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BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
(For Immediate Release)

H.12

June 4, 195&

CHANGES IN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS BY INDUSTRY
Most industrial classifications showed net repayments during the week
ended May 28, and the net decrease in commercial and industrial loans at weekly
reporting member banks was $l4l million.
The principal net decreases were $$0 million to public utilities,
$38 million to manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco products, $27 million
to sales finance companies, $23 million to commodity dealers, and $18 million to
manufacturers and producers of petroleum, coal, chemicals, and rubber products.
Loans to ''other" types of business increased $33 million during the week.
Changes in loans during the week and since the last Wednesday in December
are shown below; the third column shows the changes during the comparable period
last year.

Business of Borrower

Week
ended .
May 28E/

Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals,
and rubber
Other manufacturing and mining
Trade--wholesale and retail
Commodity dealers
Sales finance companies
Public utilities and transportation
Construction
All other types of business

23
27
50

Cumulative since year-end
Dec. 25, 1957
Dec. 26, 1956
tO

y

tO

May 28, 1958B/
May 29, 1957
(In millions of dollars]-

8

10

- 776
+ 57
27

-474
+107
+64o

18
10

- 134
+ 86

+ 89
4117

+
+

280
283
813
160
20
45

- 50
-473
+ 51
+162
- 40
-l4o

38

8

2

33

Classified changes - net
Unclassified changes - net

-142
+ 1

-2,264
- 275

- 11
-176

Net change in commercial and
industrial loans

-l4l

-2,539

-187

p/ Preliminary; see footnote on attached table.




CHANGES IN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OF A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT,
WEEK ENDED WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1958

H.12(a)

Business of Borrower
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Metals and metal products (including
machinery & transportation equipment)
Petroleum, coal, chemicals, and rubber
Other manufacturing and mining

St. Minne- Kansas
San FranNew Phila- Cleve- RichAll DisBoston York delphia land mond Atlanta Chicago Louis apolis City Dallas cisco P/
tricts £/
(In millions of dollars)
-25.1

.6 - 7.1

+1.2
+ .7

+ .9

-

-

.1

- .6
+ -5

+

.3 - 2.9

+5.3

-

.5

- .2

- 1.3

- .2
-2.2

1.6

- 37-7
-

8.1

- 9.5

1.8 - 9.9
+ 1.0 + 7.3

- 18.2

+ 9.9

Trade:
Wholesale
Retail

-

Commodity dealers

- 23-4

Sales finance companies

- 27.0

Public utilities (including transportation)

