Banks tighten mortgage rules as subprime problems spread

About 55% of U.S. banks have tightened rules and made it harder for borrowers to obtain a mortgage, according to a survey released Monday by the Federal Reserve. That's up from 40% in the last survey conducted in November. Problems in the subprime-mortgage market have spread to other lending sectors.

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