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This is how senior loan officers at 85 banks perceive demand from small companies, as reported to the Fed each quarter. Lower demand usually favors borrowers, but may also be a reaction to tighter terms or higher rates.

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SMALL-BIZ RATE REPORT
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CURRENT INTEREST RATES
Survey of Borrowers
Survey of Lenders
KEY PROVISIONS
Where you are most likely to find:
The lowest rate
The longest maturity
A call provision
A prepayment penalty
MARKET FORECAST
Are rates rising or falling?
Harder/easier to get a loan?
Who else is borrowing?
What bankers say
Is demand rising or falling?
Will terms ease or tighten?
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