- 50.4

Construction

-

All other types of business

- .5

- 1.2

-1.8

- .3
+ .8

- .7

+ .6

- 3.8
+ .6

- 4.4 - .4
- 1.4 - .2

- .9

- 1.0
.1

-

.2
.2

-13.4
- 2.3
+ 4.2

+ 1.5 + .1
- 1.7 - .3
- .7 + .1

+ .4

-1.2

.6
+ 2.1

+

.5

-

.5

+ .1

+ .5

.4

- .4

-

+ 1.5

-1.3

+ .2

+1.6

- 2.3
- 1.5

- .5 - .4

+ .4 (
+ .4
+1.3 r 1.8 J - .1

.1

+ .6

- 2.9

+ ,5

- .3

- 3.3

- 3.3 - .9

- .5

- 9.8

-10.9

-1.6

~ 8.3

-3.9

-1.6

+ 1.9

- 1.4 -1.0

- .5

+

+

•6 -33.2

-2.7

+ 1.0

+ .1

+ .6

-12.7

-

.4 + .8

-2.6

1.5

+

.7 + 1.4

+ .9

-

.3

+ .1

- .1

- il

-

.9 + .5

+ .1

-

3.1

- .7

+ 32.6

+

.9 +26.5

+ .1

-

.8

+1.6

-2.0

- 3.4

+

.5 + .5

- .7

+12.7

- 3.3

Net change in classified loans l/

-141.7

- 5.3 -53.9

+2.6

-12.2

—6. l

-2.3

-36.1

-13.5 -2.2

-3.6

- 1.7

- 7.4

Unclassified changes - net

+

.7

- 4.7 -12.1

+1.4

+

.2

+1.1

+ .3

+ .1

+

.5 + .2

+4.6

-

1.3

+10.4

Net change in commercial and
industrial loans

-l4l.O

-10.0 -66.0

+4.0

-12.0

-5.0

-2.0

-36.0

-13.0 —2.0

+1.0

- 3.0

+ 3-0

8

-

4

- 1.1 +1.5
1.7 -1.4

>

-

-

2.0 - —

- .8

.2

-

.8 -1.0

.3

- 1.4

-- 1.9

g/ Preliminary; final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin and San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of the Reserve Bank.
1/ About 210 weekly reporting member banks are reporting changes in their larger loans as to industry; these banks hold about 95 per cent of total
commercial and industrial loans of all weekly reporting member banks afcd about 75 per cent of those of all commercial banks.




BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEHEM1 EESEEVE SYSTEM

June 10, 1958
Note to Users of H.12 Belease, Changes In Commercial and Industrial
Loans by Industry

The attached tables show estimates of the dollar amount
and number of business loans outstanding on October 5> 1955 at
member banks supplying data for the Board's weekly release,
Changes in Commercial and Industrial Loans by Industry (H.12),
and at all other member banks. These estimates are based on data
obtained in the 1955 Business Loan Survey. The 200 banks that
regularly furnish data for this release accounted for about
three-fourths of the dollar amount and one-third the number of
business loans outstanding at all member banks on the Survey date.
These tables are being distributed to those on the H.12
release mailing list in the belief that the value of the weekly
change data would be enhanced by the availability of bench-mark
data for the banks reporting this information and of comparable
data for nonreporting banks. Similar bench-mark data for
October 16, 1957* the date of a subsequent business loan survey,
will be made available at a later date.




± y » ° UOJJiHOO L J A OUItVBI
A-K
Loans Outstanding at Member Banks Reporting Weekly Changes in Loans by Industry (H.12 series)
by Business and Size of Borrower and Maturity
(Amount of loans outstanding on October 5, 1?55, in thousands of dollars)
Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)

E 3 HIO - $
100,000 or more

Business of borrower
All
maturities
All businesses
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and
leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals,
and rubber
All other
Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers
Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication.
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinancial
businesses

