WASHINGTON — Senior credit officers again reported little change in terms in the latest quarter but some found that beginning with the taper scare in late May, dealers saw less liquidity in the Treasury market, the deepest and most liquid of the credit markets, the Federal Reserve said Thursday.

In the many questions posed across asset classes and sectors, most responses leaned toward the side of some decreased activity, although in the context of no major change.

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