U.S., closed seven other banks

The FDIC , the banking supervisory authorities in the U.S., has announced that it has closed seven other banks.
The banks, all of small size, the John Warner Bank, First State Bank of Winchester, the Rock River Bank, the Elizabeth State Bank, First National Bank of Danville, Millennium State Bank of Texas, Founders Bank.
The largest of these banks was the Founders Bank with assets of $ 962.5 million of which 848.9 million in deposits.
The list of failed U.S. banks, as of October 1, 2000, is available on this page.
With these seven the total number of U.S. banks failed from the beginning of the year reaches 52. In late May, had closed 36 banks since the beginning of the year . In 2008 there were 25 failed banks. According to a report of a report by RBC Capital Markets announced in February this year within the next three to five years are about a thousand credit institutions of the United States who are at risk of failing.

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