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4 Feb 2008

The US Fed chairman has pumped cash into Wall Street. But banks have cut back on real estate and commercial lending nonetheless. It makes sense for them to raise standards and charge more interest. But their dwindling risk appetite bodes ill for attempts to boost the economy.

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