U.S. bank loan growth in international markets outpaced domestic activity in the 12 months ended June 30, according to American Banker.

Non-U.S. commercial and industrial loans on the books surged 17%, to $124 billion, compared with a 13% jump in loans to U.S. borrowers, to $578 million. The data exclude loans to foreign governments, banks, and consumers.

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