Lending Standards Staying Tight

Borack, Donna
August 2011
High Yield Report;8/22/2011, p1
The article presents a senior loan officer survey where respondents were asked to describe the lending standards at their bank for several loan categories which include commercial and industrial loans, residential real estate loans and consumer loans. It cites special questions that attempted to shed light on areas that saw some easing but remain tight overall. It notes that standards for all types of commercial real estate lending remained tight.


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