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FOR IMMEDIATE
October 8,

RELEASE
1976

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 )

D E B I T S TO DEMAND D E P O S I T ACCOUNTS

1975

1976

1975

1976

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

TOTAL
233
CENTERS
23,269.4
23,181.9
24,137.1
24,067*7
23,565.1
23,845.0
25,528.4
26,474.4
25,792.8
25,490.9
26,625.6
27,102.3
27,877.1

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

TOTAL
233
CENTERS
178.9
181.1
179.1
180.0
179.8
180.5
181.9
184.4
183.2
182.7
184.6
187.1
198.0

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

TOTAL
233
CENTERS
130.4
128.8
134.0
134.0
131.0
132.4
140.9
144.6
140.3
139.3
145.0
145.8
144.8

LEADING CENTERS
NY
10,628.8
10,585.0
11,801.5
11,529.9
10,970.9
11,517.7
12,212.0
12,629.6
12,482.8
12,179.0
12,844.3
13,354.2
13,221.1

6

1
OTHERS
5,125.1
5,153.0
4,921.3
4,937.3
4,932.5
4,789.0
5,324.6
5,560.9
5,302.4
5,327.1
5,561.2
5,497.7
5,935.8

D EMAND D E P O S I T S
(END OF MONTH)
LEADING CENTERS
NY
31.5
32.5
32.3
31.6
30.8
32.1
32.9
34.0
32.6
31.4
32.6
33.3
32.7

6

1
OTHERS
41.2
42.0
40.9
41.8
41.5
41.5
41.7
42.9
42.2
41.8
42.5
43.0
42.9

TURNOVER OF DEMAND D E P O S I T S
(A WNUAL RATE B A S I S )
LEADING CENTERS

1975

1976

NY
335.0
330.7
364.0
360.8
351.8
366.0
375.4
377.5
374.9
380.2
400.8
405.0
400.6

6

1
OTHERS
124.4
123.8
118.7
119.5
118.4
115.4
128.1
131.4
124.6
126.9
131.9
128.6
138.2

TOTAL 2 3 2
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES N Y )
12,640.5
12,596.9
12,335.6
12,537.8
12,594.2
12,327.3
13,316.4
13,844.8
13,310.0
13,311.9
13,781.3
13,748.1
14,656.0

226
OTHER
CENTERS
7,515.4
7,443.8
7,414.3
7,600.5
7,661.8
7,538.3
7,991.8
8,283.9
8,007.7
7,984.7
8,220.1
8,250.4
8,720.2

TOTAL 2 3 2
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES NY)
147.4
148.6
146.8
148.5
149.0
148.3
148.9
150.4
150.6
151.2
151.9
153.8
165.3

226
OTHER
CENTERS
106.1
106.6
105.9
106.7
107.5
106.9
107.3
107.5
108.4
109.4
109.4
110.7
122.4

TOTAL 2 3 2
CENTERS
(EXCLUDES N Y )
86.2
85.1
83.5
84.9
84.7
82.9
89.6
92.5
88.4
88.2
90.9
89.9
91.9

226
OTHER
CENTERS
71.2
70.0
69.8
71.5
71.6
70.3
74.6
77.2
74.2
73.3
75.1
74.9
74.8

NOTES DEMAND D E P O S I T ACCOUNTS ARE THOSE OF I N D I V I D U A L S , P A R T N E R S H I P S AND
CORPORATIONS AND OF STATES 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 .
1.
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 LOS ANGELES-LONG 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 TO DEM ND D E P O S I T S
AUGUST
1976
PERCENT CHANGE
FBf F
( M I L L I O N S OF
DOLLARS 1
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
Aftn
DISTRICT NO.

-

ANNUAL RATE
OF TllRhlflVFB
v r i u i x n u v Ci\

MASSACHUSETTS:
BOSTON
BROCKTON
FALL R I V E R
LAWRENCE-HAVERHILL
LOWELL
NEW BEDFORD
PITTSFIELD
S P R I N G F I E L D - C H I C O P E E-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*

