NEW YORK - The secondary market for loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration has changed dramatically over the past decade.

Started in the early 1970s as an informal trading of loans between banks, the market got a push in 1984 when Congress gave the agency authority to pool the guaranteed portion of loans it backed. Since then, the market has grown at a 21.6% compounded annual rate.

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