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Fom F, R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
BANK DEBITS

For immediate release

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
September 16, 1940

Debits to deposit accounts (except interbank accounts), as reported by
banks in leading cities for the week ended September 11, aggregated $7,683,000,000.
Total debits during the 13 weeks ended September 11 amounted to $101,129,000,000,
or 1 percent below the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Week ended
Sept, 11, Sept, 13,
1940
1939
Boston
Hew York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
SI. Louis
Minneapolis
Karlas City
Dallas
San Francisco
Total, 274 reporting centers
New York City*
140 Other leading centers*
133 Other centers

442
3,089
398
669
294
242
1,091
221
171
249
190
626
7,683
2,783
4,217
682

'

13 weeks ended
ep.
Sept, 11, S - t 1 3 ,
1939
1940

467
4,627
405
529
293
239
1,161
241
181
284
189
662

5,660
41,399
5,395
7,352
3,926
3,104
1 - 862
4,
3,028
2,048
3,371
2,480
8,505

5,499
44,725
5,365
6,415
3,656
2,912
14,807
2,965
2,044
3,436
2,436
8,047

9,277
4,345
4,256
676

101,129
37,425
54,884
8,820

102,304
41,096
53,016
8,192

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED SEPTEMBER 11, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT HO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont*d)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
3,229
H. Y.
Conn,
Hartford
47,303 Elmira
ti
tt
2,654
New Haven
16,034 Jamestown
tt
tt
2,783,288
Waterbury
6,669 Hew York
tt
3,411
Maine
Bangor
3,326 Poughkeepsie
tt
tt
Rochester
27,731
Portland
io,4o4
tt
18,723
Boston
Mass.
276,031 Syracuse
tt
6,796
tt
Brockton
3,576 Utica
tt
Fall River
3,966
tt
DISTRICT HO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Holyoke
2,641
tt
21,311
Del,
Wilmington
Lowell
3,151
tt
11,457
N, J,
Lynn
4,024 Camden
tt
tt
18,162
New Bedford
3,979 Trenton
tt
5,813
Penna,
Springfield
14,621 Allentown
tt
tt
2,760
Worcester
11,429 Altoona
tt
3,170
Chester
Manchester
N. H.
3,433
tt
9,935
Providence
28,517 Harrisburg
R. I
.
tt
2,111
Hazleton
Vt.
Burlington
2,679
tt
3,727
Johnstown
tt
5,341
Lancaster
2
DISTRICT HO. ; - HEW YORK
tt
1,647
4,168 Lebanon
Stamford
Conn,
tt
2,485
2,797 Norristown
Montclair
N. J.
276,981
tt
tt
65,124 Philadelphia
Hewark
tt
9,380
Reading
Northern Hew Jersey
10,602
tt
32,714 Scranton
Clearing House Assn.
tt
5,395
tt
7,357 Wilkes-Barre
Passaic
tt
2,593
74,288 Williamsport
Albany
N. Y.
5,368
tt
tt
4,818 York
Binghamton
tt
51,461
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 SEPTEMBER 11,1940
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 6 ATLANTA (Cont*d)
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Ga.
Albany
Lexington
Ky.
1,384
4,594
ti
Atlanta
Akron
Ohio
47,146
15,241
1
1
tt
Canton
4,394
8,832 Augusta
it
Cincinnati
714
73,832 Brunswick
tl
Cleveland
4,241
138,901 Columbus
it
Columbus
281
39,017 Elberton
tt
Dayton
3,830
16,825 Macon
tl
Hamilton
530
2,959 Newnan
tt
Lima
6,158
3,4-23 Savannah
tt
Lorain
1,324
1,240 Valdosta
La.
Middletown
45,150
2,520 New Orleans
Miss.
Springfield
1,212
3,746 Hattiesburg
tt
Jackson
Steubenville
6,555
2,343
tt
Toledo
30,940 Meridian
3,067
tt
Warren
3,111 Vicksburg
1,633
Tenn.
Youngstown
12,000
13,272 Chattanooga
tt
Zanesville
7,176
2,000 Knoxville
tt
Butler
Nashville
Pa.
19,851
2,163
Erie
6,449
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Franklin
569
Aurora
111.
Greensburg
2,692
1,461
tt
Bloomington
Homestead
3,574
921
i
Oil City
3.688
1,963 Champaignr-Urbana t
tt
Pittsburgh
606,834
286,473 Chicago
tt
W. Va.
Wheeling
6,110 Danville
2,415
tt
Decatur
4,343
tt
Elgin
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
1,987
tt
Washington
D. C.
1,960
61,000 Moline
tt
Baltimore
Md.
78,140 Peoria
13,765
tt
6,192
Cumberland
1,769 Rockford
tt
6,668
Hagerstown
2,133 Springfield
Ind*
7,436
Asheville
K. C.
3,299 Fort Wayne
tt
14,110 Gary
4,947
Charlotte
tt
Durham
2,009
11,015 Hammond
tt
Greensboro
49,257
4,607 Indianapolis
tt
Raleigh
8,500 South Bend
9,500
tt
Wilmington
5.732
2,759 Terre Haute
Iowa
Winston-Salem
6,317
10,245 Cedar Rapids
tt
1,606
Charleston
S,C.
3,842 Clinton
tt
Columbia
5,954 Davenport
5,225
tt
Greenville
21,201
4,512 Des Moines
tt
Spartanburg
2,450
2,680 Dubuque
tt
Danville
Va,
2,342
2,275 Mason City
tt
Lynchburg
3,488 Muscatine
931
t
t
Newport News
9,775
3,039 Sioux City
tt
Norfolk
4,642
11,641 Waterloo
Mich.
Portsmouth
932
1,104 Adrian
tt
Battle Creek
Richmond
2,729
36,653
Roanoke
6,370 Bay City
2,699
Charleston
W. Va.
194,470
11,005 Detroit
Huntington
6,012
4,025 Flint
Grand Rapids
12,808
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Jackson
2,986
1
1
Birmingham
Ala.
Kalamazoo
5,229
20,933
1
1
it
Dothan
5,148
828 Lansing
ti
it
Mobile
Saginaw
4.732
9,891
ti
Montgomery
Wis.
3,681
6,052 Green Bay
1
1
Jacksonville
Fla.
ManitoiTOc
1.689
18,174
ti
it
Miimi
Milwaukee
10,729
55,113
it
ti
Pensacola
1,995
2,497 Oshkosh
it
ti
Tampa
Sheboygan
3,655
6,745




