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Banks remain willing to lend, help small businesses grow

Despite the widely reported "credit crunch," banks have money to lend, especially banks that depend on their deposits to make loans. Actually, banks must lend money; that's how they make money. Meanwhile, the demand for small-business loans is currently down because of economic uncertainty. Even banks' best borrowers, those with the greatest liquidity, are not expanding ...

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