Leveraged Lending Risk Still High Despite Progress, Fed SaysBy and
Regulators say oil and gas-related credit increasingly weak
Nonbanks remain the primary buyers of high-risk loans
Leveraged lending by U.S. banks remains too risky, and credit tied to oil-and-gas exploration is getting weaker, according to a report by regulators including the Federal Reserve.
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