2

933,609
301,914
112,614
170,003

-6.2
•5.8
•7.8
-10.9

• .8
•1.8
•6. 5
-7.3

135.5
70.3
48.2
72.3

3,904.3
3,633.0
13,811.8

•7.6
—4.0
• 2.6

•23.9
•29.3
•24.3

60,137
41,634
187,792

-3.7
•1.2
•1.1

-1.6
3
-.2

63.7
87.8
73.9

579,181.7
4,380.7
3,364.6
7,423.9
4,112.9
2,397.9
3,071.1
19,343.3
16,738.0

•6.0
•4.6
• 3.2
• 1.7
•5.0
-1.2
-2.5
• 5.0
-.1

• 16.0
•31.3
•9.1
•4.4
-2.0
•12.5
- . 4
•18.8

3,781,111
91,102
74,747
178,424
85,873
68,191
72,301
319,654
297,352

•4.5
•8.9
• .5
-2.4
• 10.8
•4.7
• 13.1
•4.9

•2.2
• 8.0
• 1.2
• 6.4
•3.2
• 3.7
• .2
-2.1
•5.0

156.5
50.1
45.1
41.1
50.3
36.0
45.1
61.9
58.6

• 15.3
•4.5

•17.1
•11.8

41,515
81,021

—7 . 4
•12.9

—1.6
•17.1

58.0
59.3

57,840.0

-6.0

•9.3

765,035

-. 5

-1.1

75.4

• 8.7

118,498

•3.2

•5.9

59.2

•4.7

• 13.2

7,782,527

•2.3

•1.6

117.3

• 2.9
-2.1

•19.9
•11.8

308,997
324,652

• .0
•3.6

-5.9
•4.9

57.5
46.8

43,187.5
172,379.0
88,371.9

•26.7
• 4.3
• 5.7

•67.0
•24.3
• 13.5

465,535
1,938,695
1,450,710

• .3
-3.6
-3.1

•3.9
-3.4
•4.9

92.9
87.3
60.0

•11.7
•6.1
-1.0
•9.9
•6.9
•5.9

•79.1
—7.6
•24.4
• 17.5
•12.4
•2.9

190,408
946,423
32,697,878
785,853
553,437
181,445

-1.4
-2.3
-1.8
•1.1
•4.5
-1.4

-2.7
-4.5
•3.7
•2.0
•5.7
-2.1

75.7
61.7
400.6
73.9
69.9
40.5

13,734,376.9

-.7

•24.2

39,844,033

-1.7

•3.0

341.7

114,368.5

•.4

•12.BR

810,429

-2.9

•14.5R

139.0

6,222.4
79,445.5

-.4
• 5.6

•8.2
•6.0

204,450
466,242

-2.5
•6.0

—6.9
• 13.4

30.1
175.3

2,401.2
19,609.1
5.088.8
36,169.4
1.076.0
15,752.8
627,671.3
17.187.4
6.270.1
11.241.5
3.808.9
8,236.0

- . 1
•9.4
-4.0
•12.0
-6.6
•4.2
• 5.8
•4.2
•4.5
•4.0
•11.0
•4.8

•24.2
•13.3
•11.4
•26.0
• .9
•5.1
•6.4
•21.1
• 12.4
•10.6
•22.9
•17.1

84,719
448,571
143,571
505,945
38,618
394,113
5,448,014
355,127
188,974
318,776
98,712
236,228

-4.5
•1.9
-.2
-1.1
• 3.3
-1.9
•3.6
-2.5
—2.6
-2.7
-.9
—.7

•12.3
•1.0
•5.2
• .0
•3.2
•3.1
•2.4
• .7
•6.8
-4.8
•4.7
•4.5

27.7
44.1
35.4
71.1
28.3
39.6
117.3
47.8
32.7
34.8
38.4
34.7

954,548.9

•5.2

9,742,489

•1.6

NEW YORK

NEW Y O R K :
BINGHAMTON
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
ROCHESTER
SYRACUSE
UTICA-ROME
NO.

3 -

-5.8

902,701.4

14,508.0
59,113.6
13,221,117.4
5T,753.6
37,844.5
7,394.1

-

1 TOTALS

NEW J E R S E Y :
JERSEY CITY
NEWARK
PATERSON-CLIFTON—PASSAIC

2 TOTALS

PHILADELPHIA

DELAWARE:
WILMINGTON
NEW J E R S E Y :
ATLANTIC CITY
TRENTON
PENNSYLVANIA:
ALTOONA
HARRISBURG
JOHNSTOWN
LANCASTER
LEBANON*
ALLENTOWN-EASTON-BE THLEHEM
PHILADELPHIA
READING
SCRANTON
WILKE S - B A R R E - H A Z E LTON
WILLIAMSPORT*
YORK
DISTRICT

•3.6
• 17.9
•25.5
•3.1

17,781.5
14,925.9

NO.

