C&I Lending in July Falls Below 2% YoY For First Time Since April 2011 (RE Lending Falls Below 5% YoY)

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Commercial and Industrial lending at commercial banks dropped below 2% in July.

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The last time C&I lending was less than 2% was in April 2011.

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The percentage of lenders reporting stronger demand for C&I loans (large and medium firms) fell 11.80% in July.

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Real estate lending YoY at commercial banks? Down below 5% growth, consistent with the rise of non-bank lenders since the financial crisis.

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These are two good reasons why The Fed is anticipated to keep rates constant until the March 2018 FOMC meeting.

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Meanwhile, smoothing sailing on the USS Janet Yellen?

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