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FEDERAL

mil

RESERVE

statistical

release

For immediate release October 27, 1976

H. 12

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $481
million at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week
ending October 20, 1976.
The principal net increases were $140 million in loans
for commodity dealers and $94 million in loans for bankers acceptances and foreign commercial and industrial loans.
The largest offsetting decrease was $69 million in loans
for textiles, apparel and leather goods.

BUSINESS OF BORROWER

OUTSTANDING
OCT. 2 0 ,
1976p/*

CHANGE

OCT. 1 3 ,
1976

FROM WEEK

OCT. 2 2 ,
1975

EMfkEn

DEC. 3 1 ,
1975

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

14,134
1,994
4,650
2,397
1,666
3,427

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

13,781
3,305
3,455
2,557
2,610
1,854

MINING (INCLUDING CRUDE PETROLEUM 6
NATURAL GAS)

-

14,031
1,657
6,048
6,326

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION, AND
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

12,231
5,100
1,464
5,667

75
9
4

••
+
—

—

+

-

•
+

-

7,113

TRADE - TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL

CONSTRUCTION

—
—

25
37
21
36
69
21
6
15

31
+
+
-

+

+

213
140
1
74

35
23
38
20

—

'

—
+
+
—

-

3,547
59
1,546
816
703
541
26
81
422
18
233
152

+ 1,828
•
+
+
+

-

737
272
406
59

2,801
889
594
1,318

—
—

2,458
82
1,132
731
349
164
352
511
766
194
98
1

+

—
+
+

—
. +

+ 1,122
•
+
+
•

-

1,179
73
538
568

2,865
998
527
1,340

4,183

•

12

-

1,307

-

977

10,410

+

48

-

207

-

516

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES

3,935

+

94

+

1,666

-

968

FOREIGN COMMERCIAL 6 INDUSTRIAL LOANS

5,806

•

94

•

466

•

225

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,548

+

60

-

1,929

-

2,923

93,172
19,806

•
+

421
60

-

5,120
400

-

7,829
72

112,978

+

481

-

5,520

-

7,901

SERVICES

TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS
TOTAL COMMERCIAL t

INDUSTRIAL LOANS

SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT CLASSIFIED LOANS ARE AS OF OCTOBER 13, 1976.

P/
PRELIMINARY.
NOTE: EFFECTIVE MARCH 2 4 , 1 9 7 6 , RE-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS I N CHICAGO CITY RESULTED I N THE
FOLLOWING MAJOR REVISIONS:
ALL OTHER LOANS, - $ 8 5 9 MILLIONS TOTAL CLASSIFIED LOANS,
- $ 6 7 3 MILLION.
AN ADDITIONAL RE-CLASSIFICATION IN SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT EFFECTIVE

MARCH 3 1 , 1 9 7 6 , CHANGED TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED LOANS AND TOTAL COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL
LOANS - $ 4 9 3 M I L L I O N .
THESE RE-CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NOT REFLECTED FOR EARLIER DATES.
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COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE D I S T R I C T . WEEK ENDED OCT. 2 0 , 1976
( I N MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

H.12(A)

BUSINESS OF BORROWER
DUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
PRIMARY METALS
MACHINERY
TRANSPORTATION EQUIP.
OTHER FAB. METAL PROD.
OTHER DURABLE GOODS

BOSTON
ALL
DISTRICTS
PA
783
14,134
71
1,994
300
4,650
81
2,397
110
1,666
221
3,427

NEW
YORK
4,956
746
1,641
1,020
422
1,127

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785
69
230
116
152
218

1,184
355
324
160
157
188

381
75
70
35
58
143

328
48
73
60
50
97

2,939
350
1,118
461
351
659

225 '
44
% 52
15
62
52

178
17
45
9
31
76

161
9
48
15
44
45

349
46
120
49
>3
81

1,865
164
629
376
176
520

6,404
1,144
1,561
1,496
1,545
658

578
90
224
46
75
143

522
113
63
90
118
138

548
103
287
28
51
79

625
123
301
30
53
118

1,923
661
349
330
326
257

251
59
77
27
33
55

165
85
11
18
15
36

202
58
17
94
13
20

435
84
46
223
49
33

1,468
69*
196
140
248
190

7,113

40

2,898

80

378

32

154

1,242

51

24

270

1,158

786

14,031
1,657
6,048
6,326

802
30
394
378

4,823
907
2,078
1,838

665
37
308
320

720
10
310
400

970
111
405
454

716
52
318
346

1,819
163
870
786

463
79
180
204

234
53
68
113

490
49
210
231

558
45
208
305

1,771
121
699
951

12,231
5,100
1,464
5,667

466
179
116
171

6,196
2,330
485
3,381

470
201
107
162

621
193
75
353

296
138
74
84

342
230
22
90

2,003
733
275
995

274
223
21
30

116
62
9
45

120
70
25
25

297
135
63
99

1,030
606
192
232

4,183

138

859

212

279

295

264

848

60

102

98

489

539

10,410

536

2,808

1,095

629

462

518

1,622

216

282

311

599

1,332

3,935

48

1,618

212

93

139

42

622

29

—

11

132

989

FOR. COML. C I N O . LOANS

5,806

137

2,507

100

454

101

111

704

63

14

5

158

1,452

ALL OTHER LOANS

7,548

49

2,870

49

585

387

362

427

189

58

76

509

1,987

93,172
19,806

3,659
756

35,939
1,952

4,246
615

5,465
1,138

3,611
1,102

3,462
1,043

14,149
2,321

>1,821
423

1,173
84

1,744
526

4,684
857

13,219
8,989

112,978

4,415

37,891

4,861

6,603

4,713

4,505

16,470

2,244

1,257

5,541

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MINING ( I N C L . CRUDE
PETROLEUM C NAT. GAS)
TRADE-TOTAL
COMMODITY DEALERS
OTHER WHOLESALE
RETAIL
TRANSP., COMMUN., £
OTHBt PUB. U T I L I T I E S
TRANSPORTATION
COWUNICATION
OTHER PUBLIC U T I L I T I E S
•)
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
BANKERS

ACCEPTANCES

TOTAL CLASS. LOANS
TOTAL UNCIASS. LOANS
TOTAL COML. £ I N D . LOANS

P/
PRELIMINARY. FINAL TOTAL WILL APPEAR I N THE F . R . BULLETIN.
SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT FINAL FIGURES APPEAR I N A RELEASE OF THAT RESERVE BANK.

*
CLASSIFIED LOANS ARB AS OF OCTOBER 13, 1976.


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M

660
91
323
35
84
127

M

13,781
3,305
3,455
2,557
2,610
1,854

HONOUR. GOODS MFG.-TOTAL
FOOD, LIQUOR, & TOBACCO|
TEX. APPAR., t LEATHER
PETROLEUM REFINING
CHEMICALS 6 RUBBER
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS