Led by foreign banks, lenders increased rates charged for commercial credit in August compared with May, according to the Federal Reserve Board.

A survey of 348 domestic banks and the U.S. branches of 50 foreign banks found that the average rate charged for commercial credit rose to 7.14% in August from 6.8% in May.

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