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Credit conditions still consistent with weaker activity

The fading effects of the mini-budget meant that bank lending conditions to households and businesses didn’t deteriorate any further in Q1. But the latest credit conditions survey doesn’t capture the full extent of the tightening triggered by recent concerns over the health of global banks. That suggests banks will reduce the amount of credit available in the coming months, which will weigh on real activity.

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