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F E D E R A L

R E S E R V E

statistical

release
For immediate release,
November 24, 1976

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

H.12

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $408
million at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week
ending November 17, 1976.
. The principal net increases were $245 million in loans
for bankers acceptances, $66 million in loans for services, and
$54 million for unclassified loans.
The largest offsetting decrease was $60 million in loans
for textiles, apparel, and leather.
*

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

OUTSTANDING
NOV. 17,
1976

,*
/

CHANGE FROM WEEK ENDED
N O V . 19,
DEC. 31,
NOV. 10,
1975
1975
1976

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

14,046
2,098
4,613
2,236
1,692
3,407

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

13,664
3,400
3,327
2,503
2,536
1,898

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM £
NATURAL'GAS)

-

+
-

•

66
10
36
6
5
39

-

+
-

3,219
51
1,294
1,107
515
354

+
—

•
•

25
10
60
28
2
5

+
-

•
•
-

+

40

+

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

14,549
1,790
6,160
6,599

+
+

48
38
17
27

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

12,124
5,188
1,445
5,491

109
149
414
1
146
11

1,920

+
+

4,134

-

-

2,546
22
1,169
892
323
184

~

7,218

CONSTRUCTION

-

+

-

•

+
+
-

-

6
11
3
2

+ 1,070
256
569
+
245

-

-

2,698
748
513
1,437

+

•

235
416
638
140
172
45

•

1,227

-

+
+
-

+ 1,697
+
206
•
650
841
*

-

2,972
910
546
1,516

2

-

1,243

-

1,026

10,479

+

66

-

129

-

447

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

5,103

+

245

•

1,604

•

200

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,709

+

18

•

368

•

128

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,802

4

24

94,828
19,890

•
•

354
54

114,718

•

408

SERVICES

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL COMMERCIAL S INDUSTRIAL LOANS

2,669

1,647
3,865
129

-

—

•

6,173
12

-

3,994

-

6,161

-

*
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 10, 1976.
P/ PRELIMINARY.
NOTE: EFFECTIVE MARCH 24, 1976, RE-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS IN CHICAGO CITY RESULTED IN THE
FOLLOWING MAJOR REVISIONS: ALL OTHER LOANS, -$859 MILLION; TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS,
-*673 M I L L I O N . AN ADDITIONAL RE-CLASSIFICATION IN SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT EFFECTIVE
MARCH 31, 1976, CHANGED TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS A N D TOTAL COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL
LOANS - $ 4 9 3 M I L L I O N . THESE RE-CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NOT REFLECTED FOR EARLIER DATES.




C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL L O A N S OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL B A N K S BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL R E S E R V E DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED N O V . 17, 1976
(IN M I L L I O N S OF DOLLARS)

H.12(A)

NEW
YORK

PHILA- C L E V E - RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
LAND
DELPHIA
P/
P/
2,950
320
373
1,184
822
368
47
73
356
68
1,127
72
69
325
248
440
56
32
150
137
356
48
55
167
149
659
97
144
186
220

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS
P/*
759
14,046
68
2,098
298
4,613
78
2,236
101
1,692
214
3,407

4,888
828
1,604
904
440
1,112

13,664
3,400
3,327
2,503
2,536
1,898

641
102
319
27
84
109

6,255
1,151
1,479
1,407
1,482
736

578
123
219
54
78
104

497
114
59
72
117
135

558
117
280
28
49
84

670
134
299
30
66
141

7,218

35

2,922

83

365

36

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

14,549
1,790
6,160
6,599

835
29
426
380

4,915
890
2,132
1,893

686
49
310
327

723
10
300
413

TRANSP., COMMUN., C
OTHER P U B . UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
O T K R PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

12,124
5,188
1,445
5,491

461
179
116
166

6,154
2,334
461
3,359

496
241
116
139

4,134

140

853

10,479

540

5,103

73

FOR. C O M L . C IND. LOANS

5,709

140

ALL OTHER

7,802

BUSINESS OF BORROWER
O U R . G O O D S 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 PROD.
OTHER D U R A B L E GOODS
/fi'DUR. G O O D S MFG.-TOTAL
% p O O O , LIQUOR, £ TOBACCO
TEX. A P P A R . , t LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS 6 RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS
MINING (INCL. CRUDE
PETROLEUM C N A T . G A S )

INSTRUCTION
S c R VICES
BANKS* S

ACCEPTANCES

LOANS

TOTAL C L A S S . LOANS
TOTAL U N C L A S S . LOANS
TOTAL C O M L . C IND. LOANS

P/

ST.
LOUIS

M I N N E - KANSAS
CITY
APPOLIS

DALLAS

SAN P/*
FRANCISCO

221
46
50
16
58
51

176
17
49
9
30
71

160
10
47
14
45
44

400
61
128
51
60
100

1,793
156
596
349
183
509

1,931
649
346
358
323
255

257
75
75
18
29
60

171
85
9
26
16
35

212
66
16
95
14
21

439
80
43
237
48
31

1,455
704
183
151
230
187

158

1,254

56

23

273

1,183

830

1,023
130
413
480

751
52
345
354

1,870
169
905
796

518
126
182
210

248
67
62
119

522
61
219
242

578
64
171
343

1,880
143
695
1,042

600
195
73
332

292
138
68
86

372
271
23
78

1,957
729
279
949

260
219
23
18

118
58
9
51

122
67
25

1,030
622
192
216

162

282

298

256

839

56

97

%
96

262
135
60
67
496

559

2,834

1,046

631

478

544

1,706

218

272

324

610

1,276

2,339

244

121

141

31

780

24

—

10

149

1,191

2,443*

99

454

98

122

720

63

14

5

164

1,387

53

2,947

43

600

400

377

430

192

79

71

507

2,103

94,828
19,890

3,677
762

36,550
1,947

4,259
616

5,457
1,148

3,697
1,098

3,601
1,037

14,437
2,297

1,865
422

1,198
82

1,795
538

4,788
893

13,504
9,050

114,718

4,439

38,497

4,875

6,605

4,795

4,638

16,734

2,287

1,280

2,333

5*681

22,554

PRELIMINARY. F J J c t V I N A ^ F I G U R E S

*
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF NOVEMBER 10, 1976.



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