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F E D E R A -L
statistical

RESERVE

release

H. 12

For immediate release
November 13, 1968
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $411 million at
weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended November 6.
The principal net increases were $119 million in loans to retail trade,
$69 million to "other" public utilities, $64 million to manufacturers of food,
liquor, and tobacco products, $118 million to "all other" types of business concerns,
and $109 million to unclassified borrowers.
The largest offsetting net decrease was $71 million in loans to
petroleum refiners.

Business of Borrower

Change From Week Ended
Outstanding
June 26,
Oct. 30, Nov. 8,
Nov. 6, *
1968
1968 £/
1969
W 7
(In millions of dollars)

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

12,265
2,027
4,352
1,876
1,833
2,177

-108
- 22
- 10
- 34
- 16
- 26

+1:
,183
+ 822
+ 123
60
+ 129
+ 169

-230
+ 80
-224
+ 20
- 73
- 33

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

10,397
2,566
2,302
1,472
2,277
1,780

'
+
+
+
+

52
64
30
71
3
32

+

484
+ 188
+ 311
56
62
+ 103

+ 86
+329
+ 26
- 14
-235
- 20

690

-308

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

4,434

- 43

+

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8,473
1,207
3,327
3,939

+156
+ 49
- 12
+119

+

554
169
+ 297
+ 426

+478
+ 99
+170
+209

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

8,588
4,902
1,070
2,616

+102
- 25
+ 58
+ 69

+1 ,173
+ 758
+ 103
+ 312

+311
- 65
- 31
+407

Construction

2,891

+ 22

+

366

+117

Services

5,740

+ 32

+

915

+197

725

- 27

-

344

— 86

-

134

- 49

Bankers' acceptances

2

-

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

2,542

-

All other loans

7.320

+118

+ 894

+ 78

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

63,375
6,722

+302
+109

+5 ,781
+ 789

+594
+323

Total commercial & industrial loans

70,097

4411

+6 ,570

+917

P/ Preliminary.
* San Francisco District classified loans are as of October 30.



H.12(a)

COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED NOVEMBER 6, 1968
(in millions of dollars)
All Dis- Boston New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago St.
Minne- Kansas Dallas
Business of Borrower
San
.
tricts
York delphia land mond
Louis apolis
City
FranciscoE' *
Durable goods manufacturing - total
12,265
234
126
5,253
522 1,179
182
2,296
109
527
104
274
1,459
Primary metals
306
11
2,027
56
16
326
34
1,095
52
2
32
5
92
Machinery
4,352
34
225
2,014
168
378
64
860
26
34
463
21
65
Transportation equipment
1,876
82
30
141
22
48
270
795
. 14
46
7
7
414
Other fabricated metal products
1,833
213
506
20
76
504
146
41
54
22
33
149
69
Other durable goods
334
2,177
88
108
141
69
845
39
44
31
75
62
341
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
10,397
462 4,851
605
334
442
349
1,534
238
178
233
1,052
119
Food, liquor, and tobacco
2,566
110
104
43
102
540
50
97
839
81
468
77
55
Textiles, apparel, and leather
2,302
166
123
13
200
199
49
14
1,224
138
68
26
82
Petroleum refining
18
1,472
126
50
18
25
698
6
197
236
17
7
74
Chemicals and rubber
76
1,366
43
2,277
289
19
27
14
105
78
175
47
38
Other nondurable goods
309
1,780
105
132
53
49
45
50
40
161
724
17
95
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)
Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

4,434
8,473
1,207
3,327
3,939

40
696
80
284
332

2,714
2,809
539
1,042
1,228

80
440
44
159
237

147
388
9
198
181

7
448
77
168
203

51
487
35
217
235

585
1,119
93
526
500

35
225
55
69
101

6
190
61
40
89

133
317
38
99
180

482
282
45
104
133

154
1,072
131
421
520

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

8,588
4,902
1,070
2,616

314
121
25
168

4,428
2,451
588
1,389

262
140
39
83

434
218
48
168

293
167
57
69

268
179
19
70

1,149
618
135
396

175
124
17
34

142
75
14
53

128
64
27
37

215
129
20
66

780
616
81
83

Construction

2,891

92

674

188

212

207

245

73

381

449

5,740

498

1,798

428

318

173

285

159

51
130

128

Services

191
541

137

278

995

725

20

292

50

45

18

4

72

1

1

23

199

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,542

33

51

55

7

15

252

1

12

26

307

All other loans

7,320

101

1,783
1,232

5

257

186

98

347

87

1

94

4,876

1,870 2,021
531
522

8,086
1,130

1,120
230

819
74

1,103 2,288
273
513

11,343
1,271

Bankers' acceptances

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

63,375
6,722

2,783 25,834
364
991

Total commercial and industrial loans
70,097 3,147 26,825
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.
Classified loans are as of October 30.



