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BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
(For Immediate Release)

July 14, 1952

B A M DEBITS--DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in 342 leading centers for the month of
June aggregated $144,709 million. During the past three months total debits
amounted to $419,819 million or 7 per cent above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago. At banks in New York City there was an increase of
12 per cent compared with the corresponding three-months period a year ago, and.
at the other centers there was an increase of 3 per cent.

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In millions of dollars)

Federal Reserve District

June

1952

June

1951

3 months ended —
June 1952
June 1951

5,905
59,855
6,047
10,128
5,531
5,397
20,807
4,082
2,839
5,523
5,490
13,103

Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco
Total, 342 centers
New York City*
140 other centers*
201 other centers

5,655
53,266
5,814
9,918
5,362
5,178
20,227
3,922
2,714
5,137
5,102
12,736

17,603
170,736
17,769
29,305
16,246
16,372
60,503
11,926
7,953
16,248
16,648
38,510

17,336
153,086
17,473
28,674
15,389
15,419
59,383
11,615
7,954
15,498
15,334
37,023

144,709
54,922
74,888
14,899

135,031
48,588
72,110
14,332

419,819
156,514
219,393
43,912

394,185
139,440
212,728
42,017

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
June

1952
DISTRICT

NO.

1

-

June

1951

June 1952

June 1951

BOSTON

664,793
Conn.
Hartford*
785,301
ft
253,632
New Haven*
263,448
If
32,309
New London
34,529
tt
90,905
Waterbury*
92,784
53,688
Maine
Bangor*
51,954
ft
31,371
Lewi ston-Auburn
32,732
ft
92,215
Portland
99,878
Mass.
3,125,728
Boston*
3,187,903
ft
51,367
Brockton
54,879
ft
56,796
Fall River*
54,632
n
42,050
Holyoke*
39,151
tt
38,402
Lowell*
37,271
tt
49,345
51,420
Lynn
tt
63,960
New Bedford*
59,474
tt
39,902
48,458
Pittsfield
tt
204,528
211,912
Springfield
tt
185,311
217,044
Worcester*
25,912
Concord
29,676
N . E .
ft
61,327
Manchester
63,259
459,781
Providence*
R . I .
455,072
31,284
Vt.
34,560
Burlington
l4T"centers,
•Included in the national series coveri:



3 months ended —

2,344,364
783,863
102,749
264,762
151,917
91,854
280,584
9,580,488
161,414
162,340
115,543
114,520
152,038
182,417
127,711
641,792
631,422
89,439
177,980
1,346,027
100,137

2,060,172
764,769
95,225

262,268

146,898
91,925
262,229
9,785,864
155,969
170,314
118,329
115,105
150,771
191,669
115,367
6l4,8l6
558,797
82,805
178,918
1,322,124

91,577

available beginning in 1919

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
3 months ended -June
June
June 1951
June 1952
1951
1952

DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Conn,
Bridgeport
187,470
204,078
ft
Stamford
70,851
79,252
N. J,
Jersey City
349,124
366,627
It
Montelair
46,057
50,559
1,000,101
Newark
1,076,299
Passaic*
128,213
137,072
paterson
174,078
169,701
N. Y.
Albany*
860,103
866,561
It
Binghamton*
69,644
77,351
Buffalo*
749,235
795,486
Elmira
51.602
46,392
Jamestown
49.684
55,180
New York*
54,921,590 48,588,289
Poughkeepsie
49,760
55,048
It
Rochester*
448,253
390,138
I
I
Schenectady
101,462
100,979
Syracuse*
301,274
307,035
Utica
99,224
97,727
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Del.
Wilmington*
441,623
412,347
N. J.
Atlantic City
62,256
63,075
Camden
172,851
153,103
Trenton*
213,465
213,521
Pa.
Allentown
95,001
92,958
I
I
Altoona*
35,413
36,900
I
t
Bethlehem
58,072
56.603
I
t
Chester*
50,903
55,920
Harrisburg
141,963
156,824
Hazleton
31,927
31,551
45,862
Johnstown
50,571
79,841
Lancaster*
80,593
22,314
Lebanon
24,337
38,808
Norristown
36,765
4,126,205
3,917,300
Philadelphia*
114,068
Reading
113,199
125,608
Scranton*
123,153
It
Wilke s-Barre*
73,154
75,738
I
I
36,004
Williamsport*
35,653
It
88,610
York*
77,371
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Ky.
Covington-Newport
48,113
47,899
1
!
Lexington*
60,435
62,334
Ohio
Akron*
400,535
385,563
Canton
150,006
153,537
Cincinnati
1,181,310
1,248,259
Cleveland*
2,676,440
2,605,286
Columbus*
602,906
654,900
Dayton*
310,366
301,653
Hamilton
56,167
52,530
Lima
61,357
59,943
Lorain
22,817
21,550
Mansfield
56,598
59,287
Middletown
61,130
53,546
Portsmouth
24,808
24,084
Springfield*
56,412
56,471
Steubenville
26.685
29,041
Toledo*
511,161
475,863
Warren
58,680
51,471
Youngstown*
225,462
205,167
Zanesville
33,530
31,909




