Discover the Top 100 Safest U.S. Banks
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Bank failures in the United States have hit records rates the past few years with 140, 157, and 92 banks failing in 2009, 2010, and 2011 respectively. You may be thinking, "this is an improvement right?" But take a look at what Wall Street Journal had to say earlier this year:
"... An analysis by The Wall Street Journal suggests that failures are down, at least in part, because troubled banks aren't failing as quickly. Weak banks are staying alive for longer periods in undercapitalized condition and they are in weaker shape when they fail than in the past.
This and the fact that 844 institutions remain on regulators' problem-bank list suggests failures will be a part of the landscape for many months, maybe years, as weak banks take a long time to recover or fail, analysts and banking industry participants said."
The Wall Street Journal (Jan.
Did you know that if your bank fails, you could be left in the lurch for days, weeks, even months before you get your money back from the FDIC?
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