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FEDERAL

RESERVE

s t a t i s t i c a l

r e l e a s e

For immediate release,
May 12, 1976

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

H.12

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $311
million at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week
ending May 5, 1976.
The principal net increases were $115 million for unclassified loans, $103 million in loans for commodity dealers, and
$90 million in loans for communication.
The largest offsetting decrease was $77 million in loans
for other wholesale trade.

OUTSTANDING
MAY 5,
BUSINESS OF BORROWER

1 9 7 6

P/*

CHANGE FROM WEEK FNDFD

MAY 7 ,
1975

APR. 28,
1976

JUNE 25,
1975

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS!
DURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

15,467
2,066
5,266
2,727
1,843
3,565

NONDURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS AND RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

13,151
3,145
3,146
2,350
2,589
1,921

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM 6
NATURAL GAS)

62
12
20
63
17
14

+
+
-

•
-

•
•
-

- 6,067
60
—
- 2,949
985
- 1,062
- 1,011

15
13
47
9
13
15

-

-

6,505

•

19

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

13,430
1,647
5,719
6,064

•
•

102
103
77
76

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

13,598
5,840
1,743
6,015

CONSTRUCTION

-

•

•
+
+

•

.

179
15
90
74

-

-

1,830
484
198
66
753
329

• 1,665

•
-

-

308
378
230
456

2,435
334
627
1,474

- 4,646
+
40
- 2,184
—
866
922
714
—
—
—

1,304
203
75
129
550
347

• 1»579
+
•
•

357
540
28
211

—

1,851
255
406
1,190

—
-

4,349

-

8

-

1,313

-

1,247

10,810

+

47

-

229

-

131

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

3,110

-

6

•

959

+

892

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL T INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,610

-

40

+

1,011

+

786

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,832

-

50

-

2,117

-

1,996

196
115

-

10,664
900

—

7,561
584

SERVICES

TOTAL C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S
TOTAL U N C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S

TOTAL .COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

P/
*
NOTE:

93,862
19,814

+

113,676

+

+

311

PRELIMINARY.
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF APRIL 28, 1976.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 24, 1976 RE-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS IN CHICAGO CITY RESULTED IN THE
FOLLOWING MAJOR REVISIONS: ALL OTHER LOANS, - $860 MILLION; TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS,
- $675 MILLION. THESE RE-CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NOT REFLECTED IN DATA PRIOR TO MARCH
24, 1976.




11,564

8,145

H.12(A)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED MAY 5, 1976
(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

BUSINESS OF BORROWER
DUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB. METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS
P/*
782
15,467
67
2,066
5,266
331
84
2,727
112
1,843
3,565
188

NEW
YORK

PHILA- CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
DELPHIA LAND

ST.
LOUIS

MINNE- KANSAS
APPOLIS CITY

DALLAS

SAN P/*
FRANCISCO

5,817
875
1,955
1,185
561
1,241

788
57
263
90
158
220

1,294
352
362
192
170
218

396
63
89
50
61
133

412
46
73
98
71
124

3,056
323
1,251
528
355
599

250
64
63
16
50
57

172
16
62
4
31
59

169
8
45
20
47
49

369
47
133
44
62
83

1,962
148
639
416
165
594

13,151
3,145
3,146
2,350
2,589
1,921

649
74
310
40
92
133

6,262
1,264
1,391
1,447
1,495
665

591
102
207
41
84
157

445
75
52
51
138
129

541
100
283
18
66
74

555
97
281
29
48
100

1,829
587
303
299
360
280

245
59
79
26
28
53

185
94
14
19
13
45

195
45
10
95
17
28

418
66
42
232
47
31

1,236
582
174
53
201
226

6,505

31

2,689

72

286

30

140

1,192

49

24

249

971

772

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

13,430
1,647
5,719
6,064

766
23
360
383

4,619
892
2,036
1,691

661
39
268
354

691
7
282
402

840
63
353
424

682
41
324
317

1,721
124
779
818

459
12 5
147
187

266
76
70
120

451
36
200
215

520
78
205
237

1,754
143
695
916

TRANSP., COMMUN.t &
OTHER PUB. UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

13,598
5,840
1,743
6,015

594
208
123
263

7,099
2,720
657
3,722

579
232
135
212

669
222
137
310

282
138
86
58

373
262
30
81

1,974
842
209
923

286
212
26
48

96
60
7
29

150
77
20
53

312
140
62
110

1,184
727
251
206

,349

139

968

207

314

406

276

766

50

62

83

482

596

1 >,810

594

3,050

1,044

622

430

496

1,785

214

282

302

556

1,435

3,110

72

987

179

133

64

35

390

51

17

164

1,018

FOR. COML. 6 IND. LOANS

5,610

152

2,424

110

434

63

107

640

58

9

6

160

1,427

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,832

70

2,751

63

571

4 7

344

343

218

49

82

535

2,319

93,862
19,814

3,849
731

36,666
1,969

4,294
583

5,459
1,119

3,5)59
It 127

3,420
1,003

13,696
2,239

1,880
412

1,145
85

1,704
504

4,487
873

13,703
9,169

113,676

4,580

38,635

4,877

6,578

4,686

4,423

15,935

2,292

1,230

2,208

5,360

22,872

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUORt & TOBACCO
TEX. APPAR., & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS G RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS
MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM & NAT. GAS)

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL CLASS. LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASS. LOANS
TOTAL COML. & IND. LOANS
P/

PRELIMINARY. FINAL TOTAL WILL APPEAR IN THE F. R. BULLETIN.
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT FINAL FIGURES APPEAR IN A RELEASE OF THAT RESERVE BANK.