618,009
241,615
1,086,929
150,952
3,129,421
391,463
499,284
2,411,496
221,485
2,255,183
150,556
140,786
156,514,415
165,044
1,270,799
291,387
903,259
294,177

144,734
139,439,983
148,056
1,161,545
286,258
851,718
289.711

1,137,487
180,633
493,353
672,581
282,780
108,063
150,182
164,188
452,308
89,722
144,571
254,910
68,423
113,353
12,185,702
330,047
346,322
219,588
109,573
265,192

1,162,383
190,256
465,374
661,965
281,222
105,366
164,070
148,432
417,038
91,022
151,596
236,196
66,735
109,709
11,961,147
340,797
342,648
212,843
104,095
260,054

141,812
186,698
1,075,114
438,156
3,512,878
7,591,761
1,949,619
938,471
160,144
181,046
64,884
170,172
180,397
73,664
172,579
80,634
1,432,358
155.707
597.708
95,242

135,767
186.712
1,126,305
439,339
3,405,663
7,552,033
1,857,442
891,014
151,005

552,509
224,783
1,046,335
141,194
3,032,161
386,250
518,472
2,359,131
207,144
2,169,352

126,888

177,160

63,759
170,553
146,602
73,029
166,227
83,790
1,353,433
161,869
636,712
97,583

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)

June
June
, 1952
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND (Cont'd)
Pa,
Butler
40,214
42,183
ft
Erie*
127,715
119,831
I
I
Franklin
8,590
7,363
I
I
Greensburg*
27,154
26,252
I
I
Oil City*
22,091
20,034
I
I
Pittsburgh*
3,104,211 3,062,115
I
I
Sharon
39,013
34,800
W. Va.
Wheeling*
83,977
76,043
DISTRICT NO. 5 RICHMOND
Washington
D. C.
1,109,632 1,097,041
Md.
Baltimore*
1,370,940 1,252,493
II
Cumberland
30,347
26.418
It
Frederick
22,785
22,767
It
Hagerstown
34,683
34,982
Asheville
N. C.
59,729
62,833
It
Charlotte*
342,124
331,191
II
Durham
118,317
100,196
II
Greensboro
107,798
104,447
II
Kinston
19,910
16,583
II
Raleigh*
164,876
227,776
It
Wilmington
45,972
46,572
It
Wilson
17,084
16,430
II
Winston-Salem
192,777
177,314
Charleston
s. c.
87,206
76,767
It
Columbia*
140,474
129,786
It
Greenville*
106,221
116,792
It
Spartanburg
65,260
66,197
Charlottesville
Va,
28,909
28,081
II
Danville
31,533
31,052
If
Lynchburg
48,385
47.419
II
Newport News
49,083
43,832
II
Norfolk*
253,582
228,256
II
Portsmouth r/
33,186
26,127
H
Richmond*
586,168
593,199
ft
Roanoke
116,757
118,477
Bluefield
W. Va.
47,725
49,058
It
Charleston
170,782
155,883
ft
Clarksburg
34,411
34,285
ft
Huntington
64,403
67,030
ft
Parkersburg
30,223
32,475
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Ann!ston
Ala.
32,261
31,314
ft
Birmingham*
419,393
412,055
II
Dothan
16,428
16,502
II
Gadsden
21,258
20,767
II
Mobile*
168,629
161,630
II
Montgomery*
83,919
82,984
Jacksonville*
Fla.
391,352
361,744
II
Miami
321,660
295,147
II
Orlando
76,381
77,848
II
Pensacola*
48,180
42,498
ft
St. Petersburg
78,004
73,770
II
Tampa*
174,614
166,409
r/ See footnote page c regarding revised




