"The FDIC staff said on Tuesday that the costs of future bank failures from 2009 to 2013 has risen to about $100 billion. It has only $10 billion
US banks owe about $45 to 50 billion in advance to the cash-strapped FDIC protecting depositors under a proposal being presented by US regulators on
US Banks may lose their profitability trends in the future. FDIC will still be short of cash. One major bank failure will cause FDIV itself to
The amount is equal to the next three years’ worth of regular industry fees and the plan comes as US regulators are looking for ways to replenish
the fund, which has been depleted by a rising number of bank failures. "
I find it VERY ammusing, after all the education and training provided and payed for, the fed itself cannot manage thier 'checkbook'...its AMAZING
the same lawgivers and enforcers cannot control where money goes, or its thier greed and political interests* i wonder where the surplus of money in
the FDIC went?
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