11/10/2011

Columnist Paul Davis explains why most major banks are not too concerned about customers who have or are planning to withdraw their funds. "The brutal truth is that the banking industry has more deposits than it can realistically handle," Davis writes. "Good loan opportunities are hard to come by, investing in long-term bonds and munis remains a risky proposition, and many bankers are intimidated about testing the waters by buying corporate notes."

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