In general, the reasons for bank failures today are the same as failures in the past.
Investors remain available for offensive capital-raising but are scarce for defensive capital-raising.
Outstanding loan volume at commercial banks declined 2.2 percent between June 2008 and June 2009.
Fed economist explains what final rules mean for banks.
After two straight quarters of slight improvement, profitability at Eighth District banks dipped in fourth quarter 2009.
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