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FEDERAL

RESERVE

9?
M I S l W l ^ ' C

H. 12

r e l e a s e
For immediate release
March 3, 1971

a I

%

RESERVE-S^
COMMERCIAL AND INDUgTRIAIrTOMS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $106 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended February 24.
The principal net increases were $59 million in loans to manufacturers of
other durable goods, $61 million to manufacturers of machinery, and $116 million in
bankers 1 acceptances.
The larger offsetting net decreases were $76 million in loans to manufacturers
of transportation equipment, and $161 million to unclassified borrowers.

Business of Borrower

Change From Week Ended
.
Feb. 17, Feb. 25, Dec. 30,
Feb. 24, *
1970
1970
1971
p/
1971
(In millions of dollars)

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

14,851
2,170
5,374
2,799
1,911
2,597

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

11,119
2,656
2,398
1,387
2,789
1,889

+

f

+
+
+

64
13
61
76
7
59

-

7
6
30
20
13
10

' +
-

+
+

-

-!-

+
+

266
136
511
111
171
169

-

530
208
12
95
72
143

-

497

-

-

-

-

L
"
+

+
+

+
"

115
24
55
130
3
43
607
448
80
139
9
109

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

3,966

+

47

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

9,055
1,318
3,671
4,066

+

14
13
20
7

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

9,950
6,146
1,420
2,384

+

+

15
16
1
30

Construction

3,464

+

12

+

Services

7,236

-

15

+• 323

-

162

Bankers' acceptances

1,679

-r

116

+1 ,172

-

12

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

2,407

+

41

+

315

-

2

All other loans

4,710

-

36

+

244

-

216

-

+
+

-

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

68,437
12,433

+

Total commercial & industrial loans

80,870

+

-

-

-

+
+
-

+

70
61
30
21

110
563
76
749

+
+
+
+

294
146
112
36

416

+

12

+1 ,457
+1 ,175

106

+2 ,632

classified loans are as of February 17.

37

390
209
250
69

265
161

P/ Preliminary.


http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
* San Francisco District
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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+
+

-

-

-

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915
133
782

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED FEBRUARY 24, 1971
(in mi 1J.jons of dollars)
Minne- Kansas
St.
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
All Dis- Boston New
Business of Borrower
apolis
City
Louis
mond
land
York
tricts
162
138
188
2,762
275
271
614 1,343
6,160
605
14,851
Durable goods manufacturing - total
7
5
47
357
27
22
313
80
1,041
49
2,170
Primary metals
68
27
37
1,109
61
81
457
167
2,336
284
5,374
Machinery10
19
9
390
28
47
209
87
1,381
77
2,799
Transportation equipment
46
26
37 •
493
74
49
198
153
502
83
1,911
Other fabricated metal products
41
40
69
413
66
91
166
127
900
112
2,597
Other durable goods

H.12(a)

299
35
78
40
52
94

San
Francisc: < £ / *
2,034
187
669
502
198
478

Dallas

11,119
2,656
2,398
1,387
2,789
1,889

662
110
310
20
109
113

5,303
888
1,147
732
1,716
820

480
8l
134
33
118
114

383
65
37
46
140
95

405
84
189
15
52
65

377
103
136
16
50
72

1,563
501
206
216
326
314

264
78
61
24
39
62

156
87
18
9
16
26

138
56
12
25
24
21

261
68
• 37
60
51
45

1,127
535
111
191
148
142

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural "feas)

3,966

59

2,296

49

216

7

46

425

24

8

117

453

266

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

9,055
1,318
3,671
4,066

571
35
253
283

2,956
602
1,205
1,149

443
60
155
228

504
13
219
272

512
60
197
255

509
23
239
247

1,157
137
510
510

286
79
91
116

203
92
45
66

292
44
102
146

347
59
149
139

1,275
114
506
655

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

9,950
6,146
1,420
2,384

391
174
62
155

4,930
2,963
654
1,313

307
146
64
97

545
317
90
138

390
197
84
109

318
219
28
71

1,148
774
128
246

215
152
25
38

97
69
4
24

122
67
26
29

261
140
58
63

1,226
928
197
101

Construction

3,464

92

849

266

249

248

192

277

137

60

106

397

591

Services

7,236

414

2,312

622

335

219

347

726

248

148

172

310

1,383

Bankers 1 acceptances

1,679

43

786

88

47

8

7

330

- -

1

28

61

280

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,407

55

1,737

56

51

22

26

317

- -

5

—

30

108

All other loans

4,710

112

1,820

9

424

320

136

442

106

6

33

177

1.125

68,437

3,004

29,149

2,934

4,097 2,402

2,233

9,147

1,468

846

1,146

2,596

9,415

12,433

458

1,050

270

706

622

1,557

277

66

348

582

5.699

1 80,870

3,462

30,199

3,204

4,895 3,108

2.855

10.704

1.745

912

1.494

3.178

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
Total commercial and industrial loans

2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.


*
Classified loans are as of February 17.


798

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