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Form F. R. 285
For immediate release

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
BANK DEBITS

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
January 13, 1941

Debits to deposit accounts (except interbank accounts), as reported by bankr
in leading cities for the week ended January 8, aggregated $ 1 0 , 7 0 1 , 0 0 0 , 000 , Total
debits during the 1 3 weeks ended January 8 amounted to $ 12 5 > 0 19 , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 , or 9 per
cent above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago. At banks in
New York City there was an increase of 8 per cent compared with the corresponding
period a year ago, and at the other reporting centers there was an increase of
10 per cent.

Federal
Reserve
District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In millions of dollars)
Week ended
13 weeks ended
January 8, January 10,
January 10,
January 8,
1941
1940
1940
1941

621
4,486
570
720
415
353
1,587
333
179
324
280
833
Total, 274 reporting centers 10,701
New York City*
4,118
140 Other leading centers*
5,668
133 Other centers
915

479
3,594
476
523
318
278
1,227
251
161
252
208
66l
8,427
3,301
4,403
722

7,454
52,687
6,579
8,723
4,765
3,910
18,333
3,851
2,207
3,710
3,129
9,672
125,019
48,365
66,297
10.,35?.
.

6,623
48,998
5,972
7,681
4,263
3,533
16,533
3,529
2,190
3,614
2,919
8.931
114,786
44,947
60,322
.. 51,517___

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED JANUARY 8, 194-1
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO . 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont«d)
Conn.
Hartford
Elmira
74,781
N. Y.
3,851
1
1
1
1
New Haven
Jamestown
4,498
24,120
1
1
ti
Waterbury
New York
8,706
4,117,589
it
Maine
Bangor
Poughkeepsie
4,088
5,413
1
1
1
1
Rochester
Portland
40,562
10,002
1
1
Boston
Syracuse
Mass.
23,621
385,193
1
1
1
1
Brockton
Utica
4,695
9,031
1
1
Fall River
5,155
1
1
Holyoke
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
3,392
i
i
Lowell
Wilmington
Del,
3,528
52,799
1
1
Lynn
Camden
N. J.
5,540
13,687
it
it
New Bedford
Trenton
5,470
33,731
1
1
Springfield
Penna*
Allentown
8,656
18,918
1
1
1
1
Worcester
Altoona
3,814
16,184
1
1
Manchester
Chester
N. H.
4,219
4,744
1
1
Providence
Harrisburg
R. I.
41,768
11,754
t
i
Burlington
Vt.
Hazleton
3,634
3,083
1
1
Johnstown
4,493
1
1
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Lancaster
6,785
1
1
Conn.
2,111
Stamford
Lebanon
5,923
t
i
Montclair
2,958
N, J.
5,06o
Norristown
1
1
1
1
376,638
Newark
Philadelphia
95,184
1
1
Northern New Jersey
13,641
Reading
1
1
Clearing House Assn.
12,621
Scranton
58,391
1
1
I
!
7,055
9,302
Passaic
Wilkes-Barre
I
I
4,452
Albany
N. Y.
Williamsport
33,075
ti
I
I
7,692
Binghamton
6,642
York
1
1
Buffalo
68,872
^Centers for which bank debit figures are available back to 1919.



Form F. R. 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER., DURING THE WEEK ENDED JANUARY 8, 1941
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Lexington
Ky.
Ohio
Aicron
it
Canton
it
Cincinnati
ti
Cleveland
it
Columbus
n
Dayton
n
Hamilton
ti
Lina
ii
Lorain
n
Middl*town
it
Springfield
it
Steubenville
ti
Toledo
it
Warren
it
Youngstown
it
Zanesville
Butler
Pa,
ii
Erie
ii
Franklin
ti
Greensburg
ii
Homestead
it
Oil City
it
Pittsburgh
Wheeling
W. Va.

