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FEDERAL
statistical

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RESERVE
release

FOR IMMEDIATE
May 2 5 ,

RELEASE

1977

BANK D E B I T S , D E P O S I T S , AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER
(DOLLAR AMOUNTS I N B I L L I O N S * SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D )

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TOTAL
1976

1977

APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL

t O DiMAND D E P O S I T ACCOUNTS
IANNUAL RATE B A S I S )

233
CENTERS
25.792.8
25.490.9
26,625.6
27.102.3
27.867.4
27.241.6
27,396.0
28.049.0
28*911.0
29.288.1
30,145.4
30.421.7
30,499.7

L f e A 5 I n 6 CENTERS"

12,482.#

6

OTHERS

5.302.4
5.327.1
5.561.2
5.497.7
5.935.8
5.857.3
5.447.9
5.693.2
5,917.1
5.864.3
5,887.1
6,155.7
6.055.5

12.179.0
12,844.3
13,354.2
13.221.1
12,727.9
13,522.0
13,495.5
13,835.0
14,411.•
14.898.0
14.612.1
14,988.9

TOTAL 2 * 2
CENTERS
I EXCLUDES N Y I

13.310.0
13,311.9
13,781.3
13.748.1
14,646.3
14.513.7
13.874.0
14.553.5
15.076.1
14.876.3
15.247.4
15.809.6
15.510.8

— 5 2 5
OTHER
CENTERS

ft,007.7

7,984.7

8,220.1
8.250.4
8.710.5
8,656.4
8.426.1
8,860.4
9,159.O
9,012.0
9.360.2
9,653.9
9.455.3

O B I AND D E P O S I T S

1976

1977

APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL

TOTAL
233
CENTERS
183.2
182.7
184.6
187.1

188.0

185.6
188.5
192.2
184.5
195.1
198.2
193.9
192.9

L E A D I N G CENTERS
NY
32.6
31.4
32.6
33.3
32.7
32.0
33.0
35.3
30.6
34.4
33.8
33.3
31.2

6

1
OTHERS
42.2
41.8
42.5
43.0
42.9
43.2
42.9
43.5
42.9
44.7
46.0
45.1
44.8

TURNOVER O F DEMAND D E P O S I T S
IANNUAL RATE B A S I S )
LEADING CENTERS

1976

1977

NOTE:

1.

APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL

TOTAL
233
CENTERS
140.3
139.3
145.0
145.8
148.6
145.8
146.4
147.3
153.5
154.3
153.3
155.2
157.7

374.9
380.2
400.8
405.0
400.6
393.7
416.2
395.1
419.8
443.5
437.3
436.0
465.2

124.6
126.9
131.9

128.6

138.2
136.1

126.6

131.7
136.9
133.9
129.9
135.2
134.7

TOTAL 2 3 2
CENTERS
1 EXCLUDES NY)
150.6
151.2
151.9
153.8
155.3
153.7
155.5
156.9
153.8
160.7
164.5
160.6
161.7

TOTAL 2 3 2
CENTERS
tEXCLUDES NY)
88.4

88.2

90.9
89.9
94.8
93.9
89.7
93.2
97.0
94.6
93.8
97.3
96.3

226
OTHER
CENTERS
108.4
109.4
109.4
110.8
112.4
110.5
112.6
113.4
110.9
116.0
118.5
115.5
116.8

226
OTHER
CENTERS
74.2
73.3
75.1
74.9
78.1
77.7
75.5
78.4
81.7
79.4
79.8
82.5
81.4

DEMAND D E P O S I T ACCOUNTS ARE T H O S E O F I N D I V I D U A L S * P A R T N E R S H I P S AND
C O R P O R A T I O N S AND O F S T A T E S AND P O L I T I C A L S U B D I V I S I O N S .
U . S . GOVERNMENT AND INTERBANK ACCOUNTS ARE NOT I N C L U D E D .
B O S T O N , P H I L A D E L P H I A , C H I C A G O , D E T R O I T , SAN F R A N C I S C O - O A K L A N D ,
AND L O S A N G E L E S - L O N G BEACH STANDARD METROPOLITAN S T A T I S T I C A L A R E A S .

BANK D E B I T S ,

END-OF—MONTH D E P O S I T S ,

D E B I T S T O DEMAND D E P O S I T S
MAY
1*77
PERCENT CHANGE
( M I L L I O N S OF
FRID
M
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO
D I S T R I C T NO.