CONNECTICUT:
BRIDGEPORT
STAMFORD

DISTRICT

• 4.7
•5.7
• 2.7
•18.7

6,909.0

DISTRICT
NO.

130,652.5
20,636.1
5,230.3
13,037.4

2,504.7
4,528.3

MAINE:
BANGOR*
LEWISTON-AUBURN
PORTLAND-SOUTH PORTLAND

DISTRICT NO.

nFMAMT) n F P f l S l T C
AUGUST
1976
P E R C E N T CHANGE
(THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR

1 -r BOSTON

CONNECTICUT:
HARTFORD
NEW HAVEN
NORWICH-G ROTON-NEW LONDON
WATERBURY

DISTRICT

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER

NO.

3 TOTALS

•8.4R

R - PREVIOUS PERIOD R E V I S E D .
• 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 ADJUSTED ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END OF MONTH SEASONALLY ADJUSTED F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL RATE 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 E D DEMAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




•3.4R

98.8

BANK D E B I T S ,

END—0F—MONTH D E P O S I T S ,

n t R T T S r n n p * j Mn n F P n t t r s
AUGUST
1976
PERCENT CHANGE
POTm
( M I L L I O N S OF
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
ACn
ACn
DISTRICT NO. 4

-

AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER

AUGUST
1976
(THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS)

PERCENT CHANGE
pen*
YEAR
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
OF TURNOVER

MONTH
AGO

CLEVELAND

KENTUCKY:
LEXINGTON

9,835.1

W. V A .

PENNSYLVANIA:
ERIE
PITTSBURGH
WEST V I R G I N I A :
WHEELING

-2.3

+22.2

285,838

+4.9

+8.5

35.2

43,543.6
17,710.1
110,943.5
247,438.5
122,432.8
39,689.0
9,126.9
9,677.5
5,665.6
5,409.6
3,674.3
4,829.8
38,912.7
16,477.8

+2 . 4
+6*4
+8.4
•8.8
-4.4
•5.9
•16.8
+13.0
• 4.8
•13.8
• 11.6
•6.4
+9.8
+1.7

+2.7
+16. 6
+3.8
+7.6
-10.8
+10.5
+46.2
+5 7 . 5
+15.7
+14.9
+15.1
+43.7
+18.8
+12.7

557,301
355,917
1,438,329
2,484,317
1,108,313
789,041
178,090
157,499
150,774
111,421
95,561
120,007
615,874
389,205

-2.0
+1 . 3
+4.1
+. 0
-1.3
+. 1
+1.8
—6.6
—3 . 4
-2.8
+.8
-4.7
—2.6
+2.4

+2.3
•3.8
•6.7
*2.6
•4.5
•3.5
•15.7
-3.8
• 7.8
•4.9
+11.5
-2.9
+2.7
+2.7

77.4
50.1
78.7
99 .6
109.7
50.3
51.7
59.3
36.9
47.9
38.6
39.3
62.4
42.8

12,613.9
511,917.7

OHIO:
AKRON
CANTON
CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND
COLUMBUS
DAYTON
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN
LIMA
LORAIN-ELYRIA
MANSFIELD
SPRINGFIELD
STEUBENVILLE—WEIRTON»
TOLEDO
YOUNG STOW N-WARR EN

+1 2 . 7
+7 . 6

+21.9
-2.6

257,324
3,115,587

+4.4
+1.6

+3.9
-7.3

50.1
165.6

9,262.0

+16.6

+51.3

197,835

+3.9

+.7

47.7

1,219,160.4

+6 . 5

+2.1

12,408,233

+.7

+. 9

98.6

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

238,552.9

-1.4

+1.2

3,869,492

+4.2

+7.9

62.9

MARYLAND:
BALTIMORE

DISTRICT
DISTRICT NO.

N O . 4 TOTALS

5 -

RICHMOND

195,045.5

+1 2 . 7

+15.2

1,984,475

+7.4

+6.5

101.8

NORTH C A R O L I N A :
ASHEVILLE
CHARLOTTE
DURHAM
FAYETTEVILLE
GREENSBORO-HIGH P T . - W I N S - S A L E h
RALEIGH
WILMINGTON

