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Squeaking pips

5 May 2008

An unprecedented number of banks have tightened loan terms for US borrowers in recent months. A third of them say it s due, in part, to worries about their own deteriorating capital levels. Regulators shortsighted capital rules have increased the burden on borrowers.

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