SBA Update

June 4, 2018

SBA activity is expected to pick up this week with focus on the DCPC auction Thursday. While fixed-rate products volumes may have suffered a bit from the lower available yields as debt markets rallied, floaters should seemingly have at least held pace, as much of the market expects a short-term rate increase next week. Loan activity remained elevated last week, as volume there follows availability more than demand or overall market activity levels.


Floating-Rate 7(a) Pools


Fixed-Rate (DCPC and SBIC) Pools




Government Guaranteed Loan Trading


With anticipation building for a likely short-term rate increase next week and the DCPC auction Thursday, both floating and fixed-rate SBA volumes are expected improve this week.


Dan Stimpson, CPA

Senior Vice President

Vining Sparks

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