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T

RESERVE

FEDERAL
statistical

n
H.12

release

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For immediate release
September 11, 1968
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and industrial loans increased a net of $56 million at weekly
reporting large commercial banks during the week ended September 4.
The principal net increases were $52 million in loans to manufacturers of
chemicals and rubber products, and $94 million to unclassified borrowers.
The offsetting net decreases were $77 million in loans to retail trade,
and $63 million to manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco products.

Business of Borrower

Outstanding
Change From Week Ended
September 4,
Aug. 28,
Sept. 6, June 26,
1968 *P
1968
1967
1968
(In millions of dollars)
137
119
125
123
35
27

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

12,358
2,066
4,451
1,733
1,871
2,237

+ 2
+19
-28
+20
-13
+ 4

+
+
+
+

847
852
74
173
108
134

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

10,102
2,101
2,426
1,534
2,224
1,817

• +24
-63
+20
+ 7
+52
+ 8

+
+
+
+

439
31
245
158
34
101

+

209
136
150
48
288
17

Mining (including crude petroleum &
natural gas)

4,613

- 1

+

892

-

129

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

7,710
1,051
3,153
3,506

-64
-10
+23
-77

+
+
+

427
32
298
161

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

8,258
4,883
941
2,434

-41
-53
+ 2
+10

+1 ,134
+ 933
64
+ 265

Construction

2,811

+ 2

+

249

Services

5,517

+26

+

815

833

+22

+

Foreign commercial & industrial loans

2,544

-13

All other loans

7,147

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans
Total commercial & industrial loans

Bankers' acceptances

-

-

-

+
-

+
+
-

-

-

285
57
4
224

+

19
84
160
225

+

37

-

26

22

+

22

-

213

-

47

+ 5

+

821

-

95

61,893
6,286

-38
+94

+5 ,433
+ 508

68,179

+56

+5 ,941

P/ Preliminary.

* San Francisco


-

-

+

District classified loans are as of Aug. 28.

-

-

.

-

888
113

-1 ,001

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, WEEK ENDED SEPTEMBER 4, 1968

H.12(a)

St.
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago
Louis
mond
delphia land
123
2.
,441
229
182
498
1,199
29
354
14
313
15
51
28
951
58
37
397
157
8
260
29
24
141
47
23
521
52
38
205
145
35
355
76
68
143
98

Minne- Kansas
City
apolis
110
117
5
5
23
39
14
7
32
24
36
42

San
.
Franciscc£/*
,320
1,
88
424
323
143
342

All Districts
12,358
2,066
4,451
1,733
1,871
237
2j

Boston
516
51
224
75
78
88

New
York
5,355
1,109
2,045
762
544
895

10,102
101
2j
2,426
1,534
2,224
1,817

501
84
203
18
85
111

4. 796
739
1 259
717
1 ,310
771

437
72
141
53
75
96

578
77
67
134
169
131

358
39
208
7
50
54

317
88
123
18
43
45

,444
1;
434
225
207
277
301

227
71
72
9
30
45

133
51
15
18
20
29

113
43
14
24
17
15

215
39
25
76
35
40

983
364
74
253
113
179

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

4 613

39

2 ,827

75

152

7

52

617

35

6

137

505

161

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

7 710
,051
1.
3.
,153
3.
,506

665
74
272
319

2 ,465
447
981
,037
1:

390
33
145
212

346
10
177
159

395
54
156
185

458
33
211
214

1,011
84
483
444

198
44
63
91

179
56
47
76

303
35
90
178

255
42
109
104

1 ,045
139
419
487

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

,258
8.
,883
4.
941
2, ,434

293
128
16
149

4 ,172
2 ,467
479
1,226

291
147
47
97

405
223
44
138

296
166
54
76

277
185
20
72

1,128
600
114
414

170
122
15
33

112
67
12
33

128
60
28
40

207
125
21
61

779
593
91
95

Construction

2,

,811

91

646

179

194

206

243

194

66

53

126

352

461

Services

,517
5,

476

1,730

416

322

166

283

534

148

123

126

281

912

833

25

411

33

47

13

3

85

1
.

1

2

21

191

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2.
,544

35

1,794

53

56

7

13

242

1

6

28

309

All other loans

,147
7:

86

1,173

5

227

176

97

434

84

34

91

4 ,740

,893
61.

2,727

25 ,369

2,377

3,526

1,806

1,972

8 ,130

1,053

730

1,079

2,223

10 ,901

61
,286

338

978

203

598

519

522

1,077

221

71

261

486

1,012

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

Bankers * acceptances

Total classified loans
Total unclassified loans

3.065 26 .347
68.
.179
Total frmnn^rcial and industrial loans
2/ Preliminary. Final totals will appear in the F . R. Bulletin.
*

Classified loans are as of August 28.




