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F E D E R A L

RESERVE

statistical
For

BANK DEBITS
AND DEPOSIT TURNOVER

release

SXig"86

Bank debits to demand deposit accounts (except interbank and U. S. Government
accounts) for the month of May of banks in 225 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas
and other centers, were $5,797*5 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate. This is
2.3 per cent lover than the previous month and 20.1 per cent higher than May 1965.
New York area banks reported a decrease of 3.7 per cent from the preceding
month and an increase of 25.3 per cent over May a year ago. Month ago comparisons showed
a slight increase in the 6 Other Centers; and decreases of 1.2 per cent and 2.4 per cent
at the 224 Centers and 218 Centers. When compared to a year ago these three classifications
showed percentage increases of 21.1, 16.6, and 13.9, respectively.
In May, demand deposit turnover declined slightly from the record April rate at
banks in the 225 reporting centers. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of turnover
at these banks is estimated at 52.4, 11.5 per cent higher than a year ago. Turnover
increased at banks in the 6 Other Centers classification, but it declined in the New York
area and in the 218 Other Centers.

TOTAL
225
CENTERS

DEBITS TO D E M A N D DEPOSIT A C C O U N T S
(IN B I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
LEADING CENTERS
TOTAL 224
C WTI T EL.R\ J
W EN 1 RS
(EXCLUDES N Y )
NY
6 OTHERS*

T U R N O V E R OF D E M A N D D E P O S I T S
218
OTHER
CENTERS

SEASONALLY
1965

MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER

1966

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
 M A Y



TOTAL
225
CENTERS

ADJU!iTED A N N U A L

LEADING CENTERS
NY

6

OTHERS*

TOTAL 224
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES NY)

218
OTHER
CENTERS

RATES

4,825.6
5,327.8
5,302.6
5,146.8
5,126.9
5,129.9
5,408.3
5,523.1

1,954.1
2,308.4
2,281.6
2,128.0
2,104.3
2,061.0
2,229.4
2,273.5

1,082.7
1,146.8
1,149.5
1,141.0
1,142.9
1,165.4
1,215.0
1,234.5

2,871.5
3,019.4
3,021.0
3,018.8
3,022.6
3,068.9
3,178.9
3,249.6

1,788.8
1,872.6
1,871.5
1,877.8
1,879.7
1,903.5
1,963.9
2,015.1

47.0
50.9
49.3
48.4
47.2
47.4
50.5
50.6

96.0
107.0
104.9
99.4
95.4
96.3
104.7
102.2

44.3
45.5
44.4
44.9
44.1
43.8
47.6
47.7

34.7
36.3
35.1
35.5
35.3
35.1
37.0
37.5

30.6
32.2
31.1
31.7
31.4
31.4
32.1
33.3

5,509.6
5,605.6
5,811.7
5,934.1
5,797.5

2,311.5
2,341.7
2,414.6
2,544.0
2,449.4

1,218.4
1,251.2
1,336.6
1,304.2
1,311.3

3,198.1
3,263.9
3,397.1
3,390.1
3,348.1

1,979.7
2,012.7
2,060.5
2,085.9
2,036.8

50.7
50.9
52.3
52.8
52.4

104.5
105.6
107.1
112.0
109.3

47.3
47.6
49.1
47.8
49.8

37.0
37.0
38.3
37.7
37.8

32.7
32.5
33.5
33.3
32.8

* BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, CHICAGO, DETROIT, SAN

F R A N C I S C O - O A K L A N D , AND

LOS A N G E L E S - L O N G

BEACH

SMSA'S.

BANK DEBITS - MAY 1966
(IN MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )
DEBITS TO DEMAND DEPOSITS
MAY 1966
PER CENT CHANGE FROM
MONTH AGO
YEAR AGO
SEASONALLY ApJUSTED A N N U A L RATES

DISTRICT N O . 1

BOSTON

CONNECTICUT

HARTFORD
NEW HAVEN
NEW LONDON-GROTON-NORWICH
WATERBURY

MAINE

BANGOR*
LEWISTON-AUBURN
PORTLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

