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FEDERAL
(III!

RESERVE

statistical

release
For immediate release,
November 10, 1976

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

H* 12

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $847 million
at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ending November
3, 1976.
The principal net increases were $396 million in loans for
bankers acceptances, $150 million for unclassified loans, and $105 million
in loans for retail trade.
The largest offsetting decrease was $72 million in loans for
other public utilities.

OUTSTANDING
NOV.
3,
BUSINESS OF BORROWER

1 9 7 6

CHANGE FROM MEEK ENDED
DEC. 31,
NOV.
5,
OCT. 27,
1975
1975
1976

P/*
(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)
88
61
47
21
4
3

14,065
2,074
4,639
2,274
1,666
3,412

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

13,890
3,439
3,396
2,649
2,589
1,817

+
+
+
+

7,177

-

MINING I INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM t
NATURAL GAS)
TRADE - TOTAL
C O W O O I T Y DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES

•

- 2,527
2
- 1,143
854
349
179

77
55
1
89
38
30

+
+
+

- 3,346
•
39
- 1,356
970
607
452
+

+
+
+

12

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

4 1,854
-

+ 1,186

137
4
414
38
169
142

+
+

461
377
707
286
119
36

—

14,625
1,879
6,136
6,610

*
+
+
+

171
56
10
105

• 1,282
+
377
540
•
+
365

+ 1,773
+
295
+
626
+
852

12,106
5,132
1,465
5,509

+
+

12
9
51
72

- 2,978
887
586
- 1,505

- 2,990
966
526
- 1,498

4,163

-

14

- 1,214

997

10,409

-

26

181

517

+ 1,890

213

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

4,690

+

396

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL E INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,805

-

1

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,586

+

30

- 2,002

- 2,885

94,516
20,010

+
+

697
150

- 4,147
148

— 6,485
•
132

114,526

+

847

- 4,295

- 6,353

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL COMMERCIAL C INDUSTRIAL LOANS
*

SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF OCTOBER 27, 1976.




+

411

+

224

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL L O A N S OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
3, 1 9 7 6
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED N O V .
(IN M I L L I O N S OF DOLLARS)

H.12IA)

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS
P/*

NEW
YORK

PHILA- CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
LAND
DELPHIA
P/

ST.
LOUIS

SAN P/*
FRANCISCO

MINNE- KANSAS
CITY
APPOLIS

DALLAS

1,813
169
605
352
175
512

4,884
792
1,611
926
428
1,127

816
68
249
135
147
217

1,187
361
328
153
161
184

377
75
69
33
58
142

319
43
72
56
48
100

2,934
367
1,111
455
350
651

218
42
52
14
62
48

181
17
47
9
32
76

164

50
15
44
45

360
59
136
47
55
83

D U R . G O O D S MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB. METAL P R O D .
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

14,065
2,074
4,639
2,274
3,412

792
71
309
79
106
227

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & TOBACCO
TEX. APPAR., £ LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS 6 RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE G O O D S

13,890
3,439
3,396
2,649
2,589
1,817

656
99
320
33
86
118

6,343
1,181
1,532
1,468
1,524
638

587
112
224
54
77
120

508
111
58
89
115
135

550
111
280
27
49
83

656
137
303
27
64
125

2,010
654
354
400
340
262

263
83
76
16
29
59

175
82
10
31
16
36

214
69
17
96
13
19

432
72
44
240
44
32

1,496
728
178
168
232
190

7,177

40

2,926

90

389

35

156

1,240

58

25

268

1,176

774

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

14,625
1,879
6,136
6,610

826
28
410
388

4,982
1,017
2,097
1,868

711
57
317
337

734
9
302
423

1,041
130
414
497

750
54
347
349

1,906
167
913
826

504
109
188
207

244
63
65
116

514
55
224
235

566
52
178
338

1,845
138
681
1,026

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

12,106
5,132
1,465
5,509

485
176
116
193

6,144
2,340
485
3,319

471
211
106
154

620
199
74
347

292
137
69
86

378
261
23
94

1,920
720
284
916

264
220
24
20

119
57
9
53

125
70
26
29

263
134
60
69

1,025
607
189
229

4,163

136

842

188

286

296

259

844

55

101

100

490

566

10,409

534

2,821

1,066

628

467

536

1,635

219

272

316

599

1,316

4,690

66

2,052

207

121

139

37

716

31

—

10

140

1,171

FOR. C O M L . t IND. LOANS

5,805

141

2,471

100

452

109

112

698

65

14

5

162

1,476

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,586

49

2,952

48

569

384

364

436

172

74

74

503

1,961

94,516

20,010

3,725
763

36,417
1,961

4,284
615

5,494
1,144

3,690
1,146

3,567
1,038

14,339
2,293

1,849
424

1,205
85

1,790
535

4,713
883

13,443
9,123

114,526

4,488

38,378

4,899

6,638

4,836

4,605

16,632

2,273

1,290

2,325

5,596

22,566

MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM 6 N A T . G A S )

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL C L A S S . LOANS
TOTAL U N C L A S S . LOANS
TOTAL COML. 6 IND. L O A N S

1,666

P/
PRELIMINARY. FINAL TOTAL WILL APPEAR IN THE F . R. B U L L E T I N .
SAN F R A N C I S C O DISTRICT FINAL FIGURES APPEAR IN A RELEASE OF THAT RESERVE B A N K .

