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FEDERAL

Ill

RESERVE

statistical

release
For immediate release
November 5, 1969

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans decreased a net of $607 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended October 29.

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The principal net decreases were $131 million in loans to manufacturers of
machinery, $63 million to manufacturers of textiles, apparel, and leather products,
and $179 million to unclassified borrowers.

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trade.

The largest offsetting net increase was $78 million in loans to retail

Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

Outstanding
Change From Week Ended
October 29, Oct. 22, Oct. 30,
June 25,
1969 P/ *
1969
1968
1969
(In millions of dollars)
+1 ,774
14,112
268
+ 133
1,985
+
32
63
29
+1 ,041
5,388
+
131
71
+ 380
2,277
+ 184
35
2,030
+ 178
45
147
2,432
+ 238
25
4
-

-

-

-

11,605
2,670
2,621
1,635
2,667
2,012

• -

-

+

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

4,812

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8,814
942
3,506
4,366

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

9,977
5,475
1,282
3,220

+
+

Construction

3,197

Services

6,605

Bankers1 acceptances

449

-

+
+
-

+

111
41
63
21
16
2

+1 ,281
+ 182
+ 336
+ 159
+ 358
+ 246

35

+

339

47
8
39
78

+

487
222
178
531

-

+

+

-

+

6
14
52
60

+

304

-

115

-

11

+

903

-

152

-

23

-

300

-

76

246

-

131

+

288

All other loans

4,726

-

39

-2.
,586

-

428
179

+3,
,435
+4,552

-

607

+7,987

-

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P/ Preliminary.
* San Francisco District classified loans are as of October 22.




-

94

24

-

77,689

-

-

37

Total commercial & industrial loans

-

+

+
+

-

+

66,596
11,093

•

+1 ,479
+ 538
+ 269
+ 672

2,299

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

-

344
126
89
433
75
127

1
9
4
14

Foreign commercial & industrial loans
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+

+
-

482
4
84
402

-

15
699

-

714

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COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AMD FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 29, 1969
(in millions of dollars)
All Dis- Boston New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago St.
Minne- Kansas Dallas
San
Business of Borrower
tricts
York delphia land mond
Louis apolis City
FranciscoE/*
Durable goods manufacturing - total
14,
,112
5 ,904
564 1,381
578
237
290
2.
153
124
,719
127
337
1,698
Primary metals
1 ,985
43
63
1 ,008
312
14
. 24
341
34
4
31
5
106
Machinery5 ,388
2 ,359
271
191
481
69
77
1.
,045
39
47
26
111
672
Transportation equipment
2 ,277
83
1 ,067
71
25
38
192
346
8
6
14
50
377
Other fabricated metal products
,030
2,
82
133
576
215
40
580
23
75
30
42
66
168
Other durable goods
2 ,432
106
99
894
181
89
76
407
49
37
40
79
375
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
11 ,605
569
504
5 ,536
524
395
1.
377
251
,698
148
118
242
1.
,243
Food, liquor, and tobacco
2.
,670
102
86
897
108
108
59
64
569
77
41
59
500
Textiles, apparel, and leather
2 ,621
220
1 ,359
172
68
211
109
253
54
15
17
29
114
Petroleum refining
,635
859
1,
21
44
23
67
11
25
230
12
21
69
253
Chemicals and rubber
2.
,667
1 ,607
99
90
46
181
68
336
41
17
40
19
123
Other nondurable goods
,012
2.
127
814
100
112
68
310
67
56
40
20
45
253
Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)
4,812
2 ,933
79
84
274
580
29
57
5
120
7
464
180
Trade - total
2,
,902
475
472
479
,814
652
8,
1.
160
529
,150
272
295
296
1.
,132
Commodity dealers
66
942
399
51
11
70
36
52
53
39
27
35
103
Other wholesale
,506
3,
269
1.
,132
233
156
244
167
86
524
42
91
104
458
Retail
,366
4,
317
268
1.
,371
242
260
217
133
574
79
177
157
571
Transportation, communication, & other
345
313
9,
,977
5,
,017
342
,331
648
295
1,
194
107
122
public utilities
235
1,028
Transportation
166
2:
,623
5,
,475
168
183
205
291
143
734
70
131
69
692
Coramuni cation
,282
626
1,
25
51
123
92
78
19
19
26
9
29
185
Other public utilities
3,
,220
265
154
1:
,768
94
81
32
28
71
474
27
75
151
Construction
3,
210
,197
768
213
232
98
237
242
92
69
112
414
510
Services
6,
,605
200
420
2.
,163
561
348
335
202
101
627
151
251
,246
1:
449

8

187

19

28

3

6

59

1

—

,299
2j

32

,682
1,

49

34

12

21

200

1

18

4,
,726
66,
,596
,093
11,

118
2,899
385

1,
,768
8
,860 2,787
28,
1,
214
,078

337
4,283
701

242
2,130
589

110
2,262
582

353

97
1,292
269

3
735
79

Bankers' acceptances
Foreign commercial and industrial loans
All other loans
Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

8,
,949
1.
,238

1
- -

37
1,083
294

12

125

35

215

134
2,420
532

1 ,519
8 ,896
5,132

10.
3,284 29,
814
,187 1,561
,689
,938 3,001 4,984 2,719 2,844
1,377 2,952
77,
14.028
Total commercial and industrial loans
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin.
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.
*

Classified loans are as of October 22.





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