The tightening of commercial credit standards that began with last fall's global financial crisis appears to be over.

According to a Federal Reserve Board survey released Monday, just 11% of banks tightened underwriting standards for large and middle-market borrowers in January. That is down from 37% in November and 25% in September.

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