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FEDERAL

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RESERVE

s t a t i s t i c a l

r e l e a s e
For immediate release
Hay 14, 1975

C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS O U T S T A N D I N G BY INDUSTRY

H.12

Commercial and industrial loans decreased at a net of $139 million at
weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended May 7, 1975.
The principal net decreases were $141 million in all other loans, $59
million in loans to commodity dealers, and $48 million in loans to transportation.
The largest offsetting increase was $58 million in loans to manufacturers
of machinery.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

pOflM UFFK cwncn
MAY
a,
JUNE 26,
1974
1974
1
L
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

OUTSTANDING
MAY
7,
1975 £ / *

DURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
PRIMARY M E T A L S
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER F A B R I C A T E D M E T A L PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

21,179
2,123
8,171
3,599
2, 868
4,416

N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, AND T O B A C C O
T E X T I L E S , A P P A R E L , A N D LEATHER
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G
CHEMICALS AND R U B B E R
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S

14,861
3,606
3,337
2,411
3,310
2,197

MINING (INCLUDING C R U D E PETROLEUM &
NATURAL GAS)

•

+
+

-

—

+
V -

4, 820

T R A D E - TOTAL
C O M M O D I T Y DEALERS
OTHER W H O L E S A L E
RETAIL

13,675
1,272
5 , 868
6,535

T R A N S P O R T A T I O N , C O M M U N I C A T I O N , AND
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER P U B L I C U T I L I T I E S

15,973
6,161
2,332
7,460

CONSTRUCTION

A P R , 30,
1975

5,611

8
38
56
41
17
30
47
48
32
17
7
7

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+

•
•
•

_
-

. ' —

+

25
59
34

26
48
26
4

•

>

**

-

5
679
608
ltZ24
240
182

—

'

>73
1,145
495
273
377

—
,

762
245
3
446
98
30

—

+

342
267
296
500
63
192

•
-

+
'

•

22
294
779
; • 1,128
; 197
274

:
:

-

4

• •

-

•

647

1,210
288
358
564

•

1,352
178
22
1,196

' •

572
109
101
564

•

•
-r

.

•

-

7

' +

184

-

196

11,012

+

1

-

512

-

614

BANKERS A C C E P T A N C E S

2,191

+

102

•

720

•

485

FOREIGN C O M M E R C I A L & INDUSTRIAL LOANS

4,319

-

20

161

-

369

ALL OTHER LOANS

9,899

-

141

748

•

627

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

103,540
21,66 6

•

TOTAL C O M M E R C I A L

125,2 06

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6 I N D U S T R I A L LOANS

P/
 P R E L I M I N A R Y .
* SAN
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF APRIL 30, 1975.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

190
51
139

•

•
•

•

2,616
1, 466

+
262
+ 1 »65 2

4,082

: + 1,9 14

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H.12(A)

COMMERCIAL A N D INDUSTRIAL LOANS O U T S T A N D I N G AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY R E P O R T I N G
LARGE COMMERCIAL B A N K S B Y INDUSTRY A N D FEDERAL R E S E R V E DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED
MAY
7 , 1975
IIN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

BUSINESS OF

BORROWER

ALL
BOSTON
DISTRICTS

D U R . GOODS M F G . - T O T A L
PRIMARY M E T A L S
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER F A B . METAL P R O D .
OTHER DURABLE G O O D S

21,179
2,123
8,171
3,599

N O N D U R . GOODS M F G . — T O T A L
FOOD, LIQUOR, 6 TOBACCO
T E X . A P P A R . , E LEATHER
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G
CHEMICALS 6 RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S

14*861
3,606
3,337
2,411
3,310
2,197

135
310
64
121
188

4,820
13,675
1,272
5,868
6,535

NEW
YORK

P H I L A - CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
DELPHIA
LAND

ST.
LOUIS

MINNE—
KANSAS
APPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SANE*
FRANCISCO