9,306
19,649
11,797
97,186
184,741
47,355
20,305
3,302.
4,739
1,467
3,935
5,230
2,477
38,927
3,665
15,430
2,822
3,011
8,567
991
2,391
1,006
2 >702
221,096
8,301

DISTRICT NO
Washington
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Asheville
Charlotte
Durham
Greensboro
Raleigh
Wilmington
Winston-Salem
Charleston
Columbia
Greenville
Spartanburg
Danville
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Portsmouth
Richmond
Roanoke
Charleston
Huntington

80,571
113,926
2,164
2,814
4,785
24,562
7,873
7,039
17,847
3,901
12,312
6,746
8,758
7,490
4,523
2,691
5,379
3,507
17,542
1,678
47,504
9,987
15,990
5,465

5 - RICHMOND
D. C»
Md.
ti
it

N. C.
ii

ti
n
ti
ii

S. c .
tt
1
1
II

Va.
it
ti
it

t
t
it
tt

W. Va.
it

DISTRICT NO . 6 - ATLANTA
Birmingham
Ala.
tt
Dothan
it
Mobile
tt
Montgomery
Jacksonville
Fla.
ti
Miami
it
Pensacola
tt
Tampa
■^Estimated,



35,272
1,057
14,961
7,4-00
34,538
22 ,2.31
2,688
10,141

DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont»d)
Albany
Ga#
*1,700
t
t
63,679
Atlanta
t
t
5,877
Augusta
t
t
Brunswick
793
t
t
6,227
Columbus
t
t
360
Elberton
t
t
Macon
5,787
t
t
760
Newnan
t
t
Savannah
8,745
t
t
1,394
Valdosta
.55,514
La*
New Orleans
Hattiesburg
Miss*
3,430
t
t
8,479
J ackson
t
t
3,475
■Meridian
t
t
Vicksburg
1,890
Tenn*
17,194
Chattanooga
t
t
Knoxville
11,913
t
t
Nashville
27,553
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
111*
Aurora
t
t
Bloomington
t
t
Champaign-Urbana
t
t
Chicago
t
t
Danville
t
t
Decatur
t
t
Elgin
t
t
Moline
t
t
Peoria
t
t
Rockford
t
t
Springfield
Ind*
Fort Wayne
t
t
Gary
t
t
Hammond
t
t
Indianapolis
t
t
South Bend
t
t
Terre Haute
Iovra
Cedar Rapids
t
t
Clinton
t
t
Davenport
t
t
Des Moines
t
t
Dubuque
t
t
Mason City
t
t
Muscatine
t
t
Sioux City
t
t
Waterloo
Mich*
Adrian
t
t
Battle Creek
t
t
Bay City
t
t
Detroit
t
t
Flint
t
t
Grand Rapids
t
t
J ackson
t
t
Kalamazoo
t
t
Lansing
t
t
Saginaw
Green Bay
Wis.
t
t
Manitowoc
t
t
Milwaukee
t
t
Oshkosh
t
t
Sheboygan

3,559
3,550
4,048
911,000
2,700
5,597
2,565
2,704
15,611
8,253
7,706
10,884
5,441
2,586
72,128
16,698
7,376
7,783
1,592
6,491
30,653
3,055
2,974
919
10,371
5,474
1,408
3,574
3,561
286,361
7,789
15,725
4,495
7,278
7,214
5,945
4,139
2,132
76,636
2,827
5,768

