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Business lending has been sluggish throughout the pandemic. But there are signs that commercial lending is starting to pick up again.
Bank investors expect continued strength in 2022 because yields on loans could rise along with Federal Reserve rate hikes.
They've been among the most aggressive employers when it comes to bringing workers back into face-to-face contact.
Indigenous agricultural producers say they've had it with the federal government's loan programs.
Consumers and businesses have used pandemic benefits to pay down loan balances.
People without access to a regular bank account might be able to have one with the Fed, but that also raises privacy concerns.
The informal network of exchangers are making money available in ways banks can't, says Cambridge research fellow Nafay Choudhury.
Unlike the tech sector, the finance world is putting a big emphasis on face time.
Dividend hikes and stock buybacks are on the way.
The bank leaders may be asked about diversity and lending practices during the pandemic.