1 -

MASSACHUSETTS:
BOSTON
BROCKTON
FALL RIVER
L AW R E N C E - H A V E R H I L L
LOW ELL
NEW BEDFORD
PITTSFIELD
SPRINGFIELD-CHICOPEE-HOLYOKE
WORCESTER
NEW H A M P S H I R E :
CONCORD*
MANCHESTER
RHODE I S L A N D :
PROVIDENCE—WARWICK—PAWTUCKET
VERMONT:
BURLINGTON*

155,052.4
23,862.7
4,38 6.0
12,115.1

• 2.5
• 9.7
-6.5
-2.9

•16.6
•30.4
•10.4
• 3.3

1,147,073
318,687
112,098
183,384

•25.8
•3*5
•2.3
•5.3

•24.5
• 11.0
-3.9
•3.7

150.6
76.1

4,488.9
3,48 9.8
14,56 2.5

—5.5
-1.5
• .9

•21.3
•21.2
•21.1

67,753
42,085
202,501

•7.2
• 19.7
•9.4

• 13 a
•1.9
•9.8

68.6
90.4
75.1

624,247.4
4,437.4
3,607.4
12,846.5
4,648.6
2,999.2
3,371.8
21,169.1
31,616.5

• 2.4
•2.5
•8.3
• 8.9
-4.3
• 8.1
•.7
•2.3
•33.4

•22.2
• 1.6
•7.8
•69.7
•21.9
+13.4
• 2.1
• 6.9
•81.4

4,091,974
92,393
73,236
200,275
88,002
68,677
72,514
330,106
292,016

• 11 . 7
-5.8
-4.1
•3.4
• 13.5
•1.5
—1 e l
-.3
• .7

•9.1
•3.7
-1.8
• 20.5
• 11.4
•4.4
•8.8
•6.5

161.0
46.6
48.2
65.2
56.2
44.0
46.2
64.0
108.6

•22.2
• 5.2

•43.5
•26.4

4 5 , 8 77
94,501

-10.9
• 12.1

• 15.1
• 33 .2

61.4
60.6

58,464.6

-4.2

•11.1

819 ,652

•8.7

•4.8

74.3

67.8

6,217.8

-3.3

-8.2

138,040

• 10.4

•25 .1

47.3

• 2.8

•21.3

8,480,844

• 10.5

• 10.7

123.8

•3.1
-4.1

•25.4
•10.7

341,061
320,936

•10.3
•3.6

• 13.8
•4 .7

6 1 mZ
50.2

55,929.7
174,028.1
93,461.3

• 8.0
• 5.7
•3.0

•44.4
• 2.4
• 9.9

477,381
2,180,857
1,633,764

*3.9
*5.7
•6.7

• 16 . 0
• 10 . 8
•20.7

119.4
82.0
59.1

15,916.8
61,731.8
15,139,736.6
55,818.3
39,573.7
7,823.9

-4.7
—5.5
•5.0
•.7
—.5
•4.0

•13.1
-4.2
•29.2
•11.6
•9.8
•10.2

200,377
1,074,922
35,089,775
811,747
559,820
194,297

•6.1
•6.2
• 12.5
*6.8
*9.5
+4.6

•6.2
• 12.7
• 11.6
•4.0
•8 .6
•5.7

81.8
59.2
474.9
71.0
73.9
41.2

16,279,75 8.1

•4.9

•28.4

42,884,937

*11.3

• 11.7

399.9

138,425.5

•20.2

•23.3

780,148

*3.8

•9.0

180.7

10,553.3
90,161.6

1 TOTALS

999,994.9

19,910.0
15,827.8

D I S T R I C T NO.

• 17.9
-18.0

•48.1
• 9.4

274,621
569,174

*5.6
*22.8

• 13.0
• 36.2

39.5
174.6

2,575.0
20,701.0
6, 124.2
40,897.5
1,168.7
17,289.6
741,668.6
19,951.6
6,478.7
11,319.4
4,360.0
8,509.0

• 8.7
• 5.5
•7.2
• 4.8
-2.1
•11.1
• 5.1
•14.8
• 9.0
• 3.2
• 9.8
.3

• 4.7
•17.7
•23.7
•32.7
•7.0
•16.3
•22.5
•33.9
•4.0
•12.2
•20.3
•21.9

83,637
453,435
163,561
529,587
3 9 , 5 85
410,559
6,076,657
377,366
199,467
344,885
103,030
251,014

-1.2
*5.5
*3.0
*4.6
*4.0
*4.9
• 13.5
*3.0
*4.1
*4.3
•7.6
*5.5

—.6
•6.1
• 14.6
•6.7
• 10.1
•6.7
• 16.4
• 11.0
•3.7
• 10.6
• 10.3
•9.1

30.6
46.9
38.0
79.0
30.1
43.1
130.9
53.6
33.1
33.5
43.9
34.8

1,120, 183.6

•4.7

•21.7

10,656,726

•11.4

• 14.1

110.8

NEW YORK

CONNECT I C U T :
BRIDGEPORT
STAMFORD
NEW J E R S E Y :
JERSEY CITY
NEWARK
P AT E R S O N - C L I F T O N - P A SS A I C
NEW YORK:
BINGHAM TON
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
ROCHESTER
SYRACUSE
UTICA-ROME
D I S T R I C T NO.