958
50
420
115
121
252

8,089
969
3.387
1,494
851
1.388

892
65
273
132
165
257

1,932
297
673
336
303
323

475
64
132
46
73
160

462
38
83
110
83
148

4,644
392
1,889
676
778
909

342
58
96
23
70
95

239
14
78
9
54
84

214
4
54
27
72
57

481
37
159
49
96
140

2,451
135
927
582
202
605

818

7,112
1,477
1,539
1,992
823

638
115
217
55
79
172

544
96
65
71
179
133

547
85
306
10
64
82

439
89
197
31
51
71

2,55 5
851
366
504
498
336

265
79
78
18
41
49

183
70
28
25
4
56

197
61
11
67
33
25

393
46
37
225
34
51

1,170
502
183
60
214
211

29

2,219

70

225

15

99

728

24

20

191

674

526

870

4,656
664
2,192

1,800

688
37
242
409

739
5
275
459

832
66
355
411

654
25
309
320

1,786
58
827
901

453
74
151
228

233
39
69
125

430
42
158
230

469
44
216
209

1,865
150
750
965

2,332
7,480

573
238
140
195

8,757
2,835
891
5,031

593
231
135
227

900
233
158
409

402
179
153
70

426
268
42
116

2,359
992
397
970

281
207
39
35

107
67
17
23

146
80
32
34

344
155
67
122

1,185
676
261
248

5,611

123

1,393

213

388

529

378

960

127

141

100

540

719

11,012

629

3,387

1,134

559

442

542

1,303

317

246

279

653

1,521

2,191

30

1,005

100

40

87

19

274

9

10

58

559

F O R . C O M L . C I N D . LOANS

4,319

159

2,075

95

261

83

61

580

94

13

8

177

713

ALL OTHER LOANS

9,899

124

3,407

39

666

470

283

1,331

206

83

67

434

2,789

TOTAL C L A S S . LOANS
TOTAL U N C L A S S . LOANS

103,540
21,666

4,313
711

42,100
2*235

4,462
597

6,154
1,172

3,882
1,111

3,363
994

16,520
2,401

2,118
379

1,265
60

1,642
507

4 , 2 2 3 • 13,498
879
10,62 o

TOTAL C O M L . 6 I N D . L O A N S

125,2 06

5,024

44,335

5,059

7,326

4,993

4,357

18,921

2,497

1,325

2,149

5,102

MINING (INCL. C R U D E
PETROLEUM 6 N A T . G A S )
TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY D E A L E R S
OTHER W H O L E S A L E
RETAIL
TRANSP., COMMUN., C
OTHER PUB. U T I L I T I E S
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

P/
*

ACCEPTANCES

2,868

4,416

68

324
478

15,973

6,161

1,281

P R E L I M I N A R Y . FINAL TOTAL WILL APPEAR IN T H E F . R, B U L L E T I N ,
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT FINAL F I G U R E S APPEAR IN A RELEASE OF THAT RESERVE B A N K .
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF APRIL 30, 1975.




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24,118

8.12(B)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Total Commercial and Industrial term loans were $48,583 million as of
April 30, 1975. This was an increase of $5,079 million over the comparable data
a year ago and an increase of $465 million from the last Wednesday in March.
The principal net changes were $231 million in loans to manufacturers of
machinery, $134 million in loans for petroleum refining and $128 million in all
other loans.

The total of all business term loans on April 30 represents 47 percent
of business outstanding at large commercial banks in the series.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

PERCENT OF
TOTAL BUSINESS LOANS
it)

CHANGE FROM MONT W ENDED
APR. 24,
JUNE 26,
MAR. 26,
1974
1974
1975

TERM LOANS
APR. 30,
1975
»

UN

MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)
•

230
39
231
33
32
41
41
10
67
134
32
4

•
•

1 ,891
220
+
1 ,004
•
285
+
327
+
55

• 2,196
•
242
• 1,145
•
272

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

51
63
53
47
44
50

10,820
1,323
4,302
1,705
1,280
2,210

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

48
43
33
67
55
51

7,219
1,571
1,091
1,617
1,814
1,126

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM G
NATURAL G A S )

75

3,636

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

20
11
25
34

3,821
142
1,487
2,192

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

60
72
50
54

9,657
4,492
1,148
4,017

CONSTRUCTION

40

2,272

•

75

+

333

+

111

SERVICES

49

5,352

-

78

+

101

+

51

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL LOANS

60

2,596

+

68

+

227

+

48

ALL OTHER LOANS

32

3,210

•

128

+

290

+

208

47

48,583

•

465

+

5,079

+

4 ,011

TOTAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING




+

+
•
—

•
•
—

•
—

•

—

+

—
+

•

+

•

-

•
•

99
62
8
37
91

36
32
13
17

•

•

-

•

+

+

347
190

751
42
55
683
120
39

630
4
36
654
73
65

•
+

—

•
•

356

+

510

202
2
154
354

• '
•

155
1
83
239

1,027
69
+
133
•
825

+

+

+

+
+
+

'

717
58
81
578

H.12(C)
(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)
BUSINESS OF BORROWER
OUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB. METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS
NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, £ TOBACCO
T E X . APPAR., £ LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS £ RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK

10,820

RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO

ST
LOUIS

DALLAS I
SAN
FRANCISCO

MINNE- KANSAS
CITY
APPOLIS

4,867

4,302

PHILA- CLEVE
LAND
DELPHIA

2,027

1,280
2,210
7,219
1,091
1,617
1,814

1,498

3,932

1,253

MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM £ N A T . G A S )

28

1,898

41

183

11

44

678

21

16

83

400

233

3,636
3,821
142
1,487
2,192

252
5
89
158

1,309
75
519
715

162
4
37
121

293
2
109
182

226
11
54
161

158
63
92

68 5
%
297
38 5

80
4
24
52

38

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

9
29

66
1
26
39

179
5
86
88

373
29
174
170

TRANSP., COMMUN., £
OTHER PUB. UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

9,657
4,492
1,148
4,017

315
200
76
39

5,508
2,270
512
2,726

192
05
30
77

519
177
81
261

144
83
41
20

195
150
9
36

1,765
813
231
721

180
169
9
2

46
38
4
4

80
62
14
4

226
124
40
62

487
321
101
65

16

674

70

150

242

110

491

26

23

240

213

2,272

17

CONSTRUCTION

384

2,077

426

379

176

159

699

45

103

276

519

5,352

109

SERVICES

72

1,608

64

166

30

6

225

14

12

17

379

2,596

3

FOR. COML. £ IND. LOANS

2

1,502

15

232

169

42

590

55

10

147

429

3,210

17

ALL OTHER LOANS

48,583

I 1,687

23,375

1,438

3,418

1,477

963

9,058

734

304

457

1,917

3,755

T O T . TERM LOANS OUTSTAND




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