-4.9
— 9.6
4-4.2
-1.9

892.8
766.6
3,299.2

BOSTON
BROCKTON
FALL RIVER
LAWRENCE-HAVERHILL
LOWELL

32,346.8
6,866.7
2.156.7
3.017.3

+ 9.2
-1.5

129,105.5
1.590.8
1.123.1
2,117.0
1.739.8

-4.1
-2.4
-2.9
— 1.4

+ .8

+ 1.0

NEW BEDFORD
PITTSFIELD
SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYOKE
WORCESTER

1.486.4
1.198.2
8.191.5
6.083.9

— .4
+ .4
+ 2.9
+ 3.5

NEW HAMPSHIRE

CONCORD*
MANCHESTER

647.7
1,718.5

-2.6

RHODE

PROVIDENCE-PAWTUCKET

16,723.3

+ 7.3

1,312.5

+ .2

ISLAND

BURLINGTON*

VERMONT

DISTRICT NO. 1 TOTALS
DISTRICT NO.

+ .1

2 - NEW YORK
7,384.4
3,925.8

CONNECTICUT

BRIDGEPORT
STAMFORD

NEW JERSEY

JERSEY CITY
NEWARK
PATERSON—CLI FT ON—PASSAIC

NEW YORK

BINGHAMTON
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
ROCHESTER
SYRACUSE
UTICA-ROME
DISTRICT

DISTRICT NO.

222.384.3

—.6

17,417.1
52,942.8

20,262.0

-7.9

+.6

+ 18.2
-2.8
-2.7

3,764.7
27,146.8
2,449,386.0
16,129.4
12,421.4
3,936.1
NO.

2

TOTALS

-1.3
-8.9
-3.7
— 16.7

2.614.716.6

-3.7

+ 2.2

-3.5

3 - PHILADELPHIA
42,501.1

+ 6.1

DELAWARE

WILMINGTON

NEW JERSEY

ATLANTIC CITY
TRENTON

2.233.4
9.842.6

-7.3
-4.1

PENNSYLVANIA

ALTOONA
HARRISBURG
JOHNSTOWN
LANCASTER
LEBANON*
LEHIGH VALLEY

1,048.9
5,515.2
1.408.7
4,415.9
585.1
6,264.9

-7.6
-4.3

PHILADELPHIA
READING
SCRANTON
WILKES-BARRE
WILLIAMSPORT*
YORK

153,539.7
4,574.9
2,941.6
3,361.1
902.8
4.588.5

-3.5
-5.9
-.9
-2.4
-2.4

243.724.2

-1.9

DISTRICT NO. 3 TOTALS
*

CITY ONLY




-2.1

+ 1.5
-6.3
-3.3

-1.2

BANK D E B I T S - M A Y 1966
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
D E B I T S TO D E M A N D D E P O S I T S
PER CENT C H A N G E FROM
M A Y 1966
M O N T H AGO 1 YFAR AGO.
SEASONAL!Y ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND

3,415.8

-1.9

AKRON
CANTON
CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS

13.073.6
4.647.1
34.470.7
74,887.2
30,984.2

+ .5
-1.7
-4.3

DAYTON
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN
LIMA
LORAIN-ELYRIA
SPRINGFIELD

12,318.0
2.458.2
1.345.2
1,857.1
1.745.0

-5.5

S T E U B E N V I L L E - W E I R T O N , W. V A .
TOLEDO
YOUNGSTOWN

1.438.3
14,820.0
6.953.1

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON

OHIO

PENNSYLVANIA
WEST

3,737.5
101,152.7

ERIE
PITTSBURGH
WHEELING

VIRGINIA

M

DISTRICT NO.

STRICT

-2.2
+ 9.4

+ .2
-2.8
+ .3

— .6
+ 6.4
— •6

+ 3.5
-8.3

+ 6.1

2, 105.0
NO.

4

TOTALS

+ 1.6

311,408,7

+ 1-4

5 - RICHMOND

D I S T R I C T OF
COLUMBIA

WASHINGTON

57,246.9

-6.4

MARYLAND

BALTIMORE

40,693.0

-2.9

NORTH C A R O L I N A

ASHEVILLE
CHARLOTTE
DURHAM
G R E E N S B O R O - H I G H POINT
RALEIGH
WINSTON-SALEM

13,879.3
2.409.3
6.549.4
8,873.7
7.500.4

1,821.8

+ 3.0
-1.7
-7.1
— 4.0
-7.2
-3.2

3.030.5
5.862.0
4.611.1

+ .3
-3.4

CHARLESTON
COLUMBIA
GREENVILLE

SOUTH C A R O L I N A

WEST

DISTRICT

ALABAMA

FLORIDA

-11.0

4.746.6
3,064.1

-11.9

KY.

