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Weathering the storm? how community banks are managing tough times


  • Brye Steeves


Community banks are experiencing problems along with the rest of the industry, but balance sheets of many community banks are still strong. Sticking to their fundamentals helps during turmoil.

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  • Brye Steeves, 2009. "Weathering the storm? how community banks are managing tough times," TEN, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, issue Sum, pages 14-19.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedkte:y:2009:i:sum:p:14-19

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