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Is federal home loan bank funding a risky business for the FDIC?

Dusan Stojanovic, Mark D. Vaughan and Timothy J. Yeager

The Regional Economist, 2000, issue Oct, 4-9

Abstract: Easy access to FHLB funds has helped community banks stay afloat in today's competitive markets, but could pose a risk to the FDIC's insurance fund.

Keywords: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Federal home loan banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2000
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