8,191.8
65,905.4
13,072.8
4,503.8
63,738.5
58,648.3
4,994.6

+8 . 1
+11.2
+12.1
-.7
+4.7
+.0
+13.7

+26.6
+20.0
+7.1
+9.9
+12.9
+6.2
+1.7

124,159
688,789
173,468
111,654
670,890
437,180
90,998

+8.0
+4.0
+5.7
•6.9
+8.5
•7.4
+2.3

+10.1
+6.0
+4.5
+7.7
+9.4
•10.8
+.2

68.5
97.5
77.5
41.7
98.9
139.0
55.5

SOUTH C A R O L I N A :
CHARLESTON
COLUMBIA
GREENVILLE

9,465.7
29,220.8
14,583.8

+5 . 1
-1.2
+1.0

+3.1
+3.0
+5.7

233,521
386,061
307,250

+.0
+5.1
+2.9

•2.5
-1.8
+6.6

40.5
77.6
48.1

7,160.1
9,441.0
35,421.9
110,376.7
15,214.4

+8 . 3
+2.4
+6. 8
-12.4
+2 . 1

+26.8
+5.3
+16.2
+15.9
+6.7

131,295
210,031
653,000
759,356
234,475

+4.5
+.4
+4.3
-2.3
-3.2

+4.6
+6.1
+9.1
+4.5
-2.5

55.7
45.1
55.4
143.7
63.8

KY.

29,209.6
15,929.6

-10.6
+16.8

+77.3
•48.6

338,463
256,525

+2.3
+.6

+.8
+11.7

87.3
62*3

5 TOTALS

928,677.3

+ 1.9

+11.6

11,661,082

+4.3

+6.5

81.3

+6 . 0
-65.6R
+2.3
-1.6
-.4
-2.7

+25.0
-62.1
+14.4
-2.6
+16.5
+8 . 5

939,558
56,763
139,713
381,876
266,824
98,175

+2.1
-3.9R
+3.0
-3.0
-1.2
-2.3

+1 . 2
-1.3
•2.4
+8.2
-1.8
+2.4

77.1
9.0
39.9
41.1
44.2
36.4

+10.5
+20.5
+9.6
—2.6
-1.3
+4.4
+1.3
+8 . 7

+30.3
•59.2
•29.5
•21.3
+41.2
+15.8
+. 9
+16.8

787,032
588,624
2,577,363
490,108
267,002
148,035
1,026,274
646,900

+5.5
-6.7
+12.6
+7.4
+11.9
+12.9
+3.4
•2.0

41.5
171.2
47.0
48.0
34.1
89.0
55.5
26.3

VIRGINIA:
LYNCHBURG
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON
N O R F O L K - V A . BEACH-PORTSMOUTH
RICHMOND
ROANOKE
WEST V I R G I N I A :
CHARLESTON
HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND,
DISTRICT
DISTRICT NO.

NO.

6 -

ATLANTA

ALABAMA:
BIRMINGHAM
GADSDEN
HUNTSV1LLE
MOBILE
MONTGOMERY
TUSCALOOSA
FLORIDA:
F T . LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD
JACKSONVILLE
MIAMI
ORLANDO
PENSACOLA
TALLAHASSEE
T A M P A - S T . PETERSBURG
WEST PALM BEACH

71,691.2
521.7
5,491.4
15,946.5
11,855.8
3,615.1

31,660.4
97,722.3
118,180.8
23,180.5
8,995.9
13,082.1
58,323.0
16,681.3

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 OF MONTH SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 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 O F CURRENT AND
PRECEDING 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 .




+6.3
+6.4
+5.0
+2.9
+2.5
+1.3
-4.5
+4.2

BANK D E B I T S * END-OF-MONTH D E P O S I T S * AND D E P O S I T TURNOVER
D B T T D M N bfertKltS
E I S O E A6
AUTIUSI
1976
PERCENT CHANGE
1 M I L L I O N S OF
FROM
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO
D I S T R I C T NO. 6 -

DEMAND D E P O S I T S
Ad S
uUT
19>6
PERCENT CHANGE
(THOUSANDS OF
FRIDM
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
OF TURNOVER

CONTINUED

GEORGIA:
ALBANY
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
COLUMBUS
MACON
SAVANNAH

