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Auditing and bank capital regulation

Economic Quarterly , Volume 90 , Issue Fall , Pages 47-63

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Nonbank activities of Fifth District bank holding companies

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Economic Review , Volume 65 , Issue Nov , Pages 2-9

Conference Paper
Interstate obstacles to commerce


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How financial firms manage risk

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Causes of the recent increase in bank security holdings

While bank security holdings have increased sharply in recent years, there is widespread disagreement about the significance of the increase. Some analysts argue that the increase is not a cause for concern because it results from temporary factors such as the business cycle. Others argue that the increase represents a permanent shift in bank portfolio preferences from loans to securities, which could cause banks to look more like mutual funds. If the latter view is true, small firms that rely on banks for credit may be unable to fund new investment. Moreover, monetary policy may be less able ...
Economic Review , Volume 79 , Issue Q II , Pages 45-57

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Banking conditions in the Tenth District

Financial Industry Perspectives

Local banking markets and the relation between structure, prices, and nonprices in rural areas

Although many studies have investigated the relationship between market structure and the prices of bank services, most have been concerned with metropolitan areas. These studies generally have used bank balance sheet and income statement ratios as bank conduct proxies. Moreover, prior studies have approximated local banking markets with county or SMSA boundaries. ; This study develops a methodology for delineating the geographic boundaries of local banking markets through the use of secondary economic and demographic data. This methodology is utilized to delineate rural banking markets in ...
Staff Report , Paper 11

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The decline of traditional banking: implications for financial stability and regulatory policy

In recent years, the traditional business of banks--making long-term loans and funding them by issuing short--dated deposits-has declined. This development has raised concerns that more banks will fail or be forced to assume greater risk to remain profitable. This article first examines the economic forces responsible for banks' reduced role in financial intermediation. The authors then consider whether banks may be jeopardizing the stability of the financial system by extending riskier loans or engaging in derivatives dealing and other "nontraditional" financial activities that bring ...
Economic Policy Review , Volume 1 , Issue Jul , Pages 27-45

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Benefits of expanded bank powers for community banks

Proceedings , Paper 150



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