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FEDERAL

RESERVE
For immediate release
June 10, 1964

H.12

COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans decreased in eight districts and a net
of $95 million at veekly reporting member "banks during the week ended June 3 •
•
The principal net decreases were $64 million in loans to transportation,
communication, and other public utilities, $34 million to manufacturers of transportation equipment, $30 million to commodity dealers, $27 million to manufacturers
» of chemicals and rubber products, and $26 million to the retail trade.
The largest net increase was $48 million in loans to "all other" types
>of business concerns.
The outstanding loans and changes during the week and since year-end are
• shown below; fourth column shows the changes during the comparable period last year.

Outstanding
Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing:
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
> .
Nondurable goods manufacturing:
1 Food, liquor, and tobacco
• Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
- Other nondurable goods

Cumulative change
I-2-63
12-31-63
to
,
to
% f ' p /
6- 1-642/ 6-5-61
(In millions of dollars)
Change from

- 34
+ 6
+ 2

+ 80
- 5
- 7
+153
+ 99

- 31
+113
-129
+ 26
+ 65

1,295
1,534
1,049
1,114
922

+ 12
- 2
- 6
- 27
+ 4

-623
+203
-138
+117
+ 73

-649
+279
+ 8
+ 93
+ 74

2,678

- 18

-214

+

893
2,085
2,576

- 30
+ 9
- 26

-529
+ 18
+ 64

-228
+ 26
+129

3,945
2,062

- 64
+ 11

-578
+207

-439
+ 90

920

+ 11

- 16)

4,991

+ 48

+226)

Total classified loans
"Total unclassified loans

31,901
6,325

-100
+ 5

-870
. +303

Total commercial and industrial
* loans

38,226

- 95

^

' Mining, including crude petroleum
> and natural gas
1

Trade:
^

Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

* Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities
Construction
All other:
^ Bankers' acceptances
All other types of business,
*
mainly services

2/ Preliminary?



697
2,165
874
960
i,l4l

+

4
- -

)

-567

4

+ 4o
-530
+101
-429

In addition to the weekly table, a monthly table appears below showing
Ijanges during May 1964 compared with the preceding month end with May 1963, and
Iso showing changes during the past twelve months.
Total commercial and industrial loans increased $264 million during the
t®nth of May 1964, compared with a decrease of $115 million during the month of
ipril 1964 and an increase of $32 million in May 1963.
>

Business of Borrower

4 weeks
ended
May 27, 19^4

•

5 weeks
5 weeks
ended
ended
Apr. .29, 1964 • May 29, 1963
(la Billions of dollars;

12 months
ended
May 27, 196

torable goods manufacturing:
Primary metals
(•Machinery
Transportation equipment
' Other fabricated metal products
" Other durable goods

- 9-0
- 39.0
+ 58.O
-- 51.0
i
+ 20.0

4-32.0
- 49.0
- 43.0
24.0
+ 37.O

+ 18.2
~ 25.8
- 43«8
-- 20.1
i
- 23.3
>

-- ' 78.1
5 •
+ 234.6
+
.7
+
9^-5
+
56.2

Nondurable goods manufacturing:
•Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
k
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

- 45.0
+ 21.0
- 15.0
- 12.0
-- 21.0
s

-131.0
- 27.0
- 2p.O
+ 48.0
+ 40.0

-120.2
+ 26.0
+ 26.3
- 51.9
-- 20.
i

4-

+
+
+

42.5
83.9
32.1
' 9^.3
66.2

•lining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas

+ 17-0

+

v

211.6

5-9

-108.0
+ 32 «0
84.0

-137.0
- 4.0
+ 23.0

- 93.9
+ 43.3
+ 23.7

4
* 6l. 0
+ 110.8
-- 269.0
<

- 47.0
-5-110.0

- 44.0
+ 47.0

- 4o .6

+ 90.8

4
- 98 • 1
+ 267.1

-- 38.0,
i

- 18.0

+ 31.8

4 812.6
-

+ .7-0.

+

Total classified loans
Jotal unclassified loans

+184.0
+ 80.0

-226.0
+111.0

- 46.3
+ 78.3.

-5-2,549.1
4 743.9.
"

Total commercial and industrial
, loans

-$-264.0

-115-0

+ 32.0

+3,293.0

Crade:

Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

rransportation, comraunciation, and
" other public utilities
Construction
£11 other:
Bankers' acceptances
, All other types of business,
mainly services




1.0

H.12(a)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE O F WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
O
BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED JUNE 3, 1964

Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing:
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
X
Nondurable goods manufacturing:
Food, liquor, & tobacco
Textiles, apparel, & leather
petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

All Dis- Boston | New
York
tricts P/

Phila- Cleve- I Rich- Atlanta Chicago St. Minne- Kansas Dallas San Francisco P/
Louis apolis City
delphia land 1 mond
(in millions of dollars)
1
22
1
10
23

4
9
4
24
25

12
28
7
35
34

50
183
113
101
203

12
7
34

15
14
12
7
22

32
14
29
9
13

32
20
67
14
26

264
56
92
34
67

388

12

4

133

373

93

25
159
205

101
193
219

53
70
115

17
32
62

21
88
174

50
116
133

110
278
388

102
103

119
155

3

94

68
87

24
47

71
115

65
387

390
275

25

13

6

98

1

5

7

249

204

299

170

261

608

150

103

135

584

752

697
2,165
874
960
1,141

20
88
30
63
35

352
1,003
410
259
451

20
112
12
66
47

95
177
89
138
77

5
18
13
16
37

15
4l
32
35
52

118
458
157
200
133

1,295
1,534
1,049
1,114
922

52
212
1
44
56

430
738
512
699
398

60
80
26
26
50

65
40
92
78
81

30
106
1
30
23

64
84
16
25
23

199
126
189
l4l
129

Mining, including crude
petroleum and natural gas

2,678

18

1,508

30

71

1

47

Trade: Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

893
2,085
2,576

44
165
172

392
685
663

19
68
162

20
143
168

41
88
115

3,945
2,062

85
61

2,301
483

146
113

223
142

920

29

454

33

4,991

207

1,518

Transportation, communication,
& other public utilities
Construction
All other:
Bankers1 acceptances
All. other types of business,
mainly services

5
26
6
13
24

g

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

31,901
6.325

1,382 13,256
281
383

1,274
129

2,023
311

912
271

1,364
72

3,902
921

779
124

421
l4o

900
357

1,990
1

3,698
3.335

Total commercial and
industrial loans

38,226

1,765

13,537

1,403

2,334

1,183

1,436

4,823

903

561

1,257

1,991

7,033

p/ Preliminary; final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin and San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of the Reserve Bank