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B A N K DEBITS
A N D DEPOSIT T U R N O V E R

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For immediate release
September 16, 1965

Bank debits to demand deposit accounts (except interbank and U. 3. Government accounts)
for the month of August, of banks in 225 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas and other centers,
were $5,146.8 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate. This is 2.9 per cent lower than the
previous month and 12.4 per cent higher than August 1964.
Hew York area banks reported a decrease of 6.7 per cent from July 1965 and an increase
of 12.1 per cent from August a year ago. The 6 Other Centers classification reported a slight
decrease from July and an 11.7 per cent increase from August of last year. The 224 and 218 Centers
classifications each showed little change from the previous month but posted 12.6 and 13*1 per cent
increases, respectively, from the same month a year ago.
Turnover of demand deposits in August continued the rather erratic movement which has
been evident for the past five months. Slight increases were posted in three of the five national
classifications, with the greatest increase occurring in the 218 Centers classification. The
deposit turnover rate at New York area banks declined to a level of 99-4.

TOTAL
225
CENTERS

DEBITS TO DEMAND DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
(IN B I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )
TOTAL 224
LEADING CENTERS
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES NY)
NY
6 OTHERS*

TURNOVER
218
OTHER
CENTERS

SEASONALLY

TOTAL
225
CENTERS

ADJUS TED

ANNUAL

LEADING
NY

OF

DEMAND

CENTERS
6

OTHERS*

DEPOSITS
TOTAL 224
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES NY)

218
CENTERS

RATES

1964

AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER

4,579.9
4,763.5
4,698.2
4,648.0
4,816.5

1,898.2
2,007.6
1,926.7
1,917.7
2,013.0

1,021.3
1,049.5
1,060.6
1,023.7
1,065.4

2,681.7
2,755.9
2,771.5
2,730.3
2,803.5

1,660.4
1,706.4
1,710.9
1,706.6
1,738.1

44.7
44.3
44.6
45.1
45.5

89.3
88.5
89.8
91.3
90.7

42.4
41.4
40.9
41.0
41.7

33.0
32.9
32.8
33.2
33.4

29.1
29.2
29.3
29.5
30.0

1965

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST

4,870.9
4,842.5
4,995.6
5,113.3
4,825.6
5,327.8
5,302.6
5,146.8

2,067.6
1,997.4
2,071.8
2,151.3
1,954.1
2,308.4
2,281.6
2,128.0

1,065.5
1,077.2
1,115.4
1,131.7
1,082.7
1,146.8
1,149.5
1,141.0

2,803.3
2,845.1
2,923.8
2,962.0
2,871.5
3,019.4
3,021.0
3,018.8

1,737.8
1,767.9
1,808.4
1,830.3
1,788.8
1,872.6
1,871.5
1,877.8

46.3
47.1
47.9
48.4
47.0
50.9
49.3
48.4

94.8
96.1
96.9
100.0
96.0
107.0
104.9
99.4

42.8
44.3
44.8
44.5
44.3
45.5
44.4
44.9

33.8
34.6
35.4
35.2
34.7
36.3
35.1
35.5

30.0
30.5
31.2
31.2
30.6
32.2
31.1
31.7




*

BOSTON,

PHILADELPHIA*

CHICAGO, DETROIT,

SAN

FRANCISCO-OAKLAND, AND

LOS

ANGELES-LONG

BEACH

SMSA'S.

BANK D E B I T S - A U G U S T 1965
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT

NO.

DEBITS TO D E M A N D DEPOSITS
PER C E N T C H A N G E FROM
A U G U S T 1965
M O N T H AGO I YEAR "AGO"
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

1 - BOSTON

28,426.4
6,688.3
2,056.1
2,566.5

-3.8
+ 2.8
+ 9.7
-5.2

+ 18.1
+ 4.8
+4.1
+ 1.0

790.6
722.4
2,882.3

+ 4.0
+ 3.1
+ 3.8

+ 12.1
+ 7.3
+ 15.5

115,496.8
1,756.3
1,052.5
2,265.6
1,584.8

+ 5.7
+ 7.3
-3.5
+ .6
+ 6.1

+ 26.5
+ 13.6
+ 11.0
+ 10.1
+ .6

NEW B E D F O R D
P I T T S F I ELD
SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYOKE
WORCESTER

