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Table Data - Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for 31 to 365 Days, Minimal Risk, Large Domestic Banks (DISCONTINUED)

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Title Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for 31 to 365 Days, Minimal Risk, Large Domestic Banks (DISCONTINUED)
Series ID EPMNXSLNQ
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 Percent
Date Range 1997-04-01 to 2017-04-01
Last Updated 2017-08-04 4:10 PM CDT
Notes
DATE VALUE
1997-04-01 78.8
1997-07-01 75.9
1997-10-01 46.9
1998-01-01 13.7
1998-04-01 47.2
1998-07-01 92.7
1998-10-01 35.5
1999-01-01 14.7
1999-04-01 89.8
1999-07-01 2.3
1999-10-01 76.9
2000-01-01 52.9
2000-04-01 5.2
2000-07-01 39.5
2000-10-01 50.2
2001-01-01 12.3
2001-04-01 2.8
2001-07-01 30.9
2001-10-01 0.1
2002-01-01 .
2002-04-01 92.1
2002-07-01 2.5
2002-10-01 .
2003-01-01 1.4
2003-04-01 0.0
2003-07-01 7.3
2003-10-01 0.0
2004-01-01 0.0
2004-04-01 45.5
2004-07-01 9.7
2004-10-01 4.3
2005-01-01 41.3
2005-04-01 2.3
2005-07-01 1.8
2005-10-01 36.0
2006-01-01 0.4
2006-04-01 3.0
2006-07-01 61.7
2006-10-01 49.3
2007-01-01 11.8
2007-04-01 70.2
2007-07-01 9.4
2007-10-01 62.2
2008-01-01 0.6
2008-04-01 47.4
2008-07-01 3.9
2008-10-01 16.9
2009-01-01 0.0
2009-04-01 19.0
2009-07-01 3.1
2009-10-01 2.8
2010-01-01 0.0
2010-04-01 0.0
2010-07-01 0.6
2010-10-01 0.0
2011-01-01 0.0
2011-04-01 30.7
2011-07-01 0.3
2011-10-01 7.5
2012-01-01 2.6
2012-04-01 3.0
2012-07-01 8.6
2012-10-01 67.1
2013-01-01 16.0
2013-04-01 8.2
2013-07-01 76.0
2013-10-01 29.4
2014-01-01 19.0
2014-04-01 7.2
2014-07-01 11.8
2014-10-01 18.1
2015-01-01 23.2
2015-04-01 19.6
2015-07-01 26.3
2015-10-01 24.3
2016-01-01 0.4
2016-04-01 0.0
2016-07-01 18.8
2016-10-01 0.7
2017-01-01 2.5
2017-04-01 2.5

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