Silicon Valley Bank Collapse
Tracking the fallout of the first bank failure since 2020.
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Here's why the U.S. has so many banks
Deregulation has allowed lenders to operate across state lines, making it easier for banks to merge when they’re in trouble.
How can regional banks manage the industry's troubles?
Larger lenders and regulators step in for the good of the overall banking system. But confidence among depositors is key.
To prevent bank runs, FDIC wants to shore up its coverage of bank accounts
But it needs Congress's blessing.
Why 2008 financial crisis regulations didn't prevent the recent bank failures
Three major bank failures in two months. What happened to all those regulations?
After last month's bank failures, big banks' deposits are falling again
The failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank had a lot of depositors worried about their own banks. While many moved their depositors to bigger institutions, bank deposits have been trending downward overall.
Why we're paying extra attention to senior loan officers right now
The recent banking turmoil could further tighten credit conditions and slow down the economy.
So how are consumers feeling about the economy post-SVB?
It may be hard to tell from some data out Friday, which is for February. But we may still get a read on whether consumer sentiment is changing.
SVB’s collapse sends California wineries into a state of uncertainty
More than 400 California wineries borrowed from Silicon Valley Bank. In the aftermath of its collapse, many are wondering what comes next.
Who are bank examiners, and what do they do?
Examiners are the government employees who monitor a bank’s safety and soundness. What happened in the case of Silicon Valley Bank?