FDIC to Postpone Premium Boost Amid Uncertainty

Adler, Joe
June 2010
American Banker;6/23/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 96, p3
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The article reports that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) announced it would delay a scheduled raise in the insurance premiums it charges banks. The FDIC said the postponement was due to an uncertain economic forecast for the U.S. and to await the finalization of banking and finance legislation in the U.S. Congress.


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