Despite a weakening of loan standards, federal regulators have found little deterioration in the portfolios at most banks.

The Federal Reserve Board, in an analysis to be sent to examiners, has concluded that banks eased terms and cut rates from 1995 to 1997 to attract customers but that the strong economy kept problems at bay.

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