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Commercial Property Lending (Oct)

The second consecutive monthly decline in outstanding commercial real estate loan balances held by US banks in October means the data are starting to reflect the pullback in real estate lending that we have been expecting since the regional bank crisis in March. The -$1.0bn of net lending last month followed -$1.1bn in September and suggests we could now begin to see more concerted declines in outstanding balances over the coming months.

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