3 months ended —
June 1952 1 June 1951
120,856
359,367

23,800

75,458
59,162
9,147,509
102,304
217,473
3,218,040
3,982,530
82,845
68,836
107,030
179,367
1,019,023
322,918
324,521
56,715
534,792
137,479
50,669
523,783
252,331
437,053
312,104
200,593
84,106
92,650
139,691
142,835
749,554
88,792
1,738,145
348,511
138,835
509,948
100,408
209,848
91,686
91,055
1,307,268
51,512
67,739
492,721
277,447
1,162,473
1,011,501
248,137
146,582
255,840
522,164

114,554
350,605
24,964
76,351
60,274
8,840,069
103,563
227,757
3,201,614
3,734,304
74,881
65,162

98,182

177,397
979,410
292,249
304,548
46,062
512,576
129,757
47,559
491,840
225,092
376,765
328,906
192,109
82,330
83,585
136,970
129,218
650,366
74,721
1,634,184
343,420
136,414
447,784
101,823
196,472
93,341
88,932
1,210,617
51,894
63,948
468,774
262,774
1,072,449
920,516
223,173
129,956

228,722

488,837

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
June
1952

June
1951

3 months ended -June 1952

DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
Albany
Ga.
32,842
31,077
100,731
ff
Atlanta*
1,120,226
1,035,712
3,345,355
ft
Augusta*
76,249
274,987
90,678
ft
Brunswick
12,082
12,051
37,197
fi
Columbus 74,857
80,14?
239,333
ft
Elberton
4,131
4,987
13,368
fr
Macon*
76,574
76,216
236,684
if
Newnan
11,242
10,839
32,572
fi
Savannah*
121,928
362,302
118,552
if
Valdosta
13,813
17,081
50,621
Baton Rouge
La.
109,035
115,865
364,747
£/
ff
Lake Charles
44,285
158,153
53,118
ff
New Orleans*
823,059
864,408
2,642,986
Hattiesburg
Miss,
18,959
19,481
59,093
ff
Jackson
158,322
163,396
506,545
If
Meridian
29,050
30,120
92,896
ff
Vicksburg*
24,258
28,676
89,693
Chattanooga*
Tenn,
201,257
181,625
540,463
ff
Knoxville*
139,652
127,041
366,968
ff
Nashville*
429,437
417,092
1,223,164
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Aurora
47,048
111.
47,460
133,035
ff
Bloomington*
47,324
51,013
148,230
Champaign-Urbana
"
51,019
54,670
158,137
Chicago*
"
9,886,324 30,594,194
10,672,303
Danville
"
40,538
41,120
120,712
Decatur*
"
79,617
90,686
251,746
Elgin
31.630
30,958
85,139
J oliet
"
51,186
55,731
159,881
Moline
"
38,499
106,426
35,297
Peoria*
"
211,448
216,735
631,847
Rockford*
"
143,606
136,746
394,171
Springfield
"
86,871
85,764
255,964
Fort Wayne*
Ind.
167,444
156,535
485,932
Gary
"
79,084
72,391
221,274
Hammond
"
41,834
45,244
137,919
Indianapolis*
"
751,630 2,375,348
788,670
Lafayette
"
46,113
43,355
124,735
Muncie
"
46.631
45,829
135,597
South Bend*
"
305,157
238,758
817,907
Terre Haute
"
76,376
74,998
227,685
Burlington
Iowa
26,907
27,227
80,448
Cedar Rapids*
"
91,490
93,752
273,442
Clinton
"
19,749
19,803
59,712
Davenport*
"
86,547
81,052
245,148
Des Moines*
"
323,265
333,317
986,749
Dubuque*
"
50,870
47,445
141,516
Mason City
"
34,022
33,704
98,224
Muscatine
"
14,562
13,689
41,442
Ottumwa
"
34,122
35,518
105,201
Sioux City*
"
170,967
147,323
439,088
Waterloo*
"
71,291
68,322
207,198
r/ Revised figures:
Portsmouth, Virginia: May 1952, 28,118
Baton Rouge, Louisiana: May 1952, 128,066




