Liquidity held steady last year in the secondary market for commercial loans that banks syndicate to institutional investors, according to a survey by the Loan Syndications and Trading Association.

The dollar volume of leveraged loans that changed hands in 2012 fell slightly. Yet other measures of liquidity, such as the percentage of loans that traded (the market's breadth) and the frequency of trades (its depth), improved slightly, the survey found.

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