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FEDERAL

RESERVE

statistical

release
For Immediate release
November 15, 1972

H. 12

C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL L O A N S OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and Industrial loans Increased a net $316 million at
weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended November 8.
The principal net Increases were, $101 million in loans to retail
trade, $79 million in loans to manufactures of food, liquor and tobacco, and
$52 million In foreign commercial and industrial loans.
The largest offsetting net decrease was $34 million in loans for
other public utilities.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

OUTSTANDING
CHANGE FROM WEEK ENDED
NOV.
8, p/ NOV#
1,
N O V . 10#
JUNE 28#
1972
*
1972
1971 1/
1972 1/
• .
.
.„
M
, M
1
_JL
(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

DURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

12#948
2#028
4# 170
2,123
1,760
2,867

NONDURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G • TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR# AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS AND RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

10,450
3,076
2,917
891
1,828
1,738

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM &
NATURAL GAS)

3,643

TRADE ~ TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

11,464
1,556
4*623
5*285

TRANSPORTATION, C O M M U N I C A T I O N , AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES • TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

10 #454
5*401
1*715
3*338

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•
•

•

•

•
•
•
•

•
•

•

•
•

•

•

-

52
10
45
9
10
16
80
79
5
2
4
12

9
133
33
1
101

•

•

•
•

1*084
166
489
532
53
156
55
404
441
205
597
9#

•
•

•

m

78

-

1#110
117
•
281
•
712

•

8*821

•

5

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

1*316

~

3#620

•

52

ALL OTHER L O A N S

5,660

•

39

•

317

661
218
314
565

•
•

28

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL I INDUSTRIAL LOANS

TOTAL CLASSIFIED L O A N S
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS

72#992
15*385

-

TOTAL COMMERCIAL I INDUSTRIAL LOANS

88*377

•

P/
1/

I

316

765

•

•
m
•

•

•
•

•

•

•

256
65
45
236
49
41
199
451
62
98
300
84

39
1 #275
378
131
766

674
245
280
639

•

318

•

217

419

-

125

•

739

•

223

•

144

-

36

•

2#967
2.380

•

•

5# 347

•

•

1 # 184

PRELIMINARY.
LOAN RECLASSIFICATION AT A LARGE BANK ON JUNE 28, 1972, AFFECTS CHANGES IN SOME LOAN ITEMS.
DATED JULY 5, 1972, FOR MORE COMPLETE INFORMATION.
*
Digitized forSAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 1, 1972.
FRASER



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•

•

SERVICES

•
•

' •

12

-

•

•

•
-

4*616

•

•

13
38
17
34

CONSTRUCTION

•

•

2#528
696
3,224

SEE H.12 RELEASE

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
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 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 N O V .
8,
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

H. 12(a)
B U S I N E S S OF

BORROWER

1972

•

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK

PHILA*
DELPHIA

CLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
LAND

ST.
LOUIS

KANSAS
MINNEAPPOLIS
CITY

DALLAS

SAN
p/*
FRANCISCO

OUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER F A B . METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

12,9*8
2,028
4,170
2,123
1,760
2,867

633
41
276
50
89
177

5t010
931
1*700
1,007
379
993

617
91
136
81
150
159

1,157
273
333
152
218
181

305
33
64
34
65
109

298
29
67
57
72
73

2,426
329
884
313
442
458

187
47
35
14
28
63

172
17
48
11
30
66

124
4
25
11
41
43

305
47
95
19
64
80

1,714
186
507
374
182
465

NONOUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, L I Q U O R , t TOBACCO
TEX. APPAR., t LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS & RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

10,450
3,076
2,917
891
1,828
1,738

632
106
323
17
76
110

4,767
1,274
1 ,415
389
1,047
642

559
104
211
38
88
118

396
71
65
31
94
135

447
85
244
12
44
62

379
96
146
27
46
64

1,516
551
265
196
204
300

226
80
68
9
19
50

164
79
19
15
11
40

134
66
13
15
14
26

248
72
26
55
43
52

982
492
122
87
142
139

3,643

38

1,820

81

207

15

66

498

13

21

132

476

276

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

11,464
1,556
4,623
5,285

756
35
289
432

3,836
742
1,598
1,496

608
53
229
326

626
14
276
336

691
96
239
356

590
37
288
265

1,379
143
575
661

411
121
128
162

252
74
69
109

383
39
136
208

428
72
173
183

1,504
130
623
751

TRANSP., COMMON,, I
OTHER PUB. UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

10,454
5,401
1,715
3,338

478
179
64
235

5,046
2,539
702
1,805

304
162
43
99

569
247
103
219

324
159
103
62

319
216
34
69

1,421
699
207
515

237
166
29
42

107
55
11
41

133
70
36
27

259
125
63
71

1,257
784
320
153

CONSTRUCTION

4,616

121

1,097

297

317

433

223

507

174

119

112

510

706

SERVICES

8,821

529

2,427

892

450

347

439

1,033

294

222

242

426

1,520

1,316

47

449

91

129

25

11

197

8

—

7

52

300

3,620

82

2,219

87

101

72

41

518

22

11

1

119

347

5,660

124

2,168

20

428

300

198

522

91

93

85

214

1,417

72,992
15,385

3,440
561

28,839
1,199

3,556
306

4,380
935

2,959
848

2,564
849

10,017
1,857

1,663
341

1,161
68

1,353
430

3,037
673

10,023
7,318

30,038

3,862

5,315

3,807

3,413

11,874

2,004

1,229

1,783

3,710

17,341

MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM I NAT. GAS)

BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

FOR. COML. L
ALL OTHER

INO. LOANS

LOANS

TOTAL CLASS. LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASS, LOANS
TOTAL

COML. &

IND. LOANS

P/

4,001

88,377
>

t

,

P R E L I M I N A R Y . F I N A L T O T A L W I L L A P P E A R IN THE F . R . B U L L E T I N .
S A N F R A N C I S C O D I S T R I C T F I N A L F I G U R E S A P P E A R IN A R E L E A S E OF T H A T R E S E R V E B A N K .
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 1, 1972.

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