SBA cites a big drop in small-business loans

06/19/2011 | AOL Small Business

Small-business lending plunged $15 billion in the first quarter, the Small Business Administration says, with most of the decrease coming from big banks. Although smaller banks have maintained fairly steady lending rates, the SBA notes that the overall level of small-business loans is now lower than it was five years ago.

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