April 26 (Bloomberg) -- German credit conditions eased for a fourth month in April as banks became more willing to lend, the Ifo research institute said, citing a survey.
The share of companies that consider banks’ credit policies to be restrictive fell to 19.5 percent from 20.3 percent in March, Munich-based Ifo said in a statement today. It surveyed about 4,000 companies for its monthly report.
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