What was the conclusion of the 1935 Nye commission report on US entry into World War 1?

The Nye Committee lasted from 1934 to 1936. Its conclusion was that the US entered World War 1 based on the interests of banking groups, munitions factories, shipbuilding companies, and others within the war industry. It specifically noted that US banks lent about 10 times more money to the UK than to Germany, and therefore they had an interest in British victory in order to collect on their loans.