U.S. banks' commercial and industrial loans fell $5.3 billion, to about $1.345 trillion, in the week that ended Dec. 16, the Federal Reserve Board said Monday.
That followed a $7.1 billion decrease the previous week. Dec. 16 is the latest week for which data is available.
Jumbo certificates of deposit fell $6.1 billion, to about $1.880 trillion, according to the latest weekly data, after remaining flat the previous week. Revolving home equity loans fell $1.8 billion, to $601 billion, after falling $500 million the previous week.