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December 22, 2014

Warehouse Commitments Relatively Flat but Outstandings Start to Rise

By Paul Muolo

At First Tennessee Bank, for example, its commitments were flat from the second to the third quarter, but average outstandings increased by 13 percent to $861 million.

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