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Little Light at the End of FDIC's Long Tunnel - C and BAC are not on the FDIC’s list because they have received hundreds of billions of dollars of government support. Adding them to it would multiply total problem assets 10 times, to $3 trillion.

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In total, FDIC estimates the banking sector is wrestling with $332 billion worth of loans and leases on which borrowers have stopped making payments. That excludes hundreds of billions worth of underwater loans that may be current now but will ultimately default. Many banks, including the largest ones, are likely to struggle for some time.

And that’s the bigger story here. Citigroup (C) and Bank of America (BAC) have received hundreds of billions of dollars of government support, but, precisely because of that support, they’re not on the FDIC’s list. Adding them to it would multiply total problem assets 10 times, to $3 trillion.
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