Loans Appear Poised for Another Big Slide in 1Q

Terris, Harry
April 2010
American Banker;4/1/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 50, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the outlook for commercial bank loans in the first-quarter of 2010. Data from the U.S. Federal Reserve includes the annualized quarter-over-quarter change in all-commercial and large-commercial banks for first-quarter 2009 and 2010. Statistics are given which show the assets, loans, and deposits in small-commercial banks for the same time period.


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