2,562.9
309,126.3
10,164.2
6,741.3
9,653.3
17,678.8

+2 . 1
+9.8
+2.6
+5.0
-.4
+.9

+8.2
+24.2
+43.2
+12.6
-7.4
+37.6

71,923
2,382,712
211,330
167,257
200,238
190,441

+8.7
-7.5
•3.3
•2.0
-1.1
•2.9

+8.6
+3.8
+8.7
+12.7
+11.0
+16.9

31.1
12 4 . 7
46.9
40.7
4b.0
94.1

LOUSIANA:
BATON ROUGE
LAFAYETTE
LAKE CHARLES
NEW ORLEANS

26,701.0
6,083.7
4,031.9
77,526.7

• 8.8
• 6.3
-4.5
• 9.7

+12.9
+21.8
•33.0
+.1

396,775
187,115
171,849
1,456,464

—.4
+4.1
+7.0
+3.2

+12.5
+11.9
+10.3
+11.6

67.2
33.2
24.3
54.1

MISSISSIPPI:
JACKSON

28,689.7

-4.3

+31.3

583,012

+7.2

+11.2

TENNESSEE:
CHATTANOOGA
KNOXVILLE
NASHVILLE

16,617.6
22,681.5
66,803.2

• 1.8
+2.0
•18.8

+2.4
+18.1
+22.7

304,380
372,480
780,328

+1.4
+2.5
+4.7

-2.8
+5 . 4
+1.0

+21.9

15,890,551

+1 .2R

+6.3

+ .2
-1.7
+.8
+4.3
-.3
+ 1 0 .OR
+3.3
+3.6

+8.3
+2.9
+3.1
+5.8
+2.5
+18.1
-3.3
+3.6

DISTRICT
D I S T R I C T NO. 7

NO. 6
-

TOTALS

1,082,010.2

• 8.2R

55.0

61.6

87.6

CHICAGO

ILLINOIS:
BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA
CHICAGO
DAVENPORT—ROCK I S L A N D - M O L I N E
DECATUR
PEORIA
ROCKFORD
SPRINGFIELD

IOWA:
CEDAR R A P I D S
DES MOINES
DUBUQUE
SIOUX C I T Y
WATERLOO

• 7.8
-11.2
+11.7
+14.1
+8.6
-3.7
-5.4
+9.8

+15.2
-2.0
+29.6
+30.6
+10.4
+7.1
+14.1
+16.5

167,612
190,048
12,362,426
420,513
153,576
433,381
244,250
252,200

22,904.0
24,770.9
156,745.5
4,915.6
5,823.2
12,851.6
5,127.9

+4 . 7
+5.4
+29.5
+9.7
+29.3
+4.1
+4.4

•24.0
+12.5
+29.5
+2.4
+6.0
+24.8
-2.4

335,560
561,092
1,463,371
123,126
104,394
269,787
167,938

-2.7
+.2
+2.1
+6.2
-1.8
+2.1
+1.3

+9.2
+9.1
+1.3
+6.8
-5.1
+3.3
+5.1

8,896.3
54,400.3
4,565.1
9,390.8
4,931.9

INDIANA:
FORT WAYNE
GARY-HAMMOND-EAST CHICAGO
INDIANAPOLIS
LAFAYETTE-WEST LAFAYETTE
MUNCIE
SOUTH BEND
TERRE HAUTE

8,241.1
5,546.5
2,355,771.2
19,074.2
8,793.7
17,803.1
10,823.4
15,698.7

-.7
+6.4
+13.5
+1.6
+12.9

+11.0
+8.5
+19.6
*3.1
+15.5

184,576
477,023
94,925
172,253
123,917

+4.0
-1.0
+4.6
+2.0
+2.8

+3.7
+4.3
+10.8
+4.3
+2.3

49.1
113.5
49.2
55.1
40.3

49.2
28.9
191.3
46.3
57.2
43.0
45.0
63.4
67.3
44.2

106.2
41.1
55.3
46.1
30.7

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

8,547.6
3,568.1
434,561.9
14,287.7
32,562.5
5,164.7
8,495.8
16,020.4
4,441.4
10,762.8

+2.8
+4.4
•13.6
+3.9
• 5.2
-3.2
+4.9R
+8.6
-6.2
-.6

+9.3
+8.4
-3.2
+13.0
+12.6
+8.8
•15.6
+32.6
•22.1
•12.0

213,590
69,244
4,268,200
239,937
504,136
125,244
195,546
281,347
84,953
187,318

+.7
+10.3
-3.7
+.9
-1.2
+.1
+.5R
-2.6
-1.7
+1.5

+4.1
-.2
-1.9
-8.0
+.1
+4.0
+7.5
+3.7
+5 . 7
+7.2

40.2
54.1
99.9
59.6
64.2
41.3
43.6
56.2
51.8
57.9

WISCONSIN:
GREEN BAY
KENOSHA
MADISON
MILWAUKEE
RACINE

8,179.2
2,406.7
20,133.1
185,530.6
5,792.9

+3.2
-4.9
+5.8
—.6
+14.4

• 19.2
-6.5
• 11.0
+40.4
+12.4

139,356
61,051
346,711
1,709,879
128,948

—6.0
-3.5
+7.2R
+.9
—4.0

+.2
-7.1
+5.9
+6.8
-3.7

56.9
38.7

+11.1R

+23.0

26.857.42ft

t.3R

DISTRICT

NO.

