Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is a United States government corporation that provides deposit insurance, which guarantees the safety of deposits in member banks.The FDIC also monitors certain financial institutions for safety and soundness, performs certain consumer-protection functions and manages failed banks.

Quarterly Banking Profile Report

Last Updated: Dec 13, 2017, 11:56 EST    Next Release: N/A

Provides aggregate data for all FDIC insured institutions for each quarter

Major Indicators from this Report Period Value Chg Prev
US Banks Commercial and Industrial Loans Q3 2017 1.989T USD 0.33%
US Banks Common Stock Q3 2017 42.74B USD -1.29%
US Banks Credit Card Loans Q3 2017 795.39B USD 2.01%
US Banks Credit Exposures Q3 2017 469.91M USD 333.3%
US Banks Home Equity Lines of Credit Q3 2017 417.29B USD -1.59%
US Banks Mortgage-backed Securities Q3 2017 2.117T USD 2.15%
US Banks Multifamily Residential Real Estate Loans Q3 2017 400.14B USD 0.42%
US Banks Net Interest Income Q3 2017 127.50B USD 3.34%
US Banks Noninterest-bearing Deposits Q3 2017 3.240T USD -0.13%
US Banks Securities Gains Q3 2017 825.33M USD 6.92%
US Banks Surplus Capital Q3 2017 1.235T USD 0.52%
US Banks Total Assets Q3 2017 17.24T USD 0.99%
US Banks Total Bank Equity Capital Q3 2017 1.950T USD 0.84%
US Banks Total Interest Expense Q3 2017 19.83B USD 15.38%
US Banks Total Liabilities Q3 2017 15.28T USD 1.01%



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