Banks Failing at Fastest Rate Since 1992
Banks continue to fail in large numbers across the country, marking the second consecutive year in which more than 100 financial institutions have shuttered their doors. After 140 banks collapsed in 2009, this year has witnessed 103 failures so far, putting it on pace to surpass last year’s bleak total.
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