Via Ron Griess of The Chart Store comes our weekly look at FDIC activities:

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Category: Credit, Regulation

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3 Responses to “FDIC Bank Closings”

  1. cognos says:

    Looks like these banks were all tiny.

    Costs of failures (over-”estimated”) dropped from $36b in 09, to $21b in 2010.

    I’ll take the “under” on $10b in est costs for 2011. This story is over. Looks a lot like 90s snl thing.

  2. drewburn says:

    This is on a track to match last year. Either the regulators are going easy, and hoping things work out with ~zero interest rates…..OR………..this is going to take a lot longer to resolve??? Ala Japan….

    Which do you think, Barry? (I’m still betting inflation spiral as a bail out, but…)

  3. jlj says:

    No comment on SEC going after IndyMac execs?? About time!