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FEDERAL RESERVE statistical release
For immediate release

G.7 (407)

LOANS AND SECURITIES AT ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS

SUXXHBSB

19.

Monthly average figures, billions of dollars
1985
AU<5.

19 a s
SEPT

1945
OCT.

1965
o*c.

19*6
JAM.

1986
FEB.

196b
fiAfi.

1966
AP8.

1966
MAX

196b
J0MJ6

196b
J0i.X

196b
Allti.

Seasonally adjusted
1. Total loans and securities2
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases 2
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances held 2
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees4
Non-U.S. addressees4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans

1847.2

1855.$

1876.P

1900.4

1930.0

1935.5

1944.6

1947.9

19*7.5

1963.7

1985.4

2007.4

275.5
153.6
1416.0
492.1
5.0
467. 1
476.3
6.6
409.5
265.4
39.7
31.5
36.3
46.6
9.6
6.5
16-1
36.5

274.^
157.3
1424.0
492.7
4.9
467.8
479.4
6.4
414.0
267.5
39.2
31.3
37.9
49.3
9.3
6.6
16. 3
36.0

276.0
163.3
1436.6
495.7
4.9
490.7
482.4
8.3
418.0
289.7
39.6
32.0
37.1
50.0
9.0
6.7
16.4
40.3

273. 1
177.6
1449.7
499.5
4.9
494.7
486. U
8.7
422.4
291.5
40. 1
32.6
36.3
52.6
9. 1
6.9
16.6
39.6

268.2
192.5
1469.3
502.1
4.9
497.2
488.0
9.3
427. 1
294.6
44. 1
32.6
35.9
60.5
9.1
7.0
19.4
36.8

273.6
168.1
147 3 . 7
502.4
4.8
497.6
46 8 . 4
9.2
431.4
297.4
43.4
31.9
35.4
60.3
9.2
7.0
19.6
35.7

269.5
183.3
1491.8
506.1
4.9
501.2
491.3
9.9
436.1
299.5
50.4
3^.3
34.9
60.2
9.2
6.6
19.8
36.5

270.0
182.1
1495.6
507.6
5.2
502.6
492. 7
9.6
440.7
301. 1
48.U
32.4
34.6
59.6
9. j
5.3
19.9
37.3

274. 1
1*1.9
1503.5
506.7
5.6
501.0
490.6
10.5
446. 4
303.0
46.6
33.3
34. 1
59.5
9.3
5.1
19.6
37.9

A7 4 . 8
183.6
1505.3
508.7
6. 1
502.6
493. 1
9.5
460.7
304.5
42.5
34.7
33.7
59.4
9.5
6.4
20.0
35.4

285.4
166.1
1513.4
508.7
6.8
502.8
693.8
9.0
455.9
305.6
64.8
34.2
33.3
59.1
9.5
6.5
20.0
35.6

290.8
192.4
1524.2
510.4
5.9
504.4
495.4
9. 1
461.3
306.9
44.2
34.4
33.3
59.4
9.4
6.5
20. 1
38.4

Not seasonally adjusted
1. Total loans and securities
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

2

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases 2
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances held3
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees4
Non-U.S. addressees4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans

1845.4

1851.8

1875.7

1912.6

1934.8

1932.4

1944.1

1950.5

1956.7

1965.4

1981.4

1999.5

274.1
153.6
1417.7
491.4
4.6
486.6
477.5
9.1
410.5
286.7
37.5
31.7
39.2
48.8
9.7
6.5
18.1
37.8

270.3
156.8
1424.7
492.0
4.8
487.2
478.4
8.8
415.2
269.0
38. 6
31.1
38.5
49.3
9.5
6.6
16.2
36.7

273.7
163.3
1438.7
494.8
5.0
489.7
481.0
8.6
419.2
291.0
41.0
32.1
37.2
50.0
9.3
6.7
18.3
39. 1

271.0
178.7
1462.9
501.5
5.2
496. 4
467.3
9.0
423.3
294.6
45.4
33.4
36.0
52.6
9.5
6.9
18.6
40.5

267.7
193.6
1473.3
501.4
4.9
496.5
467.3
9.2
427.3
297.0
46.6
32.9
35.2
60.5
9.3
7.0
19.6
36.3

