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For;;* F. R. 285
t

9 A

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

Board of 'Governors
,
of the Federal Reserve System
March' 23, 1942

BANK DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in leading centers for the weeK ended
March 18 aggregated $12,363,000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended March 18
amounted to $ 143,904,000,000, or 16 per cent above the total reported for the corre­
sponding period a year ago. At banks in New York City there was an increase of
7 per cent comparod with the corresponding p e r i o d ’ year ago, and at the other re­
a
porting centers there was an increase of 21 per cent.

Federal
' Reserve
District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia,
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

SUMMARY B Y FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
_______ (In millions of dollars)
Week ended
13 weeks ended:
Mar. 19,
Mar. 18,
Mar. 18,
Mar. 19,
1942
1942
I94I
1941
oil
7,052
683
8,409
4,828
4,895
55,709
51,737
7,896
675
6,570
■ 559
10,t96
931
765
8,975
500
5,882
424
4,839
5,048
4,067
417
345
1,888
1,652
21,772
18,399
396
4,736
333
3,773
2,660
227
2,071
173
400
4,681
332
3,716
4,022
278
351
3,179
1,066
10,134
857
12,393

Total, 274 reporting centers
New’
York City*
140 other centers*
133 other reporting centers

12,363
4,289
0,967
• 1,10 7

11,22 3
4,514
5,816
893

143,904
50,464
80,567
12,873

124,5i2
47,282
66,909
10,322

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED MARCH 18, 1942
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NE W YORK (Cont'd)
Hartford
Conn.
^lmira'^
7,223
N. Y.
91,514
ti
T
t
4,601
New; Haven
28,601
Jamestown
n
II
4 , 289,068
Waterbury
New York
11,848
tt
Bangor
4,881
Maine
Poughkeepsie
It, 866
n
1
1
Portland
19,468
Rochester
42,835
tt
Boston
380,896
Syracuse
Mass.
35,409
1
1
tt
6,163
Utica
Brockton
10,667
1
1
Fall River
7,249
it
Holyoke
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
4 ,H 3
1
1
Lowell
Del.
Wilmington
47,563
4,713
n
Lynn
Camden
N. J.
6,-542
20,0?4
tt
1
1
19,876
6,832
New Bedford
Trenton
it
21,868
Allentown
Springfield
Penna*
8,553
tt
ir
" 2 1,12 1
3,067
Altoona
Worcester
»
t
7,082
Chester
Manchester
N. H.
5,695
ti
Providence
Harrisburg
57,667
14,934
R. I.
it
3,059
Vt.
Hazleton
Burlington
3,687
it
6,101
Johnstown
tt
Lancaster
10,049
DISTRICT NO. 2 - N E W YORK
tt
2 , 69O
Lebanon
Stamford
Conn.
8,167
tt
3,694
4,318
Norristown
Montclair
N. J.
tt
1
1
Philadelphia
478,564
Newark
119,077
tt
11,824
Northern N ^ w Jersey
Reading
it
48,650
15,581
Clearing House Assn.
Scranton
tt
it
7,900
Wilkes-Barre
Passaic
14,724
tt
Williamsport
Albany
147,576
4,531
N. Y.
ft
n
8,664
9,363
Binghamton
York
1
1
Buffalo
82,337
♦ for FRASER
Digitized Included in 'the


Li+l centers,available beginning wit h 1919*
national series covering !

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Form F. R. 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED MARCH 18, 191+2
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Lexington
Ky.
Albany
Ga.
5,258
2*139
tt
Akron
Ohio
30,1+
1+2
Atlanta
74>912
tf
tt
Canton
16,191
Augusta
9,806
tt
ti
Cincinnati
138,820
922
Brunswick
ff
tt
Cleveland
238,850
Columbus
7,633
tf
tt
Columbus
Elberton
59,710
427
I
t
tt
Dayton
30,81+1
Macon
7,112
ff
tt
Hamilton
l+,276
Newnan
808
ft
tt
Lim
Savannah
4,501+
10,147
tr
tt
Lorain
Valdosta
1,847
1,423
tf
Middletown
4,602
New Orleans
La.
75,753
11
Springfield
Hattiesburg
Miss,
6,357
2,744
i
t
tt
Steubenville
2,627
Jackson
18,027
t
t
tt
Toledo
51,748
Meridian
4,184
tt
tt
Warren
5,078
Vicksburg
2,306
it
Young stovra
17,842
Chattanooga
Tenn.
19,145
tt
ft
Zanesville
Knoxville
2,855
11,299
tt
Butler
Pa.
3,596
Nashville
28,526
tt
Erie
13,284
tt
Franklin
1,181
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
ti
Greensburg
2,718
Aurora
ill.
4,245
n
tt
Homestead
Bloomington
1,217
3,862
tt
Oil City
4,561
Champaign-Urbana ”
4,273
n
tt
Pittsburgh
275,606
Chicago
1,028,807
tt
Wheeling
W.'Va.
Danville
■ 7,296
3 ,1 1 2
tt
Decatur
6,951
tt
DISTRICT NO. 5 - R-ICffii0ND
Elgin
2,709
u
Washington
D. C.
Moline
105,193
3,252
n
Baltimore
Kd#
Peoria
142,794
21,591
tt
tt
Cumberland
Rockford
3,259
11,627
tt
tt
Hagerstown
Springfield
3,907
8,567
Asheville
N. C.
4,824
Fort Wayne
Ind.
12,309
tt
tt
Charlotte
Gary
35,187
4,905
tt
it
Durham
7,828
Hammond
3,469
tt
ft
Greensboro
8,231
Indianapolis
87,726
tt
it
Raleigh
South Bend
14,543
14,472
tt
ti
Wilmington
5,912
Terre Haute
8,314
t
t
Winston-Salem
17,042
Cedar Rapids
Iowa
8,755
tt
Charleston
s.c.
Clinton
2 ,12 6
■8,973
ft
tt
Columbia
10,1+1+6
Davenport
7,116
ft
it
Greenville
Des Moines
9,493
43,581
tf
1
1
Spartanburg
Dubuque
4,373
3,284
tt
Danville
Va.
3,226
Mason City
3,368
tt
n
Lynchburg
4,864
Muscatine
1,038
ft
it
Newport News
3,858
Sioux City
14,295
tt
tt
Norfolk
Waterloo
22,259
7,595
t
t
Portsmouth
2,550
Adrian
Mich.
1,4^9
ti
tf
Richmond
50,272
Battle Creek
4,887
it
it
Roanoke
9,786
Bay City
4,327
it
Charleston
W. Va.
15,498
Detroit
365,495
tt
tt
Huntington
5,807
Flint
9,726
tt
Grand Rapids
18,608
tt
DISTRICT NO. 6 - j.xTLuiNTii
Jackson
6,364
tt
Birmingham
Ala.
39,346
Kalamazoo
8,130
tt
tt
Dothan
1,796
Lansing
9,^29
tt
tt
Mobile
20,098
S aginaw
6,953
tt
Montgomery
7,322
Green B a y
Wis.
5,276
tt
Jacksonville
•Fla.
32,113
Manitowoc
2,718
tt
tt
Miami
21,279
Milwaukee
113,812
M
tt
Pensacola
4,047
Oshkosh
3,004
tf
tt
Tampa
13,670
Sheboygan
6.2Z+7
V
Corrected figur es--week ended March 1
191+2s South Bend, Ind.- 16,81+4*

