As these charts show, Bank failures in 2010 are running double the pace of 2009 . . .


Charts courtesy of Ron Griess, The Chart Store

Category: Credit, Regulation

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3 Responses to “FDIC Bank Failure #83”

  1. tradeking13 says:

    It would be nice to see charts by size of assets and cost to the DIF.

  2. pravin404 says:

    You can check the graph for cost to FDIC at:

    and asset-wise number of failed banks at :

  3. jaywalker says:

    Failure Pace Slows ….

    If you take the last half of 2009, there were about 100 failures, according to the chart. That’s a pace of around 5 per week. The 2010 trend shows the pace slowing to about 4 failures a week. However, one has no way of knowing the aggregate size of the failures.