Small banks start to feel subprime strain

08/16/2007 | Reuters

Subprime-mortgage problems that have hit large banks are now extending to smaller U.S. banks as well. Small-capitalization banks, which typically hold less than $4 billion in assets, are finding themselves stuck with mortgages they had hoped to sell, even as they join large banks in tightening credit requirement.

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