2 TOTALS

PHILADELPHIA

DELAWARE:
WILMINGTON
NEW J E R S E Y :
ATLANTIC CITY
TRENTON
PENNSYLVANIA:
ALTOONA
HARRISBURG
JOHNSTOWN
LANCASTER
LEBANON*
A LL ENTOWN-EASTON-BETHLEHEM
PHILADELPHIA
READING
SCR ANTON
WILKES-BARRE-HAZELTON
W I L L I AM S P O R T *
YORK
D I S T R I C T NO.

3 TOTALS

* C I T Y ONLY ( O R ) NOT AN SMSA BUT REPORTED ON A COUNTY B A S I S .
D E B I T S - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END O F MONTH SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL RATE OF D E B I T S D I V I D E D BY AVERAGE OF CURRENT AND
PRECEDING MONTHS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED DEMAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




ANNUAL RATE
OF TURNOVER

2,990.3
5,421.0

MAINE:
BANGOR*
LEW ISTON-AUBURN
PORTLAND-SOUTH PORTLAND

DISTRICT NO. 3 -

DEMAND D E P O S I T S
MAY
1977
PERCENT CHANGE
(THOUSANDS OF
FR OM
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO

BOSTON

CONNECTICUT:
HARTFORD
NEW HAVEN
NORWICH-GROTON-NEW LONDON
WATERBURY

D I S T R I C T NO. 2 -

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER

BANK D E B I T S ,

END-OF-MONTH D E P O S I T S ,

T O DEMAINO D E P O S 11r s
:HANGE
PERCENT <
MAY
1977
FRO4
( M I L L I O N S OF
YEAR
MONTH
DOLLARS)
AGO
AGO
DEBITS

D I S T R I C T NO.

4

-

AND D E P O S I T

TURNOVER

DEMAND 0
MAY
1977
( T H O U S A N D S OF
DOLLARS)

EPOS ITS

CHANGE
PERCENT L
FRO M
YEAR
MONTH
AGO
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
O F TURNOVER

CLEVELAND

KENTUCKY:
LEXINGTON

11,383.1

+3 . 3

+27.5

293*062

+4.3

•8.5

39.7

51.539.7
16,656.6
163.476.1
264.632.2
164,277.5
44,667.0
9,207.4
9,04 3.2
5,778.4
6.245.4
3,671.3
5.079.5
40.317.8
17,362.6

-3.1
• 2.6
+18.5
+.7
• 8.7
+3.8
+6 . 9
+4.3
+4. 6
+9.0
+.1
+21.7
+3.8
+4.7

+28.4
+13.8
+66.9
+17.8
+26.6
+16.6
+20.8
+9.8
+18.8
+22.6
-1.3
+27.4
+18.5
+12.2

621,526
385,209
1,589,127
2*810,569
1,231,694
872,532
197,558
183*074
161,935
156,107
98,554
140,178
652,600
437,321

•5.9
+1.6
+12.6
+8.2
+5.9
•2.3
•2.0
•2.4
- . 8
• 29.5
•1.0
•6.2
•2.3
•4.4

+1 4 . 4
+7.7
• 13 . 5
+13.5
+13.3
• 11.9
+17.9
+13.2
+7.5
+28 . 8
•6.9
+10.0
+7.2
+12.5