7 TOTALS

?F?17I5?QT?

R - PREVIOUS P E R I O D R E V I S E D .
D E B I T S - SEASONALLY ADJUSTED ANNUAL R A T E .
DEMAND D E P O S I T S - END OF MONTH SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 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 .




60.1

109.0
44.0

m.?

BANK D E B I T S ,

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

DFRTT& T O DFMAND D V P f l S T T t
AUGUST
1976
PERCENT CHANGE
( M I L L I O N S OF
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
ACh
DISTRICT NO. 8 -

ST.

riFMANn r i F p n t i T C
AUGUST
1976
PERCEN T CHANGE
(THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGn
Alin

ANNUAL RATE
OF TURNOVER

LOUIS

ARKANSAS:
EL DORADO*
FORT SMITH
HELENA*
L I T T L E ROCK-NORTH L I T T L E
PINE BLUFF
TEXARKANA, T E X .
ILLINOIS:
QUINCY*

ROCK

5,424.5
5,607.1
725.9
30,231.0
3,660.4
2,722.3

+4.1
+4.7
•5.1
+6.6
-3.8
• 2.9

+4.5
+20.5
+30.6
+28.5
-11:4
•7.0

59,605
188,235
18,853
484,564
91,050
107,816

+6.6
+8.6
+6.5
+2.2
+1.0
+5.6

+3.8
-.2
-12.5
+12.8
+21.2
+7.7

93.9
31.0
39.7
63.1
40.4
25.9

2,905.0

+.6

+37.5

73,054

-13.3

-1.0

36.9

INDIANA:
EVANSVILLE

12,269.7

• 7.2

+28.8

290,451

+. 2

+5.9

42.3

KENTUCKY:
LOUISVILLE
OWENSBORO*
PADUCAH*

69,068.2
2,698.0
2,136.3

•3.8
-2.5
•8.7

+8.8
+14.4
+19.8

967,649
96,927
72,523

+.3
+.9
+8.5

+1 . 3
+9 . 0
+9.8

71.5
28.0
30.7

1,706.9

+14.1

+13.4

57,612

+7.1

+2.8

30.6

2,036.2
507.6
368,688.1

+26.4
+5.5
+3.1

+28.2
+14.0
+1 9 . 5

54,349
23,106
2,748,626

+3.6
+3.2
+2.8

+15.8
-.5
+4.3

38.1
22.3
136.0

11,530.3

+8.4

•43.8

196,715

+2.0

+7.7

59.2

2,043.3
76,730.3

+.2
+1.2

• 18.3
—3.0

65,286
883,400

+1.6
+3.3

•7.6
+2.0

31.5
88.2

600,691.r

+3 . 3

• 15.3

6,479,821

+2.4

+4.5

93.4

9,131.1
365,365.1

+3.5
+9.6

•21.4
•27.2

219,058
2,330,307

-4.7
+1.6

+10.1
•6.0

40.7
158.1

5,880.4
11,660.2

+5.8
+17.8

+8.5
+215.0

151,139
104,719

+9.7
+4.7

+12.2
+12.2

40.7
113.9

7,370.3

+. 1

+9.6

176,891

+5.8

+7.8

42.8

MISSISSIPPI:
GREENVILLE*
MISSOURI:
CAPE G I R A R D E A U *
HANNIBAL*
S T . LOUIS
SEDALIA*
SPRINGFIELD
TENNESSEE:
JACKSON*
MEMPHIS
DISTRICT
D I S T R I C T NO.

NO.

