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The Hole in the FDIC

• The Big Picture
 From almost $60 billion last fall, the FDIC’s reserves have been drawn down to only about $10 billion today (after
set-asides), a 16-year low. A quick look at the FDIC’s own data shows us howinadequate those reserves are compared to the deposits they are now insuring.

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