WASHINGTON -- Business loan demand continued to rise during the last three months while demand for key consumer loans, such as mortgages, dropped off, according to the Federal Reserve's latest survey of bankers released yesterday.

"Demand for business loans increased over the last three months at a significant fraction of respondent banks, although slightly off the record numbers reported in the May survey," said the Fed's senior loan officers survey, which covers May, June, and July.

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