23,313,502

1 year
or less

1-5
years

Over 5
years

14,916,351 3,852,098 4,545,053

All
maturities

1 year
or l e s s

25,000 - 100,000
Over 5
years

1-5
years

5,081,848 2,763,000

895,801

All
maturities

1,L23,0L8

3,106,682

1 year
or less

5,000 - 25,000
All
maturities

Over 5
years

1-5
years

1 year
or l e s s

1,559,755 469,935 1,076,992 L,1.55,819

1-5
years

Over 5
years

2,823,L38' 801,950

830,1.31

1,571,618

1,221,189

173,459

180,000

410,757

332,260

LL,63L

33,863

337,105

228,969

42,047

66,089

323,927

21.6,820

Lo,615

1,510,621
2,697,761

1,272,051
1,652,990

147,739
424,901

90,784
619,874

157,031
771,L5i

109,0li0 35,186
377,136 123,776

12,805
270,5L0

147,761
438,537

97,907
256,217

17,906
77,951

31,949
104,369

3lL,99L
675,663

2L5.370
LL6.818

5L, 889 1L.735
96,613 132,202

2,372,001
1,393,250

511,315
781,713

689,441 1,141,246
260,115
351,422

561,368
13L,913

67,918
29,187

152,902
LL,563

3L0.5L8
61,163

621,926
201,945

67,571
60,442

91,385
31,6o4

462,970
109,899

522,831
265,16L

111,L71
121,393

191,315
L5,306

220,0L5
98,1.65

1,736,588
642,702
1,870,295

1,131,898
597,926
1,240,152

171,419
26,036
266,063

27,853
159,683
331,967

17,712
150,021
123,L52

5,2L6
5,378
29.L57

L,895
L,283
179,059

72,699
53,508
136,538

57,766
46,999
95,440

4,692
1,703
2^,955

10,242
4,807
15,143

301,907
163,893
2li0,068

23L.L60
158,L51
170,708

L7.301
3,691
28,577

20.1L6
1,750
L0.783

2,387,668

2,268,822

106,832

12,014 1,loll,870

1,0L0,263

6L.607

397,964

390,278

7,686

—

386,329

373,L37

10,21.8

2,59L

2,539,209
1,019,115
1,723,073
901,905

730,656
816,249
1,246,015
469,238

835,853
176,023
227,526
203,630

972,690 1,271,262
26,843
10,637
3L.027
249,532
229,038
69,771

L50.529
3.. 009
L,203
35,580

3L9,3°L
7,580
17,266
1L,508

471,339
47
12,559
19,683

348,196
52,472
63,226
92,139

74,089 105,456
35,251 17,221
50,907
9,568
28,903
6,743

2,751
56,493

L20,812
181. ,875
365,202
105,768

85,071
11.2,933
281,Loz
72.5LL

lL5,066
39,600
59,91.9
16,196

190,675
2,lil.2
23,851
17,029

9 a , 659

646,138

143,002

155,519

36,258

22,690

1,301.

12,264

142,665

69,018

43,628

181., 388

132,611

22.55L

29,223

133,271
18,740
364,080

— —

168,651

30,019

36,1.92

Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)
Business of borrower

All businesses

1,000 - 5,000
All
maturities

1 year
or less

15
-

years

250 - 1,000
Over 5
years

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

5o - 250
Over 5
years

All
maturities

1 year
or less

Less than 50

1-5
Over 5
years years

Not ascertained

All
1 year
1-5
Over 5
years years maturi- or less
ties

Over 5
1-5
years years

it, 606,936 3,1.82,135 680,250 W . , 5 5 2 3,115,200 2,371,553 1.38,1.37 305,211 1,827,018 1,320,861. 278,721, 227,L30 LL2,L63 260,0L6 122,10.2 59,975 677,536 335,561 16L.560 177,LlL

Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and
leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals,
and rubber
All other

280,981

21.8,Ola 16,967

15,976

11.9,022

116,1.21 16,525

16,076

51,101

U38,2liO
1(36,931

386,279
299,071.

25,997
69,329

267,585
211.,279

258,537
159,381.

1,391
21,768

139,610
112,562

352,162
145,905

171,891
296,816 67,569

51,520

119,106
210,1.31

70,71.6 1.2,826
5,531.
157,61.8 36,519 16,265

60,863
121,1.36

21,171.
90,142

Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers

518,863
Hi7,605
308,L8L,

115,301

58,634

229,261

57,317

Ut, 929
3,376
21,903

503,215
78,255
363,273

U , 7 31,285
a29
7 , 2 1,800
b08

30,651
2,127
1.0,276 31,003

239,1.06
23,156
31.7,805

207,566
20,590
258,1.09

17,L91
1,303
L5.865

306,159

288,1.01. 16,261

1,1.91.

136.852

1912
2,.3

1,136

1.8,1.77

111, 995

1,391

219,321.
299,715
508,170
11.3,551.

66,171. 82,323
21.7,717 W.,977
147,81.7 1.6,176
86,726 31,659

70,827
7,021
LL,LL8
25,169

138,712
255,711.
328.853
186,685

2l,5hL 87,866 29,303
8,166
221,136 26,1.12
222,229 37,61a 68,983
99,1.39 1.5,911 111, 305

230,51*0

187,1.37

26,578

163,218

110,715

Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinancial
businesses

HI
r
1 year
maturior less
ties

25,961.
68,527

I.21 35,987
U,8.