2,468 3,640
625
198

36

1,350
893
1,376 2,801
12,614
9,216
2,392 2,552
2,666 4,265
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.

For immediate release
November 13, 1968

r
H. 12b

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Total business term loans were $28,320 million, as of October, This
was an increase of $3,654 million over the comparable date a year ago and a
decrease of $452 million from the last Wednesday in September.
The principal changes decreasing term loans during the month of October
were $134 million in loans to the mining industry, which includes producers of
petroleum and natural gas, $126 million to manufacturers of machinery, and $94
million to manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco products.
The total of all business term loans on October 30, represented
approximately 45 per cent of the total of business loans outstanding at large
commercial banks reporting in the series.

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

Percent of Term Loans Change From Month Ended
Dec. 27;
Total Busi- Oct. 30, Sept. 25, Oct. 25,
1967
1968 | 1967
1968
ness' Loans
(In millions of dollars)
(%)
+1,062 + 822
-258
6,277
51
+ 707 + 543
- 49
1,417
69
+ 200 + 211
-126
2,212
51
21
+
53 +
- 22
909
48
73
+
76 +
- 53
748
40
26
+
26 - 8
991
45
+

69
3
+ 136
89
+
12
13
+

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

50
30
26
79
67
61

5,150
755
601
1,167
1,544
1,083

-140
- 94
+ 13
- 61
+ 6
- 4

+
+
+
+

227
37
151
11
2
52

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

86

3,829

-134

+

672 +

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

23
10
19
30

1,874
114
616
1,144

+ 63
+ 2
+ 31
+ 30

+
+
+
+

199
15
90
94

+ 108
+
7
+ 40
+
61

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

61
75
44
42

5,206
3,680
449
1,077

- 10
+ 7
- 23
+ 6

+
+
+
+

978
544
16
418

+ 705
+ 337
+
6
+ 362

Construction

27

782

- 12

+

116 +

100

Services

42

2,386

+ 25

+

398 +

265

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

74

1,876

-

149

151

All other loans

13

940

+ 19

+

45

28,320

-452

+3,654 +2,243

Total term loans outstanding




5" -

-

-

151 +

258

67

CCMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, OCTOBER 30, 1968

H. 12(c)

New
York

Hil la- Clevede lphia land
684
165
216
14
200
44
92
12
96
61
80
34

All Districts

Boston

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

6,277
1,417
2,212
909
748
991

245
23
121
58
17
26

3,106
846
1,110
444
276
430

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

5,150
755
601
1,167
1,544
1,083

186
25
51
17
41
52

2,716
299
328
593
1,020
476

181
21
27
36
39
58

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

3,829

33

2,495

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

1,874
114
616
1,144

168
1
51
116

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

5,206
3,680
449
1,077

Business of Borrower

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis
62
21
17
2
9
13

Minneapolis

465
34
151
115
20
145

62
24
9
10
8
11

34
8
2
10
7
7

92
8
3
42
18
21

378
75
4
175
40
84

28

5

82

335

102

31
0
14
17

28
5
9
14

46
2
15
29

33
4
10
19

172
10
62
100

704
493
32
179

130
116
6
8

67
52
6
9

49
41
5
3

143
92
14
37

316
247
49
20

60

53

11

4

17

105

130

117

241

55

24

48

73

281

11

191

12

38

75

329

916

2,110

1,258
237
503
144
210
164

347
29
10
102
129
77

107
13
64
4
13
13

94
45
12
7
12
18

877
195
77
164
197
244

76
13
14
7
20
22

50

128

5

34

532

747
60
199
488

97
9
24
64

103
2
41
60

58
6
24
28

114
3
48
63

277
12
119
146

123
74
12
37

3,102
2,132
265
705

101
66
20
15

207
151
27
29

142
100
12
30

122
116
1
5

782

20

232

39

84

27

Services

2,386

186

935

220

156

50

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

1,876

19

1,395

29

44

1

940

2

614

11

41

22

19

77

28

1

28,320

982

15,342

893

1,794

486

616

4,200

421

231

Total term loans outstanding




San
.
FranciscoJ

86
12
20
11
18
25

56
4
18
8
8
18

All other loans

Dallas

41
1
5
8
9
18

35
1
10
3
9
12

74
8
13
12
15
26

Construction

Kansas
City

- -

.

.

5

181