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FEDERAL
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RESERVE

tical

release

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T . T R 8 A K Y

For immediate release

&
COMMERCIAL-

March 17, 1971

IAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $98 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended March 10.
The principal net increases were $61 million in loans to manufacturers
of primary metals, and $56 million to transportation.
The larger offsetting net decreases were $116 million in loans to
"other" public utilities, $60 million to services, and $63 million to unclassified
borrowers.

Business of Borrower

Change From Week Ended
Outstanding
March 10, * March 3, March 11,j Dec. 30,
i97o
i lain
1971
&/
1971
(In millions of dollars)

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

15, 075
2,
,275
5, 329
2,
,907
,935
1,
,629
2j

+
+
+
+

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

,233
11,
2,
,685
2,
,441
,417
1,
,800
2,
,890
1,

+
+
+

-

154
61
49
56
6
6

-

+
-

+
-

+

351
219
687
204
228
141

-

70
29
35
1
17
10

-

551
172
13
76
156
134

-

43

-

516

26
26
39
13

+
+
+
+

537
219
256
62

-

+

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

3,
,910

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

,100
9,
,276
1,
3.
,693
,131
4,

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

,762
9.
6;,200
1;,374
,188
2;

Construction

3;,529

+

Services

,181
7,

Bankers1 acceptances
Foreign commercial & industrial loans

2,

All other loans

+
-

+
+

-

+
+
-

+
+

109
129
100
22
27
75

-

493
419
123
109
20
108

-

93

-

-

+
-

+

-

+

25
103
8
86

+
+
+

-

117
628
51
796

106
200
66
160

54

+

469

+

77

-

60

+

266

-

217

L ,638

+

41

+1 ,101

-

53

,455

+

32

+

340

+

46

,698
4,

+

32

+

156

-

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

68 ,581
12 ,628

+

161
63

+1 ,334
+1 ,403

+

771
328

Total commercial & industrial loans

81 ,209

+

98

+2 ,737

-

443

-

-

145
29
- -

-

-

116

P/ Preliminary.


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* San
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

loans are as of March 3.

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+
+

-

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COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED
March 10, 1971
(in ml
All Dis- Boston New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta
Business of Borrower
St.
Minne- Kansas
Chicago
tricts
York. delphia land
mond
Louis
apolis
City
Durable goods manufacturing - total
15,075
626
6,327
619 1,362
278
275
2,728
198
171
144
Primary metals
2,275
52
1,125
75
315
23
29
368
48
7
5
Machinery5,329
285
2,317
174
455
84
60
1,097
36
72
29
Transportation equipment
2,907
81
1,437
90
231
28
49
375
10
12
19
Other fabricated metal products
1,935
89
520
153
199
49
72
485
34
37
48
Other durable goods
2,629
119
928
127
162
94
65
403
70
43
43
11,233
674
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
5,418
478
382
408
374
1,586
264
154
129
Food, liquor, and tobacco
2,685
109
925
71
66
88
97
513
77
85
48
Textiles, apparel, and leather
2,441
320
1,159
139
37
186
141
211
64
17
13
Petroleum refining
1,417
20
779
36
47
17
14
222
23
8
25
Chemicals and rubber
2,800
111
1,741
114
136
53
49
331
37
15
23
Other nondurable goods
1,890
114
814
118
96
64
73
309
63
29
20
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)
3,910
60
2,260
49
214
6
47
427
25
8
119
Trade - total
9,100
580
2,934
455
499
519
515
1,163
275
228
297
Commodity dealers
1,276
32
563
59
14
56
23
145
62
114
38
Other wholesale
3,693
251
1,205
172
217
211
244
503
97
46
105
Retail
4,131
297
1,166
224
268
252
248
515
116
68
154
Transportation, communication, & other
9,762
391
public utilities
4,752
317
538
383
314
1,139
208
90
129
Transportat ion
6,200
176
2,991
153
314
200
220
773
153
69
73
Communication
1,374
61
613
70
97
82
24
117
29
3
27
Other public utilities
2,188
154
1,148
94
127
101
70
249
26
18
29
Construction
3,529
92
881
270
256
246
193
268
139
62
110
Services
7,181
421
2,286
636
341
221
346
725
244
148
171
1
Bankers acceptances
1,638
54
800
76
45
8
9
— —
341
1
32
Foreign commercial and industrial loans
2,455
57
1,788
59
49
24
26
— —
315
- 5
All other loans
Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

*

Classified loans are as of March 3.

310
37
82
42
53
96
257
63
38
58
52
46

San
FranciscoE/'
2,037
191
638
533
196
479
1,109
543
116
168
138
144

455

240

348
53
156
139

1,287
117
486
684

245
144
54
47

1,256
934
197
125

386

626

306

1,336

35

237

30

102

4,698

113

1,759

9

452

318

131

437

105

7

34

185

1,148

68,581

3,068

29,205

2,968

4,138

2,411

2,230

9,129

1,458

874

1,165

2,557

9,378

12,628

482

UQ-60

263

795

709

626

1.597

281

66

354

611

5.784

Total commercial and industrial loans
81,209 3,550 30.265
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.



Dallas

3.231 4,93.3 3,170 7,8Sfi 10,726 1.739
940
1.519 3.168 15,167
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.