A few things everyone should know about banks today

York, James
November 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);11/10/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 45, p30
The author comments on the impact of the current economic crisis in the U.S. on the banking industry. The author offers an overview of the changes introduced by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on deposit account insurance limits. The author explains why the government bailout for financial institutions is necessary. The author discusses the status of the commercial real estate construction market and the gaming industry in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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