Desperate for capital, the FDIC backs away from tougher rules governing private equity purchases of bailed U.S. banks

Desperate for capital, the FDIC backs away from tougher rules governing private equity purchases of bailed U.S. banks

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Desperate for capital, the FDIC backs away from tougher rules governing private equity purchases of bailed U.S. banks

Desperate for capital, the FDIC backs away from tougher rules governing private equity purchases of bailed U.S. banks
NEWS— The FDIC currently insures bank depositors up to $250,000 – up from $100,000 prior to the financial crisis. So far this year, 81 banks have failed, c (News Opinion)

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