Fed: Few banks tighten prime lending standards

A “relatively small” number of banks tightened lending standards for prime mortgages in the three months to April, according to a Federal Reserve survey. The Fed said in its April quarterly survey of senior loan officers that while “considerable” numbers of lenders tightened their standards for subprime and nontraditional mortgages, the spillover to the highest-rated…

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