Large U.S. banks' commercial and industrial loans rose $7.9 billion, to $1.198 trillion, in the week that ended Jan. 17, the latest week for which data are available, after falling $1.8 billion the previous week, the Federal Reserve Board said Friday.

Jumbo certificates of deposit at the large banks in the survey rose $16.5 billion, to $1.734 trillion, after falling $12.1 billion the previous week. Revolving home equity loans rose $500 million, to $472.7 billion, after rising $800 million the previous week.

More weekly Fed statistics on the banks' assets and liabilities are available at

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