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Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, Pacific Census Division (NPTLTL19)

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Q2 2016: 0.62  
Updated: Aug 17, 2016

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(a) Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, Pacific Census Division, Percent, Not Seasonally Adjusted (NPTLTL19)
Percentage of nonperforming loans equals total nonperforming loans divided by total loans. Nonperforming loans are those loans that bank managers classify as 90-days or more past due or nonaccrual in the call report. Precisely, total nonperforming loans equals the sum of Total Loans and Lease Finance Receivables, Nonaccrual call item RCFD1403 and Total Loans and Lease Finance Receivables, Past Due 90 Days and More and Still Accruing call item RCFD1407. Total loans equals Total Loans and Leases, Net of Unearned Income call item RCFD2122.
The asset classes are determined by using Average Total Assets call item RCFD2170 less than $300M.
Geographic location for Pacific Census Division is determined by the Physical State Code call item RSSD9210 IN (2,6,15,41,53), where the number codes represent Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington respectively.
For more information and definition about the specific call item codes, please see http://www.federalreserve.gov/apps/mdrm/data-dictionary.
This series is calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis using raw data that are collected by the FFIEC. Raw data can be found at https://cdr.ffiec.gov/public/.

Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, Pacific Census Division

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Source: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (US)  

Release: Reports of Condition and Income for All Insured U.S. Commercial Banks  

Notes:

Percentage of nonperforming loans equals total nonperforming loans divided by total loans. Nonperforming loans are those loans that bank managers classify as 90-days or more past due or nonaccrual in the call report. Precisely, total nonperforming loans equals the sum of Total Loans and Lease Finance Receivables, Nonaccrual call item RCFD1403 and Total Loans and Lease Finance Receivables, Past Due 90 Days and More and Still Accruing call item RCFD1407. Total loans equals Total Loans and Leases, Net of Unearned Income call item RCFD2122.
The asset classes are determined by using Average Total Assets call item RCFD2170 less than $300M.
Geographic location for Pacific Census Division is determined by the Physical State Code call item RSSD9210 IN (2,6,15,41,53), where the number codes represent Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington respectively.
For more information and definition about the specific call item codes, please see http://www.federalreserve.gov/apps/mdrm/data-dictionary.
This series is calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis using raw data that are collected by the FFIEC. Raw data can be found at https://cdr.ffiec.gov/public/.

Suggested Citation:

Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (US), Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, Pacific Census Division [NPTLTL19], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/NPTLTL19, September 24, 2016.

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