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U.S. Small Business Borrowing Drops to Six Month Low

Small Business Borrowing Falls to Lowest Point Since October

Small business borrowing fell in April to its lowest point since October and was down five percent from April 2016, according to the Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index.  The drop is seen as an indicator of potentially slowing economic growth.

To read the full article in Reuters, click: U.S. Small Business Borrowing Drops to Six Month Low.

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