Visualizing USA Bank Failures from 2000 to Today
Taken from FDIC data, this is an impressive graphical representation of bank failures by number of banks and their asset size.
The number of circles are the number of failed banks. The relative size of each circle represents the bank’s dollar assets (the bigger the circle, the bigger the bank).
Clearly, many banks failed as a result of the 2008-2012 Great Financial Crisis. Yet, most were relative small banks.
Looking at today, banks failures so far this year are few but much larger in dollar assets held.
The bailouts this time around will be massive, and cause more persistent inflation. Which will cause the FED to raise interest rates. Which is what’s causing today’s bank failures to begin with.
Will First Republic be the next big circle? What a mess.
It’s such a wonderful Fiat Currency Debt System we have… the time for an alternative GCR grows ever nearer.
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