June Bank Lending & Money Supply

posted by Michael Lewis on July 13, 2017

Found in US, categorized in Macro

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After a rare dip in early 2017, commercial & industrial loans rose a still-doleful +0.7% annualized in 17Q2. Total loans were stronger, up nearly +4% annualized last quarter. Over the past year, C&I volume is up +1.9%, while the total has risen +3.5%.


FMI’s review of June Bank Lending & Money Supply data. 

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