WASHINGTON — The quality of lending for most types of loans is likely to remain fairly steady this year, according to a survey of loan officers released Monday by the Federal Reserve Board.

The central bank's Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey, which interviews 75 banks on policy changes and shifts in demand for certain products, asked banks their yearly outlook on delinquencies and chargeoffs on a range of lending types. (The Fed has asked the same set of outlook questions every January since 2006.)

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