9 -

8 TOTALS

MINNEAPOLIS

MINNESOTA:
DULUTH—SUPERIOR, W I S C .
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

6,490.4

—2.6

•6 •5

154,441

+3.9

+11.8

42.8

405,897.6

+9.2

+28.2

3,136,555

+2.0

+7.1

130.7

9.616.5
126,490.9
3.350.6

+9.3
-1.7
+.5

+15.4
+6.6
+1 0 . 3

233,736
1,699,564
87,011

+6.9
-1.5
+4.0

+9.3
+1.8
+5.2

42.5
73.9
39.3

68,266.8
32,727.1

+17.9
+1.1

-.7
•16.0

209,042
516,006

+13.1
+. 3

+10.5
+. 3

346.6
63.5

+. 9
+3.2
+3.0

+14.9
+11.2
+6.2

1,826,602

+4.2

+3.4

NEBRASKA:
LINCOLN
OMAHA, IOWA

'i&f

15,647.7
44,532.9

+1.5
-2.2

+10.3
+1.9

241,105
677,292

+10.6
+.9

+10.5
+3.3

68.2
66.0

NEW M E X I C O :
ALBUQUERQUE

50,126.0

+13.3

+48.6

400,311

+2.4

+6.8

126.7

OKLAHOMA:
LAWTON
OKLAHOMA C I T Y
TULSA

2,041.3
63.806.7
59.603.8

+5.7
+3.2
+3.0

+17.4
+23.4
+13.7

86,126
1,025,228
847,607

+6.8
+8.7
-.2

+7.1
+10.4
+4.2

24.5
64.8
70.2

646,280.9

+3.2

+12.9

7*996,530

+2.9

+4.6

82.2

DISTRICT
DISTRICT NO.

NO.

10 -

9 TOTALS
KANSAS C I T Y

COLORADO:
COLORADO S P R I N G S
DENVER
PUEBLO
KANSAS:
TOPEKA
WICHITA
MISSOURI:
KANSAS C I T Y ,

MSEPH

DISTRICT

KANSAS

NO.

1 0 TOTALS

3

165,375.2

&:l

* 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 OF MONTH SEASONALLY ADJUSTED F I G U R E S .
TURNOVER - SEASONALLY A D J U S T E D ANNUAL RATE 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 E D DEMAND D E P O S I T S F I G U R E .




92.4

3

BANK D E B I T S ,

NO.

11

-

P E R C E N T CHANGE
FBI }M
MONTH
AGO

AND D E P O S I T

TURNOVER

DEMAND 1 ( E P O S I T S
AUGUST
1976
P E R C E N T CHANGE
FROM
( T H O U S A N D S OF
DOLLARS)
MONTH
YEAR
AGO
AGO

•

DISTRICT

END—OF—MOWTH D E P O S I T S ,

i

D E B I T S TO DFM
AUGUST
1976
( M I L L I O N S OF
DOLLARS)

YEAR
AGO

ANNUAL RATE
O F TURNOVER

DALLAS

ARIZONA:
TUCSON

35,523.7

•17.7

•31.4

436,269

•6.7

•8.1

84.1

LOUISIANA!
MONROE
SHREVEPORT

8,484.9
21,418.1

•10.3
• 12.7

•38.3
-17.7

158,360
408,183

•4.9
•4.4

•18.4
• 10.2

54.9
53.6

1,707.3

• 5.9

•7.3

61,928

•2.8

• 7.2

27.9

5,761.8
14,076.8
34,864.5
13,374.5
9,382.9
14,388.8
981.2
344,946.5
17,842.0
50,663.3
6,025.2
343,915.4
2,706.8
13,640.5
6,274.3
10,524.3
6,882.4
4,029.3
40,748.9
5,131.5
7,947.5
5,356.7

•7.1
• 7.0
• 4.8
•3.8
• 3.4
• 5.1
19.3
•4.9
•6.3
• 8.4
• 1.2
16.3
•4.6
• 5.7
• .1
11.0
• 1.5
-8.9
•9.0
-9.5
15.5
•9.4

12.6
12.5
58.1
22.0
65.2
13.9
19.1
38.1
•4.5
•22.2
•24.7
•22.8
•23.9
•33.4
•29.9
•100.2
•70.9
•30.0
•11.2
•28.0
•22.4
•3.0

173,182
292,213
658,038
388,053
155,471
362,581
46,720
3,566,422
386,752
1,149,186
172,271
4,722,130
91,176
277,208
196,580
243,447
154,024
113,879
1,055,802
175,637
197,589
197,779

—3.5
•5.4
•7.0
•2.8
•7.2
•5.7
• .7
•2.5
- 1 . 1
•7.4
•2.7
•2.3
•3.3
•2.1
-1.8
-2.5
-1.0
—. 1
• 1.1
• .3
• .9
•1.7

•7.6
•9.6
•32.8
•8.6
• 24.9
•8.7
•5.4
•7.9
• 10.2
• 14.6
• 7.6
•15.1
• 20.1
•8.2
• 13.8
• 10.9
•5.0
•9.3
•7.2
• 15.8
• 14.9
•6.4

