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Weak demand starting to weigh on bank lending

Although credit growth in advanced economies remained strong in September, it has largely been used to help economies cope with the effects from rising costs and inflation. But lending criteria is now tightening and demand for loans – particularly mortgage loans – has weakened, supporting our view that higher interest rates will cause a global recession.  

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