The Federal Reserve Board said Wednesday that foreign borrowers owed U.S. banks $487.5 billion in the second quarter, nearly $10 billion more than in the first quarter.

U.S. banks, however, reduced their exposure to Russian borrowers to $6.1 billion, a $700 million decrease from the first quarter, the Fed said in its country exposure lending survey.

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