June 1951
92,855
3,164,130
243,229
35,714
220,293
12,519
230,921
33,845
348,686
40,272
332,877
133,151
2,458,348
56,193
473,142
90,671
73,789
556,298
405,796
1,205,667
127,534
135,916
144,518
29,670,622
116,258
227,400
85,028
140,314
104,554
585,947
390,790
244,934
461,777
223,276
123,225
2,330,525
125,291
134,061
868,702
224,485
71,084
270,996
58,058
246,474
946,084
145,920
97,982
44,175
103,505
502,867
212,302

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DEBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
June
1952
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO (Cont'd)
Adrian
Mich,
18,472
t
l
Battle Creek
65,138
Bay City*
41,294
Detroit*
4,321,290
Flint*
130,265
Grand Rapids*
221,363
Jackson
64,781
Kalamazoo*
89,167
Lansing*
138,789
Muskegon
76,047
Port Huron
32,913
Saginaw
87,246
Green Bay
Wis.
70,830
It
Madison
139,584
I
I
Manitowoc
28,448
I
I
Milwaukee*
1,217,470
Oshkosh
"
31,964
Racine
"
81,013
Sheboygan
"
54,626
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
El Dorado
Ark.
23,762
ft
Port Smith
44,459
Helena
"
7,010
Little Rock*
"
150,937
Pine Bluff
"
34,278
Texarkana (See Tex.)"
18,057
Alton
111.
33,045
E. St. Louis & Nat. Stock Yds.
129,552
Quincy
35,241
111.
Evansville*
Ind.
142,987
Louisville*
Ky.
656,861
Owensboro
43,150
Paducah
43,126
Greenville
Miss.
19,995
Cape Girardeau
Mo.
12,505
Hannibal
10,413
Jefferson City
48,758
St. Louis*
1,989,005
Sedalia
10,843
Springfield
67,832
Jackson
Tenn.
19,277
f
t
Memphis*
540,883
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Duluth*
Minn.
170,374
It
Mankato
22,531
Minneapolis*
1,309,149
Red Wing
6,159
t
t
Rochester
28,353
It
St. Cloud
15,462
I
I
St. Paul*
618,928
I
I
South St, Paul
79,946
It
Winona
18,590




June
1951

3 months ended —
June 1951
June 1952

18,207
5k,02b
62,299
192,518
40,487
121,437
4,634,860 12,634,570
118,440
367,432
241,130
672,156
66,246
193,704
96,430
262,633
115,172
440,007
75,678
222,067
36,153
97,722
92,534
258,882
69,536
199,530
113,792
381,309
28,113
80,897
1,106,032 3,610,182
30,019
88,820
82,883
229,235
152,098
57,137

53,683
186,351
120,517
13,056,343
346,126
690,089
182,181
265,825
328,752
206,185
109,695
256,936
199,742
347,473
77,050
3,316,967
90,140
224,776
159,996

25,519
44,736
6,827
143,997
28,205
12,811
30,115
121,041
35,512
141,007
644,293
43,327
25,520
18,233
13,632
9,859
40,338
1,904,851
10,430
71,462
19,259
530,559

83,623
134,004
21,472
452,841
106,416
55,397
92,656
377,718
105,063
423,059
1,954,933
120,502
129,659
60,454
37,919
29,668
157,522
5,643,000
33,692
203,999
59,663
1,642,927

