The disparity between what businesses pay for small loans and what they pay for really small loans is getting wider, according to a recent Federal Reserve study.

Interest rates for bank commercial loans of less than $100,000 are historically high compared with rates for loans of $100,000 to $1 million, the study of call report data from late October found.

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