Data Round-Up: C&I Loan Growth Slowed in January, Trend Remains Healthy

posted by Michael Lewis on February 16, 2017

Found in US, categorized in Macro

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Loan volume stalled in early 2017. After rising nearly +6% in 2016, commercial & industrial loans edged down -0.1% in January. Total loans were not much better, up just +0.1% last month.


FMI’s review of January Bank Lending & Money Supply results. 

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