77,454
132,886
21,226
427,979
84,212
38,065
85,287
379,382
103,380
419,896
1,874,284
115,565
67,369
60,648
39,186
27,864
142,969
5,488,845
31,228
203,023
59,769
1,734,421

167,879
23,293
1,223,747
6,450
29,048
14,695
611,439
77,309
20,230

400,200
65,183
3,655,846
17,448
84,059
45,896
1,712,276
236,133
53,961

462,652
65,808
3,642,836
17,654
85,247
43,311
1,744,506
245,910
56,263

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
June
1952

June
1951

3 months ended —
June 1952
June 1951

DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS (Cont'd)
Billings*
Mont,
53,789
I
I
Butte
1*9,842
I
I
Great Falls
52,852
ft
Helena*
50,527
Bismarck
N.Dak,
44,508
n
Dickinson
6,518
it
Fargo*
70,381
t
i
Grand Forks*
19,045
it
Jamestown
7,712
i
t
Minot
19,933
Aberdeen*
S.Dak.
26,159
Sioux Falls
78,605
Eau Claire
Wis.
36,358
I
I
La Crosse
36,077
I
I
Superior*
17,183
DISTRICT NO. 10 KANSAS CITY
Colorado Springs*
Colo.
52,784
v
Denver*
744,547
I
I
Grand Junction
18,027
I
I
Greeley
25,147
I
I
Pueblo*
48,859
Atchison
Kansas
9,825
I
I
Emporia
10,062
I
I
Hutchinson
38,976
I
I
Independence
9,931
I
I
Kansas City*
92,524
I
I
Lawrence
14,311
I
I
Manhattan
11,361
I
I
Parsons
12,081
f
l
Pittsburg
14,054
If
Salina
33,194
I
I
Topeka*
118,088
I
I
Wichita*
365,406
Independence
Mo.
16,530
I
I
Joplin*
31,619
ft
Kansas City*
1,343,102
I
I
St. Joseph*
104,224
Fremont
Neb.
22,083
I
I
Grand Island
32,406
I
I
Hastings
16,037
It
Lincoln
94,954
Omaha*
626,998
Albuquerque*
N.M.
137,895
I
I
Santa Fe
39,409
Bartlesville*
Okla.
182,957
I
I
Enid
54,835
I
I
Guthrie
4,941
I
I
Lawton
22,881
I
I
Muskogee*
27,453
I
I
Norman
8,797
I
I
Oklahoma City*
393.956
I
I
Okmulgee
6,600
I
I
Ponca City
22,700
I
I
Tulsa*
632,391
Casper
Wyo.
42,793
t
l
Cheyenne
37,952



48,801
50,551
50,717
32,565
38,357
5,749
67,894
21,501
7,076
21,412
25,153
81,363
35,937
37,880
15,432

162,421
147,943
162,580
112,908
160,929
18,527
199,421
61,196
22,273
63,375
77.718
228/617
110,371
106,093
47,694

56,656
722,534
16,656
24,313
57,330
10,033
9,970
36,439
8,260
96,891
14,797
10,463
8,661
13,259
29,918
106,226
291,545
13,144
31,159
1,158,632
96,942
20,814
28,983
15,615
95,065
604,918
120,450
38,559
182,247
35,950
4,196
18,362
27,540
8,013
381,934
7,045
20,547
637,418
39,981
35,559

160,634
2,224,287
55.719
84,640
156,798
28,957
33,056
117,369

27,200

269,855
41,253
35,843
34,171
40,841
101,545
316,271
1,038,346
45,145
97,242
3,822,957
297,943
61,863
96,072
48,319
283,318
1,829,641
420,571
104,331
548,494
124,630
14,916
66,360
85,113
26,818
1,216,629
21,331
66,082
1,963,291
131,312
108,443

149,368
143,886
149,513
88,364
146.693
16,876

191,870

62,378
20,682
59,264
68,723
235,948
104,745
105,495
46,248
164,476
2,218,445
50,740
75,383
163,374
30,551
35,476
113,590
24,053
275,888
38,131
32,316
25,194
37,436
105.694
309,748
843,112
38,038
90,190
3,621,367
314,677
60,716
86,734
46,705
281,371
1,850,487
356,421
103,769
527,010
104,698
13,344
54,180
80,892
24,795
1,163,565
20,631
58,721
1,835,429
111,579
109,209