Form F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED SEPTEMBER 11, 19^0
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont*d)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
Okla,
Muskogee
1,554
Ark.
El Dorado
1,264
t
t
t
t
Oklahoma City
20,543
FoiM; Snith
2,960
t
t
t
t
588
Helena
303 Okmulgee
t
t
t
t
Tulsa
20,151
Little Rock
7,819
t
i
Wyo.
1,547
Pine Bluff
2,724 Casper
t
t
t
t
Cheyenne
2,176
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
900
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
East St* Louis & Nat*l
2,388
Ariz.
Tucson
111*
11,011
Stock Yards
t
t
La,
Shreveport
8,621
Quincy
1,957
N. M,
1,626
Ind.
Evansville
7,401 Roswell
Tex,
Abilene
2,110
Louisville
Ky.
32,088
i
t
t
i
8,190
Austin
Owensboro
1,423
t
t
Beaumont
4,665
Greenville
Miss.
1,028
t
t
844
Mo.
St, Louis
118,100 Corsicana
t
i
i
t
52,121
Dallas
Sedalia
52
8.
i
t
t
t
6,356
Springfield
4,051 El Paso
i
t
Fort Worth
16,665
Tenn,
Memphis
27,283
t
t
Galveston
5,037
1
1
Houston
50,285
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
t
i
2,618
Minn,
Duluth
11,820 Port Arthur
t
i
n
San Antonio
18,278
Minneapolis
86,645
t
t
n
Red Wing
443 Texarkana
t
i
(See also Ark,)
1,020
St. Paul
40,244
i
t
t
i
Tyler
2,511
6,988
South St. Paul
t
t
t
t
3,226
Winona
1,289 Waco
t
i
3,395
Mont,
3,021 Wichita Falls
Billings
t
t
2,948
Helena
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
4l4
N. D.
Dickinson
8,586
t
t
Ariz.
5,231 Phoenix
Fargo
t
i
Calif.
3,807
1,428 Bakersfield
Grand Forks
t
i
i
t
6,650
439 Berkeley
Jamestown
i
t
t
t
7,937
996 Fresno
Minot
t
t
8,733
S. D
.
Aberdeen
1,434 Long Beach
t
i
t
t
183,061
4,301 Los Angeles
Sioux Falls
i
t
22,265
Wis,
La Crosse
2,313 Oakland
i
t
i
t
5,232
1,256 Pasadena
Superior
t
t
Sacranento
28,094
1
1
San Bernardino
2,555
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
t
t
12,077
Colorado Springs Colo,
2,627 San Diego
t
t
t
t
159,471
Denver
38,442 San Francisco
t
i
t
t
6,033
1,108 San Jose
Grand Junction
1
1
t
t
2,477
Pueblo
2,919 Santa Barbara
t
t
4,792
Kans.
Atchison
849 Stockton
t
t
Idaho
4,688
Boise
Hutchinson
2,932
i
t
Nev,
3,861
Independence
634 Reno
i
t
Ore,
2,099
Kansas City
3,576 Eugene
i
t
t
t
Portland
40,644
Lawrence
729
t
i
t
i
5,075
Pittsburg
904 Salem
t
t
Utah
Ogden
5,269
Topeka
3,871
t
i
i
t
Salt Lake City
16,083
Wichita
9,624
Wash,
2,517
Mo,
Joplin
2,392 Bellinghan
t
t
t
t
Everett
2,341
Kansas City
73,340
t
t
t
t
Seattle
St, Joseph
51,993
6,481
t
t
13,698
Neb.
Frenont
730 Spokane
t
t
t
t
Tacoma
9,724
Lincoln
6,291
t
t
t
i
1,896
Walla Walla
Omaha
32,792
t
i
Yakima
3,975
N. M,
Albuquerque
4,252
Bartlesville
Okla,
5,243
i
i
Enid
2,686
i
t
Guthrie
389