85.3
48.8
109.0
97.9
137.2
51.8
47.1
50.0
35.5
45.1
37.4
37.3
62.5
40.5

13,678.2
522,240.2

—6. 2
+1 . 7

+18.5
+9,8

270,711
3,649,400

•3.3
+15.5

+6.8
+16.0

51.4
153.4

WEST V I R G I N I A :
WHEEL ING

8,826.5

+2 . 9

+3.5

209,831

+4.9

•6.7

43.1

DISTRICT

1,360, 082.5

+4.2

+19.9

13 , 9 6 0 , 9 8 8

•8.8

• 13.2

101.5

D I S T R I C T OF C O L U M B I A :
WASHINGTON

250,093.0

-8.3

+6.0

4,002,289

•4.6

• 11.4

63.9

MARYLAND:
BALTIMORE

202,773.4

—.7

+19.0

2,367,316

• 17.7

+2 5 . 1

92.6

9,052.8
73,83 2.0
12,079.5
4,694.3
62,555.5
58,870.4
4, 676. 8

-4.7
- . 5
-4.7
-11.7
-1.2
+. 3
-1.0

+31.5
+49.0
-2.3
+5 . 4
+9.5
-12.2
+5.9

144,002
803,013
167,969
117,315
700,892
467,882
93,144

• 15 . 3
+8.4
—. 7
—.6
+4.8
• 20.1
+2.4

+22.7
+15.4
+4.0
+6.8
+12.7
+2 2 . 2
+7.0

67.3
95.7
71.7
39.9
91.4
137.3
50.8

10,753.8
35,959.4
16,899.2

- . 5
+.1
+.2

+10. 6
+4.5
+15.5

248,540
411,079
331,749

•5.3
•2.8
+5.4

+11.1
+6.1
+12.1

44.4
#8.7
52.3

10,978.0
9,702.2
38,567.8
105,825.6
17,899.8

+29.6
—5.1
-4.2
-14.7
+3.2

+95.2
+13.1
•15.5
+6.5
+28.2

157,114
235,019
671,892
895,557
270,612

+1 5 . 1
+8.3
•6.9
+11.7
+1 8 . 2

+24.0
+13.4
+10.9
• 13.0
+16.0

74.8
42.9
59.3
124.7
71.7

25,062.4
16,507.6

-22.9
+.6

-20.0
•31.9

362.571
279,629

- . 9
—2 . 2

+5.9
+11.0

68.8
56.4

966,783.4

-5.1

•10.9

12,727,584

+8.3

+14.4

79.0

83,339.9
1,652.8
6,264.0
17,245.4
16, 162.2
4,023.0

+13.8
-4.4
-3.2
-6. 2
+4.3
-5.5

•21.3
•13.8
+16.2
•16.6
• 3 5 . 1R
•15.5

1,067,392
60,973
160,871
4 23*174
327*686
103,820

+13.2
-1.9
+6.6
•2.9
+1 6 . 2
+5.8

+1 1 . 5
+1.4
+17.6
• 12.0
• 11.8
+3 .8

82.9
26,8
40.2
4,1.3
53.0
3».8

+21.6
+13.4R
+9.7
—1.4
-3.8
+4 . 8
+1 . 3
+9.0

•44.0
+52.2
+31.2R
•28.8
• 5.5
-2.7
+9.5R
•36.0

821*846
634*4-73
2*865,734
475*895
156*639
177*822
1 *200*272
772*205

+ 10 . 9
•6.7R
• 11.7
+10.5
+8.0
+4.8
+11.4
•7.5

•6.9
•5.2
• 2 4 .8R
-5.2
-39.7
• 17.0
• 11.9R
•24.5

OHIO:
AKRON
CANTON
CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS
DAYTON
HAM I L T O N - M I D D L E T O W N
LIMA
LORAIN-ELYRIA
MANSFIELD
SPRINGFIELD
STEUBENVILLE-WEIRTON,
TOLEDO
YOUNG STOW N-WARR EN

W.

VA.

PENNSYLVANIA:
ERIE
PITTSBURGH

DISTRICT NO.

NO.

5 -

4

TOTALS

RICHMOND

NORTH C A R O L I N A :
ASHEVILLE
CHARLOTTE
DURHAM
FAYETTEVILLE
GREENSBORO-HIGH
RALEIGH
WILMINGTON

PT.-WINS-SALEM

SOUTH C A R O L I N A :
CHARLESTON
COLUMBIA
GREENVILLE
VIRGINIA:
LYNCHBURG
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON
NOR F O L K - V A . B E A C H - P O R T S M O U T H
RICHMOND
ROANOKE
WEST V I R G I N I A :
CHARLESTON
HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND, KY.
DISTRICT
D I S T R I C T NO.

6

NO.
-

5 TOTALS

ATLANTA

ALABAMA :
BIRMINGHAM
GAD S O 0 4
HUNTS V I L L E
MOBILE
MONTGOMERY
TUSCALOOSA
FLORIDA:
F T . LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD
J AC K S O N V I L L E
MIAMI
ORLANDO
PENSACOLA
TAL LAHASSEE
T A M P A - 5 T . PETERSBURG
W E S T PALM BEACH

40.371.0
107,740.1
130,278.6
27.559.1
8,875.8
12,607.9
58.999.2
19,870.2

R - PREVIOUS PERIOD R E V I S E D .
D E B I T S - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END O F MONTH S E A S O N A L L Y A D J U S T E D F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E OF D E B I T S D I V I D E D BY AVERAGE OF
P R E C E D I N G MONTHS S E A S O N A L L Y A D J U S T E D DEMAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




CURRENT AND

51.7
175.3
48.0
60.8
58.9
72.6
51.8
26.7

BANK D E B I T S ,

ENO-OF-MONTH D E P O S I T S ,

BE BITS TO DEMAND DEPOSITS
MAY
1977
( M I L L I O N S OF
DOLLARS )

DISTRICT NO. 6 -

PERCENT CHANGE
FROM
YEAR
MONTH
AGO
AGO

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER

MAY

DEMAND D k P o s m
1977
PERLfcN 1 CHANGfc

(THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS)

FROM
TON1H
YEAR
AGO
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
O F TURNOVER

