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FEDERAL

RESERVE

statistical

release

-

f*AL RE^ •
H. 12

For immediate release
June 18, 1975

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and Industrial loans Increased a net of $11 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended June 11, 1975.
The principal net increases were $113 million in all other loans, $56
million in foreign commercial and industrial loans and $52 million in loans for
mining.

The largest offsetting decrease was $78 million in loans for retail trade.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

CHANGE FROM WEEK ENDED
OUTSTANDING
JUNE 11,
JUNE 4,
JUNE 12,
JUNE 26,
1975
1975 * £/
1974
1974
IIN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

DURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

20,084
1,969
7,608
3,532
2,713
4,262

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

14,401
3,353
3,262
2,443
3,165
2,178

+
+
+

21
32
12
25
30
4

4,823

+

52

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM S
NATURAL GAS 1
TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

12,917
1,029
5,563
6,325

—

+
-

+
-

-

-

—

15
27
50
30
3
19

130
24
28
78

—

+
-

+
-

_

407
128
718
469
47
239

•
-

+
-

256
485
750
• 1,131
+
64
216

482
547
854
+ 1,160
+
52
293

-

•

-

-

689
1,604
527
494
583

753
113
859
433
92
348

•

—

-

650
1,968
531
663
774

'

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

15,467
6,007
2,205
7,255

24
3
2
19

5,603

25

-

6
5

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES

10,884

+

+

546
38
171
755

+

+

66
45
228
339

83

-

204

-

699

-

742

+

858

+

613

286

-

299

+

381

-

+

-

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

2,319

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

4,389

+

56

ALL OTHER LOANS

9,653

+

113

+

583

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS

100,540
21,475

+

57
46

¥

659
1,475

• 1,461

TOTAL COMMERCIAL t INDUSTRIAL LOANS

122,015

+

11

+

816

1,277

P/

PRELIMINARY.

Digitized for * SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF JUNE 4, 1975.
FRASER


2,738

H.121A)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED JUNE 11, 1975
tIN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS1

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

ALL £/ 4 BOSTON
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK
k

iPHILA- [CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO } S T .
1DELPHIA ! LAND
!LOUIS

MINNE- KANSAS
APPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SAN 2/*
FRANCISCO

D U R . GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY M E T A L S
MACHINERY
T R A N S P O R T A T I O N EQUIP.
OTHER FAB• METAL P R O D .
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

20,084
1,969
7,608
3,532 I
2,713
4,262

928
50
409
113
115
241

7,600
857
3,164
1,411
837
1,331

869
62
256
130
168
253

1,773
278
608
318
273
296

460
71
116
49
73
151

461
35
93
112
83
138

4,474
367
1,790
698
716
903

335
66
92
29
54
94

234
17
67
8
53
89

212
5
58
24
71
54

418
30
134
34
89
131

2,320
131
821
606
181
581

N O N D U R . GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, t TOBACCO
T E X . A P P A R . , & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS I RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

14,401
3,353
3,262
2,443
3,165
2,178

771
123
304
56
109
179

6,917
1,405
1,507
1,266
1,921
818

619
112
209
55
78
165

506
85
63
68
161
129

553
80
312
10
68
83

419
90
183
24
43
79

2,489
788
352
554
454
341

242
63
65
25
36
53

152
66
27
13
3
43

192
62
12
63
29
26

393
34
34
242
35
48

1,148
445
194
67
228
214

4,823

27

2,270

71

223

14

103

721

24

20

194

705

451

12,917
1,029
5,563
6,325

826
51
324
451

4,266
461
2,056
1,749

656
34
236
386

688
6
265
417

792
67
328
397

609
27
295
287

1,714
56
767
891

439
65
141
233

229
33
66
130

443
40
166
237

451
54
203
194

1,804
135
716
953

15,467
6,007
2,205
7,255

532
233
138
161

8,487
2,751
826
4,910

567
223
131
213

775
237
145
393

383
176
151
56

434
271
39
124

2,294
960
370
964

264
198
36
30

103
65
14
24

156
82
32
42

324
160
56
108

1,148
651
267
230

5,603

121

1,360

214

355

533

375

980

121

139

97

560

748

10,884

606

3,458

1,117

586

444

504

1,281

319

241

274

575

1,479

2,319

29

1,088

75

42

76

23

251

11

— —

11

42

671

F O R . C O M L . & I N D . LOANS

4,389

170

2,082

98

297

72

76

560

95

12

8

208

711

ALL OTHER LOANS

9,653

136

3,473

47

698

484

262

1,283

216

80

69

424

2,481

100,540
21,475

4,146
705

41,001
2,229

4,333
588

5,943
1,157

3,811
1,097

3,266
960

16,047
2,383

2,066
374

1,210
63

1,656
502

4,100
887

12,961
10,530

4,851

43,230

4,921

7,100

4,908

4,226

18,430

2,440

1,273

2,158

4,987

23,491

MINING IINCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM & N A T . G A S )
TRADE-TOTAL
C O M M O D I T Y DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL
T R A N S P . , COMMUN., &
OTHER P U B . UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

j
I
!

CONSTRUCTION
I

SERVICES
BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL CLASS. LOANS
TOTAL U N C L A S S . LOANS

122,015

TOTAL C O M L . & I N D . LOANS
.

P/
*

•

PRELIMINARY. FINAL TOTAL WILL APPEAR IN THE F. R. BULLETIN.
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT FINAL FIGURES APPEAR IN A RELEASE OF THAT RESERVE BANK.
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF JUNE 4, 1975.