With consumer chargeoffs nearing their peak of the early 1990s, bankers are cutting back on installment credit, a Federal Reserve Board survey of senior loan officers indicated.

The Fed made a similar finding in the last of its period loan-officer surveys three months ago. Not since 1981 have two consecutive reports shown bankers to be less willing to make consumer loans.

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