32.7
49.4
54.8
34.9
62.4
40.8
21.1
97.9
45.9
45.7
35.4
73.7
30.2
49.7
31.6
42.7
44.5
35.4
38.8
29.3
40.4
27.3

15,840,880

•2.8

•12.0

65.7

•2.5

NEW M E X I C O :
ROSWELL*
TEXAS:
ABILENE
AMARILLO
AUSTIN
BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR-ORANGE
BROWNSVILLE-HARLINGEN—SAN B E N I T O
CORPUS C H R I S T I
CORSICANA*
DALLAS
EL P A S O
F O R T WORTH
G A L V E S T O N - T E X AS C I T Y
HOUSTON
LAREDO
LUBBOCK
MC A L L E N - P H A R R — E D I N B U R G
MIDLAND
ODESSA
SAN ANGELO
SAN A N T O N I O
TYLER
WACO
WICHITA FALLS
DISTRICT
DISTRICT

NO.

NO.

•27.7

• 3.6

•18.4R

1,257,519

• .1R
•24.2R
-10.7R
• 5.9R
• 1.1R
- 2 . OR
—.3R
• 1.7R
• 5.5R
•16.9R
-3.4R

•31.4R
•41.1R
•14.2R
•10.2R
-.5R
•14.8R
•11.5R
•8.9R
• 1.2R
•29.7R
•16.8R

1,816,494
335,416
463,321
11,165,081
313,031
843,376
1,294,587
5,837,511
1,135,798
285,637
304,092

-7.2R

•20.5R

210,237

•3.4
•8.OR

•15.9R
•30.6R

-4.4R
• 9.4R

7,029.8
45,401.5

CITY

WASHINGTON:
SEATTLE-EVERETT
SPOKANE
TACOMA
12

TOTALS

•8.3R

64.9

•22.2R
•3.3R
• 7.3R
•6.8R
•9.5R
•8.5R
•12.1R
• 7.5R
•9.8R
•6.2R
•8.0R

55.6
62.8
53.3
92.2
46.7
45.0
74.1
149 . 5
61.8
76.5
34.0

•5.9R

•5.4R

75.6

381,869
242,030

•3.2
• 1.5R

•17.6R
•21.5R

43.7
42.9

•5.OR
•18.8R

186,968
1,269,765

• 1.8F
•5.3R

•7.2R
•11.OR

44.2
93.2

• 3.4
• 2.8R

•9.7R
• 18.6

112,660
736,472

-3.8
-2.7R

•2.6R
• 12.5

61.2
60.8

161,360.3
39,725.9
21,071.2

OREGON:
EUGENE-SPRINGFIELD
PORTLAND

NO.

•9.5

8,188.6
115,382.1

CITY

NEVADA:
L A S VEGAS
RENO

DISTRICT

1,026,598.6

16,408.8
10,304.4

CALIFORNIA:
A N A H E I M - S A N T A A N A - G A R D E N GROVE
BAKERSFIELD
FRESNO
L O S A N G E L E S - L O N G BEACH
OXNARO—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—ONTARIC
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 B A R B A R A - S A N T A M A R I A - L O M P O <
STOCKTON

UTAH:
OGOEN
S A L T LAKE

•

SAN F R A N C I S C O

ARIZONA:
PHOENIX

IDAHO:
BOISE

•

15,447.7

-

TOTALS

•

80,616.0

12

11

•

•
•
•
•
•1
•
•
•

• 1.4R
•9.6R
•4.1R

•24.1R
•36.2
•13.6

11,508,944
357,009
299,186

• 6 5 5 . 5F
•3.8R
• 6 . OF

•717.7R
• 13.6
•5.3

24.8
113.3
72.5

2,858,627.8

• 3.6R

•12.4R

40,357,003

• 3 1 . 4F

•44.6R

80.4

101,065.3
21,030.3
24,859.6
1,023,285.7
14,404.2
38,199.7
97,472.8
915,318.9
69,982.3
21,791.9
10,280.7

R - PREVIOUS PERIOD R E V I S E D .
* C I T Y ONLY ( O R ) NOT AN SMSA BUT R E P O R T E D ON A COUNTY B A S I S .
D E B I T S - S E A S O N A L L Y 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 - S E A S O N A L L Y A D J U S T E D ANNUAL R A T E O F D E B I T S D I V I D E D BY AVERAGE OF C U R R E N T AND
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 .




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-1.5R
•1.2R
•2.9R
-1.3R
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-8.9R
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•1.3R