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FEDERAL

RESERVE

statistical

release
For immediate release
October 8, 1969

H. 12

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY
Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $360 million at
weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended October 1.
The principal net increases were $158 million in loans to "other
public utilities, $71 million to manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco
products, and $69 million to manufacturers of chemical and rubber products.
The largest offsetting net decrease
to unclassified borrowers.

Business of Borrower

was $69 million in loans

Change From Week Ended
Outstanding
|June 25,
October 1, * S e p t . 2 4 , Oct. 2,
1968
| 1969
1969
(In millions of dollars)

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

14,478
2,024
5,581
2,230
2,116
2,527

+
+

+

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

11,993
2,627
2,786
1,835
2,719
2,026

>

-

+

+ 499
+
68

35

+1> 916
75
+1. 148
+ 379
+ 201
+ 263

119
71
20
21
69
22

+1» 431
+ 172
+ 421
+ 223
+ 416
+ 199

+
+
+

41
13
17
10
— —

+
-

+
+
-

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

4,889

+

37

+

335

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8,444
832
3,547
4,065

+
+
+
+

80
23
28
29

+

626
210
315
521

10,023
5,531
1,228
3,264

+
+

145
41
54
158

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

-

+

-

+
+

+
+
-

+

-

+

264
137
61
91
44
83
76
233
23
141
17

-

-

+1 ,464
+ 632
+ 173
+ 659

+
+
+
+

376
124
11
241
528
52
30
446

Construction

3,256

-

25

+

399

-

56

Services

6,589

-

35

+

959

-

168

433

+

25

-

380

-

92

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

2,271

+

10

-

257

-

159

All other loans

4,595

+

32

-2 ,569

+

157

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

66,971
11,457

+

+3 ,924
+4 ,951

+

-

429
69

360
335

Total commercial & industrial loans

78,428

+

360

+8 ,875

+

Bankers' acceptances

P/ Preliminary.
*

san Francisco District classified loans aref as of Sept. 24.




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COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 1, 1969
(in mill 1 <>> nf dollars)
"rs
Minne- Kansas
St.
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
All Dis- Boston New
Business of Borrower
City
apolis
Louis
mond
delphia land
York
tricts
138
114
152
2,899
298
240
554 1,384
6,070
591
14,478
Durable goods manufacturing - total
5
4
34
365
24
15
309
62
1,017
51
2,024
Primary metals
35
41
36
1,134
79
67
480
184
2,476
269
Machinery5,581
6
15
8
354
36
26
190
67
1,029
82
2,230
Transportation equipment
42
28
25
627
78
43
211
130
600
86
Other fabricated metal products
2,116
41
35
49
419
81
89
194
111
948
103
Other durable goods
2,527
118
145
272
1,742
383
415
532
523
5,774
597
11,993
Nondurable goods manufacturing - total
39
59
78
531
109
61
99
87
906
104
2,627
Food, liquor, and tobacco
21
17
74
281
118
233
72
178
1,421
233
2,786
Textiles, apparel, and leather
20
13
20
267
25
10
72
50
983
21
1,835
Petroleum refining
22
16
42
352
66
45
190
96
1,633
96
2,719
Chemicals and rubber
16
40
58
311
65
66
99
112
831
143
Other nondurable goods
2,026

H. 12(a)

Dallas
337
31

San
.
Francisco£/

45
72
81
248
57
33
70
42
46

107
672
372
174
376
1,244
497
105
284
119
239

108

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

4,889

79

2,980

83

273

7

57

602

32

5

128

470

173

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

8,444
832
3,547
4,065

629
64
257
308

2,716
322
1,172
1,222

454
49
155
250

438
9
232
197

444
59
162
223

518
31
231
256

1,136
50
541
545

242
42
83
117

150
42
37
71

286
23
93
170

285
32
109
144

1,146
109
475
562

10,023
5,531

3,264

343
170
26
147

4,985
2,626
580
1,779

305
167
44
94

659
309
87
263

322
179
66
77

294
205
18
71

1,393
755
148
490

208
142
18
48

109
69
10
30

130
67
28
35

244
138
25
81

1,031
704
178
149

Construction

3,256

99

758

204

239

235

251

233

91

70

113

423

540

Services

6,589

432

2,157

551

334

200

308

646

200

119

151

241

1,250

433

9

205

19

24

3

7

42

1

- -

1

17

105

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,271

34

1,654

49

35

7

19

199

1

16

35

222

All other loans

4,595

117

1,795

7

359

233

100

372

102

4

38

139

1.329

66,971

2,930

29,094

2,749

4,277

2,106

2,235

9,264

1,301

732

1,103

2,439

8,741

IX,457

379

1,104

213

681

581

572

1,245

267

76

293

516

S,S30

78,428

3,309

30,198

Transportation, communication, & other
public utilities
Transportation
Communi cation
Other public utilities

Bankers1 acceptances

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans
Total commercial and industrial loans

1,228

2l Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F
* classified loans are as of September 24.