*
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF OCTOBER 27, 1976.


10

For immediate release,
November 9, 1976

H.12CB)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Total commercial and industrial term loans were $44,462 million '
as of October 27, 1976. This was a decrease of $3,101 million over the
comparable data a year ago and a decrease of $310 million from the last
Wednesday in September.
The principal net changes were $134 million for foreign commercial and industrial loans, $83 million in loans for machinery, and $81
million in loans for other public utilities and services.
The total of all business term loans on October 27 represents
47 percent of business outstanding at large commercial banks in the series.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

PERCENT OF
TOTAL BUSINESS LOANS

TERM LOANS
OCT. 27,
1976

CHANGE FROM MONTH ENDED
DEC. 31,
O C T . 29,
SEP. 29,
1975
1975
1976

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

it)

249
23
83
66
9
68

- 2,217
129
928
351
443
366

- 1,757
181
703
342
292
239

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

54
59
56
57
45
49

7,513
1,191
2,592
1,315
747
1,668

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

50
42
33
75
57
50

6,897
1,425
1,125
1,931
1,486
930

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM I
NATURAL GAS)

77

5,514

+

172

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

26
12
23
33

3,793
220
1,400
2,173

+

56
11
6
39

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

69
76
64
63

8,316
3,883
910
3,523

-

CONSTRUCTION

41

1,708

+

12

-

597

-

511

SERVICES

47

4,886

-

81

-

291

-

329

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

58

3,388

-

134

+

533

+

446

ALL OTHER LOANS

32

2,447

+

28

-

619

-

864

47

44,462

TOTAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING




—
—
•
—
-

+
+

+
+
+

-

+

11
10
19
23
22
5

125
51
7
81

310

-

+
+
-

+

. •

+
—

—
—
—

•

101
176
102
100
137
10

1,584

+

996

27
58
12
19

+
+

298
48
115
135

226
49
23
17
120
97

1,295
540
251
504

3,101

-

+
+
-

•
•

—
-

_

1,176
510
210
456

2,998

H.12<C>

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM 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
L A R G E COMMERCIAL B A N K S BY INDUSTRY A N D FEDERAL RESERVE D I S T R I C T , O C T . 27, 1976
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK

PHILAC L E V E - RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
LAND
DELPHIA

ST.
LOUIS

MINNE- KANSAS
APPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SAN
FRANCISCO

O U R . GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
T R A N S P O R T A T I O N EQUIP.
OTHER F A B . METAL P R O O .
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

7,513
1,191
2,592
1,315
747
1,668

279
18
134
33
39
55

3,051
496
1,009
649
225
672

250
37
66
33
36
78

773
225
215
123
97
113

180
46
25
11
21
77

120
15
30
30
13
32

1,765
196
727
302
168
372

125
36
22
9
33
25

54
13
12
2
7
20

57
5
15
4
16
17

183
26
73
26
21
37

676
78
264
93
71
170

N O N D U R . GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, 6 TOBACCO
T E X . APPARe, & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS & RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE G O O D S

6,897
1,425
1,125
1,931
1,486
930

220
30
76
23
35
56

3,573
576
476
1,198
937
386

211
32
67
38
47
27

318
49
31
67
79
92

283
48
141
8
27
59

112
29
29
14
16
24

1,178
345
188
294
193
158

117
24
35
11
16
31

52
33
1
9
4
5

65
22
6
29

214
30
23

554
207
52

5

22
12

107
75

MINING CINCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM € NAT. G A S )

5,514

13

2,508

47

291

17

71

1,146

39

16

170

777

419

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

3,793
220
1,400
2,173

219
3
73
143

1,279
81
481
717

173
1
56
116

262
3
104
155

310
17
80
213

149
3
57
89

594
46
236
312

75
2
29
44

34
12
22

113
3
57
53

186
14
53
119

399
47
162
190

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

8,316
3,683
910
3,523

281

4,371

472

134

66

148

182

94
44

287
2,134

249
96
71
82

64
233

31
37

10
24

1,602
637
158
807

180
170
8
2

45
36
3
6

80
51
12
17

210
100
44
66

128
71

CONSTRUCTION

1,708

29

398

74

95

91

76

426

18

42

38

217

204

SERVICES

4,886

267

1,659

373

409

180

200

872

95

37

142

213

439

FOR. COML. & IND. LOANS

3,388

64

1,891

64

183

36

11

275

11

12

3

32

806

ALL OTHER LOANS

2,447

3

931

18

254

127

56

221

62

13

26

203

533

44,462

1,375

19,661

1,459

3,057

1,358

977

8,079

722

305

694

2,235

4,540

T O T . TERM LOANS O U T S T A N D




143

1,950

175

—

3

127

113

510

311