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For Immediate release
June 26, 1963

CHANGES IN COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOAMS BY INDUSTRY

H.12

Commercial and industrial loans increased in all districts and a net of
$455 million at weekly reporting member "banks during the week ended June 19* reflecting quarterly tax date needs. All categories showed net increases except
for small net decreases in loans to petroleum refiners, to commodity dealers,
and to the wholesale trade.
The larger net increases were $78 million in loans to transportation,
communication, and other public utilities, $59 million to manufacturers of food,
liquor, and tobacco products, $50 million to "all other" types of business concerns, $44 million to manufacturers of transportation equipment, $4-3 million
to manufacturers of machinery, and $51 million to unclassified borrowers.
Changes in loans during the week and since year-end are shown below; third ,
column shows the changes. during the comparable period last year •

Cumulative since year-end

Week
ended
Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing:
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods manufacturing:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods
Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas
Trade: Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

.

June 19 2/

+

Dec, 26, 1962
Dec. 27* 1961.
to
.
to
June 19.1963 v

3

- 37
+142

+ 44
+ 19

+ 18

-115
+ 61
+ 82

+ 59
+ 18

-615
+280

+ 43

-

5

June 20. 1962

(in millions of d o l l a r s ) '

+

4

-137

+ 92
+ 90
+114

+130
-547

+287

- 71
+109

+ 11
+ 18

+ 76
+ 93

+166

+ 15

+269

+184

- l

-253
+ 15

+ 25

-

6

+ 18

+ 43

-226
+ 76

Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities
Construction
All other types of business,
mainly services

+ 21

+123

+185

+ 50

+210

+204

Net change in classified loans
Unclassified changes - net

+405
+ 51

+ 90

+168

+233

+241

+455

+323

+408

+ 78

-288

-511

Net change in commercial and
industrial loans




CHANGES XN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OF A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 19&3
San FranI New iPhila- Cleve- J RichSt.
Minne- Kansas
All DisBusiness of Borrower
Boston York delphia land
mond Atlanta Chicago j L o u j S japolis City Dallas cisco e/
tricts!/
(In millions of dollars7
Durable goods manufacturing:
- 1.8
.1
+1.0 + 1 3
.2
- .1 + 3.2
.5 + • 5
+ 3-3
Primary metals
.6
4.8
+
.6 - »3
4- 1.4
.8
- .5 +15 3
+ .6 + 2 2 . 1 + 2 . 1 + 2.3
+ 43-0
Machinery
.2
4- 5.4
4.4 + .2
4- A
+ .2 + 8 2
+ 2 2 . 6 + 1.5 + 3-0 + .1
+ 2.4
+ 44.2
Transportation equipment
4- .3
+
-9
4- 2 . 4 - .4
4- .8
+ •7
+ .9 + 3 5
+ 7-2 + 1.2
+ 19.1 + 1 • 6
Other fabricated metal products
.4
4- .4
4- 1.0
—
4- •9
+ .8 + 3 5
+ 5-3 + 1.1
+ 4.4
.1
+ 1.0
+ 17.9
Other durable goods

H.12(a)

-

— —

—

— —

-

-

-

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

4- .8
4- 5-5

+ 59-1

+ 18.1
-

5-2

+ 18.0

.4
4- 3.5

Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas

+ 15.O

--

Trade:

-

1.1

-

+ 10.9

44-

44-

38.7
1.8
-.8

4-

-3

1.6

44-

5.6

—

7-3

+

• + 11-7 +

•1
-5

.6
+ 2.5

— mm

~ -

4-

+ .8
- -7
+ .1
-1-3
+ .2

-

-

+

6.9

4-

2.0

.4 +

.6

-5

H CO CCO
+ 1 1

- 2.5
- 15.6
+ 1.1

.2 +
.7
- 1-3 +
+ -3 + 3-1 + 1-9
- .6 + .8 + 2.6

+ 1.5

+ 49.0

+ 7-1

+ 20.9

+ 1.3

+

+ 50.3

+ 4.0

Net change in classified loansl/

+404.5

Unclassified changes - net
Net change in commercial and
industrial loans

Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

+ 18.3

5-5

Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities

+ 78.2

Construction
All other types of "business,
mainly services

4- 6.8

-

-

4-

4
-

.1
.1

+ 1-9
- 1-7
- 2.0
.6
.8

.2

+ -5

+

-5

+ 1.4

- 1.6

.6
.1
- 3.7

4-

— —

-

4-

+

•3

-

+
•7
+ 2.5

.6
•3
*7
• 3 + .4
• 7 4- .2

4-

4-

+

+ 6.5
+ 8-3

4-

-

+ 1.2
+ 1.2

+ .2

• 2 + 1.4
.4 + 1.1
1.2

-5
.7

-

.1
.1

-

•5
-.4
.4

- -3 + 2.2
+1.9 + .1
+3.9 + 9.5

-3

+ 1.8
+ 1.1

+ 1.8

-1-3
- .1

+

.3

+2.7

+
.2
+ 1-3

.8 + 1.9

+3-2

+ 6.7

+ 1.3

+ 1.3

+2.3

-

-3

+ 3.4

-

.1

-2.1

+

.3

+ 3*0

+ l.l

+ .4

+ 3-6

+ 2.0

+ 22.1

+ 1.8 + 7-5 +

.1

+1-5

+13.3

- 1-7

+ 1.2

-1.1

+ 5.2

- 3-6

+23.3

+185.7

+14.6

+36.2 +11-9

+9.8

+81.6

+10.1

+17.8

+3.7

+10.7

-

+ 50.5

+ 4.7

+

-

.1

+ 4.2

+2.3

-

-7

+26.9

+455.0

+28.0

+186.0

+10.0

+22.0

+6.0 ' +10.0

+26.0

+

7.8 + 1.0 + 2.6

-3 + 1.4

- 2.2

+ 4.1

- .8 +10.4

+16.0

+34.0

+16.0

+9.0

+92.0

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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.
r
1/ About
 200 weekly reporting member "banks are reporting changes in their larger loans as to industry; these "banks hold about 95 P® cent
of total commercial and.industrial loans of all. weekly reporting member banks and about 70 per cent of those of all commercial banks.
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