111,161. 3,066

16,525


Note.—Details may not add to totals because of rounding.
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2

288,991.

7,657
33,127

6,29k

21., 268

28,205

59,258
11(2,109
200,602
161.,875;
100,758

9,256

9,3L0

132,1.81
3,816
81,007 17,01.5

3,312
11,510

35,005

7li,Uil

5,872

2,L5l

1,088

22,088 19,979
19,190 10,316

1,69L
5,307

3,567

12,767
27,137

2,1L7
15.18L

9,21.6
9,776

1L.3L8 39,975
1,263
2,L02
L3.531 108,302

3L,259
2,173
60,506

6,206
33,LSI
22,702 11,322

26,275 27,757
111., 332 21,366
123,865 32,250
90,110l 27,9L0
17,063

9,Lll

1,758

1.2LL

5,226 13,507
5,912 3L,L21
53,LP8 LL,072
L6.825 79,767

5,091

2,583
2li,068
29,135
3L,626

27,667

17,956

9,55L

9,3L3

7,801

965

576

23,315
29,151

22.L60
20,038

677
2,525

179
6,589

1,375 120,078
2,177 13,320

28,397
10,632

2L.001
2,076

68,579
612

U6
l

32,670
1L,200
33,858

23,555
L,L99
13,380

8,968
10,633

2,601

6,513
732
9.8L5

5,259

3,728

261

1,270

10,607
317 68,139
i.,391 27,395
9,310 1.0L3 39,170 27,102
9,557
L,L60 10.L78 169,620 116,1.28 20,217
30,987 lit, 155 59,31.7, 21,310 29,657

36,353
2,212
32,975
8,379

L,168 1,518
102
127
27.98L 19,812
86

6,21.1;

L28

3,1.70

59,165

3l,5L0

25,027

2,598

1«55 BTTSINESS LOAN SURVEY
Loans Outstanding at Member Banks Reoorting Weekly Changes in Loans by Industry (H.12 series)
by Business and Size of Borrower and Maturity
(Number of loans outstanding on October 5, 1955, in units)
Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)

Ej HIO - #

All borrowers
25,000 - 100,000

100,000 or more
Business of borrower

All businesses
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals, and
rubber
All other
Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers
Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinaneial businesses

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

1,505

3,bb8

2,129

39
18
67

13
3
77

517
215
38b

37b
160
250

70
21
58

31
71

52
b9

185

kl

358
199

120
Q
b

2b
133
125

1
2
b2

1
1
388

85
78
16b

35
370
33
7
5
10

693
8
9
15
6

1 year
or less

1-5
years

Over 5
years

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

li00,17U

219,391

120,563

30,220

a, 313

2,079

729

11,696
17,239
22,210.