*

CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF APRIL 28, 1976.




— —

For immediate release,
May 12, 1976

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Total commercial and industrial term loans were $45,763 million
as of April 28, 1976. This was a decrease of $3,195 million over the comparable data a year ago and a decrease of $187 million from the last Wednesday in March.
The principal net changes were $184 million in all other loans,
$128 million in loans for other public utilities, and $84.million in loans
for machinery.
The total of all business term loans on April 28 represents 49
percent of business outstanding at large commercial banks in the series.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

PERCENT OF
TOTAL BUSINESS LOANS

TERM LOANS
APR. 28,
1976

CHANGE FROM MONTH FNOED
JUNE 25,
APR. 30,
MAR. 31,
1975
1975
1976

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

m
DURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

57
62
58
58
49
53

8,760
1,283
3,055
1,632
919
1,871

NONDURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING • TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS AND RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

51
43
34
76
57
51

6,669
1,366
1,044
1,78 5
1,495
979

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM 6
NATURAL GAS)

77

5,015

-

—
—

+
+

+

—
+
+

—
+

+

62
7
84
59
10
78
98
25
51
100
45
17

2,183
40
—
1,229
.i
115
—
376
423
-

1,680
5
904
150
318
303

•

—

—

—
. +

—
—

634
228
75
168
320
179

111

+ 1,355

638
171
79
76
268
196

-

+

+ 1,247

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

26

12
23
34

3,528
180
1,312
2,036

13
10
32
29

244
38
84
198

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

67
73
59
63

9,006
4,252
984
3,770

140
2
14
128

693
243
203
247

CONSTRUCTION

43

1,877

40

433

-

475

SERVICES

49

5,310

58

122

•

90

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL LOANS

55

3,085

+

101

+

468

+

470

ALL O T H E R

32

2,513

-

184

-

709

757

49

45,763

187

- 3,195

- 2,518

LOANS

TOTAL TERM

LOANS OUTSTANDING




•
-

136
32
26
142

639
176
188
275

H.12(C)

B U S I N E S S OF B O R R O W E R

C O M M E R C I A L AND I N D U S T R I A L TERM L O A N S O U T S T A N D I N G A T A SAMPLE OF W E E K L Y R E P O R T I N G
L A R G E C O M M E R C I A L B A N K S BY I N D U S T R Y AND FEDERAL RESERVE D I S T R I C T , A P R . 28, 1976
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK

[PHILADELPHIA

C L E V E - I RICHMOND A T L A N T A C H I C A G O
LAND

T
[ S*
LOUIS

SAN
FRANCISCO

1

781
63
26 1
142
72
243

167
23
59
19
20
46
236

2
4
8

38
16
3
12
4
3

14

157

624

416

27

91

203

7
20

45
46

75
110

395
45
160
190

187
173
12
2

42
35

214
98
49
67

506
325

2
5

81
57
13
11

405

21

23

28

243

184

176

1,058

104

46

144

234

540

36

10

316

12

8

3

15

624

229

137

43

136

63

16

21

199

542

3,048

1,358

963

8,202

715

279

624

2,135

4,403

245
31
86
19
42
67

833
218
247
139
102
127

196
49
29
18
24
76

170
19
38
52
16
45

1,927
198
851
303
202
373

125
33
25
10
30
27

53
13
11
2
8
19

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & TOBACCO
TEX. APPAR., & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
C H E M I C A L S & RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S

6,669
1,366
1,044
1,785
1,495
979

199
24
68
22
29
56

3,684
648
481
1,192
972
391

217
20
73
35
47
42

288
42
31
37
91
87

251
43
120
6
39

1,101
319
149
267
186
180

100
20
30
7
11
32

50
35
1

43

90
19
25
12
10
23

MINING (INCL. C R U D E
PETROLEUM & NAT. GAS)

5,015

23

2,287

43

247

10

66

1,094

34

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER W H O L E S A L E
RETAIL

3,528
180
1,312
2,036

217
3
67
147

1,217
78
508
631

139
5
36
98

264

253

97
164

11
62
180

134

3

2

53
79

519
13
178
328

69
2

24
43

TRANSP.T COMMUN., &
OTHER P U B . U T I L I T I E S
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER P U B L I C U T I L I T I E S

9,006
4,252
984
3,770

253
114
94
45

4,977
2,195
365
2,417

236
102
49
85

519
199
92
226

144
67
41
36

201
164
6
31

1,646
723
130
793

CONSTRUCTION

1,877

28

81

124

182

73

SERVICES

5,310

272

1,824

403

360

149

F O R . C O M L . £ IND. L O A N S

3,085

64

1,743

70

184

ALL O T H E R L O A N S

2,513

5

1,088

34

45,763

1,361

21,207

1,468

*

3,902
607
1,256
901
358
780

00

300
25
173
24
33
45




[DALLASI
1

61
4
19
3
12
23

D U R . G O O D S 1FG.-TOTAL
PR M A R Y M E T A L S
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB* METAL P R O D .
OTHER D U R A B L E G O O D S

8,760
1,283
3,055
1,632
919
It 871

TOT. TERM LOANS OUTSTAND

h™ 1

[MINNE- I[KANSAS
APPOLIS

—

21
12
167
26
10

18

415
159
51

2B

76

104

131
50