The SVB crisis back in mid-March sparked fears of a credit crunch, particularly among regional banks who are the principal source of funding for commercial real estate. Post-SVB, while the Fed’s Senior Loan Officer Opinion Surveys suggest that an overwhelming net proportion of banks have been tightening lending standards, actual credit growth has held up surprisingly well.
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