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Form F. R. 285
For immediate release

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
BANK DEBITS

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
June 3 , 1940

Debits to deposit accounts (except interbank accounts), as reported by
banks in leading cities for the week ended May 29, aggregated $8 ,825^,000,000. Total
debits during the 13 weeks ended May 29 amounted to $112,733,000,000, or 9 percent
above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago*
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Week e ided
i
May 31,
May 29,
1940
1939
356
463
2,988
3,885
498
499
420
584
304
229
200
229
1,272
1,003
322
337
128
165

13 weeks ended —
May 29,
May 31,
1940
1939
Boston
6,018
5,529
Hew York
49,324
-46,757
Philadelphia
5,396
5,734
Cleveland
7,171
6,133
Richmond
3,998
3,4-92
Atlanta
3,387
2,959
Chicago
1 - 508
4,
16,509
St. Louis
2,984
3,317
Minneapolis
2,304
1,912
Kansas City
250
230
3,427
3,181
Dallas
158
2,448
197
2,74-1
San Francisco
64-1
528
8,046
8,803
Total, 274 reporting centers
8,825
7,059
112,733
103,345
New York City*
2,756
3,609
43,160
45,311
140 Other leading centers*
3,761
4,552
58,341
52,057
133 Other centers
664
542
9,082
8,129
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED MAY 29,1940
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 " NEW YORK (Cont’
*
d)
Hartford
Conn.
Elmira
N. Y,
3,226
49,663
n
New Haven
Jamestown
17,119
3,04-1
«
Waterbury
New York
7,061
3,609,382
Bangor
Maine
Poughkeepsie
3,670
3,651
«
Portland
Rochester
8,471
26,315
Boston
Mass.
Syracuse
292,821
18,402
t
t
Brockton
Utica
3,361
7,088
t
t
Fall River
4,030
t
t
Holyoke
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
2,844
t
i
Lowell
Wilmington
Del.
3,316
24,407
i
t
Lynn
Camden
N. J.
4,542
11,893
i
t
1
1
New Bedford
Trenton
3,851
13,667
t
i
Springfield
Allentown
Penna,
14-,549
5,513
t
t
t
i
Worcester
Altoona
12,904
2,528
Manchester
t
t
N. H.
Chester
2,522
3,423
i
t
Providence
R. I,
Harrisburg
29,888
8,644
t
i
Burlington
Vt.
Hazleton
2,510
2,453
i
t
Johnstown
3,521
n
DISTRICT NO. 2 - HEW YORK
Lancaster
5,541
t
t
Stamford
Conn.
Lebanon
4,664
1,707
t
i
Montclair
N. J.
Norristown
2,290
3,134
i
t
t
t
Newark
Philadelphia
65,790
379,651
t
i
Northern New Jersey
Reading
8,997
t
t
Clearing House Assn.
Scranton
39,658
10,475
i
t
t
i
Passaic
Wilkes-Barre
7,170
5,539
t
t
Albany
N. Y.
Williamsport
2,721
30,889
t
t
t
t
Binghamton
York
4-,908
5,547
t
t
Buffalo
57,419

*Centers for which bank debit figures are available back to 1919.



