WASHINGTON - Demand for credit was mixed in November, but higher rates turned off borrowers in some parts of the country, the Federal Reserve Board said Wednesday.

Demand for commercial and industrial loans was down or flat in St. Louis, Dallas, New York, Philadelphia, and Cleveland, according to the Beige Book, a periodic report on economic conditions compiled by the 12 Federal Reserve Banks.

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