Weak U.S. business lending undercuts Plan B for Canadian banks

Pain stemming from slow U.S. commercial loan growth has spread north of the border, contradicting the yearslong narrative that Canadian banks are relying on their U.S. operations to offset economic problems at home. However, TD and BMO executives said this week there is still upside in U.S. consumer banking.

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