1,416.1
931.1
7,769.0
5,438.3

— 2.4
— 3.6
+ 2.9
+ 1.9

+ 12.0
+ 6.5
+ 8.7
+ 13.6

CONCORD*
MANCHESTER

602.2
1,645.1

-9.1
-1.3

+ 4.5
+ 12.6

14,627.2

-3.1

+ 12.3

1,085.1

+6.4

+ 13.7

199,802.6

+ 2.8

+20.1

7,070.3
3,664.8

+ 3.8
+ 5.4

+ 24.6
+ 12.9

10,298.0
51,922.7
18,462.4

-2.5
+ 3.5
+ .4

+ 9.2
+ 9.8
+ 9.0

3,358.4
25,284.5
2,128,030.4
17,657.5
10,937.1
3,403.4

-4.3
-1.7
-6.7
+ 2.5
+ 1.4
-.7

+ 10.0
+ 24.5
+ 12.1
+ 19.8
+ 18.8
+ 7.0

2,280,089.4

— 6.2

+ 12.2

34,159.8

+ 5.7

+ 44.3

CONNECTICUT

HARTFORD
NEW H A V E N
NEW L O N D O N - G R O T O N - N O R W I C H
WATERBURY

MAINE

BANGOR*
LEWISTON-AUBURN
PORTLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

BOSTON
BROCKTON
FALL RIVER
LAWRENCE-HAVERHILL
LOWELL

NEW

HAMPSHIRE

RHODE

ISLAND

VERMONT

PROVIDENCE-PAWTUCKET
BURLINGTON*
DISTRICT

DISTRICT

NO.

2 - NEW

NO.

1 TOTALS

YORK

CONNECTICUT

BRIDGEPORT
STAMFORD

NEW J E R S E Y

J E R S E Y CITY
NEWARK
PATERSON-CLI FT0^-PASSAIC

NEW YORK

BINGHAMTON
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
ROCHESTER
SYRACUSE
UTICA-ROME
DISTRICT

DISTRICT

NO.

NO. 2 TOTALS

3 - PHILADELPHIA

DELAWARE

WILMINGTON

NEW J E R S E Y

ATLANTIC CITY
TRENTON

2,232.6
9,075.5

+ 2.9
-7.7

+ 13.6
+ 31.5

PENNSYLVANIA

ALTOONA
HARRISBURG
JOHNSTOWN
LANCASTER
LEBANON*
LEHIGH VALLEY

1,018.5
4,953.7
1,372.9
3,993.3
535.0
5,621.2

-4.6
-7.2
+ 3.0
-.1
-7.5
-2.7

+ 10.3
+ 14.7
-2.4
+ 17.5
+ 6.7
+ 6.9

PHILADELPHIA
READING
SCRANTON
WILKES-BARRE
WILLIAMSPORT*
YORK

147,510.9
4,272.2
2,681.0
3,269.7
811.0
4,264.5

+ 3.8
+ .9
-1.3
+ 7.3
+ .2
-.4

+ 12.9
+ 7.3
+ 2.7
+ 18.6
+ 21.0
+ 12.2

225,771.7

+ 2.8

+ 17.1

DISTRICT
CITY ONLY




NO. 3 TOTALS

BANK D E B I T S - A U G U S T 1 9 6 5
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT

NO. 4 - CLEVELAND

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON

OHIO

D E B I T S TO D E M A N D D E P O S I T S
1 PER C E N T CHiANGE FROM
AUGUST 1965
1 MONTH AGO
I YEAR A G O
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

3,212.5

+2.4

+ 16.7

AKRON
CANTON
CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS

11,719.9
4,325.0
32,735.4
73,706.5
21,497.4

+ .2
+ 1.5
+ 1.5
+ 3.7
—6.0

+ 17.1
+ 15.6
+12.5
+18.9
+ 10.8

DAYTON
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN
LIMA
LORAIN-ELYRIA
SPRINGFIELD

12,459.8
2,260.8
1,278.9
1,473.1
1,610.6

+ 1.8
-1.2
-3.5
-4.4
+2.2

+19.0
+8.0
+ 11.2
-.1
+8.7

1,404.2
12,811.6
6,336.6

+5.2
-1.6
-2.4

+ 14.5
+9.5
+ 14.1

3,144.9
91,844.9

+ 2.9
-1.9

+ 13.3
+7.0

2,085.2

+ 2.0

+ 10.3

283,907.1

+ .0

+ 12.4

STEUBENVILLE-WEIRTONt
TOLEDO
YOUNGSTOWN
PENNSYLVANIA

ERIE
PITTSBURGH

WEST V I R G I N I A

W. VA.

WHEELING
DISTRICT

DISTRICT

NO.