5“b
Form F. R
.
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED JANUARY 8,1941
(in thousands of dollars)
' DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont»d
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
2,661
Okla#
Muskogee
1 ,6 8 0
El Dorado
Ark.
ti
«
30,951
Oklahoma City
Fort Smith
4 ,5 4 9
tt
tt
685
Okmulgee
Helena
55 6
t
i
32,416
tt
Tulsa .
Little Rock
17,151
2,1 4 2
tt
Wyof
Casper
Pine Bluff
3 ,1 2 4
tt
2,630
tt
Cheyenne
Texarkana
1 ,1 0 8
(See also Tex.)
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
East St. Louis & Nat*l
3,763
Aris*
Tucson
1 1 ,69 7
Stock Yards
111.
tt
11,845
La«
Shreveport
2 ,6 4 1
Quincy
1 ,4 4 5
N. M*
Roswell
Evansville
Ind,
1 1 ,3 3 1
2 ,8 1 5
Tex.
Abilene;
Louisville
52,809
Ky.
1
1
11,418
ti
Austin
Owensboro
2,2 70
it
5 ,8 0 4
Beaumont
Greenville
1 ,5 0 1
Miss,
tt
1 ,3 1 4
Corsicana
167,900
Mo.
St. Louis
ti
81,706
tt
Dallas
Sedalia
631
1
1
12,008
tt
El Paso
Springfield
4 ,4 2 0
it
33,551
Fort Worth
Tenn,
Memphis
4 9 ,6 4 4
i
t
6 ,5 63
Galveston
tt
6 9 ,4 4 1
Houston
DISTRICT NO. 9 -- MINNEAPOLIS
i
t
3,221
Port Arthur
Minn,
Duluth
1 0 ,3 6 9
tt
tt
20,682
San Antonio
Minneapolis
85,637
1
1
tt
Texarkana
Red Wing
551
it
1,516
(See also Ark, )
St, Paul
46,740
It
tt
4 ,2 4 2
Tyler
South St. Paul
6 ,7 6 5
II
tt
4 ,1 1 7
Waco
Winona
1,806
II
4 ,2 0 2
Wichita Falls
Mont.
Billings
2 ,6 9 9
tt
Helena
4 ,1 7 0
IJ
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SA FRAIICISCO
N. D.
Dickinson
417
tt
Ariz.
Phoenix
1 5 ,213
Fargo
5 ,2 0 8
ti
5,8 05
Bakersfield
Calif.
Grand Forks
1 ,5 3 5
it
8 ,9 9 7
Berkeley
Jamestown
395
1
1
1
1
11,100
Fresno
Minot
1 ,0 9 6
ti
12,235
Long Beach
Aberdeen
S, D.
1 ,4 6 3
1
1
254,128
it
Los Angeles
Sioux Falls
6 ,1 4 9
it
33 ,996
Oakland
La Crosse
Wis.
2,635
it
1
1
9,2 6 7
Pasadena
Superior
1,200
tt
36,085
Sacramento
it
4,0 3 1
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
tt
18 ,566
San Diego
Colo,
3 ,2 3 6
Colorado Springs
it
214,022
tt
San Francisco
42 ,137
Denver
tt
7 ,7 3 8
tt
San Jose
1 ,0 4 4
Grand Junction
it
1
1
3 ,6 83
Santa Barbara
5,195
Pueblo
tt
6 ,1 6 2
813 Stockton
Kans,
Atchison
tt
5 ,5 1 1
Idaho
Boise
Hutchinson
2 ,6 7 1
4,8 9 0
tt
Nev.
Reno
Independence
877
2 ,9 2 4
tt
Ore.
Eugene
Kansas City
4 ,7 2 4
tt
it
4 6 ,9 3 2
Portland
Lawrence
865
ti
5 ,4 0 4
it
Salem
Pittsburg
1,2 3 5
5 ,7 0 2
tt
Utah
Topeka
8,110 Ogden
it
tt
21,957
Salt Lake City
Wichita
14 ,210
1 ,9 2 6
Wash.
Bellingham
Mo.
Joplin
2 ,7 7 4
ti
tt
2,4 23
Everett
Kansas City
9 2 ,4 7 2
tt
tt
61 ,538
St. Joseph
8,222 Seattle
tt
14,296
Spokane
Neb,
Fremont
853
it
tt
12 ,91 2
Tacoma
Lincoln
7 ,4 2 2
tt
tt
1 ,8 9 1
Walla Walla
Omaha
41,729
tt
Yakima
3,7 3 1
Albuquerque
N, M.
5,001
Bartlesville
Okla.
5 ,6 5 6
tt
Enid
2,9 57
it
Guthrie
452




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