Leveraged Loans Still Risky as Underwriting Improves, Fed SaysBy
Agencies also flag oil lending as a particular weak spot
Regulators looked through $4.1 trillion in multi-firm loans
The risk from leveraged lending at U.S. banks remains high even as the industry improves its underwriting practices, according to a report from agencies including the Federal Reserve.
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