5 -

NO. 4 TOTALS

RICHMOND

D I S T R I C T OF
COLUMBIA

WASHINGTON

63,657.6

+ 3.6

+ 15.9

MARYLAND

BALTIMORE

38,527.3

+3.3

+ 10.6

NORTH

CAROLINA

ASHEVILLE
CHARLOTTE
DURHAM
GREENSBORO-HIGH POINT
RALEIGH
WINSTON-SALEM

1,793.7
13,000.2
1,932.3
5,958.3
7,445.8
6,317.9

+ 8.3
-4.2
-10.8
-2.5
+7.2
+ 7.8

+ 11.3
+ 13.5
+18.8
+18.9
+ 20.8
+ 15.6

SOUTH

CAROLINA

CHARLESTON
COLUMBIA
GREENVILLE

2,825.1
5,563.8
4,247.0

+ 3.1
+ 13.8
-1.4

+ 23.6
+ 14.1
+ 16.0

1,497.3
2,435.2
7,314.6
20,912.2
3,399.1

+3.3
-2.2
-.5
+ 5.3
-.9

+ 9.6
+ 14.5
+ 10.0
+ 21.9
+ 11.6

4,033.1
3,096.7

— 8.6
+4.9

+ 13.2
+11.8

193,957.4

+ 2.7

+ 15.0

VIRGINIA

LYNCHBURG
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON
NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH
RICHMOND
ROANOKE

WEST

CHARLESTON
HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND, KY.

VIRGINIA

DISTRICT
DISTRICT

NO.

6 -

NO. 5 TOTALS

ATLANTA

ALABAMA

BIRMINGHAM
GADSDEN
HUNTSVILLE
MOBILE
MONTGOMERY
TUSCALOOSA

14,846.3
692.6
2,106.7
4,976.7
3,305.1
929.4

-1.5
-1.1
+ 4.5
+ 2.8
-1.5
-2.2

+5.2
-.0
+9.8
+6.0
+7.8
+6.4

FLORIDA

FT. LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD
JACKSONVILLE
MIAMI
ORLANDO
PENSACOLA
TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG
WEST PALM BEACH

6,194.7
16,053.8
21,742.6
4,986.2
2,253.5
13,233.4
4,277.6

+ .2
-10.7
-1.3
-1.4
+4.3
+4.4
-2.0

+ 18.2
+2.6
+ 14.3
+5.7
+9.8
+ 12.1
+16.3




BANK D E B I T S - A U G U S T 1 9 6 5
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT

NO. 6 - CONTINUED

D E B I T S TO D E M A N D D E P O S I T S
PER C E N T C H A N G E F R O M
AUGUST 1965
M O N T H A G O 1 YEAR A G O
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

ALBANY
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
MACON
SAVANNAH

997.3
44,954.1
2,234.0
2,267.6
2,270.7
2,748.6

+ .6
+ .2
+ 6.4
-.4
-2.8

+24.4
+ 11.4
+4.3
+ 5.0
+7.3
+9.3

LOUISIANA

BATON ROUGE
LAFAYETTE
LAKE CHARLES
NEW ORLEANS

5,278.9
1,272.0
1,335.9
24,476.1

-.6
+2.7
-2.3
-.5

+25.0
+22.3
+ 17.5
+ 12.2

MISSISSIPPI

JACKSON

6,080.5

+ 1.7

+ 16.5

TENNESSEE

CHATTANOOGA
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE

5,805.6
4,936.3
14,244.3

-.9
-.2
-.7

+ 16.4
+ 14.7
+ 15.1

214,500.6

-.9

+ 11.3

1,944.3
381,007.8
2,179.4
5,208.6
5,280.3
4,120.3
2,842.2

+ 3.5
-1.1
-1.0
-2.4
+ .7
+ 8.8
+ 3.9

+ 10.5
+ 14.5
+2.8
+ 11.9
+9.1
+20.5
+23.8

-1.3

GEORGIA

DISTRICT NO. 6 TOTALS
DISTRICT

NO.

