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Forn F. R. 235
For imediate release

STATEMENT JDR THE PRESS
BANK DEBITS

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
September 9, 1940

Debits to deposits accounts (except interbank accounts), as reported by
banks in leading cities for the week ended September 4, aggregated $6,764,000,000.
Total debits during the 13 weeks ended September 4 amounted to $100,666,000,000,
or about the same as the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(in millions of dollars)
Week ended
Sept, 4, Sept, 6 ,
1940
1939
341
377
Boston
3,129
Hew York
2,673
342
Philadelphia
355
441
485
Cleveland
259
267
Richmond
216
221
Atlanta
1,214
1,009
Chicago
199
195
St, Louis
171
157
Minneapolis
244
223
Kansas City
172
159
Dallas
567
645
S i Francisco
al
Total, 274 reporting centers
7,297
6,764
Hew York City*
2, 2
M
2,897
140 Other leading centers*
3,731
3,833
567
133 Other centers
591

13 weeks ended
Sept. 4, Sept, 6 ,
1940
1939
5,450
5,614
43,410
41,114
5,390
5,303
7,212
6,349
3,644
3,929
2,890
3,105
14,746
14,898
2,947
3,036
2,012
2,037
3,360
3,399
2,436
2,475
8,496
7,984
100,666
100,570
37,158
39,798
54,702
52,635
8,806
8,138

JNDED SEPTEMBER 4, 1940
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING C I I E , DURING THE WEEK E
E ' T R,
thousands of dollars)
(In
DISTRICT NO. 2 -HEW YORK (Cont»d)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
H, Y.
2,638
Elmira
Conn.
Hartford
37,502
!
!
t
t
2,742
Jamestown
New Haven
14,604
t
t
t
t
2,442,178
New York
Waterbury
5,928
t
t
2,658
Poughkeepsie
Bangor
Maine
3,320
!
»
t
t
Rochester
23,868
Portland
5,820
t
t
16,016
Syracuse
Boston
Mass.
237,224
1
!
t
t
5,521
Utica
Brockton
3,183
t
t
Fall River
3,327
1
1
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Holyoke
2,136
t
t
Del*
Wilmington
18,385
Lowell
2,674
1
1
N. J*
Camden
9,352
Lynn
3,587
t
t
t
t
Trenton
11,456
New Bedford
3,541
i
t
Pcrna#
Allentown
5,831
Springfield
11,330
t
t
t
i
Altoona
2,122
Worcester
10,489
t
t
Chester
3,061
Manchester
N. H.
3,300
t
t
Harrisburg
7,560
Providence
R. I.
26,574
t
t
Hazleton
2,229
Vt.
Burlington
2,260
t
t
Johnstown
3,963
t
t
Lancaster
4,667
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
t
t
1,528
Lebanon
Conn,
Stamford
3,584
t
t
Norristown
1,870
Montclair
N. J.
2,456
t
t
t
i
Philadelphia
Newark
256,003
61,555
t
t
7,592
Reading
Northern New Jersey
t
t
Scranton
7,490
Clearing House Assn.
28,780
t
t
i
t
Wilkes-Barre
5,050
Passaic
6,198
t
t
Williamsport
2,166
Albany
H. Y.
26,237
t
t
1
1
York
4,525
Binghamton
4,236
t
i
Buffalo
43,872
■^Centers for which bank debit figures are available back to 1919*




Form F. R. 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS I I EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED SEPTEMBER 4, 1940
I
(In thousands of do13. * )
005
DISTRICT NO, 6 ••'ATLANTA (Cont«d)
DISTRICT NO. A - CLEVELAND
898
Ga#
Albany
Lexington
Ky,
3,703
t
t
42,776
Atlanta
16,023
Ohio
Akron
t
t
n
Augusta
3,583
8,796
Canton
N
t
t
Brunswick
557
Cincinnati
65,319
t
f
t
t
3,410
Columbus
138,767
Cleveland
I
t
n
Elberton
235
Columbus
37,587
t
t
t
t
4,350
Macon
14,44.8
Dayton
i
t
t
t
Newnan
425
Hamilton
2,533
t
t
t
t
Savannah
6,234
2,884
Lima
t
t
t
t
1,568
Valdosta
1,016
Lorain
L&#
t
i
New Orleans
36,839
Middletown
2,891
t
t
Hattiesburg
963
Springfield
4,442
t
t
t
t
Jackson
9,399
Steubenville
1,981
t
t
t
t
Meridian
2,541
Toledo
25,968
t
t
t
t
Vicksburg
1,151
Warren
2,022
t
t
Tra
er#
Chattanooga
8,631
Youngstown
10,591
T
t
t
t
Knoxville
7,035
Zanesville
1,744
t
t
Nashville
18,828
Pa,
Butler
1,943
t
t
Erie
6,306
t
t
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Franklin
546
t
!
111,
Aurora
2,753
Greemsburg
1,683
t
t
t
t
Bloomington
3,095
Homestead
765
t
t
Chanpaign-Urbana "
3,212
1,978
Oil City
t
t
t
t
Chicago
568,823
Pittsburgh
125,618
t
t
Danville
2,116
W. Va,
5,215
Wheeling
t
t
Decatur
3,994
t
t
Elgin
1,783
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOSD...
t
t
1,936
Moline
D. C.
Washington
53,031
t
t
Peoria
12,194
Md,
Baltimore
73,433
t
t
t
t
Rockford
6,284
1,567
Cumberland
t
t
5,448
t
t
Springfield
1,862
Hagerstown
6,060
Ind#
Fort Wayne
2,860
1. C
5 .
Asheville
t
i
i
t
2,769
Gary
11,979
Charlotte
t
t
1,622
t
t
Hammond
9,476
Durham
t
t
38,842
t
t
Indianapolis
3,972
Greensboro
t
t
8,144
t
t
South Bend
7,196
Rale±gh
t
t
4,527
t
t
Terre Haute
2,520
Wilmington
Iowa
t
t
5,165
Cedar Rapids
8,904
Winston-Salem
t
t
1,295
Clinton
3,530
S. c .
Charleston
i
t
t
t
4,095
Davenport
6,421
Columbia
t
t
17,079
n
Des Moines
3,655
Greenville
t
t
1,946
t
t
Dubuque
2,418
Spartanburg
t
t
Mason City
2,039
Va,
1,715
Danville
t
t
t
t
721
Muscatine
2,768
Lynchburg
t
t
t
t
Sioux City
8,555
2,404
Newport News
t
t
t
t
Waterloo
3,837
10,725
Norfolk
t
t
Mich,
Adrian
870
Portsmouth
895
t
t
t
t
Battle Creek
2,620
36,252
Richmond
t
t
t
t
2,548
Bay City
Roanoke
6,002
t
t
Detroit
189,160
9,566
W, Va.
Charleston
t
t
t
t
Flint
5,580
Huntington
4,131
t
t
Grand Rapids
12,911
t
t
Jackson
3,268
6
DISTRICT NO. . - ATLANTA
t
t
Kalamazoo
5,211
Ala,
Birmingham
19,847
t
t
t
t
Lansing
4,473
Dothan
795
t
t
t
t
4,580
Saginaw
Mobile
9,357
t
t
W ls*
Green Bay
3,215
4,898
Montgomery
t
t
Manitowoc
1,379
Fla,
14,986
Jacksonville
t
!
t
t
Milwaukee
50,204
Miami
8,213
t
t
i
t
1,768
Oshkosh
Pensacola
2,015
t
t
i
t
3,120
Sheboygan
6,257
Tampa




