Posted by on May 27, 2023 7:45 am
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BANKS BAILED OUT

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BANKS BAILED OUT

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Full Indicator Record

Indicator Historical Trend
1,1,2,5,2,1
Today
2020-03-19
Grade Date Headline Source
LOW 23 Jul 2023 Emergency Bank Bailout Facility Usage Remains at Record Highs; Fed 'QT' Accelerates [ZeroHedge]
SHTF 24 Mar 2023 Banks Are Still Drawing on the Fed for $164B of Emergency Cash [Yahoo]
SHTF 17 Mar 2023 Treasury Secretary says refunds of uninsured deposits are not for every failing bank but only those posing 'systemic risk' [CNBC]
SHTF 17 Mar 2023 Banks Borrow $165B from Fed in Rush to Backstop Liquidity [Yahoo]
SHTF 13 Mar 2023 Federal Reserve Board Announces BTFP [Federal Reserve]
SHTF 13 Mar 2023 SVB Depositors Will Get 'All of Their Money' Says Fed, Treasury and FDIC [MarketWatch]
SHTF 13 Mar 2023 Fed's New 'Bank Term Funding Program' Shields Banks from $300 Billion of Losses [Yahoo]
SHTF 13 Mar 2023 First Republic Bank bailed out by Fed and JPMorgan Chase [AP]
SHTF 13 Mar 2023 SVB, Signature Bank Depositors to Get All Their Money as Fed Moves to Stem Crisis [WSJ]
SHTF 12 Mar 2023 Fed, Treasury, and FDIC Announce Another Banking System Bailout [ZeroHedge]
LOW 12 Mar 2023 Treasury Secretary appears to rule out Federal bailout for Silicon Valley Bank [Washington Examiner]
LOW 19 Mar 2020 Consumers Face a Massive Credit Crunch. Lenders Are 'Still Figuring out What to Do' [WSJ]