U.S. lending accelerates, but banks may avoid mistakes of financial crisis

There have been three successive quarters of increase in nonmortgage lending in the U.S., suggesting an echo of the lending spree in the U.S. that led up to the 2008 crisis. However, economists note that this time around banks appear to be more diligent, rejecting a large percentage of loan applicants.

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