senior loan officer survey
Banks Ease C&I, Residential Lending Standards
The easing reflected "a more favorable or less uncertain economic outlook" and heightened competition.
Banks Paused Tightening in Q4
Many U.S. financial institutions left loan standards unchanged for business and real estate credits, as demand weakened.
Banks Report Tightening Loan Standards in Q3
A Fed survey shows banks are continuing to raise the bar for lending in response to worsening economic conditions.
Banks Expect Tighter Consumer Loan Standards
Significant net shares of banks expect performance to deteriorate in 2020 for both credit card and auto loans to nonprime borrowers, according to the Fed.
Banks Ease Terms on Business Loans in Q1
A Fed survey finds banks were encouraged to ease terms on C&I loans by "a more favorable or less uncertain economic outlook."
Demand for C&I Loans Weakens, Terms Ease
The Fed's July survey of senior loan officers is in line with other data showing weakness in business spending.
Banks Tighten CRE Loan Standards in Q3
Conditions tightened for construction and land development loans, as well as loans secured by multifamily residential properties, according to a Fed survey.