WASHINGTON — A regulatory report on the status of syndicated credits — loans of more than $20 million held by three or more financial institutions — was the bleakest in years.

The Shared National Credit Review, released Thursday, showed credit losses on such loans hit $53 billion — more than the combined losses of the past eight years and three times higher than the previous record — while classified credits jumped 174%, to $447 billion.

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