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STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
-

S t .2039.
Federal Reserve Board
june
X921 .

Sunday morning, June 12;
not earlier.
BAM DEBITS

Volume of business, as measured by debits to individual accounts reported
to the Federal Reserve Board for banks in 1 53 important clearing house centers,
shows an increase from $6,997,000,000 for the week ending June 1 to $7,237,000,000
for the week ending June 8. In view of the fact that the previous week contained
only five business days, a fairer comparison is on the basis of average daily
volume of debits, On this basis the most recent week shows a volume of
$1,306,000,000, compared with $1,399,000,000 the week before - a decrease of J
Smaller figures for the week are shown for all the important centers,
with the exception of New Orleans, where May 30 is not observed as a holiday.
As compared with the corresponding week in 1920, debits for the week ending
t !!,
$1,071,000,000, on about i2 per cent, this lag behind last
year s figures being much smaller than/the preceding two weeks. Debits for the
week under review were smaller than for the corresponding week of last year in
a n leading centers, with the exception of Los Angeles,

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BALKS
.SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Federal
: Number of:_____________________ week ending
Reserve
* centers ♦ *
^_
■
------- --District
: * “ • «. 1 9 a
: June 1 , 1921 .
June 9 , I 920
T

('In thousands of dollars)
S

w

8 £ = Louis
St. £

;

aI

K

l l
' i fg- 256

W
1,08^,760

Minneapolis
J
i l i ’a l l
219,356
Kansas City
iU
I S * 117
175’ g1 1
5
Dallas
J,
^ 6 ,1 1 7 .
198,316
307,lUg
San Francisco
In ------------------------------- ^ 9,801
Z---- ----- — ------ ----------- 335*171______________ «vS5,g6i
-------QTAti_______ *53________ 7 , 836,790________ 6 , 997,182
8 , 907,710
9
10
11
12

REPORTING CENTERS BYFEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
B^gor

^

thousands of dollars)

l^lgg

,

Boston
(*242,839) 323,516
(*206,970)
FallRiver
5,030

2 6 9 ^ 18

2g6 > i

Holyoke

1^663
2.397

23,'859
4 xfio
r mu

Lowe11

Manchester
New Bedford
NewHaven
Portland
Providence
Springfield
raterbury
rorcester

2,961
M 05
5 299
5*685

^543

3 634

4

^ 0r

^ g

g ,001
30,784

5,^93
« .g |

I

6 453
25' 936
lU 55! , ?

“ - g*

?

f ’ f2?

1 3 , 951*

DISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
f 1*33?7 *
Bj.ng.iamton

26,535 •
4,025

Buffal°

55,351

5^ss ax c
” sliT

5,524-

Rochester
S^acuse



22,673
3473
UM 37

3' 79f ,3aC
^,596

26 653
k 7 ?

65 III
‘*'"S”CU 2
°
r

33,150
z j m
36615
114,216
_
! 2 ,S33
l 7 ’o93
* Debits of banks which submitted reports in I 92O

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
St. 2039a.
:_________________________ Week ending________________
June 9 . 1920
June 8. 1921
June 1. 1921
(In thou sands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 3 PHILADELPHIA
A1toona
>,242
*2,763
2,823
Chester
^,095
3 ,^ 7
5 , 3 a)
I:
Karri sburg
7,210
5 , 37^
Johnstown
,055
4,985
Lancaster
I: £ 3
^
M oi
6,069
295,273
261,125
347,442
Philadelphia
Reading
.2,635
7,3^5
Scranton
15,235
1 2 , 76s
15,9^7
10,706
8,800
12,762
Trenton
8,611
7,181
8,451
Wilkes-Barre
3,663
3,258
4,095
Williamsport
Wilmington
7,919
6,297
7 , 13 s
York
3,84i
3 , 31 ^
M 64
DISTRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland.
Columbus
Dayton
Erie
Greensburg
Lexington
Oil City
Pittsburgh
Springfield
Toledo
R eeling
Youngstown
DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Baltimore
Charleston
Charlotte
Columbia
Greenville, S. C.
Huntington
Norfolk
Raleigh
Richmond
Washington
Wilmington
DISTRICT No. 6 - ATLANTA
Atlanta
Augusta
Birmingham
Chattanooga
Jacksonville
Knoxville
Macon
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashville
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah
Tampa
Vicksburg




