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F E D E R A L
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For immediate release November 17, 1976
C O M M E R C I A L A N D INDUSTRIAL L O A N S OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans decreased a net of $73
million at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the
week ending November 10, 1976.
The principal net decreases were $157 million in loans
for petroleum refining, $132 million in loans for commodity dealers
and $55 million in loans for mining.
The largest offsetting increase was $148 million in
loans for bankers acceptances.

OUTSTANDING
NOV. 10,
BUSINESS OF BORROWER

1 9 7 6

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C H A N G E FROM W E E K ENDED
NOV. 3,
N O V . 12,
D E C . 31,
1976
1975
1975

(IN MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )
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 G O O D S

14,116
2,101
4,651
2,242
1,682
3,440

NONDURABLE GOODS M A N U F A C T U R I N G - TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, AND TOBACCO
TEXTILES, A P P A R E L , A N D LEATHER
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G
CHEMICALS A N D RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E GOODS

13,739
3,407
3,388
2,494
2,542
1,908

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

7,167

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

14,480
1,747
6,178
6,555

TRANSPORTATION, C O M M U N I C A T I O N , A N D
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

12,123
5,168
1,450
5,505

68
26
18
29
13
40

•

+
+
—

+
+

•

165
25
16
157
54
87

—

55

—
—
—

.
' —

•
—

+
+

•

148
132
26
42

-

4
—
—
—

-

—

+
-

—

3,283
56
1,305
1,050
568
416
110
133
483
179
239
42

-

•
—

-

2,476
25
1,131
886
333
151

•

310
409
699
131
166
55

-

+
•
•

•

• 1,897

+ 1,176

+
+

985
189
548
248

• 1,628
•
163
+
668
•
797

-

2,830
831
537
1,462

-

2*973
930
541
1,502

•
'+

•

13
28
20
5

-

16

-

1,206

-

1,019

10,424

+

44

-

158

-

502

BANKBTS ACCEPTANCES

4,937

+

148

+ 1,896

+

34

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,716

-

27

•

+

135

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,700

+

52

- 1,842

- 2»771

114,54*

-

73

-4,512

- 6,333

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES

TOTAL COMMERCIAL C INDUSTRIAL L O A N S

4,141

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_

297

SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 1976.

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PRELIMINARY,

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M A R C H 2 4 , 1976, RE-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS IN C H I C A G O C I T Y R E S U L T E D IN THE
I??. 7 A J
REVISIONS;
ALL OTHER L O A N S , -$859 MILLION; TOTAL C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S ,
"FLLION.
AN ADDITIONAL RE-CLASSIFICATION IN SAN FRANCISCO D I S T R I C T EFFECTIVE
***CH 3 1 , 1976, C H A N G E D TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS A N D TOTAL C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL
LOANS - $ 4 9 3 M I L L I O N . THESE RE-CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NOT R E F L E C T E D FOR EARLIER D A T E S .




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COMMERCIAL A N D INDUSTRIAL L O A N S OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF W E E K L Y REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL B A N K S BY INDUSTRY A N D FEDERAL 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 . 10, 1976
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

BUSINESS OF B O R R O W E R

ALL
DIS^CTS

BOSTON

NEW
YORK

P H I L A - C L E V E - R I C H M O N D ATLANTA C H I C A G O
DELPHIA
LAND
u
£/

ST.
LOUIS

KANSAS
MINNE—
CITY
APPOLIS

DALLAS

SAN £/*
FRANCISCO

DUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER F A B . METAL P R O D .
OTHER D U R A B L E G O O D S

14,116
2,101
4,651
2,242
1,682
3,440

782
71
306
77
106
222

4,901
805
1,629
905
430
1,132

817
69
243
135
146
224

1,188
360
324
148
169
187

381
75
69
32
59
146

319
45
71
56
49
98

2,963
372
1,130
452
352
657

228
47
52
16
61
52

184
17
48
9
32
78

162
10
48
15
44
45

394
61
133
48
56
96

1,797
169
598
349
178
503

NONDUt . G O O D S FlFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, L I Q U O R , £ T O B A C C O
TEX. APPAR.t & LEATHER
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G
C H E M I C A L S C RUBBER
OTHER N O N D U R A B L E G O O D S

13,739
3,407
3,388
2,494
2,542
1,908

649
98
326
24
86
115

6,271
1,163
1,514
1,383
1,473
738

580
119
225
54
76
106

493
112
59
73
115
134

547
110
280
27
48
82

668
135
300
29
65
139

• 1,961
648
352
369
338
254

257
75
77
16
29
60

170
82
11
26
16
35

214
67
17
95
14
21

424
77
43
228
44
32

1,505
721
184
170
238
192

7,167

35

2,911

86

364

38

157

1,241

56

25

268

1,167

819

TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER W H O L E S A L E
RETAIL

14,480
1,747
6,178
6,555

853
29
423
401

4,874
888
2,125
1,861

679
47
317
315

716
8
304
404

1,018
126
414
478

744
53
348
343

1,867
167
899
801

522
118
187
217

255
60
66
129

516
57
224
235

577
56
175
346

1,859
138
696
1,025

TRANSP., COMMUN., €
OTHER P U B . U T I L I T I E S
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

12,123
5,168
1,450
5,505

470
179
116
175

6,138
2,330
467
3,341

502
232
116
154

617
200
73
344

294
137
70
87

371
267
23
81

1,928
726
273
929

268
224
24
20

115
56
9
50

124
70
25
29

261
134
60
67

1,035
613
194
228

4,141

140

846

182

286

298

252

832

56

102

96

487

564

10,424

541

2,825

1,051

629

475

541

1,645

217

286

322

605

1,287

4,937

56

2,192

220

110

140

28

745

29

— —

9

138

1,270

FOR. C O M L . 6 IND. LOANS

5,716

140

2,455

98

457

92

117

699

63

14

5

164

1,412

ALL OTHER L O A N S

7,700

53

2,963

43

582

399

365

429

186

76

71

508

2,025

94,543
20,003

3,719
767

36,376
1,949

4,258
621

5,442
1,152

3,682
1,152

3,562
1,033

14,310
2,295

1,882
422

1,227
84

1,787
537

4,725
886

13,573
9,105

114,546

4,486

38,325

4,879

6,594

4,834

4,595

16,605

2,304

1,311

2,324

5,611

22,678

MINING C I N C L . CRUDE
PETROLEUM £ N A T . G A S )

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL C L A S S . L O A N S
TOTAL U N C L A S S . L O A N S
TOTAL C O M L . & I N D . L O A N S
PZ
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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 .
S A N F R A N C I S C O D I S T R I C T FINAL F I G U R E S APPEAR IN A RELEASE OF T H A T RESERVE B A N K .
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 3, 1976