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Form F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

BAM DE3ITg

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
July 22, I9U0

Debits to deposit accounts (except interbank accounts), as reported by
banks in leading cities for the week ended July 17, aggregated $8,866, , .
000 000
Total debits during the 13 weeks ended July 17 amounted to $108,390,000,000, or 5
percent above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago.

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)
_
ip weeks ended Week ended July 19,
July 19,
July 17,
.July IT,
19U0
19^0
1939
1939
5,564
5,863
509
449
-45,886
45,507
3,039
3,707
5,645
5,739
459
395
626
7,337
6,345
524
4,048
3,596
3-42
295
2,906
242
3,249
259
14,722
15,792
1,252
1,104
3,380
255
3,153
273
2,020
160
2,301
165
3,384
318
3,471
313
2,661
216
226
2,459
7,966
660
8,664
731

Total, 27-4 reporting centers
New York City*
l40 Other leading centers*
133 Other centers

8,866
3,386
4,737
743

7,653
2,745
4,224
684

108,390
41,694
57,561
9,135

103,268
41,696
53,272
8,299

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE TfEEK ENDED JULY 17, 19^0
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
!
DISTRICT NO. 2 - m i YORK (Cont'd)
Hartford
Conn.
Elmira
TfTYT
52,982
3,667
tt
tt
New Haven
Jamestown
20,001
3,219
tt
tt
Waterbury
New York
6,967
3,385,667
ft
Bangor
Maine
Poughkeepsie
3,961
3,652
i
t
tt
Portland
Rochester
8,966
27,846
n
Boston
Mass.
Syracuse
319,187
22,122
t
t
t
t
Brockton
Utica
3,697
9,355
t
t
Fall River
4,395
t
t
Holyoke
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
3,042
I
t
Lowell
Del.
Wilmington
3,488
23,988
I
t
Lynn
N. J.
Camden
10,961
4,525
I
I
i
t
New Bedford
Trenton
4,632
20 j745
I
I
Springfield
Allentown
Penna.
16,488
6,334
7
t
t
t
t
Worcester
Altoona
14,301
1,717
t
t
Manchester
N. H.
Chester
4,497
3,310
t
t
Providence
R. I.
Harrisburg
34,416
12,062
t
t
Burlington
Vt.
Hazleton
3,391
2,814
t
t
Johnstown
4,089
t
t
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Lancaster
6,349
t
t
Stamford
Conn*
Lebanon
5,844
1,774
t
t
Montclair
N. J.
Norristown
3,489
2,467
«
i
t
Newark
Philadelphia
71,398
328,040
t
t
Northern New Jersey
Reading
8,997
w
t
t
Clearing House Assn.
Scranton
10,038
36,033
t
t
t
t
Passaic
Wilkes-Barre
7,630
5,921
t
t
Albany
N. Y.
Williamsport
59,526
2,980
n
t
t
Binghamton
York
5,976
5,268
w
Buffalo
61,836

♦Centers for which


............................................................

bank debit figures are available back to 1919*

Form F. R. 285~a
DEBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED JULY 17, 19^0
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. U - CLEVELAND
Lexington
Ky.
Ohio
Akron
tt
Canton
tt
Cincinnati
tt
Cleveland
tt
Columbus
t
!
Dayton
tt
Hamilton
tt
Lima
tt
Lorain
0
Middletown
H
Springfield
I
I
Steubenville
I
I
Toledo
I
I
Warren
It
Youngstown
n
Zanesville
Butler
Pa.
t
i
Erie

n
n
n
n
«

Franklin
Greensburg
Homestead
Oil City
Pittsburgh
Wheeling

W. Va,

DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
D. c.
V/ashington
Md.
Baltimore
tt
Cumberland
tt
Hagerstown
N. C.
Asheville
ft
Charlotte
tt
Durham
tt
Greensboro
tt
Raleigh
tt
Wilmington
tt
Wilston-Salem
S. C,
Charleston
tt
Columbia
tt
Greenville
n
Spartanburg
Danville
Va.
tt
Lynchburg
tt
Newport Mews
tt
Norfolk
it
Portsmouth
tt
Richmond
tt
Roanoke
W. ? & .
Charleston
tt
Hunting-ton
DISTRICT NO. 6
Birmingham
Dothan
Mobile
Montgomery
Jacksonville
Miami
Pensacola
Tampa



-

ATLANTA
Ala.
H

tt
II

Fla.
n
«
11

4,421
17,204
10,458
86,567
174,265
48,152
18,624
3,015
3,724
1,428
3,147
3,856

2,661
30,288
2,889

13,122
2,300
2,466

S,l6l
606
2,340
1,038
2,272
173,793

9,438
72,705
102,854
2,405
2,458
3,398

16,026
6,773
4,980

10,278
2,841
9,450
5,455
10,451
4,672
2,348
1,538
4,02.4
2,892
12,720
1,180
38,605
6,713
12,918
4,276

