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FDIC Banking Review
2004 Volume 16, Nos. 1 and 2
The Future of Banking in America
This paper summarizes the 16 papers that constitute the future of banking study, and finds that the industry has favorable prospects for the years immediately ahead. The paper concludes with a discussion of possible events that might alter this outcome.
The Evolving Role of Commercial Banks in U.S. Credit Markets (286kb) | HTML
The author examines 50 years of Flow of Funds Accounts (FFA) quarterly data to assess the significance of commercial banks in the provision of credit in the United States.
The Effect on U.S. Banking of Payment System Changes (118kb) | HTML
The author discusses the major payments methods with emphasis on the major interbank networks and their implications for banks and the regulatory community.
Banking Review - 2004 - Vol. 16 No. 1 & 2, Full Edition
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