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RESERVE

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June 23, 1971

COMMERCIAL AND TWniJSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $1,216 million
at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended June 16.

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, T h e largest offsetting net decrease was $108 million in loans in
bankers acceptances.

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

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail
Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities
Construction
Services
Bankers

+
+
+
+
+
+

452
59
164
81
73
75

+

+

-1 ,167
440
139
394
+
22
216

15,514
2,419
5,424
2,717
2,118
2,836

-

+
-

-

acceptances

Foreign commercial & industrial loans
All other loans
Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans
Total commercial & industrial loans

10,760
2,319
2,588
1,162
2,813
1,878

+
+

148
43
70
10
29
16

3,818

+

40

9,497
1,178
3,941
4,378

+
+
+

+

148
13
65
70

9,498
5,960
1,461
2,077

+
+
+
+

68
1
43
24

+
+

3,827

+

13

+

7,532

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

1

Outstanding
Change From Week Ended
June 16,
June 9, June 17,
Dec. 30,
1971 £ / *
1971
1970
1970
(In millions of dollars)

+

62

1,229

-

2,719

+
+
-




+
+

-

-

+
+
+
-

+
-

+

492
501
238
294
31
168
360
140
668

-

+
+
+

450
251
38
197
172
262
892
776
263
306
22
95

215
263
197
198
262

-

207
57
129
279

626

+

374

+

615

+

68

108

+

713

-

460

+

54

+

558

+

310

4,931

+

65

+

279

+

167

69,325
13,470

+
+

942
274

+ 557
+2, 123

142
+1, 043

82,795

+1, 216

+2, 680

+

P/ Preliminary.
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+
+

908
232
969
14
226
69

are as of June 9.

-

+

901

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED JUNE 16, 1971

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Minneapolis
167

Kansas
City
148

68

59
12
38
48

35
14
52
41

1,474
417
223
203
308
323

234
65

138
65

145
48

9
41
53

11
11
31

35
24

56

433

20

564
50
236
278

511
21
253
237

1,202
122
514
566

490
271
81
138

374
187
89
98

325
224
27
74

271

304

277

2,408

649

368

25

534

63

2,719

57

1,954

4,931

142

Rich- Atlanta Chicago
mond
2,869
290
281
367
38
31
1,155
69
76
379
51
28
533
67
59
435
65
87

St.
Louis
209
51
47

402
102
158
20
54
68

11

515
18
217
280

256
137
64
55

990

425

1,229

Foreign commercial and industrial loans
All other loans

Phila- Clevedelphia land
1,373
619
324
85
451
139
214
90
216
158
168
147

All Districts
15,514
2,419
5,424
2,717
2,118
2,836

Boston
619
47
287
73
92
120

New
York
6,604
1,205
2,400
1,341
593
1,065

10,760
2,319
2,588
1,162
2,813
1,878

706
95
355
26
97
133

5,205
863
1,218
550
1,775
799

474
59
136
38
121
120

390
72
40
57
130
91

422
70
206
17
63
66

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

3,818

59

2,132

56

182

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

9,497
1,178
3,941
4,378

619
27
263
329

3,128
590
1,309
1,229

504
50
194
260

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

9,498
5,960
1,461
2,077

317
175
28
114

4,739
2,974
656
1,109

Construction

3,827

103

Services

7,532

Bankers' acceptances

Business of Borrower

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

69,325
13,470

*

Classified loans are as of June 9.

6

322
44
77
42

61
98

San
.
FranciscoE'*
2,013
211
629
461
218
494
907
406

20

263
57
40
57
59
50

9

127

459

274

307
72
106
129

190
38
68
84

295
25
114
156

352
42
151
159

1,310
123
516
671

1,065
699
138
228

235
153
27
55

89
60
13
16

124
70
30
24

275
150
66
59

1,209
860
242
107

200

317

135

85

134

396

615

257

346

772

215

155

182

313

1,442

47

7

9

188

1

3

98

254

75

73

23

29

353

11

- -

41

103

1,790

12

407

366

157

507

82

11

40

174

1,243

3,072 29,484

2,979

4,149

2,582

2,325

9,180

1,437

856

1,198

2,693

9,370

1,120

302

835

715

718

1,713

298

55

358

630

6,223

3.281

4.984

3-297

3.043

10.893

1.735

21J

U55h—1*323

15,593

503

82,795 | 3,575 30,604
Total cnmrnArrial and industrial loans
R. Bulletin.
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31

10

Dallas

66

20

18

108
139
130
124

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