New business volumes dropped substantially in July and are off 8% compared with 2015, says ELFA.
U.S. consumers continue to enlarge their balance sheets with automobile and credit card loans, as well as mortgages.
A less favorable economic outlook had some banks tightening standards for commercial and industrial loans in July, said the Federal Reserve.
Lender EverBank is in talks with a prospective buyer, in what would be one of the largest banking takeovers since the financial crisis.
Venture investors and public markets are starting to balk at the sky-high valuations of some tech startups.
The offer represents a total value of $32.73 per share to Starz shareholders, an 18% premium, says Lions Gate.
Investors enjoyed about an 8% first-day pop in US Foods, the first major leveraged buyout to go public since last year.
“Sluggish activity to begin the second quarter seems to have continued the relatively soft Q1," said ELFA's chief executive.
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How will online lenders fare in an adverse credit environment? More transparency on loans and securitization markets is needed, says Treasury.