An Uptick in Small Business Loans from Big Banks

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A common complaint in the years since the financial crisis began has been that Wall Street banks that were bailed out by the federal government haven’t been lending enough to Main Street businesses. Critics may now have a little less reason to beef, however, because last month big banks approved small business loans at the highest rate in more than two years, according to an index compiled by a business-lending middleman.

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