+.
1

7 - CHICAGO

ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN-URBANA
CHICAGO
DECATUR
PEORIA
QUAD CITIES
ROCKFORD
SPRINGFIELD

INDIANA

FORT WAYNE
GARY-HAMMOND
INDIANAPOLIS
MUNCIE
SOUTH BEND
TERRE HAUTE

5,616.6
6,237.7
23,332.4
1,749.0
4,621.7
2,026.6

-1.2
-2.7
+ 1.9
+ 1.1

+11.6
+3.9
+ 10.9
+ 12.6
+2.6
+ 18.4

IOWA

CEDAR RAPIDS
DES MOINES
DUBUQUE
SIOUX CITY
WATERLOO

2,827.8
12,393.7
1,265.7
3,089.2
1,823.0

-2.9
-9.2
—7.5
+4.0
-4.2

+ 11.1
+ 21.3
+ 14.1
+ 19.7
+ 10.3

MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR
BAY CITY
DETROIT
FLINT
GRAND RAPIDS

2,359.9
1,121.1
146,023.5
4,327.3
8,286.8

+ .0
+6.0
-3.9
-3.6
-.3

+ 12.5
+ 17.6
+ 10.4
+17.0
+ 16.4

JACKSON
KALAMAZOO
LANSING
MUSKEGON
SAGINAW

1,929.1
2,996.0
4,007.6
1,573.1
2,897.6

-3.5
-1.5
—6.8
-8.2
+ .7

+ 11.1
+ 9.6
+ 12.6
+ 18.8
+7.9

G R E E N BAY
KENOSHA
MADISON
MILWAUKEE
RACINE

1,964.7
1,022.1
4,132.5
39,102.8
2,230.5

-1.0
-3.5
-1.2
— 2.6
-8.3

+3.9
+ 18.3
+9.7
+ 14.7
+ 14.1

691,540.7

-1.9

+ 13.3

WISCONSIN




DISTRICT NO. 7 TOTALS

+.
1

BANK D E B I T S - A U G U S T 1 9 6 5
<IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT

DEBITS TO D E M A N D D E P O S I T S
PER C E N T C H A N G E FROM
AUGUST 1965
MONTH AGO
I YEAR A G O
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATES

NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS

571.1
1,605.3
256.5
5,377.5
1,020.1
939.3

+7.2
—6.8
-11.4
+ 1.5
-.0
+ .2

+ 16.9
+2.6
+20.4
+ 10.8
+4.4
+6.9

874.4

+3.6

+ 14.3

EVANSVILLE

3,949.0

+ 3.9

+11.0

KENTUCKY

LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO*
PADUCAH*

18,291.8
932.1
750.0

+ 1.6
-3.4
+ 13.8

+13.4
+ .3
+22.0

MISSISSIPPI

GREENVILLE*

586.4

-8.0

+ 1.1

MISSOURI

CAPE GIRARDEAU*
HANNIBAL*
ST. LOUIS
SEDALIA*
SPRINGFIELD

397.0
210.6
71,025.4
283.3
2,367.3

-12.0
— .6
+ 1.3
+ 8.2
+6.8

+ 15.4
+ 13.0
+20.3
-4.2
+22.8

TENNESSEE

JACKSON*
MEMPHIS

611.6
18,504.8

+ .8
-2.4

+ 13.2
+3.6

128,553.3

+.8

+ 15.0

2,973.4
61,716.3

+6.5
+ 2.6

+ 13.3
+ 17.9

ARKANSAS

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

ILLINOIS

QUINCY*

INDIANA

DISTRICT NO. B TOTALS
DISTRICT

NO.

9 - MINNEAPOLIS

MINNESOTA

DULUTH-SUPERIOR# WISC.
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL

MONTANA

BILLINGS
GREAT FALLS

1,478.3
1,215.5

-1.5
-3.6

+ 14.2
+ 1.3

NORTH DAKOTA

FARGO-MOORHEAD, MINN.

1,887.5

-3.3

+ 10.0

SOUTH

SIOUX FALLS

1,995.9

+6.4

+ 1.8

71,267.0

+2.5

+ 16.6

2,177.0
27,925.0
1,309.0

-1.5
-3.7
-2.0

+2.8
+5.9
+ 3.4

4,051.0
7,412.0

+ 1.9
-1.7

+ 15.7
+ 11.9

DAKOTA

DISTRICT
DISTRICT

NO.