Form F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED SEPTEMBER 4, 1940
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont*d)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
OKLa.
1,425
El Dorado
Ark.
965 Muskogee
t
t
i
t
16,456
Oklahoma City
Fort Smith
2,508
i
t
t
i
418
Helena
208 Okmulgee
i
t
t
i
19,599
Tulsa
Little Rock
6,976
n
Wyo.
1,694
Casper
Pine Bluff
1,505
t
i
i
i
1,874
Cheyenne
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
783
DISTRICT NO. 11- DALLAS
East St. Louis & Nat'l
Ariz,
2,025
Tucson
Stock Yards
111.
8,550
n
La.
7,743
Quincy
1,912 Shreveport
N. M
Evansville
793
Ind.
6,038 Roswell
Tex.
1,599
Abilene
Louisville
Ky.
31,669
t
t
t
t
5,972
Austin
Ov:ensboro
1,160
t
t
Beaumont
3,649
Miss.
Greenville
741
t
t
610
Corsicana
St. Louis
Mo.
106,300
t
i
i
t
41,808
Dallas
Sedalia
461
t
t
t
t
5,482
Springfield
3,290 El Paso
i
t
14,710
Fbrt Worth
Tenn.
Ilnhs
iepi
25,934
t
i
Galveston
4,684
t
t
Houston
45,964
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
t
i
1,526
Port Arthur
Duluth
Minn.
10,589
i
t
t
i
14,126
San Antonio
83,626
Minneapolis
1
1
t
t
Texarkana
Red Wing
389
t
i
846
(See also Ark.)
St. Paul
35,411
t
t
i
t
Tyler
1,912
South St. Paul
6,626
t
t
t
i
2,724
Waco
Winona
1,199
1
1
Wichita Falls
2,687
Mont.
Billings
2,538
t
t
Helena
2,257
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN E - NCISCO
PA
Dickinson
N. D.
349
t
t
Ariz,
Phoenix
6,431
Fargo
4,186
t
t
Calif.
Bakersfield
3,365
Grand Forks
1,030
i
t
t
t
Berkeley
7,450
Janestown
413
t
t
t
t
Fresno
Minot
6,967
1,002
t
t
Long Beach
8,016
S. D.
Aberdeen
1,206
t
t
t
t
Los Angeles
Sioux Falls
181,244
3,713
t
t
Oakland
La Crosse
Wis,
21,857
1,725
t
i
i
t
Pasadena
Superior
5,002
1,106
t
t
Sacramento
64,908
1
1
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KAN&IS CITY
2,498
i
t
San Diego
Colorado Springs
Colo.
11,159
2,722
1
1
t
i
San Francisco
Denver
181,391
32,497
i
t
i
t
San Jose
Grand Junction
5,632
779
1
1
t
t
Santa Barbara
2,261
Pueblo
3,586
i
t
Stockton
Kans.
Atchison
4,381
640
t
t
Idaho
Boise
Hutchinson
4,234
2,647
t
t
Nev.
Reno
3,286
Independence
592
t
t
Ore.
Eugene
1,684
Kansas City
3,276
t
t
1
1
Portland
32,714
Lvrnc
aie.e
649
t
t
1
1
Salsm
Pittsburg
3,203
603
i
t
Utah
Ogden
3,927
Topeka
3,174
t
i
i
t
Salt Lake City
14,147
Wichita
8,753
Wash.
Bellinghan
1,390
Mo.
Joplin
1,711
t
t
1
1
Everett
1,541
Kansas City
68,075
t
i
i
t
Seattle
41,692
St. Joseph
5,994
t
t
Spokane
10,919
Neb.
Fremont
536
t
t
t
t
Tacoma
8,129
5,514
Lincoln
t
i
1
1
Walla Walla
1,523
Omaha
29,093
i
t
Yakima
3,794
3,466
N. M.
Albuquerque
Okla.
Bartlesville
4,138
t
i
Enid
2,355
t
t
Guthrie
253