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Dallas
268
32
68
43
66
59

2.494
2.325
801 1 , 340 9,709 11 , 91 3
4.124
1,274
2,580
9 ,207
Bank.
San Francisco District final figures appear in a release of that Reserve :

For immediate release
September 11, 1968
H. 12b

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Total business term loans were $28,455 million, as of August, This was an
increase of $4,018 million over the comparable date a year ago and a decrease of $255
million from the last Wednesday in July.
The principal changes decreasing term loans during the month of August were
$101 million in loans to manufacturers of machinery, $54 million to manufacturers of
chemicals and rubber products, and $46 million to retail trade.
The total of all business term loans on August 28, represented approximately
47 per cent of the 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- Aug. 28, July 31, Aug. 30, Dec. 27
1968
ness Loans
1968
1967
1967
(In millions of dollars)
(%)

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

52
70
51
53
42
45

6,431
1,426
2,294
910
798
1,003

-111
+ 33
-101
+ 8
- 13
- 38

+1 ,335
+ 779
+ 282
+ 127
+ 127
+
20

+
+
+
+
+

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

51
39
24
80
68
59

5,169
823
575
1,235
1,462
1,074

+
+
+

50
19
19
35
54
1

+
+
+
+

+
+
+

'Mining (including crude petroleum &
* natural gas)

86

3,984

24
11
19
31

lyTrade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
' Retail
»
^Transportation, communication, and
other public utilities - total
Transportation
Communication
' Other public utilities
Construction
'Services
^Foreign commercial & industrial loans
All other loans
Total term loans outstanding




-

976
552
293
22
123
14

+

407
88
153
107
27
86

+

88
65
110
21
70
4

- 58

+

815

+

413

1,823
114
603
1,106

- 52
- 1
- 5
- 46

+
+
+
+

191
19
95
77

+
+
+
+

57
7
27
23

62
75
48
41

5,141
3,688
452
1,001

+ 72
- 1
+ 73

+
+
+
+

995
624
8
363

+
+
+
+

640
345
9
286

27

774

-

5

+

79

+

92

42

2,329

+

5

+

320

+

208

74

1,901

- 17

-

195

-

126

13

903

- 39

+

47

28,455

-255

+4,018

— -

-

71

-

+

30

+2,378

H.12(c)

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL TERM LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT,
(in millions of dollars)
All Dis- Boston New
Phila- Cleve- Rich- Atlanta
Business of Borrower
tricts
York
delphia land
mond
166
703
6,431
234
3,204
74
55
Durable goods manufacturing - total
9
5
14
214
852
1,426
18
Primary metals
14
18
209
115
Machinery1,172
47
2,294
11
8
15
439
97
Transportation equipment
910
60
104
8
305
15
16
58
798
Other fabricated metal products
16
25
1,003
436
32
79
25
Other durable goods

WEEKLY REPORTING
AUGUST 28, 1968
Chicago
1, 315
246
528
138
225
178

St.
Louis
58
21
15
2
9
11

Minne- Kansas
apolis
City
40
35
1
1
10
5
3
6
10
9
11
19

Dallas
83
11
20
10
17
25

San
Francisco
464
34
141
121
22
146

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

5,169
823
575
1,235
1,462
1,074

185
25
48
17
44
51

2,759
363
315
623
958
500

171
15
30
38
38
50

352
27
7
112
130
76

101
11
61
4
12
13

85
41
13
7
11
13

863
214
72
172
177
228

79
15
15
8
21
20

50
18
4
10
6
12

32
8
2
11
4
7

98
12
3
43
20
20

394
74
5
190
41
84

Mining (including crude petroleum and
natural gas)

3,984

34

2,611

44

135

5

37

565

28

5

87

337

96

Trade - total
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

1,823
114
603
1,106

164

96
9
24
63

97
2
38
57

54
5
24
25

97
5
42
50

272
12
128
132

34

49
115

720
' 57
186
477

10
24

28
5
10
13

50
3
17
30

38
4
16
18

173
12
59
102

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

5,141
3,688
452
1,001

132
77
13
42

3,082
2,167
269
646

114
74
23
17

211
153
27
31

142
98
12
32

116
110
1
5

662
482
29
151

127
114
6
7

64
46
5
13

44
36
7
1

141
87
14
40

306
244
46
16

774

19

232

36

86

28

59

48

11

4

17

92

142

Services

2,329

188

921

216

157

49

99

259

50

24

47

74

245

Foreign commercial and industrial loans

1,901

22

1,420

18

47

1

183

—

5

13

192

903

19

573

2

41

18

18

70

26

1

12

35

88

28,455

997

15,522

863

1,829

472

566

4,237

413

216

329

911

2,100

Construction

All other loans
Total term loans outstanding



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