22,407
694
9,387
5,535

18,386

11,703
3,225

7,268

DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont’
d)
Ga.
Albany
1,207
tt
Atlanta
54,170
tt
Augusta
4,158
tt
Brunswick
729
it
Columbus
4,267
tt
Elberton
236
tt
Macon
3,806
tt
Newnan
470
tt
Savannah
7,073
tt
Valdosta
776
La.
New Orleans
50,900
Hattiesburg
Miss.
1,065
tt
Jackson
6,038
tt
Meridian
2,855
tt
Vicksburg
1,642
Chattanooga
Tenn.
12,105
tt
Knoxville
8,352
tt
Nashville
20,104
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Aurora
111 .
Bloomington
Champaign-Urbana
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Elgin
tt
Moline
tt
Peoria
»t
Rockford
Springfield
Ind.
Fort t - y e
fan
»t
Gary
ti
Hammond
tt
Indianapolis
tt
South Bond
tt
Terre Haute
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
ft
Clinton
«
Davenport
tt
Des Moi&es
n
Dubuque
tr
Mason City
tt
Muscatin®
tt
‘ B i r n x City
w
Waterloo
Adrian
Mich.
tt
Battle Creek
tt
fay City
tt
Detroit
*t
Flint
tt
Grand Rapids
tt
Jacksob
tt
Kalamazoo
tt
Lansing
tt
Saginaw
Green Bay
Wis.
it
Manitowoc
tt
Milwaukee
tt
Oshkosh
ft
Sheboygan

2,859
3,131
3,334
702,083
2,254
4 ,4 7 4
1,937
2.264
15,715
7,016

6,301
8,560
4,230
2.245
57,529

10,316
6.246
6,336
1,434
5,296
23,407
2,538
2,443
763
10,448
4,710
1,072
3.264
3,080

225,088
6,*L8
13,331
4,828

6,112
6,214

6,226
3,965
1,689
66,209
2,281
4,426

Form F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING TEE TiEEK ENDED JULY l7 19U0
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
Ark.
El Dorado
t
t
Fort Smith
t
f
Helena
t
t
Little Rock
t
t
Pine Bluff
t
t
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
East St. Louis & Nat’l
111.
Stock Yards
t
t
Quincy
Ind.
Evansville
Louisville
Ky.
t
t
Owensboro
Miss.
Greenville
Mo.
St# Louis
t
t
Sedalia
t
t
Springfield
Tenn.
Memphis

1,334
2,731
389
9,469
1,867

Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Okmulgee
Tulsa
Casper
Cheyenne

Okla.
t
t
t
t
t
t
Wyo.
t
t

811

1,826
26,033
615
43,104
1,475
1,973

DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Ariz.
2,614
Tucson
10,286
La.
11,452
Shreveport
2,119
N. M.
1,140
8,727 Roswell
Tex.
Abilene
1,944
42,526
t
t
8,272
Austin
1,538
t
t
6,298
Beaumont
865
t
t
706
Corsicana
155,200
t
t
66,264490 Dallas
t
t
6,928
4,003 El Paso
t
t
19,416
30,473 Fort Worth
t
t
5,919
Galveston
t
t
63,186
Houston
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
t
t
1,929
.. minn<
Duluth
10,924 Port Arthur
i
t
«
18,683
Minneapolis
84,591 San Antonio
t
t
t
t
Red ^ing
454 Texarkana
t
t
1,018
(See also Ark. )
St. Paul
37,105
t
t
t
t
2,622
South St. Paul
7,235 Tyler
t
t
t
t
3,374
Winona
1,557 Waco
t
t
3,926
Mont.
2,694 Yfichita Falls
Billings
t
t
Helena
2,455
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
N. D
283
Dickinson
t
t
TFTz----------- 9,772
5,224 Phoenix
Fargo
t
t
Calif.
5,025
1,182 Bakersfield
Grand Forks
6,562
V
462 Berkeley
Jamestown
M
7,235
952 Fresno
Minot
9,644
S. D
1,277 Long Beach
Aberdeen
t
t
225,088
Sioux Falls
4,531 Los Angeles
25,501
2,520 Oakland
Wis.
La Crosse
t
t
6,384
1,260 Pasadena
Superior
32.972
Sacramento
3,480
t
t
13,978
San Diego
Colo.
Colorado Springs
2,899
t
t
t
t
201,722
Denver
36,738 San Francisco
t
t
t
t
6,778
Grand Junction
869 San Jose
t
t
t
t
2,773
Santa Barbara
Pueblo
3,087
t
t
5,148
Stockton
Kans.
Atchison
903
t
t
4,919
Idaho
Boise
Hutchinson
3,946
t
t
4,062
Reno
Nev.
Independence
752
t
t
2,544
Eugene
Oru.
Kansas City
5,824
t
t
t
t
41,637
|Portland
Lav/rence
1,137 !
t
t
t
t
4,086
Pittsburg
922 Salem
t
t
3,598
Utah
Topeka
4,030 Ogden
t
t
t
t
16.973
Wichita
12,886 Salt Lake City
1,856
Mo.
Joplin
Wash.
2,519 Bellingham
»
t
t
t
2,512
Kansas City
Everett
98,577
t
t
t
t
58,020
St. Joseph
7,487 Seattle
t
t
13,619
Fremont
Neb.
689 Spokane
t
t
t
t
9,962
Lincoln
7,944 Tacoma
t
t
t
t
1,977
Omaha
35,575 Walla Walla
366
,3
t
t
N. M.
Albuquerque
4,113 Yakima
Okla.
Bartlesville
7,517
t
t
3,966
Enid
t
t
382
Guthrie
Note:

Bank debits not previously reported for week ended July ', 19U0:
j
Greenville* S. C.* 5*201.