NO. 5 T O T A L S

195,890.4

-5.3

CHARLESTON
HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND

VIRGINIA

DISTRICT

1.467.2
2.645.7
7.726.8
19,686.7
4 * 066•0

LYNCHBURG
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON
NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH
RICHMOND
ROANOKE

VIRGINIA

NO.

6

+ .8

-.9
-4.0
-12.0
-4.0

-1.8

ATLANTA

BIRMINGHAM
GADSDEN
H U N T SVILLE
MOBILE
MONTGOMERY
TUSCALOOSA

15,947.6
735.2
2,059.9
5, 1 0 1 . 5
3.243.5
1,003.7

-12.1
-1.8

FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOCD
JACKSONVILLE
MIAMI
ORLANDO
PENSACOLA
TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG
WEST PALM B E A C H

6,750.0
16,652.5
23,794.0
5, 7 6 0 . 1
2.433.6
13,703.3
5,267.0

-9.0
+ 2.7


http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ P R E V I O U S P E R I O D R E V I S E D .
R Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

+ .1

-19.8
-9.7
-2.7

-2.2
-.2

+ 1.4
-4.3

— 6.2

BANK D E B I T S - MAY 1966
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
HFRITS

MAY
DISTRICT

NO. A

m N T T N11FD

1966

To

NFMABN DEPOSITS
PER C E N T C H A N G E FROM
M O N T H AGO | YEAR AGO

S E A S O N A L L Y ADJ U S T E D A N N U A

RATES

GEORGIA

ALBANY
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
MACON
SAVANNAH

1,012.2
48,250.7
2,972.2
2,411.8
2,422.4
2,836.2

-5.3
-7.0
+ 1.6
+ .7
-11.9
-6.2

+ .1
+ 10.4
+39.2
+ 8.3
+ 6.6
+4.1

LOUISIANA

BATON ROUGE
LAFAYETTE
LAKE C H A R L E S
NEW O R L E A N S

5,435.6
1,424.2
1,570.8
28,646.5

—6.2
+ 5.7
-6.3
+ .6

+ 15.7
+ 19.4
+ 22.5
+ 17.0

MISSISSIPPI

JACKSON

7,027.5

+ .9

+ 18.5

TENNESSEE

CHATTANOOGA
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE

6,615.3
5,025.6
15,609.6

— 8.8
-8.6R
+ .9

+ 19.6
+ 2.8
+ 13.2

233.712.9

-4.4R

+13.7R

niSTRICT NO. 6 TOTALS
DISTRICT NO.

7 - CHICAGO
2,033.9
430,253.5
2,932.1
5,856.6
5,908.3
4,452.9
3,088.6

-9.3
-1.5
+ 20.1
-1.0
—.8
+ 10.9
+ 6.8

+25.1
+ 20.4
+38.5
+ 19.0
+15.8
+ 16.8
+ 17.1

FORT W A Y N E
GARY-HAMMOND
INDIANAPOLIS
MUNCIE
SOUTH B E N D
TERRE H A U T E

6,482.6
6,669.2
28,923.5
1,902.5
5,137.8
2,048.1

+ .7
+ 1.3
— 1.8
+ 9.1
+ 5.1
+ .6

+20.1
+20.9
+26.9
+ 16.5
+ 17.5
+ 14.5

IOWA

CEDAR RAPIDS
DES MOINES
DUBUQUE
SIOUX C I T Y
WATERLOO

3,065.1
14,644.4
1,336.1
3,098.0
2,024.7

+ 1.0
-1.8
-5.6
-5.4
+ .5

+ 19.9
+ 7.8
+ 9.2
+ 13.0
+ 12.6

MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR
BAY C I T Y
DETROIT
FLINT
GRAND RAPIDS