NO. 9 TOTALS

10 - K A N S A S C I T Y

COLORADO

COLORADO SPRINGS
DENVER
PUEBLO

KANSAS

TOPEKA
WICHITA

MISSOURI

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI-KANSAS
ST. JOSEPH

39,593.0
1,924.0

+ 1.4
+ 7.7

+ 13.8
+ 14.0

NEBRASKA

LINCOLN
OMAHA, NEBRASKA-IOWA

3,501.0
15,048.0

+9.6
+6.4

+6.4
+7.0

NEW M E X I C O

ALBUQUERQUE

4,195.0

—4. 1

+3.5

OKLAHOMA

LAWTON
OKLAHOMA CITY
TULSA

658.0
14,913.0
15,606.0

— 6. 1
+5.3
-4,9

+6.8
+5.5
+8.5

138,312.0

+ .3

+9.0

DISTRICT NO. 10 TOTALS
•

CITY ONLY




BANK D E B I T S - A U G U S T 1965
(IN M I L L I O N S OF D O L L A R S )

DISTRICT

NO.

11 - D A L L A S

DEBITS TO D E M A N D DEPOSITS
PER C E N T C H A N G E FROM
AUGUST 1965
1 YEAR A G O
MONTH AGO
S E A S O N A L L Y ADJ U S T E D A N N U A L R A T E S

ARIZONA

TUCSON

3,966.9

+ 5.4

+4.9

LOUISIANA

MONROE
SHREVEPORT

1,665.9
4,980.1

-9.3
+ 1.9

+ 19.5
+ 3.2

NEW M E X I C O

ROSWELL*

+ .2

-.3

1,755.3
3,853.7
3,930.0
4,821.1
869.9

+ 3.8
-3.1
+ .2
+5.3
-20.7

+2.2
+ 1.8
+ 10.0
+20.8
-3.4

CORPUS CHRISTI
CORSICANA*
DALLAS
EL P A S O
FORT WORTH

3,335.8
324.1
63,838.4
4,616.6
13,586.9

-10.0
-4.8
+ 4.5
+4.9
+ 7.5

+ 17.3
+ 16.2
+ 21.5
+4.4
+15.5

GALVESTON-TEXAS CITY
HOUSTON
LAREDO
LUBBOCK
MIDLAND

1,972.3
52,567.4
520.5
3,466.7
1,431.0

+ 1.5
-3.5
-1.3
-7.4
— 6.8

+ .6
+ 11.5
+ 11.6
+2.1
-10.9

ODESSA
SAN A N G E L O
SAN A N T O N I O
TYLER
WACO
WICHITA FALLS

TEXAS

607.6

1,145.7
848.4
10,445.7
1,481.9
1,891.3
1,956.1

+3.0
-1.6
-1.1
-4.8
-3.5
+ 1.6

+ 14.2
+ 14.1
+ 11.9
+ 10.5
+ 7.7
+ 9.7

189,879.2

+ .6

+ 13.7

13,960.8

-5.3

+ 2.3

ABILENE
AMARILLO
AUSTIN
BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR
BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO

D I S T R I C T N O . 11 T O T A L S
DISTRICT

NO.

12 -

SAN F R A N C I S C O

ARIZONA

PHOENIX

CALIFORNIA

ANAHEIM-SANTA ANA-GARDEN GROVE
BAKERSFIELD
FRESNO
LOS A N G E L E S - L O N G B E A C H
SAN B E R N A R D I N O - R I V E R S I D E - O N T A R I O

15,677.1
4,545.3
5,874.0
209,321.2
10,885.2

+ 8.2
-6.1
-2.7
-3.4
+ 7.7

+ 13.2
+ 14.0
+ 6.7
+ .9
+ 10.5

SAN DIEGO
SAN F R A N C I S C O - O A K L A N D
SAN JOSE
SANTA BARBARA
STOCKTON

15,726.6
141,633.1
15,085.6
2,922.9
3,565.1

+ 1.0
— 1.9
—6.0
-.3
-1.2

+2.7
+ 11.6
+ 3.1
+ 10.2
+ 11.3

IDAHO

BOISE

2,802.9

+ 12.0

+ 33.8

NEVADA

LAS VEGAS
RENO

4,071.9
2,704.3

+ 9.0
+ 1.2

+ 1.1
+ 10.1

OREGON

EUGENE
PORTLAND

2,556.2
22,049.1

-3.3
+ 2.0

+ 12.2
+ 17.8

UTAH

OGDEN
SALT L A K E C I T Y

1,549.3
12,027.7

-8.1
-3.9

+3.1
+ 19.4

WASHINGTON

SEATTLE-EVERETT
SPOKANE
TACOMA

32,310.4
4,937.7
5,065.3

+ .7
-1.0
-5.3

+2.8
+9.7
+ 19.0

529,271.6

-1.9

+6.2

D I S T R I C T N O . 12 T O T A L S
* N O T AN SMSA BUT R E P O R T E D ON A C O U N T Y B A S I S .