CONTINUED

GEORGIA :
ALBANY
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
MACON
SAVANNAH

3,275.7
383,069.0
13,074.7
7,151.6
11,412.0
16,635.2

+.0
+18.1
+20.3
-5.9
• 17.3
-7.8

•38.4
•34.7
•53.1
•14.1
• 14.9
• 6.2

82 , 4 2 9
2,972,921
234,280
182,774
221,591
194,795

+9.8
+ 11 . 1
• 10.6
+6.1
+5.1
+ .0

• 17.1
• 19.7
+11.5
+13.9
+8 .2
+3.2

41.6
135.6
58.6
40.3
52.8
85.4

L O U S I AN A*
BATON ROUGE
LAFAYETTE
LAKE CHARLES
NEW ORLEANS

26,626.3
6,152.0
5,255.4
80,624.2

—3.6
-1.1
-2.9
—3. 3

•25.9
•15.7
•32.2
• 13.9

484,140
205,936
180,799
1,735,474

+8.8
+6.3
+1.2
+11.2

+1 5 . 0
+20.9
+11.5
+ 18 . 6

61.6
30.8
29.2
48 .9

MISSISSIPPI:
JACKSON

28,800.6

• 5. 6

•13.9

581 ,427

+2.6

+8 . 3

50.2

TENNESSEE:
CHATTANOOGA
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE

18,804.1
25,903.7
77,261.8

-.7
-.7
-9.9

• 5.7
•39.5
•41.0

348,114
433,804
864,884

+10.0
+10.1
+8.2

+11.3
+16.0
+13.8

56.6
62.6
92.8

+8.0R

•29.1R

17,972,170

+9.7R

+14.3R

72.2

—* 1
9.6
5.5
4.9
8.1
•.0
- . 3
•.6

• 8.3
• 9.2
•18.7
+42.8
•19.4
• 1 0 . 8R
•17.8
•14.5

161,614
209,118
12 , 9 4 7 , 3 4 5
405,447
155 ,015
408,024
248,920
273,051

+.4
•3.8
•5.7
-4.5
—5 . 5
+ .2
-3.6
—.4

+4.8
+5.7
+8.7
+6.7
+7.3
+6.2R
+4.7
+10.1

53.1
36.7
187.9
56.0
56.1
45.1
45.4
62.1

D I S T R I C T NO.
DISTRICT NO.

7 -

6

TOTALS

1,241,03 5.5

CH I CA G O

ILLINOIS:
BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL
CHAMPAIGN-URBAN A
CHICAGO
DAVENPORT-ROCK I S L A N D - M O L I N E
DECATUR
PEORIA
ROCKFORD
SPRINGFIELD
INDIANA:
FORT WAYNE
GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO
INDIANAPOLIS
L A F A Y E T T E - W E S T LAFAYETTE
MUNCIE
SOUTH BEND
TERRE HAUTE

8,562.5
7,530.1
2,366,667.7
23,229.6
8,942.3
18,379.8
11,501.6
16,978.3

•
•
•
•

26,362.1
25,95 3.0
190,350.8
5,697.1
5,196.4
14,044.8
5,602.6

•9.1
•4.0
•23.6
—* 1
• 3.8
• 3.9
-2.9

•22.5
+15.6
+41.4
+25.1
+9.3
+17.5
+12.6

340,209
525,957
1,388,026
129,652
113,069
270,369
184,542

-5.4
+1 . 0
+3.2
• 10.0
•5.9
-4.1
•2.7

+7.8
+8.7
+3 . 6
+11.6
+7.3
+8.5R
+14.9

75.4
49.6
139.3
46.0
47.3
50.9
30.8

10,582.9
69,944.7
6,155.5
11,356.1
5,032.4

—1.5
-.5
•4.7
• 5.5
• 2.5

+1 7 . 0
+26.1
+19.5
+8.9
•16.9

182,526
538,145
99,006
181,388
120,567

•1.7
•11.3
•5.2
•2.2
•6.6

+4.4
+15.3
+9.3
+6.6
+4.0

58.5
136.9
63.8
63.3
43.1

MICHIGAN:
ANN ARBOR
BAY C I T Y
DETROIT
F L I NT
GRAND R A P I D S
JACKSON
KALAMAZOO
LANSING-EAST LANSING
MUSKEGON-MUSKEGON H E I G H T S
SAGINAW

9,516.9
5,317.5
574,738.9
18,506.5
37,041.7
5,592.8
8,734.8
17,231.9
4,628.9
13,762.4

