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Form P K. 286
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For immediate release

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
-,
BANK DEBITS

Board of Qovemors
of the Federal Reserve System
July 29} 1940

Debits to deposit accounts (except interbank accounts) ’
bonks in leading cities for the week ended July 24, aggr"^ted $8^75,000,000.
Total debits during the 13 weeks ended July 24 amounted to $108, , , , o
144 000 000
4 percent above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago.

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(in millions of dollars)
13 weeks ended —
____ Week ended
July 2A,
r July 26>
Ju 2 ,
ly 6
July 24,
1940
1939
1939
1940
5,578
5,920
457
473
Boston
45,980
45,618
3,555
3,645
New York
5,634
5,769
372
4l4
Philadelphia
6,398
7,355
500
536
Cleveland
4,
062
3,613
268
304
Richmond
2,928
3,235
212
20
3
Atlanta
14,747
15,773
1,069
Chicago
1,169
3,382
3,163
223
26
3
St. Louis
206
,0
2,259
142
Minneapolis
149
3,422
3,472
271
28
6
Kansas City
2,471
261
,6
188
23
0
Dallas
8.6387,
950610,
San Francisco
648
103,889
108,144
7,865
Total, 274 reporting centers 8,275
42,161
41,402
3,296
New York City*
3,347
53,417
57,588
3,977
140 Other leading centers* 4,255
8 >3U
9,154
592
133 Other centers _______ 673
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER DURING THE WEEK ENDED JULY 24, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
d)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont’
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
3,016
N. Y.
Elmira
49,061
Conn.
Hartford
1
1
2,947
1
!
17,318 Jamestown
Hew Haven
t
t
3,346,535
»
New York
6,946
Waterbury
1
1
3,148
Maine
3,726 Poughkeepsie
Bangor
i
t
27,554
Rochester
t
t
7,527
Portland
t
t
18,622
299,438 Syracuse
Mass*
Boston
t
t
6,696
Utica
i
t
3,665
Brockton
t
t
4,409
Fall River
DISTRICT NO. * - PHILADELPHIA
t
t
2,747
Holyoke
22,760
Del.
Wilmington
t
t
3,010
Lowell
N. J.
9,527
1
1
4,034 Camden
Lynn
1
1
16,185
Trenton
t
t
4,003
New Bedford
Penna.
5,495
1
1
Springfield
14,619 Allentown
t
l
2,632
Altoona
I
!
12,558
Worcester
t
t
3,377
Chester
N. H.
Manchester
3,847
t
t
9,006
Harrisburg
34,065
Providence
R. I.
t
t
2,018
Hazleton
Vt.
Burlington
2,523 Johnstown
t
t
4,313
t
t
5,153
Lancaster
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
t
t
1,565
Lebanon
Conn*
4,950
Stamford
t
t
2,463
Norristown
N. J.
Montclair
2,734
t
t
298,997
Philadelphia
t
t
Newark
87,487
t
t
8,893
Reading
Northern New Jersey
t
t
8,780
Scranton
33,278
Clearing House Assn. 1
1
t
t
5,107
Wilkesbarre
1
1
6,463
Passaic
t
t
2,605
Williamsport
N. Y.
47,670
klbany
t
t
5,298
t
t
4,702 York
Binghamton
t
t
49,125
Buffalo
*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 JULY 24, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
>
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
DISTRICT HO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Ga.
983
Lexington
Ky.
3,312 Albany
h
Atlanta
47,334
Akron
Ohio
14,881
11
4,105
Canton
n
8,933 Augusta
11
656
Brunswick
Cincinnati
n
75,499
11
3,345
Cleveland
"
141,130 Colunbus
11
245
Colunbus
n
30,115 Elberton
11
3,185
Dayton
”
14,361 Macon
it
379
Hamilton
1
1
2,358 Neman
ti
6,204
Lima
n
3 ,182 Savannah
tt
712
Lorain
”
1,225 Valdosta
47,658
La.
Middletown
"
2,531 Hew Orleans
Miss.
969
Springfield
"
3,730 Hattiesburg
tt
4,888
Steubenville
”
1,854 Jackson
tt
2,49S
Toledo
"
26,009 Meridian
11
1,313
Warren
"
2,368 Vicksburg
9,550
Tenn.
Youngstown
"
12,130 Chattanooga
it
6,912
Knoxville
Zanesville
M
2,039
tt
19,892
Butler
Pa.
2,193 Nashville
Erie
«
6,949
DISTRICT HO. 7 - CHICAGO
Franklin
”
689
2,900
Aurora
111.
Greensburg
n
1,831
11
2,550
Bloomington
Homestead
"
846
2,844
Champaign—Urbana ti
Oil City
"
2,52.8
tt
689,622
Chicago
Pittsburgh
n
168,165
tt
2,067
Wheeling
W. Va,
6,712 Danville
tt
3,846
Decatur
tt
1,822
Elgin
DISTRICT HO. 5 - RICHMOND
tt
1,912
Moline
Washington
D. C.
66,176
tt
13,474
Baltimore
Id
A.
95,973 Peoria
it
5,814
Rockford
Cumberland
n
1,827
tt
5,835
Springfield
Hagerstown
”
2,185
7,652
Ind.
Fort Wayne
Asheville
N. C
.
2,996
it
4,223
Charlotte
"
13,730 Gary
11
1,932
Hammond
Durham
"
6,075
it
Indianapolis
51,663
Greensboro
n
3,811
it
9,657
Raleigh
1
1
S ,616 South Bend
it
5,202
Terre Haute
Wilmington
"
2,266
5,358
Cedar Rapids
Iowa
Winston-Salem
n
8,193
it
1,419
Clinton
Charleston
S. C.
4,589
ti
4,830
Columbia
"
5,767 Davenport
it
19,551
Greenville
”
3,552 Des Moines
ti
2,129
Spartanburg
n
2,144 Dubuque
ti
2,059
Mason City
Danville
Va.
1,475
it
734
Muscatine
Lynchburg
"
3,203
tt
8,921
Newport News
”
3,105 Sioux City
tt
4,186
Norfolk
"
12,868 Waterloo
Mich.
865
Portsmouth
”
1,105 Adrian
tt
2,557
Battle Creek
Richmond
"
33,506
tt
2,507
Roanoke
"
6,193 Bay City
it
197,491
Charleston
W. Va,
11,065 Detroit
it
5,539
Huntington
”
3,505 Flint
ti
11,903
Grand Rapids
11
3,408
Jackson
DISTRICT NO. 6— ATLANTA
tt
5,508
Birmingham
Ala.
19,386 Kalamazoo
it
5,298
Dothan
"
710 Lansing
tt
5,456
Mobile
«
8,350 Saginaw
3,558
Wis.
Montgomery
"
4,445 Green Bay
ti
1,622
Jacksonville
Fla.
l6,l4l Manitowoc
tt
55,162
Miami
«
10,149 Milwaukee
tt
1,962
Pensacola
n
2,186 Oshkosh
ti
4,317
Tampa
n
7,331 Sheboygan



