Commercial and Industrial Loans, Weekly Reporting Member Banks, Federal Reserve System for United States

1947-06: 10,658 Millions Of Dollars (+ see more) 
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, M1499AUSM144NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-20 8:34 AM CDT
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Series Is Presented Here As Twelve Variables--(1)--Original Data, 1937-1947 (2)--Seasonally Adjusted Data, 1937-1947 (3)--Original Data, 1946-1953 (4)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-1952 (5)--Original Data, 1952-1956 (6)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1952-1956 (7)--Original Data, 1955-1959 (8)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1955-1959 (9)--Original Data, 1959-1966 (10)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1959-1966 (11)--Original Data, 1965-1969 (12)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1965-1969. Data Are Sum Of Loans And Open Market Paper Derived By NBER. Beginning 1943, Data Include Agricultural Loans, Market Paper. Data Are For The Last Wednesday Of The Month. The Figure For February 1939 Refers To March 1, As February 22 Was A Holiday; The Figures For December 1940 And December 1946 Refer To December 31. Source: Federal Reserve Board, Data For 1937-1941: Banking And Monetary Statistics, 1943. Data For 1942-1947: Federal Reserve Bulletin, Successive Issues; Revised Summary Tables, July 1949, May 1953, And July 1961.

This NBER data series m14199a appears on the NBER website in Chapter 14 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter14.html.

NBER Indicator: m14199a

Source: National Bureau of Economic Research

Release: NBER Macrohistory Database

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(a) Commercial and Industrial Loans, Weekly Reporting Member Banks, Federal Reserve System for United States, Millions Of Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted (M1499AUSM144NNBR)
Series Is Presented Here As Twelve Variables--(1)--Original Data, 1937-1947 (2)--Seasonally Adjusted Data, 1937-1947 (3)--Original Data, 1946-1953 (4)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-1952 (5)--Original Data, 1952-1956 (6)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1952-1956 (7)--Original Data, 1955-1959 (8)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1955-1959 (9)--Original Data, 1959-1966 (10)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1959-1966 (11)--Original Data, 1965-1969 (12)--Seasonally Adjusted, 1965-1969. Data Are Sum Of Loans And Open Market Paper Derived By NBER. Beginning 1943, Data Include Agricultural Loans, Market Paper. Data Are For The Last Wednesday Of The Month. The Figure For February 1939 Refers To March 1, As February 22 Was A Holiday; The Figures For December 1940 And December 1946 Refer To December 31. Source: Federal Reserve Board, Data For 1937-1941: Banking And Monetary Statistics, 1943. Data For 1942-1947: Federal Reserve Bulletin, Successive Issues; Revised Summary Tables, July 1949, May 1953, And July 1961.

This NBER data series m14199a appears on the NBER website in Chapter 14 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter14.html.

NBER Indicator: m14199a

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