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FEDERAL

H. 12

RESERVE

statistical

release
For immediate release
March 10, 1971

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
reporting l.rgl'comlerc^al'bankl'dur^^g'che^wIIk'Indld'Mlrch
*iluon

and $339

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
Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)
Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail
Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities
Construction
Services
Bankers' acceptances

in i o a

Outstanding
March 3,
1971 P/*

"to

Changei From Week Ended
Feb. 24, March 4,
Dec. 30
1971
1970
1970

14,921
2,214
5,280
2,851
1,941
2,635

70
44
94
52
30
38

11,163
2,656
2,406
1,418
2,783
1,900

+

577
225
34
65
124
129

13
+

+
+

178

-

+

465

-

+
+
+

43
83
46
80

9,907
6,229
1,374
2,304

- 131
+ 653
+
29
- 813

+
+
+

360
217
221
78

-

+

-

3
98
50
51
77
47
73
251
229
66
44

11

+

439

+

7,241

+

5

+

345

-

157

-

94
14

+1,033

2,423

16

+

317

+

4,666

44

+

168

-

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

68,420
12,683

17
-- 339
l

+1,114
+1,455

Total commercial & industrial loans

81,103

4 322
-

+2,569

P/ Preliminary.
San Francisco District classified loans are as of February 24.




88
108

+

82

All other loans

81

3,475

1,597

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

68

149
78
33
563
448

19
16
17
52

+

45

+

200

-

6
11

3,953
9,074
1,302
3,654
4,118

-

31

+

375
196
689
140

+

44

+
+

+
+

+

23

260
932
383
549

H.12(a)

COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED MARCH 3, 1971
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
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

All Districts
14,921
2,214
5,280
2,851
1,941
2,635
11,163
2,656
2,406
1,418
2,783
1,900

Boston
627
49
286
87
88
117
672
112
316
20
110
114

New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
St.
York
delphia land
mond
Louis
6,244
615 1,335
277
276
2,712
196
1,071
78
314
23
27
364
47
2,298
167
446
82
62
1,080
36
1,428
89
215
28
49
375
10
528
153
194
50
75
490
32
919
128
166
94
63
403
71
5,359
481
380
407
376
1,578
267
904
77
63
87
100
513
78
1,138
137
37
190
139
201
64
768
35
47
15
15
222
24
1,721
117
137
52
50
329
39
828
115
96
63
72
313
62

3,953
9,074
1,302
3,654
4,118

59

2,275

49

213

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8

45

424

575
30
256
289

2,944
585
1,204
1,155

448
55
163
230

502
14
220
268

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

517
59
204
254

508
24
239
245

9,907
6,229
1,374
2,304

394
177
63
154

4,863
3,024
613
1,226

318
147
70
101

545
316
91
138

387
201
82
104

Construction

3,475

92

881

267

246

Services

7,241

422

2,298

638

Bankers1 acceptances

1,597

38

773

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,423

57

All other loans

4,666

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

Kansas
City
141
5
28
19
47
42
132
50
13
25
23
21

Dallas
310
38
81
42
53
96
255
66
38
55
50
46

San
,
Francis cctB/
2,023
191
645
499
194
494
1,103
522
115
184
140
142

24

8

118

447

283

1,187
. 147
504
536

288
78
94
116

218
98
45
75

297
42
105
150

351
57
155
139

1,239
113
465
661

318
221
27
70

1,158
782
118
258

223
151
29
43

103
71
4
28

127
70
30
27

248
142
54
52

1,223
927
193
103

247

190

268

137

62

107

385

593

338

220

344

722

240

164

168

307

1,380

74

44

8

7

343

1

29

42

238

1,752

58

51

25

26

314

5

— —

30

105

115

1,794

9

459

315

132

432

105

6

34

183

1.082

68,420

3,051

29,183

2,957 4,113

2,411

2,222

9,138

1,480

885 1 ,153

2,558

9,269

12,683

457

1,048

708

626

1,587

280

348

607

5,894

Total commercial and industrial loans
81.103 3.508 30.231
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.
* Classified loans are as of February 24.



Minneapolis
165
7
69
10
37
42
153
84
18
8
15
28

266

796

66

3.223 4.909
3.119 2.848 10.725
1.760
951 1,501
15,163
3,165
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.

