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Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for Zero Interval, Low Risk, Large Domestic Banks (DISCONTINUED) (EPZLXSLNQ)
2nd Month's 1st Full Week  Updated: Aug 4, 2017
Observation:
Q2 2017: 20.9 (+ more)Updated: Aug 4, 2017
Q2 2017:  20.9  
Q1 2017:  20.9  
Q4 2016:  13.6  
Q3 2016:  16.7  
Q2 2016:  7.3 
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Percent,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
Quarterly,2nd Month's 1st Full Week
Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for Zero Interval, Low Risk, Large Domestic Banks
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Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for Zero Interval, Low Risk, Large Domestic Banks (DISCONTINUED)
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Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for Zero Interval, Low Risk, Large Domestic Banks  20110321  20170801 
Percent of Value of Loans Subject to Prepayment Penalty for Zero Interval, Low Risk, Large Domestic Banks (DISCONTINUED)  20170802  20170802 
Source  


Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (US)  20110321  20170802 
Release  


E.2 Survey of Terms of Business Lending  20110321  20170802 
Units  


Percent  20110321  20170802 
Frequency  


Quarterly, 2nd Month's 1st Full Week  20110321  20170802 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20110321  20170802 
Notes  


For further information, please refer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's E.2 release, online at http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/e2/about.htm or in the footnotes of the E.2, Survey of Terms of Business Lending Release. These data are collected during the middle month of each quarter and are released in the middle of the succeeding month.

20110321  20170802 
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