
4
5
6

42
18
2
7
3
12

114
16
4
49
23
22

253
77
16
49
49
62

MINING
(INCL. CRUDE
P E T R O L E U M K, N A T . G A S )

2,950

1,593

52

185

11

35

481

13

21

70

285

185

BUSINESS

OF

HORPOV/FR

OUR. GOODS MFG.-TuTALPRIMARY MtTALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP,
OTHER FAR. METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

19 .

PHILADELPHIA

CLEVELAND

RICHMOND ATLANTA

CHICAGO

KANSAS
ST.2/ MINNELOUIS
APPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SAN £ /
FRANCISCO

3,512
PS
1,171

235
3
87
145

1,355
39
378
938

173
12
45
116

259
3
105
151

198
17
68
123

197
9
87
101

513
5
177
331

63
5
23
35

56
2
19
35

48
2
17
29

148
15
69
64

297
23
116
158

ti.Hl

3,114

250
150
65
35

4,780
2,212
459
2,109

150
98
8
44

430
174
53
203

127
77
31
19

247
183
26
38

1,220
565
119
536

148
142
5
1

59
48
2
9

76
61
10
5

164
111
24
29

490
378
26
86

CONSTRUCTION

1,915

30

620

79

131

256

81

215

47

18

22

248

188

SERVICES

4,809

364

1,788

475

301

132

201

647

63

45

94

183

606

2,306

47

1,496

30

98

36

8

342

18

16

- -

26

189

1,392

40

150

182

32

462

14

14

14

94

222

19,743

1,360

2,557

1,336

1,1 19

6,713

552

339

411

1,430

3*031

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL
TRANSP.* COMFUN., &
OTHER RUH. UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER

FOR.
ALL

PUBLIC

COML.
OTHER

TOT.

TTRW

&

UTILITIES

IND.

LOAMS

LOANS

LOANS

P/ P r e l i m i n a r y .




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