27
18
146
50

273.2
163.9
1*87.1
506.9
5.0
501.9
492.7
9.2
434.9
296.8
49.5
31.7
34.0
60.2
9.1
6.8
19.8
37.4

274.0
181.8
1494.7
510.0
5.2
504.9
495.4
9.5
439.5
298.6
48.5
32.2
33.9
59.6
9.0
5.3
19.9
38. 1

275.4
182.2
1499.0
5U6. 5
5.5
503.0
493.3
9.7
445.2
301. 1
45.6
33. 1
34.0
59.5
9. 1
5. 1
19.9
37.9

276.2
182.5
1506.7
•509.4
6.0
503.4
494.0
9.4
450.2
303. 1
42.5
34.6
34.2
59.4
9.2
6.4
20.0
37.7

265.3
163.9
1512.1
508.6
6.0
502.6
493.3
9.3
455.6
304.9
43.0
34.3
34.1
59. 1
9.4
6.5
20.0
36.5

289. U
192. 1
1516. 4
50,6. 3
5.9
502. 4
493. 1
9.4
461.5
307.3
41.3
34.6
34.0
59.4
9. 1
6.5
20. 1
36.2

5.0
8.9
8.5
0. 1
4.7
495.4
486.3
9. 1
430.6
29 6 . 3
42.6
31.3
34.5
60.3
9.3
7.0
19.6
36.5

1. Data are prorated averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically chartered insured banks, based on weekly sample reports and quarterly universe reports. For foreign-related institutions, data are averages of month-end estimates based on weekly reports from large U.S agencies and branches and quarterly reports from all U.S. agencies and branches New York
investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act Corporations owned by domestically chartered and foreign banks.
2. Exludes loans to commercial banks in the U.S.
3. Includes nonflnancial commercial paper held.
4. U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.


5. Beginning September 12, 1984, a reclassification of loans decreased C&l loans and increased real estate loans by $0.2 billion. Beginning September 26. 1984 a transfer
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Continental Illinois National Bank to the FDIC reduced total loans and securities and total loans $1.9 billion, C&l loans $1.4 billion, and real estate loans $0.4 billion.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

of loans from

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G.7 (407)A

LOANS AND SECURITIES AT DOMESTICALLY CHARTERED COMMERCIAL BANKS1
Averages of Wednesday figures, billions of dollars

1985
AUG.

2
1. Total loans and securities

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases2
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances held'
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees4
Non-U.S. addressees4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
•aII other loans

1985
SBPT

1985
OCT.

1766.4

1772.9

270.5
148.2
1347.7
441.0
2.5
438.5
433.6
5.0
404.0
2 85.1
37.5
28.8
38.3
48.8
5.9
3. 5
18.1
3b. 5

1985
U£C.

19 8 6
JAN.

1792.0

1813.4

268.9
151.7
1352.4
440.7
2.3
438.4
433.7
4.7
408.6
287.2
36.9
28.6
37.9
49.3
5.8
3.6
18.3
35.5

270.8
157.4
1363.8
442.5
2.2
440.3
435. d
4.5
412.8
289.4
37.4
29.3
37. 1
50.0
5.5
3.6
18.4
37.8

268.1
171.5
1373.8
444.3
2.0
442.3
438.0
4.3
417.2
291.2
37.1
29.5
36.3
52.8
5.7
3.6
18.8
37.3

1765.3

1769.5

1792.0

1823.0

1844.4

184 5 . 8

269.2
147.9
1348.2
440.5
2.4
438. 1
433.1
5.0
405.0
286.4
35.6
28.9
39.2
48.8
6.0
3.5
18. 1
36.2

265.0
151.0
1353.5
439.7
2.3
437.4
432. b
4.9
409.8
288.7
36.7
28.3
38.5
49.3
5.8
3.6
18.2
34.9

268.5
157.3
1366.2
441.6
2.3
439.2
434.3
4.9
414.1
290.7
38.8
29.3
37.2
50.0
5.7
3.6
18.3
37.0

266.0
172.7
1384.3
444.8
2.2
442.6
437.8
4.9
418.0
294.5
41.3
29.9
36.0
52.8
6.0
3.6
18.8
38.6

262.7
187.6
1394.1
444.6
2.0
442.6
437.8
4.8
422.1
296.7
42.5
29.2
35.2
60.5
5.8
3.6
19.6
34.3

