Bank capital ratios, asset growth, and the stock market
Richard Cantor () and
Quarterly Review, 1992, vol. 17, issue Aut, 10-24
In recent quarters, the capital strength of the U.S. banking system has been improving rapidly in response to both regulatory pressures and business incentives. This article examines the different methods by which individual bank holding companies have increased their capital ratios and the relative rewards garnered by these strategies in the stock market.
Keywords: Bank capital; Stock market; Bank holding companies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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