7,658
lb,872
15,156

3,127
1,981
5,197

912
386
1,889

313
b5
bb7

262
2b
30b

8,399
26,287

b,630
16,108

2,793
8,732

976
1,167

268
166

37,871
3,310
1~L,1i71

31,150
2,765
65,658

U, 982
361
28,538

l,7b2
18b
7,275

26
136
555

5,595

5,05b

bbO

101

682

61*7

15,550
26,705
25,7k 9
62,128
35,930

U,U5U
18,737
15,078
30,023
18,050

9,000
7,199
5,130
26,518
16,266

2,096
770
5,21+1
5,587
1,615

1,109

3b6
8
27
b2
37

b3
92
53

5,000 - 25,000

509

All
maturities

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

8,b29

6,033

1,10b

983

73
3b
75

709
631
1,181

561
522
81b

90
78
216

58
30
151

57
27

181
78

63b
523

27b
312

215
60

lb5
151

59
65
86

13
7
55

lb
6
21

7b9
229
55b

61b
222
370

lib
6
100

21
1
8b

537

526

12

— *

926

911

13

2

b<%
8b
15b
65
U7

Over 5
years

97
66
136
25
71

109
19
11
29
22

287

738
3b8
655
232
321

187
290
585
lbl
229

306
57
51
51
56

2b5
1
18
bo
36

Over 5
years

—

6
12
2b

Over 5
years

Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)
1,000 - 5,000

Business of borrower
All
maturities
All businesses

2b,676

250 - 1,000

1-5
years

Over 5
years

All
maturities

18,500 b,36b

1,812

57,bb6

1 year
or less

1 year

Less than 50

50 - 250
All
maturities

1 year
or less

1 year
or less

Not aseeiGained
Over 5
years

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

Over 5
years

b2,8b8

9,952

b,6b6

130,26b

92,068

26,838

11,358

125,398

71,305

b7,170

6,923

b6,201

2,b96
3,70b
b,600

1,237
3,082
2,678

l,lb9
561
1,512

110
61
b09

966
7,908

560
3,97b

385
3,71b

1-5
years

Over 5
years

All
maturities

1-5
years

1-5
years

Over 5
years

lb,b30

29,587

2,183

328
882
951

195
b37
553

119
b33
319

lb
12
79

21
220

362
l,bl7

15b
601

lib
786

9b
30

Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, ai.d leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals, and
rubber
All other

1,227
1,909
2,200

1,010
1,731
1,527

lb5
107
b57

71
71
216

2,317
3,5bo
b,386

1,705
3,22b
3,262

b33
282
828

178
35
2#

3,759
6,315
8,093

2,31b
5,692
5,769

1,082
b82
1,739

36b
lbl
586

1,669
2,19b

9!4i
1,603

637
b35

88
157

2,023
b,68l

l,b03
3,339

55b
i,obo

66
303

2,119
9,199

l,lbb
6,115

780
2,622

196
b62

Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers

3,105
625
2,623

2,672
518
2,053

307
88
378

126
18
192

8,979
7b3
9,306

7,607
789
650
53
7,b01 1,120

58b
bo
785

lb,763
8b6
36,090

12,276
657
27,279

1,773
93
6,062

715
96
2,7b8

8,U5U
510
bo,697

6,868
b07
2b,288

l,bb5
99
13,893

lbl
b
2,517

1,712
lb5
H,b83

1,031
lib
b,053

5bl
13
6,889

lbO
18
5bl

1,230

1,036

lbl

53

1,019

961

57

1

930

762

lbb

2b

207

151

3b

21

66

60

5

1

1,100
1,538
2,803
1,159
1,295

366
1,173
2,165
717
979

533
331
29b
307
206

201
30
3b5
135
110

1,98b
5,2b7
b,878
b,792
3,552

535
b,0b8
3,321
2,7bO
2,652

1,23b
995
678
1,283
60b

215
20b
879
76b
296

3,168
10,162
9,890
17,22b
7,705

1,06b
7,716
5,6b0
10,011
5,630

1,965
2,098
1,790
b,706
1,503

lbO
3b8
2,b60
2,507
572

h,2U2

1,288
b,276
6,999
2,020
l»,19l>
30,790 13,905
9,63b
6,57b

2,922
2,593
1,086
15,102
2,675

32
130
1,088
1,783
386

2,bl7
2,277
3,133
7,775
13,253

571
1,155
1,185
2,bb3
1,878

1,562
1,072
1,513
5,032
11,190

28b
50
b35
301
186

Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonf inane ial businesses

Note.—Details may not add to totals because of rounding.


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Loans Outstanding at Menfcer Banks Not Reporting Weekly Changes in Loans by Industry, by Business and Size of Borrower and Maturity
(Number of loans outstanding on October 5, 1955, in units)
&I+2 HIO - #
Business of borrower

All businesses
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals, and
rubber
All other
Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers
Others
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinaneial businesses

Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)

All
100,000 or more
All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

Over 5
years

78k,999

570,859

147,824

66,316

1,714

1,229

20,890
10,758
30,649

11,231
9,334
21,894

1,581
969
5,821

2,078
455
2,934

73
21
60

68
20
52

16,25k
39,610.

