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Fed’s New Backstop Shields Banks From $300 Billion Of Losses

  • US authorities took extraordinary measures to shore up confidence in the financial system after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, introducing a new backstop for banks that Federal Reserve officials said was big enough to protect the entire nation’s deposits.
  • The Sunday announcement by the Treasury Department, Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. followed a frantic weekend that saw the surprise closure of New York’s Signature Bank along with mounting concerns about spillover effects to other regional lenders and the wider economy.
  • Regulators acted on a number of fronts to contain the potential fallout.
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