Form. F. R» 285-b
DEBITS BY BAN IS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED MARCH 18, 191+2
(In thousands o dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
El Dorado
Ark.
it
*ort Smith
tt
Helena
it
Little Rock
tt
Pine Bluff
it
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
East St. Louis & Nat *1
Stock Yards
111.
it
Quincy
Evansville Ind.
Louisville
Ky.
it
Owensboro
Miss.
Greenville
Mo.
St. Louis
ft
Sedalia
tf
Springfield
Term. '
Memphis

-1,9 lit
5,371
607
17,501
3,595
i+,505
15»529
3,151*
10,003
61,809
. 1,977
1,817
208., 22k
688
5,386
51+, 069

DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Minn.
Duluth
12,108
tt
Minneapolis
112,967
tt
Red Wing
oil
tt
St. Paul
56,506
tt
South St. Paul
10,1449
tt
Winona
2,179
Mont.
Billings
3,392
ft
Helena
3,735
Dickinson
N. D.
505
tt
Fargo
6,927
tt
Grand Forks
l,7ll*
tt
Jamestown
I
+69
tt
Minot
1 .2QU
Aberdeen
S. D.
2,7hk
tt
Sioux Falls
7,513
La Crosse
V»is.
2,950
tt
Superior
1,506
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colorado Springs Colo.
4,373
tt
Denver
50,1*31
n
Grand'Junction
- 986
tt
Pueblo
3,1+93
Kans.
Atchison
1,098
tt
Hutchinson
2,908
tt
Independence
831+
tt
Kansas City
5,667
tt
Lawrence
1,21+5
rt
1,1+22
Pittsburg
tt
Topeka
5,203
if
Wichita
20,555
Mo.
Joplin
1+.1+37
tt
1 1 1 ,1 1 5
Kansas City
fT
St. Joseph
8,895
Neb.
Fremont
91+1
ft
Lincoln
7,1+87
tt
Omaha
1+9,81+1
5,681+
N. M.
Albuquerque
Okla.
Bartlesville
8,983
J
!
3,282
Enid
ft
Guthrie
508



DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont’
d)
Okla.
Muskogee
2,851
tt
Oklahoma City
32,319
tt
60I4
.
Okmulgee
ti
60,656
Tulsa
Wyo.
Casper
1,939
♦if
Cheyenne
1,71+1+
DISTRICT NO. 1 1 - DALLAS
Ariz.
Tucson
La.
Shreveport
Roswell
N •Ii
v.
Tex.
Abilene
ft
Austin
ti
Beaumont
it
Corsicana
ti
Dallas
it
El Paso
tt
Fort Worth
tt
Galveston
tt
Houston
tt
Port Arthur
it
San Antonio
ti
Texarkana
(See also Ark. )
w
Tylor
tt
Waco
tt
Wichita Falls
DISTRICT NO.
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

1+.309
15,769
1,1+65
3,123
22,510
9,023
1,307
100,227
11,1+92
30,061
9,1+50
96,2514
3,233
27,076

2,130
3,111
6,073
1 836
+,

1 2 - • SAN FRANCISCO
1 6 ,6 7 2
Aris.’
Calif.
6,229
it
12,301
tt
10,290
tt
17,318
305, 21+6
/f
1+3,865
tt
7,915
n
35,632
ft
3,1*81+
tt
39,563
tt
2714, 1+19
ti
8,095
tf
2,902
tt
6,021
Idaho
7,772
7,818
Nev.
Ore.
3,398
tt
67,789
tt

Utah
tt

Wash.
ft
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt

5 ,0 5 6

5,125
23,906
2,622
3,379
103,981+
17,605
21,1+98
2,230
l+ ,3 l+ 9