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This time it’s different

3 March 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

The crisis wiped out nearly 2,000 U.S. community lenders. Those left struggled with patchy loan demand, ultra-low interest rates and new rules. An improving economy and a hike from the Fed will help, if none succumb to rate shock. Any that do will only have themselves to blame.

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