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For Immediate release
October 12, 1966

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a. 12

COMMERCIAL AMD INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDINQ BY INDUSTRY

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Ccmmerical ana Industrial loans increased a net of $179 million at -weeklyreporting large commericil "banks during the week ended Octdber 5*
The principal net increases were $94 million in loans to transportation,
communication, and other public utilities, $82 million to retail trade, $65 million
, to manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco products, and $43 million to manufacturers
| of machinery.
Thp larger offsetting net decreases were $38 million in loans to the mining
Industry, -which includes producers of petroleum and natural gas, $33 million to
manufacturers of other fabricated metal products, and 4$>1 million to unclassified
borrowers.
Outstanding loans and changes from a week ago and a year ago are ehovn below;
'cumulative changes since mid-year and during the comparable period last year are shown
in the last two columns.
Cumulative change
6-30-65
6-29-66
Outstanding
to
to
Sept. . 28 Oct. 6
Oct. 5.
10-5-662/ 10-6-65
19652/
19662/
1966B/*
(In millions of dollars)
f o n f from week ended.
fafe

Business of Borrower
Durable goods manufacturing:
> Primary metals
v Machinery
Transportation equipment
4 other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
»
' •

981
3,946
1,777
l,64l
1,993

+
+
+

29
43
11
33
12

+
224
+ 1,135
+ • 529
+
262
+
429

Nondurable goods manufacturing:
Food, liquor, and tobacco
' Textiles, apparel, and leather
, petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
f
Other nondurable goods

2,354
2,176
1,774
2,238
1,587

+
+
-

65
29
l
22
5

+
539
+
318
+ 1 430
+ 536
+
383

Mining, Including crude petroleum
" and natural gas

3,985

- 38

+

624

+

184

+

11

1,181
2,870
3,486

+ 11

+
+

+
+

+ 82

+

58
278
302

33
42
34

+
+
+

84
59
10

6,8o4
2,611

+ 94
- 25

+ 1,311
+
85

+

464
99

+
+

324
5

380

+ 17

-

281

-

84

- 221

6,745

+ 33

+

682

-

23

+

Total classified loans
, Total unclassified loans

48,529
11,049

+230

zJk

+ 7,844
+ •3,602

+1,491
159

+1,375
90

Total commercial and industrial
, loans
»

59,578

+179

+11,446

+1,332

+1,285

Trade: Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail
Transportation, communication, and
, other public utilities
Construction
#
All other:
Bankers' acceptances
' All other types of business,
mainly services

£7

*

preliminary.

tmmm

San Francisco District classified loans are as of September 28.




+
+
+
+

a
70
182
94
126

121 • +
77 +
- —'
93 +
+ 103
+ 122 +

185
164
113
1
109

io4
+ 403
+ 250
+
39
+
90
-

+

+

-

105

H.12(a)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOAMS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED October 5, 1966

Business of Borrower

All Dis- Boston
tricts^/

New
York

Phila- Clevedelphia land

RichAtlanta Chicago
mond

(In millions of dollars)

IXirable goods manufacturing:
Primary metals
MachineryTransportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

981
3,946
1,777
1,641
1,993

25
162
50
70
61

503
1,927
847
484
857

30
152
33
124
74

152
290
206
218
124

15
33
23
33
45

Nondurable goods manufacturing:
Food, liquor, & tobacco
Textiles, apparel, & leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

2,354
2,176
1,774
2,238
1,587

82
249
10
60
113

829
1,108
. 759
1,484
727

73
114
35
67
65

100
65
202
188
133

Mining, including crude
petroleum and natural gas

3*985

32

2,443

41

Trade: Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

1,181
2,870
3,486

78
195
235

473
1,015
1,060

6,8o4
2,6ll

208
71

380
6,7^5

7
351

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

48,529
11,049

Total commercial and
industrial loans

59,578

Transportation, communication,
& other public utilities
Construction
All other:
Bankers' acceptances
All other types of business,
mainly services

St. MinneLouis apolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San F i
r
cisco P,

138
19
924
53
289
33
370
50
62 ' 291 '

16
4i
12
24
38

8
31
5
25
to

6
17
10
32
38

23
32
18
51
51

46
284
251
160
312

4l
132
6
39
33

114
136
24
44
to

413
16%:.
3%4
212
24l

90
63
19
27
4o

61'
21
28
4
33

62
13
25
12
22

56
22
102
26
32

433
68
246
75

143

4

49

562

27

5

137

4i4

128-

30
121
186

35
187
222

83
101
145

49
200
260

125
342
324

65
78
132

26
30
100

49
100
198

65
146
155

103
352
469

3,872
655

230
149

411
224

163
155

215
208

755
131

148
123

to

104
105

162
366

516
382

149
2,407

17
282

20
403

188

3
4o6

37
681

1
209

2
135

8
539

136
997

2,059
601

21,602 1,823
1,487
225

3,323
577

1,239
706

1,965 6,324 ' 1,153
224 1,654
73

636
to

1,077
149

2,268 5,060
225 5,088

2,660

23,089 2,0to

3,900

1,9^5

2,189 7,978

1,226

676

1,226

2,493 10,148

l2
t

— —

147

1G8

pj Preliminaryj final totals will appear in the F. R. Bulletin and San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of the Reserve Bank.
*

Classified loans are as of September 28.