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For Immediate release
September 20, 1967
H. 12

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING BY INDUSTRY

Commercial and i n d u s t r i a l loans increased in nine d i s t r i c t s and a net
of $58 million at weekly reporting large commercial banks during the week ended
September 13.
The principal net increases were $28 million in loans to manufacturers
of "other" fabricated metal products, $25 million to the mining industry, which
includes producers of petroleum and natural gas, $25 million to transportation,
and $93 million to u n c l a s s i f i e d borrowers.
The larger o f f s e t t i n g net decreases were $68 million in loans to
manufacturers of food, liquor, and tobacco products, and $44 million to r e t a i l
trade.

Business of Borrower

Outstanding
Sept. 13, 2./
1967*

Durable goods manufacturing - t o t a l
Primary metals
Machinery
• Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

11,502
1,225
4,491
1,878
1,791
2,117

Nondurable goods manufacturing - t o t a l
Food, l i q u o r , and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and l e a t h e r
Petroleum r e f i n i n g
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

9,619
2,064
2,193
1,384
2,264
1,714

Mining (including crude petroleum &
n a t u r a l gas)

Cumulative change
June 28, 196
to
Sept. 6, 1967 £/
Sept. 13, 1967j>/
(In millions of d o l l a r s )

Change from week ended

- 9

+11

-34

-28
+28

+14
-41
-68

+12
+11
+ 6

- 570
+ 136
- 429
70
-

186

21

- 407
79
+ 34
- 283
160

2

+

3,746

+25

-

274

Trade - t o t a l
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
Retail

7,264
1,089
2,871
3,304

+ 6
+16

-22

- 143
+ 163
90

Transportation, communication, and
other public u t i l i t i e s - t o t a l
Transportation
Communication
Other public u t i l i t i e s

7,117
3,975
998
2,144

- 7
+25
- 7
-25

Construction

2,576

+14

Services

4,726

+24

-

49

802

- 9

+

153

Foreign commercial & I n d u s t r i a l loans

2,741

-16

-

Ill

All other loans

6,332

+ 6

+

5

Total c l a s s i f i e d loans
Total u n c l a s s i f i e d loans

56,425
5,871

-35
+93

-1,449
39

Total commercial & i n d u s t r i a l loans

62,296

+58

-1,488

Bankers' acceptances

j j Preliminary.



-

-44

*San Francisco c l a s s i f i e d loans are as of Sept. 6.

-

+

81

216

15
4
3
14
38

H. 12(a)

COMMERCIAL A D INDUSTRIAL LOANS OUTSTANDING AT A SAMPLE OF WEEKLY REPORTING
M
LARGE COMMERCIAL BANKS BY INDUSTRY AND FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT, W E ENDED September 13, 1967
EK
(in millions of d o l l a r s )
All Dis- Boston New
Ph1 l a - Cleve- Rich- Atlanta Chicago St.
Minne- Kansas Dallas
San
.
Business of Borrower
tricts
York delphia land mond
Louis apolis
City
Franciscc$/
Durable goods manufacturing - t o t a l
481
11,502
464 :
1,026
126
124
152
225 2,301
4,935
143
1,292
233
Primary metals
602
42
6
1,225
18
188
215 .
2
34
25
34
52
7
Machinery
210
2,014
4,491
44
170
58 1,038
347
45
443
56
33
33
Transportation equipment
1,878
166
16
26
898
10
14
65
31
15
293
25
319
Other fabricated metal products
460
87
1,791
150
176
543
34
49
25
30
34
67
136
Other durable goods
2,117
878
122
74
322
63
77
34
36
51
342
79
39
Nondurable goods manufacturing - t o t a l
488
4,454
9,619
588
888
328
221
312 1,531
178
389
115
127
Food, liquor, and tobacco
86
2,064
68
650
66
46
44
83
449
43
91
386
52
T e x t i l e s , apparel, and l e a t h e r
216
1,140
118
212
41
2,193
20
12
51
183
117
20
63
Petroleum r e f i n i n g
11
1,384
560
280
16
147
26
45
19
13
83
5
179
Chemicals and rubber
2,264
6
63
1,385
70
14
290
177
52
45
27
103
32
Other nondurable goods
88
112
1,714
4o
130
300
42
719
45
31
15
157
35
Mining (including crude petroleum and
n a t u r a l gas)
60
6
3,746
34
6
2,177
150
101
58
30
136
451
537
Trade - t o t a l
2,444
7,264
549
340
222
906
449
349
310
238
173
355
929
Commodity dealers
81
1,089
10
474
17
67
83
72
43
34
136
39
33
Other wholesale
224
2,871
162
184
61
125
428
102
129
958
52
347
99
Retail
244
1,012
168
3,304
207
226
106
446
159
89
174
78
395
Transportation, communication, & other
public u t i l i t i e s
402
210
205
164
7,117
274
120
3,596
252
678
91
900
225
Transportation
208
1,924
108
96
129
111
174
504
139
3,975
58
487
37
Communication
26
46
17
8
26
108
998
565
32
129
19
15
7
Other public u t i l i t i e s
2,144
148
1,107
46
119
92
267
71
36
83
39
37
99
Construction
88
2,576
615
220
189
170
155
177
85
422
50
306
99
Services
4,726
320
1,394
304
163
232
130
115
256
772
388
555
97
Bankers' acceptances
802
16
4ll
42
2
2
1
1
184
31
92
7
13
Foreign commercial and i n d u s t r i a l loans
64
2,741
2,009
62
10
2
34
14
228
—
19
296
3
All other loans
1,109
281
140
87
12
l
74
6,332
58
383
4,083
31
73
Total c l a s s i f i e d loans
1,818
56,425 2,370 23,144 2,129 3,373
1,540
1,031
7,603
692
1,045
9,645
2,035
Total u n c l a s s i f i e d loans
848
320
166
218
465
443 1,025
1,081
5,871
65
247
438
555
Total commercial and i n d u s t r i a l loans
62.296
2,690
23,99? 2,295 3,9g8
2,005
g,g6l
9,628
1,249
151
1*222 2,473
10,726
2 / Preliminary. Final t o t a l s w i l l appear in the F. R. Bulletin.
San Francisco D i s t r i c t f i n a l f i g u r e s appear in a release of t h a t Reserve Bank.
* Classified Loans are as of September 6.