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Separating the likelihood and timing of bank failure

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 93-2

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Empirically assessing the role of moral hazard in increasing the risk exposure of Texas banks

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 90-4

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Early warning models in real time

Each quarter, banks file a call report, or Report of Condition and Income, containing hundreds of accounting items pertaining to their financial condition. Because call reports are filed quarterly, whereas banks are typically examined about once every twelve to eighteen months, statistical early warning models using call report data potentially provide a more up-to-date picture of a bank's condition than on-site exams alone. Often neglected, however, is the fact that call report data are subject to revision. We find evidence of a strong relationship between on-site exams and call report ...
Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 00-01

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Payments-related intraday credit differentials and the emergence of a vehicle currency

The U.S. dollar serves as a vehicle currency or medium of exchange in the global foreign exchange markets. After reviewing some of the existing theories on vehicle currencies, the hypothesis put forth is that the dollar's role is linked to the relatively low cost of payments-related intraday credit available to payment system participants. Differences in the types of measures used by payment system operators to reduce settlement and systemic risk in the payment system give rise to liquidity differentials between currencies. ; After reviewing the types of intraday credit facilities extended to ...
Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 97-3

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Excess returns and sources of value in FSLIC-assisted acquisitions of troubled thrifts

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 89-1

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Insolvency versus closure: why the regulatory delay in closing troubled thrifts?

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 90-2

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Changing channels of monetary transmission: evidence from the home mortgage market

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 94-4

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Bank acquisition determinants: implications for small business credit

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 97-2

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The determinants of the wealth effects of banks' expanded securities powers

After several unsuccessful attempts by Congress to repeal Glass-Steagall restrictions on banks, the Federal Reserve more than doubled the revenue that commercial banking organizations' securities subsidiaries may earn from certain securities activities. The wealth effects associated with this event for a sample of publicly traded banking organizations are examined. We find evidence that indicates the revenue limit resulted in a less-than-optimal mix of activities for securities subsidiaries. However, subsequent merger activity that could have been generated by the revenue increase was not ...
Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 99-1

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Agency conflicts and thrift resolution costs

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 90-3

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