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Trying to explain the bank runs? The "takeconomy" might deserve some of the blame.
Many factors led to Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, but content creator Kyla Scanlon says "social media risk" accelerated the slide.
Behind SVB's collapse were a whole lot of texts on messaging groups
Chatter among the bank's depositors on social media and texting groups may have exacerbated its demise.
Bank rules rollback contributed to SVB's failure, critics say
The rollback of Dodd-Frank reforms exempted many of the country's largest banks from stricter regulations put in place after 2008.
Banks will pay the cost of SVB's collapse, and maybe that's "how it should be"
As the government moved to backstop depositors affected by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, surviving banks will end up footing the costs, says Laurie Stewart at Sound Community Bank in Seattle.
Silicon Valley Bank is seized by U.S. after historic failure
The bank's failure arrived with incredible speed, with some industry analysts on Friday suggesting it was still likely a wise investment.
It's going to be a long weekend for Cyprus
The European Central Bank has given the small island nation until Monday to agree on a new plan to raise billions of dollars and avoid bankruptcy.
Could the Cyprus deposit tax lead to a bank run?
Bank runs become a problem because banks don’t actually have a lot of money in the bank. Your deposit, to a bank, is a loan -- and most of that money gets lent out again.
Why a bank run is bad
A bank run occurs when customers run down to the bank and demand their money back. So, why can't the bank just return the cash? Sr. Producer Paddy Hirsch explains using a human heart analogy.