WASHINGTON — Though the government has allocated almost $400 billion to attempt to resuscitate bank lending, a survey released Monday by the Federal Reserve Board made clear that bankers are tightening credit standards across the board.

The periodic survey of 53 loan officers at domestic banks found tighter standards in most areas of lending, including consumer and commercial and residential real estate loans. The bankers approving loans typically made them more costly and restrictive.

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