1

G.6f

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER

(In thousands of dollars)
June
1952
DISTRICT NO. 11

-

3 months ended —
June 1952 1 June 1951

DALLAS

Ariz.
Tucson*
96,007
La.
45,818
Monroe
it
Shreveport*
188,359
N.M.
Roswell
22,997
Tex.
Abilene
51,376
it
Amarillo
137,965
it
Austin*
142,650
it
Beaumont*
116,754
ti
Corpus Christi
128,966
ft
Corsicana
13,264
it
1,427,716
Dallas*
It
174,714
El Paso*
if
522,216
Fort Worth*
it
83,660
Galveston
ti
Houston*
1,546,354
It
Laredo
22,498
tl
96,032
Lubbock
tf
Port Arthur
41,976
It
San Angelo
38,268
tl
San Antonio
371,530
Texarkana* (See Ark.)
20,305
II
Tyler
52,873
II
Waco*
60,210
It
Wichita Falls
87,909
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Phoenix
Ariz.
282,173
Bakersfield
Calif.
107,873
It
Berkeley
103,362
II
Fresno*
161,176
If
Long Beach*
217,581
tf
Los Angeles*
3,985,919
It
Modesto
50,131
II
Oakland*
554,810
tl
Pasadena*
130,127
If
Riverside
53,545
It
Sacramento*
556,986
If
San Bernardino
68,425
II
San Diego*
339,857
tl
S"an Francisco*
3,316,821
II
San Jose
152,489
tt
Santa Barbara
43,248
If
Santa Rosa
27,418
ft
Stockton*
81,306
Boise*
Idaho
84,021
Reno*
Nev.
62,700
Eugene
Ore.
72,806
II
Portland*
782,846
II
Salem
72,949
Ogden*
Utah
80,329
ii
Salt Lake City*
281,836
Bellingham
Wash.
31,385
If
Everett
38,239
II
Seattle*
902,228
It
Spokane*
212,523
ft
Tacoma*
170,078
II
Walla Walla
27,198
1
1
Yakima*
51,046



June
1951
82,103
43,380
172,866
21,467
48,394
120,070
133,989
117,617
117,750
12,158
1,307,274
165,230
463,998
76,869
1,432,339
20,212
81,579
43,511
46,009
382,333
17,715
50,009
66,905
78,127

289,695
138,362
573,591
67,207
156,834
412,639
454,506
368,391
400,318
37,998
4,290,030
524,213
1,522,577
251,307
4,738,744
73,369
304,697
121,478
117,377
1,120,507
61,925
160,917
201,866
259,738

247,751
127,600
499,106
65,141
146,920
363,510
410,284
344,693
345,888
35,180
4,154,570
503,668
1,363,212
248,917
4,183,221
63,028
257,165
122,163
129,264
1,095,387
52,345
145,528
205,175
223,831

277,620
123,895
104,170
165,678
196,538
3,855,825
53,686
587,463
125,609
47,512
529,217
63,115
327,072
3,123,299
154,354
47,087
36,130
83,511
82,629
58,015
75,894
732,184
60,487
77,546
271,908
28,634
38,164
963,935
193,960
178,291
25,044
47,130

871,096
315,029
315,535
513,010
647,641
12,020,277
151,854
1,675,714
397,873
162,434
1,724,826
206,820
1,053,499
9,094,028
46o,34l
133,341
88,977
241,637
248,289
178,648
207,912
2,331,583
206,863
211,751
823,836
86,368
113,926
2,693,719
604,771
503,175
79,564
145,192

806,209
351,195
300,120
515,656
584,371
11,400,519
163,774
1,641,863
377,399
140,548
1,706,077
183,731
963,769
8,814,659
436,855
130,800
104,468
238,067
245,576
169,991
214,596
2,141,398
184,043
210,662
808,204
81,999
110,406
2,701,428
573,829
503,901
77,297
140,022