269.9
182.4
1393.5
445.2
2.1
443.0
438.4
4.7
425.5
296.1
40. 1
28.2
34.5
60.3
5.8
3.8
19.8
34.3

1986
1986
FEB.
MAR.
Seasonally adjusted

1986
APR.

1986
tiAt

1986
JUNE

1966
UOLI

1842.1

1848.7

1855.4

1855.0

1863.2

1869.3

1889.6

1908.5

263.2
186. 1
1392.8
446.5
2. 1
444.5
440.1
4.4
422.0
294.3
40.8
29.0
35.9
60.5
5.8
3.6
19.4
34.9

268.5
181.6
1398.7
447.2
2. 1
445.1
44 0 . 7
4.4
426.3
297. 1
40.9
28.3
35.4
60.3
5.7
3.8
19.6
34.1

264.3
177.0
1414.1
448.6
2.2
446.5
441.5
5.0
430.9
299.2
47.6
28.9
34.9
60.2
5.7
3.7
19.8
34.5

264.0
175.6
1415.5
448.9
2.3
446.6
441.9
4.8
435.3
300.8
44.3
28.9
34.6
59.8
5.7
3.7
19.9
33. b

267.0
175.3
1420.9
44 9 . 0
2.5
446.5
441.3
5.2
440.9
302.7
42.4
29.3
34. 1
59.5
5.9
3.8
19.8
33.5

267. 9
176.9
1424.6
450. 2
2.7
447.5
443.2
4.3
445. 1
304.2
39.1
30.5
33.7
59.4
6. 1
3.7
20.0
32.6

278.9
179.3
1431.3
448.8
2.4
446.4
442.4
4.0
450.3
305.3
41.5
30.6
33.3
59.1
5.9
3.7
20.0
32.7

263. 5
185.3
1439.6
449.6
2.3
447.2
443.3
4.1
465.5
306.6
40.4
31.1
33.3
59-4
5.6
3.7
20. 1
34.4

1854.0

1857.1

1863.2

1871.8

1887.3

1903.0

267.8
177.7
1408.6
448.9
2.3
446.7
442.2
4.5
429.7
296.5
46.5
28.5
34.0
60.2
5.6
3.7
19.8
35.1

267.9
175.6
1413L6
450.8
2.2
448.6
444.0
4.5
434.1
298.3
44.b
28.8
33.9
59.8
5.b
3.7
19.9
34. 1

2b 8. 3
175.8
1419.2
451.4
2.4
449.0
444.5
4.4
439.7
300.8
<u.o
29.2
34.0
59.5
5.7
3.8
19.9
3J . 1

269.3
175.9
1426.6
451.7
2.6
449. 1
445.0
4.1
444.6
302.8
39.4
30.6
34.2
59.4
5.9
3.7
20.0
34.3

278.9
117.1
1431.4
449.7
2.3
447.4
443.4
4.0
450.2
304.5
39.9
30.7
34.1
59.1
6.0
3.7
20.0
33.4

282.0
185.0
143b.0
448.6
2.2
44b. 4
442.3
4.1
455.7
306.9
38.0
31.3
34.0
59.4
5.5
3.7
20.1
32.8

1986
AUG.

Not seasonally adjusted
1. Total loans and securities
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
1.
2.
3.
4.

2

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leasee*
Commercial and Industrial
Bankers acceptances held2
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees4
Non-U.S. addressees4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans

Data are prorated averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically chartered insured banks, based on weekly sample reports and quarterly universe reports.
Exludes loans to commercial banks in the U.S.
Includes nonflnanclal commercial paper held.
U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

5. Beginning September 12, 1984, a reclassification of loans decreased C&l loans and increased real estate loans by $0.2 billion. Beginning September 26, 1984, a transfer of loans from
Continental Illinois National Bank to the FDIC reduced total loans and securities and total loans $1.9 billion, C&l loans $1.4 billion, and real estate loans $0.4 billion.




G.7 (407)B

LOANS AND SECURITIES AT FOREIGN-RELATED INSTITUTIONS1
1985
SJSPT

19*5
OCT.

1985
MOV.

19*5
DEC.

1986
JAN.

1986
fBB.

1986
ai*.

