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COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL

For immediate release
May 17, 1972
LCANS OUTSTANDING BY

INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans decreased a net of $130 million at weekly reporting
large commercial banks during the week ended May 10.
The principal net decreases were $77 million in loans to other public utilities,
$55 million in loans to manufacturers of machinery, and $55 million in loans to manufacturers
of other nondurable goods.
The largest offsetting net increase
apparel, and leather.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

was $52 million in manufacturers of textiles,

OUTSTANDING
MAY 10, D /
1972 /

CHANGE FROM WEEK ENDED
MAY
3,
MAY 12,
DEC, 29,
1971
1972
1971

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

13,466
2,137
4,300
2,548
1,719
2,762

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

10,330
2,655
2,752
1,079
2,153
1,691

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM &
NATURAL GAS#
TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

+
+

-

+
+
+

3,647

10,328
1,450
4,417
4,461

45
3
55
9
7
3
9
20
52
4
10
55

1,635
158
1,084
84
305
4

-

+
+
-

449
312
239
110
716
174

+
+

204
128

80

114
3
267

-

+
-

106
238
459
95
101
131

1
+
+
+
-

142

11
4
9
2

+ 1,001
+
291
+
513
+
197

339
372
29
740

+

«
•

333

+

225

+

441

160
+
-

+

93
227
16
336

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

9,725
5,609
1,395
2,721

116

CONSTRUCTION

4,081

22

SERVICES

8,322

+

944

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

1,679

+

191

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

3,296

+

668

•

120

ALL OTHER LOANS

6,170

+ 1,170

+

398

141
11

+ 2,420
+ 1,220

+
+

639
852

130

+ 3,640

+ 1,491

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS

71,044
14,314

TOTAL COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

85,358

P/
PRELIMINARY.

* SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF MAY 3.


18
21
77

+

+

39
37
81
5

615

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BUSINESS

C O M M E R C I A L A N D I N D U S T R I A L L O A N S O U T S T A N D I N G AT A S A M P L E O F W E E K L Y R E P O R T I N G
LARGE C O M M E R C I A L B A N K S BY I N D U S T R Y A N D F E D E R A L R E S E R V E D I S T R I C T , W E E K E N D E D
M A Y 10,
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
OF

BORROWER

ALL
DISTRICTS

BOSTON

NEW
YORK

PHILADELPHIA

CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
LAND

ST.
LOUIS

1972

MINNEKANSAS
APPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SAN £/
FRANCISCO*

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

13,466
2,137
4,300
2,548
1,719
2,762

582
38
259
46
86
153

5,381
1,008
1,747
1,257
400
969

573
88
126
84
131
144

1,144
265
308
211
199
161

294
28
78
32
65
91

293
32
68
62
68
63

2,507
345
907
377
428
450

199
50
50
15
31
53

184
17
64
11
35
57

138
4
30
13
43
48

300
40
97
20
56
87

1,871
222
566
420
177
486

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & TOBACCO
TEX. APPAR., & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS 6 RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E GOODS

10,330
2,655
2,752
1,079
2,153
1,691

616
80
339
24
66
107

4,825
1*046
1,289
553
1,236
701

511
68
188
36
116
103

345
59
52
31
122
81

446
85
255
8
50
48

379
90
158
16
50
65

1,445
479
222
179
274
291

223
64
68
8
25
58

154
79
18
11
13
33

127
50
12
19
28
18

255
63
42
56
45
49

1,004
492
109
138
128
137

3,647

31

1,950

72

197

10

52

449

16

13

130

46 5

262

10,328
1,450
4,417
4,461

664
31
291
342

3,450
695
1*531
1,224

581
83
221
277

550
14
257
279

614
72
268
274

553
32
272
249

1,215
144
517
554

332
72
116
144

247
70
81
96

345
29
125
191

35 7
47
155
155

1,420
161
5 83
676

TRANSP.t COMMUN., €
OTHER P U B . UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

9,725
5,609
1,395
2,721

476
182
52
242

4,736
2,704
601
1,431

335
165
63
107

465
256
79
130

361
160
101
100

305
209
31
65

1,187
704
117
366

237
165
41
31

Bl
54
9
18

132
69
37
26

281
139
78
64

1,129
802
186
141

CONSTRUCTION

4,081

93

1.061

261

262

364

187

377

151

109

120

48 5

SERVICES

8,322

525

2,380

839

413

292

406

815

236

196

236

379

1*605

.

1,679

46

679

149

97

13

16

143

10

13

114

399

C

FOR. COML. 6 I NO. LOANS

3,296

87

2,051

72

99

34

38

516

18

4

82

295

ALL C T H E R

6,170

144

2,117

22

554

424

177

797

87

68

62

218

1,500

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

71,044
14,314

3,264
523

28,630
1,202

3,415
313

4,126
880

2,852
793

2,406
819

9,451
1,853

1,509
322

1,056
54

1,303
403

2,936
63 5

10,096
6,517

TOTAL C O M L .

85,358

3,787

29,832

3,728

5,006

3,645

3,225

11,304

1,831

1,110

1,706

3,571

16,613

MINING IINCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM & NAT. GAS)
TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

LOANS

6 IND. L O A N S

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