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FDIC State Profiles

Posted By Jim On 06/29/2005 @ 8:01 am In The Home | No Comments

Every quarter, the FDIC analyzes each state and produces a state profile [3] that summarizes the state of banking and the economy in the state. This is important in these times because a housing boom supported by an increase in income and jobs is one that can be sustained. A housing boom supported by speculators and investors stands a higher likelihood of crashing. Be sure to read your own state along with California [4], where the housing market is ridiculous, and Texas [5], which hasn’t been a part of the housing boom, for a comparison.

Much thanks to Calculated Risk [6] for blogging about the FDIC’s reports.


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[3] FDIC analyzes each state and produces a state profile: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/analytical/stateprofile/

[4] California: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/analytical/stateprofile/SanFrancisco/Ca/CA.xml.html

[5] Texas: http://www.fdic.gov/bank/analytical/stateprofile/Dallas/tx/TX.xml.html

[6] Calculated Risk: http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2005/06/housing-fdic-and-california.html

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