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2009, No. 11
Posted 2009-02-19

Putting the Financial Crisis and Lending Activity in a Broader Context


“Banks typically tighten credit standards and/or loan terms as the economy weakens and nonperforming loans increase. But an adverse shock from outside the financial sector can be just as important—such as a sharp increase in oil prices or a plunge in house prices.”



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