With Lending Slow, Banks' Cash Piles UpBy and
The gap between U.S. bank deposits and loans is growing at the fastest pace in two years. While overall lending is at pre-recession levels, many banks are using the surplus cash to buy Treasury bonds and government agency debt.
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