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Table Data - Weighted-Average Maturity for All Commercial and Industry Loans, Moderate Risk, U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks (DISCONTINUED)

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Title Weighted-Average Maturity for All Commercial and Industry Loans, Moderate Risk, U.S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks (DISCONTINUED)
Series ID EDAMXFBNQ
Source Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (US)
Release E.2 Survey of Terms of Business Lending
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Quarterly, 2nd Month's 1st Full Week
Units Days
Date Range 1997-04-01 to 2017-04-01
Last Updated 2017-08-04 4:13 PM CDT
Notes
DATE VALUE
1997-04-01 118
1997-07-01 136
1997-10-01 101
1998-01-01 149
1998-04-01 151
1998-07-01 134
1998-10-01 217
1999-01-01 262
1999-04-01 360
1999-07-01 333
1999-10-01 163
2000-01-01 31
2000-04-01 41
2000-07-01 74
2000-10-01 151
2001-01-01 31
2001-04-01 29
2001-07-01 28
2001-10-01 52
2002-01-01 104
2002-04-01 54
2002-07-01 67
2002-10-01 149
2003-01-01 112
2003-04-01 183
2003-07-01 180
2003-10-01 82
2004-01-01 63
2004-04-01 76
2004-07-01 153
2004-10-01 106
2005-01-01 94
2005-04-01 112
2005-07-01 113
2005-10-01 102
2006-01-01 242
2006-04-01 483
2006-07-01 843
2006-10-01 265
2007-01-01 107
2007-04-01 321
2007-07-01 203
2007-10-01 375
2008-01-01 157
2008-04-01 97
2008-07-01 216
2008-10-01 310
2009-01-01 153
2009-04-01 90
2009-07-01 174
2009-10-01 155
2010-01-01 119
2010-04-01 180
2010-07-01 144
2010-10-01 120
2011-01-01 167
2011-04-01 219
2011-07-01 277
2011-10-01 176
2012-01-01 291
2012-04-01 297
2012-07-01 379
2012-10-01 494
2013-01-01 343
2013-04-01 389
2013-07-01 384
2013-10-01 308
2014-01-01 311
2014-04-01 415
2014-07-01 285
2014-10-01 247
2015-01-01 297
2015-04-01 299
2015-07-01 496
2015-10-01 455
2016-01-01 364
2016-04-01 397
2016-07-01 429
2016-10-01 217
2017-01-01 187
2017-04-01 187

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