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FEDERAL

RESERVE

statistical

release

For immediate release October 11, 1978
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H.12

C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING OY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $1,010
million at Weekly Reporting Large Commercial banks during the week
ending October 4, 1978.
The principal net increases were $390 million in loans for
foreign commercial and industrial loans and $174 million in loans
for other public utilities.
The largest offsetting decrease was $80 million in loans
for transportation.

I
C H A N G E FROM WEEK ENDED
OCT.
5, | D E C . 28,
SEP. 27,
1977
I
1977
J
1970
L
MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )
(IN

OUTSTANDING
O C T . 4,
197B

*

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

19
18
56
28
LC
3

+
+
+
+

2,069
213
513
459
+
577
3*7
*

4 2,154
90
+
589
+
499
+
589
567
*

73
56
18
14
34
21

+
•
+

1,976
718
412
14
•
543
•
289

+
+

*

>

17,415
2,750
5,332
2,775
2,510
4,048

-

17,079
4,210
4,401
2,507
3,502
2,459

+
+
•

M I N I N G (INCLUDING CRUDE
N A T U R A L GAS)

-»

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

4

10,583

4

6

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

19,259
1,746
9,245
8,268

+

149
2
73
74

3,087
190
• 1,902
•
995

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AMD
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S - TOTAL
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S

12,514
5,414
1,827
5,273

•

*

188
80
94
174

-

17

*

76

•

PETROLEUM &

14,035

SERVICES
>

-

+
—

-

•

•

•
•

+
-

•

•

*

•
+

-

59

FOREIGN C O M M E R C I A L L INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,109

•

390

*

ALL OTHER LOANS

8,047

•

11

•

TOTAL C O M M E R C I A L & INDUSTRIAL

LOANS

137,720

•

*

639
246
446
53

"

3,053

112,298
25,422

2,041

• '

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL U N C L A S S I F I E D L O A N S

2,136
409
1,109
192
619
•
•
191
+

"

5,204

CONSTRUCTION

+

798
212
1,010

-

+ 1.508
•
-

•
•

•
•

•

2,558
205
1,556
1,207

345
190
422
267

"

809

*

2,696

*

770
2,406

622

-

3,170

57

•

283
563

886
•

9,553
2,337

+13,460
3,64
*

*

•17,10

+11,890

P/
PRELIMINARY.
MOTES
EFFECTIVE MARCH 2 4 , 1976, RE-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS IN CHICAGO C I T Y R E S U L T E D IN THE
F O L L O W I N G MAJOR R E V I S I O N S :
ALL OTHER LOANS, - $ 8 5 9 M I L L I O N ; 101AL C L A S S I F I E D LOANS,
-*673 MILLION.
AN ADDITIONAL RE-CLASSIFICATION IN SAN F R A N C I S C O DISTRICT EFFECTIVE
M A R C H 31, 1976, C H A N G E D TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED L O A N S AND TOTAL C O M M E R C I A L AND INDUSTRIAL
LOANS
MILLION,
THFST RE-CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NOT R E F L E C T E D FOR E A R L I E R D A T E S .




H.12(A)

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 OF 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 B Y 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 , WEEK E N D E D O C T .
4,
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S !

B U S I N E S S OF

BORROWER

ALL
BOSTON
DISTRICTS
, P/

NEW
YORK

PHILACLEVE- RICHMOND ATLANTA CHICAGO
lan
P°/
DELPHIA
P/

P/

P/

ST.
LOUIS

197ti

KANSAS
M1NNECITY
APPOLIS

SAN
FRANCISCO

DALLAS
P/

.

