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Smaller banks keep a close watch over their liquidity
One concern: People will put their money in a bigger bank. But there's a good reason to leave it in smaller institution, one banker says.
The banking crisis: What you actually need to know
Even if you don’t bank with Silicon Valley Bank or Signature Bank, the fallout from their collapse has probably grabbed your attention.
What is "duration risk"? (And how did it get Silicon Valley Bank into trouble?)
Investing in long-term government bonds and mortgage-backed securities hurt the bank as interest rates rose and bond prices plummeted.
Banks working on rescue plan for First Republic, AP sources say
A group of Wall Street banks is planning a rescue package of around $30 billion for First Republic Bank, sources told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Peers not lining up to buy Silicon Valley Bank's problems. Neither are the giants.
SVB has a "$15 billion hole," says Semafor’s Liz Hoffman. Banks big enough to take on the challenge were initially not invited to bid.
Regional banks rush to reassure customers after SVB failure
They're letting depositors know that their money is safe and highlighting differences between their banks and the ones that failed.
Regional banks under scrutiny: What makes them different?
The failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank has put a spotlight on the stability of regional banks.
Federal bank regulators are getting most of the attention, but states oversee banks too
The feds didn’t take possession of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. That was up to state regulators in California and New York.
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.
Bank failures add another dose of anxiety to uncertain economy
Viral terms like "bank run" do not help when we're already looking at high prices, rising interest rates and big layoffs in tech.