•4.7
-2.7
•7.3
•13.6
•7.5
-4.4
—3.6
•9.4
•3.8
•9.5

•20.7
•51.9
• 3 5 . 1R
+29.8R
+24.7
+15.1
+9.6
-11.2
+7.5
+20.8

226,175
63,348
4,663,376
270,173
496,545
139,580
203,316
310,066
89,292
190,035

*2.0
—7 . 0
-1.0
-3.3
-1.0
•7.8
-4.4
-2.8
+.1
•2.4

+7.3
+.3
+7.2R
+1.0R
+1.2
+8.7
+ 10.3
+13 . 6
+6.5
+4.5

42.5
80.9
122.6
67.3
74.2
41 . 6
42 . 0
54.8
51.9
73.3

WISCONSIN:
GREEN BAY
KENOSHA
MADISON
MILWAUKEE
RACINE

9,924.2
2,462.5
19,800.6
175,972.0
6,120.5

•23.1
-5.2
• 1.3
-17.2
• 1.4

+28.5
+ 1.6R
—.7
+28.1
+19.8

163,335
68,278
337,493
1,830,935
130,926

+10 . 6
•5.0
•4.3
*8.2
-1.2

+1 5 . 0
+4.9R
+9.9
+12.3
+1.6

63.8
37.0
59.9
99.9
46.5

3.747.422.4

• 5.0

+22.3R

28,064,863

•3.3

IOWA:
CEDAR R A P I D S
DES M O I N E S
DUBUQUE
SIOUX C I T Y
WATERLOO

DISTRICT NO. 7 TQTAWS

R - PREVIOUS PERIOD R E V I S E D .
D E B I T S - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END O F MONTH SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E OF D E B I T S D I V I D E D BY AVERAGE OF CURRENT AND
P R E C E D I N G MONTHS SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D DEMAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




+8.2RI

135.7

BANK D E B I T S ,

ENO-OF—MONTH D E P O S I T S ,

D E B I T S TO D E W w> b t t t i S t T S
PERCENT CHANGE
MAY
1977
FROM
( M I L L I O N S OF
YEAR
MONTH
DOLLARS!
AGO
AGO
DISTRICT NO.

8 -

ST.

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVBt

DEMAND DEPOSITS
MAY
1977
(THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS)

P E R C E N 1 CHANGE
FROM
YEAR
MONTH
AGO
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
OF TURNOVER

LOUIS

ARKANSAS:
EL DORADO*
F O R T SMITH
HELENA*
L I T T L E ROCK-WORTH L I T T L E
P I N E BLUFF
TEXARKANA, T E X .

5, 1BB.8
6,380.4
549.8
59,656.1
3,974.7
3,513.2

-7.9
-7.7
-9.0
+22.3
+.8
+13.4

+9.6
+20.8
-22.5
+115.8
+13.3
+38.0

60,154
205,249
21,077
503,990
87,338
110,845

-1.8
+8.4
+13.3
+ .5
-11 .0
+1.8

•13.0
+13.8
-11.8
+9.2
+7.4
+10.0

85.5
32.3
27.7
118.6
42.9
32.0

3,050.0

-11.7

+15.0

78,242

—.4

+.8

38.9

INDIANA:
EVANSVILLE

14,158.5

• 1.6

+18.3

315,506

+4.6

+10.7

45.9

KENTUCKY:
LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO*
PADXAH*

89,505.6
3,188.6
2, 5 0 6 . 0

• 3.7
-4.0
• 2.9

•30.6
+17.4
+26.0

1,085,570
107,661
76,707

+5.3
+7.5
-.6

+12.8
+9.7
+12.3

84.6
30.7
32.6

1,894.1

-7.1

+9.7

56,626

+2.7

-3.8

33.9

1,968.3
593.4
424,791.4

-9.7
+1.0
+1 . 5

+9.6
+18.3
+25.0

55,171
26,050
2,929,156

—6.8
+5.1
+6.8

+1.9
+14.3
+9.4

34.4
23.3
149.8

14,534.2

+7 . 0

+46.5

220,658

+7.8

+22.9

68.3

2,382.7
86,979.9

+1.0
+6.9

+20.6
+23.7

69,782
988,692

•4.4
+13.5

+ 10 . 9
+15.0

34.9
93.5

724,815.6

+3.7

+29.8

6,998,474

+6.2

+11*0

106.7

9,69 2.6
419,772.1

-3.8
+1.1

+18.5
+45.4

237,033
2,648,260

+3.3
+1 1 . 1

+10.2
+20.9

41.5
166.9

10,025.0
11,113.7

+21.3
+8 . 7

+81.0
+23.5

165,869
116,243

+7.7
+1.7

+16.2
• 18.0

62.7
96.4

8,508.3

+4.2

+17.8

186,032

+6.2

+7 .4-

47.1

ILLINOIS:
QUINCY*

MISSISSIPPI:
GREENVILLE*
MISSOURI:
CAPE GIRARDEAU*
HANNIBAL*
S T . LOUIS
SPRINGFIELD
TENNESSEE:
JACKSON*
MEMPHIS
D I S T R I C T NO.
DISTRICT NO. 9 -

B TOTALS

MINNEAPOLIS

MINNESOTA:
DULUTH-SUPERIOR, WISC.
M I N N E A P O L I S - S T . PAUL
MONTANA:
BILLINGS
GREAT F A L L S
NORTH DAKOTA:
FARGO-MOORHEAD, M I N N .
SOUTH DAKOTA:
SIOUX F A L L S
DISTRICT
DISTRICT NO.