2,580.2
1,202.1
172,923.4
4,694.0
9,075.9

+ 7.1R
+ 5.6
+ 5.1
-4.4
+ 1.4

+ 19.2
+ 16.3
+ 16.7
+7.8
+ 17.3

ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN-URBANA
CHICAGO
DECATUR
PEORIA
QUAD CITIES
ROCKFORD
SPRINGFIELD

INDIANA

JACKSON
KALAMAZOO
LANSING
MUSKEGON
SAGINAW
WISCONSIN

2,095.3
3,161.7
4,421.9
1,732.5
3,101.1

+ .4
-5.0
— 6.2
-7.2
+ 1.1

+ 18.8
+ 10.2
+ 7.6
+20.4
+ 13.4

G R E E N BAY
KENOSHA
MADISON
MILWAUKEE
RACINE

2,091.8
1.038.6
4,252.0
39,035.1
2.266.7

-5.4
-4.7
-.7
-10.9
-3.9

+ 15.0
+ 1.7
+ 14.3
+ 11.4
+ 7.9

DISTRICT NO. 7 TOTALS
R - PREVIOUS PERIOD REVISED.




7fll.530.1

-.4R

+18.5

BANK DEBITS - MAY 1966
(IN MILLIONS OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT N O . 8 - ST. LOUIS

DFRITS TO DEMAND DEPOSITS
MAY 1966
| PPR C F N T C H A N G E F R O M
M O N T H A G O 1 YFAR AGO
SEASONALLY AD.IIJSTED ANNUAL RATES
601.4
1,692.5
329.5
5,605.0
1,144.5
1,070.7

+ 3.6
-1.2
+ 15.7
-15.9
-3.5
— 1.6

+ 1.5
+ 14.0
+ 36.3
+ 6.2
+ 8.2
+ 19.7

897.9

-1.0

+23.7

EVANSVILLE

4,054.2

+ 5.7

+11.5

KENTUCKY

LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO*
PADUCAH*

19,497.6
1,067.4
831.5

+ 1.1
+ 8.1
-.4

+ 16.6
+ 7.3
+33.5

MISSISSIPPI

GREENVILLE*

606.5

-12.7

+4.4

MISSOURI

CAPE G I R A R D E A U *
HANNIBAL*
ST. LOUIS
SEDALIA*
SPRINGFIELD

468.7
217.9
78,230.8
303.8
2,288.8

+ 5.3
-7.2
+ 3.9
-3.4
+ 3.2

+25.5
+ 12.9
+ 12.5
+6.8
+9.5

TENNESSEE

JACKSON*
MEMPHIS

684.2
19,955.1

-11.1
-8.3

+ 19.1
+ 10.1

139,548.1

+ .3

+ 12.5

3,454.2
71,464.1

— 6.8
-4.9

+ 15.4
+ 22.5

ARKANSAS

EL D O R A D O *
FORT SMITH
HELENA*
LITTLE ROCK
PINE BLUFF
TEXARKANA

ILLINOIS

QUINCY*

INDIANA

DISTRICT NO. 8 TOTALS
DISTRICT NO.

9 - MINNEAPOLIS

MINNESOTA

D U L U T H — S U P E R I O R , WISC.
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL

MONTANA

BILLINGS
GREAT FALLS

1,592.5
1,570.5

-4.7
-2.2

+ 10.4
+ 14.9

NORTH DAKOTA

FARGO-MOORHEAD, MINN.

2,172.6

+ 3.0

+ 9.2

SOUTH DAKOTA

SIOUX FALLS

2,192.6

-3.1

+ 21.0

82.446.5

-4.7

+ 71.3

2,239.0
31,323.0
1,359.0

-13.0
-1.8
-9.4

+ 9.5
+ 20.9
+ 2.0

4,637.0
8,237.0

— 6.7
-2.4

+ 20.4
+ 14.2

DISTRICT NO. 9 TOTALS
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
COLORADO

C O L O R A D O SPRINGS
DENVER
PUEBLO

KANSAS

TOPEKA
WICHITA

MISSOURI

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI-KANSAS
ST. JOSEPH

43,830.0
1,949.0

-1.5
-.9

+21.9
+ 10.4

NEBRASKA

LINCOLN
OMAHA, NEBRASKA-IOWA

3,805.0
15,698.0

+ 8.6
—1.6

+ 19.8
+ 13.9

NEW MEXICO

ALBUQUERQUE

4,653.0

-3.7

+ 12.9

OKLAHOMA

LAWTON
OKLAHOMA CITY
TULSA

702.0
15,893.0
17,523.0

+ 3.5
-3.5
-3.9

+3.5
+ 9.5
+ 17.5

151.848.0

— 2.4

+ 17,5

DISTRICT NO. 10 TOTALS
CITY ONLY




BANK DEL ITS - MAY 1966
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTR IC1 NO. 11 - DALLAS

