Secondary loan trading appeared to hit stride in 1996 as volume kept growing and a number of commercial and investment banks opened up operations.

By Sept. 30 bankers had traded more than $27.2 billion of loans, 12.7% more than in the first nine months of 1995, according to the most recent data from Loan Pricing Corp.

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