For immediate release
March 10, 1971
.12b

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Total business term loans were $32,553 million as of February. This was an
increase of $415 million over the comparable data a year ago and a decrease of $16
million from the last Wednesday in January.
The principal net changes in term loans during February were $115 million
in loans to manufacturers of'bther"durable goods, and $84 million to the mining
industry including crude petroleum and natural gas.
The total of all business term loans on February 24 represented approximately
49 percent of total of business loans outstanding at large commercial banks
reporting in the series.

Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

Percent of Term Loans Change From Month Ended
Jan. 27, Feb. 25, Dec.30,
Total Busi- Feb. 24,
1970
1970
1971
1971
ness Loans
(In millions of dollars)
(7.)
+ 163 + 128
86
+
7,800
53
37
+ 131
20
+
1,564
72
47
112 32
2,634
49
84
+
14
1,633
58
5
14 +
3
747
39
+ 133
74
+
+ 115
1,222
47
-

- -

-

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

51
37
27
82
66
59

5,722
971
659
1,142
1,834
1,116

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

82

3,270

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

25
6
21
36

2,292
79
754
1,459

Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities

62
77
28
44

Construction

+

8
22
15
49
34

-

84

-

20

+

+
-

-

+
-

-

202
5
62
77
63
5

-

+
-

153
14
2
71
15
55

-

56

209
1
25
185

4
-

58

+
+

493

— —

-

+

29
9

+
+

6,217
4,763
398
1,056

+
+

59
32

+
+

-

-

+

27

-

174
438
75
189

31

1,063

+

15

+

171

f

19

Services

44

3,154

-

32

+

194

-

55

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

71

1,716

-

7

+

141

All other loans

28

1,319

-

25

+

58

+

34

49

32,553

-

16

+

415

+

195

Total term loans outstanding
/ Preliminary.




-

-

-

+

-

+

2
60
220
199
17
38

4

H. 12(c)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A S AMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE D ISTRICT, WEEK ENDED FEBRUARY

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
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

All Dis
tricts
7,800
1,564
2,634
1,633
747
1,222

5,722
971
659
1,142
1,834
1,116

(in millions of dollars)
New
Phila Cleve- RichBoston
St.
Atlanta Chicago
York
delphia land
mond
Louis
266
4,101
186
740
87
93 1,426
87
28
864
27
227
8
7
257
30
134
1,490
42
211
23
28
494
19
49
998
12
126
10
25
207
4
20
225
48
84
13
17
251
14
35
524
57
92
33
16
217
20
233
3,185
183
228
170
100
969
107
32
416
21
30
37
33
236
19
63
312
39
14
81
16
99
17
16
654
18
37
6
6
183
17
59
1,267
49
90
18
24
228
22
63
536
56
57
28
21
223
32

24, 1971

Minneapolis
41
3
8
5
9
16

57
28
7
6
4

Kansas
City
43

Dallas
87
12

5
8
11
19
32
9

13
11

18

33
98
14
3
43

San
FranciscoE/
643
101
167
178
37
160

3
4

20

58

12

360
96
8
140
52
64

268

153

35
1
14
20

55
1
25
29

265

16

18

3,270

52

2,077

33

186

3

21

2,292
79
754
1,459

390

24

143
1
44
98

. 847
20
262
565

105
7
20
68

187
5
60
122

113
7
36
70

130
1
59
70

346
15
114
217

37
1
8
28

29
4
14

6,217
4,763
398
1,056

148
115
10
23

3,564
2,568
228
768

116
85
21
10

294
215
22
57

169
104
32
33

158
149
1
8

810
664
26
120

138
135
1
2

50
46
4

1,063

60
54
1
5

25

328

133
104
14
15

53

577
524
38
15

128

73

52

73

32

9

18

138

134

3,154

246

1,274

301

170

45

100

338

70

21

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

55

95

1,716

439

25

1,392

19

42

2

195

3

All other loans

6

1,319

32

- -

630

6

149

119

15

143

2_

50

16S

17,398

1,002

2,124

779

671

4,690

930

2,768

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

Total term loans outstanding




32,553

1,138

-12-

527

11

227

299

16

88
161