DEBITS TO DEMAND DEPOSITS
PER CENT CHANGE FROM
MAY 1966
1 MONTH AGO 1 YFAR AGO
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

ARIZONA

TUCSON

3,808.4

-10.0

LOUISIANA

MONROE
SHREVEPORT

1,888.4
5,316.3

>2.6
+ 3.8

+13.2R
+11.8R

NEW MEXICO

ROSWELL*

627.9

+ 3.7

+ 3.2

TEXAS

ABILENE
AMAR!LLO
AUSTIN
BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR
BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO

1,802.6
4,394.7
4,112.6
5,006.8
1,378.2

-4.1
+ .2
-5.1
— 6.3
-4.6

+ 7.6
+14.6R
+ 11.6
+ 12.5
+ 8.3

CORPUS CHRISTI 2/
CORSICANA*
DALLAS
EL PASO
FORT WORTH

3,574.5
353.1
62,257.9
5,008.1
14,396.5

-4.7
+ 4.6
+ 2.4
+ 4.1
+ 4.5

+8.7R
+ 24.6
+18.3R
+ .2
+14.4R

GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY
HOUSTON 1/
LAREDO
LUBBOCK
MIDLAND

1,931.1
59,124.8
538.0
3,660.7
1,484.8

-1.3
— 8.1
+ 3.1
+ 2.1
-7.7

+ 2.6
+10.5R
+ 8.1
+ 3.7
— 18.6

ODESSA
SAN ANGELO
SAN ANTONIO
TYLER
WACO
WICHITA FALLS

1,202.3
871.5
11,913.5
1,538.7
1,966.8
2,173.1

+ 1.4
-5.6
+ 3.6
-3.8
-12.2
+ 5.2

+ 8.5
+ 9.2
+15.2R
+ 8.0
+ 8.4R
+ 16.7

200.331.5

-1.9

+17-6*

16,011.6

-1.9

+ 13.7

DISTRICT NO. 11 TOTALS

+4.7

DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
ARIZONA

PHOENIX

CALIFORNIA

ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVE
BAKERSFI ELD
FRESNO
LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH
SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERS I DE-ONTARIO

14,894.7
4,636.7
5,881.3
238,818.2
10,342.8

-7.1
-2.1
-5.2
-3.7
-11.2

+ 10.4
+ 6.5
+ 3.1
+ 17.4
+ 8.8

SAN DIEGO
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
SAN JOSE
SANTA BARBARA
STOCKTON

18,664.9
186,681.3
16,986.8
3,054.7
3,782.9

-3.4
+ 11.3
-6.4
-7.7
— 6.3

+ 20.4
+ 39.6
+ 16.5
+ 9.6
+ 10.8

IDAHO

BOISE

2,648.0

-8.9

+ 10.0

NEVADA

LAS VEGAS
RENO

4,086.1
2,717.2

-8.3
-7.4

+ 7.8
+ 7.5

OREGON

EUGENE
PORTLAND

2,601.9
22,975.4

-6.4
-3.7

+ 5.8
+ 10.0

UTAH

OGDEN
SALT LAKE CITY

1,596.9
12,331.5

-5.1
-5.2

+ 1.8
+ 13.2

WASHINGTON

SEATTLE-EVERETT
SPOKANE
TACOMA

38,163.9
5,205.4
5,849.9

-.1
-2.7
-12.4

+ 22.0
+ 11.5
+ 25.2

617,932.4

+ .1

1 +22,2

DISTRICT NO. 12 TOTALS

* NOT AN SMSA BUT REPORTED ON A COUNTY BASIS.
R - PREVIOUS PERIOD REVISED.
1/ REVISIONS H SMSA BOUNDARIES FOR CORPUS CHRISTI AND HOUSTON INCREASED REPORTED DEBITS IN 1966 BY
 APPROXIMATELY $225 and $1,400 MILLION, RESPECTIVELY.