11,777
30,815

3,7 56
6,5H

722
2,282

105
35

18
24

8
5

50,621
. 1 , 871
«
268,89k

40,148
3,990
202,515

7,231
648
45,690

3,243
233
20,689

44
11
133

30
11
99

6.381

5,911

323

147

539

529

11

2k, 918
67,56k
kl,833
lk9,852
51,875

13,001
52,358
27,196
98,591
39,069

10,670
12,747
5,812
34,946
8,116

1,246
2,459
8,824
16,315
4,690

366
35
138
131
24

215
35
12
HO
5

54
7
21
13

25,000 - 100,000

14

All
1 year
maturior less
ties

1-5
years
156
M—1

1
7

16

Over 5
years

All
maturities

1 year
or less

1-5
years

5,000 - 25,000

974

862

64

5

126
60
68

126
60
53

16

80
6

15
55

11
39

3
6

17

75
8
90

75
8
70

19

259

258

2

97

136

108

12

16

120

~40
19
23

24
14
18

~~6

10
5
5

5

1

48

1
10

1 year
or less

2,528

1,982

362

184

98
79
249

7
2
61

18

213
165

127
115

77
25

9
25

154
41
101

330

All
maturities

135
81
328

Over 5
years

125
41
84

9

20

16

1

Over 5
years

1-5
years

581

572

9

316
57
186
103
66

167
33
155
88
50

30

101
25
6
15
8

48
25
~

Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)
1,000 - 5,000

Business of borrower

1,000
250 - :

All
All
1 year
Over 5
1 year
1-5
maturimaturi- or less
or less years years
ties
ties
All businesses

13,235

10,277 2,170

68,344

92
58
210

36
28
115

2,514
1,577
5,033

1,851
1,444
3,650

283
75
828

381
58
555

6,812
k,591
12,k50

k ,999
3,9k9
8,90k

1,068
379
2,210

593
986

291
233

4
91

2,675
6,326

1,932
5,050

659
802

85
474

5,579 k,126
15,782 12,376

1,199
2,395

1,257
160
1,307

1,012
157
1,045

174
2
172

72
1
90

8,295
642
13,452

6,706
536
10,641

1,048

991

46

11

1,424

1,303

547
1,392
1,437
820
683

236
1,060
1,207
594
549

224
316
136
127
89

87
16
94

2,079
7,430
6,792
6,362
3,744

1,041
5,996
4,908
4,449
2,769

650
472
1,264

522
386
940

887
1,310

Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers

Note.—-Details may not add to totals because of rounding.


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50 - 250
All
Over 5
1 year
1-5
years maturi- or less years
ties

788

Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor and tobacco
Textiles, apparel and leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals, and
rubber
All other

Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinancial businesses

1-5
years

44

52,277 10,165

5,902

1,040
548
73
33
1,793 1,018
51

284,649 212,136 k2,6k2

23,lk3 18,568
2,891
2,070 1,688
275
98,k39 77,390 11,902

Less than 50
All
Over 5 maturi- 1 year
1-5 Over 5
years
or less years years
ties
29,570 377,7kk 265,65k

Not ascertained
All
1-5
maturi- 1 year
or less years
ties

8k,990 27,101 35,811

26,lk2

Over 5
years

7,275 2,394

7k6
263
1,336

9,kk6
3,309
io,W

5,79k
2,829
7,339

2,838
386
2,215

81k
9k
891

'•a

s?
708

293
69
273

67
12
19

25k
1,001

6,132
k,k79
lk,kl7 11,021

l,k21
2,789

233
608

6k7
1,550

493
1,235

99
259

56
57

1,68k
16,085 12,ko8 2,85k
108
1,807
l,k38
298
9,lk7 Ik6,lk7 106,k53 29,985

82k
71
9,710

1,569
132
9,225

1,225
110
6,732

249
1
1,787

95
21
707

70

9

169

154

5

10

12,550 6,55k
5,672
29,267 22,101
6,k29
11,73k
2,122
7,197
88,663 57,k52 22,928
27,05k 19,983 k,986

