U.S. banks' commercial and industrial loans fell $900 million, to about $1.268 trillion in the week ended April 14, the latest week for which data is available, the Federal Reserve said Friday.

The decline came after an increase in the preceding week, during which U.S. banks' commercial and industrial loans rose by $2.4 billion.

Jumbo certificates of deposit grew $2.8 billion, to about $834.3 billion, after shrinking by $10.4 billion the previous week.

Revolving home equity loans fell $1.4 billion, to $603.3 billion after slipping $300 million the previous week.

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