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Current trends at New England banks

New England Banking Trends , Issue Win , Pages 6-8

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Are consumer delinquencies a problem for New England banks?

New England Banking Trends , Issue Spr , Pages 3-5

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International activity at New England banks

New England Banking Trends , Issue Win , Pages 3-5

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Trends in mortgage delinquencies at New England banks

New England Banking Trends , Issue Sum , Pages 3-5

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Lessons from a laissez-faire payments system: the Suffolk Banking System, 1825-58

Review , Issue May , Pages 105-116

Journal Article
The credit crunch

Regional Review , Issue Win , Pages 14-20

Conference Paper
The New England credit crunch

Proceedings , Paper 371

Working Paper
The role of real estate in the New England credit crunch

Banks, particularly in New England, have experienced major losses of capital as a result of their exposure to risky real estate loans. These losses, accompanied by strict enforcement of capital regulations, have caused banks to shrink their assets in an attempt to improve their capital/asset ratios. Poorly capitalized banks have contracted their real estate loans much more than their better-capitalized peers. In New England, which experienced widespread shocks to bank capital, credit availability for real estate is being constrained by capital-impaired lenders.
Working Papers , Paper 92-4

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Terminations of formal regulatory actions at New England banks

New England Banking Trends , Issue Win , Pages 3-5

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New England banks and the Texas experience

New England banks are currently suffering from problems similar to those that caused the demise of many Texas banks. In both cases, a boom in the real-estate sector was followed by a sharp contraction caused by weakness in the leading sectors of the economy. In both cases, banks had greatly expanded their real-estate lending, and the declining real-estate prices produced substantial loan losses. ; This study suggests, however, that these similarities do not imply that New England will go on to repeat the Texas experience. The author finds that New England does not suffer from construction ...
New England Economic Review , Issue Sep , Pages 55-62

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