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DEBITS BY BANKS IK EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED IIAY 29, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
RESTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont*d)
DISTRICT HO. A - CLEVELAND
Ga.
1,084
Albany
Ky.
Lexington
3,743
tt
48,327
Atlanta
16,623
Ohio
.Akron
tt
tt
3,914
Augusta
Canton
8,530
tt
516
tt
Brunswick
78,258
Cincinnati
ti
tt
3,745
Columbus
152,189
Cleveland
1
1
tt
247
Elberton
39,147
Columbus
ti
tt
3,329
Macon
17,188
Dayton
tt
tt
327:
Newnan
Hamilton
2,751
1
1
tt
Savannah.
6,285
3,099
Lina
tt
tt
1,086.
Valdosta
1,470
Lorain
tt
La,
New Orleans
49,033
2,472
Iliddletown
tt
1,032
Miss,
Hattiesburg
Springfield
3,939
1
1
tt
5,106
J ackson
Steubenville
2,791
it
tt
2,542
Meridian
29,164
Toledo
tt
tt
Vicksburg
1,451
2,640
Warren
tt
Tenn,
7,939
Chattanooga
Youngstown
12,049
1
1
t
t
Knoxville
4,123
Zanesville
1,991
tt
18,377
Nashville
Pa.
2,206
Butler
t
t
7,292
Erie
tt
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
742
Franklin
tt
3,040
111,
Aurora
1,796
Greensburg
tt
tt
2,865
Bloomington
Homestead
867
tt
Chanpaign-Urbana tt
3.287
Oil City
2,151
1
1
tt
Chicago
716,973
Pittsburgh
183,871
ti
2,632
Danville
W. Va.
6,806
Wheeling
1
1
4,341
Decatur
1
1
2,390
Elgin
1
1
1,666
Moline
D. C.
Washington
64,239
ti
13,181
Peoria
Md.
Baltimore
95,195
tt
tt
5.834
Rockford
1,756
Cumberland
ti
5,846
tt
Springfield
1,860
Hagerstown
6.834
Ind,
Fort Wayne
2,908
N. C.
Asheville
it
tt
4,325
Gary
13,396
Charlotte
ti
tt
2 j264
Hammond
6,777
Durham
1
1
tt
43,617
Indianapolis
4,570
Greensboro
tt
10,051
tt
South Bend
9,012
Raleigh
tt
it
5,527
Terre Haute
2,719
Wilmington
6,111
Iowa
tt
Cedar Rapids
8,554
Winstonr-Salem
tt
1.287
Clinton
4,429
S. C.
Charleston
ti
4,744
II
Davenport
8,515
Columbia
1
1
19,166
tt
Des Moines
4,067
Greenville
ti
2,246
tt
Dubuque
2,316
Spartanburg
tt
2,086
Mason City
1,797
Danville
Va.
it
879
tt
Muscatine
2,916
Lynchburg
tt
8,373
tt
Sioux City
2,988
Newport News
it
4,278
tt
Waterloo
12,199
Norfolk
872
Mich.
it
Adrian
983
Portsmouth
1
1
2,811
tt
Battle Creek
33,571
Richmond
tt
2,697
ti
Bay City
5,417
Roanoke
tt
Detroit
272,774
10,494
W. Va.
Charleston
it
tt
6,405
Flint
Huntington
3,745
tt
13,309
Grand Rapids
tt
3,351
Jackson
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
ti
5,491
Kalamazoo
Birmingham
Ala.
19,807
1
1
ti
5,247
Lansing
Dothan
567
1
1
5,081
tt
Saginaw
Mobile
9,565
tt
3,459
Wis,
Green Bay
Montgomery
4,765
it
1,435
Manitowoc
Fla.
Jacksonville
16,771
tt
ti
58,995
Milwaukee
Miami
10,673
tt
tt
2,040
Oshkosh
Pensacola
2,097
ti
3.834
tt
Sheboygan
6,576
Tampa




Form F, P. 285-b.
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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK EJDED MAY 29, 1940
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
El Dorado
Ark.
tt
Fort Smith
tt
Helena
ti
Little Rock
tt
Pine Bluff
n
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
East St* Louis & Nat’
l
Stock Yards
111.
n
Quincy
Evansville
Ind,
Louisville
Ky.
tt
Owensboro
Greenville
Miss.
St. Louis
M o.
tt
Sedalia
tt
Springfield
Tenn.
Memphis
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Duluth
Minn.
tt
Minneapolis
tt
Red Wing
tt
St* Paul
tt
South St. Paul
it
Winona
Billings
Mont,
tt
Helena
Dickinson
N. D.
tt
Fargo
tt
Grand Forks
it
Jamestom
»t
Minot
S. D.
Aberdeen
tt
Sioux Falls
La Crosse
Wis.
tt
Superior