ROCK

8,602.4

+40.9

157,112

-2.3

+6.2

54.1

+1.9

+44.0

3,510,549

+9.1

+ 18 . 3

139.0

10,272.2

+12.8
+. 7
—3.6

•16.6
+26.5
+14.2

254,212
1,997,104

93,168

+5.8
•3.5
+9.8

+11.2
• 18.6
+ 10 . 6

41.5
75 . 3
42 . 8

+3.3
+5 . 4

+21.7
+30.1

233,673
591,791

+7.7
+5.3

• 11.8
+10.3

352.0
65.4

171,422.2
4,086.9

+4.4

+10.3
+6.2

2 ,096,388

KANSAS C I T Y

COLORADO:
COLORADO S P R I N G S

147,774.0

DENVER

PUEBLO
KANSAS:
TOPEKA
WICHITA
MISSOURI:
KANSAS C I T Y ,
S T . JOSEPH

+16.7

79,336.9
37,749.4

10 -

TOTALS

467,713.9

3,807.8

NO. 9

KANSAS

+17.0

1,114.2

SEDALIA*

+14.6

%:8oo7?

\S\-4 1

l

87.3

Hit-

+1 9 . 8

3

M

NEBRASKA:
LINCOLN
OMAHA, IOWA

17,529.4
56,785.1

+4.3
+10.3

+19.0
+25.0

231,101
742,299

•5.6
+9.5

+7 . 1
+10.8

77.9
80.0

NEW M E X I C O :
ALBUQUERQUE

49,535.5

+23.2

+37.0

461,764

•4.6

+ 12 . 8

109.7

OKLAHOMA:
LAW TON
OKLAHOMA C I T Y
TULSA

2,266.6
65,018.1
71,367.6

+1.1
-8.1
+6.5

+21.4
+23.2
+22.1

98,674
1,134,580
1,081,876

+5.9
+10.6
+2 0 . 0

+14.3
+2 0 . 8
+2 7 . 1

23.6
60.2
72.0

718,006.0

+4.0

+21.1

9,179,513

•9.7

+17.6

82.1

D I S T R I C T NO.

1 0 TOTALS

• C I T Y ONLY I OR) NOT AN SNSA BUT REPORTED ON A COUNTY B A S I S .
D E B I T S - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END OF MONTH SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E OF D E B I T S D I V I D E D BY AVERAGE OF CURRENT AND
PRECEDING MONTHS SEASONALLY A D J U S T S ) DBtAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




BANK DEB I T S ,

e

ENO-OF—MONTH D E P O S I T S r

Tn DEZ
IAND O E P f t t T T ^
|MAV
1977
P E R C E N T CHANGE
( M I L L I O N S OF
_ERp
DOLLARS!
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER

DEBITS

DISTRICT NO.

11

-

9,819.1
24,579.9

NEW M E X I C O :
ROSWELL*

NO.

12

-

MONTH
AGO

FROM

YEAR
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
O F TURNOVER

•42.6
•30.8

1 1 TOTALS

6.462.0
15,328.6
35.727.6
15,254.9
11,788.8
15,910.3
984.6
409,311.1
18.651.7
57.694.2
7.026.1
391,079.4
2,88 9.6
17,809.6

6, 888.8

10,88 0. 1
7,815.5
5,417.9
46.659.3
6.093.7
8.246.8
6,668.5
1,140,736.6

+2 . 3 |
• 4.8
-8.4 I

• 8.1

-1.3
• 2.9
• 3.1

• 12.6

-5.4
—.6 [
•13.8

—1.6

•15.7
-1.3
•4.9
—4. 8 I
• 1.3
• .9
•4.1
-7.5

• 8.1

-3.8
+3.4

199,778
450,742

-1
•7.1

63,116

•24.8
•23.5
•34.0
•29.0

•26.1

•29.0
•19.3
•33.7
•9.5
•30.3
•32.8
•31.0

•28.1

•51.5
•14.6

•12.6

•34.9
•24.2

•26.2

•30.1
•17.9
•39.7
+36.5

•3.
•1.4
-5
•6.
•5.
•1
•1.
•5.
•6.1
•1.

61.0
56.5

•6.1

192.281
313,227
622,933
433,771
164,617
401,089
48,328
3 ,884,494
428.282
1,252,029
190,300
5,430,601
96,114
307,124
226,058
280,497
226,869
124,288
1*138,521
201,398
201,843
209,235

•4.2
•10.9

•6.6
•8.