325
737
2,kl5
8,28k
2,086

1,60k
2,02k
1,977
8,09k
6,038

821
1,526
1,147
5,208
5,447

742
419
349
2,262
468

41
79
481
626
123

70

1,672

l.k97

129

k6

892
145
1,110
324
755 1,130
1,162
751
644
331

7,319
27,358
19,528
U5.661
lk,2k3

3,858
21,607
12,5k7
30,679
10,2k9

2,973
k,kk8
2,k33
8,k33
1,907

k87
1,303
k,5k9
6,550
2,087

687

607

1,000

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1955 BUSINESS LOAN SURVE^

J*

|

Loans Outstanding at Member Banks Not Reporting Weekly Changes In Loans by Industry, by Business and Size of Borrower and Maturity
(Amount of loans outstanding on October 5, 1955, In thousands of dollars)
E 1 + 2 HIO - $
Business of borrower

All businesses
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and
leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals,
and rubber
All other
Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers
Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communicaticn,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinancial
businesses

owers
1 year
or less

All
maturities

Over 5
years

1-5
years

7,1)91,399

5,431,766

291,622

All businesses
Manufacturing and mining:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and
leather
Metals and metal products
Petroleum, coal, chemicals,
and rubber
All other
Trade:
Retail trade
Wholesale trade
Commodity dealers
Other:
Sales finance companies
Transportation, communication,
and other public utilities
Construction
Real estate
Service firms
All other nonfinancial
businesses

1 year
or less
176,043

27,743

38,032

7,717

12,210
87,952

11,403
60,682

5,962
6,034

4,832
5,500

1 year
or less

21,585

132,873
10,319
5,422
13,310

231,307
503,099

149,015
381,234

70,171
69,687

12,120
52,179

3,200
6,374

1,215
3,217

5,422
7,954

535,093
82,718
1,130,604

60,221
6,220
201,057

59,954
4,369
243,420

1,446
1,411
16,874

1,379
1,411
14,469

8,975

3,303

98,917

97,328

270
1,281

239,805

34,704

12,100

21,191

1,940

806

7,066
34,140

165
6,220

3,030

16,812
21,417

7,453
15,246

8,455
4,425

904
1,747

574

429

2,403

125

499
4,560

454
396

1,889

~~516

432,014

5,355

286,609

7,231
43,391

5,438

1,224
6,237
4,243
1,579
8,670

4,243
1,579
7,714

956

17,774
5,076
11,904

16,772
5,076
9,376

51,935

51,766

169

71,448

70,503

944

16,942
7,372

6,294
1,300
13
924

5,496

1,047

67

104,292

1,589

i

—

296,129
672,511
706,657
861,355

161,349
536,901
447,643
486,581

92,854
96,972
80,887
160,380

41,926
38,668
178,127
214,394

50,950
1,513
3,383
7,981

28,636 ;
1,513
676
7,496 I

11,604

10,711

24,184

18,248

2,714

3,222

643
485

2,064

1,944
875

1,527
714

27

390
161

28,677
5,161
18,076
8,296

388,706

262,980

55,391

70,336

3,127

2,831 1

242

54

2,931

2,724

92

115

7,209

All
maturities
978,963

1 year
or less

1-5
years

Over 5
years

Size of borrower (total assets in thousands of dollars)
Less than 50
50-250
250 - 1,000
All
All
1 year
1-5
1 year
Over 5
1-5
Over 5
1 year
1-5
maturi- or less years
maturiyears
or less
years
years
years
or less
ties
ties