R. Bulletin.

"

2.807 10,
2.962 4,958 2.687
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve Bank.

For immediate release
October 8, 1969
H. 12b

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Total business term loans were $31,398 million as of September• This was
an increase of $2,626 million over the comparable data a year ago and an increase
of $461 million from the last Wednesday in August.
The principal changes increasing term loans during the month of September
were $99 million in loans to the mining industry, which includes producers of
petroleum and natural gas, $54 million to "other11 public utilities, $50 million to
manufacturers of transportation equipment, and $78 million to "all other" types of
business concerns.
The total of all business term loans on September 30, represented approximately
47 per cent of total of business loans outstanding at large commercial banks reporting
in the series.

Business of Borrower

Percent of Term Loans Change From Month Ended
Total Busi- Sept. 24, Aug. 27, Sept. 25 .Dec. 2
[ 1968
1968
1969
1969
ness Loans
(In millions of dollars)
(%)
564
47
218
314
32
111

+
+
+
+
+
+

-

539
31
101
249
179
21

+ 464
+ 105
+
60
+ 265
+
29
+
5

89

+

156

+

86

1,904 . 80
+
666
+
1,158

10
31
7
14

+

93
32
81
44

+
+
+

8
38
23
23

5,848
4,107
446
1,295

+
+

100
46

+
+

—

-

+

54

+

632
434
26
224

+
+
+
+

277
201
5
71

27

891

+

1

+

97

+

83

Services

43

2,860

-

1

+

499

+

284

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

76

1,717

-

22

-

164

-

202

All other loans

25

1,131

+

78

+

210

+

172

47

31,398

+

461

178
44
47
50
11
48

+

+
+
+
+
+

+

48
27
25
12
24
8

+

23
10
19
29

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

59
75
35
42

Construction

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

49
71
46
56
36
45

7,099
1,419
2,556
1,245
769
1,110

+
+
+
+

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

49
34
25
81
65
52

5,829
880
689
1,477
1,717
1,066

+
+
+
+

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

85

4,119

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

Total term loans outstanding




-

+

-

-

+
+
-

+

-

+
+

+2 ,626

-

695
81
295
210
31
78

+1 ,867

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, SEPTEMBER 24, 1969

H. 12(c)

Business of Borrower

All Districts

Boston

New
York

St.
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
Louis
mond
delphia land

Minne- Kansas
city
apolis

Dallas

San
.
Francisco£/

Durable goods manufacturing - total
Primary metals
MachineryTransportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

7,099
1,419
2,556
1,245
769
1,110

255
28
129
50
19
29

3,582
786
1,378
674
300
444

156
15
51
18
40
32

751
221
208
122
86
114

84
4
19
10
16
35

75
7
24
10
14
20

1,430
269
538
175
237
211

70
26
14
2
11
17

36
2
10
4
5
15

42
1
6
8
8
19

99
13
27
11
14
34

519
47
152
161
19
140

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

5,829
880
689
1,477
1,717
1,066

258
38
76
17
50
77

3,244
372
354
897
1,137
484

162
19
27
26
39
51

240
35
8
51
91
55

143
11
80
4
17
31

94
28
12
13
22
19

1,026
256
104
221
242
203

111
17
16
16
30
32

54
26
5
7
5
11

30
4
11
6
9

109
10
3
54
21
21

358
64
4
160
57
73

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

4,119

64

2,630

49

242

4

31

575

24

3

78

319

100

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

1,904
80
666
1,158

142
1
35
106

740
33
215
492

121
9
25
87

119
2
64
53

74
5
27
42

119
1
53
65

305
10
128
167

27
1
9
17

26
2
9
' 15

43
1
15
27

28
1
10
17

160
14
76
70

Transportation, communication, & other
public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Other public utilities

5,848
4,107
446
1,295

127
99
11
17

3,419
2,294
234
891

102
70
21
11

251
174
29
48

166
113
16
37

143
136
1
6

859
600
54
205

146
130
6
10

64
51
5
8

55
46
5
4

155
105
13
37

361
289
51
21

891

23

283

42

93

32

56

69

11

14

20

140

108

Services

2,860

237

1,152:

271

175

47

110

333

66

21

52

68

328

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

1,717

20

1,3331

23

22

—

2

143

- —

4

— -

19

151

All other loans

1,131

1

663

1

87

45

14

127

37

1

11

41

103

31,398

1,127

17,046

927

1,980

595

644

4,867

492

223

331

978

2,188

Construction

Total term loans outstanding




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