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This measures demand for loans among NFIB members each month. Lower demand tends to favor borrowers. Figures show the percentage of companies borrowing at least once per quarter.

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CURRENT INTEREST RATES
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KEY PROVISIONS
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A call provision
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MARKET FORECAST
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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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