13,981
55,066
118,237
25,649

10,107
48,421
103,042

23,497

12,634
5,898

11,448

3»331
+
3,5^1
2,301
156,970

3,872
3,173
2,035
135,766
3,126
19,932
7,688
10,138

3,889
19,211
8,089
9,915

91,179
6,011
5,409

5,458

88,938
5,186

32,112
160,867
29,018
1 2 ,11 1
8,227
4,066
5,254

3,292
184,945
4,045

23,863
10,675
1 2 , 3^

106,658
9,419
7,640
7,701

3,791

5,043
3,958

3 ,115
5,173

4,178

l4 ,i4 6
4,050

11,^63
3,700

25,262
42,556
4,728

22,123
36,483
4,376

24,i6o

22,622

4,923

4,801

13,226
7,670
10,024

1 2,520

16,3^1

6,703
10,323
5,127

12,320
13,580
7,331
6,563

5,565
3,555
6,073
3,011

18,828
^ 6,756
1,626 1
,505

2,200

3,651
5,337

2,785
15,053

51,239
•
2,818

9,581
5 , 09s

8,734
5,^13

1,345

1,036

5 , 91*1
21,107
4,572
26, 6o4

30,660
8,727

8 ,9 ^
5,706

27,065
76,791
15,539
6,029
1,972

DEBITS TO INDIVI3D fA ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
t fc
Week ending
June 8, 1921
June 1, 1921
DISTRICT No. 7 - CHICAGO
Bay City
Bloomington
Cedar" Rapids
Chicago
Davenport
Decatur
Des Moines
Detroit
Dubuque
Flint
, F t . Wayne
Grand Rapids
Indianapolis
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Milwaukee
Moline
Peoria
Rockford
Sioux City
South Bend
Springfield, 1 1 1 .
Waterloo
DISTRICT No. 8 - ST. LOUIS
• East St. Louis and
N at'l. Stock Yards
Evansville
Little Rock
Louisville
(* 23 , 756 )
Memphis
Quincy
St. Louis (*121,910)
Springfield, Mo.
DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen
Billings
Duluth
Fargo
Grand Forks
Great Falls
Helena
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Sioux Falls
Superior
Winona
DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison
Bartlesville
Cheyenne
Colorado Springs
Denver
Joplin
Kansas City, Elans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Ctoaha
Pueblo
St. Joseph
Topeka
Tulsa
Wichita



2,244
2*371
9.851*

51k,82k
6,915
3.197
18,354
102,337
2,767
5.079
6,028
17,750
33.374
2 , 51s
4,107
5.392
50,543
2,511
8,334
4,842
8,528
6,522
5.093
2,868

2,180

2,061

2,763
1,199
2,234
3,362

June 9, 1920

3,186
3,064

11,900

8,767
532,241
5.479
3,021+

682,780
9,1+21+

11,560
102,150
2 , 651+

11+0,020

4,874

6,215
15.676
26,392
3,516
3,431
3.940
46,359
1,718
6,425
4,179
6,732
5.237
4,708
2 , 161+

9,398
7,143
4,987
4,138
1,30k
8,931
30 , 1+16
(*19,721) 2i+,9l6
18,855
15.373
2,4l4
1,998
136,961+ (*122,873) 133,993
3,450
2,956
1.436
1,888
18,917

S t.2039.b

4,372
24,363
3,921
10 , 23s
8 , 1+69
20,352

37,934
3,731
5,305

7,208
62,297

12,901
6,S74

16 , 1+16
5,133
4,872

5,615
9,075
32,717
30,202
141,747

1.123

2,01+1+

1.395
19.803

2 , 41+3
23,131

2,152
972

1,662
1,715

81,521
28,053
4,111
1,1+87
973

56,861
22,215

1.179
1.956
1.998

3,877
1.959
1.975
2 , 52s
90,394
35,843
8,0l+2
2,365

1,055

2,226
33,384

2,262
3.501
73,288
3,743
19,837
45,478

3.517
1,1+61+
895

1,971
1.753
2,118
29.232
1.955
3.039
62, 1+63

3.601
16,326
33 ,sis
2,924

15.117
4,077
17,183

12,067

13,176
2,818
15,670
10,376

1,250

3,915

1 , 621+
3,254
43,616
4,430
3,221

86,555
5,625
26,371

60,503
3,975

20,083
7,572
26,387
13,992

♦Debits of banks which submitted reports' in 1920,

St.2039c
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEANING HOUSE BANKS
Week ending
June 8, 1921 : June 1, 1921 : June 9, 1920
~
(In thousands of dollars)
Albuquerque
Austin
Beauront
Dallas
El Paso
Ft. Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Shreveport
Texarkana, Texas
Tucson
Waco
DISTRICT No, 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Berkeley
Boise
Fresno
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Oakland
Ogden
Pasadena
Portland
Eeno
Sacramento
Salt Lake City
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
' ;
.Seattle
Spokane
Stockton
Tacoma
Yakima




8,459

1,933

9.249
IS ,840
18,774
23,376
8 *,071
6,371
1,098
1,852
3 .I 36

2,611

10,715
1,917
2,159
4,485
3,140
3.505

1.355
2,717
2,454
27,325
6,487
17,430
20,639
20,740

31,066

3.217
2,200
8.S02
6,112
104,294
20,390
3.243
5.5^5
30,758

2,191
3,854
4,782
38,107
11*042
24,128
6,802
29,305
10,314

5.779
1,113
1,580
2,550

2,243
2,794
3.5^1

1,690

•

6,795
4,347
89,482
17,101
3,000
3,908
30,336
2,199

10,606
■ 5.340
98.774

30,620
4,102
5,411
45,378
3.132

14,833
16 ,064

10,365
10 ,115

13.065
17,622

8,220

5.823
157,214
3,370
26,184

8,381
203,758
4,909
45,120

176,727
,
4,035
37,844
12,034
4,184
9,086

2,031

8,912
3,226
7,174
1,997

13,608
4,760
11,544
3,086