1 ,3 0 3
2 ,3 0 4
294
8 ,7 1 1
1 ,2 0 7
523
9 ,5 0 8
1 ,9 9 6
7 ,3 3 6
3 8 ,1 0 1
1 ,1 1 7
998
2 3 2 ,1 0 0
450
4 ,3 7 3
2 7 ,0 0 8

1 2 ,2 5 6
9 3 ,0 7 9
5 18
32 ,4 U
5 ,5 7 9
1 ,2 3 3
2 ,5 5 7

2,301
295
3 ,8 4 9
925
313
73 2
1 ,1 3 ^
4 ,8 3 2
1 ,7 9 5
1 ,0 3 5

DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colorado Springs
Colo.
3 ,0 9 0
tt
■Denver
3 5 ,3 4 2
tt
Grand Junction
725
tt
Pueblo
2 ,8 1 7
Atchison
Kans.
75 2
tt
Hutchinson.
2 ,5 4 7
tt
independence
596
tt
Kansas City
3 ,4 5 0
n
Laurence
596
ti
Pittsburg
902
it
Topeka
2 ,9 3 6
it
Wichita
7 ,7 3 2
Joplin
M o,
2 ,0 0 2
tt
Kansas City
7 9 ,9 4 4
tt
St, Joseph
5 ,9 5 1
Neb,
Fremont
670
ti
Lincoln
5 ,7 5 0
it
Omaha
3 2 ,4 0 8
N. M,
Albuquerque
3 ,6 5 0
Bartlesville
Okla,
4 ,7 0 0
tt
Enid
1,834
n
Guthrie
225



DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
Muskogee
Okla,
1 ,7 9 5
tt
18 ,9 6 3
Oklahoma City
tt
664
Okmulgee
tt
2 6 ,9 6 8
Tulsa
Wyo,
Casper
1 ,1 1 3
tt
1 ,7 7 2
Cheyenne
DISTRICT NO. 1 1
Tucson
Shreveport
Roswell
Abilene
Austin
Beaumont
Corsicana
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
Port Arthur
San Antonio
Texarkana
(See also Ark. )
Tyler
Waco
Wichita Falls

- DALLAS
Ariz.
La.
N . M.
Tex,
tt
tt
tt
tt
ti
tt
tt

DISTRICT NO. 1 2
Phoenix
Bakersfield
Berkeley
Fresno
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Oakland
Pasadena
Sacramento
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
Santa Barbara
Stockton
Boise
Reno
Eugene
Portland
Salem
Ogden
Salt Lake City
Bellingham
Everett
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Walla Walla
Yakima

- SAN FRA1ICISC0
9 ,0 3 0
Ariz*
Calif*
4 ,0 2 1
tt
5 ,2 5 1
8 ,1 6 9
tt
6 ,5 5 7
tt
1 9 1 ,4 2 5
2 2 ,3 4 1
tt
5 ,3 8 9
tt
4 0 ,9 4 6
tt
2 ,8 1 6
8 ,9 7 6
1
1
1 7 7 ,6 0 4
tt
5 ,6 69
tt
2 ,2 0 9
it
4 ,2 4 7
Idaho
3 ,7 7 8
Nev.
2 ,6 4 7
Ore,
1 ,8 8 5
1
1
3 7 ,9 3 0
tt
3 ,4 1 2
Utah
2 ,7 3 5
tf
1 4 ,2 7 5
Wash,
1 ,3 7 1
it
1 ,9 6 5
tt
5 3 ,7 6 3
tt
1 0 ,9 4 3
tt
7 ,8 8 8
ti
1,386
1
1
2 ,4 1 9

2 ,9 1 5
9 ,5 0 1
908
1 ,6 5 8
5 ,8 5 7
4 ,4 7 8
713
5 1,0 8 0
6 ,5 5 5
1 7 ,4 9 7
5 ,7 2 9
6 0 ,2 5 8
1 ,7 7 0
1 8 ,7 0 1

1
1
tt

1
1
ti

948
2 ,4 4 1
2 ,3 5 2
3 ,4 8 2

n
tt
tt

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