WASHINGTON — Despite a host of programs introduced by policymakers to unclog funding markets, a Federal Reserve Board survey released Monday found virtually no signs that bankers are loosening their grip on lending.

Instead, the periodic survey of 55 senior loan officers at domestic banks found no institutions were willing to ease standards on commercial real estate, commercial and industrial, and most residential loans.

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