P/

OUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB. METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

17,415
2,750
5,332
2,775
2,510
4,046

951
100
346
81
141
283

5,829
1,138
1,791
1,140
638
1,122

816
90
261
106
172
187

1,601
439
437
141
272
312

474
89
92
42
47
204

492
53
116
61
1U4
158

3,631
473
1,218
562
551
807

325
45
86
36
55
103

281
26
87
7
65
96

201
14
59
15
56
57

560
84
153
9b
132
113

2,234
199
686
466
277
60b

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & TOBACCO
T E X . APPAR., & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
C H E 1ICALS L R U B B E R
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS

17,079
4,210
4,401
2,507
3,502
2,459

774
109
298
29
130
208

8, 106
1,574
2,160
1,446
1,995
931

644
165
226
50
73
130

675
174
92
63
213
133

580
94
301
26
62
97

808
158
447
25
68
110

2,439
825
464
308
459
363

306
93
100
19
33
61

223
92
22
25
14
70

281
67
27
121
31
35

576
87
80
253
75
bl

1,667
772
184
142
349
220

M I N I M ? (1NCL• CRUDE
PETROLEUM & NAT. GAS)

10,583

60

4,122

159

496

32

249

1,803

111

69

474

2,133

873

T R A D E -TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTH:R WHOLESALE
RETAIL

19,259
1,746
9,245
8,268

962
42
527
393

6,300
*38
3,165
2,297

829
63
389
377

1,026
19
502
505

1,305
61
602
642

921
45
440
436

2,800
155
1,483
1,162

661
146
260
235

377
54
138
185

579
44
239
296

830
48
345
437

2,669
231
1,135
1,303

TRANSP., COMMUN., &
OTHER PUB. UTILITIES
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

12,514
5,414
1,827
5,273

447
215
96
136

5,950
1,956
707
3,*87

546
282
117
147

557
213
89
255

402
240
95
67

385
278
27
80

2,098
990
312
796

299
221
41
37

133
83
19
31

175
90
40
45

445
241
75
1*9

1,077
605
209
263

5,204

156

1,034

161

408

292

316

837

83

145

136

866

770

14,035

782

3,803

976

898

827

791

2,392

261

304

360

90?

1,734

3,053

36

1,203

160

64

75

16

561

12

—

21

FOR. COML. & IND. LOANS

5,109

166

6,304

95

296

138

121

648

44

15

—

ALL

8,047

110

2,799

39

464

480

391

452

320

130

TOTAL CLASS. LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASS. LOANS

112,298
25,422

4,444
806

41,450
1,567

4,425
763

6,487
1,534

4,605
1,392

4,490
1,094

17,661
2,946

2,422
571

TOTAL C O M L . & IND. LOANS

137,720

5,250

43,017

5,188

8,021

5,997

5,584

20,607

2,993

CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

OTHER

ACCEPTANCES

LOANS

P/

P R E L I M I N A R Y . F I N A L T O T A L WILL 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
CLASSIFIED LOAIIS FOR SAN FRANCISCO ARE AS OF SEPTEMBER 27, 1978.




OF

THAT R E S E R V E BANK.

8i
t

817

12*

1,154

106

650

2,106

1,677
124

2,333
678

7,20 i
1,004

15,101
12,943

1,801

3,011

8,20/

28,044

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For immediate Release October 11, 1978

H.12(B)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Total commercial and industrial term loans were $53,012 million as
of September 27, 1978. This was an increase of $5,898 million over the comparable data a year ago and an increase of $394 million from the last Wednesday
in August, 1978.
The principal net increases were $191 million in loans for services,
$105 million in loans for mining (including crude petroleum and natural gas),
and $84 million in loans for other wholesale trade.
The total of all business term loans on September 27, 1978, represents 48 percent of business outstanding at large commercial banks in the
series.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

PERCENT UF
TOTAL BUSINESS LOANS

TERM LOANS
SEP. 27,
1978

AUG.

CHANGE
30,

1978

FROM

i
M O N T Ih

SEP. 28,
1977

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

it)

>

*

*

>

>

>

>

DURABLE GOODS MANUFACTURING - TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

49
61
49
57
40
42

8,607
1,672
2,650
1,565
1,007
1,713

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

46
42
26
73
66
47

6,177
1,727
1,126
1 ,846
2,301
1,177

+

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM L
NATURAL GAS)