-2.

•7.0

•1.6
•8.1
•8.1
•8 .4

• 12 .6
•3.3

•6.8
• 11.9
• 15.9

• 10.0

• 14.8
•9.1
•13.5

•3.0
•2.9

• 10.8

• 33.0

• 11.3
•55.2

•6
•7.3
•4.8
•3 .0

+14.8
• 18.7
•3.1
•5.7

•6.0

•2.1

17,047,535

+5.7

1,489,665

•6.1

•21.6

34.2
49 .3
55.9
36.2
73.7
40.0
20.5

108.0

44.8
46.4
38.1
75.0
29.7
58.8
30.9
39.9
39.3
44.0
42.3
31.3
41.8
32.3
69.0

SAN F R A N C I S C O

ARIZONA :
PHOENIX

96,899.6

TUCSON

CALIFORNIA:
A N A H E I M - S A N T A ANA-GARDEN GROVE
BAK E R S F I E L D
FRESNO
LOS A N G E L E S - L O N G BEACH
OXN ARD—SIMI V A L L E Y - V E N T U R A
,
R I V E R S I D E - S A N BERNARDINO—ONTARIft
SAN D I E G O
SAN F R A N C I S C O - O A K L A N D
SAN J O S E
SANTA BARBARA-SANTA M A R I A - L D M P o t
STOCKTON
IDAHO:
BOISE

-4.8
-5.1

+1 . 5

TEXAS:
ABILENE
AMARILLO
AUSTIN
BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR-ORANGE
,
BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN-SAN BENITO
T
CORPUS C H R I S T I
CORSICANA*
DALLAS
EL PASO
F O R T WORTH
GALVESTON-TEXAS C I T Y
HOUSTON
LAREDO
LUBBOCK
MC ALLEN—PHARR—ED I N BURG
MIDLAND
ODESSA
SAN ANGELO
SAN A N T O N I O
TYLER
WACO
WICHITA FALLS
DISTRICT

) EPOS I T S
P E R C E N T CHANGE

DALLAS

LOUISIANA:
MONROE
SHREVEPORT

DISTRICT NO.

MAY
1977
<THOUSANDS
DOLLARS)

32,212.6

115,979.3
16,18 9.1
29,536.1
,068,650.5
18,164.8
49,072.7
131,407.9
044,44 2.5
89,022.0
13,72 2.9
14,588.1

• 7.2
+8.6

•.7
-2.2
•9.4 I
• 8.4
•10.6
•12.4
•17.9
• 7.1
•6.8 I
-10.8
-8.6 I

CITY

•27.4
+ .5

•33.6R
-6.6R
•34.OR
•18.8R
•15.7R
•28.7R
• 2 7 . 9R
•17.2R
•32.9R
-2.1R
•41.2

400,773

2,187,572
362,012
533,453
12,607,344
365,584
1,023,061
1,574,674
6,636,455
1,363,100
316,357
363,570

-1.2
-.5

•4.0
• .3
•7.6
• .4

• .2

•3.8

•1.8

245,700

79.9

461,495
302,575

•9.3
•7.2

52.9
42.7
56.5
84.9
51.5
48.1
83.5
160.3
65.9
43.5
44.1

•23.4b
• 27.5

43.7
45.8

• 11 . 5

19,29 2.6
13,405.1

• 5.1
• 3.9

•31.8
•45.8

9,914.4
151,134.5

-2.1
•18.3

•28.1R
•31.9R

215,980
1 ,483,248

7,86 5.4
48,774.5

• 15.3
- 4 . 9

•28.6R
•19.9R

126,647
791,509

195,710.9
50,524.6
22,738.5

OREGON:
EUGENE-SPRINGFIELD
PORTLAND

• 33 . 2R
•6.9R
• 18.5R
• 17-5R
•24-9R
• 23 .3R
• 2 3 .4R
•13.5R
•21.9R
• 13.9R

67.0

•21.a

-8.8

•15.4R

NEVADA:
LAS VEGAS
RENO

•21.5
-.1

• 1.8
•11.6
-3.5

• 2 6 . 2R
•38.5
• 2 4 . OR

1,699,939
440,646
342,571

• 7.4

+32.7R

•16^%
•25.TR

46.3
101.9

UTAH:
OGOEN

S A L T LAKE C I T Y
WASHINGTON:
S E A T T L E - E V E RETT
SPOKANE
TACOMA
DISTRICT
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NO.

PREVIOUS PERIOD

12

TOTALS

3,257,375.9

35,333,930

REVISED.

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DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END O F MONTH SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D F I G U R E S .




CURRENT AND

•1.7
•2.9

•2.8
•6.6
•3.9

•4.4R

62.6

•15.8R

62.5

•17.5R
•31.ft

116.7
118.3
67.6

• 16.0(1

93.0