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U.S. | 24 Jan 2020 Don't Worry About the Downshift in Bank Lending to Businesses, it Lags
You could be forgiven for being alarmed at the 1.5% decline in the stock of outstanding bank commercial and industrial lending in the fourth quarter, the first dip since the second quarter of 2017.

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24 Jan 2020 Don't Worry About the Downshift in Bank Lending to Businesses, it Lags

By Ian Shepherdson

You could be forgiven for being alarmed at the 1.5% decline in the stock of outstanding bank commercial and industrial lending in the fourth quarter, the first dip since the second quarter of 2017.

Posted: 24th Jan 2020 in 'U.S.'

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