74

7,862

+

105

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

26
14
26
34

5*401
250
2,360
2,791

•
•
•

50
2
84
36

1,055
2Z
+
694
•
>39

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

70
66
62
75

8,676
a, 753
1,076
3,&47

+

—

27
21
19
13

CONSTRUCTION

>

43

2,224

-

21

SERVICES

49

6*797

•

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL LOANS

54

2,556

ALL OTHER LOANS

34
46

TOTAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING




FNnpn
DEC. 26,
1977

-

+
+

—
-

—

47
38
19
21
17
14
56
13
7
36
21
21

+
+
+
+
+
-

+
+
+
+
+
+

•

763
200
273
116
214
40

+
+
•
+
+
+

823
80
324
226
155
36

919
372
32
70
382
63

+
+
+

+

611
274
128
201
400
10

•

1,308

1,525

+

+

+

-

+
+

840
20
569
291

166
40
253
45

+
+
•
-

291
101
199
9

+

302

+

323

191

+

1,309

+

1,224

+

49

-

525

-

72

2,712

•

96

4

382

+

198

53,012

•

394

+

5,898

+

5,54i>

+

•
• +

—

•
-

H.12(C)

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

COMMERCIAL A N D INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS O U T S T A N D I N G AT A S A M P L E OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE C O M M E R C I A L BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL R E S E R V E D I S T R I C T , S E P . 27, 197ti
(IN MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )
ALL
BOSTON
DISTRICTS

NEW
YORK

P H I L A - C L E V E - RICHMOND ATLANTA C H I C A G O
DELPHIA
LAND

ST.
LOUIS

KANSAS
M1NNECITY
APP0L1S

DALLAS

1

SAN
FRANCISCO

O U R . GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
P R I M A R Y METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER F A B . METAL P R O D .
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

8,607
1,672
2,650
1,565
1,007
1,713

365
53
156
17
48
91

3,233
717
984
748
311
473

345
38
119
39
58
91

936
317
249
92
142
136

258
58
36
24
17
123

158
18
39
28
30
43

1,853
2 57
636
372
218
370

132
26
42
10
20
34

100
13
43
4
d
32

66
3
18
5
14
26

310
64
92
46
51
57

851
108
236
180
90
237

NONDUR. GOODS MFG.—TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & T O B A C C O
T E X . A P P A R . , & LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
C H E M I C A L S & RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE G O O D S

8,177
1,727
1,126
1,846
2,301
1,177

251
42
71
16
41
81

4,067
600
420
1,151
1,428
468

212
47
55
37
33
40

384
102
21
52
142
67

339
51
152
21
39
76

144
48
41
8
26
21

1,492
456
222
275
310
229

135
35
46
5
17
32

85
47
5
12
6
15

87
34
4
24
10
15

307
24
38
165
44
36

674
241
51
80
205
97

M I N I N G C I N C L . CRUDE
PETROLEUM & N A T . G A S )

7,862

26

3,406

58

409

16

110

1,600

74

55

276

1,393

439

TRADE-TOTAL
C O M M O D I T Y DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

5,401
250
2,360
2,791

255
7
127
121

1,630
68
725
837

230
12
94
124

317
2
157
158

473
15
141
317

202
8
78
116

1,075
68
517
490

142
9
74
59

78
2
27
49

128
1
66
61

265
9
109
147

606
49
245
312

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

8,676
3,753
1,076
3 ,847

201
94
60
47

4, 667
1,578
442
2,647

306
146
67
93

374
144
42
188

175
107
32
36

180
135
15
30

1,606
780
197
629

189
173
9
7

54
48
4
2

89
50
19
20

307
188
47
72

528
310
142
76

CONSTRUCTION

2,224

52

542

40

142

131

88

393

29

43

43

461

260

SERVICES

6,797

453

1,892

447

553

409

277

1,455

158

57

159

336

601

F O R . C O M L . & 1ND. LOANS

2,556

63

1,034

27

217

51

21

299

8

9

55

772

ALL OTHER LOANS

2,712

16

1,190

6

149

231

70

158

95

50

42

236

469

53,012

1,682

21,661

1,671

3,481

2,083

1,250

9,931

962

531

890

3,670

5,200

T O T . TERM LOANS OUTSTAND,




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