WASHINGTON - Uncertainty over the nation's economic future has led some banks to clamp down on business borrowers, according to a quarterly survey released Monday by the Federal Reserve Board.

Demand for business loans was basically unchanged from the previous senior loan officer survey, the Fed said. But about 8% of the 55 large domestic banks and 21 foreign banks polled said they had tightened credit standards on large and midsize companies.

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