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FDIC Failed Banks and FDIC Bank Watch List
List of FDIC Failed Banks - The FDIC Failed Banks List, updated Real-time on Friday afternoon, when the FDIC seem to always close banks.
List of FDIC Failed Banks for 2010 with Texas Ratios - an interesting statistic added to the above List with some analysis. - NEW as of 6/4/10
Texas Ratio and Analysis of Weakest Banks and Troubled Banks - the next best substitute for the "FDIC Bank Watch List" and a good warning indicator to identify troubled banks and compare unhealthy banks. - NEW as of 5/28/10
REO Listings and Bank Owned Properties - A directory of free Bank REO listings websites for all major Banks, Lenders and Government Agencies.
Bankrate.com Financial Institution Ratings - Free bank ratings for safety and soundness ratings on banks, credit unions and thrifts. Search and sort by size and rating score. Find the weakest or strongest financial institutions. This is a free bank safety ratings site.
Bank Loan Portfolio Analysis - Excellent interactive tool to compare bank loan portfolio defaults rates for all major US banks. Compiles data directly from the FDIC. Loan Portfolio default data is updated quarterly after banks file their required financial statements with the FDIC. Trial subscription available.
FDIC Banking Data - The
FDIC, a free source for all detailed banking data, reports, charts,
banking analysis and banking research.
FDIC Bank Stress Test Results:
May 7, 2009 Results from the Federal Reserve Bank Stress Tests - this 38 page report covers the largest 19 US banks and bank holding companies.
Including: American Express, Bank of America, BB&T, Bank of New York Mellon, Capital One, Citibank, Fifth Third, GMAC, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, KeyCorp, Metlife, Morgan Stanley, PNC, Regions, State Street, SunTrust, USB, Wells Fargo.
FDIC Bank Watch-List
The FDIC does not publish its, FDIC Bank Watch-List, the troubled bank list is kept internal, for fear that if released, everyone would pull their money out of the troubled banks and they would very quickly have to be closed by the FDIC. The above free tools and resources can be used to analyze banks and create your own bank watchlist and analyze the strength of your bank accounts.
These two links are not intended to represent the FDIC Bank Watch List, but show some interesting characteristics on the top 25 largest US banks and default rates in their loan portfolios.
Bank Ratings Companies
The companies below are private ratings firms which also provide bank safety ratings and analysis. These bank ratings companies spent a lot of time analyzing bank data and most charge a fee for this valuable information.