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Got Capital? Banks Will Have to Prove It

Under a newly proposed rule, the largest U.S. banks will have to prove that they have enough cash set aside for business operations up to a year to lower liquidity risk among the institutions to reduce the chances of yet another crash.

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Minneapolis Fed To End ‘Too Big To Fail’

Minneapolis Fed president Neel Kashkari said that while he still believes some major banks are indeed too big to let die, TBTF itself runs the risk of laying the burden of financial risk back in the laps of taxpayers.

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Morgan Stanley’s Profits Take a Massive Hit

According to the release of the investment banking firm’s Q1 earnings statement on Monday, citing market volatility during the first quarter, Morgan Stanley reported a net income decline of more than 50 percent year-over-year.

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The Silent Crisis Among Banks

Trouble is quietly brewing among the largest U.S. financial institutions. Recent earnings statements have shown a dip in profits due loan losses, increased reserves in the oil and gas sectors, and declines in investment banking revenue and profits.

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