All
maturities

Over 5
years

1-5
years

1,543
3,148

442
10

655,268
93,306
1,575,081

1 year
or less

23,937

10,164

10,319

1,130
534

5,000 - 25,000

All
maturities

Over 5
years

1-5
years

117,271

2,177

17,261

5,539

201,934
394,852

All
maturities

Over 5
years

1-5
years

214,888

1,000 - 5.000
Business of borrower

All
maturities

1,030,720 1,028,913

228,847

225,51)7
51)3,1)86

Size of borrower (total assetsi in thousands of dollars)
25,COG - 100,000

100,000 or more

3,271
1,122
666

rlot ascei•tained
:
All
1-5 Over 5
Over 5 maturi- 1 year
or less years years
years
ties

789,895 121,095 67,973 1,935,947 1,467,607 237,61(8 230,692 2,678,084 1,835,991) 364,050 478,040 %)58,744 660,638 217,789 180,318 205,291 144,515 28,010 32,766
66,519

5,50l» 12,553

75,632

59,926

53,220

2,512

4,194

84,576

59,025
120,981

53,260
93,821

3,574
17,651

2,191
9,506

67,286
174,177

2,711
61,854
125,512 27,389

2,721
21,277

62,860
138,602

5U,365
87,1)01)

38,260 15,427
68,785 13,429

678
5,190

72,809
172,389

48,568 21,326
131,364 22,269

2,915
18,756

57,515
156,71)9

88,906
16,585
86,106

6,827
77,331
15,967
437
70,819 10,923

4,749
181
4,364

239,630!I 198,260 20,196 21,173
1,1)89 1,331)
23,536
26,359
236,892 29,158 35,807
301,857

97,856

95,552

1,628

677

74,022

70,478

36,113
88,093
91,735
li7,852

15,838: 11,379
72,558 14,485
70,080
9,242
30,201
7,435

.8,895
1,051
12,414
10,216

50,824
205,933
223,253
143,560

27,749
172,222
151,196
85,649

14,013

34,200

6,146

3,668

99,273

!

Note.—Details may not add to totals because of rounding.

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52,162

10,809

53,714) 3,610
96,632 21,396
37,526
122,478

16,802
19,232

12,660

27,305 16,058

5,506 13,061
20,574 38,436
3,188
17,039

11,429
24,733

18,386 12,251
41,813 29,759

5,088

5,211

3,838

818

554

728
924
7,650 6.053

4,681
8,555

4,327
6,557

97
1,756

257
242

4,899
8,000

6,996
3,242 1 2,366 1,387
966
8,717, 5,825 ! 1,926
1

6,160

1,235
4.054

!

1,852 |

1,692

17,921 | 5,154
21,81)5 11,666
21), 1)36 47,621
I
25,811); 32,096

67,808 15,737 | 15,727

8,0:: 5,916
21)0,385 : 190,680 23,554 26,150 52,975 39,041
4#
6,626
5,474
27,660
2,239
3,405
33,303 1
71)3,538j 528,327 87,469 127,741 368,670 238,747 65,398 64,525

984 1,537
210
142
4,233 8,969

9,909
2,367
37,461

7,388
2,015
24,259

4,643

4,502

4

137

7,089
8,919 34,936 16,077 ' 17,393 1,466
63,157 1
30,948 23,289
260,f99 I 205,381 36,044 19,475 96,825 69,576 ! 21,607 5,642 14,117
! 9,302 18,019 29,963
154,766 34,066 88,741 60,729 33,407
277,573
388,373 ; 213,580 65,236 109,557 227,853 119,309 ! 51), 59253,951 36,566

4,540
11,790
19,049
22,259

2,260
1,692
3,158
5,893

239
635
7,756
8,414

1)0,929 |

136,579 j

37,684

2,451

84,424 16,688

794

35,458

4,543

66,566

4,202

338

3

40,575 | 12,759 13,233

29,016

24,922 | 2,680 1,414