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Form F. R. 285“b
DEBITS BY BANKS IK EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED JULY 24, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont*d)
DISTRICT KO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
1,747
Okla,
Ark.
1,213 Muskogee
El Dorado
t
t
i
t
20,333
Oklahoma City
2,555
Fort Smith
t
t
597
Okmulgee
246
Helena
"
t
t
30,843
Tulsa
8,378
Little Rock
”
Wyo,
1,393
Casper
1,566
Pine Bluff
1
1
t
t
1,674
Cheyenne
Texarkana
"
481
(See also Tex.)
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
East St. Louis & Nat'l
Ariz,
2,427
111,
8,936 Tucson
Stock Yards
t
t
La,
10,079
Shreveport
1,917
Quincy
N. M.
825
Ind,
Evansville
7,505 Roswell
1,728
Tex,
Abilene
Ky.
Louisville
36,443
t
t
t
t
6,l4l
Austin
Owensboro
1,269
t
t
6,060
Beaumont
Miss,
Greenville
870
i
t
Corsicana
651
St, Louis
136,900
t
t
57,144
Dallas
Sedalia
439
t
t
5,763
Springfield
3,547 El Paso
t
t
Fort Worth
18,011
Tenn,
Memphis
24,113
!
l
Galveston
5,316
t
t
Houston
60,753
DISTRICT NO. 9 MINNEAPOLIS
t
t
2,496
Minn,
Duluth
10,733 Port Arthur
t
t
t
t
San Antonio
15,513
Minneapolis
74,236
t
t
Red Wing
386 Texarkana
746
(See also Ark.)
St. Paul
34,511
t
t
2,538
South St. Paul
6,006 Tyler
t
t
2,784
Waco
Winona
1,263
t
t
4,034
Mont,
2,668 Wichita Falls
Billings
t
t
Helena
2,760
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
N, D,
Dickinson
253
Ariz,
9,064
t
t
Phoenix
4,72.6
Fargo
4,070
Calif,
t
t
Bakersfield
1,021
Grand Forks
tt
5,472
t
t
Berkeley
Jamestown
.7
33
tt
t
t
6,695
Fresno
908
Minot
ft
8,908
Aberdeen
1,363 Long Beach
tt
199,492
1
!
Los Angeles
4,049
Sioux Falls
tt
23,599
Wis.
La Crosse
2,163 Oakland
tt
5,632
?
!
1,140 Pasadena
Superior
tt
Sacramento
26,973
tt
2 ,7 2 8
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
tt
10,877
San Diego
Colo.
Colorado Springs
2,809
tt
183,432
i
t
34,722 San Francisco
Denver
tt
t
t
5,312
678 San Jose
Grand Junction
tt
t
t
2,365
Santa Barbara
Pueblo
2,963
tt
4,437
Stockton
Kans.
Atchison
699
Id ah o
t
t
4,307
Hutchison
3,746 Boise
t
t
lle v f
3,105
Reno
Independence
596
O re .
t
t
1,882
Eugene
Kansas City
3,573
tt
t
t
Portland
39,607
Lawrence
803
tt
t
t
4,533
Pittsburgh
864 Salem
t
t
U ta h
2,782
Ogden
Topeka
4,155
tt
t
t
Salt Lake City
15,197
Wichita
10,167
Wash.
1,554
Mo .
Joplin
2,076 Bellingham
tt
t
t
Everett
1,813
Kansas City
79,322
tt
t
t
Seattle
49,108
St, Joseph
6,542
tt
11,922
Neb.
Fremont
573 Spokane
tt
t
t
Tacoma
8,881
Lincoln
5,872.
tf
t
t
Walla Walla
1,651
Omaha
36,648
tt
2,691
Albuquerque
N. M»
3,800 Yakima
Okla.
Bartlesville
6,405
t
t
Enid
3,904
t
t
Guthrie
323