22 Mar What are the red flags that a bank is in trouble?
Paying interest rates that are abnormally high compared to everyone else’s could be a red flag that the bank is having liquidity issues. Asset quality issues will appear if the bank’s past due loans and non-accruals are higher than the norm. Some other red flags include: if a bank has a concentration in brokered deposits, if the bank is not profitable, or if the value of the bank’s stock is plunging.
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