Easier Loan Standards Fail to Boost Demand, Fed Survey ShowsJoshua Zumbrun and Scott Lanman
Demand for loans at the majority of lenders in the U.S. failed to rise last quarter even as banks eased standards for the first time since the credit crisis began, a Federal Reserve survey showed.
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