Analysis, Markets

Liquidity risk looms large for US banks

By Blake Evans-Pritchard
Liquidity risk
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For decades, troubled banks have been reluctant to turn to the Fed for help for fear of sending the wrong message to the markets on liquidity risk. But with uninsured deposits at an all-time high, solving this problem may be more urgent than ever.

Last May the Federal ...

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