1986
APE.

1986

1986
MAX

JUJi£

1986
JUL*

1986
AOG_

Seasonally adjusted
1. Total loans and securities 2
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases'
Commercial and Industrial
Bankers acceptances held*
Other commercial and industrial

U.S. addressees4
Non-U.S. addressees 4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial Institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official Institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans*

80.7

82,5

84.1

87.0

87.9

86.7

89.2

92.8

94. J

94.4

95.4

98.9

5.0
5.4
70.3
51.0
2.5
48.6
44.8
3.8
5.5
0.3
2.1
2.7

5.3
5.6
71.7
52.0
2.6
49.4
45.7
3.7
5.3
0.3
2.3
2.7

5.1
5.9
73.0
53.2
2.8
50.5
46.6
3.9
5.2
0.3
2.4
2.8

5.0
6. 1
75.9
55.3
2.9
52.4
48.0
4.4
5.3
0.3
3.0
3.2

5.0
6.4
76.5
55.6
2.9
52.7
47.9
4.8
5.1
0.3
3.3
3.6

5.*
6.6
75.0
55.2
2.7
52.5
47.3
4.8
5.2
0.3
2.6
3.5

5.2
6.3
77.7
57.5
2.8
54.7
49.8
4.9
5.2
0.3
2.7
3.4

6.0
6.5
80.4
58.9
2.9
55.9
50.9
5.1
5.3
0.3
3.6
3.5

7.2
6. b
80.5
57.7
3.1
54.6
49.3
S.J
6- 5
0.3
3.9
4.0

6.9
6.7
80.8
58.5
3.4
55.1
49.9
5.3
5.6
0.3
3.*
4.2

6.5
6.8
82.1
59.8
3.5
*6.4
51.4
5.0
5.6
0.3
3.3
3.6

7.2
7.0
84.6
6Q.8
3.6
57.2
52.3
4.9
5.8
0-3
3.8
3.3

3.7
3.0

3.6
3.1

3.5
3.1

3.3
3.3

3.3
3.4

3.5
3.2

3.5
3.1

3.5
1.3

3.8
2.8

2.4

2.3

1.9

1.6

2.0

4.3

3.4
2.7
•
r
2.7

3.5
2.8

2.0

3.5
1.6
- —T - "
3.6

3.1

4-0

^ mm ^ imm mt

2.6

Not seasonally adjusted
1. Total loans and securities 1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
18.
17.
18.
19.

U.S. government securities
Other securities
Total loans and leases'
Commercial and industrial
Bankers acceptances held'
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees 4
Non-U.S. addressees 4
Real estate
Individual
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
State and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
Foreign official Institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans*

80.1

82.4

83.7

89.6

90.4

86.7

90.1

93.5

93.5

93.6

94.0

96.5

4.9
5.7
69.5
51.0
2.4
48.6
44.4
4.1
5.5
0.3
1.9
2.8

5.3
5.9
71.2
52.3
2.5
49.8
45.9
3.9
5.3
0.3
1.9
2.9

5.2
6.0
72.5
53.2
2.7
50.5
46.6
3.9
5.2
0.3
2.2
2.9

5.0
6.0
78.*
56.7
3.0
53.7
49.5
4.2
5.3
0.3
4. 1
3.6

5.0
6.2
79.1
56.8
2.9
54.0
49.5
4.4
5.1
0.3
4.3
3.7

5.2
6.5
75.0
55.0
2.6
52.4
47.9
4.5
5.2
0.3
2.5
3.1

5.4
6.2
78.5
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2.8
55.2
50.5
4.7
5.2
0.3
3.0
3.2

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6.2
81.1
59.3
2.9
56.3
51.3
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5.3
0.3
3.8
3.4

7.2
6.5
79.8
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54.0
48.7
5.3
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0.3
3.6
3.8

6.9
6.6
80.1
57.7
3.4
54.3
49.0
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5.6
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6.5
6-8
80.8
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3.6
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49. 9
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5.6
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82.4
59.8
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50.8
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5.8
0.3
3.4
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3.7
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1.6

1.8

3.6
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1. Data are averages of month-end estimates based on weekly reports from large U.S. agencies and branches and quarterly reports from all U.S. agencies and branches, New York Investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act Corporations owned by domestically chartered and foreign banks.
2. Exludes loans to commercial banks in the U.S.
3. Includes nonfinancial commercial paper held.
4. U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
5. Small amounts of agricultural loans and lease financing receivables (not shown separately) are Included In "all other loans."
NOTE: Data not available separately where dashes are shown.




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